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The Chinese in Cuba & the Cyber War

Someone is Listening


Toby Westerman

The Peoples Liberation Army of Communist China is listening to American telecommunications transmissions - phone, satellite, and other methods - for the base it controls in Cuba. Even more alarming, the Chinese listening post is only one part of a larger asymmetrical, cyber war now being waged against the United States, according to a well-informed source.

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The spy base in Bejucal, Cuba, installed by Communist China to listen to American telecommunications
The attacks of September 11, 2001 signaled the beginning of a long-planned guerrilla war against America, with the object of bringing the U.S. "to its knees," according to Dr. Manuel Cereijo, an expert in electronic warfare, in a recently published article in the predominately Spanish language site, La Nueva Cuba.

China's spy base in Bejucal, Cuba was constructed between 1994 and 1997. The sophisticated listening post was built by the "new" Russia of Boris Yeltsin at a cost of some $800 million. During the construction of the state-of-the-art signals intelligence post, Yeltsin proclaimed his unswerving commitment to democracy and the free market, and his friendship with the United States.

Cuba is doing more than simply playing host to Russian construction workers, or Chinese military personnel. Despite the media image of Cuba as either a decaying communist regime or a great tourist destination, Havana devotes millions of dollars to its world-class espionage service and the operation of a large and highly sophisticated cyber warfare training school.

The events of September 11 were only the first blows in a guerrilla war against the United States, Cereijo asserts. Cuba has already staged a limited cyber attack against the U.S. in 2003, and continues to work closely with Iranian scientists to bring "America to its knees," Cereijo states.

Cuba not only embraces the Islamic Republic of Iran, but the United States government has also recently declared that Cuba enjoys close ties with international terror groups.

Several groups using radiological, nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons in concert with a major cyber attack would probably start the next major assault against the U.S., Cereijo speculates.

The Cuban dictatorship has lost none of its hatred of the U.S., nor of its political and economic system. Havana's communist dictatorship has spawned two closely connected offspring, one in Venezuela, one in Bolivia. Called "leftist" by the media, Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and Evo Morales of Bolivia share Cuban dictator Fidel Castro's dream of a continent-wide communist empire - and the destruction of the United States.

The U.S. public is justifiably concerned over the government's delay and disorganization in controlling the nation's borders. The public should be outraged over the lack of information and analysis concerning threats to the U.S. coming from countries south of our borders. We must control entry into our nation, or we will soon find that we are in a life and death struggle within our own country.

Posted May 31, 2006

Toby Westerman publishes
International News Analysis - Today
An investigative, analytical, and uncompromising weekly analysis of the world situation

Contact T. Westerman at
www.inatoday.com
or P.O. BOX 5182, Rockford, ILL, 61125-0182


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