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Fidel Castro Dies: Dictator or Freedom Fighter?

President-Elect Donald Trump has called the late Fidel Castro a “brutal dictator.” Perhaps the context of his struggle has been lost on many, if not most North Americans.

 

Excerpt from book,  “The Awakening of Jennifer Lopez” by Ray Songtree,

El Despertar de Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera y Selena Gomez: Ignorar El Futuro y Lucir Esplendida (Spanish Edition)

 

Excerpt…

I would like to mention someone who is proud of the official American history which denies actual facts. In a May 2013 “Freedom” speech to Hillsdale College, Senator Ted Cruz said that he was proud that the U.S. has biggest military in world.

I’m more than a bit ashamed of his statement. The purpose of every military that steps off it’s own soil is to steal. His pride in the U.S. is based on his pride in stealing. Cruz’s idea of American “freedom” is at the cost of everyone else’s freedom. Senator Cruz is a typical dominant culture Globalist. As son of a Cuban immigrant, Cruz doesn’t even know about the Citibank conquest of Cuba, which is called the Spanish-American War. Or he does know, and is now a cutout.

False Flag Training In Schools

False flag and other psychological operations are taught in military schools, including the “School of the Americas” in Fort Benning, Georgia, which teaches destabilization theory and assassination methods.

The following is how the present official U.S. history reads and what most U.S. schools still teach …

“In 1823 the U.S. Monroe Doctrine declared all the Americas off limits to European intervention.

“Over the years, the Monroe Doctrine became an object, not of deep appreciation, but of great dislike in Latin America. The countries of Latin America found that they had much more reason to fear intervention by the U.S. than by any European power.  This was particularly evident in the Pan American Conference of 1928. In that year, the U.S. issued the Clark Memorandum, which definitely repudiated the [aggressive] Teddy Roosevelt Corollary. In 1933, Secretary of State Cordell Hull signed a protocol that bound the U.S. not to intervene in the affairs of any other country in the hemisphere.

“Thus, a doctrine, put in place when the United States was the only power of any international significance, has gradually evolved into a policy that respects the emerging sensibilities of the hemisphere’s other nations.” [!][100]

As everyone in Latin America knows, this official history is a gigantic official lie! It is an ugly lie, because North Americans are led to be proud of their “just and noble” country and then sign up to serve the military, which ends up being the force of injustice. In fact, the U.S. is the source of the state sponsored terror that has shaped Latin America, as we know it today.

Please recall that previously, (refers to Part Two), I said, “when you hear China, think Western Bankers.” Now, when you hear United States, also think Western Bankers. It is valuable to remember this. We just read how the Roth-efeller owned National City Bank profited from Spanish-American War. Our history is a history of profit-taking by those in control, otherwise known as stealing. The U.S. corporate control of Latin America is secured through death squads.

The School of the Americas (SOA), founded in 1946, is now called The Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC). It was renamed because people found out about it. It was hidden in new doublespeak. This new name actually just means “security cooperation” for the Globalists and no security for any nation that wants to be independent. Since when is state terrorism cooperative with the people?

“Since its founding, the SOA has trained an estimated 60,000 soldiers in counter-insurgency warfare [doublespeak for death squads, since insurgents would be anyone opposing United States hegemony]; interrogation techniques [doublespeak for torture]; commando [attacks] and psychological warfare [disinformation]; sniping [assassination]; military intelligence [spying on existing Latin
American governments]; civil-military relations [terrorism towards civilians]; and related courses of study.” [101]

 

“Here is the School of the Americas. It’s a combat school. Most of the courses revolve around what they call ‘counter-insurgency warfare.’
“Who are the ‘insurgents?’ We have to ask that question. They are the poor. They are the people in Latin America who call for reform. They are the landless peasants who are hungry.
They are health care workers, human rights advocates, labor organizers. They become the ‘insurgents.’ They are seen as ‘the enemy.’ They are [the ones] who become the targets of those who learn their lessons at the School of the Americas.”

– Father Roy Bourgeois

 

“In the entry area of one of its main buildings are photographs of those the school honors, its so-called Hall of Fame.

“At the top of the list is Hugo Banzer, former dictator of Bolivia, a graduate of the school. Some of the others, similarly honored, are the former dictators of Honduras, Ecuador, and Argentina. Also, generals from eight other Latin and Caribbean nations, many cited by human rights groups for involvement in human rights abuses in their own countries.

“Among other graduates, Manuel Noriega, former president of Panama. [A Globalist drug runner who became too independent, so his country was invaded, 5,000 civilians killed in bombing, and the U.S. took over the Panama canal.]

“Four of the five ranking Honduran officers who organized death squads in the 1980s as part of Battalion 316 are graduates.

“Half of the 250 Columbian officers cited for human rights abuses attended the school.

“The three highest ranking Peruvian officers convicted in February 1994 of murdering nine university students and a professor were all graduates. Also, the Peruvian army commander who brought out tanks to obstruct initial investigation of the murders.

“During the dictatorship of the Somoza family [in Nicaragua], over 4,000 National Guard troops graduated from the school. Many of them later became known as the ‘Contras,’ responsible for the deaths of thousands of Nicaraguan peasants in the 1980s.

“The general in charge of Argentina’s so-called ‘Dirty War’ was a school graduate. During that internal conflict in the late-1970s and early-1980s, an estimated 30,000 people were tortured, disappeared, and murdered.

“General Hector Gramajo of Guatemala was the featured speaker [!] at the school’s graduation ceremonies in 1991. Human rights groups claim he is the architect of strategies that legalized military atrocities in Guatemala resulting in the death of over 200,000 men, women, and children.” [102]

The reader might note that this ongoing terrorist “School of the Americas” had a second campus in Afghanistan run by the CIA, called the Mujahideen, which now is called Al Qaeda, which
is still run by NATO and the U.S. with its own campuses now in Libya and Syria and Ukraine. [103]

Where does the funding for “Al Qaeda” come from? Where else? The pyramid of money that has the Roth-efeller central banks as the top of umbrella, funds Al Qaeda. That is, the Globalist Illuminati fund the “rogue terrorists” to scare everyone. And who funds the Illuminati? We do.

As with Latin American leaders placed by The School of Assassins, “rebellions” in Moslem countries end up somehow “coincidentally” placing Globalist cutouts. Al Qaeda CIA agents, posing as rebels, helped destroy Libya, and the very same mercenaries were shipped to Syria. [104]

1962: Operation Northwoods

“In the early 1960s, America’s top military leaders reportedly drafted plans to kill innocent people and commit acts of terrorism in U.S. cities to create public support for a war against Cuba [meaning, Castro]. Code named Operation Northwoods, the plans included the possible assassination of Cuban émigrés, sinking boats of Cuban refugees on the high seas, hijacking planes, blowing up a U.S. ship, and even orchestrating violent terrorism in U.S. cities.

“The plans were developed as ways to trick the American public and the international community into supporting a war to oust Cuba’s then new leader, communist Fidel Castro. America’s top military brass even contemplated causing U.S. military casualties, writing: ‘We could blow up a U.S. ship in Guantanamo Bay and blame Cuba,’ and, ‘casualty lists in U.S. newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation.’ [Repeat of USS Maine with Yellow Press]

 

If the USA wanted to remove Castro from power, and was placing dictators all across Latin America, was Fidel Castro a “brutal dictator” or a Freedom Fighter?

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  • raysongtree says:

    On 11/28/2016 at 2:09 AM, “A wrote:

    Ray, all I know is Castro was a socialist/communist ideologue who blindly supported brutal murderer dictators, like Ethiopian military socialist regime starting in late 70s in cooperation with the Soviet Union, until it was dismantled. As long as his socialist agenda was met he did not care how many people were brutally murdered in the many third world socialist countries he whole heartedly supported by sending Cuban military troops to stay in the country and fight on behalf of the dictators he supported around the world. This is based on experience.

    Ray Songtree response…..

    In cold war, proxies were fighting. USA dictators vs USSR dictators. So Castro, because of the South American experience, was anti USA. While American tax dollars supported bloody dictators world wide, Soviet tax dollars also supported bloody dictators world wide.

    Castro didn’t blindly support anything. See how you said that? It was all strategic and he was, as always, a puppet. Who armed Cubans? USSR.

    I only outlined America’s host of dictators, just in Latin America. That doesn’t include Shah of Iran or Marcos of Philippines, etc etc etc.

    So the evil dictator label is really a mistake. This is how we are led to take sides, when, if we follow the money, we just find puppets.

    Was Castro a freedom fighter? Depends what side of cold war you were on. But in Latin America, for sure, he was a freedom fighter and I feel, in Angola also.

    Apparently Soviets lost in Ethiopia, which is now vassal state of US with its drone base. Yes?

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