July 19, 2018

RAUL CASTRO: MY DREAM IS TO DROP THREE ATOMIC BOMBS ON NEW YORK CITY

The Administration of Obama in his regenerative agenda of the terrorist and subversive system historically directed by the USSR / Russia and Cuba around the world against the United States among one of his malignant steps, caused the State Department to remove Cuba from the List of Terrorist Countries and immediately afterwards reestablished diplomatic and commercial relations with the regime that the Russians maintain in Havana.

The restoration of diplomatic relations at the Embassy level with the regime imposed by the USSR in Cuba more than 60 years ago has materialized and overlooked a series of concrete actions that the Cuban regime following instructions and military equipment uses as nuclear blackmail against the National Security of the United States:

Let’s analyze these points:

Reason # 1

HAARP ( High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) was a little-known, but critically important U.S. military defense project which generated quite a bit of controversy over its alleged weather control capabilities and much more.  HAARP electromagnetic weapons are capable of being used in warfare to control the weather, to cause earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis and to disrupt global communications systems.  Cuba has such capabilities also, in the Meteorological State Modification Center known as “Pronto Auxilio”.  And now we have confirmed its location using satellite visual technology.  Maps and photos are provided below.

For years the Tupelov TU-95 and TU-195 had been flying with hostile purpose in the Gulf of Mexico using bases in Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela and soon Mexico will have a Russian base.

The visits of the Russian Minister of Defense to Cuba and those of Colonel Alejandro Castro Espin with a group of militia specialists in Cybernetic War to Russia, show that the bases of Intelligence and Russian naval units have modernized and are more active: Cuba is geographically convenient for cyber-attacks on the United States but also, the increased delivery of fuel by the Russians to Cuba has facilitated the intense activity of the Meteorological State Modification Center known as “Pronto Auxilio” which has been able to produce the strange meteorological phenomena that we have been witnesses recently. This Center coded by the CIA as “Woodpecker” is now active. The map with the exact location on a military map of Cuba shows us its location and subordination to the Military Unit 1779 (Air Base of San Antonio de los Banos), also this same air base serves as the base of operations for the TU-195, planes that patrol the South and the Atlantic coast of the United States, during the Obama administration these planes violated the airspace of the United States repeatedly, as reported by the Department of Defense.

The “Pronto Auxilio Point” on the Cuba Air Force map. Headquarter for Weather Modification Center

Weather Modification Center Headquarter code “Pronto Auxilio” in Quicken located at: Lat North 22 degree 81 minutes 42.40 seconds West -82 degree 43 minutes07.95 seconds. Found by Ed Prida

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The Pronto Auxilio view from higher altitude.

High Altitude Ionization Antennas Fields Lat North 22.880452, Lon West -82.402640 La Salud

REASON # 2

Cuba has received from Russia more than three years ago, under the deception of making a container base in the Mariel port, medium-range missiles, drones, radars, anti-aircraft missiles with their driving equipment and guidance that can all be transported and hidden in containers in trucks, merchant ships, railroads or in conventional storage areas, but ready to be used against the United States.

Russian misiles hidden inside the container designed like illegal nuclear weapons to attack United States from Cuba and Venezuela.

The monitoring of this area of this port results in no movement of ships and containers. The containers are the same in the last two years. Also they built sub terrain facility very close to the Mariel port, no Cuban is working in this place, just Russians.

Reason # 3

Cuba has further strengthened relations with the Arab-Muslim world to the level of allowing an Arab mosque to be built in a central location in the capital, contrary to its Marxist and atheist ideological orientation. Rather, this is a symbolic fact to demonstrate his political unity with the Arab Muslim terrorists. Iran and Saudi Arabic extremist Muslims that are in Cuba.

Reason # 5

Cuba exerts influence through the political and cultural subversion used in several countries of Africa, South America and the Caribbean such as Angola, Congo, South Africa, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Guyana, Haiti, Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico, Santo Domingo, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Haiti, Puerto Rico, etc.

Reason # 6

Recently, in order to diminish the activity of the American diplomats, Cuba has used sonic energy to create neurological disturbances to the American diplomatic personnel in the Island, with the objective of reducing the number of diplomats and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba offers absurd and absurd justifications blaming the insects that emit this same frequency and these insects cause these damages, all foreign and out of control of the Cuban State.

Sample of Sonic Energy used against the Americans and Canadian Diplomatics in Havana, Cuba.

Reason #4

Not outside the context of the aggressiveness and historical irresponsibility displayed by the Soviet and Cuban rulers, is the crime committed against the United States,  the assassination of President JFK. This crime becomes evident when discovering in the last years the reason why JFK was murdered and the Cubans and Soviets that participated in the organization and execution of the event, in American territory demonstrated with documents and photos where the participants with faces are identified and changed hair. This crime, as we all know, marks forever the Contemporary History.

Ready to the mission against United States. Soviet Amassador Alexei Alexeiev, Commander Ernesto Guevara and the “happy celebrity” Captain Emilio Aragones.

Commander Aldo Margolles Duenas

NARA Record Number: 104-10308-10143

RAUL JAIMO DIAZ ARGUELLES Y GARCIA

The Havana’s Cuba Boy infiltrated Captain Emilio Aragones and Commander Raul Diaz Arguelles visiting the training military facility where the Cubans to attack Cuba in December 1, 1963. Pedro Encinosa and General Erneido Oliva members of the 2506 Brigade, in the picture.

Fake nose, hears, and chip.

Captain Victor Pina Cardoso f, the Master Mind Spy from KGB and Cuba fake name like a Consul in Mexico with the name of Eusebio Lopez Azcue. Supervising how Jack Ruby killed Harvey Lee Oswald inside of the Police Office in Dallas, Texas.

Victor Pina (Eugenio Lopez Azcue) Cuba/KGB Master Spy inside the Dallas Police Office when Jack Ruby shouted against Lee Harvey Oswald. NBC Picture.

NBC took in Nov 24, 1963 at 10: 34 pm. The picture and they wrote that some Jewish journalist was impersonating Jack Ruby. He is not a Jewish journalist; really he is a Havana’s Cuban Boy Captain Victor Pina Cardoso, the Master Mind and Chief of this Operation. The right picture is Jack Ruby and the left picture is Victor Pina with hairs. Ed Prida .

Very surprise scene!!!….in the background in the first place Captain Emilio Aragones, in his back Commander Aldo Margolles and in the right the Commander Abelardo “Furry” Colome Ibarra. Why they are watching the motorcade…are they supporter and fan of the President JFK?

The Commander Abelardo Colome in the top left, Captain Emilio Aragones with the red arrow and in his back Aldo Margolles. Do you need more evidence to consider that Khruschev and Castro conspired to kill JFK.

There are thousands of documents, pictures and logic arguments what probe the direct participation in four attempts in Washington with Commander Juan Moleon Cabrera and First Liutenet Quintin Pino Machado, in Chicago Aldo Margolles, Raul Diaz Arguelles, Aldo Margolles and Abelardo Colome Ibarra. In Tampa Captain Fabian Escalante Font, Aldo Margolles and Raul Diaz Arguelles. Finally in Dallas Quintin Pino Machado, Abelardo Colome Ibarra, Aldo Margolles, Fabian Escalante and Captain Victor Pina.

  • Colonel Nikolai Leonov
  • Colonel Oleg Nachiporenko
  • Colonel Georgi Bolshakov
  • Colonel Valery Kostikov
  • Colonel Pavel Yatzov
  • Colonel Yuri Montinsky

They were playing football in the backyard of the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City at 12:30 pm on November 22, 1963. Why KGB/GRU’s Colonels appointed in Washington and Havana were playing football in Mexico City?

Beside the car the KGB section Z Colonel Valery Kostikov.

Many Cubans remember this VW property of Captain Victor Pina Cardoso. He drove this car until General Raul Castro in 1984 gave him a FIAT Polsky 600 CC to replace his old car. I drove this car many times, when Captain Pina visited my home.

REASON #5

Cuba received from the USSR, illegally and secretly in the year 1986-87 (information sent by me at that time) medium-range missiles of type SS-22, which should have been destroyed under the SALT-II Treaty, as the Pershing deployed by NATO in Europe.

President George Bush senior talked with Mikhail Gorbachov by the “Hot Line” about these issues. This phone conversation was very strong and must have been recorded in the White House. Never has been published. Robert Novak wrote about this information in the Washington Post.

Proof that these missiles existed in Cuba, were recently detected in the Panama Canal, hidden among sacks of sugar sent to North Korea to be modernized. The Press classifies them as obsolete material, which is not true, they are capable of killing thousands or millions of people even without being precise and modernized.

This nexus of Cuba and North Korea highlights the coordination and objectives that both regimes have to attack the United States surprisingly. Everything said, reinforces itself when in moments of tension the North Korea Minister of Foreign Affairs Ri Yong Ho goes to Cuba (to reaffirm the order of attack both countries)

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SS-22 Medium Range Nuclear Missiles illegally are in Cuba ready to attack the United States. Cuba received 24 missiles and deployed in  La Campana close to Cienfuegos’ Soviet Naval Base in Cuba. Some years after the deployment one missile by accident exploded and killed around 70 persons in the La Campana encampment in 2005.

A Cuban foreign ministry statement said Cuba reaffirmed its commitment to “peace, disarmament, including nuclear disarmament, and respect for international law”.

It said the vessel was carrying 240 tonnes of obsolete defensive weapons – two anti-aircraft missile complexes, nine missiles in parts and spares, two MiG-21 bis fighter planes and 15 MiG engines.

The Cuban statement said they were all made in the mid-20th Century and were to be repaired and returned to Cuba.

“The agreements subscribed by Cuba in this field are supported by the need to maintain our defensive capacity in order to preserve national sovereignty,” 

Cuba lies because these are not anti aircraft missiles, those missiles are SS-22. If those missiles are obsolete, why did they send to repair. They have 21 more in Cuba. Why these missiles had to be hidden between the sugar bags, if this kind of weapons are legal?

Cuba maintains a active network of military and political intelligence, subversive, technological, scientific, academic, cultural and political force of thousands of men and women, Cubans and other nationalities. (See list of spies published by the DIA) Known & Suspected Cuban Intelligence Officers and Agents in Eurasia 1

Updated June 24, 2012

Giraldo Abreu Morales

Ramon Aja Castro

Alina Alayo Amaro

Carlos Alfaras Varela

Roberto Alvarez Barrera

Miguel Amantegui Perez

Jose Antonio Arbesu Fraga

Ricardo Azcuy Rodriguez

Enrique Benavides Santos

Alberto Betancourt Roa

Orlando Boullon Castellon

Orlando Cabrera Garcia

Ricardo Belen Cabrisas Ruiz

Pedro Brugues Ortega

Juan Carretero Ibanez

Benigno Castellar Sanchez

Moises Cheni Plaza

Dr. Carlos Diaz Larranaga

Jose Diaz Puga

Alberto Diaz Vigo

Ricardo Espino Martinez

Manuel Estevez Perez

Ulises Estrada

Oscar Fajardo Garcia

Cristobal Fajardo Rabasa

Tomas Fernandez Cisneros

Jose Fernandez Perez

Ramon Fernandez Rodriguez

Manuel Figueral Prado

Raul Fornell Delgado

Armando Galan Arias

Mauro Garcia Triana

Mario Garcia Vazquez

Saul Gonzalez

Wilfredo Gonzalez Ramirez

Manuel Guillot Perez

Aleida Gutierrez Acequera

Francisco Iglesias Iglersias

Pedro Miguel Lobaina-Jimenez de Castro

Armando Lopez Orta

Virgilio Lazaro Lora Quesada

Menocal Luis Martinez

Pedro Machado Fernandez

Gustavo Machin Gomez

Roberto Mulet del Valle

Martin Navarro Baez

Jose Luis Ojalvo

Gregorio M. Ortega Suarez

Luis Palacios Rodriguez

Rene Perez Acosta

Antonio Perez Caneiro

Jose Luis Perez Hernandez

Adalberto Quintana Suarez

Pedro Luis Pineiro Eirin

Jose Antonio Rabaza Vazquez

Francisco Ramos Alvarez

Luis Reyes Mas

Aldo Rodriguez Camps

Rene Rodriguez Cruz

Eduardo Rodriguez Diaz

Fermin Rodriguez Paz

Alfonso Rodriguez Perez

Mario Roque Tariche

Raul Samper

Carlos Sanchez Bosquet

Armando Arle Sanchez Castro

Eduardo Sanchez Pena

Guido Sanchez Robert

Pablo de Jesus Sarduy Darias

Jorge Solis

Dario Urra

Jacinto Vasquez de la Garza

Raul Valdes Vivo

Augustin Vargas Vargas

Fernando Vecino Alegret

Ernesto Wong

Raul Ceferino Zayas Linares

Reynaldo Zepeda Hernandez

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Known & Suspected Cuban Officers and Agents in Latin America & the Caribbean 12

Updated February 20, 2016

Bienvenido Abierno

Juan Emilio Aboy

Ortelio Abrahantes Bacallao

José Abrantes Fernández

Ramiro Abreu Quintana

Manuel Abstengo Carmenate

Jose Raul Acosta Campuzano

Juan Acosta

Teofilo A. Acosta Rodriguez

Philip Agee

Manuel Agramonte Sanchez

Uver Angel Aguilar Sanchez

Ramon Aja Castro

Alina Alayo Amaro

Carlos Alfonso Gonzalez

Alejandro Alonso

Guillermo Alonso Pujol

Percy Francisco Alvarado Godoy

Carlos Conrado de Jesus Alvarado Marin

Roberto Regalado Alvarez

Lazaro Amaya La Puente

Armando Tomas Amieva Dalboys

Carlos Eugenio Antelo Perez

Raul Aparicio Nogales

Guillermo Arastaguia Fundora

Jose Antonio Arbesu Fraga

Andres Armona Ramos

Damian Arteaga Hernandez

Noel Ascanio Montero

Juan Rafael Astorga Frometa

Francisco Avila Azcuy

Roberto Azanza Paez

Eusebio Azcue Lopez

German Barreiro Carames

Gonzalo Bassols Suarez

Jesus Bermudez Cutino

Frank Bestard

Alberto Betancourt Roa

Jorge Bolanos Suarez

Alberto Boza-Hidalgo Gato

Emilio Brito

Orlando Brito Pestana

Miguel Brugueras del Valle

Angel Brugues Perez

Javier Martinez Buduen

Ricardo Cabrera Amoedo

Alberto Silvio Cabrera Barrio

Ricardo Belen Cabrisas Ruiz

Martin Tomas Cala

Maria del Carmen y Ruiz

Luisa Calderon Carralero

Armando Campos Ginesta

Raúl Antonio Capote

Osvaldo Cardenas Junquera

Sergio Cardona Illizastigui

Julio Carranza Valdés

Juan Carretero Ibanez

Jorge Castaneda

Jose Nivaldo Causse Perez

Joaquin Penton Cejas

Julio Sergio Cervantes Padilla

Carlos Sixto Chain Soler

Enrique Miguel Cicard Labrada

Carlos Coello

Jose Manuel Collera Vento

Carlos Manuel Collazo Usallan

Abelardo Colome Ibarra

Fernando Pascual Comas Perez

Julio Concepción González

Luis Conte Aguero

Omar Ramon Cordoba Rivas

Vladimir Cruz

Luis Ismael Cruz Arce

Jose de Jesus Cruz Gonzalez

Ramon Cesar Cuenca Montoto

Mario Dagoberto Diaz Orgaz

Roque Dalton Garcia

Rafael Dausa Cespedes

Manuel de Beunza Rivero

Rene de los Santos

Ramiro del Rio

Adrian Francisco Delgado Gonzalez

Eduardo Delgado Rodriguez Izquierdo

Maria Cristina Delgado Suarez

Luis Felipe Denis Diaz

Gaston Diaz Evarista

Carlos Andres Diaz Larranaga

Santiago Eduardo Diaz Paez

Alberto Diaz Vigo

Antonio Diegues

Jose Dirceu de Oliveira de Silva

Helmut Domenech Gonzalez

Fabian Escalante Font

Ricardo Escartin Fernandez

Hector Esplugas Valdes

Mario Estebes Gonzales

Armando Ulises Estrada Fernandez

Heriberto Falcon Medina

Pedro Farinas Diaz

Osmin Fernandez Concepcion

Luis Fernandez de Ona

Gonzalo Fernandez Garay

Luis Fernandez Ojeda

Antonio Brunol Fernandez Pajon

Roberto Fernandez Vasquez

Jose Fernandez Vilela

Jorge Antonio Ferrera Diaz

Carlos Fleites

Raul Fornell Delgado

Humberto Omar Francis Pardo

Juan Francisco Fernandez

Olga Francisco

Ruben Rafael Franco Gonzalez

Arsenio Franco Villanueva

Osmel Fuentes Lavin

Guillermo “Bill” Gaede

Rico Galan

Hector Pascual Gallo Portielles

Julio Cesar Gandarilla Bermejo

Alfredo Garcia Almeida

Gilberto García Alonso

Fernando Garcia Bielsa

Enrique Garcia Diaz

Jose Antonio Garcia Lara

Oscar Garcia Manzano

Jorge E. Garcia-Bango Dirube

Justo Cesar Gelabert Martinez

Jose Gomez Abad

Fernandez Gondin

Fernando Gonzalez

Marta A. Gonzalez

Raul Gonzalez

René González Sehwerert

Saul Gonzalez

Caridad Perez Gonzalez

Francisco Gonzalez Garcia

Jose Gonzalez Marrero

Carlos Alberto Gonzalez Mendez

Elicio Gonzalez Moreno

Flavio Delfin Gonzalez Nunez

Pedro Silvio Gonzalez Perez

Pedro Gonzalez Pineiro

Wilfredo Gonzalez Ramirez

Victor M. Gonzalez Valdes

Gines Silvio Gorriz

Alfredo Victor Guerra Fernandez

Francisco Guerrero Veliz

Arturo Guzman Nolasco

Abel Haidar Elias

Geraldo Hernandez

Juan Hernandez Acen

Linda Hernandez

Nilo Hernandez

Rafael Hernández

Roberto Hernandez Caballero

Tomás Hernández Cruz

Norberto Hernandez Curbelo

Eduardo Hernandez Gispert

Luis Hernandez Ojeda

Daniel Enrique Herrera Perez

Manuel Hevia Cosculluela

Jose Miguel Hidalgo Rodriguez

Ramon Hurtado

Rogelio Iglesias Patino

Robert Infante Pupu

Jose Imperatori

Elpidio Interian Comezanes

Néstor García Iturbe

Jesus Jimenez Escobar

Florentino Jimenez Padron

Herberto Jorrin Munoz

Thelma King

Roberto Koro

Guillermo Jimenez Soler

Jorge Luis Joa Campos

Ramon Labanino

Jose R. Labrada Torres

Ida Paz Lago

Jose Lain Martin Gonzalez

Roberto Lasalle

Jose Francisco Llagostera Garcia

Pedro Miguel Lobaina-Jimenez de   Castro

Antonio Lopez

Adis Lopez Cervino

Julian Lopez Diaz

Armando Lopez Orta

Alfredo Luis del Valle

Jose Luis Ponce

Jorge Luis Rodriguez

Virgilio Lora

Ivan Luis

Remijio Luna

Felix Luna Mederos

Pedro Machado Fernandez

Gustavo Machin Gomez

Oscar Madruga

Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz

Manuel Celestino Marcano Carrasquel

Eduardo Martinez Borbonet

Roberto Marquez Orozco

Adelfo Martin

Sergio Martin Vidal

Manuel Martinez Galan

Sergio Manuel Martínez González

Fernando Martinez Heredia

Jose Maria Martinez Tamayo

Rene Martinez Tamayo

Jorge Ricardo (Jorge) Masetti

Jorge Ricardo (Ricardo) Masetti

Jorge Luis Mayo Fernandez

Jose Mendez Cominches

Tomas Isaac Mendez Parra

Enrique Miguel Mesa Levis

Felix Martin Milanes Fajardo

Jennifer Miles

Rafael Mirabel Fernandez

Alfredo Mirabell Diaz

Luis Molina

Luis Raul Molina Montes de Oca

Luis Mones Lafita

Michael Montanez

Renan Montero Corrales

Ana Belen Montes

Arqueles Morales Mendoza

Omar Morales Bazo

Miguel More Santana

Pepe Nova

Julian Novas Fernandez

Rafael Nunez

Alwin Artilano Odio Tamayo

Jose Ojeda Santana

Julio Cesar Oliva Perdueles

Manolo Orgalles

Ramon Oroza Naberan

Isaac Orrantia Orrantia

Dario Ortega

Rodolfo Paez Perez

Orlando Pantoja Tamayo

Ida Borja Paz Escalante de Gomez

Jose Paz Novas

Victor Pena

Leda Elvira Peña Hernández

Joaquin Rodobaldo Penton Cejas

Orlando F. Pereira Gonzalez

Santiago Perez

Jose Ramon Perez Ayala

Ernesto Perez DeCardenas

Earle Perez Friman

Luis Jesus Perez Martinez

Alfredo Jose Perez Rivero

Ramón Pérez Soria

Gerardo Perez Tejera

Alejandro Pila Alonso

Ricardo Porfirio Pimentel Roger

Pedro Luis Pineiro Eirin

Manuel Pineiro Losada

Berta Louisa Pla y Badia

Jose Luis Posada Torres

Orlando Prendes Gutierrez

Eugenio Prieto Valido

Carlos Puig Espinosa

Raul Pujol

Adalberto Quintana Suarez

Daniel Rafuls

Vivian Rafuls

Julio A. Ramirez Otero

Fernando Ravelo Renedo

Oscar Redondo Toledo

Osvaldo Relova Penichet

Juan Manuel Reyes Alonso

Raul Reyes Goicochea

Jorge E. Reyes Vega

Pedro Anibal Riera Escalante

Jose Miguel Roa

Raul Rodriguez Averhoff

Juan Manuel Rodriguez Camejo

Rene Rodriguez-Cruz

Ramiro Rodriguez Gomez

Ramiro Rodriguez Gonzalez

Rogelio Rodriguez Lopez

Juan Carlos Rodriguez Lueje

Jose Rodriguez Rodriguez

Charles Romeo

Mauricio Rosencoff

Juan Pablo Roque

Jose Francisco Ross Paz

Tania Rouco de Zayas

Alberto Manuel Ruiz

Alfredo Ruiz

Angel Ruiz

Orestes Guillermo Ruiz Perez

Homero Saker Rivero

Jaime Salas

Lino Fernando Salazar Chia

Ovidio Sama Viamonte

Ernesto Samper

Gilermo Samper

George Sanchez

Ramon Sanchez-Parodi Montoto

German Sanchez Otero

Gerardo Sanchez Robert

Carlos Manuel Lazaro Felix Sanchez y Basquet

Roberto Santiago Humet

Roberto Santiesteban Casanova

Joseph Santos

Ismael Sene Alegret

Pedro Serrat

Orlando Silva Fors

Amarylis Silverio Santos

Ramon Sinobas Casado

Juan Enrique Sosa Mompie

Mario Sosa Navarro

Amado Nicolas Soto Garcia

Carlos Augusto Suanes Flexas

Felix Suarez More

Edmundo Suarez Hernandez

Luis Suarez Salazar

Johana Tablada

Romilio Tambutti

Jorge Timossi Corbani

Armando Torres Mesones

Julian Torres Rizo

Neuris Trutie

Teudys Trutie Matilla

Dario Urra Torriente

Ramiro Valdes Menendez

Juan Valdés Paz

Edgardo Obdulio Valdes Suarez

Oreste Varela

Michael Vazquez Montes de Oca

Manuel Eugenio Vega Perez

Gustavo Veliz Olivares

Ernesto Vera

Ilya Felicia Villar Martinez

Ricardo Villareal

Felix Wilson Hernandez

Carlos Rafael Zamora Rodriguez

Tania Rouco de Zayas

Raul Ceferino Zayas Linares

Known & Suspected Cuban Officers and Agents in the US or Canada 12

Last Updated:  December 13, 2013

Bienvenido Abierno

Juan Emilio Aboy

Jose Abrahantes Fernandez

Ramiro Abreu Quintana

Jose Raul Acosta Campuzano

Juan Acosta

Teofilo A. Acosta Rodriguez

Philip Agee

Manuel Agramonte Sanchez

Uver Angel Aguilar Sanchez

Ramon Aja Castro

Alina Alayo Amaro

Carlos Alfonso Gonzalez

Alejandro Alonso

Guillermo Alonso Pujol

Percy Francisco Alvarado Godoy

Carlos Conrado de Jesus Alvarado Marin

Lazaro Amaya La Puente

Armando Tomas Amieva Dalboys

Carlos Eugenio Antelo Perez

Raul Aparicio Nogales

Guillermo Arastaguia Fundora

Jose Antonio Arbesu Fraga

Jesus Arboleya Cervera

Andres Armona Ramos

Damian Arteaga Hernandez

Noel Ascanio Montero

Juan Rafael Astorga Frometa

Francisco Avila Azcuy

Roberto Azanza Paez

Eusebio Azcue Lopez

German Barreiro Carames

Gonzalo Bassols Suarez

Jesus Bermudez Cutino

Frank Bestard

Alberto Betancourt Roa

Jorge Bolanos Suarez

Emilio Brito

Orlando Brito Pestana

Alberto Boza-Hidalgo Gato

Miguel Brugueras del Valle

Angel Brugues Perez

Rolando Salup Canto

Ricardo Cabrera Amoedo

Alberto Silvio Cabrera Barrio

Ricardo Belen Cabrisas Ruiz

Martin Tomas Cala

Armando Campos Ginesta

Osvaldo Cardenas Junquera

Sergio Cardona Illizastigui

Julio Carranza Valdés

Luis Carrera Martorell

Jose Nivaldo Causse Perez

Joaquin Penton Cejas

Sergio Cervantes

Carlos Sixto Chain Soler

Enrique Miguel Cicard Labrada

Carlos Coello

Alberto Coll

Carlos Manuel Collazo Usallan

Odilia Collazo Valdes

Abelardo Colome Ibarra

Fernando Pascual Comas Perez

Luis Conte Aguero

Omar Ramon Cordoba Rivas

Angelica Cruz

Vladimir Cruz

Luis Ismael Cruz Arce

Jose de Jesus Cruz Gonzalez

Ramon Cesar Cuenca Montoto

Roque Dalton Garcia

Rafael Dausa Cespedes

Manuel de Beunza Rivero

Rene de los Santos

Ramiro del Rio

Adrian Francisco Delgado Gonzalez

Eduardo Delgado Rodriguez Izquierdo

Luis Felipe Denis Diaz

Gaston Diaz Evarista

Carlos Andres Diaz Larranaga

Alberto Diaz Vigo

Antonio Diegues

Jose Dirceu de Oliveira de Silva

Helmut Domenech Gonzalez

Fabian Escalante Font

Ricardo Escartin Fernandez

Hector Esplugas Valdes

Mario Estebes Gonzales

Armando Ulises Estrada Fernandez

Pedro Farinas Diaz

Osmin Fernandez Concepcion

Luis Fernandez de Ona

Gonzalo Fernandez Garay

Luis Fernandez Ojeda

Antonio Brunol Fernandez Pajon

Roberto Fernandez Vasquez

Jose Fernandez Vilela

Carlos Fleites

Raul Fornell Delgado

Humberto Omar Francis Pardo

Juan Francisco Fernandez

Olga Francisco

Ruben Rafael Franco Gonzalez

Arsenio Franco Villanueva

Osmel Fuentes Lavin

Guillermo “Bill” Gaede

Hector Pascual Gallo Portielles

Julio Cesar Gandarilla Bermejo

Alfredo Garcia Almeida

Fernando Garcia Bielsa

Enrique Garcia Diaz

Nestor Garcia Iturbe

Jose Antonio Garcia Lara

Oscar Garcia Manzano

Jorge E. Garcia-Bango Dirube

George Gari

Marisol Gari

Justo Cesar Gelabert Martinez

Jose Gomez Abad

Fernandez Gondin

Fernando Gonzalez Llort

Marta A. Gonzalez

Raul Gonzalez

Rene Gonzalez Sehwerert

Saul Gonzalez

Francisco Gonzalez Garcia

Jose Gonzalez Marrero

Carlos Alberto Gonzalez Mendez

Elicio Gonzalez Moreno

Flavio Delfin Gonzalez Nunez

Pedro Silvio Gonzalez Perez

Pedro Gonzalez Pineiro

Wilfredo Gonzalez Ramirez

Victor M. Gonzalez Valdes

Gines Silvio Gorriz

Alfredo Victor Guerra Fernandez

Antonio Guerrero Rodriguez

Arturo Guzman Nolasco

Abel Haidar Elias

Gerardo Hernandez Nordelo

Juan Hernandez Acen

Linda Hernandez

Nilo Hernandez

Rafael Hernández

Norberto Hernandez Curbelo

Eduardo Hernandez Gispert

Luis Hernandez Ojeda

Manuel Hevia Cosculluela

Jose Miguel Hidalgo Rodriguez

Ramon Hurtado

Rogelio Iglesias Patino

Robert Infante Pupu

Jose Imperatori

Elpidio Interian Comezanes

Jesus Jimenez Escobar

Florentino Jimenez Padron

Herberto Jorrin Munoz

Roberto Koro

Guillermo Jimenez Soler

Jorge Luis Joa Campos

Ramon Labanino Salazar

Jose R. Labrada Torres

Jose Lain Martin Gonzalez

Roberto Lasalle

Jose Francisco Llagostera Garcia

Pedro Miguel Lobaina-Jimenez de Castro

Antonio Lopez

Adis Lopez Cervino

Julian Lopez Diaz

Arturo López-Levy

Armando Lopez Orta

Jorge Luis Rodriguez

Virgilio Lazaro Lora Quesada

Ivan Luis

Remijio Luna

Felix Luna Mederos

Pedro Machado Fernandez

Gustavo Machin Gomez

Oscar Madruga

Manuel Celestino Marcano Carrasquel

Roberto Marquez Orozco

Adelfo Martin

Eduardo Martinez Borbonet

Manuel Martinez Galan

Fernando Martinez Heredia

Jose Maria Martinez Tamayo

Rene Martinez Tamayo

Jorge Ricardo Masetti (“Jorge”)

Jorge Ricardo Masetti (“Ricardo”)

Jose Mendez Cominches

Enrique Miguel Mesa Levis

Felix Martin Milanes Fajardo

Jennifer Miles

Rafael Mirabel Fernandez

Alfredo Mirabell Diaz

Luis Molina

Luis Mones Lafita

Michael Montanez

Renan Montero Corrales

Ana Belen Montes

Mario Monzon Barata

Arqueles Morales Mendoza

Miguel More Santana

Pepe Nova

Julian Novas Fernandez

Alwin Artilano Odio Tamayo

Jose Ojeda Santana

Julio Cesar Oliva Perdueles

Manolo Orgalles

Ramon Oroza Naberan

Isaac Orrantia Orrantia

Dario Ortega

Rodolfo Paez Perez

Orlando Pantoja Tamayo

Ida Borja Paz Escalante de Gomez

Jose Paz Novas

Victor Pena

Joaquin Rodobaldo Penton Cejas

Orlando F. Pereira Gonzalez

Santiago Perez

Jose Ramon Perez Ayala

Ernesto Perez DeCardenas

Earle Perez Friman

Luis Jesus Perez Martinez

Alfredo Jose Perez Rivero

Gerardo Perez Tejera

Alejandro Pila Alonso

Ricardo Porfirio Pimentel Roger

Pedro Luis Pineiro Eirin

Manuel Pineiro Losada

Berta Louisa Pla y Badia

Jose Luis Posada Torres

Orlando Prendes Gutierrez

Eugenio Prieto Valido

Carlos Puig Espinosa

Raul Pujol

Adalberto Quintana Suarez

Daniel Rafuls

Vivian Rafuls

Julio A. Ramirez Otero

Fernando Ravelo Renedo

Oscar Redondo Toledo

Osvaldo Relova Penichet

Juan Manuel Reyes Alonso

Raul Reyes Goicochea

Jorge E. Reyes Vega

Pedro Anibal Riera Escalante

Raul Rodriguez Averhoff

Juan Manuel Rodriguez Camejo

Rene Rodriguez-Cruz

Ramiro Rodriguez Gomez

Ramiro Rodriguez Gonzalez

Rogelio Rodriguez Lopez

Juan Carlos Rodriguez Lueje

Jose Rodriguez Rodriguez

Charles Romeo

Juan Pablo Roque

Jose Francisco Ross Paz

Tania Rouco de Zayas

Alberto Manuel Ruiz

Alfredo Ruiz

Angel Ruiz

Orestes Guillermo Ruiz Perez

Albor Ruiz Salazar

Homero Saker Rivero

Jaime Salas

Lino Fernando Salazar Chia

Ovidio Sama Viamonte

Gilermo Samper

George Sanchez

Ramon Sanchez-Parodi

German Sanchez Otero

Gerardo Sanchez Robert

Carlos Manuel Lazaro Felix Sanchez y Basquet

Roberto Santiago Humet

Roberto Santiesteban Casanova

Joseph Santos

Pedro Serrat

Orlando Silva Fors

Amaryllis Silverio Santos

Ramon Sinobas Casado

Nicolas Alberto Sirgado Ross

Juan Enrique Sosa Mompie

Mario Sosa Navarro

Amado Nicolas Soto Garcia

Carlos Augusto Suanes Flexas

Felix Suarez More

Edmundo Suarez Hernandez

Luis Suarez Salazar

Johana Tablada

Romilio Tambutti

Frank E. Terpil

Jorge Timossi Corbani

Cosme Torres Espinosa

Armando Torres Mesones

Julian Torres Rizo

Neuris Trutie

Teudys Trutie Matilla

Dario Urra Torriente

Juan Gabriel Valdes

Ramiro Valdes Menendez

Juan Valdés Paz

Edgardo Obdulio Valdes Suarez

Oreste Valera

Michael Vazquez Montes de Oca

Manuel Eugenio Vega Perez

Juan Velasco Alvarado

Pedro Luis Veliz Martinez

Pedro Jesus Vidaurreta Font

Napoleón Vilaboa

Ilya Felicia Villar Martínez

Ricardo Villareal

Félix Wilson Hernandez

Hugo Ernesto Yedra Día

Ref:

https://cubaconfidential.wordpress.com/cuban-intelligence-personnel/known-suspected-cuban-officers-and-agents-in-the-us-or-canada/

Reason # 9

The participation of Cuba in the last subversive offensive of the KGB, designed and implemented by its Chief Yuri Andropov with the introduction of HIV using the mentally ill and prisoners of long criminal imprisonment infected by the Medical Services of the KGB in May 1980 during the stampede created by the intelligence services of Cuba and the USSR known as Crisis del Mariel, with the shipment of 120,000 Cubans as refugees.

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A Civil War stated in Cuba in May 1980. Attacks with rock and tools against the neighbor who want to leave the country…many peoples dies and other suffered the terror of the attack.

Reason # 6

These are the threats to National Security, but in terms of Human Rights in an incomplete and rude way we can know that in Cuba there are some 586 prisons for men, women and children with a prison population very close to half a million prisoners.

Reason # 7

The current Cuban Constitution and its body of laws is a copy of the constitution of the Third Reich and the Soviet of 1932, is proof of the existence of a totalitarian and repressive state that maintain the misery of 98% of the population to maintain total and absolute political control .

Reason # 8

Cuba has introduced phytosanitary epidemics in the United States. Citrus Canker, Primavera and the African Giant Snail have created billion dollar losses in the Citric Industry in the States of Florida. These epidemics almost impossible to eradicate after years have been declared endemic. Citrus Canker was activated in Cuba by Engineer Jose Matos on the grounds of the Citricos Institute “Revolucion de Octubre” under the auspices of the Plant Health Institute led by Dr. Heliodoro Martinez-Junco. This institute did trials sending pigeons and birds migrations to create encephalitis, sika and other diseases in the United States. Image result for citrus canker pictures

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