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June 01, 2015, 05:29:20 PM
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"Agency uses same tactics it claims to be fighting

By Claudia Nelson

05/14/07 "ICH" -- -- The United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) can be considered a terrorist organization according to both international and American definitions of terrorism.

Since September 2001, U.S. President George W. Bush announced that he would use all his resources to fight terrorist organizations and declared a war on terror, which he legally cannot do, since according to the United States Constitution only the Congress can declare war, and it must be declared on a specific source."



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When you're deeply immersed in black ops, be it intelligence or shenanigans, you tend to think laws or some sort of morality don't apply to you. I mean, if you're a CIA agent, you certainly don't worry about that which normal citizens think/worry about. You're on a specific project and usually it is all about cultivating relationships in shitholes and leveraging that to do your bidding. Eventually, you become almost a mirror of what you're tasked to run off.

Secret societies have inflated impressions of themselves and being CIA is the pinnacle of that w/ unlimited money at your disposal w/ no accountability to worry about in most instances.
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