The famous Cuban health care system so praised by Michael Moore can’t help a traitor:
Renegade former CIA agent Philip Agee, whose naming of agency operatives helped prompt a U.S. law against exposing government spies, has died in Cuba, his wife said Wednesday. He was 72.
Agee quit the CIA in 1969 after 12 years working mostly in Latin America at a time when leftist movements were gaining prominence and sympathizers. His 1975 book “Inside the Company: CIA Diary,” cited alleged misdeeds against leftists in the region and included a 22-page list of purported agency operatives.
Lest we think of Agee as some martyr to freedom, he proved a true Commie lickspittle:
One of Agee’s last essays was published in Granma International newspaper in 2003 shortly after the Cuban government arrested 75 leading dissidents and political activists.
“To think that the dissidents were creating an independent, free civil society is absurd,” he wrote, “for they were funded and controlled by a hostile foreign power and to that degree, which was total, they were not free or independent in the least.”
Rot at the bottom of the Pit, swine.