posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 02:45 AM
reply to post by mbkennel
This is so obviously NOT a CIA employee.
People have silly ideas what they are like.
I think you have a wrong idea about what or who CIA assets are like. They aren't always like FBI agents or squeaky clean college grads. Sure, those
types turn out to be analysts or handlers, knows as "operations officers", but there are some assets that are different.
There is no possible way anybody acting like that would pass any government security clearance.
May not have to, unless he was an operations officer. See explanation above. I do however have to admit that these "assets" aren't supposed to be
operating within US borders but since when does the CIA play by the rules?
The paramilitaries don't fabricate their own weapons, they'll be given them when they land in Afghanistan---from procurement, and signed
That's not always true, I'm sure. If they were planning a clandestine operation inside our borders, it may be wise to fabricate "untraceable"
weapons. In fact, I would find it odd if they didn't. Whether it be an assassination in a foreign country or a clandestine operation in our own,
fabricating weapons would only seem logical.
Now, I'm not saying that this guy is definitely CIA, only that we don't know and he sure does look suspicious, whether he be CIA, Mossad, some other
foreign intelligence asset or a wanna-be. You can look up the rules and regulations of the CIA and say all you want about how the CIA is supposed to
behave, but by going off that, you wouldn't be able to explain a lot of the things that the CIA has been caught red-handed at, whether it be
Iran-Contra, installment of the Shah or even the CIA plane that went down with tons of coc aine. Tell me, where and how did those guys get their
What I can definitely say for sure, is that he isn't just some idiot pretending to be something he isn't, as he was producing extremely good