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Fidel Castro: bin Laden is a CIA agent

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posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 05:24 AM
reply to post by lynxlynx

You really have to wonder what is it with people wanting to believe a bastard, murderous dictator...

Oh and this was in a Finnish only only?... wasn't that one of the countries who also wanted to give that ahole of castro the nobel Peace Prize?...

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 05:28 AM

Originally posted by Ben81
reply to post by lynxlynx

S&F.. !!

i knew that

but 3/4 of the american public still beleive in the official white house story
if you think they are wrong you will be labelled... TRAITOR or unpatriotic...
they have played well their cards
bin laden .. is alive and rich somewhere now ..
how come he wasnt capture ..since he started all of this suposedly
and that Saddam one of the most powerfull man in the ME
was captured hiding in a 6 foot hole... Irak is big
Saddam didnt destroy the WTC but was captured and hanged
and Bin laden was never found ...
Answer: because the CIA didnt want him to be found

Castro mentionned many things
see that thread --> Castro to appear on TV Monday, government says

[edit on 8/27/2010 by Ben81]

The working relationship between the CIa and BinLaden goes back to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. The CIA / US Military supplied weapons and shoulder launched missiles to the Muhajadeen (sp), specifically to counter the Soviet Hind Helicopters (Charlie Wilsons War talk about this / Iran Contra Affair / Col. OI. North - etc).

Bin Laden became disillusioned about the US when the Soviet withdrew and support from the CIA / ETC dried up. It went downhill for Bin Laden and the US when our presence was requested (or however you want to explain our presence) inside Suadia Arabia to act as a deterant to Iraq / Iran influence.

Bin Laden took this as an affront to Islam, having a foreign presence, non muslim, in a country that holds 2 of the most important cities for Islam. Bin Laden became so bad, that eventually Saudia Arabia stripped him of his citizenship and showed him the door. (Bin Laden doesnt need money from the CIA, being his family owns one of the largest construction companies in the Middle East).

Trying to compare Hussein to Bin Laden doesnt quite work that way. Hussein is the leader of a country, and being it was a dictatorship, he is confined pretty much to that country, less he loose control in a coup. Bin Laden is the leader of a group that spans the continents, making it easier for him to move around without detection. Hussein had to run a country, and in order to do this had to be seen by his public. Bin Laden can just issue videos / audios to his followers.

Different setup and mindset all together.

The closest we came to caputring Bin Laden was during the initial invasion of Afghanistan (Toa Bora Operations). The military coordinated with some of the Afghanistan groups that assisted the US. One of those groups allowed Bin Laden to escape the area during a cease fire.

Its one thing to track a Tank division moving from Moscow to Berlin using satelites. Its quite another to overhear a conversation in Khyber Pass while people are drinking cofee.

It was not a secret that Bin Laden was on the CIA payroll back in the day. One of the main issues our intelligence community had was the Torricelli Principle (New Jersey). Sen. Torricelli was able to get Legislation - Torricelli Principle passed that prevented the CIA from dealing with informants / foriegn agencts that were criminals (muderes etc) severely limiting Human Operations. Yet another show of how wrong information, belief in a conpiracy theory that ignores common sense, and failure to apply common sense can go wrong.

If Bin Laden was still on CIA payroll dont you think the current administration would scream that from the rooftops? To continue the assumption that the US Government is still behind some of these attacks / etc is unfounded in my opinion, based on the fact it would of leaked by now.

Washington is more Partisan today, especially with midterms around the corner. Any type of information that they would have found linking the Bush Administration to Bin Laden and the terror attacks would have ended up in a Federal Grand Jury with Holder leading the charge.

Its only a matter of time before Bin Laden is dead. Hell he may be dead as we are speaking with the kidney issues (Dialysis). If that were the case you can bet the terrorist would want to keep that as secret as possible since it would be a huge PR coup for the west.

[edit on 28-8-2010 by Xcathdra]

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 05:32 AM
reply to post by ElectricUniverse

That is right up there with Time Magazine and their choice for man of the year for 1939. I do find it intresting that Castro is talking about a lot of this stuff now. I never really saw him do this when he was in power. Makes one wonder what he is thinking, and whats influencing that thought process.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 06:03 AM
reply to post by Perseus Apex

Interesting choice of sequence, although it still is in the form of a lobotomy that is citizens "choose" or perhaps "have" no "choice" as to the current length of term that "he" will remain upon his own golden throne. Or will it be a simple case of enlightenment from within that will decapitate what "has" been manipulated over "time" as the only single savior over time. I guess his brother is well within rational thinking and has sensed that the days of subliminal and mind distorting methods are and belong in the past.

As for a second line, well lets just enjoy the time line,

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 08:12 AM
reply to post by lynxlynx

Castro said documents posted on - a website that recently released thousands of pages of classified documents from the Afghan war - "effectively proved he was a CIA agent." He did not elaborate.

That he mentions wikileaks as proof is very interesting! From what I know Osama is mentioned in the war logs reported as hiding in Pakistan. Castro might be old and whatever you think of him he has the DGI at his service and I think he is better informed than most of us. Also people towards the end of their lives tend to tell the truth about something unless it's denial about something they did.

Respect this guy...getting FC's avatar now.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 09:37 AM
Well, wouldn't that mesh with the recent release of the CIA documents highlighting the potential disaster if the world figured out that we export terrorism?

Wouldn't exporting terrorism include "exporters"?

Or, better:

Wouldn't exporting terrorism require an "exported product and/or service"? In which case, OBL would be akin to a brand name, such as Nike or Chiquita...which are also, in a way, exporting terrorism (while reciprocating with shoes and bananas, of course).

[edit on 28-8-2010 by Sphota]

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 09:41 AM

Originally posted by lynxlynx
Looks like it's starting to come through the pipes (AP) now:

It is interesting that the stories in the 5 sources provided are identical -- without ref to original copyright? What's going on?

[edit on 28-8-2010 by etcorngods]

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 11:47 AM
This dude reads too much ATS in his free time.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 12:40 PM
Fidel is well-supported by real Power on the Globe, clans cannot challenge'em -- it's pure, cruel death w\o any mercy.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 12:45 PM
reply to post by tristar

United Fruit?
I know.
I'd rather not be reminded by clicking on that link.
Again, all paid a price for that one.
They still do one way or another.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 12:55 PM
reply to post by lynxlynx

Bin Laden didn't like it when Clinton tried to kill him.
Did that push bin Laden into pushing for 911?

Clinton got pushed into missileing bin Laden by getting
the promise of getting his impeachment cleared.

CIA Illuminati are one big time world event pressure wave.
We had Myth Busters but they just can't tell us how its all done.
Mass media is the truth and everything else is conspiracy.
ED: There is a show called History Detectives now so there
can't be Conspiracy Detectives because they would never
be found.
ED: Perhaps Castro is digging for oil money from the Arab
States. He will be a defender of Islam now perhaps for the
ED: Castro just joined the Illuminati in giving Islam the power
that oil money commands them to do.

[edit on 8/28/2010 by TeslaandLyne]

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 01:15 PM
Bin Laden is held up in Northern California smoking kind bud with hippies and collecting his check....
Oh the boogeyman! all held up like Austin Powers in a secret cave somewhere...gimmie a's possible I guess but i would tend to agree with Fidel that it was and still reeks of a set up...who owns a large share of FOX news anyway?.... it tell you the conservative Christian right in the country has more in common with fundamental Islam then I am comfortable with.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 02:05 PM
reply to post by lynxlynx

He's just regurgitating everything being said in the conspiracy community.

I think old Fidel is just spouting whatever will get him attention.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 02:14 PM

Originally posted by 547000
This dude reads too much ATS in his free time.

No, but his sons Alejando and Antonio do.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 02:15 PM
reply to post by ElectricUniverse

I believe he was nominated by a Norwegian politician
(I can't get the link to work because it has a "@" in it)

It is also my uderstanding, that the nominations do not need to be backed up by any organisations, or individuals in addition to the nominator.

On the subject itself, I'm surprised just how many people dismiss this with the kind of "who cares" attititude. "This is nothing new", "I've known it all along", "Bull#" etc..

Now I'm not saying he's right or wrong, I really don't know.
But what I am saying, is that F. Castro was the "supreme" leader of a country. For decades. A whole country with millions of people.

Now just out of curiosity, how many of you ATS "know-it-alls" have run a whole country between the pressure of two warring superpowers..?

The point I'm trying to make, is that people of his caliber don't say shlt like this too often.. When they do, some serious attention should be paid.

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posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 02:35 PM

Originally posted by Byteman
reply to post by lynxlynx

He's just regurgitating everything being said in the conspiracy community.

I think old Fidel is just spouting whatever will get him attention.

The test will be if others find the refs to CIA/bin Laden in the released documents.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 05:22 PM
The world is so damn crazy lately! So Castro is one of the few leaders to at least try and warn the world where we are heading.

This just proves everything is upside down.

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 05:30 PM

Originally posted by Snarf

If you do believe that a bunch of whacked out Crazy fringe lunatic muslims hijacked some airplanes and flew them into the building because they, like a lot of fringe muslims, hate this country, very openly, and talk about how they want to attack us all the time......if you DO believe that, then other people like you come out and say "SHEEPLE! OPEN YOUR WAYS YOU SUCK!" among many other things. kettle.

I find it amazing that a bunch of whacked out crazy fringe lunatic Muslims confused NORAD and flew two airliners into two buildings and knocked down three towers. Then flew right by the Air force base that is home to Air force 1 the base that is the defense of our nations capitol city and hit the heart of our military operations all from some Bond like super cave.


It would be funny if it weren't so stupidly tragic.

[edit on 28-8-2010 by LoneGunMan]

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 09:29 PM

Originally posted by SpartanKingLeonidas
I have to say that while I find it interesting Fidel Castro said this, it's nothing new.

That Castro might say this is sort of silly considering America put him into power.

Then he beat them when they tried to throw him out, assassinate him, etc ad naseum.

.... Wow that's a new one... I happen to be Cuban, and i know, alongside EVERY other Cuban that castro was not put in power by the CIA... but rather by those who wanted to implement socialism/communism close to the U.S.

This claim of yours really makes no sense at all... Why would the CIA back a socialist/communist... In case you didn't know the KREMLIN and the CCP are the ones who set out to expand socialism/communism and helped people like castro...

posted on Aug, 28 2010 @ 09:43 PM

Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler

The Cubans who grew up under communism that now live in the U.S. are really economic refugees and not political ones. The older ones are political refugees.

I am sorry but that is wrong. I have written and translated into English the accounts of several political refuges up to a few years ago, and until i moved up north.

I used to do this for free, just to help fellow Cubans and to show politicians in the U.S. what is still happening in Cuba.

Cubans leave Cuba not only because of economic reasons, but because they are oppressed, and forced to follow the socialist/communist ideologies.

There are still many Cubans who are still political prisoners, and new ones are added with each generation as some try to fight the injustices of socialism/communism.

BTW, i think it was another poster who claimed that it was odd castro didn't use the oil spill to bash at the U.S., when in fact he did...

castro NEVER lets any oportunity pass him to bash away at the U.S. and capitalism... that is part of what he lives for, apart from making the life of Cubans a living hell...

[edit on 28-8-2010 by ElectricUniverse]

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