The International Right Promotes Actions against Cuban Political System
In its feverish offensive to destabilize Cuba, the U.S.has found profitable allies to spread the false image that the harassment against Cuba does not originate only in the northern country.
The Cuban Granma newspaper editorial, recently published under the headline "The truth and the reason," and highlights valuable information on the role of international bodies and political parties that make efforts to subvert the internal order in Cuba.
The daily accused the International Republican Institute for maintaining a link with the right-wing of Sweden, especially the Christian Democratic Party, to weave an anti Cuban web of lies.
The same Institute falls among dozens of agencies and allegedly nongovernmental organizations that receive funding to intervene in other countries.
The researcher Eva Golinger notes that the International Republican Institute is considered the external arm of the U.S. Republican Party.
This is one of the 4 main groups of the NED, National Endowment for Democracy, which carries out intelligence and subversion works in the United States against progressive movements and governments.
Former President Ronald Reagan assigned the NED a mission of promoting "democracy in the world", i.e., to foster similar groups affinity to the United States.
With funding from the State Department, the millions are paid by the International Republican Institute and other organizations of seditious purposes.
Known by its acronym of IRI, that entity is noted for its participation in the 2002 coup against Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, and the overthrow of Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide in 2004.
It is also claimed that, at least, this entity knew in advance the preparations for the coup against Honduran President Manuel Zelaya in 2009.
U.S. Senator John McCain is the president of the International Republican Institute and former head of programs that were formerly assumed by the CIA, that is, the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States.
On the topic, the Canadian-born researcher Jean Guy Allard says the International Republican Institute is but "a front façade of the U.S.intelligence."
Allard noted that the IRI was involved in the recent creation of affinity groups in Egypt to U.S.optics.
With that record of "services", the IRI ties with the Swedish Christian Democratic Party --defined by the Granma editorial as "emulator of the US ultra-conservative Tea Party"--, should not amaze anybody.
To validate its belligerent tendency, the Swedish Christian Democrats mounted an anti Cuban operation through Mrs. Anikka Rigo, head of the Foreign Relations.
In its zeal against the political projects spaced from Washington’s patterns in use, the international right conspires, intervenes, and even blatantly violates the rules of those countries it seeks to target.