A crash course on Fidel Castro’s history of terrorism for those who still wonder why Cuba’s dictatorship remains on the U.S. State Department list of State Sponsors of Terrorism.
Is Fidel Castro a Terrorist?
In response to its continued designation as a “sponsor-of-terrorism” by the U.S. Department of State, the Castro regime has stated:
“The territory of Cuba has never been used and never will be to harbor terrorists of any origin, nor to organize, finance or perpetrate acts of terrorism against any country in the world, including the United States.”
This is an obvious lie, which is a good reminder of the lack of credibility of Cuba’s dictatorship.
But no one knows a terrorist better than another terrorist.
Asked about civilians who lost their lives in his attacks, he said:
“There were very few. I calculated that they were fewer than 10 percent. So out of 1,500 – 2,000 killed, there were not more than 200 civilian victims.”
Asked about his crimes, Carlos said his crimes were “minor” and stated:
“Fidel Castro killed more people.”
Moreover, Castro himself in one of his arrogant tirades (below) warned the world of his terrorist prowess: