Castro Warns of Nuclear War ‘Breaking Out Very Soon’
The ex President of Cuba, Fidel Castro noted in his recent writings titled “The impossible happiness,” that a confrontation with the United States and Israel against Iran will unleash a “catastrophic” nuclear war.
Castro questioned the presence of warships in the Persian Gulf, asking “What are the Israeli warships doing for the first time in the Persian Gulf, the Straits of Hormuz and the maritime areas of Iran?”
“The empire is about to commit a priceless error and nothing can stop it.” referring to the growing buildup of military force around Iran.
Castro sees the conflict between the U.S. and Iran as a dangerous corssroad where “neither parts will cede,”
The ex-Cuban leader discusses the possibility of nuclear war breaking out “before the World Cup finals.” and concludes his letter addressing the “poor people of the world,” who have no fault in this “collosal mess created by imperialism”, “we have no alternative than to confront the consequences of the catastrophic nuclear war which will break out very shortly.
Fidel Castro has been away from public life since 2006 when an illness led him to cede power to his brother Raul.
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