Washington Maintains Subversive Policies against Cuba
Havana, December 28 (RHC)-- Washington's longstanding hostile policy against Cuba is still high on the agenda, with just a few days before the 54th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution.
A recent revelation of U.S. subversion against Cuba denounced that a skilled former CIA agent named Daniel Gabriel trained a group of the so-called independent journalists in Cuba in order to encourage subversive activities inside the country.
The information, which was released by the Along the Malecon blog of U.S. journalist Tracy Eaton, says that Washington hired the former CIA agent, who has close links to the Pentagon and the U.S. State Department.
The action was aimed at setting up a group of at least 10 journalists inside Cuba.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) suggested on September 7th that the journalists trained by Gabriel operated in major Cuban cities, including Havana and Santiago de Cuba, by offering a regular service of local news reports.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors, which manages the Office of Broadcasting to Cuba, said that Gabriel’s project would allow producing at least five stories a week.
The Cuban Foreign Ministry says that Havana has repeatedly pointed out that subversion, along with the reinforcement of the U.S. blockade and the use of new pretexts to evade a respectful dialogue on equal grounds, only prove that the current U.S. administration has no real willingness to leave the worst Cold War policies and practices behind.