‘Nation’s most influential foreign-policy think tank’ employs pro-terrorist Castro follower
“The influential Council on Foreign Relations employs a director who thanks convicted terrorist bombers in a book, calls for restrictive gun laws, and has a long history of warm relations with the most extreme elements of the Castro regime.“Humberto Fontova, author of “The Longest Romance: The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro” (Encounter Books), identifies Sweig as a foreign agent of influence and cites testimony from retired Lt. Col. Chris Simmons, a former intelligence officer with the Defense Intelligence Agency, who foiled Castro-backed plots.
Fontova also points to Sweig’s longstanding pro-Castro ties.
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