PINAR DEL RIO


support babalú


Your donations help fund
our continued operation

do you babalú?

what they’re saying


bestlatinosmall.jpg

quotes.gif

activism


ozt_bilingual


buclbanner

recommended reading





babalú features





recent comments


  • asombra: I find the Marilyn Monroe “Happy birthday, Mr. President” thing not only cheesy but infra dig–and I mean the...

  • asombra: Bundy may well have been aggressive, but hardly brilliant. Just another puffed-up asshole in love with his presumed cleverness...

  • asombra: You know the drill, Carlos. Just a cultural difference. Move along.

  • asombra: If Smith were as suave as James Bond, he’d still be a POS.

  • asombra: Ventura Machado (right front), Cuba’s Joe Biden, might as well be a taxidermy specimen or a wax figure–though he...

search babalu

babalú archives

frequent topics


elsewhere on the net



realclearworld

The Cubanization of Venezuela: Cuban intelligence sets up to monitor opposition in Venezuela

The intelligence operation of the Castro dictatorship has set up shop in Venezuela to monitor the opposition and ensure that country's continued Cubanization.

Via Café Fuerte (my translation):

Cuban intelligence official on the trail of opposition members in Venezuela
http://cafefuerte.com/images/stories/2013/julio/fuertetiuna-display.jpg

Fuerte Tiuna, base of operations for agent Noel in Caracas.

Cuban intelligence has opened a new base of operations in Venezuela to monitor the "enemies of the Bolivarian Revolution."

On June 1st, Agent Noel of Cuban State Security arrived in Venezuela  along with 200 cadets sent with him who had just graduated from the Interior Minitry's (MININT) "Eliseo Reyes, Capitan San Luis" school in Havana.

"Noel" is none other than Colonel Nelson Dominguez Morera, Intelligence Chief for MININT with vast intelligence gathering experience. A close friend of Major Manuel "Red Beard" Piñeiro, "Noel" was the case officer for agent "Neron," Nicolas Alberto Sirgado Ros, who infiltrated the CIA and spied on the agency for more than a decade.

The new mission for "Noel" is to monitor "up close" every step of Venezuelans labeled as important members of the opposition by the regime of Nicolas Maduro, and his subordinates are already in action on the streets of Venezuela.

Continue reading (in Spanish) HERE.

3 comments to The Cubanization of Venezuela: Cuban intelligence sets up to monitor opposition in Venezuela