CIA Advocates Assassinating Putin

Well that is comforting.
Notice the author. “Former” top official in the CIA. He wasn’t just CIA, he was ultra-CIA, like King of the CIA. Watch out for guys like that. They will kill you. They can kill you. They kill people all the time. It’s what they do. They kill Americans too. Pretty regularly. And they never get caught.
Notice it says former CIA. But there is no such thing as former CIA. Once Agency, always Agency in my book, unless you specifically renounce them, which usually isn’t done. I figure the CIA uses these “former” CIA guys to write some of the more wild and insane stuff that current spooks can’t really get away with saying. Current CIA might get some heat for saying, “Kill Putin now.” So they just outsource the job to “former” CIA. Get it?

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  1. Correct on the “former CIA” bullshit. A retired CIA offical was photographed in Dealey Plaza when JFK died, and it was not because he lived in Dallas. And a fired CIA Director (by Kennedy) ran the Warren Commission.

      1. There are suspicions that certain faces belonged to specific agents, but it’s generous speculation, not a positive id. When one listens to Colonel Fletcher Poultry though, and he shares General Krulak’s reaction to the photograph in question, it’s all but impossible to conclude that the man Prouty and Krulak focused on in the picture was not Maj. General Ed Lansdale. That son of a bitch. The only other faces photographed along the parade route in Dealey Plaza that are highly suspicious to me are seen in Altgens 1 photo. The two men in hats bear a compelling likeness to agents Tracey Barnes and Rip Robertson. Even without them being there, there are prime reasons for them to be tagged as likely suspects for involvement.

        1. Nominay yes I have heard and seen Fletcher Prouty`s website, it`s very compelling as well as the radio man who ends up next to ` umbrella man ` It`s also possible that one of ` the tramps ` is E. Howard Hunt, his son even thinks that it is him in the photos.
          The best book I have read on the subject is A Deeper Darker Truth by Donald T. Phillips, he goes into the evidence, photos and x rays etc in a completely different way, it`s very compelling and he even works out the head shot came from a storm drain near the Limousine.

      2. “Nominay yes I have heard and seen Fletcher Prouty`s website, it`s very compelling as well as the radio man who ends up next to ` umbrella man ` It`s also possible that one of ` the tramps ` is E. Howard Hunt, his son even thinks that it is him in the photos.”
        I’ve suspended opinions and interest on who the tramps are. I’m not convinced that they are anyone recognizable, and to me they’re low level players, vaguely in the know.
        There’s definitely something up with the dark guy you refer to. He’s not black. He’s certainly south of the border. He has a shaved head and a beret. Shaven head and beret are strictly military image in 1963, yet he’s plainclothes. It’s hard to imagine that he’s not using a walkie talkie, which was state of the art and not yet on the market. During the assassination, he has his armed raised up in the air with a clenched fist, not a wave. When he sits next to Umbrella Man they look absurdly suspicious. The fact that one Louie Witt claimed to be Umbrella Man before a Senate committee clearly warrants a closer investigation of him, whether he is Umbrella Man or not. He also bold-faced lied about why he had the umbrella with him.
        “The best book I have read on the subject is A Deeper Darker Truth by Donald T. Phillips, he goes into the evidence, photos and x rays etc in a completely different way, it`s very compelling and he even works out the head shot came from a storm drain near the Limousine.”
        There were definitely multiple assassination teams in select locations at the plaza. We have enough evidence to determine that much, and decent circumstanial evidence on who some of those players were.

  2. wow do you think Putin was supposed to hear that?
    That’s pretty strong stuff.
    1) I don’t think Putin is the kind of guy to back away from a challenge.
    2) maybe there are one or two people in Russia who we would have to worry about more than Putin.

  3. It’s been proven the FBI planned to look away if certain Occupy Wall Street leaders were taken out.
    NSA-ers openly say they hope they get a chance to off Snowden, who they associate with Putin. Obama drone bombs sons of Muslim resistors and his rules of engagement say if you are within 5 miles of a target in Yemen and Afpak, you are considered a terrorist and let God sort out the innocent.
    We live in a kleptocracy of Zio-Capitalist Police State oppression.

  4. I’m usually vehemently opposed to CIA coups against other governments, but in Putin’s case might make an exception. Granted his replacement won’t be much better.

    1. It sounds like you are not opposed to coups on principle then. Otherwise, why violate your beliefs against coups just because you don’t like the guy? It’s certainly not credible to suggest that Putin is a threat to the US. What’s dangerous is attempting to snuff out a leader from as a big a world power as Russia. How is antagonizing Russia and attacking their elected leader of a sovereign state going to help you sleep better at night?

      1. It’s not that I’m in favor of a coup per se, just that I’m not opposed to the notion of killing him. I don’t feel threatened by him, but I certainly wouldn’t feel any sympathy for him in the event of his death. The CIA doesn’t usually coup quasi-dictators.

  5. I realy don’t like what your sayin about the gypsy Community I am one of those gypsy u speak about and quite frankly I don’t like it every race you have those bad people not all gypsies are bad so don’t speak about the gypsys like that

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