It’s Cuba, Beibi!

It’s Cuba, Beibi!

The invasion of one country to another fully justifies an armed intervention to rid a nation of a foreign occupying force. Today Venezuela is invaded by Cuba, and the international community is excused by false sovereignty and principles of non-interference. There is ample evidence that there is a foreign occupation force in Venezuelan territory. It is time for the end of the impunity in which the Cuban dictators live. ” Can mature and the Cuban occupation Force be overthrown without armed intervention?

It’s Cuba, Beibi!

By Maria Fernanda Egas

The invasion of one country to another fully justifies an armed intervention to rid a nation of a foreign occupying force. Today Venezuela is invaded by Cuba, and the international community is excused in a false sovereignty and principles of non-interference so as not to activate an intervention that manages to defenestration this castrochavista organization of transnational organized crime that has been taken Miraflores, which controls the Armed forces and armed bands, oil, gold, narco-trafficking, accommodates regional and Islamic terrorism and perpetratess day-to-day crimes against humanity such as kidnapping, torture and political crimes, such as The assassination of the councillor opponent Fernando Alban IN The SEBIN and the kidnapping of the head of the Office of Juan Guaidó, Roberto Marrero.

There is ample evidence that there is a foreign occupation force in Venezuelan territory. And the international community should make a mea culpa, albeit belatedly, for having abandoned the Venezuelan people, as well as abandoning the Cuban people. This time, the dictatorship of Cuba, a Caribbean island without another arsenal that its social control through intelligence operations of the same communist franchise that historically caused the extermination of more than 100 million of human beings, has invaded a territory nine Times their own, which owns the largest oil reserves in the world, and is ending their people and resources.

Fidel Castro had already tried to invade Venezuela on May 8, 1967 with the unloading of Cuban and Venezuelan guerrillas on the beaches of Machurucuto. The then Patriots of the Venezuelan National Army and National Guard of Venezuela discharged several of the invaders who had had paramilitary training in Cuba and whose mission was to train the Venezuelan Andes guerrillas to overthrow Raúl Leone. One of the surviving guerrillas, Héctor Pérez Marcano, said that since then Fidel wanted to control Venezuelan oil by the armed way, and said in 2015 the new invasion as “concerted by Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez Frías, in which the Cubans They’re controlling the country’s strategic areas. ”

In fact, Venezuelan journalist Maibort Petit has published in his blog “Venezuela al Día”, the regulations for the provision of Cuban advisory services in Venezuela that the parties signed in January 2014, as addendum to the agreement signed between Cuba and Venezuela in October 2000. They established a regulatory framework for the Cuban “Advisory service” to Venezuela that is nothing more than all the costs to which Venezuela pledged to take over the thousands of Cuban technicians, professionals and advisers, from their air transfer, all costs of Housing, food, transportation, and medical assistance until a vacation trip to your country, outside a salary scale from 800 to 3,000 dollars that you would receive “partially” in Cuba.

In November 2018 the organization Cuban doctors announced that sued the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in a district court in Miami, United States, for being a participant and beneficiary of the program Mais physicians in Brazil, a scheme of human trafficking and Slavery that is replicated with nearly 50000 Cuban physicians in more than 70 countries and through which PAHO would have benefited in at least $75 million dollars.

The doctors received only between 10 to 20 of their salary, they were agents of propaganda of the local government and they lived guarded by the system of Cuban intelligence. Cuba did not resume the program under the new conditions of Jair Bolsonaro to pay the doctors and not the dictatorship, which would receive about 11.5 billion of dollars per year for this scheme of human trafficking.

The New York Times published that Cuban doctors who left Venezuela assured that they denied their assistance to citizens who were opposed to the regime because they received orders to provide medicines and oxygen only to the carriers of the “national card”, as Measure of political control in the face of the presidential elections in April 2017.

But the Cuban presence in Venezuela would go beyond doctors. The former guerrilla Hector Pérez Marcano, as well as Cuban historian Maria Werlau, executive director of archive Cuba, and the OAS, calculate between 40000 to 100,000 Cubans serving different sectors of castrochavismo in Venezuela.

This could be confirmed by the journalist Jorge Ramos of Univision, who during an interview in Miraflores that ended his arrest and deportation, detected the presence of Cuban officials in the highest circle of Nicolás Maduro.

Julio Borges, Ambassador of Juan Guaidó to the group of Lima, denounced that the national Armed Forces (FANB) “is overrun by Cuban officials who give orders to repress and torture the Venezuelan military” and warned the presence of Asdrúval De La Vega Orellana, former first secretary of Cuba to the United Nations, who would now direct the methods of infiltration and persecution. In Nicaragua, Cuban agents have also been identified among the executors of the repression of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo.

Only between 21 and 31 January, 1,069 arbitrary arrests were recorded in demonstrations in Venezuela, of which 137 were minors. Until 11 February 2019 there were 989 political prisoners, the criminal forum said, stressing that the number of detainees was “the highest in the history of the country”, that there were victims of torture, and that by then there were 15 forced disappearances. Between February 22 and February 23, 2019, as a result of the attempt to enter humanitarian aid to Venezuela, they had posted 107 detainees, 58 gunshot wounds and 7 killed, including 4 Pemon Indians.

In December of last year, in Washington, Secretary Luis Almagro of the OAS denounced the Cuban presence in the torture of people in other countries of the region, as in Venezuela where there would be “an occupation force that teaches to torture and repress, which does tasks of Intelligence and even civil documentation. ”

Almagro has said that “it is time for the end of the impunity in which the Cuban dictators live” and has made it clear that “as long as Cuba is a dictatorship chasing, torturing, and silencing its people and teaching others in the region to persecute, to assassinate , to torture and to silence we cannot have a hemisphere totally deprived of bad practices that affect democracy, freedom and peace; That this will not be genuinely free and democratic unless the dictatorship in Cuba ends, that it is accountable for its human rights violations, and possible crimes against humanity “, on which it assured to have new evidence.

The most recent report of the Caffarena Institute delivered to the OAS reveals that Cuban agents are giving orders to generals and coordinating activities in clandestine torture centers in Venezuela. The devastating testimony of Air Force Lieutenant Ronald Dugarte, who claims to have been trained by Venezuelan and Cuban personnel in intelligence work, was possible after his defection after spending six months in a torture center in Caracas.

The head of American diplomacy, Mike Pompeo announced that in the face of Nicolas Maduro’s refusal to cease the usurpation of power in Venezuela, the United States will allow the trials of private property seized by the Castro revolution, with the “Law of Libertad “(Helms-Burtton), created in 1996 to allow Cuban exiles to sue private companies and Cuba for profiting from properties nationalized from 1959. He said that Washington is making efforts to accelerate the transition to democracy in Cuba, and condemned the Cuban regime’s brutal oppression of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and “indefensiblesupportfrom dictatorship to regimes in Venezuela and Nicaragua.

The President-in-Charge of Venezuela Juan Guaidó has not yet asked the Lima group or the United States for military intervention. Although it is up to the National Assembly to authorize the use of Venezuelan military missions abroad or foreign in the country, the agreement with the banks that allowed to swear to Guaidó does not contemplate that the bloodthirsty Nicholas Maduro leave Miraflores by the Force. Guaidó and his supporters are playing life.

Can mature and the Cuban occupation Force be overthrown without armed intervention?

For too long Venezuela has paid Cuba to invade, repress, torture and assassinate. The sanctions imposed by the United States are insufficient to produce the departure of the mature band and the Cuban invaders. While it has been shown that the majority of the international community has preferred to ignore the principle of responsibility to protect the brave people, it remains defenceless, bleeding every day, and unless there is a negotiated exit of Maduro, the Cuba’s undeniable invasion of Venezuela justifies a raid that frees it from that occupation. Raul Castro orders mature to resist. He’s afraid the next one is him.

Published in the Republic on Saturday March 23, 2019

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Maria Fernanda Egas:
Ecuadorian journalist. Highlighted by the defence of freedom of the press and democracy. Experience in Ecuavisa, magazine Transport, Journal today, Revista Caras; Look magazine. He is currently a correspondent for FUNDAMEDIOS and director in Miami of the EC Republic, where he publishes his opinion columns.

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