Because of the ferment for change, needed was a new front man in Cuba.
Batista, and the mafia, and the wealthy criminal families sucking the sugar blood out of Cuba, had overplayed their hand.
Kennedy said as a punishment, he would scatter the CIA to the wind.
CIA boss Allen Dulles, sacked by JFK, called him a "traitor".
So the American CIA, with the help of their reputed Atlanta-based adjunct, The Coca-Cola Company, installed their darling, Fidel Castro, a popular hero.
When, like Frankenstein's monster, he turned against his creators, they plotted to overthrow Castro and assassinate him.
In the 1970s, some alternative journalists began heckling cocaine-linked Stepan Chemical.
He said he was aware of the criticism of Stepan regarding cocaine.Some years ago, I interviewed on tape, a top official of the firm that makes the secret Coca-Cola base.That is Stepan Chemical, headquartered in the north suburb of Chicago, Northfield, and with plants elsewhere.He could not go into it too far, he said, because of reasons of "national security". The bosses of Stepan have always been close to the Daley family that since the mid-1950s, with just a short hiatus, runs Chicago's city hall machine. When the company set up bottling plants and distribution facilities in a new country, sent in were spy operatives. Senate subcommittee hearings on Iran-Contra late in the 1980,s, the CIA-Coca-Cola link was dealt with.Early on in their history, The Coca-Cola Company assisted the U. The place to hang their hat was the offices and plants, worldwide, of the much ballyhooed drink. So did the sugar content, according to some nutritionist. Century, Coke bought about a billion dollars a year in advertisements in the monopoly press, even more when you add up their so-called "independent" subsidiaries.From 1980 to about the time of his death in 1997, Goizueta was at the helm of the spy-pop witches brew, operating in most every place on the globe. Goizueta's father was a Cuban sugar plantation dictator.