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Thomas Graves

Did The Russians Gain Anything In The Long Run By Killing JFK?

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At least I've got your attention, now, right?

Now that you're here, let's think "outside the box" for awhile, shall we, I mean, ...  you and I?

LOL

--  Tommy :sun

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OK, how about in the short run?

(lol)

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Question: Was the CIA ultimately strengthened or weakened by the assassination of JFK?

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A tangential question:  Is our present President an unwitting (or even witting!) agent of Nikolai Leonov's buddy, Vladimir Putin?

 

Trivia section:

The short, thin-faced, "Blond Oswald" whom Duran and Azcue claimed they dealt with on 9/27/63 was photographed on 10/02/63 by the CIA in Mexico City, and his photo was labeled "Leon" by them, you know, as in Leonov?)

See photo #7.  "LEON & 2 U[nknown] R[ussian] M[ales]"  https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=4490&relPageId=3

 

Please also see this thread:  

 

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3 hours ago, James DiEugenio said:

Is this supposed to be a serious question?:ph34r:

Please admit you are playing a joke.  

 

I've never been more serious in my life, James Baby.

Are you 1 ) afraid to think "outside the box," or 2 ) do you think you're actually gonna have your long-hoped-for confirmation that "The-Whole-CIA-Did-It" in the near future?  Like sometime in the next fifty years?

Now,

Given the "facts" that we think we know, (minus the silly "Harvey and Lee and the Two Marguerites" theory, of course), would it have been impossible for the Ruskies to do? Did they perhaps think they would benefit in the short run?  The long run?

Hey! I have an idea! How about some Rogue Ruskies?

--  Tommy :sun

Or even better -- Rogue Yanks and Rogue Ruskies workin' together!

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My handlers told me to do it.

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I like the last idea. After all, who was Angleton?

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51 minutes ago, Paul Brancato said:

I like the last idea. After all, who was Angleton?

Paul,

Who was Angleton?

Answer: The possibly mobbed-up (from his time working for the OSS in Italy during WW II) counterintelligence officer who spilled (pardon the pun) a lot of secrets to British double-agent Kim Philby over their Washington, D.C., six-martini lunches, I would imagine.

Who then went kinda nutty when Philby's pals and double-agent colleagues Burgess and Maclean skipped town,

and Colonel Popov got arrested (probably due to poor tradecraft on the CIA's part) in Moscow (the same day LHO arrived there, ironically),

and whose old drinking buddy Philby himself "skipped town" in January, 1963,

and who then proceeded to do more damage to the CIA, through his internal mole hunts and firings, than any Russian spy could ever do, one would think.

Or maybe, just maybe ....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Jesus_Angleton

 

--  Tommy :sun

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The more interesting  question  is if Kennedy  had lived  would  they have still gotten  rid of Khrushchev?

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14 hours ago, James DiEugenio said:

Is this supposed to be a serious question?:ph34r:

Please admit you are playing a joke.  

Dear James,

That's a suggestion I refuse to accept.  LOL

--  Tommy :sun

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