Stirring up a rebellion of the Cuban people is the Americans´ dream

Stirring up a rebellion of the Cuban people is the Americans´ dream
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7 September 2022
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Since 1959, the U.S. started planning a rebellion of the people against the triumphant Cuban Revolution and so it proven in the secret documents released. Although those plans have failed, there is a huge amount of money involved and that is why the U.S. insist so much in its projects, always reciting the “now it is the time.”

Cuba’s present situation, with the undersupply of power generation excited those who make a living out of the business against the Revolution and that is why they put the money on those who, based in Miami, incite protests and the execution of all manners of vandalism, wishing to start any sort of campaign on an allegedly misgovernment and the existence of a failed Revolution.

When revisiting the history, we find that this is the same script over the last 63 years and right now, the protests staged in some towns of the interior of the island triggered by the shortage of power generation, are encouraged and amplified by some personages in the digital world, financed with the money of the U.S. government.

What they seek about is the police repression to give rise to campaigns and so strengthening sanctions against Cuba, aiming at tightening even more the economical and financial blockade.

There is nothing new in these actions.

If we revisit the first planned covert operations by the CIA against Cuba, we check the pattern, although they have now the support of the digital world, which, no doubts, helps with the rapid publicity and manipulation of lies, aiming to make thousands of people across the world believe that there is chaos in Cuba. 

That is why they encourage people to go out to the streets banging pots and pans as a means of protest before the lack of power, something that certainly annoy citizenship due to the oppressive Summer heat, despite the efforts made by the government to maintain power generation with old, worn-away power plants, when this is not an action meant to upset the people.

The haters of Miami are inciting the people to throw stones at government institutions, seize offices by force, arrest their leaders and attack partisan officials, in order to take the steps outlined by the Yankee ideologue Gene Sharp, when he designed the so-called "soft coup," where its five stages are detailed:

"The active struggle for political and social demands where the groups are manipulated, so that they undertake violent demonstrations and protests, threatening the institutions."

It is not coincidence that the U.S. embassy in Havana immediately went out on social networks to ask the authorities not to act against the promoters of violence in the city of Nuevitas, Camagüey.

Among the fake news they have promoted on social networks, there are fabricated arrests of participants in pot-banging, which once investigated, are proven fake, such as the one reported on José Armando Torrente, when his wife dramatically affirmed he had been violently detained and beaten, a false fact since he was never held in a police station, despite having a history of causing public disorder.

These scripts recall the goals of the CIA youth radio programming in 1971, published in volume E-10, document 241 of the Foreign Relations U.S. 1969–1976, which sets forth a CIA memorandum to the 40 Committee, titled: Radio Programming Directed at Cuban Youth and its Potential Attraction to Selected Youth Audiences Elsewhere in Latin America.

There it reads:

“According to what Charles A. Meyer commented on the CIA memorandum, the continuation of a series of radio broadcasting with influence over the Caribbean area, having the Cuban youth as their main target.

The tapes of these broadcasting are prepared by a CIA property, but have the likes of a completely business company. They are bringing [text not declassified] to a good end.  What they broadcast on the radio stations [text not declassified]. The content of the programming aims to suggest that the political and social progress that takes place in Latin America excludes forms of authoritarian societies such as that of Cuba.

The goal is to develop skepticism and discouragement within Cuba’s society, especially the Cuban youth, but in a way that is under lock and key and that does not provoke active opposition and consequent repression.”

In the first plan of covert action by the CIA against the Cuban Revolution, March 1960, it is stated:

"It is vital to develop the information media towards the Cuban people, in order to initiate a strong propaganda offensive on behalf of the declared opposition."

In 1962, as part of another big operation to overthrow the Cuban government, several actions were planned. In this regard, it is explained:

“The goal of the United States is to help Cubans overthrow the communist regime in Cuba and install a new government with which the United States may live in peace. The operation is aimed at provoking a rebellion of the Cuban people. This uprising will overthrow the communist regime and install a new government.”

“The climax of the uprising will come from the angry reaction of the people to a government action (provoked by an incident), or from a crack in the political leadership of the regime or even both. (Triggering this should be a primary objective of the project) The popular movement will take advantage of the moment of climax to start an open uprising.”

Same old story, but as José Martí stated:

"With the undoubted resolution of the people of Cuba, defeat is impossible."

Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Díaz / CubaSí Translation Staff

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