Our lovely spook community is at war with…President Trump! Yes, the Swamp Monster is pissed at him. But in the news today is the story about how, under Obama, all the Chinese spies were eliminated systematically by the Chinese as they have a 100% sovereign right to do…and the CIA is making excuses about this matter. And this ties into the Seth Rich murder in DC…we suspect that this was a CIA hit.
Hannity is talking about the Seth Rich news in the above news story, it is finally breaking across the country instead of only in the corners of the alternative news systems. This is the first time the real news has appeared in mainstream media. The NYT, like the fake Washington Post, is eating up the CIA China story and have many details left out of the WP version of events. So I am covering this twice for I know a HUGE amount about Chinese spy agencies, how they punish people and how they do spying and I have CIA information from my childhood about how that operates, pretty much. Ahem. HAHAHA.
Killing C.I.A. Informants, China Crippled U.S. Spying Operations – The New York Times reports. I said earlier that the miscreants caught by the Chinese were killed quietly but in front of everyone who mattered as a warning. And yes, I was right (naturally, it is easy to figure that out): the story below begins with the US trying to find out who ratted out the Chinese spies to the Chinese (hint: the Chinese did it without having to get info from anyone directly…they did this via electronic spying).
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.
You want to know how to fish out traitors? USE BAIT. Yes, pretend to be someone and see if they agree to corruption stuff like bribes or offers of some sort, etc. Good grief, all nations use this method.
This must be done regularly. In the US, the ‘Saudi Billionaires’ can be engineered to see who is accepting bribes…no longer though. Now, bribes are open and constant since Reagan legalized it ipso facto.
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.
I know the Chinese are reading this story with a great deal of smug amusement. They have always been poking around looking to see who is betraying them. When the Chinese officials lived with me, someone reported them to Beijing.
I came into the basement for our evening meetings and there was this man there that scared everyone, I could see in one minute that they were scared, so I grabbed the visitor and literally threw him out of the house and ordered him to never come back. He was a government spy. Sheng then called Beijing and chewed someone out at the top and was very smug afterwards…the failed muscle man was punished for being…obvious and stupid with me!
The mole hunt eventually zeroed in on a former agency operative who had worked in the C.I.A.’s division overseeing China, believing he was most likely responsible for the crippling disclosures. But efforts to gather enough evidence to arrest him failed, and he is now living in another Asian country, current and former officials said.
Um, this shows they know NOTHING. They are incompetent. They can’t figure out what is going on because they are desk jockeys and unlike say, my parents who traveled all over the world and learned many languages (as did us kids, my specialty being German and Russian and…Hebrew!). Getting information from all sources directly, we were taught how to do this by example.
This is why I could play the ‘diplomacy/spy’ game internationally and did get in trouble but was spared death because of my parent’s good standing in many odd corners of the planet.
Spying and doing diplomatic games rests on making many friendly contacts and I had dozens I built myself, much less than my parent’s hundreds of contacts. But this was also dangerous, when bad things happen, the spook community immediately suspects those of us who have many foreign contacts.
There was good reason to suspect an insider, some former officials say. Around that time, Chinese spies compromised National Security Agency surveillance in Taiwan — an island Beijing claims is part of China — by infiltrating Taiwanese intelligence, an American partner, according to two former officials. And the C.I.A. had discovered Chinese operatives in the agency’s hiring pipeline, according to officials and court documents.
HAHAHA…I bet this ‘catch’ was bogus.
But the C.I.A.’s top spy hunter, Mark Kelton, resisted the mole theory, at least initially, former officials say. Mr. Kelton had been close friends with Brian J. Kelley, a C.I.A. officer who in the 1990s was wrongly suspected by the F.B.I. of being a Russian spy. The real traitor, it turned out, was Mr. Hanssen. Mr. Kelton often mentioned Mr. Kelley’s mistreatment in meetings during the China episode, former colleagues say, and said he would not accuse someone without ironclad evidence.
Um, the NYT doesn’t tell us who Hanssen is in this story. Robert Hanssen:
Robert Philip Hanssen (born April 18, 1944) is a former U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent who spied for Soviet and Russian intelligence services against the United States for 22 years from 1979 to 2001. He is currently serving 15 consecutive life sentences at ADX Florence, a federal supermax prison near Florence, Colorado.
Hanssen was arrested on February 18, 2001, at Foxstone Park near his home in Vienna, Virginia, and was charged with selling U.S. secrets to the Soviet Union and subsequently the Russian Federation for more than US$1.4 million in cash and diamonds over a 22-year period.
On July 6, 2001, he pleaded guilty to 15 counts of espionage in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. He was sentenced to 15 life terms without the possibility of parole. His activities have been described by the Department of Justice’s Commission for the Review of FBI Security Programs as “possibly the worst intelligence disaster in U.S. history.”
This guy did this during the Reagan/Bush Sr./Clinton years. Bush Sr. was the ‘big bad CIA dude’ and…this happened while he was VP and President. This spy worked in DC. The way he was recruited was how all internal spies are recruited. Nothing new here. Back to the NYT story:
Those who rejected the mole theory attributed the losses to sloppy American tradecraft at a time when the Chinese were becoming better at monitoring American espionage activities in the country. Some F.B.I. agents became convinced that C.I.A. handlers in Beijing too often traveled the same routes to the same meeting points, which would have helped China’s vast surveillance network identify the spies in its midst.
I am seriously going to die laughing. So, the spies were stupid? Our own agents doing the ‘recruiting’ are idiots? I knew all sorts of spy tricks when still a child and I inflicted this on adults until it got very serious at Berkeley when I baited the spies who tapped my phone by giving them fake information which became front page news in San Francisco the next morning.
Then we had negotiations about them leaking fake information about me and they didn’t do it again. Still…the point is, they aren’t geniuses at spying or cheating or framing people. Lord knows, they tried very hard to plant evidence on leftists I knew in the sixties, for example.
Still, the Chinese picked off more and more of the agency’s spies, continuing through 2011 and into 2012. As investigators narrowed the list of suspects with access to the information, they started focusing on a Chinese-American who had left the C.I.A. shortly before the intelligence losses began. Some investigators believed he had become disgruntled and had begun spying for China. One official said the man had access to the identities of C.I.A. informants and fit all the indicators on a matrix used to identify espionage threats.
The victim of this paranoia is lucky to be alive.
Officials said the F.B.I. and the C.I.A. lured the man back to the United States around 2012 with a ruse about a possible contract with the agency, an arrangement common among former officers. Agents questioned the man, asking why he had decided to stay in Asia, concerned that he possessed a number of secrets that would be valuable to the Chinese. It’s not clear whether agents confronted the man about whether he had spied for China.
Since he had already retired and was now outside the operations, I doubt he would return to DC if he was a spy. Spies aren’t that stupid! Note the end:
The man defended his reasons for living in Asia and did not admit any wrongdoing, an official said. He then returned to Asia.
The CIA and the major media giants are conspiring with various politicians to frame Trump and I predict this will fail. The mess this is creating will lead to many heads rolling when all the messes are cleaned up one at a time. Like any tower of lies, it takes a while for it to collapse.
There is constant, total leaking by some entities who have bugs all over the White House and other places and this is obvious to me and this is utterly illegal and the media giants know who is feeding them this illicit spy information…so…they will end up being put under oath to tell us who gave them all this inside information!
This is why they CANNOT have any ‘impeachment’ because it is illegal information so far. And the trail of this illegality must be followed all the way to the sources. This is the real story and we won’t see it in the mainstream news until it is obvious, painfully obvious. Leaking information like this is utterly illegal. Much of what the CIA does is…UTTERLY ILLEGAL. For example, it isn’t legal to corrupt, bribe or turn traitor people in foreign countries.