Dear Mr. Putin, Let’s Play Chess

Beyond chilling.Beyond explosive. Uncorroborated thus far, but internally and externally consistent. Remember this post – it just might explode soon and god knows where the debris will land…

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PART ONE: PAWN TAKES QUEEN

I have an overarching theory of Russia’s attack on America and the West. Here it is.

There have not been a series of attacks on America and Europe by Vladimir Putin. There has been one single operation; it is the same operation.

By 2008, possibly even earlier, according to John Schindler, a National Security expert formerly at the NSA, Russia had placed moles in the highest levels of US counter-intelligence. I take this as my starting-point, because all the subsequent facts bear it out.

Mr. Putin always wanted to use the strength of the West as a lever to attack it, because Russia is weak and poor. So he did, and he used a very old-fashioned and effective method. Spies inside the IC. He also believes in propaganda and mind-games. He uses them on the West, he uses them on Russians, in…

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10 thoughts on “Dear Mr. Putin, Let’s Play Chess

  1. If you are now into this kind of thing Gary, I give you ” http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/10/31/two-shots-to-the-head-suicide-a-movie-review/” Not just the review, but why didn’t we all see this, all we remember is Ollie North taking blame?
    Here your medical opinion would be useful as I think most readers do not believe it physically possible due to the type of gun involved and its extreme characteristics.
    Is America in danger? It always has been, most usually from its own clumsy unfettered and illegal meddling. (There is good reason why CIA stands for Caught In the Act)

  2. Dominoes starting to fall. Stuff hitting the fan. Just the beginning, I feel. Tip of the iceberg. Dr. H. Your message is prescient.

  3. Well Gary this is a departure!
    So Nigel is a Russian stooge? If you want to piss us Brits off further, now that we have a chance of getting our country back you can give us more background on the recently revealed CIA plan to give the Falklands to Argentina and dump the populace in Scotland. More interesting is how the author of Ghost Force (Patrick Robinson) got to know about it many years beforehand.

    If you are now heading in this direction, let us go back in time and see if you can find out why some of Dilly Knox’s work is still classified. It was, he I believe not Gordon Welchman who originated what is now called traffic analysis in the school-house at Bletchley. However the method of traffic analysis is both well known and in the public domain, and nowadays incorrectly attributed to Welchman. (According to Welchman himself in a post war paper.) A pity he later upset so many US generals and Admirals the “Feynman of covert coms” was poorly done by.

    Of course I still respect your medical opinion absolutely.
    No I realise that you did not write the article, but did you obviously condone it.
    As a Brit I have never heard of most of the names mentioned, but the US has this vast drawn out election system that drags on boringly for months, where money is the key to winning. It is not even a system representative of the total numbers of votes for any candidate and very obviously open to all sorts of interference and corruption at many levels. It gave you Trump, so live with it and see what he does. Would a second impeachment lead some to believe that the USA does not know what it is doing? If it does not work out we can send Bernie over to run the country for you, he is just about free now. .

  4. This whole thing feels similar to Sullenberger,s bird strike. It is very quiet now and we know we have only seconds before all hell breaks loose. Sure wish HE was flying our spaceship instead of Putin, et al.

  5. While I have no doubt that Putin is a master strategist, we should probably assume he’s rational and thus consider cui bono? The simplistic “Putin hates America” is absurd … why should he care? Like all politicians, Putin will do what is good for 1. Putin, 2. Putin’s buddies, 3. Russia (maybe). Second, I’m deeply sceptical of several allegations. In particular I find it wildly improbable that Snowden was a plant. A foreign intelligence agency would have far more to gain keeping a low level mole with wide access in place than by forcing him into the open. Third, to assume that the intelligence community – and counter int in particular – is unaware of the potential for penetration is again silly… this is explicitly why there are TS/SCI programs. CI people are most vulnerable to compromise – they are screened rigorously, the screeners are screened and the screeners of the screeners are screened. Been there, done that.

    Next I’ll comment on the so-called GLOMAR response. This is incoherent gibberish. The phrase “I cannot confirm or deny…” is a standard response when anything that is classified is asked in an open forum and has been for years. For interest sake, the Glomar Explorer was a vessel constructed by Hughes and launched in 1972 to recover a sunk Russian submarine (K-129). This is in the public record… heavens, there’s even a Wikipedia page that describes Project Azorian.

    As for impeaching The Donald … in what possible way could this be bad for America?

  6. This may take a while to percolate, but there are snippets of information about this coming to the surface and it appears there may be something to it. People in the media here in the US who have insight are being pretty tight lipped. Too much so.
    These cases take time ,obviously , to reach the point of indictments but there is something going on.

  7. You’re right, it does all fit. Why Tillerson? Putin needs the sanctions lifted so he directs drumpf to appoint a friend. Why would Tillerson leave Exxon for State? To help his friend Putin.

    Look at the changes to the Republican platform … the only thing drumpf’s team wanted related to Ukraine.

    I’m keeping this link handy so I can follow as I believe it will be revealed. And I totally buy the Snowden link. Never believed the “civil disobedience” line. If so, stay here and face the charges. Leaving just makes you look like a traitor.

    Thanks for sharing this. It will be interesting to see what happens.

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