“With both cameras and listening devices most people have no idea they are being watched while they are in Cuba. But their personal activities are filmed under orders from Castro himself—famous Americans are the priority objectives of Castro’s intelligence.” Humberto Fontova
Humberto Fontova, FrontPageMagazine, March 4, 2015
Along with an estimated 637,000 people from the U.S. recently, Paris Hilton and Conan O’Brien somehow squeaked through the cracks of the diabolical U.S. “blockade” of Cuba for a visit to Havana. (Btw, in the 1950’s when Cuba was a “U.S. tourist playground” an average 200,000 Americans visited Cuba annually.)
From the Associated Press this week:
“It wasn’t as complicated as I thought it would be,” said Conan executive producer Jeff Ross, who reached a production liaison in Havana. “He said, ‘Just come. We’ll get you an invitation from the Cuban government. You’ll have the run of the place.’”
The 10-member troupe went in mid-February and spent several days in the Cuban capital.
“I was shocked,” said O’Brien, “by how much we were left completely alone.”
Oh! To be a fly on the wall of Castro’s secret police headquarters—with ear-protection of course, otherwise the roar of laughter and snorting, the cackling and gasping, the convulsed midriffs could easily be distracting.
“My job was to bug their hotel rooms,” revealed high-ranking Cuban intelligence defector Delfin Fernandez.
With both cameras and listening devices. Most people have no idea they are being watched while they are in Cuba. But their personal activities are filmed under orders from Castro himself….famous Americans are the priority objectives of Castro’s intelligence.
“The Castro regime assigns 20 security agents to follow and monitor every foreign journalist.” (Vicente Botin, who reported for Madrid’s El Pais from Cuba for years.) Continue reading