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Thanks for laying it out for us. It sounds as bad as I've been thinking it was.
I truly hope that Snowden is never pardoned. That would be sheer idiocy regardless of who is in office. A recent article on the subject: https://www.google.com/amp/www.newsweek.com/why-obama-wont-pardon-edward-snowden-nsa-538632%3Famp%3D1 Although there are some organizations that are stating otherwise, I doubt that there are any last minute pardons on the list for him. I'm always interested in the opinions on here regarding the intelligence policies. As to what Trump does, It's going to get interesting quickly.
Great article eye opener ongoing diplomatic/ spy war's in the foreign service .
Thank you, Mr. Uehlinger, for an informative and very interesting piece. But is this president capable of 'bold' action which would actually strengthen our country? This move is retaliatory, to be sure, but not against 'the Russians.' A really effective expulsion would be a very different thing, the result of a massive 'purge' which should be the result of very dependable sources working very hard for a very long time, to determine who could be trusted. As things are now, I find it difficult to envisage that there are many of those people still serving; I hope I am wrong. During Churchill's 'wilderness years,' he had to plow ahead, forging what ties he could with what like-minded people he could find. Those people formed the nucleus of the group which went with him into office: old, tried, trusted hands. I know we have these people: I pray for them and always have and always will, world without end, amen.
Great read. Very informative. Thank you.