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Conspiracy Theories about Kennedy Murder

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The country had discussed matters with the Soviet Union regarding the issue but had left Cuba out.   Soon, a ‘ naval quarantine’ was announced as it considered attacking Cuba through the sea routes just so it had the power to destroy the nuclear bases and it had also announced taking away all permits to deliver any kind of offensive weapons.     This statement and decision made by the Kennedy administration angered both Cuba and the Soviet Union as Khrushchev wrote to Kennedy saying that this was “ an act of aggression propelling humankind into the abyss of a world nuclear-missile war” .

Soon, however, a secret agreement was made between Khrushchev and Kennedy under the supervision of the Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) at the time, U Thant according to which the Soviets were to dismantle all their offensive weapons and take them back and the US would declare never to invade Cuba again.   All the while, Cuba was absent from any kind of negotiations made even though a letter had been drafted for Castro to read.   The US failed to create any kind of contact with the government of Cuba that it could have been at war with had the UN not intervened in the matter.

This led to Castro turning a blind eye towards the Kennedy administration and Castro refused to accept any kind of inspection within the country with respect to the nuclear material.   The Soviet Union had become an intermediary between the US and Cuba.   It has been said that Kennedy himself deliberately chose not to involve Cuba in the entire matter.   Soon after, techniques had been built by Kennedy’ s men in order to sabotage Cuba in different ways.

Castro’ s opinions and pleas went unheard by and all this worsened the conditions between the two countries, not to forget the close allies, mainly the Soviet Union.   Cuba’ s missile crisis was not looked into as much as it was a matter of concern, by the US.   The Soviets, n the other hand, helped a great deal in settling the warfare which was mainly due to its willingness to comply with the Cuban government.

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