Pete appeared in the comments below to second the notion that the Cuban “revolution” of the late 1950s was a staged event and that Fidel Castro was an American agent. Read about it in his 2016 blog post, Was Comrade Fidel a Fraud?
I read much more into this phenomenon than Cuba alone. Other candidates for this form of stagecraft include the attempted Venezuelan coup d’état in 2002, the rise of the African National Congress and installation of Nelson Mandela as president in South Africa in 1994; the toppling (without violence) of the Soviet Union and all its client states in the early 1990s.
Jail sentences and jail breaks are a common occurrence for fakes – Castro was merely let go by Battista, and Mexican “drug lord” Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has escaped prison twice now, as did serial killer Ted Bundy. Also, remember that short
French Corsican guy, Napoleon …
The strategy is sound. Our overlords pay close attention to underground movements, and are always at work to nip revolution in the bud (which is why, in my opinion, so many blacks are in U.S. prisons for minor offenses). However, when a real revolution cannot be prevented, another layer of strategy kicks in. They run in controlled opposition to lead it, that is, they send in fake leaders and stage fake revolutions to prevent real ones and the rise of real leaders.
There was another series if staged events where a rebellious group of colonies were allowed a fake revolution to prevent a real one, back around 1776 or so. The “new” breakaway country has since had 43 different men serve as president, of whom 42 can trace their lineage to British royalty. (The exception, Martin van Buren, has Dutch roots.)
This points to our founding fathers as British agents, and explains why George Washington and his troops miraculously escaped Long Island during the war … the British let him go. It means that the same group of people, the peerage, who governed England then and now, also govern the U.S. to this day. They are hidden in plain sight.