"...creating your fabrications.."
Please tell me which part isn't true: are you saying
- there wasn't a mole software program? or
- Pollard didn't install it? or
- Israel didn't steal virtally every secret the US had?
"Please tell me which part isn't true"
As I observed in my earlier post to you, the biggest complaints about US intelligence has been that (a) the information is SOMEWHERE, but it is usually stored in a fashion that either prevents quick retrieval of that one piece of information or prevents quick fusion of that information with other relevant data (said sata being stored on other computer systems, using data formats that cannot be read except by the originating agency), and (b) that nobody's really doing anything to address the problem.
The notion that there is one great big master database with all of our secrets in it is thus not actually correct.
The notion that could exist a "mole program" that would access this nonexistent master database with all of our secrets is thus also not correct.
This, in turn, implies that Pollard could not have installed this nonexistent mole program that would access the aforementioned nonexistent master databse with all of our secrets is thus also not correct.
And this, in turn, implies that Israel would not be able to steal "virtually every secret the US had," as they would not have any automated means to do so, and the total population of Israel would not be sufficient to steal all of those secrets by hand.