U.S. Annual Threat Assessment points to Cuba as a national security threat

According to U.S. intelligence officials, the Castro regime’s close working relationship with dictatorships such as China and Iran continue to make communist Cuba a national security threat to the United States. Since coming into power in 1959, the Castro family dictatorship has been committed to destroying America and freedom all over the world. That is their goal. That is the goal of every socialist revolution.

Via CubaNet (my translation):

U.S. intelligence report points to concerns about Cuba

The United States Intelligence Community Threat Assessment report recently released pays special attention to the situation in Cuba.

The document highlights how political repression and lack of economic opportunities continue to be the main drivers of migration from Cuba, along with Venezuela and Nicaragua. The report predicts that these regimes “will continue to blame US sanctions and policies for irregular emigration from their countries.”

Furthermore, the report addresses China’s growing military influence globally, noting the Asian giant’s interest in establishing military facilities abroad, including Cuba, as part of its strategy to project power and protect its interests beyond its borders.

“Beijing, reportedly, is considering seeking military facilities in multiple locations, including but not limited to Burma, Cuba, Equatorial Guinea, Pakistan, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Tanzania, and the United Arab Emirates,” the document states.

In June 2023, it emerged that China may have upgraded its intelligence collection facilities in Cuba in 2019, which was described by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken as part of Beijing’s global strategy to expand its presence abroad.

The Cuban regime refuted these accusations, which it described as “false” and “inventions” by the United States to justify its economic embargo against the island.

Another relevant aspect mentioned in the report concerns the anomalous health incidents initially reported in Cuba between 2016 and 2018, also known as the “Havana Syndrome” (also as “Havana sonic attacks”). The US Intelligence Community has concluded that “it is highly unlikely that a foreign adversary is responsible for the reported anomalous health incidents.”

Despite initial hypotheses, medical and technical analyses have not confirmed any specific cause of the injuries suffered by US personnel.

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