Justin Trudeau is Fidel Castro's Son?
In a handwritten suicide note left by Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, 68, the eldest son of famed Cuban leader Fidel Castro, he claimed that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was his half-brother, confirming longstanding rumors in Cuba that Fidel Castro fathered Justin Trudeau after a public tryst with Margaret Trudeau in 1970.
“Castro Diaz-Balart, who had been attended by a group of doctors for several months due to a state of profound depression, committed suicide this morning,” according to Cubadebate.
The death of the high-profile government nuclear scientist, also known as “Fidelito”, or Little Fidel, because of how much he looked like his father, stunned the nation, however it is his “explosive” suicide note that has set Havana ablaze.
The note suggests Fidelito was angry with his late father, the revolutionary Cuban dictator. Fidelito wrote that his father was always comparing him to Justin while "dismissing (his)achievements" in scientific development.
While Justin Trudeau could just as easily be the son of Canada’s former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau (they have similar features too), comparison images of Pierre and Fidel suggest there might be some truth to the claim.
Justin's mother Margaret was said to be fond of the Cuban leader, visiting Cuba nine months before Justin was born, with actually photographs of her socializing with Fidel Castro.
According to The Globe And Mail, Pierre Trudeau and his wife Margaret travelled to Havana and became close friends with the Cuban president.
“Pierre Trudeau’s and Fidel Castro’s paths crossed for the first time in 1970,” the Globe reports, before explaining the Trudeaus had such a great time on the Caribbean island that “an enduring friendship between the arch-liberal Pierre Trudeau and the Marxist-revolutionary Fidel Castro” was forged.
Before marrying Prime Minister Trudeau, Margaret was famous in the 1970s for risqué behavior. Known as a poster girl for the “flower child” movement in the early 1970s, embracing the sexual revolution and scorning traditional marriage. Margaret also had problems with drugs, getting caught smuggling drugs in her husband’s luggage while traveling. Her scandalous behavior was too much for Pierre, who ended their tumultuous marriage. He fought her in the courts, won sole custody of the children, and refused to pay any spousal support.