M.A.S.H. Star Partners with Castro’s Spy Service


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Three of these men were U.S. citizens, the other a legal U.S. resident. Among the murdered was Armando Alejandre Jr., who came to the U.S. at age ten in 1960. His first order of business upon reaching the age of 18 was fulfilling his dream of becoming a U.S. citizen. His next was joining the United States Marine Corps and volunteering for service in Vietnam. He returned with several decorations.

As a member of Brothers to the Rescue, Alejandre often dropped flowers over the sea, in memory of the thousands who were unable to be rescued in time. So Castro waited for Armando Alejandre Jr. and his Brothers to be carrying these flowers—and made his move, murdering them in cold blood. MIGs against Cessnas. Cannon and rockets against flowers.  Details of the atrocity are provided in a book by Matt Lawrence, one of Alejandre’s colleagues in rescue.

The “violence and brutality” Farrell parrots about the rescuers actually involved dropping  flowers over the Florida Straits and saving thousands of innocent lives, including thousands of women and children whose only crime was attempting to flee—at enormous risk to their lives – a nation formerly swamped with immigrants.

The premeditated atrocity against Alejandre and his brothers is what added the “manslaughter” and “conspiracy to commit murder” charges (on top of the ones listed above, 26 charges total) against Mike Farrell’s recent propaganda assignment from Castro.

But why pick on Farrell, some might ask?

After all, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter also pleas for these terrorists’ freedom. Worse, he made the plea while an honored quest of the very Stalinist regime they served. “I had the opportunity to meet the families of the five Cuban patriots [the terrorists convicted by a U.S. jury],” said Carter to Castro’s media last year. “I’m well aware of the shortcomings of the U.S. judicial system.”

Consider the scene: the former U.S. President known as the “Elder Statesman” of the U.S.’s majority political party, while an official guest of a state sponsor of terrorism, saw fit to denounce convictions of foreign terrorists twice upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. Carter’s denunciation of the U.S. judicial system was openly broadcast into the microphones of a regime whose legal code was adopted from Cheka chief Felix Dzerzhinsky. “Do not search for evidence,” Dzerzhinsky’s top lieutenant Martin Latsis instructed his hangmen in the Ukraine. “Simply ask him to what class he belongs, what are his origins, education, and profession. Those are the questions that should decide the fate of the accused.”

Upon entering Havana in January 1959, Dzerzhinsky disciple and Castro’s chief hangman Che Guevara adopted the Cheka code almost word for word: “Judicial evidence is an archaic bourgeois detail,” he instructed his “prosecutors.” “We execute and jail from revolutionary conviction.”

These executions would ultimately surpass Hitler’s during the Night of the Long Knives and the rate of jailings would exceed Stalin’s during his Great Terror.

While denouncing the U.S. judicial system from cue cards provided by the regime responsible for all of the above and that curses the country that elected him as “The Great Enemy of Mankind!” (and came within an unapologetic hair of nuking it), Jimmy Carter also hailed Fidel Castro as “an old friend.”

And we’re up in arms over Jane Fonda?

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  • stevefraser

    More testament to the Evil Genius of Stalin and his feeling for propaganda the effete Western elites would swallow hook, like and sinker…..My favorite is "Fascism is a taking over of the State by evil capitalist corporations", although a superficial knowledge of National Socialism and Mussolini's Fascist party give obvious evidence this BS is false.

  • Horace

    Farrell, Carter, Alzheimers or just plain evil? Who knows. The Democrat party has deteriorated into a celebration of sodomy, abortion, and socialism. Humberto shines a light on these tumors on humanity.
    That twisted communist anti American, anti semitic mess Carter is getting ready to go completely nuts pretty soon, he gets worse and worse. Farrell isn't smart enough to know what he's doing. Dupe, dupe, dupe.

  • Chezwick

    I once saw a 60-Minutes interview with Mike Farrel as he advocated for the release of Mumia Abu Jamal, convicted killer of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner. Farrel was asked about the feelings of Faulkner's widow regarding the potential release of her husband's killer…and his response was shamefully dismissive. The man is scum.

    • UCSPanther

      The idiots who root for Mumia willfully turn a blind eye to his racism (which made him an outcast amongst his own people), and the fact that he backstabbed Officer Faulkner like the little coward he was.

      If there was justice, he would have been destroyed like Tookie Williams was.

    • Oleg

      I remember reading about that, Mike Farrell isn't exactly a bright boy, but then again anyone believing in the potential of Communism, after the fall of the Soviet Union, isn't exactly the sharpest pencil in the box. Mummia Abu Jamal was litterally arrested, sitting on the curb with a smoking gun in his hand, the Free Mummia group cooked up every unreasonable theory short of blaming space aliens for the murder. Concidering how many truly wrongfully convicted people there are behind bars it seems like their efforts could have been better spent elsewhere.
      Mike Farrell only got the gig with MASH because Wayne Rogers decided he had better things to do with his life then play second fiddle behind Alan Alda. Farrell, or more likely his agent, was litterally in the right place at the right time.

  • http://frontpage.com richard sherman

    Mike Farrell…Alger Hiss…Benedict Arnold…No Difference….

    • Oleg

      There is, or was, Benedict Arnold wasn't a Communist.

  • Mo_

    I'm a huge M*A*S*H fan because I grew up watching it. But after reading Farrel's autobiography, I was horrified. This is a man who is on the wrong side of everything. He not only supports communism, but he advocates for criminals.

    It's remarkable how people can be so completely backwards/upside down in their thinking and still function day to day!

  • Mo_

    I'm a huge M*A*S*H fan because I grew up watching it. But after reading Farrel's autobiography, I was horrified. This is a man who is on the wrong side of everything. He not only supports communism, but he advocates for criminals.

    My view is that people like this should be stripped of their American citizenship and removed from this country. I don't care where they go, but they do not deserve to keep living here.

  • warpmine

    Perhaps one day our government will have the testicles to something like that. The man without a country.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mike.villano.71 Mike Villano

    Ferrel is such a dirt bag. If I ever had the chance, if I worked or lived near Dirt Bag Ingrate Ferrel, I would make it a habit to spit at him in the face any time I crossed his path.
    He should be forced to live in the type of commi hole he loves so much.

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    I wonder how Farrel reacted on 9/11.

    Farrel demonstrates that Socialism is a Crime Against Humanity.

    I wish Farrel would go to Syria and act as an inhuman shield.

  • Ghostwriter

    I think Farrel is a fool. He blindly does this sort of stuff without realizing that most of us aren't big fans of Castro or communism.

  • jdptulsa

    Farrel is a coward. I'm hoping someone does more than spit in this traitors face. I hated the show when I was younger because I knew it was a liberal beacon.

  • Looking4Sanity

    What can you expect from a cast member of a show that spat on the American military on a regular basis? That people didn't see anything wrong with that series is exactly the reason we're in the shape we're in today. Social-ism is a creeping disease. It is prevalent because no one ever notices the initial symptoms. M*A*S*H* was one such symptom. Everyone who watched it was spoon feeding themselves poison and laughing while they did it.

    • Oleg

      I think that's giving that show far too much credit for influencing popular culture then is due. There was indeed a strong anti war and anti conscription message in there, but how many people who are truly on the front lines faced with blood and death every day would be that enthusiastic about war. This was no surprise since the show debut near the end of the Vienam War, which was botched from the get go, or does anyone truly believe that Robert Macnamara was an outstanding defence secretary?

      • Looking4Sanity

        Since we're sharing what we "think", I think you've been infected. I think you probably have been for a long time. And, I don't think you're ever going to be cured.

  • ALISHARA

    tweedle dee–carter and tweedle dumb–farrell…and both DISGUSTING…

  • THETAXMAN

    I am trying to fathom how a reasonably bright person can do these things:1. Vote for Obama. 2. Be fond of Castro. 3. Fail to see the superiority of capitalism over fascism or communism. 4. Not be aware of the history of revolutions in general and communist revolutions and tackovers specifically. (mass murder starts immediately) and liberty ents.

  • wsk

    Farrell also advocates for the release of Mumia Abu-Jamal, a convicted cop-killer in Philly……

  • Schlomotion

    Humberto Fontova attacks all kinds of people, from Jimmy Carter, to Mike Farrell, to Common, to Jay-Z. To date none of these people has withered from the face of the Earth in light of such character assassinations. In this latest tirade, the element of outrage is that Cuba spied on us and snuck into our country. The US also spied on Cuba and snuck into their country. Mr. Fontova is actually defending illegal privateers who did marque and reprisal decades ago. So was that declared by Congress? In our Constitution, only Congress has such authority to authorize such operations. Were Mr. Fontova's particular brand of pirate scumbags legally commissioned or is this just more crocodile tears shed for Jack Ruby?

  • Ghostwriter

    Schlobrain,it's bad enough when you attack Jewish people. That's to be expected of you. But defending Cuba isn't something I expected from you. Fidel Castro is one of the worst dictators ever to walk this earth. Groups like Amnesty International and people like Mr. Fontova have documented the horrendous state of human rights in that country. To stand with Castro,even with all that evidence make you either a fool,a moron,or something far worse. Just like Mike Farrel,I think you're a fool. Please read up on what happened in Cuba after the Revolution. A lot of people fled here because of the things Castro did. I think it would enlighten you,but I doubt you want to be enlightened.