Two days ago, Putin proposed to return the name of the current "General Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces" back to the GRU (foreign military intelligence agency of the Soviet Army).
This, for the 100th anniversary celebration of the founding of RU (later GRU until 2010) by Trotsky 11/5/1918.
What a better way to celebrate, than to offer a little sunshine on the KGB (Russian secret service).
posted on 11/04/2018 1:43:51 PM PST
I saw it on one of the torrent sites. Then again, so was the complete US Special Forces training manuals including the Sniper one...
posted on 11/04/2018 1:46:33 PM PST
by max americana
(Fired libtard employees 9 consecutive times at every election since 08'. I hope all liberals die.)
It is perhaps worth noting that horndog Bill Clinton went to Moscow as a college student.
I bet the KGB has some very interesting pictures and video of him cavorting with Russian hookers and underaged girls...and boys.
posted on 11/04/2018 1:52:01 PM PST
by null and void
(Leftards don't know what 12000 illegal aliens marching thru Mexico know - America's a Great country!)
posted on 11/04/2018 1:55:35 PM PST
( Pray for our nation. Thank the Lord for everything you have. Don't waiting. Do it today.)
I think they really got these from the DNC, Soros, and the media.
posted on 11/04/2018 1:58:23 PM PST
by Right Wing Assault
"Yet what is most intriguing about them is that these same methods are still used today and now amplified with new technology."
Not to worry!
Our magnificent intelligence agencies are on the job...None of those dirty old and successful techniques and patriotic loyalties for us...
Our intels have:
- Far superior LGBT diversity;
- Employ substantial numbers of the Nation's enemies;
- Substantial numbers of the Nation's enemies in leadership positions;
- Recognition that gun owners are the Nation's #1 enemy;
- Recognition that climate-warming deniers are the Nation's #2 enemy;
- Recognition that Christianity is the Nation's #3 enemy; and,
- Substantial support given to the Nation's radical marxist politicians.
posted on 11/04/2018 2:10:43 PM PST
(Where is another agitator for republicanism like Sam Adams when we need him?)
Now its the FSB - the Federal Security Service headquartered in the same building that formerly housed the KGB.
posted on 11/04/2018 2:16:34 PM PST
(In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives In My Heart Forever)
Not to be pedantic but if the manuals are actually KGB manuals then they're at least 20 years old, since the agency now calls itself the FSB.
Regarding the GRU, I worked with a guy in the 1990s who was a former senior lieutenant in the GRU. Something he managed because of family connections - working at a listening station in Armenia kept him out of Afghanistan. While there he got caught by his CO dubbing an ABBA cassette on the GRU's Sony dubbing cassette decks. He spent the rest of his military career dubbing ABBA and various other western pop groups for sale on the black market. This affirmed my suspicion about "Intelligence" agencies generally.
posted on 11/04/2018 2:17:30 PM PST
(Justice Brett Kavnaugh... I like the sound of that.)
KGB Training Manual
Lesson 1: Always be on lookout for Moose and Squirrel.
Is Brennan credited for some of the content?
posted on 11/04/2018 2:33:51 PM PST
KGB training manual?
or CNN employee handbook?
Can you really tell the difference?
posted on 11/04/2018 2:43:37 PM PST
(Number of arrested coup conspirators to date: 2)
I have a feeling that something big is going to come from the meeting between Trump and Putin on the 11th. Just a feeling.
posted on 11/04/2018 3:12:45 PM PST
("Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition!")
Words that strangely show up when doing a Russian language word search of the documents.....Obamanovski, Clintonevski, Schiffski.
posted on 11/04/2018 3:14:14 PM PST
To: MadMax, the Grinning Reaper
posted on 11/04/2018 4:00:49 PM PST
To: gandalftb; null and void; max americana; InABunkerUnderSF; nicollo; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; ...
Victor Madeira, an expert on Soviet and Russian intelligence at the institute for Statecraft, estimates that there are between 280,000 to 480,000 people in the GRU, 387,000 people in the FSB; and, 13,000 people in the SVR. In total, therefore, he estimates there are between 680,000 and 880,000 people in these three agencies alone. For means of comparison, the uK has just 16,868 people devoted to intelligence and security across all of its seven agencies.
posted on 11/07/2018 12:04:41 PM PST
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