Cuba proves once again it is a threat to the U.S.

The “Cuba Experts” will shamelessly tell you that the Castro dictatorship in Cuba is completely harmless and no threat whatsoever to the U.S. and for that reason, they assure us, they should be removed from the State Department’s list of State Sponsors of Terror. Why wouldn’t they? It’s their job.

Reality, however, tells a different story.

Via Venezuela’s EL UNIVERSAL:

WikiLeaks: Cuban spies support Chávez’s regime

Cuban spies with direct access to President Hugo Chávez play a key role in supporting his regime. These spies constantly inform the president on the opposition’s moves, any rumors in the barracks and any sign of potential treason within revolutionary lines, say reports from WikiLeaks quoted by the New Herald.

These reports include information from the United States Department of State and analysis from the private intelligence firm Stratfor. They are proof of Chávez’s extremely high dependence on Cuban intelligence services.

According to these cables, Havana strengthened the intelligence services at Chávez’s disposal as Head of State by training and indoctrinating his employees. But, in addition, it supplied thousands of agents that operate freely in Venezuela monitoring the opposition and detecting any risk of insurrection within the National Armed Forces. “That is why Chávez owes so much to (Cuba),” stated an analyst from Stratfor.

The Cuban infiltration was also reported by the Embassy of the United States in Caracas, according to another cable.

1 thought on “Cuba proves once again it is a threat to the U.S.”

  1. Miren lo que me respondio el American Red Cross aqui en DC. que yo he estado llamando y enviando emails desde el Martes, Me vino a la mente lo que decian los Vendedores de Naranjas alla en Cuba, claro antes de Los Locos Endemoniados llegaran!”Chupate esta, mientras te pelo la otra! Que cara de palos tienen todos estos que le tiran no la toalla, le tiran todo a la asquerosa y Criminal Dictadura Castrista!

    American Red Cross wrote:

    Hi Maria – the Cuban Red Cross concluded its investigation a short while ago and have issued this statement:

    “The investigation by the Cuban Red Cross into the incident during the papal mass has found that the person involved was a Cuban Red Cross volunteer. The Cuban Red Cross has expelled the volunteer because the violent actions were in contrast to the humanitarian principles and values of the Red Cross.

    The Cuban Red Cross has apologized and condemned this individual’s actions in this isolated incident which does not represent the behavior exemplified by millions of Red Cross volunteers around the world who give of themselves every day to help others.

    In addition, both the International Committee of the Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies have criticized this conduct, which is not in line with the fundamental principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent network, of independence, impartiality and humanity.”

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