Crypto-Nazi Fidel Castro disclosed ‘alt-right’ attitude during 1959 ‘Face the Nation’ interview

By Jon Kelly

NewsInsideOut.com

Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on November 26, 2016, exposes for the first time previously unheard audio revealing crypto-Nazi tendencies of former CIA-backed Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro. Sleep talking-like comments from a 1959 interview with CBS News “Face the Nation” sound cries of “Nazi” and “evil Jews” when played back through a digital audio mirror. The former president who is reported to have passed away this week at age 90 had been cited by multiple sources as an avid childhood reader of “Mein Kampf” whose later regime was instrumental in the decline of Cuba’s Jewish population. A report by NewsInsideOut from earlier this year identified Fidel Castro as a CIA assassin and operative.

According to ‘Fidel Castro Crypto-Nazi’, the deceased would have easily identified with today’s alt-right white supremacist nationalist movement in the United States, members of whom the Atlantic reports were seen earlier this week hailing the president-elect by offering a Nazi salute at a conference in Washington, D.C. With a Mansonesque Swastika affixed upon Fidel Castro’s brow the video brings 21st-Century investigative tools to a remote counterterrorism interrogation of one of the most controversial political figures of the previous century.

CBS News took a look back in 2014 at Fidel Castro’s appearance on “Face the Nation” in 1959 and the soundtrack from the complete interview provided the basis for this report. The following is a partial transcript highlighting the secret messages found therein in bold. The methods and practices used in producing the video soundtrack are outlined in a series of related articles linked below.

Evil Jews get out. Nazi: Public opinion is powerful in Cuba and nobody can oppose public opinion in this time. What they do is to [?] with the public opinion that have confidence in our movement and in myself and in the vision on government. A vision that I think we will have no trouble. You know why. Because we have the power, the forces, the army force.

Read book. Evil. Nazi: I know quite well my country. I know quite well my people. I know quite well the public opinion. I know that who rules in Cuba now, who gives orders now in Cuba, is the public opinion. With the free press as the way.

The findings of the report further substantiate existing claims that have already received national media attention in the United States. Author Georgie Anne Geyer told the NBC “Today Show” in 1991 how “As a boy, Castro used to carry around a copy of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and studied the tactics of the Axis Powers.”

“His heroes were Hitler and Mussolini and Prima De Revera, the Spanish phalangist,” she said according a show transcript. “And he would walk around with “La Lucha,” which is “Mien Kompf” in Spanish, and he plotted the axis victories on a map in his room. And I- -I don’t say in the book that Fidel was a Nazi. I mean that’s not correct. He was looking for ways to power. He was looking for tactics and strategies.”

The author further characterized Fidel Castro’s evident ideological ambiguity stating, “He was never a communist. He was never–was never anything collective about his work. It was always Fidel at the top and everybody else beneath him. Obedient to Fidel. Nothing communist about him.”

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Crypto-Nazi Fidel Castro disclosed ‘alt-right’ attitude during 1959 ‘Face the Nation’ interview

By Jon Kelly

NewsInsideOut.com

Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on November 26, 2016, exposes for the first time previously unheard audio revealing crypto-Nazi tendencies of former CIA-backed Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro. Sleep talking-like comments from a 1959 interview with CBS News “Face the Nation” sound cries of “Nazi” and “evil Jews” when played back through a digital audio mirror. The former president who is reported to have passed away this week at age 90 had been cited by multiple sources as an avid childhood reader of “Mein Kampf” whose later regime was instrumental in the decline of Cuba’s Jewish population. A report by NewsInsideOut from earlier this year identified Fidel Castro as a CIA assassin and operative.

According to ‘Fidel Castro Crypto-Nazi’, the deceased would have easily identified with today’s alt-right white supremacist nationalist movement in the United States, members of whom the Atlantic reports were seen earlier this week hailing the president-elect by offering a Nazi salute at a conference in Washington, D.C. With a Mansonesque Swastika affixed upon Fidel Castro’s brow the video brings 21st-Century investigative tools to a remote counterterrorism interrogation of one of the most controversial political figures of the previous century.

CBS News took a look back in 2014 at Fidel Castro’s appearance on “Face the Nation” in 1959 and the soundtrack from the complete interview provided the basis for this report. The following is a partial transcript highlighting the secret messages found therein in bold. The methods and practices used in producing the video soundtrack are outlined in a series of related articles linked below.

Evil Jews get out. Nazi: Public opinion is powerful in Cuba and nobody can oppose public opinion in this time. What they do is to [?] with the public opinion that have confidence in our movement and in myself and in the vision on government. A vision that I think we will have no trouble. You know why. Because we have the power, the forces, the army force.

Read book. Evil. Nazi: I know quite well my country. I know quite well my people. I know quite well the public opinion. I know that who rules in Cuba now, who gives orders now in Cuba, is the public opinion. With the free press as the way.

The findings of the report further substantiate existing claims that have already received national media attention in the United States. Author Georgie Anne Geyer told the NBC “Today Show” in 1991 how “As a boy, Castro used to carry around a copy of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and studied the tactics of the Axis Powers.”

“His heroes were Hitler and Mussolini and Prima De Revera, the Spanish phalangist,” she said according a show transcript. “And he would walk around with “La Lucha,” which is “Mien Kompf” in Spanish, and he plotted the axis victories on a map in his room. And I- -I don’t say in the book that Fidel was a Nazi. I mean that’s not correct. He was looking for ways to power. He was looking for tactics and strategies.”

The author further characterized Fidel Castro’s evident ideological ambiguity stating, “He was never a communist. He was never–was never anything collective about his work. It was always Fidel at the top and everybody else beneath him. Obedient to Fidel. Nothing communist about him.”

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