“The 11 arrests so far are the tip of iceberg. Many more to follow, many in South Florida.”
“The “South American country” where Vicky Pelaez picked up her payments from Russia’s SVR was Venezuela.”
“Russia’s SVR, Castro’s DGI (Directorio General de Inteligencia) and Chavez’ SEBIN, (Servicio Bolivariano de Inteligencia) are all linked. They all share agents and information. Castro-Cubans run Chavez’ intelligence agency practically lock, stock and barrel.”
“Vicky Pelaez was frequent traveler to Cuba where she met with Castro’s DGI. Pictures exist of those meetings.”
“Prominent figures in South Florida under investigation and net is closing on them. One suspect was very close to a U.S. Presidential candidate during the 2008 campaign.”
Sensationalist?..Perhaps. But I quote Cuban-American Arturo Cobo, a Bay of Pigs veteran and former Castro political prisoner who had a key role in identifying Castro spies and alerting the FBI to their attempted infiltration into the U.S. during the Mariel Boatlift. Details of his vital work here.
These revelations surprise very few Cuba watchers. After all, Fidel Castro (not notorious for quoting others who might steal his spotlight, even momentarily) has often gone out of his way to showcase Vicky Pelaez’ articles and “insights.”
“Her’s is such a well-argued document,” Castro reflected in his screed of May 8 referring to an article by Vicky Pelaez, “that I do not wish to conclude this Reflection without including it: “The huge marches of this May Day condemning the pernicious anti-immigration law passed in Arizona, have shaken all of the United States,” starts Vicky Pelaez as quoted by Castro. “(this law) resembles laws passed in Nazi Germany or South Africa in the apartheid period!’
The article goes on to accuse Jan Brewer of “hate against people with an accent” of “promoting ethnic cleansing”...and authorizing Arizona’s police to fire upon people based on the color of their skin.”...etc. etc.—almost as if she were transcribing from an MSM/Democratic teleprompter. Fidel Castro quotes Vicky Pelaez for upwards of 500 words, almost half his screed, a highly unusual bequeathment.
But then Townhall has already explained Castro’s discomfiture with Arizona’s SB 1070.
“Fidel Castro is already immortal!” wrote Vicky Pelaez in the Castro regime’s house organ back in 2006. “He is a man who inspired and demonstrated the fertile path of truth for other leaders!... We had the moments of Christ, Mohammed, Confucius, Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Newton, Pascal, Bolivar, Marti, Che Guevara, etc. They all left the scene, yet unlike us mere mortals, they remain immortal…..they were rebels like the very angels of God who did not resign themselves to a sad destiny of mere mortals but instead valiantly challenged the very heavens to steal its glory!
“Fidel Castro Ruz belongs to that glorious group of rebels! With his towering intelligence, discipline, drive, and persistence he launched his heroic struggle and gained his people’s support to fight for new and sovereign Cuba! But his fight is not over…!”
Granted, manpower and time constraints prevent the FBI from using odes to Fidel Castro as tips to uncover Castro agents. Keeping tabs on Castro groupies would mean tailing 70 per cent of the MSM’s pundits, 80 per cent of Hollywood and 90 per cent of the Liberal Arts faculties in every College and University from sea to shining sea—plus a plurality of Democratic legislators, including the entire Congressional Black Caucus.
“He looked directly into my eyes! Then he asked: how can we help President Obama? Fidel Castro really wants President Obama to succeed.” CBC member Laura Richardson (D-Calif.) upon returning from a junket to Cuba in April 2009.
“It was quite a moment to behold! Fidel Castro was very engaging and very energetic.” CBC member Rep. Barbara Lee. (D-Calif.) after same trip.
“He’s one of the most amazing human beings I’ve ever met!” CBC member Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) after same trip.
“Raul Castro was a very engaging, down-to-earth and kind man, someone who I would favor as a neighbor. It was almost like visiting an old friend,” (A Freudian slip, perhaps, from CBC’s Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) once a card-carrying Black Panther?
Alas, time also restrains us here. Plus, the bandwith required to list all such Democratic/MSM odes to Fidel Castro would bankrupt George Soros.
Columnist Joy Tiz reminds us of some revelations (and warnings) from KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov back in 1984. “Cynical, ego-centric people, people who can look into your eyes with angelic expression and tell you a lie. These are always the most recruitable people (by the KGB)—people who lack moral principals ‚Äì who are either too greedy or who suffer from too much self-importance.”
Last week on the Spanish-language TV show A Mano Limpia a former colleague of Vicky Pelaez at New York’s El Diario/La Prensa named Miguel Ángel Sánchez, recalled Vicky’s suspension by the paper for plagiarism and how her husband Juan Lazaro (a former Baruch college professor arrested with her) served as the official New York treasurer for the Peruvian Communist terrorist group Sendero Luminoso.
KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov also explained how “those who reject Communist influence in their own country will be character assassinated…”
And as it happens, Castro’s press thinks rather poorly of a Townhall writer whom they place on the Stalinist regime’s official enemies list. “Traitor, liar and cowardly Bambi-Killer” are among the mildest insults Castro’s press hurl against your loyal servant here.
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