“People to People Travel?” or “American useful idiots, morons and scoundrels to KGB-trained indoctrinators travel?”


Cuba’s Intelligence services “will actively exploit visitors to the island” continues the report. “Intelligence officers will come into contact with the academic travelers (from the U.S.) They will stay in the same accommodations and participate in the activities arranged for the travelers. This clearly provides an opportunity to identify targets….Castro’s intelligence aggressively targets U.S. universities under the assumption that a percentage of students will eventually move on to positions within the U.S. government that can provide access to information of use to the [Cuban intelligence service,”] continues the FBI report.

A preferred target are ‘study abroad’ programs (in Cuba,)” adds America’s top Cuban spycatcher Chris Simmons, recently retired from the Defense Intelligence Agency, “as participating students (from the U.S.) are assessed as inherently sympathetic to the Cuban revolution.”

Our friends at Frontpage help disseminate items very little understood outside the miniscule Cuban-American informational ghetto.

Thanks to our friend Juan Cuellar I call your attention to just a teenzy, tiny sampling from the “itinerary” section of the Cuba section of the People to People website:

“Discover the ambience of the Casa de la Amistad during a country briefing provided by the non-governmental agency, the Cuban Institute for Friendship between Peoples (ICAP).”

(But in fact, according to Cuban Intelligence defector Jesus Perez Mendez: ICAP is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cuba’s KGB-founded and trained intelligence service.)

“Enjoy dinner and the waterfront view this evening at La Divina Pastora Restaurant”

(But in fact, La Divina Pastora Restaurant is wholly-owned by the Stalinist regime’s Gaviota agency. And according to America’s top Cuban spycatcher Chris Simmons, Gaviota is itself a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cuba’s military.

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“Meet with the staff from the Literacy Museum, tracing Cuba’s achievements in the Great Literacy Campaign. In 1961, the Cuban Literary Campaign was a year-long effort to abolish illiteracy in Cuba following the Cuban Revolution. It is known as the world’s most ambitious literacy endeavor with statistics today indicating a Cuban literacy rate above 99 percent.”

The above, (also from the People to People itinerary) speaks for itself, I trust.