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The Anti-Castro Cuban Underground


David Boylan
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I posted this years ago but it is always good to read again.

Printed in Kent Courtney's Independent American August, 1963

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NEWS FROM THE ANTI-CASTRO CUBAN UNDERGROUND

On all fronts Kennedy continues to seek "accommodation" with the Communist conspiracy; continues to not stand up to or "provoke" the Soviet Union and/or its puppet, Castro.

A recent example, regarding Communist Cuba, is reported in a July 26, 1963, dispatch of the Associated Press which stated: "The United States is protesting to the Castro government against the seizure of the U.S. embassy in Havana but will not retaliate by seizing the Cuban embassy in Washington, the State Department announced Thursday."

Earlier, in a June 20 column by Robert S. Allen and Paul Scott it was reported that "For more than a month, the President and his top foreign policy advisors have been discussing a plan under which the U.S. would resume 'contact' with Castro on both 'an informal and formal basis'."

Just what kind of deceitful sell out is the Kennedy Administration planning?

An inkling of what may be in the works is contained in the

July 20, 1963 issue of CUBAN INFORMATION SERVICE, Carlos Todd, Editor. Terming the following information still in the rumor stage, but likely to be born out by coming events, Todd revealed: The U.S. and Russia have agreed that Castro must go; he will become the fall guy in a complete reorganization of the regime which will purportedly be free of Soviet influence. The plan calls for "uprisings" and "desertions" and "guerrilla fronts", all directed by the Reds in Cuba and their agents in exile.

Castro flees to Moscow and a new government is set up with such men as David Salvador, Manuel Ray and Hubert Matos as top dogs. And although these men are either in "exile" or in "jail", they will respond to the tactical changes in the Communist master plan for the conquest of the hemisphere....

The Russians would remove some--not all--of their troops in Cuba. Soldiers would merely change into civilian attire and become "technicians". Then an election, Soviet style, with the certain winners to be Ray, Salvador and or Matos.

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Earlier, in a June 20 column by Robert S. Allen and Paul Scott it was reported that "For more than a month, the President and his top foreign policy advisors have been discussing a plan under which the U.S. would resume 'contact' with Castro on both 'an informal and formal basis'."

Hi David,

Do you know anything about Paul Scott? He wrote a post-assassination story linking Marilyn Martin to Prof Harold Isaacs.

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Earlier, in a June 20 column by Robert S. Allen and Paul Scott it was reported that "For more than a month, the President and his top foreign policy advisors have been discussing a plan under which the U.S. would resume 'contact' with Castro on both 'an informal and formal basis'."

Hi David,

Do you know anything about Paul Scott? He wrote a post-assassination story linking Marilyn Martin to Prof Harold Isaacs.

Greg,

Don't know much about him other than he was considered a conservative reporter.

Dave

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Earlier, in a June 20 column by Robert S. Allen and Paul Scott it was reported that "For more than a month, the President and his top foreign policy advisors have been discussing a plan under which the U.S. would resume 'contact' with Castro on both 'an informal and formal basis'."

Hi David,

Do you know anything about Paul Scott? He wrote a post-assassination story linking Marilyn Martin to Prof Harold Isaacs.

Greg,

Don't know much about him other than he was considered a conservative reporter.

Dave

Thanks David. I gotta get more sleep. I did mean Marilyn Murret... LHO's cousin. Additionally, I'm not absolutely certain the story on her links with Isaacs was actually post-assassination. That was just an assumption.

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