Communist dictator Fidel Castro, who died on Nov. 25 at age 90, said during a 1994 interview that he expected to “go to Hell” when he died, and that he would meet the Communist leaders Karl Marx, Frederich Engels, and Vladimir Lenin there, as well as capitalists who enjoyed life too much.
“You know, I’ll go to Hell, and I know the heat will be unbearable, but it will be less painful than having expected so much from Heaven, which never kept its promises,” said Castro during an Oct. 27, 1994 Paris Match interview with reporter Jean-Luc Mano. (The interview was translated into English by the Foreign Broadcast Information Service and archived by the Latin American Network Information Center.)
“And also, when I arrive, I will meet Marx, Engels, Lenin,” said Castro, in reference to the two intellectual founders of Communism — Karl Marx and Frederich Engels — and to the revolutionary founder of the Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin.
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