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Is the "project for a new American century" the one Newt Gingrich speaks for?
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Here is what that Paranoid Andrei Illarionov has to say about BH's Russia. he is the very anthesis of Putin aparantly.

Welcome to the new Russian Fascist State bh. I hope you enjoy it.
Hmmm... latest Intel imbroglio is interesting. British agents were discovered by the FSS (the successor to the KGB) uploading their PDA's from a remote recording device hidden inside a fake rock.

Fallout comes from records showing payments to NGOs that are anti-Putin.

So the latest "mail drop" is a PDA transfer to a hidden device, which is then received by another PDA, later. Neither agent needs to come closer than 65 feet to the mail drop.
Let's compare histories:

Chile
Quote:Chile is commonly portrayed as the great exception to Latin America's long and difficult struggle to overcome economic backwardness and instability. In 1982, conservative economist Milton Friedman of the University of Chicago pronounced the market-driven policies of Gen. Augusto Pinochet's military dictatorship "an economic miracle." Friedman was hardly an impartial observer. He and other Chicago economists had trained many of the dictatorship's ultra-free-market economic advisors, a group of Chilean economists who became known as the "Chicago Boys." Other prominent U.S. economists, however, also tout Chile's "economic miracle." In 2000, Harvard economist Robert Barro asserted in Business Week that Chile's "outstanding performance derived from the free-market reforms instituted by ... Pinochet." Even Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz, a strong critic of the Chicago School, described Chile in his 2002 book Globalization and its Discontents as an exception to the failure of unregulated free markets and free trade policies in developing nations.
WmLambert Wrote:So the latest "mail drop" is a PDA transfer to a hidden device, which is then received by another PDA, later. Neither agent needs to come closer than 65 feet to the mail drop.
Yup, 65 feet, if it works properly. The funniest was video by hidden camera: moscow street, winter, Brit diplomat, unsuccessfully trying to communicate with defective "stone" and later trying to repair it with kicks, stunned moscovites watching Brit, who is kicking big stone...