Archive for 19 junio 2012

Fidel el sabio.

junio 19, 2012
“Están las condiciones creadas para que el país comience a producir masivamente Moringa Oleífera y Morera, que son además fuentes inagotables de carne, huevo y leche, (y) fibras de Seda que se hilan artesanalmente”, escribió Castro en el texto divulgado en la web oficial Cubadebate. 

Este nuevo “miniartículo” de Fidel Castro añade que esas plantas “ son capaces de suministrar trabajo a la sombra… 

Fuente: El Nuevo Herald, EFE, June 18, 2012. 
 
A estas alturas Fidel continúa con sus delirios de alcanzar resultados mesiánicos en las cosas que a él “sabiamente” se le ocurre. Y nada de trabajar duro bajo el sol, como en el cultivo y cosecha de la caña de azucar. La panacea de la Moringa y Morera permite hacer el trabajo a la sombra de esos árboles.
 
Realmente no tiene pudor, un nuevo “cuento de camino,” despues de todas las promesas incumplidas en más de 50 años, como producir mas leche que Suiza, y todas sus otras sandeces.
 
He actualizado un artículo publicado por mi en Intrepid Medio, Work Ethics in Cuba, como se muestra a continuación:
 
Castro got a taste of what working means on some occasions in which he led voluntary work mobilizations to encourage the Cuban people to do more on top of their regular jobs.  Early in his governing years, Castro was televised “working” as he cut sugarcane during voluntary work promotional gimmicks.  
 
As a reaction to what he found in the hard work of sugarcane harvesting, he came up with some ideas.  Castro said in speeches that his government would import and manufacture sugarcane cutting machines.  He also promised to have tractors with air conditioning.  He could not envision himself, and consequently anyone else, doing the hard work of sugarcane harvesting.  Castro possesses a messianic approach as he offers solutions to problems.  Over the years, he has conjured grandiose economic schemes announced to the Cuban people with very little accomplishments at the time of delivery.
 
Castro continues to these days in 2012 with his delirious plans. In an article published by Cuban official website Cubadebate, he wrote about growing Moringa and Morera trees in Cuba. He indicated that these plants would allow an inexhaustible source of meats, eggs, milk and silk fibers… and that this farming work would take place in the shade of these trees…  Source: El Nuevo Herald, EFE, June 18, 2012. (Translation.)
 
Aside from this formulation of one more messianic approach to resolving the foodstuff farming failures brougth about by their Communist centralized economy, it should be noted his obsession with avoiding hard work in farming by emphasizing that the required jobs would be performed “in the shade of these trees.”
Work Ethics in Cuba is an article published by Intrepid Media. Click or opy and paste to your browser the following link to read it:
 
 http://www.intrepidmedia.com/editcolumn.asp?action=edit&id=4180