We’re Still Trying To Overthrow Cuba?
1961 CALLED …
The federal government used a $3 billion a year international HIV prevention program to foment dissent and recruit Cuban revolutionaries, according to an explosive new report from The Associated Press.
The goal? Overthrowing the nation’s communist regime – something they’ve been trying to do for the last fifty-four years.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) – which is responsible for the anti-HIV program – inserted numerous young Central Americans into Cuba under humanitarian pretenses, the AP report reveals. Their real goal? “To generate a network of volunteers for social transformation,” according to a government document obtained by the wire service.
And according to that document, HIV prevention programs offered these young operatives “the perfect excuse” to recruit dissenters.
The federal government’s efforts to influence the thinking of the Cuban people have become downright comical. Last year we picked up on the story of AeroMarti – a multi-million dollar program in which pro-American propaganda (99 percent of which is jammed) is beamed from airplanes into the island nation.
More recently, USAID was busted creating a fake Cuban social media network called ZunZuneo – which was also intended to foment political dissent. In fact the stated goal of the program was to induce a “Cuban Spring” in which mass protests would “renegotiate the balance of power between the state and society.”
This website has consistently opposed the provision of foreign aid from U.S. taxpayers – even when it is offered under honest pretenses. It goes without saying this sort of insanity should never be tolerated.