408. 10/23/1992

“…candidate [William Bill] Clinton, while it was still a bill, it hadn’t been approved, in the spring of 1992, had run out of money and his campaign was in extreme debt. He had to have more money to continue in the primaries. So he goes to Miami and comes out in favour of the Torricelli bill and he gets something like $100,000 from the right-wing Cubans around Jorge Mas Canosa and the Cuban American National Foundation, that group. He sold out, in other words, to those right-wing Cubans. Some would even call them Cuban Nazis. Clinton sold out to them. It happened that the bill was passed by Congress in [October 23] 1992 and Bush did in the end sign it. That’s one of the most recent outrages perpetrated by the U.S. government against Cuba.” [Pro Embargo]

Philip Agee, “A Century of War and Bad Faith; Cuba History, and the CIA,” Prevailing Winds Magazine, March 9, 1994, Page 32


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