in Cuba? Don't Hold Your Breath
By Servando Gonzalez
June 15, 2015
The April 6, 2015, issue of CFR’s corporate
member Time magazine showed a picture of a dilapidated
house in Havana, with the text “Cuba: What Will Change When
The Americans Arrive?” imposed over the photo.
Well, let me tell you what I think: Nothing will change in Cuba
when the Americans arrive because in most things Castro’s
Cuba is a country more advanced than the U.S. Actually, Americans
have much to learn from Castro’s Cuba. No wonder David Rockefeller
and other CFR honchos are convinced that Castro’s Cuba is
“a model to follow.”
So, what can Americans can learn from the Castroist Cubans? Among
other things, they can learn how to destroy the middle class.
For more than a quarter of a century the CFR conspirators have
been working hard to destroy the American middle class. Well,
Castro did it in Cuba in just a few years.
Before Castro took power in Cuba in 1959 with the help of the
Rockefellers and their CFR agents in the U.S. government, Cuba
was one of the countries in the world with the most expansive
middle class — only second to the U.S. Today, there are
only two social classes in Cuba: the hyper rich, a small group
composed of Castro himself, his relatives and close associates,
and the hyper poor, consisting of the 99 percent of the population
living in the most abject moral and material misery.
Even more important, Castro did it without the help of the World
Bank and the International Monetary Fund. A true accomplishment.
Now, can Americans show the Castroists how to destroy an excellent
medical care system while claiming that the calamitous new one
is better? Can they destroy an excellent agricultural system that
provided more than 90 percent of the needs of the population while
gaining the admiration of Berkeley’s “progressives”
because allegedly the new system is ecologically sound? Can they
show Cubans how to destroy an excellent system of public education
by turning it into a tool for ideological indoctrination? Can
they turn a country where workers enjoyed one of the highest standards
of living in Latin America into a nation of paupers?
Nope! The Castroists did it many years before the CFR conspirators
did it in America.
What else Americans can teach Castro? How to create a pervasive
system of prisons and incarcerate a large percentage of the population?
How to create reeducation camps for dissidents? How to implement
modern techniques of torture for political prisoners, including
water boarding? Don’t make me laugh. Castro has been
doing all of this in Cuba almost since he grabbed power in 1959.
Another thing Americans can learn from Castro’s Cuba is
how to use the military to invade other countries to advance the
interest of transnational corporations under the pretext of implementing
democracy while passing as a hero of the progressive Left. Nothing
exemplifies this more than the case of the Cuban invasion of Angola
A few months after Castro’s troops took control of the country,
Angola became one of the U.S.’ largest commercial partners
in Africa. Chase Manhattan Bank, Bankers Trust, Citibank, and
Morgan Guaranty, gave large loans to Angola. The business of General
Motors, General Tire, Caterpillar, Boeing, IBM, NCR, Pfizer, Xerox,
and other American corporations flourished in the country. Ninety
five percent of Angolan oil was exported to Western countries.
Castro’s soldiers protected the refineries in Cabinda from
“saboteurs,” and Castro was paid in dollars for their
services. Half of the production of Gulf Oil in Angola ended up
in U.S. refineries. The consortium De Beers controlled diamond
mines. So much for Castro’s “anti-imperialist”
and “anti-colonialist policies.
An area in which the Castroists excelled and they can teach Americans
about is how to be rabidly anti black and nevertheless be lauded
as a non-discriminatory society by the American “progressives.”
Even though currently blacks constitute close to 60 percent of
the Cuban population, for many years only 15 blacks held seats
in the 150-member Central Committee of Castro’s “Communist”
Party, and only six of the 24-member Politburo were black.
Photographs of Cuban army units show close to 90 percent of black
soldiers. But officers, particularly high-ranking senior officers,
are 95 percent white. Evidently Castro, like the leaders of many
imperialist nations, uses racial minorities as cannon fodder.
Most of the Cuban soldiers among the several thousands killed
in Angola were black.
And what about full control of the press and the internet, stealing
property from its legitimate owners, smuggling drugs into the
U.S., using false flag operations, creating a countrywide system
of prisons and concentration camps, stiff gun control laws, changing
the country into a totalitarian police state, implementing a pervasive
surveillance system to spy on the citizens, destroying the family
as a social unit and creating a fascist regime disguised as
a communist one? Obviously, Americans cannot help the Castroists
in those fields in which they have done much better than Americans
Most Americans ignore that many things we see now being implemented
in the U.S. were successfully implemented in Castro’s Cuba
many years ago. One of them was political correctness. I remember
that when somebody said something true, but damaging to the system,
he was rebutted with the phrase: “Don’t say that,
because it is not political.”
Another thing the Castroists pioneered is outsourcing jobs. The
only difference is that, instead of outsourcing the jobs to countries
with semi-slave workers, he exported the semi-slave Cuban workers
— mostly construction workers and physicians — to
other countries. Like the slave workers assembling iPads and iPhones
in China, Cuban workers abroad don’t get paid directly by
their employers, who pay their salaries in dollars to the Cuban
government. Then, the Cuban government not only pays the workers
in devaluated Cuban pesos but also keeps more than 75 percent
of the earnings.
Moreover, something the Castroists implemented and we will soon
see implemented in America is a change in currency — which
resulted in stealing the people’s money. Other things the
Castroists pioneered and will come to America very soon is the
harassing of effeminate homosexuals and interning them in reeducation
camps, as well as stiff immigration laws to prevent people
from escaping the country.
Nevertheless, there is something in which America excels, and
which the Castroists should copy: having a single party disguised
as two different ones, so the sheeple will live under the illusion
that by changing the party in power everything will change for
The bottom line is that, rather than Cuba changing to become similar
to what America was in the fifties, America will continue changing
to become a faithful copy of the New Gay World Order Castro has
successfully implemented in Cuba.
Expecting otherwise is not only foolish but also highly unrealistic.
1. World Bank President James Wolfensohn, (CFR), praised Castro
for doing “a great job” in providing for the social
welfare of the Cuban people. The Bank’s 2001 edition of
World Development Indicators showed Cuba topping virtually all
other poor countries in health and education statistics. Wolfensohn
pointed to Cuba as a model to follow. See, Jim Lobe, “Learn
From Cuba: World Bank Says,” Inter Press Service Finance,
April 30, 2001. This explains why the CFR has been working frantically
for many years to help prepare for a “peaceful, democratic
transition after Castro”—CFR lingo for “Castroism
after Castro.” See, Irving Louis Horowitz, “An Appeasement
Policy for Castro’s Cuba?,” The Miami Herald,
December 6, 2000. In another article, professor Horowitz states
that the CFR became “the fulcrum and spearhead of the Cuba
Lobby—those seeking the establishment of normal diplomatic
and social relations with Communist Cuba.” “Humanitarian
Capitulation: U.S.-Cuba Relations According to the Council on
Foreign Relations,” Center for a Free Cuba.
During an April 2000 summit in Havana, UN Secretary General Kofi
Annan insisted that Castro’s regime has “set an example
we can all learn from.” In February 2001, a high-level delegation
of the Council on Foreign Relations led by David Rockefeller visited
Cuba and held a long meeting with Castro. After the meeting, CFR
chairman Peter Peterson praised the Cuban leadership’s passionate
commitment to providing high education and health standards for
its people. “I suspect that Cuba is among the best educated
countries in the entire hemisphere,” he added. See, Pascal
Fletcher “U.S. Policy Experts Encouraged by Talks in Cuba,”
Reuters (Havana), February 18, 2001.
2. The standard of living and mind-set of average Cubans was so
close to their American neighbors, that the Island was used by
Madison Avenue marketing and advertising firms as a testing ground
for the products they were promoting. In order to test their marketability
some of these products, were launched in the Cuban market several
months before launching them in the American markets. Cubans usually
called their country “the Switzerland of the Americas.”
By the time, Walt Whitman Rostow, an economist and political theorist
as well as a trusted CFR agent, wrote a book that immediately
called the attention of the CFR conspirators: The Stages of
Economic Growth: A Non-Communist Manifesto (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1960). Even a cursory look at the book shows
that, of all Latin American countries, Cuba was the only one ready
to jump from a third world undeveloped economy to a fully developed
one. Cuba would have become the Japan of the Caribbean —
but the CFR conspirators hate competition and had other plans.
3. The fact perhaps explains the Catholic Church’s cozy
relations with Castro. The Catholic Church has expressed its “option
of the poor” as one of the basic principles of the Catholic
social teaching, and Castro has been providing the Church with
the raw material it badly needs: the poor.
4. Before creating the reeducation camps for political dissidents
she envisions, Hillary should learn from Cuba. Castroists have
a lot of experience in this field. See, “Hillary: We Really
Need Camps for Adults,” Breitbart.com, March 19,
5. This include stripping prisoners, short-shackling them to a
chain on the floor, forcing them to kneel or stand for long hours,
keeping them in extremes of heat and cold, exposing them to the
elements, savage beatings and confining the rebel prisoners to
small, tomb-like cells (celdas tapiadas). Adding insult to outrage,
the CFR conspirators choose a part of the Cuban territory, the
U.S. base in Guantánamo, to carry out torture practices
similar to the ones Castro’s political prisoners have been
talking about for decades. See, John Barry, Michael Hirsh and
Michael Isikoff, “ The Roots of Torture,” Newsweek
International, May 24, 2004. See also, Jesus Hernandez Cuellar,
“Chronicle of an Unforgettable Agony: Cuba’s Political
Prisons.” Contacto Magazine, September 1996.
6. See, Stephan Archer, “Castro Persecutes Blacks,”
NewsMax.com, May 9. An evidence of the anti-black policies
of the Castroist government is that currently most anti-Castro
dissidents, many of them in jail, are black. The most notorious
case is Dr. Oscar Elias Biscet, a black medical doctor, who was
given a 25-year prison sentence for criticizing the government
and has been in Castros’s jails for several years.
7. The destruction of the family as the highest form of social
unit and its substitution by the tribe — as Castro did in
Cuba — was an important part of the CFR globalists’
plan to destroy America. It was expressed openly by Hillary Clinton
in her words “It Takes A Village to Raise a Child,”
in her remarks made at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago
on August 27, 1996. Twenty years later, America has become a country
of tribes fighting each other: the Republican tribe, the Democratic
tribe, the gay tribe, the Hispanic tribe, the women’s tribe,
etc. Divide and conquer still works.
8. American gay ideologues contended that mandatory AIDS testing
was a form of discrimination against gays that was akin to the
discrimination suffered by segregated blacks in the American South.
(See for example, Richard Mohr, “Policy, Ritual, Purity:
Mandatory AIDS Testing,” in Larry May and Shari Collins
Sharratt, Applied Ethics: A Multicultural Approach (New
Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1994), pp. 374-380.) But, though American
gays were aware of mandatory AIDS testing in Cuba, they never
criticized the Castro government for it.
9. For a detailed analysis of how the CFR conspirators’
agent Fidel Castro used Cuba as a testing ground to implement
their New Gay World Order, see, Servando Gonzalez, Psychological
Warfare and the New World Order (Oakland, California: InteliBooks)
Servando Gonzalez, is a Cuban-born American writer,
historian, semiologist and intelligence analyst. He has written
books, essays and articles on Latin American history, intelligence,
espionage, and semiotics. Servando is the author of Historia
herética de la revolución fidelista, Observando,
Secret Fidel Castro: Deconstructing the Symbol, The
Nuclear Deception: Nikita Khrushchev and the Cuban Missile Crisis
madre de todas las conspiraciones: Una novela de ideas subversivas,
all available at Amazon.com.
He also hosted the documentaries Treason in America: The Council
on Foreign Relations and Partners in Treason: The CFR-CIA-Castro
Connection, produced by Xzault Media Group of San Leandro,
California, both available at the author's site at http://www.servandogonzalez.org.
His book, Psychological Warfare and the New
World Order: The Secret War Against the American People is
available at Amazon.com.
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Servando's book (in Spanish) La CIA, Fidel Castro, el Bogotazo
y el Nuevo Orden Mundial, appeared last year, and is available
and other bookstores online.
His most recent book, I
Dare Call It treason: The Council on Foreign Relations and the
Betrayal of the America, juste appeared and is available
at Amazon.com and other bookstores online.