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The Terrorist Castro by Humberto Fontova (English)

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The Terrorist Castro by Humberto Fontova (English)

Mensaje por glezbo el Miér Feb 17, 2010 4:01 am

[size=18]The Terrorist Castro?

by Humberto Fontova

“Injustice is relatively easy to bear; it is
justice that hurts.” —H.L. Mencken

Last month Fidel Castro took great
(and uncharacteristic) umbrage at the Obama administration. “Angry Cuba demands
[emphasis mine] removal from U.S. terrorism list,” ran a Reuters headline.

\"We categorically reject this
new hostile action by the government of the United States against Cuba,\"
snapped Josefina Vidal Ferreiro in an AP article, reacting to the new U.S.
airport security measures after the foiled Christmas bombing. Senora Vidal
serves as head of the Cuban Foreign Ministry's “Office of North American
Affairs.” “These new security controls are discriminatory and selective!” she

Perhaps she also meant they might
be “effective,” - against herself. Don't look for this revelation in the AP,
Reuters, CNN or from any “news” agency that has earned a coveted Havana
Bureau from Cuba's Stalinist regime, but this very Josefina Vidal was expelled from the U.S. in 2003
for espionage
. At the time she served as a “diplomat” in New York
as “First Secretary” of Castro's mission to the U.N., an outfit with an
absolutely engrossing history.

On Nov. 17, 1962, J. Edgar
Hoover's FBI cracked a plot by Cuban agents that targeted Macy's, Gimbel's,
Bloomingdale's and Manhattan's Grand Central Terminal with a dozen incendiary
devices and 500 kilos of TNT. The massive attack was set for the following
week, the day after Thanksgiving.

Castro planned his Manhattan
attack short weeks after Nikita Khrushchev foiled his plans for an even
bigger one. \"Say hello to my little friends!\" Castro had dreamed of
yelling at the hated Yankees in October of 1962, right before he imagined
mushroom clouds appearing. But for the prudence of the Butcher of Budapest,
Castro might have pulled it off. \"If the missiles had remained,\"
Fidel's sidekick Che Guevara confided to The London Daily Worker in November
1962 regarding the Cuban Missile Crisis, \"We would have used them
against the very heart of the U.S., including New York.\"

In his diaries, Nikita Khrushchev
hints that Fidel and Che's mass murder fantasy (these maniacs might get their
fingers near the buttons!) was a bigger factor in his decision to yank the
missiles from Cuba than JFK's so-called blockade.

At any rate, in the nick of time
on Nov. 19th 1962, J. Edgar Hoover's FBI foiled Castro's TNT bomb plot,
arrested the conspirators and prevented the slaughter of thousands of New
York holiday shoppers. A little perspective: for the March 2004 Madrid subway
blasts, all 10 of them that killed and maimed almost 2,000 people, Muslim
terrorists used a grand total of 100 kilos of TNT. Castro and Che's agents
planned to set off five times that explosive power in the some of the biggest
department stores on earth, stores that would have been packed to suffocation
and pulsing with holiday cheer on the year's biggest shopping day.

The chief plotter was Roberto
Santiesteban, chief aide to Cuba's U.N. ambassador, Carlos Lechuga. Under him
were Elsa and Jose Gomez Abad, also employed by Cuba's diplomatic mission at
the U.N. The rest of the plotters belonged to The Fair Play for Cuba
Committee. Had those detonators gone off, 9-11's death toll would have almost
certainly taken seconds.

In 2003, the U.S. expelled 14
Cuban \"diplomats.\" All worked at the United Nations. The recently
piqued and much quoted (but never questioned) by the worldwide MSM, Josefina
Vidal Ferreiro, was among the booted.

When wallowing in largesse from
his Soviet sugar-daddy, (which is to say, before the U.S. “embargo,” became
an obsession with his agents, on the payroll and off) Castro regarded a
listing on the U.S. State Dept's. “State Sponsors of Terrorism” as a badge of
honor, a designation to flaunt.

\"The U.S. is the great enemy
of mankind!\" raved Che Guevara in his message to Havana's
Tri-Continental Conference in 1966. \"Against those hyenas there is no
option but extermination. We will bring the war to the imperialist enemies'
very home, to his places of work and recreation. The imperialist enemy must
feel like a hunted animal wherever he moves. Thus we'll destroy him! We must
keep our hatred against them alive and fan it to paroxysms!\"

Among the many future luminaries
who attended Havana's Tri-Continental Conference was a young Ilich Ramírez
Sánchez, also known as \"Carlos the Jackal,\" known in the 1970s as
\"The World's Most Wanted Terrorist.\" In 1967 Ramirez Sanchez was an
eager recruit into Cuba's \"guerrilla\" (terror) training camps
started by Che in 1959. \"I'm proud of the path of Osama bin Laden,\"
Ramirez told the London-based pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat in an interview from a
French prison in 2002. \"Bin Laden has followed a trail I myself
blazed...I followed news of the September 11 attacks on the United States
non-stop from the beginning. I can't describe that wonderful feeling of

A young fellow named Abu Ammar
also attended Havana's Tri-Continental Conference. He would later be known as
Yasir Arafat.

Be it known that these star-struck
and attentive worthies cheered Ernesto \"Che\" Guevara's prescription
for America almost half a century before Osama Bin Laden, Mullah Omar and
Al-Zarqawi appeared on our radar screens.

\"Thanks to Fidel Castro\"
boasted Colombia's FARC (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia)
commander Tiro-Fijo in a 2002 interview, \"we are now a powerful army,
not a hit and run band.\" FARC is designated by the U.S. State Dept. as a
“Foreign Terrorist Organization,” and is widely regarded as the most
murderous in the Western Hemisphere, responsible for tens of thousands of
killings in the past two decades. So there.

Julia Sweig, who serves as the
Nelson and David Rockefeller Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies and
Director for Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations and is an MSM darling on all
matters Cuban, [url= Gente]thanks both the expelled Castroite
espionage agent Josefina Vidal and the expelled Castroite terrorist plotter
Jose Gomez Abad
[/url] (of the 1962 New York terrorist bomb plot) in the
acknowledgement of her book. The “edgy” and “feisty” Stephen Colbert,
interviewing Ms. Sweig, did not mention this thoroughly fascinating issue.

I found this most intereresting article by Humberto Fontova whom is to my taste one bright cuban writer. I brought it to \"Secretos de Cuba\" for everyone to read and reflect upon it and draw one's personal opinion on a subject I think has been overdue for justice to be served on since the beginning of the cuban nightmare in 1959. Like TresPatines must say again \"A la Reja....!!!!\"
A Spanish translation a 'la \" Ingles sin Barreras\" will follow soon, please bear with the pro-bono translater.
Muchos Thanks Yous, Glezbo.

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