Cuba in the Cross-Hairs: A Near Half-Century of Terror

The Batista dictatorship was overthrown in January 1959 by Castro's guerrilla forces. In March, the National Security Council (NSC) considered means to institute regime change. In May, the CIA began to arm guerrillas inside Cuba. "During the Winter of 1959-1960, there was a significant increase in CIA-supervised bombing and incendiary raids piloted by exiled Cubans" …

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A Smidgen of Terror Followed by a Dash of Hypocrisy…

Some articles back, I wrote an exposé on the US definition of terrorism [see Luis Posada Carriles: Redefining Terrorism]. I would like to take that same premise and apply it globally. Let’s start with the most basic question: What is terrorism? United States Law Code – the law that governs the entire country – contains …

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Luis Posada Carriles: Redefining Terrorism

  Before there was Osama Bin Laden, there was (and still is) Luis Posada Carriles. Both worked for the CIA and both are considered by many to be terrorists. However, where these two men differ is that one of them walks the streets of Miami as a free man. I stumbled upon this article (and …

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