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Response to trof (Reply #2)

Thu May 30, 2019, 08:33 PM

10. thanks, I enjoyed your O.P.

"please allow me to introduce myself"

Believe it or not, I had a top-secret clearance, in the U.S. Navy - to hunt dangerous, nuclear submarines of the USSR - from a P-3 Orion, during Vietnam and understand the concept of NEED TO KNOW! Every intelligence agent will evoke the "NEED TO KNOW" necessity, when these political clowns (aka traitors, Trump appointed to head the U.S. intelligence agencies) attempt to force them to reveal secrets.

Also, believe it or not, long after my military service, I rented from a C.I.A. agent, who despised "W" Bush. He retired the equivalent of Colonial (Captain in the Navy.) We'd sit by the back-door of his mansion, where I rented the butler's quarters and drink beer. I was working at a radio station, at the time; but I've written and edited copy for other media companies. At the time "W" was president and my land-lord and friend also told me that if Bush reactivated him, he would go back to Guantanamo Bay. He served, during the Bay of Pigs invasion. In many ways, the CIA resembles the KGB, or whatever Putin calls them now. "You can take the agent out of the CIA, but you can't take the CIA out of the agent."

Please allow me to introduce myself.

Essentially, Trump double-crossed Putin, by not keeping his word. Now, the fool has double-crossed China, the CIA, and other dangerous agencies, which will obtain retribution: Wait until retired intelligence agents begin criticizing the Criminal-In-Chief, on international media, right before his reelection attempt.

The link leads to a Youtube video of a Rolling Stones performance, which was not at all typical. Mick Jagger decided to pay the Hell's Angels (to conduct security) in beer! His poor decision caused serious consequences, including deaths at the Altamont Festival, in 1969.

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