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Anti-Castro Cubans post assassination


Martin Blank
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There are voluminous CIA documents that detail the CIA's extensive black propaganda campaign to blame the assassination on Castro, the Cubans and by implication - the KGB in the assassination of JFK.

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To quote more excerpts from my book:

After the Cuban exiles were left holding the bag on November 22, they and their CIA handlers set about pointing the finger of guilt at Castro, which resulted in President Johnson establishing the Warren Commission to prevent a nuclear war.

McCone and Company had an easy time convincing President Lyndon Johnson that he should have a profound fear that Khrushchev and Castro “might have been involved in the assassination,” which resulted in the establishment of the Warren Commission to cover up everything and point the finger of guilt at Oswald alone.

The CIA is the only organization with the ability to kill the President of the United States and cover it up. Only the CIA could orchestrate a grand production that would first implicate a lone assassin and then implicate Castro, but ultimately point the finger of guilt at anti-Castro Cubans.

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Tony,

When all is said and done, didn't even the CIA rely on the US Military for most everything?

Weapons/Ammo were stolen/appropriated for CIA actions from the military, or thru an arms dealer who had to get their supply from the military, or military contractors.

EVERYONE in the CIA, in fact the entire US Government in 1963, had made their way thru the US Military. Or most everyone.

The CIA did not want to bomb the USSR with nuclear weapons FIRST and let the chips fall where they may, the JCS did.

The CIA did not create policy with their desire to invade Cuba... this was a military plan with the leadership of VP Nixon using the CIA (whose personnel come from the military revolving door and vice versa) since it had to be kept "off the books"

Without military support and sanction, the CIA gets nowhere fast... imo.

Truman was concerned about the CIA

Eisenhower moreso the Military Idustrial Congressional Complex

Finally, there were just as many "spy outfits" in the military branches to carry on their own campaigns... the CIA was just more dirty about it and with much less oversight and control.

The Anti-Castro Cubans were pawns... emotionally unstable, highly motivated pawns never the less.

JFK used them, RFK, the CIA and the military used them.

When the MILITARY concluded that Vietnam and SE Asia was the panacea for their cashflow concerns as well as one of the ripest part of the earth they could and needed to control... Cuba was no longer important... to be honest, I don't think Cuba was all that important to begin with other than to maintain a hieghtened state of fear... and to secure the US business interests.

Now, if Cuba had an opium crop......

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When the MILITARY concluded that Vietnam and SE Asia was the panacea for their cashflow concerns as well as one of the ripest part of the earth they could and needed to control... Cuba was no longer important... to be honest, I don't think Cuba was all that important to begin with other than to maintain a hieghtened state of fear... and to secure the US business interests.

Now, if Cuba had an opium crop......

Cuba was a huge player in the world heroin market before Castro moved in.

Henrik Kruger, The Great Heroin Coup, pg 89:

The tight control over the U.S. heroin market by the Cotronis of Montreal and Trafficante

of Tampa was a legacy of Meyer Lanksy and Lucky Luciano's reorganization of the U.S.

heroin market. Lanksy built himself a fantastic empire headquartered in Havana, and

literally governed Cuba over the head of dictator Fulgencio Batista. Lansky became the

world's uncrowned narcotics king. His decisions affected everyone, including the bigwigs

in France and Italy. He invested in the Marseilles labs and had the Corsicans reorganize

themselves more efficiently. When Castro drove him from Cuba, Lansky created a similar

gambling paradise in Nassau.

Alfred W. McCoy, The Politics of Heroin, pgs 40-41:

[Mafia capo di tutti capi Lucky] Luciano's 1947 visit to Cuba laid the groundwork

for Havana's subsequent role in international narcotics smuggling traffic. Arriving

in January, Luciano summoned the leaders of American organized crime, including

Meyer Lansky, to Havana for a meeting and began paying extravagant bribes to

prominent Cuban officals as well..."Cuba was to be made the center of all international

narcotics operations." Harry J. Anslinger, director of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics...

...By the early 1950s...[santo Trafficante Jr.]'s official position in Havana was that of

manager of the Sans Souci Casino, but he was far more important than his title indicates.

As his father's financial representative, and ultimately Meyer Lansky's, Santo controlled

much of Havana's tourist industry and became quite close to the pre-Castro dictator

Fulgencio Batista. Moreover, it was reportedly his responsibility to receive the bulk

shipments of heroin from Europe and forward them through Florida to New York and

other major urban centers where their distribution was assisted by local Mafia leaders.

Cuba was highly valued real estate, a smuggler's haven pre-Castro. I suspect Kennedy's death was due to a global struggle to control the world's heroin supply. It wasn't just about the massive amounts of black money that the heroin trade brings in, although that was a prime motivator, of course. But also, for champions of eugenics like the Harrimans, the Rockefellers, the Walkers and the Bush's, hard narcotics have always been a way to cull the human herd, a holocaust by another means, if you will.

The twin scourges of heroin and crack cocaine are a way for the Eugenicist Elite to tamp down on populations they find dispensable.

Edited by Cliff Varnell
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