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Castro's 100 Basque Terrorists

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Castro's 100 Basque Terrorists

Mensaje por LoriG el Lun Mar 08, 2010 8:54 pm

Castro's 100 Basque Terrorists

at Capitol Hill Cubans

Spain's Intereconomia published a concerning article on the 100 members of the Basque terrorist group, ETA, residing in Castro's Cuba.

This comes on the heels of a Spanish judge's indictment of six ETA terrorists and seven members of the Colombian narco-terrorist group, FARC, for plotting assassination attempts against prominent Colombian politicians, including President Alvaro Uribe.

Three out of the six indicted ETA terrorists reside in Cuba.

Here's a translated excerpt:

"They are not the 300 Spartan warriors of King Leonidas in the Battle of Thermopylae, but they are the 100 ETA soldiers [gudaris] of Fidel Castro in Cuba. They are not on the island, nor are they exiled, in order to seek a new way of life after renouncing armed struggle. Their economic level is higher than that of the repressed Cuban people and they are not coy about speaking Basque [euskera] on the streets of Havana. They have a direct line with the generals of the [ETA] organization in France and until recently they financed its operations with the income from their small enterprises. Most of them live in the most privileged districts of Havana and maintain excellent relations with the Castro regime's secret services. Agents of Cuba's intelligence, the G-2, even have a house in Vedado, one of the select neighborhoods of the capital, in order to meet with the ETA terrorists. That is the crude reality of the ETA colony in the Caribbean island, even though the Cuban government denies it. Spanish police and the National Intelligence Center (CNI) possess evidence to corroborate it."

For background purposes, Euskadi Ta Askatasuna or ETA is an armed Basque nationalist and separatist organization. Since 1968, ETA has murdered over 850 individuals, and has injured and kidnapped thousands. The group is designated as a terrorist organization by the Spanish and French authorities, the European Union as a whole, and the United States.

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