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realclearworld

‘We DON’T negotiate with Terrorists!” (Oh,Really?)

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It's been going on since the Eisenhower administration, amigos.....what a JOKE!

Above we see evidence of Castro's Julio 26 Movement's urban terror in Cuba (bombs in public places, some placed by teen-aged female suicide bombers--decades before Al Qaeda caught on.)

Below that we see the CIA's Robert Weicha in June 1958 "negotiating" (i.e. submitting to blackmail by) with the terrorist Julio 26 Movement's Raul Castro, who had recently kidnapped 47 U.S. citizens from Moa Nickel and Gitmo to use as human shields against Batista's Air force. This is how Fidel, Raul and Che thanked the CIA for providing them with the state of the art equipt. that became their invaluable Radio Rebelde.

During the "negotiations" the crackerjack CIA negotiators groveled in front of the terrorist Julio 26 movement's every demand. A few months later the terrorist Julio 26 movement pulled off the fist airplane hijackings in the Western hemisphere...But no matter, the U.S. State Dept. and CIA continued in the terrorist Julio 26 Movement's pocket.

“Me and my staff were all Fidelistas,” Robert Reynolds, the CIA’s “Caribbean Desk’s specialist on the Cuban Revolution” from 1957-1960.)

("Bueno y alguien por favor me pudiera explicar que carajo importancia tienen estos hechos hoy en dia? NINGUNA!...Es que a este Fontova simplemente: le encanta JODER!!!")

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