The decision of the Government of the United States to declasify a small number of documents linked to the murder of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, in 1963, has served to confirm the synister Washington plans to justify an open military aggression to Cuba.
Some of the eighteen hundred documents released included some that deal with the so-called Operation Mongoose. an Intelligence Agency aggressive scheme aimed at liquidating the Cuban Revolution, victorious since January first, nineteen fifty nine.
Part of the CIA plan envisaged terrorist attacks in Miami and other US cities, the murder of emigree leaders and even the destruction of vessels loaded with Cubans that had left the island for the United States. The whole plan was designed to blame revolutioary Cuba for those attacks and justify military aggression against the Island.
But Cuban intelligence agencies were prepared for this plan, similar to that used to destroy Guatemalan democracy in the mid nineteen fifties and later used against Vietnam.
Western press organs have recalled the anniversary of this plan as an operation that was never launched. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Several terrorist activities were conducted against the Island. The first step was to receive in South Florida a whole cohort of Batista regimen murderers that were able to escape from Cuba and were used in attacks and aggressions launched against the Island from the state of Florida.
These quote freedom fighters, as they were called by the Miami press, included such assassins as Luis Posada Carriles, Orlando Bosch, Félix Rodríguez, Manuel Artime, Eugenio Martínez and others quote patriots unquote that do not hesitate in burning alive with napalm, schools, nurseries and day care centers in Cuba. These murderers include such quote Florida Leaders as Ileana Ross Lehtinen and Lincoln Diaz Balart.
These are the kind of quote freedom fighters unquote that blew up a Cubana Airlines passenger jet with seventy three persons aboard, all of whom died, or bombed cane fields in Cuba with agricultural plagues to try to render our country defenseless by hunger.
Aggressions against Cuba from the United States included the spreading over the island of the hemorrhagic fever virus, the so called dengue hemorrhagic fever, that killed one hundred and fifty eight Cubans, including one hundred and one children.
Cuba continues to be the target of these and other types of aggressions, and the current US administration, headed by President Donald Trump, is spreading hatred against this Caribbean island because it has dared to choose its own way and show that capitalism is not the solution to the problems that afflict humankind but rather its source.
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