“Let’s Shake on it!” (Raul Castro and the CIA’s Robert Weicha)
According to a CNN report by Jake Tapper the CIA and the U.S. State Department may have been trying to supply Syrian jihadists with Libyan arms from Benghazi when the operation blew up in their face last September.
“I think it is a form of a cover-up, and I think it’s an attempt to push it under the rug, and I think the American people are feeling the same way,” says (Republican) Congressman Frank Wolf who represents the district that contains CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia about the Benghazi attack. “We should have the people who were on the (Benghazi) scene come in, testify under oath, do it publicly, and lay it out. And there really isn’t any national security issue involved with regards to that.”
Indeed. And something very similar happened two years after the State Department and CIA’s darlings took power in Cuba and quickly converted the island into a Soviet satrapy and armory, and playground for Che Guevara’s KGB-mentored firing squads.
Senator DODD. “Well, would you say that these things that occurred also showed that the State Dept. was anxious to replace Batista with Castro?
(Former U.S. Amb. To Cuba) GARDNER. “I think they were.”
“Without U.S. help Fidel Castro would never have gotten into power,” flatly testified former U.S. Ambassador to Cuba, Earl T. Smith during Congressional testimony in 1960.
“Everyone in the CIA and everyone at State was pro-Castro, except (Republican) ambassador Earl Smith.” (CIA operative in Santiago Cuba 1957’59, Robert Weicha.)
Che Guevara and Fidel Castro broadcast their Pattonesque military triumphs over “Radio Rebelde.” This sophisticated radio equipment was in fact smuggled into Cuba and presented to Raul Castro by the CIA!
Sounds insane, I know. But full documentation appears in a spanking new book.
Our friends at Townhall help disseminate some historical items requete-well-known within Miami-Dade, but shocking to those outside despite thorough documentation.