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Yes, it's time to enact the Wanta National Recovery Plan for America.
- Simply put, Iran would never have come to the table in Geneva unless it had no nuclear weapons program...duhh...confirmed by the CIA.
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When her father left home for work he was sworn to secrecy. Now, a half-century later, the declassified national secret allowed a reporter to learn about her father’s Cold War era profession, which involved helping to invent America’s first spy satellite.
A bit ago, Obama was celebrating the imaginary death of Osama bin Laden. A simple and inexorable fact: bin Laden was US agent for years and died while working for the US, well over a decade ago. I have debriefed his CIA handler, interviewed his ISI associates and now recommend him for a Presidental Medal of Freedom for his work in fighting communism and ending the Cold War. His CIA files have been altered, paragraphs added to make him look like a terrorist, wrong type face, "cut and paste." Shameful.
The decline of America and its global stature probably began with the implementation of our modified capitalistic society, though I choose to discuss the decline from the end of the Second World War when it is far easier for us to view and for us to remember.
I began this series of articles on the forty facts you should know about why many see America as being on the decline.
During Washington's leadership of the war on socialism, the rollback of the Iron Curtain, and the dismantling of the Soviet Union took center stage, but there were other items on its agenda, both at home and abroad.
Panic is always a death sentence in these situations, and a little luck appreciated, although there usually is no time to pray for it.
ISI-CIA cooperated with each other throughout the war against Soviet forces in Afghanistan in 1980s. The latter never felt offended on being kept in the backseat concerning planning; coordination, training, equipping and launching of Mujahideen were concerned. The US provided intelligence, funds, arms and fighters from other Muslim countries only. The ISI was eulogised and given due credit for the successful conclusion of the war. Its stature grew so high that it was seen as the most potent and effective spy machine in the region and second to none. After 1990, when the US hastily abandoned Pakistan and consequently Pak-US relations got strained, ISI also came in bad books of the US and ignited CIA-ISI cold war. During the two short tenures of PPP, an effort was made to shorten the long arm of the ISI.