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  • That is, they did not offer much except a well rehearsed Castroist rant and personal attacks on anything that does not think like the ideology in power.

    Chavez takes a personal role in Venezuela censorship

  • Calling them Leninist/Marxist/Stalinist/Castroist doesn't change that fact.

    The Peace March.

  • One consists of those leaders and movements that spring from a communist, socialist or Castroist past, and who precisely because of these radical origins have been able to reconstruct themselves.

    Latin America's Two Left Wings

  • The logical reaction of the politicians to this obvious fact should be to take determined political action against the Castroist revolutionary activities.

    STATEMENTS BY CASTRO AT PRIME MINISTER OF THE RE

  • As we saw with their actions last year toward a pro-life group on campus, the Central Student Association will not allow any opinions in contrast to their Castroist agenda.

    The Torch

  • As we saw with their actions last year toward a pro-life group on campus, the Central Student Association will not allow any opinions in contrast to their Castroist agenda.

    The Torch

  • In a libertarian society people are free to voluntarily pool their money, buy and hold property in common, and as long as all individuals retain the right to join and unjoin at will, they can set up any kind of voluntary Marxist Leninist Maoist Castroist Whateverist collectivist society they want.

    Anarchist news dot org - News for anarchists and their friends

  • Craig was the Castro-directed lawyer for Elian Gonzalez's father Miguel, and his fees were paid by the pan-Castroist National Council of Churches.

    Debbie Schlussel

  • David Davis’ Quixotic decision to force a bye-election on the single issue of the authoritarian state being put in place, piece by piece, by the Castroist tendency in British politics falls like a grenade in our midst.

    Liberty: There is No Finer Cause

  • David Davis’ Quixotic decision to force a bye-election on the single issue of the authoritarian state being put in place, piece by piece, by the Castroist tendency in British politics falls like a grenade in our midst.

    Archive 2008-06-08

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