Putin is an all-star in the major leagues of the spy world and Obama is hitting below the Mendoza line in Single A ball. The Russians continue to make Obama and the western world look like fools and amateurs. They intercepted damning conversations by top American officials that prove the Fascist States of America are behind the violent uprisings in the Ukraine. Our friends in the CIA are up to their old tricks.
But the absolute priceless quote of the day is from State Department government drone Jen Psaki who acted appalled at the dastardly actions of the Ruskies.
“It’s concerning that private conversation was recorded.”
An American government spokeswhore has the fucking balls to be outraged by having private conversations recorded by a foreign government. Do these drones understand the concepts of irony and hypocrisy?Obama and his NSA scum sucking spy agency hoover up every conversation on the face of the earth to be used at a future time against anyone they declare an enemy of the state, but they are outraged by the Russians recording a discussion among people who want to do damage to their interests by fomenting a revolution in the Ukraine.
I absolutely love seeing the United States government revealed as the evil fascists they pretend to fight. And they call Edward Snowden a traitor. Know your true enemy.
State Department Confirms Authenticity Of Intercepted Ukraine Phone Call: Accuses Russia Of Dirty Tricks
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 02/06/2014 18:45 -0500
If there was any doubt whether the intercepted “Fuck the EU” phone call between Assistant Secretary of State Nuland and the US Ambassador to the Ukraine Pyatt was authentic, it can now be laid to rest: in an earlier response to questions from reporters, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki did not dispute authenticity of recording and essentially confirmed it was real “I didn’t say it was inauthentic.”
However, in the tried and true fashion of assigning blame elsewhere, the world learned that it was really all Russia’s fault and the released intercept was a “new low of Russian tradecraft.” Psaki added that there are moments “in every diplomatic relationship” when you disagree, Psaki says. But the absolute punchline: “It’s concerning that private conversation was recorded.”
Perhaps maybe the NSA can opine on the concernability of a private conversation being recorded.
Then again in a world in which only the NSA is allowed to record every single private conversation, one can easily see why the State Dept thought it was safe to discuss its state subordination strategy over what appears to have been an unencrypted landline. At least the CIA used to communicate by encrypted redlines.
Finally, while Russian “tradecraft” may have hit a new low, so did US reputation and standing abroad, however offset by the humiliation and embarrassment of US foreign policymakers which has never been higher.