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by Servando Gonzalez

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0971139156
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Servando Gonzalez
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The event known as the Cuban missile crisis, the greatest of all Cold War crises, is a milestone in the history of the Cold War. Some analysts even have concluded that what was called the Cold War ended in 1962 with the Cuban missile crisis.

The event known as the Cuban missile crisis, the greatest of all Cold War crises, is a milestone in the history of the Cold War. Yet there is perhaps no single event in recent history as puzzling as this one. There are many questions that still remain unanswered

The Cuban Missile Crisis, also known as the October Crisis of 1962 (Spanish: Crisis de Octubre), the Caribbean Crisis (Russian: Карибский кризис, tr. Karibsky krizis, IPA: ), or the Missile Scare, was a 13-day (October 16–28,.

The Cuban Missile Crisis, also known as the October Crisis of 1962 (Spanish: Crisis de Octubre), the Caribbean Crisis (Russian: Карибский кризис, tr. Karibsky krizis, IPA: ), or the Missile Scare, was a 13-day (October 16–28, 1962) confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union initiated by the American discovery of Soviet ballistic missile deployment in Cuba.

The Cuban missile crisis is still a very elusive historical event

p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. The Cuban missile crisis is still a very elusive historical event. For forty years it has captured the imagination of the media, scholars, and the public alike, producing a veritable mountain of articles, scholarly essays, and books. Still, after so much effort by so many privileged minds, some aspects of the Cuban missile crisis continue to defy any logical explanation and are as puzzling today as they were at the time of the event.

Nuclear Deception : Nikita Khrushchev and the Cuban Missile Crisis. by Servando González. The event known as the Cuban missile crisis, the greatest of all Cold War crises, is a milestone in the history of the Cold War. There are many questions that still remain unanswered

With this book Servando Gonzalez has presented a cogent argument that the Cuban missile crisis was State sponsored deception. Some of Mr. Gonzalez's conclusions regarding the actual existence of nuclear weapons seem to me to be clumsy and painfully obvious non sequiturs.

With this book Servando Gonzalez has presented a cogent argument that the Cuban missile crisis was State sponsored deception. I believe that Mr Gonzales has used this cryptic method to communicate the truth to the reader without openly stating it. Throughout the book he demands evidence for everything, except the existence of nuclear weapons themselves.

The Cuban Missile Crisis was a confrontation during the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States regarding the . The Nuclear Deception: Nikita Khrushchev and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Oakland, CA: Spooks Books, 2002.

The Cuban Missile Crisis was a confrontation during the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States regarding the Soviet deployment of nuclear missiles in Cuba. The missiles were placed to protect Cuba from attacks by the United States. The placement was rationalized by the Soviets as retaliation for the United States placing deployable nuclear warheads in the United Kingdom, Italy and most significantly, Turkey.

During the Cuban Missile Crisis, leaders of the . Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev had gambled on sending the missiles to Cuba with the specific goal of increasing his nation’s nuclear strike capability. The Soviets had long felt uneasy about the number of nuclear weapons that were targeted at them from sites in Western Europe and Turkey, and they saw the deployment of missiles in Cuba as a way to level the playing field. Another key factor in the Soviet missile scheme was the hostile relationship between the .

Автор: Gonzalez Servando Название: The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and .

As you will see in this book, however, everything indicates that David Rockefeller was the evil mind who manipulated behind the shadows the forces that participated in the JFK assassination and its cover-up.

Cuban missile crisisOverview of the Cuban missile crisis and its effect on Germany, 1962. Cuban missile crisis, (October 1962), major confrontation that brought the United States and the Soviet Union close to war over the presence of Soviet nuclear-armed missiles in Cuba. President John F. Kennedy announcing the . naval blockade of Cuba on October 22, 1962.

Cuban Missile Crisis By May, Khrushchev and Castro agreed to place strategic nuclear missiles secretly in Cuba.

Cuban Missile Crisis. The Cuban Missile Crisis, also known as the October Crisis (Spanish: Crisis de Octubre), the Caribbean Crisis (Russian: Карибский кризис, tr. Karibsky krizis, IPA: ), or the Missile Scare, was a 13-day (October 16–28, 1962) confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union concerning American ballistic missile deployment in Italy and Turkey with consequent Soviet ballistic missile deployment in Cuba. By May, Khrushchev and Castro agreed to place strategic nuclear missiles secretly in Cuba.

The event known as the Cuban missile crisis, the greatest of all Cold War crises, is a milestone in the history of the Cold War. Some analysts even have concluded that what was called the Cold War ended in 1962 with the Cuban missile crisis. Yet there is perhaps no single event in recent history as puzzling as this one. There are many questions that still remain unanswered. Why did Khrushchev risk so much? What was his ultimate purpose? Why did he withdraw so fast? Why did he not retaliate at other sensitive points, like Berlin? Why did President Kennedy not seize the heaven-sent opportunity to get rid of Castro? Why did the Americans permit the shootdown of a U-2 plane over Cuba without taking retaliatory actions? Who shot down the U-2, and under what conditions did it happen? Why did Kennedy allow the Soviet ships to leave Cuba without boarding them, to physically verify that the canvas-covered objects on deck were actually missiles and their nuclear warheads on their way back to the U.S.S.R.? According to the author, the main questions of the crisis have eluded satisfactory answers, first, because most of the analysts who have studied it have neglected the true Cuban role in the event, particularly the Russo-Cuban relations prior to the crisis; secondly, because a set of preconceived notions --like the one that assumes that Khrushchev was full of love for Castro-- have acted as a smoke screen, blurring the whole picture; and, finally, because the fundamental question about the crisis, namely, why Khrushchev installed strategic nuclear missiles in Cuba, has been erroneously formulated. Consequently, it has been impossible to find the right answer to a question, when the question itself is wrong.
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  • Bumand
"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez
Book review by William Springer

"We ought in fairness to fight our case with no help beyond the bare facts: nothing, therefore, should matter except the proof of those facts."
-Aristotle

With this book Servando Gonzalez has presented a cogent argument that the Cuban missile crisis was State sponsored deception. Some of Mr. Gonzalez's conclusions regarding the actual existence of nuclear weapons seem to me to be clumsy and painfully obvious non sequiturs. (I believe that Mr Gonzales has used this cryptic method to communicate the truth to the reader without openly stating it. Throughout the book he demands evidence for everything, except the existence of nuclear weapons themselves.) But if one accepts his basic premise that the State deliberately terrorized and deceived its people with phoney stories of impending nuclear Holocaust, and has had the power to perpetuate this lie all of these years, it may be understandable that he is a little reluctant to be too forthright with what he believes.

There are a few premises which may be helpful if understood before reading this book. Its good to know who you're dealing with.
1. Man never walked on the Moon. ("A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon" by Bart Sibrel)
2. HIV does not, and never did cause AIDS, and our government has always known this. ("Inventing the AIDS Virus" by Dr Peter Duesberg)
3. Arab terrorists had nothing to do with the self inflicted false flag attacks of September 11, 2001. (Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth)
4. The science of logic hasn't been taught in State controlled public schools for more than a century for a reason. ("The Underground History of American Education" by John Gatto)
5. There is no solid evidence that "you" can verify that proves that nuclear weapons even exist. ('Death Object: Exploding the Nuclear Weapons Hoax' by Akio Nakatani; Rerevisionist, Priesthoodagitator on YouTube)

Here are a few quotes from the book that support my argument.

"Many members of the U.S. military were astonished by the openness of Soviet activities in Cuba, particularly knowing that the Russians knew they were under the constant surveillance of American aircraft.66What struck every Western intelligence analyst who participated in the Cuban missile crisis was that the missiles had been brought into Cuba and erected without any effort at camouflage or secrecy. Reconnaissance photos of the MRBM sites showed none of the special security measures such as walls or fences typical of these type of installation. Moreover, they were fully exposed to aerial observation.67 The aerial photographs released to the public could hardly have been more revealing, to the point that, many years later, some of them were used in the CIA’s recruiting brochures to show the Agency’s quality work."
-"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez, kindle location 2213

“..it will be the policy of this nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against any nation in the Western Hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States requiring a full retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union.”
-"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez, kindle location 4468
( This was from a 1962 speech by Kennedy to the American people; a pure appeal to terror.)

"Was the Crisis a Pseudo-event? According to Eliot Cohen, the Cuban missile crisis had all the characteristics of a soap opera summer mini-drama. Essentially it was a simple plot studded with moviestar personalities. The whole incident unfolds and is resolved in just under two short weeks. Major players such as the handsome, young U.S. President John F. Kennedy, the pugnacious and thuggish Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, and the mysterious revolutionary guerrilla leader Fidel Castro provide dramatic performances in the crisis scenario. Khrushchev deploys missiles into Cuba, Kennedy confronts him and demands their removal, Khrushchev ultimately relents and withdraws the missiles. Several sub-plots, like the downing of a U-2 plane over Cuba, add just enough interest and complexity to complete the thespian similitude, and, “Like any good play, the crisis has an easily discerned beginning, middle, and end.”150In other words, the crisis was a show; a pseudo-event."
-"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez, kindle location 5281

"Boorstin also observed that, because of the power and prestige of his position and due to the influence of the Washington press corps, the American president has direct access to the world of pseudo-events.156In its effort to convince the press about the reality of the crisis, the Kennedy administration resorted to the melodramatic ploy of telling some of the Washington reporters not to be more than fifteen minutes from the White House, because they had been selected to go with the President to some caves in Virginia in case of nuclear war. Even the most hardcore skeptics among the reporters took this directive seriously. Almost all of them, particularly those whose lives were to be spared, tacitly consented to the Administration’s control of the news."
-"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez, kindle location 5296

"If it is proclaimed in Havana or Peking tomorrow that the moon is made of green cheese, a phalanx of honorable men can be produced to attest to that fact. If it is proclaimed in Washington tomorrow that 20,000 angels can dance on the head of a pin, a horde of honorable experts will rush to confirm it. Anyone rash enough to question these official verities can expect to be exposed as a traitor or a fool. The name of the game, both East and West, has never been truth, but power."
-"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez, kindle location 5364

"12. To this day, the presence of strategic missiles in Cuba and their nuclear warheads has never been proved. All the “evidence” provided to support the assertion that Soviet strategic missiles and their nuclear warheads were in Cuba in 1962 has been based on hearsay, spurious documents, and assumptions. Until solid evidence is presented, these claims are totally unsubstantiated. Like Adlai Stevenson, I am prepared to wait for the proofs until hell freezes over. 13. The only thing that may explain Kennedy’s strange refusal to force an in situ inspection of the Soviet ships leaving Cuba was that he knew, or at least suspected, that no missiles or nuclear warheads were on the ships."
-"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez, kindle location 5621

"44 Many Americans would smile faced with that line of thought, but I am not analyzing here an American, but a Russian mind. Anyway, Khrushchev had valid reasons to be scared. As of today the U.S. is the only nation that has dropped atomic bombs on open cities."
-"The Nuclear Hoax: Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Servando Gonzalez, kindle location 5714
(Evidence?)
  • kewdiepie
Weird to see the author writing his own review of his book. He is quite correct in his idea that there were no nuclear warheads in Cuba. He is wrong in claiming that this is the first book to show this: Amy Gdala's The Odds Are Even ( first written in 1989) makes exactly the same point. Gdala's book is based on close research of the memoirs of all the key players including the secret services as well as the ideologues like Acheson and the "stars" such as Kennedy and Kruschev. The two books should be read together as this one is thoroughgoing nonfiction while Gdala's is written as a novel and provides a wider perspective by locating the crisis in the context of the genesis of the Cold War itself.

It is interesting that subsequent material seems to conflict with the main conclusion of these two books, the thrust of this is really Castro's own claim at the anniversary seminar. If I had been in Castro's shoes at that meeting I would have made the same claim and had a good chuckle over it afterwards with my mates. Make no mistake the warheads were invented for political purposes, like the Soviet threat itself. Penkovsky was the whistle blower to whom we owe our lives.The Odds are Even (Probability Sequence)