Chavez: Another Victim of Castro’s High-Tech Political Assassinations?
By Servando Gonzalez
A few days ago, Venezuela's leader Hugo Chavez,
who underwent surgery last June to remove a tumor from his pelvis,
speculated that the United States might have developed a way to
give Latin American leaders cancer, after Argentina's Cristina
Fernandez joined the list of presidents diagnosed with the disease.
Chavez, Fernandez, Paraguay's Fernando Lugo, Brazil's Dilma Rousseff
and former Brazilian leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva have all
been diagnosed recently with cancer. All of them, one way or another,
oppose some of the policies of the NWO globalists.
Unfortunately, however, Chavez didn’t offer any factual
support for his theory. So, I am going to provide some.
Just a perfunctory reading of recent history indicates that the
conspirators who rule America and a large part of the world, have
been eliminating, openly and secretly, world leaders they see
as a threat to the success of their evil plans of world domination.
From John F. Kennedy to the Congo’s Patrice Lumumba, to
the Domican Republic’s Rafael Trujillo, Italy’s Aldo
Moro, and Chile’s Salvador Allende, the cases abound.
I didn’t mention the CIA’s alleged assassination attempts
on Castro for the sole reason that they never happened. There
are many farfetched stories about how dozens of CIA-planned attempts
to assassinate Castro ended in failure. In its investigations
about the allegations, the Senate Committee, chaired by Senator
Frank Church, found “concrete evidence” of eight murder
plots involving the CIA against the Cuban leader. On the other
hand, in August 1975, Castro complained to Senator George McGovern
that the actual number was, in fact, twenty-four. More lately,
however, like rabbits coming out of the magician’s hat,
the number of CIA’s assassination attempts on Castro has
been raised to 638.
This however, is pure fiction. The fact remains that the CIA,
like the gang that couldn’t shoot straight, never managed
to assassinate Castro. The problem with the theory of the CIA’s
attempts of Castro’s life is that the only source of that
information are the CIA and Castro himself, and both have proved
to be very unreliable sources of information. Moreover, both Castro
and the CIA are known to be unashamed liars.
What is absolutely true, though, is that the CIA has developed
sophisticated methods of assassination, among them the inoculation
of transmissible cancer cells as an assassination tool.
It is known that Jack Ruby, the assassin who killed JFK’s
alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, mentioned in several occasions
that he had been inoculated in prison with cancer so he wouldn’t
be able tell the truth about the assassination of President Kennedy.
Though nobody seems to have paid attention to Ruby’s complaints,
it was known later that some researchers at the Ochsner cancer
clinic in New Orleans had developed, under CIA auspices, injectable,
rapidly-developing cancer cells that can be used as bioweapons
to kill people.
Some authors have mentioned that the CIA’s main goal at
the time was using the technology to assassinate Castro. What
they don’t mention, however, is that the CIA shared the
technology with some of their friends, among them their secret
agent Fidel Castro, who has used it over and over on unsuspecting
In an article published in El Nuevo Herald, Cuban writer
in exile Carlos Alberto Montaner, claimed that it is “very
probable” that not only Jorge Más Canosa, the deceased
head of the anti-Castro Cuban American National Foundation, but
also Sebastián Arcos Bergnes and other anti-Castro activists
in the U.S. have been assassinated by Fidel Castro’s thugs
by inoculation of lethal diseases. Arcos, an important dissident
in Castro’s Cuba, died in Miami on November, 1997, after
being allowed to leave a Cuban jail only when his cancer reached
an irreversible stage.
Montaner wrote that the Castro jailers love to torture their prisoners
and often boast about it to others imprisoned for political “crimes.”
On one occasion, his jailers told political prisoner Leonel Morejón
Almagro, “We are going to put you in Sebastián’s
cell so you, too, can get cancer.” When Arcos first became
ill, the prison doctor told him the problem was nothing but bone
fatigue. The pains he suffered gradually grew worse. Then Castro
decided Arcos was beyond the possibility of cure but did not want
him dying as a martyr inside a Cuban prison. So Arcos was allowed
to go to Miami before the cancer killed him.
Cancer is not a transmissible disease; therefore, some people
have speculated that the jailer’s threats to Morejón
indicate that something in the prison cell may have caused it.
Now comes the scariest story. Montaner says that, 19 years ago,
a young Cuban biologist—whom Montaner identifies only as
“David”—on a flight from Sofia, Bulgaria, to
Cuba asked for political asylum in Spain. The next day after his
defection, David approached the Spanish police and told his story,
which was relayed to correspondents, including Montaner. Afterwards,
Montaner obtained an interview with David.
David told Montaner that in Sofia he had been trained in the use
of an effective technology to induce cancer in adversaries Castro
wished to destroy with as little evidence as possible. He said
they called it “the Bulgarian treatment.” The simplest
way was to plant a radioactive isotope in the chair, in which
the target regularly sits, or in an often-worn jacket, or in a
sofa cushion or a mattress, or even in an automobile seat. After
a few months, there was a great likelihood that a cancerous growth
would develop with fatal results.
Most hospitals have such radioactive isotopes, which they ordinarily
use to fight certain types of cancer. These isotopes consist of
tiny metal fibers easily concealed. “The ideal way to cause
a cancer is to plant the isotope and then leave the scene so as
to be far away when the cancer is discovered,” David told
Montaner. Prompted by David’s words,
Montaner recalled some Castro allies and adversaries who died
in unusual circumstances, among them: Major Aldo Vera, shot to
death in a Puerto Rican street; Jose Elías de la Torriente,
shot in Miami; Manuel Artime, political chief of the Bay of Pigs
invaders, who died in exile at age 38 with his lungs mysteriously
destroyed; Rafael García, disappeared at age 41; and Rolando
Masferrer, blown up by a car bomb in Miami in 1975.
Also, among the ones whose deaths many Cubans suspect may have
been the result of Castro’s high-tech foul play are, just
to name a few: writer Virgilio Piñera, who allegedly died
of a heart attack; American reporter Lisa Howard, who died of
an overdose; writer Luis Rogelio (Wichy) Nogueras, who reportedly
died of AIDS; Jorge Más Canosa, Chair of the Cuban American
National Foundation and a man Castro profoundly hated, who died
in 1997 at age 58 from complications of lung cancer; Rafael del
Pino Siero, Castro’s ex-friend and Bogotazo co-conspirator,
who allegedly died of a heart attack (or hanged himself, according
to another version of the story) while in Castro’s jail;
Raúl Chirino, who reportedly committed suicide while was
been interrogated by Castro himself; Beatriz and Laura Allende
(daughter and sister of Chile’s Salvador Allende), who allegedly
committed suicide in Cuba; Onelio Pino, Captain of the yacht Granma,
found dead in his garage under mysterious circumstances; and Castro’s
ex-Interior Minister and fellow drug smuggler General José
Abrahantes, who reportedly died of a heart attack in a Cuban jail.
In his biography about Che Guevara, author Jon Lee Anderson tells
an interesting story which, with the benefit of hindsight, becomes
very significant. In 1974 Hilda Guevara, a very independent woman
and Che’s only daughter with his first wife Hilda Gadea,
left Cuba, and, after living a hippie-like life in several countries,
ended up in Mexico where she married a Mexican guerrilla named
Alberto. Afterwards they came to live in Cuba. But Alberto’s
continued conspiratorial activities against the Mexican government,
Castro’s all-time ally, forced Fidel to ask them to leave.
Eventually Hilda divorced Alberto, and moved back to Cuba with
her two sons, to work in various low-level government positions.
Though loyal to the revolution, Hilda was outspoken about what
she believed were its defects, earning Castro’s disapproval
for her views and personal conduct. When one of her teenaged sons,
a rock musician, became openly critical of Castro and his government,
Hilda’s position in Cuba became very difficult. It is known
that, on several occasions, Castro commented to his close associates
that Hilda was becoming a headache for him. Then, in 1995, Hilda
suddenly died of cancer at the age of thirty-nine. Was Che’s
daughter one of Castro’s high-tech assassination targets?
More recently, Laura Pollan, a member of the dissident group “women
in white,” died under mysterious circumstances. Some people
suspect she was another victim of Castros’s high-tech assassins.
It just does not make any sense that a woman who just two weeks
ago was on the streets receiving brutal blows from the thugs of
the Castro political police would suddenly come down with some
mysterious illness that ends up killing her within a week.
It adds to the suspicions that most of the women who suffered
bruises after the attacks, also became sick. The methods the Cuban
regime used to permanently eliminate one of their most vocal and
dangerous opponents may forever be a mystery, but the fact that
they are capable, willing, and able to indiscriminately murder
their opponents is not.
As Chavez mentioned, some of the Latin American leaders who have
recently been diagnosed with cancer are Argentina's Cristina Fernandez,
Paraguay's Fernando and former Brazilian president Lula da Silva
What Chavez did not mention, however, is that, like himself, all
of them have visited Cuba.
Apparently, Hugo Chavez sincerely believes that Fidel Castro is
one of his best friends. Somebody should tell Chavez that Castro’s
friendship is very unhealthy. It seems that, like Camilo Cienfuegos,
Che Guevara, Salvador Allende, Tony de la Guardia, Arnaldo Ochoa
and many others that would make the list too long, Chavez will
discover Castro’s treachery when it is too late.
An intelligence field in which Fidel Castro proved his mastery
is in recruiting gullible fools under the false flag of fighting
American imperialism, and using them as proxies to do his dirty
job on behalf of his CFR masters. Some of them, like Che Guevara,
eventually smelled a rat, and he had to be terminated with extreme
prejudice. But others became very useful tools. One the most useful
fools Castro has ever recruited is Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez.
Hugo Chavez is the typical Latin American gorilla, a knuckle-dragging
military man, abundant in muscle and lacking in brains. In 2000,
with the secret help of Castro and the CIA, he managed to grab
power in Venezuela. Immediately, following Castro’s advice,
he began a process of destruction of his country very similar
to what Castro has done in Cuba and the CFR conspirators are currently
doing in the United States.
In 2002, opposition against Chavez grew to the point that a group
of the military attempted to overthrow him, but rumors circulated
that the CIA alerted Chavez about the upcoming coup. The CIA strongly
denied it, but on November 24, 2004, State Department Deputy Spokesman
Adam Ereli pointed out, citing a 2002 report of the Office of
Inspector General on U.S. policy toward Venezuela in the run-up
to the coup, that the U.S. Government had alerted the Government
of Venezuela of possible coup attempts, and a credible assassination
In 2004, tired of seen how Chavez’ disastrous policies were
destroying the country, some democratic sectors of the Venezuelan
people called for a referendum. As if on cue, senior CFR agent
Jimmy Carter flew to Venezuela representing his own Carter Center
to monitor the election.
Polls conducted by the very reliable American firm of Penn, Schoen,
and Berland showed Chavez losing by a large margin, but Chavez
claimed victory by a small margin. Widespread cases of irregularities
and evidence of fraud were reported, but Carter saved the day
by legitimizing Chavez fraudulent victory.
After the event, there was speculation that Carter blessed Chavez’s
stolen election to prevent further violence. But one should keep
in mind that Carter was actually protecting the interest of his
CFR masters, and Chavez role as Latin American bogeyman is vital
in the conspirators’ plans for the region.
The Castro-Chavez PSYOP against the peoples of Latin America is
just the continuation of the Castro PSYOP after the diminishing
power of Castro’s influence in the region. Both of them
show the typical use of Hegelian dialectics.
As a result of a the Castro PSYOP, the CFR conspirators fanned
the fear of Castro-communism to push Latin American dominant classes
into the arms of what they considered the lesser of two evils,
the U.S. under their control. This explains why, despite all Castro’s
apparently anti-American activities, the U.S. hegemony in the
region climbed to an all-time high between the 1980s and the mid-1990s.
Even after the fall of the Soviet Union, Castro kept doing a good
job. But then his health began deteriorating until got so sick
that many people augured his imminent death. But, surprisingly,
he began recuperating. Nevertheless, Castro realized that he didn’t
have the stamina to continue doing full time his job on behalf
of his CFR masters, so he passed the torch to his agent Hugo Chavez.
This does not mean that he told Chavez what he was really doing,
but Castro has proven to be a master in manipulating people for
his own benefit.
Further proof that, wittingly of unwittingly, Chavez has been
playing the CFR conspirator’s game is that in an interview
with the editor of the French monthly Le Monde diplomatique,
Ignacio Ramonet, Castro told him that he had saved Chavez life
in April, 2002, when a group in the military tried to overthrow
him with a coup d'ètat. According to Castro, he personally
persuaded the anti-Chavez military to liberate Chavez and reinstall
him in power.
Some liberal “progressives” have strongly criticized
the CIA because it didn’t alert Chavez about the upcoming
coup they knew about. What they don’t mention, however,
is that the CIA helped Col. Hugo Chavez in 1992 when he gave the
coup d’ètat that brought him to power in Venezuela.
Currently, with the support of sub-agent Hugo Chavez, Castro keeps
carrying out an important PSYOP against the peoples of Latin America
on behalf of his CFR masters. The goal of this operation is to
scare the hell out of the ruling classes in Latin America with
the fear of Castro-Chavism.
A large portion of the nationalist Latin American ruling class
fear the growing economic penetration and political influence
of Wall Street and American transnational corporations in their
countries, and were reluctant to accept the new free trade agreements
with the U.S., but they were intimidated by Castro-Chavism’s
ability to mobilize anti-government violence and by Chavez’
use of oil as a blackmail tool. Moreover, some of them simply
don’t want to appear supporting policies favored by “American
They seem to ignore, however, that the CFR conspirators have been
using to their advantage the fear of Castro-Chavism as a strong
factor to force the Latin American leaders they have not been
able to buy or coerce into accepting disastrous policies like
the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Central America
Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), and the coming the Free Trade Area
of the Americas (FTAA), as the lesser of two evils.
The Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) and the Free
Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) are just previous steps towards
the creation, first of the North American Union. It will comprise
Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, and later of the American Union,
which will extend from Alaska to Patagonia. The American Union,
under the total control of the Wall Street bankers and oil magnates
through their international financial organizations —and,
if necessary, with the help of the U.S. military— will bring
the destruction of the economies of the Latin America countries,
the extinction of the middle classes, the enrichment of a few
and the impoverishing of workers and farmers . . . exactly as
Castro has done in the Cuba.
It seems that, despite that Chavez has played his role to perfection,
the CFR conspirators who put him in power in Venezuela don’t
need him anymore. Therefore, they have decided to throw him under
the bus, and Castro specializes in doing the dirty work for the
 For the whole story about how the CIA recruited Castro in
early 1948 and how the CFR conspirators have been using him since
as a secret agent provocateur, see my Psychological
Warfare and the New World Order.
 See, Jonathan T. Stride, “Castro Said to the Using Cancer
Instigating Weapons of Warfare,” The Yara News,
December 30, 1997, http://www2.fiu.edu/~fcf/cancercastro123097.html
 See, http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2004/38758.htm.
 Steven F. Hayward, “The Carter-Chavez Connection,”
Front Page Magazine, August 26, 2004, http://188.8.131.52/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=11657.
 Carlos Alberto Montaner, “Lo que el golpe unió
lo desunirá la muerte,” El Nuevo Herald,
April 23, 2006.
Servando Gonzalez is a Cuban-born American writer, 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, The Secret Fidel Castro, The Nuclear Deception
and La madre de todas las conspiraciones, all available
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.
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