Skip to comments.FBI Documents indicate that while Kerry was withthe VVAW that leaders met with the KGB in the US
Posted on 09/10/2004 5:59:57 AM PDT by stockpirate
VVAW collusion with foreign spies? The Diplomatic List published by U.S. Department of State, in 1971 listed Grigoriy Sergeyvich Milhaylovskiy as an assistant Military Attache, Embassy of the U.S.S.R., Washington, D.C. VVAW meets with Soviet KGB spy, pg 184-185
Well is this what it looks like to you?
Isn't it amazing how the lame-stream media is going bonkers over George W. Bush perhaps missing a National Guard meeting or a physical; yet something like this is only perpetuated on Free Republic? Where are the conservative voices? Why is Rush, Drudge or Sean Hannity picking up on this and running with it?
Okay this is probably true, but it's so extreme that it will be viewed in the same manner that the documents obtained by CBS.
Oops! Last sentence typo: Why ISN'T Rush, Drudge or Sean Hannity......
Yes it is. Always has been...and is it not amazing how people from Massachusetts get away with "murder", so to speak???? Kerry should have been prosecuted for what he did in conspiring and collaborating with the enemies of the United States.
Pardon my simple mindedness, but is that not treason???
Hard to say, but it looks that way.
If this is true, it is more proof of Kerry's treason. He was still a commissioned officer in the Naval Reserve.
I would suggest saving a copy of the PDF for future reference, since these types of documents seem to mysteriously disappear from the internet at very convenient times.
Well is not as if I haven't tried to inform them. Maybe a Freep would do the trick.
These are official FBI documents releasd by the Clinton Justice Department.
Yes it is Treasson, even to the simple minded.
It doesn't matter. It will somehow be traced back to W.
Just so there is less of an argument from the Kerry Kool-Aiders (or so we are prepared for their assinanity), is a "military attache" universally accepted as diplomatic speak for a "spy" or intelligence operatives of the different varieties (KGB, MI6, CIA, etc)?
Can anyone verify this as "fact"?
It does matter! It is just that attitude that caused an organization of only 8,500 persons some of who were veterans to be able to prolong the Vietnam war for two more years and the results were that the Communists won. The group wa the VVAW.
I guess what I meant is that no one who should be persuaded will allow themselves to be persuaded.
It's my opinion that they are all plants, sleepers or useful idiots.
I've always been infuriated that while the hippies were screaming and getting hysterical at the CIA allegedly trying to recruit on college campuses that it was really the KGB that was doing it. They recruited knowing agents and the unknowing useful idiots.
I agree we need to do something about the Communists in our Government before it is too late.
Can't speak to it as "fact", but the answer is yes.
FWIW, throughout the 70's the Russian embassy was spread out all over DC. The main consulate at 16th and K; the "agricultural attache" up on California and Connecticutt Ave; the "visa office" on uptown 16th Street; etc.
It was widely assumed that ALL of these offices were engaged in spying, one way or another.
IIRC, John Pollard was dealing with staff in the "agricultural attache." Could be wrong though.
It is on wintersoldier.com
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