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Fidel Castro to appear on television to talk nuclear war theory

By Andrew Moran     Jul 12, 2010 in World
Havana - Former Cuban President Fidel Castro recently wrote about his belief that the world is on the verge of a nuclear war and that it could break out very soon. Castro will appear on Cuban television for the first time in years on Monday.
The state-run newspaper Granma said on Monday, according to CNN International, that Castro will appear on Cuban radio and television to discuss his theory of a possible nuclear war in the near future. This will mark the second time in less than a week that he has made a public appearance.
Reuters reports that the purpose of his published columns is to warn the international community of its catastrophic consequences of its policy decisions and also to “warn international public opinion of what was occurring.”
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro noted last week in his writing “The Impossible Happiness” that he sees a nuclear war breaking out very soon in a confrontation with the United States, Israel and Iran, according to Global Crisis News. Castro even stated that one could break out before the World Cup finals match.
“What are the Israeli warships doing for the first time in the Persian Gulf, the Straits of Hormuz and the maritime areas of Iran?” questioned Castro. “The empire is about to commit a priceless error and nothing can stop it.”
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