Havana, Cuba (IPP) - Fidel Castro is responsible for turning what was once known as the Pearl of the Caribbean into the Turd of the Caribbean. He has acknowledged this and is asking that the world ignore his recent list of 300 good ideas on everything from the environment to politics.
Thousands of desperate folks a year attempt to leave his island aboard leaky inner tubes and must face being eaten by sharks or drowned by the rough seas between Cuba and Florida. Common sense dictates that since this type of immigration does not occur from the USA nor England that something must be very wrong with the results of Fidel's revolution.
Forbes reported a while back that Castro is worth over a billion dollars. Meanwhile his people are starving to death and native Cubans are not allowed to mingle nor make contact with naive tourists who visit parts of the Island conveniently picked out for them by the government so they never see the rest of the dilapidated island.
Castro's wealth proves that his phony revolution was just another cover for a common tin horn dictator who is no different from the other thieves posing as Latin American leaders who have robbed their own people blind over the years.
His failure to do even one thing right or to accomplish anything positive makes his attempt to give his advice and opinion on 300 different subjects a living proof that he suffers from the Napoleon complex. The Napoleon complex does not mean that a person believes he is Napoleon. Napoleon looked upon himself as being a great general and thought this made him good at other things - like opera.
William Shatner also suffers from the Napoleon complex in that he thought of himself as a great actor and then went on to sing the songs of famous rock bands and did so poorly. Many Hollywood types think their "greatness" in the field of acting makes them great in the political arena also - look no further than Ronald Raygun who starred as Gonzo or Bonzo or whatever in a grade B or C movie and then went on to become a grade B or C president.