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U.S. pays a high price to finance its mercenary opposition in Cuba

cartel EEUU CubaThe U.S. Agency for International Development has made several payments in recent weeks to “institutions” that the State Department uses to spearhead its subversive policy against the island

If the allocation of a single dollar by the U.S. government, to finance subversive projects in Cuba, is sufficient reason for outrage, how can hundreds of thousands every day, millions over the years for such purposes escape condemnation?

The most recent, scandalous evidence indicates that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) paid more than $400,000 to the Digital News Association (DNA), one of the many anti-Cuban organizations in Florida, which charge for everything from take-out pizza and private espionage to murder for hire. They do the job and run to knock on the door of their employer, with hands outstretched hands to collect the dollar bills.

Carlos Fernández de Cossío, director for the United States of the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, denounced orcefully on Twitter: “Usaid, a federal agency of the United States Government, pays $410,000 to hire or buy a political opposition in Cuba. This is democracy the American way. DNA, an anti-Cuba organization in Florida of the many that live off taxpayers’ money, is the beneficiary this time,” he stated.

His accusation specifies that this is only one of several payments Usaid has made in recent weeks to “institutions” that the State Department uses to spearhead its policy against the island.

The total amount distributed just recently has reached close to four million dollars, while the full bill for these services since Donald Trump assumed the Presidency is 50 million, the DeZurdaTeam tweeted.

(Taken from Granma)

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