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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Keep thinking that.
    Oh, do you have evidence to show otherwise. Please by all means, provide it. Until then spread your propagated lies elsewhere.,

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    His loyalty needs to be with the US. Not with Cuba and other nations that wish to harm us. Now or in the past.
    You're country attacked Cuba, Bay Of Pigs ring a bell. You have also terrorized Cuba for 50 years. Are you a terrorist supporter?

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by tuatara View Post
    you're country attacked cuba, bay of pigs ring a bell. You have also terrorized cuba for 50 years. Are you a terrorist supporter?
    lololol

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuatara View Post
    Oh, do you have evidence to show otherwise. Please by all means, provide it. Until then spread your propagated lies elsewhere.,
    Lies? Castro's regime has been one of the most brutal dictatorial in history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Lies? Castro's regime has been one of the most brutal dictatorial in history.
    Did you not read my links. Please, please tell me they are nothing but leftist lies. I have a truckload of US declassified documents to support my assertions.
    The memorandum states that "violent action" is the only means of breaking Castro's grip on power, listing as the U.S. objective "the overthrow of Castro within one year." King also recommends that "thorough consideration be given to the elimination of Fidel Castro," marking the first time that the idea of assassination is committed to paper. (Cuban Problems, 12/11 /59)
    JAN 12, 1960: Throughout the month of January, sabotage and small bombing missions in Cuba increase in frequency. A plane drops incendiary bombs in the areas of Bainoa, Caraballo, and San Antonio de Rio Blanco. Another plane coming from the north, with U.S. markings, drops inflammable material on cane fields next to the Hershey factory. (Informe Especial. 1960)

    JAN 18, 1960: A plane drops live phosphorous over the cane plantations of Quemados de Guines and Rancho Veloz, in Las Villas. Seven people are detained in Sagua la Grande for trying to derail the Sagua?Havana train. (Informe Especial: 1960)

    JAN 21, 1960: A plane drops four one-hundred pound bombs on the urban district of Cojimar y Regla in Havana. (Informe Especial: 1960)
    During the meeting, Eisenhower states that he knows of "no better plan" for dealing with this situation but is concerned about leakage and breach of security. He argues that everyone must be prepared to deny its existence and only two or three people should have contact with the groups involved, agitating Cubans to do most of what must be done. The President tells Mr. Dulles that he thinks he should go ahead with the plan and the operations but that "our hand should not show in anything that is done." (Memorandum of Conference with the President, 3/18/60; CIA, A Program of Covert Action Against the Castro Regime, 3/16/60)


    LATE MARCH 1960: David Atlee Phillips, a CIA contract employee who until recently had maintained a public-relations company in Havana, is selected by the CIA as chief of propaganda for the Cuba project. At operation headquarters in Washington, Phillips is told that the Cuba project will go by the Guatemala scenario. (Phillips had performed the same function in PBSUCCESS, the 1954 operation against Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz. During the coup by a CIA, directed exile force, Phillips had operated a clandestine station supporting them.) CIA operative E. Howard Hunt, also a veteran of the Guatemala operation, is assigned the position of chief of political action for the project. His primary responsibility is to form a government-in-exile to replace Castro's government following the invasion. (Wyden, pp.20-22; Hunt, p.23)
    Please read it all.

    Bay of Pigs Chronology

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    I see NO reason for establishing relations with that country.
    Well we're going to anyway, and you'll see, it will have benefits for all.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuatara View Post
    Did you not read my links. Please, please tell me they are nothing but leftist lies. I have a truckload of US declassified documents to support my assertions.








    Please read it all.

    Bay of Pigs Chronology
    And you think this means we should normalize relations with them?

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Lessee, we almost had missiles 90 miles off our coast. Now we can have ISIS 90 miles off our coast. Brilliant.
    before that we had OUR missiles in Turkey.....but we removed them to appease the Soviets.
    Oracle of Utah
    Truth rings hollow in empty heads.

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoist View Post
    The word 'failure' would imply he didn't achieve his goals. No, his goal has been to normalize relations with Cuba so this is definitely a success for Obama.

    And I am far from an Obama supporter.
    I feel the same way, not much of a supporter, but credit where credits due, this is a success. And had Bush done this, there'd be no end to the praises of him, and the right would be declaring the capital benefits that will be realized as a result. Partisan politics are so damn destructive.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Cuba officially off U.S. terror blacklist

    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    before that we had OUR missiles in Turkey.....but we removed them to appease the Soviets.
    Is Turkey 90 miles from anything important. Or you would have been just fine with missiles in Cuba.

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