Paki FBI Agent Writes NYT Piece Warning Goyim of Soviet Takeover

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 22, 2019

This is all really going off the rails.

Because the whole “War on Terrorism” thing wore everyone out, the Jews decided to bring back the cold war against the Soviet Union, even though the Soviet Union doesn’t exist anymore.

Apparently, the Jews believe the goyim are too stupid to realize that the Soviet Union no longer exists. And they may be right.

Check out this New York Times article by former FBI agent, Paki slut Asha Rangappa.

Literal hammer and sickle header image.

This curry-stank skank says that the communists have already won – because AG Barr is also a communist agent.

Everyone is a communist agent.

You have no idea how deep this conspiracy goes, until you read this Paki FBI agent explaining it to you, you stupid goyim.

It has been hilarious watching the media casually use all of this Tom Clancy type spy language in their reporting. But I guess this bitch has a right to, since she is actually a spook.

Based on the assessment of the intelligence community and the findings of Robert Mueller, President Vladimir Putin of Russia did indeed succeed in his efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election on behalf of Donald Trump.

But Mr. Putin’s ultimate victory may have come on Thursday morning, during Attorney General Bill Barr’s news conference. By seamlessly conflating the terms “collusion” and “conspiracy,” and absolving President Trump of both, Mr. Barr revealed that the Russian information warfare technique of “reflexive control” has officially entered American public discourse — and threatens, with his recent allegations of campaign “spying,” to stay there for a while.

Reflexive control is a “uniquely Russian” technique of psychological manipulation through disinformation. The idea is to feed your adversary a set of assumptions that will produce a predictable response: That response, in turn, furthers a goal that advances your interests. By luring your opponent into agreeing with your initial assumptions, you can control the narrative, and ultimate outcome, in your favor. Best of all, the outcome is one in which your adversary has voluntarily acceded. This is exactly what has happened with much of the American public in the course of Mueller’s investigation.

The assumptions that culminated in Mr. Barr’s conclusions began almost two years ago, when the White House, Trump supporters and the media characterized the focus of the special counsel’s investigation as “collusion.”

As a former F.B.I. special agent who conducted counterintelligence investigations, I can attest that foreign intelligence services do not operate on the basis of explicit agreements or even actions that, standing alone, constitute criminal activity.

Foreign intelligence services rely on manipulating vulnerabilities over time — like greed, or fear of exposure of a secret — to puppeteer those under their influence into acting in their interests without saying a word. Our adversaries also want to make sure they have plausible deniability, so it would be impossible to uncover an agreement made directly with a foreign government itself: As detailed in Mr. Mueller’s report, most of Russia’s overtures were made through cutouts and intermediaries, seeking to capitalize on the ambition of members of the Trump campaign to push along their efforts. Counterintelligence is, in effect, chasing ghosts, which is why the tools used to investigate foreign intelligence activity are secret, like human sources or electronic surveillance. It is not the stuff of which criminal prosecutions are made, and it is partly for this reason that operatives rarely see the inside of a courtroom.

The Mueller report contains hundreds of pages detailing collusion — behaviors that include encouraging, facilitating and being receptive to efforts by Russia and its partners, like WikiLeaks, to influence the election — but the attorney general concluded that there was “no underlying collusion with Russia.” This was based on his conclusion that Mr. Mueller did not find evidence of a criminal conspiracy. In short, “collusion” is now the same as “conspiracy,” and without proof beyond a reasonable doubt of the latter, the former doesn’t exist.

We should take a lesson from this current moment, because it is not over. Mr. Barr’s latest accusations of the F.B.I. “spying” on the Trump campaign once again threatens to flip our understanding of words upside down. By obscuring the important role of checks and balances — including the role of the judiciary in approving legal electronic surveillance based on probable cause — Mr. Barr seeks to make the actions of the investigators, rather than the compromising behavior of the members of the Trump campaign they were investigating, the focus of debate.

Undermining the integrity of law enforcement is a double boon for Russia, which seeks to erode Americans’ confidence in our institutions and constrain our ability to stop their efforts. This time, however, we can stop our reflexive actions to Mr. Barr’s linguistic sleight of hand and keep the focus on the national security threat posed by Mr. Trump’s relationship with Russia. If we don’t, Mr. Putin has certainly won.

So basically:

  • Trump is a Russian agent, it just couldn’t be proven because of the sophistication of Russian tactics
  • Collusion and conspiracy are the same thing, except that they’re different things, Trump is engaged in a conspiracy with the Soviet Union but Mueller couldn’t say that because the conspiracy was actually collusion – but actually, it’s all semantics
  • AG Barr is a KGB agent
  • Putin wants AG Barr to investigate the Obama Administration spying on the Trump campaign using a FISA warrant (based on Pissgate), because this will make people believe the FBI is a criminal organization
  • Putin wants the American people to know that American intelligence agencies engage in illegal spying, because if Americans know that, they will be opposed to it, meaning it will make it harder to illegally spy on random people that the FBI accuses of being KGB agents – meaning the Soviets win again

This has gone far beyond the level of parody.

It’s difficult to even grasp what I just read.

Surely, this conspiracy theory is much, much beyond anything that Alex Jones ever came up with. It was beyond Alex Jones before the release of the Mueller report. But now that Mueller was forced to admit it was all a hoax, to go and imply that Barr is KGB, and that even though the report says Trump isn’t KGB, he actually is KGB and you have to find secret messages in the report to prove this – wow.

I literally can’t even.

I’m not surprised an FBI agent would write this – but why on earth would the NYT print it?

Are they not at all worried about their credibility?

Or are they just counting on all of this being so confusing that even people that don’t buy it won’t be able to explain why it is untrue?

That might be a good bet.

My bulletpoints summarize it, but even I’m still significantly confused. And I’m a whole lot deeper in this than really anyone.

But the Thing Here Is

They’ve given up on proving that the 2016 election was a Russian plot. The reason that they are still pushing this is that they are pivoting to the 2020 election – and every future election.

From now on, every single election – not just in America, but across the entire world – that has an outcome that Jews don’t like will be blamed on a USSR communist plot.

Like, right now there is a good chance that Bernie Sanders might win the Democrat nomination. And if that happens, they are absolutely going to blame the Soviet Union.

Everyone who disagrees with the status quo is now a Russian agent until proven otherwise, and there is literally no way to prove otherwise. Even if the government does a 2 year investigation into you and says you’re not a Russian agent, you will still be presumed to be one.

It might look like they are just committed to their narrative about 2016 and won’t let anything get in the way of their theories – and that is definitely part of it – but the bigger part is looking forward and blaming absolutely everything they don’t like on a Soviet plot.

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