Cuba Thwarts American Terror Attack


Cuba has captured a group of U.S. backed terrorists who had planned on attacking facilities in Cuba.

On April 26, Cuban authorities arrested José Ortega Amador, Obdulio Rodríguez González, Raibel Pacheco Santos and Félix Monzón Álvarez. The four were residents of Miami and part of a CIA sponsored Miami terror network led by Santiago Álvarez Fernández Magriñá, Osvaldo Mitat and Manuel Alzugaray, loyal followers of the aged terrorist Luis Posada Carriles.

For more than 60 years the United States has waged an unsuccessful war of terror against the people of Cuba in partnership with a well-funded but inept Cuban Mafia based in Miami. In addition to the assassinations, murders, biological and chemical attacks  against Cuba conducted by the CIA,  the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has sought to undermine the Cuban government through social engineering.

The United States continues to wage an expensive, illegal, immoral and entirely unjustifiable war against Cuba due to political blackmail and bribes from the Cuban Mafia and the greed and stupidity of American politicians.  The war against Cuba is profitable not just for the terrorists who mastermind and carry out the attacks but also for the entire funding food chain that includes the heavily subsidized Florida sugar industry, drug trafficking and massive money laundering through Florida construction companies.

 

 

 

 

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