Amigos, please read these short items carefully, including the dates. If you conclude that I MUST be plagiarzing from some episode of the Twilight Zone–if you conclude that this CANNOT POSSIBLY BE (!!!) the foreign policy of a man TWICE elected president of the Unites States….well, just follow the links and you’ll discover otherwise.
Testimony from General James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, Washington D.C.Feb 9, 2016:
“The threat from foreign intelligence entities…is persistent, complex, and evolving. Targeting and collection of US political, military, economic, and technical information by foreign intelligence services continues unabated. Russia and China pose the greatest threat, followed by Iran and Cuba…”
Indeed, Gen. Clapper, Castro’s spies are responsible for the deepest and most damaging penetration of the U.S. Defense Dept. in recent history. To wit:
In 2002 KGB-trained Cuban spy Gustavo Machin who worked in the “Cuban Interest Section” (embassy) in Washington D.C. was expelled from the U.S. in relation to the most damaging penetration of the U.S. Department of Defense in recent history. The convicted Cuban spy is named Ana Belen Montes, known as “Castro’s Queen Jewel” in the intelligence community. She was convicted of the same crimes as Ethel and Julius Rosenberg and today she serves a 25-year sentence in Federal prison. Gustavo Machin was believed to be her accomplice in stealing U.S. military secrets for sale to the highest bidders among America’s enemies worldwide. The only thing that saved Montes from frying in the electric chair like the Rosenbergs was a plea bargain. The only thing that saved Gustavo Machin from the same frying was his “diplomatic immunity.”
In 2001 members of a Castro spy ring known as the “Wasp Network,” were convicted in U.S. federal court. Some were sentenced to as much as two life sentences for conspiracy to commit murder. The FBI affidavit against them included:
*Gathering intelligence against the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command in Homestead, Fla.
* Compiling the names, home addresses and medical files of the U.S. Southern Command’s top officers.
Now, Gen. Clapper can you please explain this:
The U.S. military’s Southern Command just ( Jan. 26-29th) held an annual “Caribbean regional security conference” to which KGB-trained senior Cuban spy Gustavo Machin was kindly invited to participate.