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Gross: That Isn't Photoshopped; Marxist Mass Murderer
Che Guevara Greets Obama's "Freed Prisoner" Alan GrossNot sure what to make of this whole Alan Gross situation. Looks more like something out of a bad spy novel.
Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison where he was being held on espionage charges. All involved claim Gross was released on humanitarian grounds and had nothing to do with Obama's release of three Cuban spies, on the same day. And, the very same day Obama took illegal, unilateral actions, on Cuban relations.
Now, some background on Gross reported back in 2012 via The Jewish Daily Forward:
What Did Alan Gross Do in Cuba?
Reports Show Accused Spy Knew the Risks He Was Taking
Alan Gross, the American Jewish contractor jailed in Cuba, has maintained for more than two years that he was guilty of nothing more than naiveté when he smuggled contraband electronic equipment into the communist nation.
But official trip reports he filed for an American government agency, revealed by The Associated Press on February 12, paint a picture of a man who knew the risks he was taking. “Detection of satellite signals will be catastrophic,” Gross warned in a report that filtered back to the U.S. Agency for International Development, according to AP.
When he was arrested, Gross, a resident of suburban Washington, was carrying a high-tech cell phone chip more commonly used by the CIA or the Defense Department. [...]
Gross was sent to Cuba under a $500,000 contract to work for USAID.
In addition to using Jewish missions to Cuba as a cover, Gross even asked fellow American Jewish travelers to smuggle electronic equipment into Cuba and then give it back to him at his hotel, the AP said.
The cell phone chip found on Gross when he was arrested would have allowed a user to make satellite phone calls without being detected.
Such activity seems to go beyond the picture painted by Gross’s supporters of a man interested in only helping Cuba’s Jews. [...] - The Jewish Daily Forward.
What is intriguing about this story is what appears in the background of an image published yesterday by The NY Times of Alan Gross sitting in his attorney's DC law office along with the Gross family spokeswoman Jill Zuckman.
None other than Marxist revolutionary and henchman to Fidel Castro, Che Guevara;
wtf??????? http://t.co/g8xV0jsAXD pic.twitter.com/M6ymcoauKg
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) December 17, 2014
But wait. There's more. Even a picture of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro playing golf;
Alan Gross in the offices of Gilbert LLP in Washington, DC. Note pictures of Che Guevara & Fidel Castro on the wall. pic.twitter.com/bjxDvZ9RKM
— Huxley's Ghost (@AF632) December 17, 2014
Washington Post commenter Trewth4OncePlz puts some of the pieces together:
Is this the same woman?: Jill Zuckman, a Chicago Tribune Washington correspondent and frequent guest on political talk shows such as MSNBC's "Hardball" and Fox Broadcasting's "Fox News Sunday," is leaving to join President Barack Obama's administration in the Department of Transportation.
Chicago? Check. MSNBC? Check. Obama Administration? Check. Che pic? Che-ck.
La Revolucion continues, straight outta 1962. Sweet. - [.] WaPo.
A room full of Marxists? Only picture missing is one of Obama's campaign posters. Or, maybe not!?
13 Reasons You Should Throw
Away Your Che Guevara T-Shirt
- Soon after Batista was overthrown, Guevara had hundreds of Cuban government officials executed. Notice that the phrase “fair trial” was conspicuously absent from the previous sentence.
- Che was a brutal murderer. He trained and commanded firing squads that executed thousands of men, women and children deemed enemies by the new Castro regime. He once put a bullet in the head of a fellow guerrilla he suspected of disloyalty.
- Che was not a fan of our First Amendment. He opposed freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly and protest. Can you say North Korea?
- All those college kids wearing their Che T-shirts might be surprised to learn that he supported the repression of rock ‘n roll in Cuba.
- Homosexuals did not fare well in Che’s Cuba. He mounted a campaign to have them jailed.