Fidel: A Robot Would be the Best Candidate

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Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro said in his latest reflections titled “The Best President for the United States,” that 90 percent of eligible US voters, would rather vote a Robot that would avoid a war that may put an end to our human species on the planet.
Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro said in his latest reflections titled “The Best President for the United States,” that 90 percent of eligible US voters, particularly Hispanics, blacks and the increasing middle class, now impoverished, would rather vote a Robot that would avoid a war that may put an end to our human species on the planet.

Fidel recalls a report by a European news agency about a new electric cable created by Australian researchers, which is 10 thousand times thinner than a human hair and is as good an electric conductor as traditional copper.

Fidel cites statements by project leader Bent Weber, published by Science magazine, as saying that making cable connections at such a microscopic scale will be crucial for the development of future electronic circuits and of super fast computers able to process huge amounts of data in just few seconds.

Fidel said that while considering this unstoppable technological advancement, which should serve the wellbeing of humanity, he recalled his recent writings about global warming and the stepped up exploitation of dangerous schist gas, in a world which is consuming, in just 200 years, the energy accumulated in four billion years.

Then, Fidel said that he recalled (Barack) Obama, for whom, in his desperate efforts for reelection, the dream of Martin Luther King stands at more light years than the distance between the Earth and the nearest habitable planet.

Even worse, he said, any of the Republican candidates that could be elected president or any Tea Party leader bear more nuclear weapons on their shoulders than ideas about peace in their heads. So , the readers can imagine such a powerful quantum machine capable of multiplying by infinite times the data currently collected by modern computers.

Fidel Castro asks: Isn´t it evident that the worst thing is the absence in the White House of a robot, which is able to rule the United States and avoid a war that may put an end to the life of our species? And he concludes:

“I am sure that 90 percent of the registered US voters, particularly the Hispanics, blacks and the increasing middle class, now impoverished, would vote a robot better.”

Taken from Cubasi

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