Sunday, November 27, 2016

Fidel Castro, RIH

Communist psychopath Fidel Castro (1926-2016) finally died November 25 succumbing to old age and diseases which the Cuban government refused to reveal. We hope that his death was painful, but it could never be commensurate with the terror he inflicted upon the people of Cuba.

The Jewish press has spent millions of dollars to rehabilitate the former dictator's reputation as something of an elder statesman and humanitarian, but this revisionism should not be surprising given that the Jewish New York Times and Eisenhower State Department conspired to put Castro in power in the late 1950s.

Castro rewarding NYT's Matthews for
support of Cuban revolution. (Photo from
tomatobubble.com)
Herbert Matthews, a prominent reporter for the Times, went to Cuba to interview Castro in February 1957 to write a  puff piece on the 30 year old guerilla fighter. Castro's revolution, verging on collapse, was single handedly rescued by the New York Times who praised Castro as another Abraham Lincoln.

Alert readers will recall that it was the Jewish New York Times which whitewashed bloodbaths of the Stalin regime in the 1930s, calling it a utopia, and earning the Jew Walter Duranty a Pulitzer prize which was nearly revoked decades later after the truth was exposed.

In a reprise of his role at the end of World War 2 as a Jewish communist toady, Eisenhower used the Times' stories as cover for turning over another country to communists by curtailing support of Batista who was encumbered with his own baggage as a door mat for corrupt American business interests.

However bad life may have been under Batista, it was about to get much worse under Castro whose killing sprees left millions dead by the time he relinquished power in 2006. Castro was following the time honored Jewish methods of Stalin to ruthlessly crush opposition. His notorious haranguing lectures cost many Cubans their lives who refused to attend or who fell asleep during these mind control sessions with the Cuban people.

George Bush of the CIA was the bagman for Castro, carrying much money to the well known communist leader through the air ferry services of Barry Seal whom the Vice President would have murdered in the 1980s when Seal threatened to reveal damaging information about the former CIA Director and his drug running operations out of the Clinton's Mena, AR air field.

Castro's most notorious moments came in 1961 and 1962 when he was the center of attention in the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion and the October 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.

We have previously reported how McGeorge Bundy, Kennedy's National Security Advisor, purposely sabotaged the invasion by calling off the air support which was crucial for success. The invasion was never intended to succeed. Its only purpose was to embarrass Kennedy, which it did, but not without Kennedy firing Allan Dulles and Richard Bissell, the masterminds in part of the planned fiasco.

Dulles got his revenge when he murdered Kennedy in Dallas' Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963.

The Cuban Missile Crisis reared its ugly head in 1962 when Representative Keating, later a ring leader of the infamous Keating 5, created a stir about Soviet missiles in Cuba. We also reported that tempest in a teapot was a fraud engineered by the Rockefellers. We subsequently learned that nuclear weapons do not exist, further bolstering our thesis that the episode was a power play to destroy Kennedy.

Cuba has served as a bogeyman for the CIA and State Department to justify its aggression and oversized military budgets. The United States had no problem recognizing all kinds of Jewish communist governments around the world, but somehow found the impoverished pipsqueak country of Cuba a national security threat. This doesn't pass the laugh test.

The CIA has contended that it did not realize that Castro was a communist, thus attempting to justify its farcical attempts to topple the communist dictator during the 1960s and 70s. This too fails the laugh test. How can an agency which spends billions of dollars in unaccounted funds claim that it did not know that Castro was a communist? An agency capable of toppling any government in the world, including that of the United States in 1963, could have easily removed Castro without so much as a sweat.

Our only regret is that Fidel Castro did not die sooner, and in a more painful way.

Reference

Mike King, HOW THE NY TIMES SAVED FIDEL CASTRO, tomatobubble.com, nd, accessed 11/27/2016


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