By Rollie Quaid.
Mike Pompeo, who was the head of CIA until joining the Trump administration as Secretary of State, spoke at Texas A&M University last week about the ethos at the “Company,” that will make the average American’s hair stand on in.
Hear it straight from the horses mouth:
Wow. This is the first time I make the urge to my readers that they should trust amd
believe a statement from a high CIA official i.e. a spook.
“What’s the cadet motto at West Point? You will not lie, cheat, or steal, or tolerate those who do. I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole. It’s — it was like — we had entire training courses. It reminds you of the glory of the American experiment.” — Mike Pompeo
Pompeo just admitted that the CIA is in the business oflying, cheating, and stealing.
So, when Pompeo is speaking with a fork tongue to invade Iran and
Venezuela for the sake of Israel. Is it a safe bet that he will lie and cheat to convince the American people to go to war in order to steal Persian and Latin America resources will somehow benefit the American people?
How about that fact that when Pompeo was CIA Director, he claimed Wikileaks is a “hostile secret service” and Julian Assange is not a journalist. He continues as Secretary of State to echo that sentiment regardless that Wikileaks is regarded as the embodiment how a free press should be to many American people that see Wikileaks as the watchdog of political and institutionalized corruption.
Pompeo was also a bona fide “Russia-gate”conspiracy theorist in the earlier days of the Mueller FBI probe that recently turned out to be a huge embarrassment to the intelligence services.
(Russia-gate was a theory that partial stated that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election between Hilary and Trump.)
“On Russia, Pompeo will tell senators that “I personally made clear to the Russians that there will be severe consequences for interference in our democratic process.” He doesn’t say what those consequences would be, but he goes on to list “a staggering number of actions to protect our interests,” including sanctions that were essentially forced upon the White House by Congress. He leaves open the question of whether Trump delivered a similarly tough message to Putin. Bloomberg News. (emphasis added)
Lawrence Wilkerson served as chief of staff for former US Secretary of State Colin Powell during the lunacy of Bush Administration and build up to the Iraq war.
He claims that he sees the same pattern that developed ahead of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
“I’m looking at the same kind of trail, as it were, that happened just prior to the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and the same characters with a few new additions actually laying that trail down,” he said in an interview with nonprofit news organization The Real News Network.