The following has merit:
But what of her supposed connections to the CIA? According to Counterpunch, apparently Ardin is [allegedly possibly] connected through a Swedish anti-Castro group to one Carlos Alberto Montaner, a man with ties to the CIA, as well as Luis Posada Carriles by way of the anti-Castro feminist group Las Damas de Blanco (funded by the U.S. government). Carriles, incidentally, was involved in activities ranging from the Bay of Pigs to the Iran-Contra Affair and the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner which killed 73 people.
As with everything in the world of espionage, connections are difficult to prove but always worth consideration. Espionage exists in a looking-glass world where nothing is as it seems. A world that we cannot possibly imagine and that we are taught not to question for national security purposes. A world where a leftist-feminist can be manipulated into distorting public opinion of Julian Assange. Or where a woman–like many FBI agents in the 60s counterculture, for instance–transforms herself into a leftist-feminist in order to infiltrate radical groups.
As Israel Shamir notes: "For a smear that really sticks, you need to get it from an ex-apostle. An accusation by a Caiaphas does not impress. If you are targeting a leftist, hire leftists."
Unlike many sites that have already judged and condemned Julian Assange as a Zionist agent (but then say maybe not), the above at least says "supposed connections to the CIA." I added the "allegedly possibly" in editorial brackets to emphasize the point.