Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Haha, brilliant, these traitors time is up. Hopefully they get the full brunt of the NDAA act. The military should have came in and taken her to
guantanamo for treason. They really need to eliminate dual citizen people out of congress as it is a conflict of interest. There needs to be an
First they were/are accusations, and I think her saying to AG Holder to release any unclassified transcripts or other information is more then
reasonable a retort. Full investigation, no question. I have a very serious issue with anyone providing any information to a foreign power, even
"friendly" ones. (Remember Jonathan Pollard?) and my God someone in government? But in industry/a free lance consultant, new technology designer&and
prediction of anticipatory concepts someone like me does, thats just as bad. This boils my blood when I hear this. How stupid some are. What if the
person someone gives classified or "not for public release" information to someone under a false flag? This is a standard tactic to do research and
due diligence on anyone w/access w/special interest w/those with a sense of injustice or not being fair with country "X", and approach them both
false flagged and from an obtuse source thats real regarding said country, like Pollard did for Israel, but very hard to "backtrack", trace or
identify. When our were exposed, if a conflict we could have f****** lost or had to escalate.
And some wonder why I have nightmares from tim-to-time, because its what WE DON'T KNOW. The Brits of course had their share of traitors because in
some cases, they worry about US power. UUGGGH !!
When caught a country will often respond "oh, WE didn't authorize this it was a rouge operative, etc" Thats a not so veiled way of saying "well
your counter-intelligence bites the big one" You should do better, ah ha... Israel knows more then most of our allies, and they are allies, that
there will be certain persons who for perhaps religious, maybe misplaced ideas that we don't do enough to provide information, etc. The dangers of
treason can be disastrous in many situations. John Walker et el betrayed US NAVY codes, key lists even manuals on the crypto-machines used at the
time. Do you remember in the 1970's ( I can't recall if it was the USS Pueblo or USS Miagreze the later likely misspelled) that were seized? One in
1968 I one in the 1970's.
The one seized by the North Koreans, which would have been handed off to the Chinese due to their junior relationship to them ("as in hey never
forget you owe us and we own your ass") and no doubt the Russians, same reason, got it as well. Walker gave his stuff to the USSR and was according
to former KGB General Oleg Kaluggen, his name likely misspelled as well, said Walkers information was of such great interest that Secretary General of
the USSR himself, even referring to Walker as our special friend, etc. (He used a very specific pet name, can't recall, sorry)
By blatantly seizing those ships, yeah spy ships so what, they got the "real time" documents that among many things show in critical aspects the
family jewels; sources, methods, technology and through interrogation HOW its applied. But the holy of holies the code machines, and other goodies
like EW/ECM/secure communications equipment you name it. And that alone is not good enough, outstanding but as much as getting what that filthy
traitor gave them, then one just connects the dots, and compares what WAS taken to Walkers data just as a double check. A lot of false and misdirected
data/etc is provided as SOP. We can monitor a change in activity to see if swallowed. But this link between the ships taken and Walker did not fully
reveal the connection, I think, until we got Walker.
Then we had Aldrich Ames in charge of running agents inside the USSR, and we only connected the dots after all our Soviet operatives we're rounded
up, no doubt tortured and executed. It's been said that a person who turned for the US was killed by be cremated and very much alive at the time. It
was reported filmed as a warning for others. Horrible, barbaric. And if a perfect example of what I rarely use as a term, Evil. Oleg Kaluggen said he
felt the KGB we're worse then the NAZI's. Jesus... He would know better then me. Thats only logical, given his high access.
We had Dick Hanson FBI in the 80's 90's, a guy in the 1960's who's name I cant recall from NSA and this long before Americans ever heard of the
"NSA" Several one nasty guy I think was Phillip Agee from CIA (name, need to check) and others. One reason by the way the US ****** set up a totaly
US only agency, related to ******* ***** **** ** when CIA was founded because some felt that w/non-US actors in CIA such as the UK, and Australia
which was believed badly penetrated the very sensible argument was lets just keep this in our "house". A most rational thing to do. [NOTE the
"***..."] stuff is mine, hey why not be prudent?