I will like to respond to a comment by Doug Slater on an earlier post on this website.
Doug Slater, let’s tell the people about the Cuban organization called Dirección General De Inteligencia (DGI), the secret intelligence agency of Cuba. The agency was established in Cuba by the Soviet KGB in 1961, following Fidel Castro’s rise to power.
The agency is responsible for intelligence, counterintelligence, and disinformation activities inside Cuba and abroad. They were really big in Grenada. They captured the minds of people like Walter Rodney and Maurice Bishop, and many more still living among the Caribbean people today.
The DGB trained thousands of young people from the Caribbean and Americas to overthrow their elected governments. They sow discontent among ignorant people and a false rooted ideology among the student class, including many that studied in Cuba.
You called me a coward, I stay in the shadows because of the danger anyone is in, who speaks out against the political Marxist Cuban collaborators in SVG.
I do not want to disappear like Servant of the Lord, or die an untimely death like Glenn Jackson. There is nothing cowardly about that; it’s just common sense. I know I am being searched for and there is a price on my head in SVG.
Marxism breeds politicians who are international scroungers, the Castro’s had to do that to survive. The Cubans became Moscow’s all-purpose mercenaries, and the Russians paid them to be just that.
The Russians were not only subsidising the Cuban economy to the tune of more than $1 million a day; they invested over $500 million in the Angolan campaign, whose real aims were the overthrow of South Africa to make it a Communist regime answerable to the Soviet Union. The Russians and the Cubans had no interest in Black people or the end of Apartheid.
Leading Soviet Africanist, E. Tarabrin, predicted that the West’s dependence on African raw materials would increase rapidly over the rest of the decade, and that imports of chromites from Rhodesia and South Africa would double. Soviet experts stressed that much of Africa’s mineral wealth lies in the southern half. The gold, diamonds, platinum, copper and other industrial metals are rich stakes to play for. That is exactly what the game plan for Africa was, the Soviet rape of its riches, with an ailing and failing economy under the Soviet system expansionism was a must, a do or die, which eventually happened in Russia, communism died, but continued in Cuba.
Cuba’s role as a Soviet proxy is even more striking if you take account of the Cuban presence in the Caribbean where Castro’s men were training Jamaican police and in the Middle East where 150 Cuban instructors were training international terrorists in Iraqi camps, not to mention the Cubans’ efforts to take control of the non-aligned countries’ news pool and the role of the Cuban intelligence service, the DGI, in orchestrating the activities of Latin American exile groups and trans-national terrorists in Western Europe.
A well-known Soviet writer described in detail how the overthrow of Africa should proceed. The classical text is a book entitled “Political Parties of Africa,” published in Moscow in 1970. Its main editor was Vassily Solodovnikov, at one time Soviet Ambassador in Lusaka.
Solodovnikov accepted that it was unrealistic to expect to create a Communist society in Africa overnight It would be necessary to begin by working through “revolutionary democratic parties,” like the movements that came to power in Guinea, Congo and Tanzania, and like the MPLA in Angola. These movements may start out as a mish-mash of nationalism, Marxism and tribalism, but they include activists “who are inspired by the ideas of scientific Socialism” – in plain words, Communists.
So comrade Slater, goodbye for now, be assured I do not hate the Castros, or any of the others who I sometimes describe as scum.
Self Appointed Keeper of the Whistle, and still blowing hard.
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