Friday, July 21, 2017

The Only Song for the CIA in Iran is "Cry Me a River"

CIA Director Mike Pompeo blasted the New York Times Thursday for publishing the name of the undercover officer in charge of the agency's Iran operations.

Fox News:  CIA Director Pompeo slams NY Times for outing covert officer

The CIA was part of it in 1953 when the U.S. and Britain destroyed Iran's sovereignty by forcing re-installation of the Shah of Iran, Reza Pavlavi, and the purpose was to prevent nationalization of the Iranian oil fields.  Not surprisingly, that caused all kinds of problems and the Iranian people overthrew him to admit the Ayatollah Khomeini to the scene.  The CIA has been trying to cause problems ever since and all are most notable, like the Bay of Pigs, for their failures.  The consequence has been a constant state of tension and all because America interfered in the first place.

The interference in the Middle East by Britain and America in 1947 with the creation of Israel turned out to be incredibly divisive and disruptive but far more so than was necessary since America aligned exclusively with Israel to the point at which they can do no wrong.  That position shows a shocking indifference to the brutalities perpetrated in the Occupied Territories by Israel and the gross usurpation of that land.

CIA meddling wherever they do it brings nothing but political disruption and usually also death.  The organization has never served a righteous purpose in its entire existence and they have brought immense shame, expense, and death to America.

The Rockhouse hopes that operative gets out alive but, beyond that, we don't care what happens to him.  Ideally he would get an honest job but it's too much to hope for that lot.

No comments: