From October 12 to 15, 2010, I had extensive and detailed discussions with Fidel Castro in Havana,
pertaining to the dangers of nuclear war, the global economic crisis and
the nature of the New World Order. These meetings resulted in a
wide-ranging and fruitful interview that will be published shortly by
Global Research and Cuba Debate. The following message by Fidel against
Nuclear War was recorded on October 15. Below is the text of this brief
and forceful message as well the video recording. This important message
is based on Fidel Castro's analysis and understanding of the dangers of
military escalation including the threats (confirmed by statements of
President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton) to use tactical nuclear
weapons on a pre-emptive basis against Iran.
Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, October 21, 2010
Fidel Castro and Michel Chossudovsky, Havana, October 2010
use of nuclear weapons in a new war would mean the end of humanity.
This was candidly foreseen by scientist Albert Einstein who was able to
measure their destructive capability to generate millions of degrees of
heat, which would vaporize everything within a wide radius of action.
This brilliant researcher had promoted the development of this weapon so
that it would not become available to the genocidal Nazi regime.
Each and every government in the world has the obligation to respect the right to life of each and every
nation and of the totality of all the peoples on the planet.
Today there is an imminent risk of war with the use of that kind of weapon and I don’t harbour the least
doubt that an attack by the United States and Israel against the Islamic
Republic of Iran would inevitably evolve towards a global nuclear
The World’s peoples have an obligation to demand of their political leaders their Right to Live.
When the life of humankind, of your people and your most beloved human
beings run such a risk, nobody can afford to be indifferent; not one
minute can be lost in demanding respect for that right; tomorrow will be
Albert Einstein himself stated unmistakably: “I do not know with what weapons World War III will be
fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones”. We
fully comprehend what he wanted to convey, and he was absolutely right,
yet in the wake of a global nuclear war, there wouldn’t be anybody
around to make use of those sticks and stones.
There would be “collateral damage”, as the American political and military leaders always affirm,
to justify the deaths of innocent people.
In a nuclear war the “collateral damage” would be the life of all humanity.
Let us have the courage to proclaim that all nuclear or conventional weapons, everything that is
used to make war, must disappear!