Finally a good question
Listening to mostly useless crap about Petraeus. The same old epistemological shit: what did you know, when did you know it.
Doesn't matter. Knowledge is irrelevant. Action counts.
Someone finally asked a good and useful
question, more or less incidentally: "Why didn't the CIA know that the FBI was looking at emails of the CIA's own director?"
Though it's phrased as a knowledge question, it's really an action question. CIA's job
is to know what's happening. If FBI can penetrate CIA's own director so easily, we can be sure that anyone and everyone
can penetrate CIA's own director!
Not surprising, of course. We've been very sure for a very long time that CIA is totally penetrated by all our enemies. Totally incompetent organization, should be disbanded.
The only question I'd like to ask: Jill Kelley is listed as "social liaison to southern bases." Why does the milifairy need Social Liaison Officers? How do they help defend the country?
Never mind. The milifairy hasn't defended the country since August 1945. It's a huge organization without a purpose. Should be disbanded.
From UK Guardian:
"The emails between the two women were of a childish, jealous nature and showed some oneupmanship of trying to come across as being more important to Petraeus, the official said."
That's what you get
when you fill an organization with intense mission-minded people and then fail to give them a mission. You get cliques working amazingly hard to gain and undermine personal status.
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Bit later: Of course there's another explanation. These Khawam twins have been working in a purposeful way to gain access to powerful positions, and their beauty has been the key that opens every door. Smells strongly of honeytrap, but I can't figure out who the honeytrap serves.