These days a small country led by a malevolent dictator
can do a lot of damage. Aided by both Russia and Communist China, Fidel
Castro is developing sophisticated biological weapons on a large scale and
using communications technology for espionage and interference with U.S.
Air Traffic Control.
Not much information has been released by the U.S.
Government, and none by our asteemed media regarding Castro's production of biological weapons
from our shores -- perhaps so as not to interfere with the current
proffers to Castro of "good" relationships.
However, in May 1998
Secretary of Defense William Cohen
testified in Congress that Cuba possesses advanced biotechnology and is
capable of mass-producing agents for biological warfare.
Former Deputy Chief of the ex-Soviet Union's biological
warfare program. Colonel Ken Alibek, documented recently to the CIA that,
concealed in Cuba's medical research complex, Castro is carrying out a
sophisticated program for high-capacity production of germ warfare agents
during the last few years. Dr. Alibek tells us that Castro's program
started in 1981 when former Soviet Premier Brezhnev visited Cuba and
arranged to help Castro with the technology.
Recently the FBI arrested 12 Castro agents caught
spying in the United States, including military installations. Since
Castro has no real need for military data, it is quite likely that he is
selling that type of information to the Chinese, North Koreans or perhaps Saddam
Hussein. It is strangely hypocritical to rush half-way around the world,
to spend so many lives and billions of dollars on a seemingly needless war with
FIDEL CASTRO DEADLY SECRET
Five Bio-Chem Warfare Labs
by Martin Arostegui
Vol 14, No 26 July 20, 1998
From Insight Magazine (Washington Times)
Throughout the island, according to documents smuggled
out of Cuba and made available to Insight by Alvaro Prendes, a former
Cuban air force colonel who now is the Miami-based spokesman for the Union
of Liberated Soldiers and Officers, a pro-democracy movement
within Cuba's security services, point to continuing Cuban support for
international terrorism and drug trafficking. They tell Insight that,
according to CIA documents, Russian specialists still operate the electronic
listening station at Lourdes on the northeast tip of Cuba which taps
into U.S. communications. During the Persian Gulf War, this station
forwarded strategic information to Iraq. Castro initiated his
chemical-weapons program in 1981 when Soviet technicians built a plant to
produce tricothecen, the main component of "yellow rain," in an
underground tunnel complex at Quimonor in Matanzas province. The program
was expanded some years later with the construction of another
chemical-weapons facility in Pinar del Rio, where Cuban and Soviet
technicians began experimenting with mixtures of germs and toxins to
Castro's Cuba is one of the few countries
in the world, who refuses to condemn international terrorism. Here is an excerpt from:
THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Patterns of Global Terrorism 2000 - Europe
Combating terrorism, including
arresting numerous ETA
members and raiding logistics and support cells. France regularly
delivered detained ETA terrorists, including several senior leaders, into
Spanish custody. Spain also secured a pledge from Mexico to deny
to ETA members. Spain welcomed the condemnation of ETA in November by all
Ibero-American presidents -- except Cuba's Fidel Castro, whose refusal
bilateral relations. (also see below)
What is America doing to protect its Southern border from this terrorist only 90 miles from its shores?
Let us not forget that during the Cuban Missile Crisis, Castro sent a letter to Soviet Premier
Kruschev asking him to launch a surprise nuclear attack against the United States!