China’s spy base in Cuba just one of the Castro dictatorship’s many collaborations with America’s enemies

Some may have been caught off guard by reports China is building a spy base in Cuba, but it is just one example of the many collaborations between the communist Castro dictatorship and America’s enemies.

ADN America reports:

China’s new Cuban spy base the latest collaboration of many between Beijing, Havana and Moscow

Beijing is setting up an electronic eavesdropping facility on the Caribbean island amid secret deals with Moscow and just two years after ADN reported it was training Cuba’s “Black Beret” special forces units in the wake of the July 11, 2021 historic uprising

Cuba and China have worked out an arrangement that will permit Beijing to set up an electronic eavesdropping facility on the Caribbean island, the next stage of what has been close, but clandestine alliance between the two communist countries, reports the Wall Street Journal.

The Journal’s story comes after many ADN America reports about cooperative efforts between the Castro military dictatorship, China and Russia, including recent cooperative security agreements with Moscow, and two years after a July 29, 2021 ADN Cuba report revealed Chinese paramilitary police specializing in crowd control secretly trained Cuba’s elite Black Beret special forces unit as a means of suppressing Cuban dissidents.

The Journal cited “U.S. officials familiar with highly classified intelligence” as the source for the reports of the new agreement between the two communist countries.

The world renowned newspaper said hosting such an eavesdropping facility in Cuba, only 100 miles from Florida, would enable Beijing’s intelligence services to collect electronic communications from many of the military installations located in the southeast United States and provide a financial band aid to the crippled Castro regime, which is on the brink of financial ruin.

News of the upcoming installation sparked deep concerns in the intelligence community and among Cuba and China experts, who have long warned about Havana’s alliances with Beijing and Moscow.

Citing Admiral Chester W. Nimitz’s warning that the Navy’s function is to “carry the war to the enemy so that it is not fought on U.S. soil,” China-Expert Dr. Rafael Marrero told ADN America that, “Without a doubt, the communist Chinese are picking a fight with us, and they have brought their war against the U.S. to the Florida Strait, to the island of Cuba. They have brought the Indo-Pacific situation to the Caribbean and the Atlantic.”

John Barsa, a former USAID Acting Director and current Executive Director of the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba said the move marked a new chapter in Cuban hostilities against the U.S.

“Actions always speak louder than words,” Barsa said in a statement sent to the ADN Cuba desk. “Despite the subtleties that may be exchanged in conversations and secret negotiations at the highest levels of government, this new and literally unprecedented military and intelligence threat to the United States should serve as a reminder of the deep-rooted hostility of the Cuban regime towards the United States.”

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