A Message by Fidel Castro against Nuclear War will be Released Tomorrow, October 21

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Fidel Castro y Michel Chossudovsky (derecha). Foto: Estudios Revolución 

Fidel Castro y Michel Chossudovsky Foto: Estudios Revolución

A message by Fidel Castro against nuclear war will be announced tomorrow.

From October 12 to 15, 2010, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro had several extensive and productive meetings with renowned scholar Michel Chossudovsky, Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization and editor of Global Research.

Those meetings resulted in a wide-ranging and fruitful interview that will be published shortly.  A Message by Fidel against Nuclear War was also recorded in a video.

Tomorrow, Thursday, October 21, the websites GlobalResearch (www.globalresearch.ca) and Cubadebate (www.Cubadebate.cu) will publish simultaneously this brief and forceful message calling for World peace and the survival of humankind.

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