Have you noticed the strange little article in the UK Telegraph?
“…President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela has said it was unlikely former Cuban President Fidel Castro would take part in a public event ever again, but that the revolutionary idol would live on beyond this “physical life”….”We already know the Fidel that walked the streets and towns at night, looking like a warrior in his uniform, hugging the people, will never be seen again. He will become a memory,” Mr Chavez said on his weekly “Alo Presidente” radio talk show.
He has often visited his friend, 82, where he is receiving medical attention since undergoing gastrointestinal surgery in July 2006. Castro has not been seen in public since handing over power to his brother Raul that same month.
Mr Chavez recalled the last time he saw Castro in public, a few days before he was admitted to hospital in Cordoba, Argentina.
“He escorted me to the aeroplane door. We hugged. How was I to know, my God, it would be the last time!
“But Fidel will live on, like he is alive now and will always live on beyond this physical life. And he must live on, he knows, for years to come. We still need you,” said Mr Chavez….”
So Fidel will never be seen in public again?
This is a strange statement: “But Fidel will live on, like he is alive now and will always live on beyond this physical life….”
Is the Castro death watch back on again?