Wednesday, November 14, 2012

The Idiocy Of U.S. "Intelligence"

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"U.S. intelligence" is an oxymoron if there ever was one. The latest revelations regarding a sex scandal forcing the retirement of CIA Director David Petraeus and the possible undoing of General John Allen is but the latest example of this truth:

The incredible incompetence and stupidity of those overseeing the national security of America is beyond the pale.

When people read my blogs on how the West is being duped into defeat by the East, how 9/11 was Russia's doing, how the 2001 Anthrax mailer continues to roam free in New York City, how Poland's President and high command was assassinated by Moscow in April 2010, etc., they pass it off as impossible as there's a blind faith that America's military and intelligence communities could not be so incredibly foolish as to miss such obvious historical circumstances. Yet, this is the reality of what is unfolding.

Accordingly, one should not doubt warnings that America's Commander-in-Chief and Secretary of Defense are national security threats:

Defectors from the former Soviet Union have long been warning America and the West that they are being duped into defeat. Anatoliy Golitsyn, Stanislav Lunev, Ion Pacepa, Pavel Stroilov, Alexander Litvinenko and the like have been doing their best to tell us the truth, but tragically no one is listening.

Why is this?

(How about because America as a nation is LITERALLY INSANE?!)

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