posted on Nov, 21 2011 @ 10:34 AM
Of course, you realize just how these are "spies" right?
The CIA field officer makes their acquaintance at a bar, or wedding, or family gathering.... gives them his card, and tells them if they ever want to
make a little extra money to give him a call... if and when they do, he asks some trivial crap from them, like, do you know anyone who works here or
there, or are married to or members of the military or such and such political organization..... they answer "yes" the response is "Could you
introduce me?" or "..give me their address so I can mail them something?," or "...tell me where I might be able to meet them?"
After that they are considered "CIA" assets, ... most of them highly expendable... and when the time comes for duplicitous and circuitous games of
intrigue... bingo! There's your list of "spies."
Check the names of the spies.... they are all citizens of the states we are spying on, and most of them didn't perform a single espionage act... they
simply made the naive mistake of thinking there was no harm in "telling this American fool something he could have learned by going to the phone
I suspect these spies aren't colonels or generals, ministers, or judges.... THOSE guys NEVER get caught... they'll 'import them over here' for future
'use' if the country should undergo a revolution or something... then they return as faithful ex-patriots to help the community..... of course, as a
loyal and true friend of the political machinery in place..... here.
Sound familiar? It should. We only do the same damn thing everywhere.
And that poor taxi driver who thought it would be OK to drive the CIA guy around on the side for some disposable income (and making no secret of where
he was going and who he was seeing) is repeatedly having his stomach kicked in for being a "traitor" to his people. It is a pathetic cycle....
edit on 21-11-2011 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)