Salvador Allende's sad ending: He was fund-backed by KGB and got killed by a Cuban Agent!
Sunday, September 25, 2005 | A new book, about to be published in France "Cuba Nostra - Les
Secrets D'Etat de Fidel Castro" by Alain Ammar has destroyed a
very-well constructed myth by the left: The assassination of Salvador
Allende in Chile while he was being toppled by Augusto Pinochet. This
article by Eduardo Mackenzie has a brief on the book.
fact is that Allende was not a suicide, he was not killed by the
military that took the power in september, 1973. During their assault
against La Moneda palace, Chilean president was cowardly murdered by
one of the Cuba agent that were in charge of his protection" says
Allende was frightened by the military and wanted to surrender. Before he could do this, he was killed.
It´s the second major attack on this leftist myth this month!
this month a new book by KGB archivist Vasili Mitrokhin revealed that
Allende, and other leftist leaders in Latin America received money from
This article by Juan Tamayo explains who were helped:
The KGB documents record actual and proposed payments to Chile's
Salvador Allende totaling $420,000 both before and after his election
as president in 1970.
• Costa Rica's José ''Pepe'' Figueres received $300,000 from the KGB for his 1970 presidential campaign and $10,000 afterward.
• Carlos Fonseca, founder of Nicaragua's Sandinista National Liberation Front, was ''a trusted KGB agent'' code-named GIDROLOG.
Nicaraguan Manuel Andara y Úbeda was a KGB agent who led a group of
Sandinistas tasked by Moscow in the late 1960s to scoop out the U.S.
border with Mexico for possible targets for KGB sabotage teams.
The KGB ''trained and financed'' the Sandinistas who seized the
National Palace in Managua and dozens of hostages in 1978. A senior KGB
official was briefed on the plan on the eve of the raid, led by Edén
Pastora, also known as Commander Zero. "
It's the end to these old-time leftist myths in LA? No. These events were not EVEN mentioned by Brazilian media. Here in Brazil, we are still wearing Che Guevara shirts and believing in the holy santity of Salvador Allende.
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