Anonymous CIA Operatives Whine To New York Times, China Has Caught All US Spies


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Killing C.I.A. Informants, China Crippled U.S. Spying Operations – The New York Times reports in pure hysteria.  The gist of this entire article is: we have the right to spy, bribe foreign entities and pry into everyone’s private affairs whereas, no one is allowed to spy on the US and Wikileaks is evil because they release information vital to citizens which our own spies are hiding from us because the Bilderberg gang doesn’t want citizens to know what the hell is really going on as they push us into one disaster after another!

 

 WASHINGTON — The Chinese government systematically dismantled C.I.A. spying operations in the country starting in 2010, killing or imprisoning more than a dozen sources over two years and crippling intelligence gathering there for years afterward.

 

HAHAHA.  How dare a sovereign nation do this!  They are supposed to let enemies infiltrate and run their governments secretly,  not have sovereignty and protecting themselves.  Sheesh…ah…I am going to die laughing.

 

Note how this entire hysterical article has zero proof and no one has a name all are unnamed sources.  That is, it is all trash.  Zero confirmation of anything.  It is pure rumor fed to the NYT by our own spooks who want the US public to hate China for stopping our illegal, illicit spies from taking over China.  Hello, patriotism isn’t just for Americans!

 

Current and former American officials described the intelligence breach as one of the worst in decades. It set off a scramble in Washington’s intelligence and law enforcement agencies to contain the fallout, but investigators were bitterly divided over the cause. Some were convinced that a mole within the C.I.A. had betrayed the United States. Others believed that the Chinese had hacked the covert system the C.I.A. used to communicate with its foreign sources. Years later, that debate remains unresolved.

 

HAHAHA…all are fools.  Or rank liars.  I have played very hard diplomatic/spy games with the Chinese for years.  I have even forced them to do something they didn’t want to do, too.  I hosted a number of Chinese spies at my own home, they literally lived with me and we played the spy vs spy game with each other with great happiness.

 

I won.  That is, the Chinese communist spies living with me ceased being ‘communists’.  We had many ideological battles in my basement where we had our headquarters for these fights.  It was immense fun for me.  I won because I showed Sheng how to make money.  ‘I love money’ he announced.

 

OK: I told the State Department, ‘We are in trouble.  The Chinese communists have figured out how to make money and they love this.’  Seriously, that was my report via my father.  The State Department decided ‘We will win the Cold War’ and I said, ‘No, the Chinese will destroy us in the economic markets because they like making real money.’

 

But there was no disagreement about the damage. From the final weeks of 2010 through the end of 2012, according to former American officials, the Chinese killed at least a dozen of the C.I.A.’s sources. According to three of the officials, one was shot in front of his colleagues in the courtyard of a government building — a message to others who might have been working for the C.I.A.

 

Hello!  This happens in Washington, DC, too!  Exactly the same including ‘robbing’ someone important who slips information to Wikileaks and pretending it was a robbery only the assassins forgot to steal the victim’s wallet.

 

Still others were put in jail. All told, the Chinese killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 of the C.I.A.’s sources in China, according to two former senior American officials, effectively unraveling a network that had taken years to build.

 

Ahem: what do you do if you find out someone is spying for a foreign power that has nuclear bombs?  Do you kiss them and wish them well?  Duh.

 

The previously unreported episode shows how successful the Chinese were in disrupting American spying efforts and stealing secrets years before a well-publicized breach in 2015 gave Beijing access to thousands of government personnel records, including intelligence contractors. The C.I.A. considers spying in China one of its top priorities, but the country’s extensive security apparatus makes it exceptionally hard for Western spy services to develop sources there.

 

I swear, the NYT wants to kill me by making me die laughing.  When I was playing games with the Chinese government from 1979-1992, this was all kept secret.  I could even camp in front of the UN for an entire month with a number of Chinese who the government of China wanted to deport and punish, and forced Bush Sr. to surrender to my list of demands…and none of this appeared in US news.

 

In China, they were furious with me.  One Chinese official even visited me and yelled, ‘Why did you do this!  We thought you were our friend.’  I said to him, ‘Not anymore, you all committed crimes against unarmed students.’  But then, our own government has a history of gunning down students…and attacking us, arresting us, arresting me!  I am no fool.  I know how the State works.

 

At a time when the C.I.A. is trying to figure out how some of its most sensitive documents were leaked onto the internet two months ago by WikiLeaks, and the F.B.I. investigates possible ties between President Trump’s campaign and Russia, the unsettled nature of the China investigation demonstrates the difficulty of conducting counterespionage investigations into sophisticated spy services like those in Russia and China.

 

Iron rule of counter-espionage: you can’t complain when traitors are arrested.  That is, all our ‘contacts’ and ‘operatives’ are TRAITORS by definition.  We do the same to any spies caught here.  Often, there is a ‘spy exchange’.  But the Chinese are refusing to do this.  They want blood and I trace this back to my dealings with them all.

 

They take this game very seriously and were very seriously pissed off when I won against them.

 

The C.I.A. and the F.B.I. both declined to comment.

 

HAHAHA.  No, they use ‘anonymous’ instead.  Duh.

 

Details about the investigation have been tightly held. Ten current and former American officials described the investigation on the condition of anonymity because they did not want to be identified discussing the information.

 

HAHAHA…the program to kill us by making us die laughing is funny…erk…hell…I am feeling faint.

 

 The first signs of trouble emerged in 2010. At the time, the quality of the C.I.A.’s information about the inner workings of the Chinese government was the best it had been for years, the result of recruiting sources deep inside the bureaucracy in Beijing, four former officials said. Some were Chinese nationals who the C.I.A. believed had become disillusioned with the Chinese government’s corruption.

 

Um, recruiting spies is…CORRUPTION.  One does not fix government corruption by enabling hostile foreign powers to spy on one’s own government.  No country on earth would encourage or allow this.  But all countries want to DO this…to others.

 

We want the Chinese to be traitors.  We want secrets.  We want to pry into their affairs and through this control them for our own ends.

But by the end of the year, the flow of information began to dry up. By early 2011, senior agency officers realized they had a problem: Assets in China, one of their most precious resources, were disappearing.

 

I know the Chinese really well.  What they did was, show the other bureaucrats and diplomats the dead bodies of those caught betraying China…tortured to death, most likely…and everyone got the message.

 

 As more and more sources vanished, the operation took on increased urgency. Nearly every employee at the American Embassy was scrutinized, no matter how high ranking. Some investigators believed the Chinese had cracked the encrypted method that the C.I.A. used to communicate with its assets. Others suspected a traitor in the C.I.A., a theory that agency officials were at first reluctant to embrace — and that some in both agencies still do not believe.

 

How dare the Chinese corrupt our own spies!  HAHAHA.  And again: zero proof of anything from anonymous sources who claim this shouldn’t be discussed but want it published so a billion people can read about it all?  HAHAHA.

 

Their debates were punctuated with macabre phone calls — “We lost another one” — and urgent questions from the Obama administration wondering why intelligence about the Chinese had slowed.

 

So, Peace Prize Prince, Obama, was pissed that he couldn’t illegally spy on China…got it.  Ahem: the Chinese had a 100% right to track down and destroy traitors feeding secrets to the US.  Period.  We also have the right to do this.  The US ‘secrets’ are often crap being plotted against AMERICANS and our ‘allies’ which is why Wikileaks pisses off our rulers no end.

 

They do not want us to learn about their schemes and plots to run us off the rails, into the ground, endanger our lives, etc.  Anyone revealing these secret plans gets screamed at nonstop by US fake news media operations like the NYT.  The rat’s nests in the CIA and NSA has to be cleaned out and they are terrified that this will happen.

 

The non-doctrinaire former Democratic candidate for VP who will take over and fix the FBI scares them all to death, he is of no party now and is open to seeing what is really going on, being outside the loop of the Bilderberg gang.  I would suggest, he was the last person before Sanders and Trump to be a non-Bilderberg gangster to run for the top offices and they are determined this never happens again.

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17 responses to “Anonymous CIA Operatives Whine To New York Times, China Has Caught All US Spies

  1. Joseppi

    Meanwhile, back in Washington, Seth Rich, the man suspected of leaking Democratic party emails, was shot dead.

  2. Petruchio

    “Note how this entire hysterical article has zero proof and no one has a name all are unnamed sources. That is, it is all trash. Zero confirmation of anything.” This is a tactic the MSM has been using for years. Fox uses it all the time. Lots of stories on Fox would be intro’ed by “Some people say…”. Or Fox would cite some poll citing it as “proof” for something, but never showing the Poll or what the questions were. The real problem, imho is that most Americans have lost the capacity to do Critical thinking.

  3. Petruchio

    Elaine: did you note this? NOBODY at the CIA is gonna lose their job over this China Spies disaster! Think about that. You are in the business of stealing the Secrets of other countries and recruiting people to betray their Country. We could debate the Moral Dilemna about doing this some other time, but if Espionage is the business you are in, THAT’S what you do. In any event, the CIA has a long history of failure in the business they are supposed to be doing. The CIA didn’t know about the collapse of the Soviet Union until they watches it happen on CNN!!

  4. Christian W

    – Trump is out-Bilderberging the Bilderbergs.

    – Ivanka Trump gets $100 million bribe from Saudi.

    – Trump Jr doing business on the side in Abu Dhabi.

    – Jared Kushner intervened to give the Saudis a discount on their deal with Lockheed.

    KA-CHING KA-CHING KA-CHiNG

    Wohoo!

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  5. ziff

    @1 heads up, looks like Rich was killed in hospital.

  6. OF COURSE Trump’s family will take bribes. ALL our politicians have been taking bribes. Reagan legalized bribery when he flew off to Japan and gave a ten minute speech for $2 million which would be $10 million in today’s inflation prices.

    Back then, I protested. I demanded he be arrested. The media praised him and cheered and said, ‘The Japanese love Reagan.’ Not, ‘Arrest this man for accepting bribes.’

  7. Jim R

    Interesting. Dr. Anon needs to be careful out there …

  8. billibaldi

    Dear Elaine, sorry I am bit late to this post, but nobody has pointed out that the take down of the Chinese spy orchestra started approximately 12 months after Hilary Diane Rodham Clinton was appointed Secretary of State and fires up her ( less than security grade ) private server.

    The mention of HRC in the China section of the CIA must cause a lot of upside down smiles. It is decades of work gone.

  9. Yes, that is true. And yes, it is very likely. And yes, this will never, ever make the news.

  10. Jim R

    And if it is splintered into a thousand pieces, and scattered to the wind, they will lose a half-century of work.

    Question is, was that work ever worth doing?

    It’s not that we don’t need any security on the geopolitical stage, it is that we don’t need it to think it can run the whole show. It does poorly at that.

  11. Blissex

    This is a story from 2010 that is reported as resolved by 2013. It happened during B Obama’s presidency. Why is it is in the news now?

    My guess is that lots of people are expected to fail to notice that this all happened during Obama’s term and will associate security failures with the current president.

  12. Correct, Blissex. Note that I always dredge up the past to compare present events for this very reason. Our media trash talkers never do this or do it only selectively.

  13. Jim R

    What I don’t get, since the election: aren’t the spooks supposed to shut up and never be heard from? Why do they keep shouting through the press?

  14. HAHAHAHA. They are tools used by the Bilderberg gang who run the media. That is, the fake news systems. They obey their masters and are right now spying on Trump and releasing information ILLEGALLY. This is all effing illegal and everyone doing this should be arrested.

  15. Blissex

    «now spying on Trump and releasing information ILLEGALLY.»

    One if the essential problems with “secret services” is that their activity must necessarily involve illegality, because even if the will existed to pass laws to legalize their activities, like for the police or military, that would just mean admitting in public what they are allowed to do: secret, unauditable, murder, kidnapping, spying, blackmail, bribery, forgery, … That is completely different from the police or military who are allowed to use weapons and force only (in theory) in strictly controlled and public and auditable ways.
    The problem of course is that since their illegality is secret and unauditable their exemption from the laws can be abused more and more. Who watches the watchmen? …

  16. You nailed it on the head…by nature, the CIA must be a criminal-leaning operation.

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