Here’s the translation if you can’t get to it. I’m kind of in the “never forget” category when it comes to the Walker-Bush family. They were more than willing to start a war over their wealth. Deaths mean nothing to them.
GEORGE BUSH SR. WAS IN CHARGE OF THE CIA IN 1960 IN RECRUITING A GROUP OF CUBANS TO CARRY OUT SPECIAL MISSIONS, LIKE THE TERRORIST LEADER WHO SALUTES IN THE PHOTO AND WHO TWENTY YEARS LATER, WITH HIS SUPPORT FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT FIRST AND THEN IN THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, SUPPORTED WITH ALL ENERGY WHEN THE WHITE HOUSE ENCOURAGED THE CREATION OF THE CUBAN AMERICAN NATIONAL FOUNDATION (CANF).
In these days there has been a lot of talk and discussion about the appearance, not very publicized, of the continuation of the so-called Bush Plan for Cuba or as it is formally called “Report of the Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba”.
One of the most aggressive and repudiated chapters of the Bush Plan is where you can read about the imaginary “property return”. The companion Ricardo Alarcón in his work published in Granma , Chronicle of a war announced , describes thus what, as an aspiration, raises this section:
“Return to their former owners of all property, including all dwellings from which millions of families would be evicted, in less than a year and under the supervision and control of the American Government through the United States Government Commission for the Return of Properties. ”
Well, there is something I found in the pages from 202 to 207 of the book “American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deception in the House of the Bush”, by the American author Kevin Phillips, which was published by the editorial Penguin, New York, in 2004.
The aforementioned text says:
“Walker (refers to George Herbert Walker great-grandfather of the current President) in addition to his European business, had old and lasting links with Cuba and served as Director of seven companies linked together during the middle of the 20s and the first years of the 1930s:
· The Cuba Company
· The Cuban Railroad.
· Cuban Dominican Sugar.
· Barahona Sugar.
· Cuba Distilling.
· Sugar Estates of Oriente.
· Atlantic Fruit and Sugar.
Explains the author: “Walker was involved with the Island through three main industries: sugar, rum distillation and the railroad that served these companies.In the late 30s and early 40s, the favorite uncle of the young Bush (refers to the father of the current President) Herbie, took the directorship of several of these Cuban-American sugar companies, which finally joined the West Indies Sugar Company in 1942 ¼ & “¼ George Herbert Walker Jr. (uncle of the father of the current President) must have been even more enraged in 1960 when Castro nationalized the company West Indies Sugar Company of which he had been director until 1959 ¼ between 1957 and 1960 the assets of the company West Indies Sugar fell from a value of 53 million up practically nothing, by nationalizing the Castro regime the land, the mills and the machinery of the company. ”
And Kevin Phillips continues in his book: “Grandfather Walker (great-grandfather of the current President) had died in 1953, but Prescott Bush (grandfather of the current President) also had considerable psychological involvement with Cuba, its policy and its importance to the US ¼ & ” ¼ The destiny of Cuba would be a personal and professional concern for Prescott and George Herbert Walker Bush (grandfather and father respectively of the current President) ¼ & ” The loyalties of the old Batista era would persist even into the 21st century, when Florida Governor Jeb Bush nominated Batista’s grandson, Raúl Cantero, for the Supreme Court of the State. ”
Perhaps the above helps to understand something that happened from the USA. in relation to Cuba in the years 1960 and 1961, as part of what was the unsuccessful invasion of Playa Girón.
The Californian researcher Paul Kangas, in an article published in the magazine The Realist, in 1990 revealed:
“A declassified FBI document puts Bush (father) working with the now famous CIA agent Felix Rodriguez in the recruitment of exiled Cuban right-wingers for the invasion of Cuba, moving weekly from Houston to Miami, Bush with Felix Rodriguez He spent much of the 60s and 61s recruiting Cubans in Miami for the invasion. ”
The same author, in another work published in the magazine True Democracy in the summer of 2002, stated:
“Recently I interviewed the former liaison officer of the CIA, L. Fletcher Prouty, who told me that one of the projects he did for the CIA was in 1961, and consisted of sending in US Navy ships from a pier to CIA agents in Guatemala planning the invasion of Cuba, he added that he sent the three ships to a CIA agent named George HW Bush, who painted the three ships so that they looked like civilian vessels. He decided to name the three ships and gave them the names of his wife, his hometown and his oil company, he called them Barbara, Houston and Zapata. ”
And to top it all off, the author Kevin Phillips in his aforementioned 2004 book, “American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune and the Politics of Deception in the Bush House” recalled something almost unknown:
“The reason for Bush’s intense feelings about Cuba (he refers to Prescott Bush, grandfather of the current president) still held and beat in the campaign he did for the Senate in 1964, when he called for a US invasion. ”
So far what I found in this book and today I share with you.
For me it is clear that this Bush Plan of annexation and the US policy against the Cuban nation is something of deep causes and not a simple family conflict, but it is curious the business and sentimental bond of the Bush.
That’s why I think it’s valid to ask:
Are some of these companies or any heiress on the list of claims that supports the Helms-Burton Act?
It may be that I am wrong and that everything is pure coincidence, but what we have said is the spirit of the Law of Slavery, as defined by Comrade Raúl; It is the root of this Bush Plan and has been one of the neuralgic issues of United States policy against the Cuban nation.
Here are the facts again, draw your own conclusions. www.granma.cu/granmad/secciones/conclusiones/art010.html