lunes, 15 de septiembre de 2014

Numbers Stations: A Bad Day to be a Cuban Spy. By Chris Simmons



Numbers Stations: A Bad Day to be a Cuban Spy

By Thomas, The SWLing Post
While band scanning last Sunday (September 8, 2014) I stumbled upon the Cuban numbers station HM01 on 11,530 kHz at 17:30 UTC.
It’s always intriguing to hear shortwave numbers stations, but I prefer those that stick to pure vocal number strings; HM01 has numbers with digital bursts between number sets, which is a more fatiguing listening experience.  Nonetheless, I kept it playing in the background as I tooled around the radio room Sunday afternoon, putting away supplies from my recent three week road trip.

"The lack of any accent in the voice of the Atención station was explained in December by Jorge García Vázquez, a Cuban in Berlin who has been researching the links between Havana and the STASI, the former East Germany’ intelligence service. A Jan. 10 1977 letter in the STASI archives shows Cuban intelligence Maj. Eddy Herrera had requested the equipment for a numbers station, preloaded with the Spanish words for one through zero, Attention, Goodbye and Final, Garcia Vasquez reported.."

viernes, 5 de septiembre de 2014

FBI: Cuban Intelligence, Spies and Influence Agents



FBI: Cuban Intelligence Aggressively Recruiting Leftist American Academics as Spies, Influence Agents
by Chris Simmons


By Bill Gertz, Washington Free Beacon
Cuba’s communist-led intelligence services are aggressively recruiting leftist American academics and university professors as spies and influence agents, according to an internal FBI report published this week.
Cuban intelligence services “have perfected the work of placing agents, that includes aggressively targeting U.S. universities under the assumption that a percentage of students will eventually move on to positions within the U.S. government that can provide access to information of use to the [Cuban intelligence service],” the five-page unclassified FBI report says. It notes that the Cubans “devote a significant amount of resources to targeting and exploiting U.S. academia.”
“Academia has been and remains a key target of foreign intelligence services, including the [Cuban intelligence service],” the report concludes.

lunes, 25 de agosto de 2014

Dirección General De Inteligencia (DGI):Enrique García Diaz en los archivos de la Stasi

Jorge L. García Vázquez
Berlin
Oficina de Documentación

El 31de enero de 1989 la DGI informó a una delegación del espionaje de la Stasi,  que visitaba Cuba, sobre la deserción del oficial  cubano estacionado en Ecuador(Enrique  García Diaz). El servicio de inteligencia cubano estaba preocupado porque EE.UU todavía no había hecho ninguna declaración sobre el caso y si preparaban alguna medida política contra Cuba en AL. La DGI valoró  que la deserción  podría  provocar " serios problemas al trabajo de los agentes cubanos" en  AL.El informe analiza las posibles causa de la" traición" y que el padre de Diaz "es el jefe de la Oficina de Prensa Latina en Quito.....".


Cubans Involved In Peru-Based Espionage Operations During The 1970s & 1980s


By Chris Simmons

Former Dirección General De Inteligencia (DGI) officer Enrique García Diaz served on the “Peru Desk” at DGI headquarters during this period. During an interview, he explained that three other officers also worked the “desk:” Eulalia Sardain (codenamed “Mayra”), René Ceballo Prats (“Ibrahim”) and Ismael Cruz Arce (“Jose Luis”). Two additional DGI officers who worked with García Diaz on Peru issues were Juan Pedro Gonzalez (“Giraldo”) and Jose Francisco Molina Mauri (“Ivan.........
http://cubaconfidential.wordpress.com/2014/08/24/former-dgi-officer-identifies-17-castro-spies/

miércoles, 28 de mayo de 2014

El turismo germano- oriental hacia Cuba se encontraba bajo el control de la Stasi


Jorge L.García Vázquez
Stasi-MININT Connection
El aumento del turismo de la República Democrática Alemana hacia Cuba preocupaba a la Stasi.
Para el año 1980 viajarían a Cuba 17 grupos con unos 680 turistas germano-orientales. Para evitar deserciones en los aeropuertos canadienses y para asegurar las labores operativas,de acuerdo a documentos desclasificados, el segundo guía del grupo era un oficial de la Stasi. En el grupo viajaban a la vez varios informantes.

sábado, 10 de mayo de 2014

El Experimento Marxista y la mala Memoria Histórica

 

Pasaportes falsos de EL Salvador .Secretos de Estado. Conexión STASI-MININT

El Salvador President Meets with Two Cuban Spies Convicted in U.S. 1

Salvador Sanchez Ceren celebrates election results / AP
Salvador Sanchez Ceren celebrates election results / AP
  Experts concerned about his willingness to work with U.S. on anti-drug, anti-gang efforts

By Daniel Wiser, Washington Free Beacon

El Salvador’s purportedly moderate new president met this week with two Cuban spies convicted in the United States, raising questions about his willingness to work with U.S. officials on anti-gang and anti-drug efforts.
Salvador Sanchez Ceren met with the spies as well as Cuban President Raul Castro on the communist island, according to a Salvadoran news outlet. The two men, Fernando Gonzalez and Rene Gonzalez (no relation), were members of the “Cuban Five” that were convicted on charges of conspiracy and espionage in the United States and later released to Cuba.