[cryptome] Re: The CIA Saves Lives

  • From: Chien Fume <chien.fume@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2014 18:39:39 +0200

Ed S: Keep pressing onward, Pilgrim! You're 100% correct about Sharia law.
If this isn't stopped, there won't be any Cryptome, and no wiseacres
quoting worn-out Marxist and Fascist propaganda. The US has made mistakes,
but none as great as those made by the Communists and now by the
head-chopping, clitoris-removing Muslims!

Chien Fume

On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 5:22 PM, <militarywritersassociation@xxxxxxxxx>

> Has the United States made mistakes along the way, no doubt. Have good
> people been used and killed, yes. It is so easy to look back and point out
> all the mistakes. The CIA is responsible for providing intelligence and
> take actions that will insure the survival of the United States in a world
> where there is no shortage of enemies. No matter what they do to some it
> will see it as wrong. The United States is in a war for its survival, and
> no one will say it but it is religious war, Muslims against Christians. The
> CIA did things that no American is proud of but they are fighting a war
> without borders, rules and common sense. Sharia law makes what the CIA did
> look like a walk in the park. I am sure my view point will not be popular
> on this list but that’s ok, because others have quietly done their jobs
> that allows me to express my opinions, without having to worry about a
> knock on the door. So please feel free to attack me for saying what I
> believe to be true......
> Best regards,
> Ed S.
> -----Original Message----- From: Peter Presland
> Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 9:35 AM
> To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [cryptome] Re: The CIA Saves Lives
> On 10/12/2014 13:10, Chien Fume wrote:
>> a system of government that, like it or not, has done more good than harm
> If you genuinely believe that then we are at the core of the problem.
> Here are some of the bads:
> 1. Treating the South American continent as a collection of vassal
> states through much of the 20th century with a continuing fierce
> opposition to any gestures of independence from their varying current
> states of vassal-hood.
> 2. Raising every North Korean city to the ground through the early
> 1950's, killing millions both North and South in the process.
> 3. Killing 3 million Vietnamese and poisoning both population and land
> for decades - to what purpose was that repulsive episode directed?
> 4. Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Ukraine costing millions more lives
> and the destruction of ancient cultures.
> And they are just the tip of the 20th century iceberg of 'do things our
> way or else' threats menaces and similarly dirty covert operations,
> which continue with increasing desperation.
> Don't you think the Empire might just have something badly wrong? or is
> it all going to plan? I'd be interested in your views.
> And while you're at it, maybe a similar list of those 'goods' you see.
> PeterP

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