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Tim Weiner Discusses the History of the CIA

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tomest05 Avatar
Posted: 12.22.10, 04:34 PM
This was an outstanding presentation, and I believe if members of the intel community watched this they would fully understand that Mr. Weiner's aims of The Legacy of Ashes has been to critique and express a hope for a better and stronger intelligence service and community. As opposed to ad hominem attack the agency for its failures. I was very impressed by this lecture, and this should be linked from the CIA's History Office own response to duly defend the Agency. The book and discussion enhances our understanding of the IC.
balthazarF Avatar
Posted: 03.11.10, 03:35 PM
With apologies to Gandhi: What does it matter to the widows and the orphans how they died, whether in the name of a Crusade or in the vaunted name of democracy?
AGENTE"B"1633. Avatar
Posted: 08.12.09, 12:28 AM
I had a nigthmare that in the second war ther wer spis that trabeld tru time bi going into the men or weman will they wer awaik to listen to conbersations and wen they wer looking at documenturis of the war in the 1940's and wen they use the information to conter any intervation in the past that help the British and french and the peaple that wer traspased actualy heped the Nazi armys wit out remors, then I aweican again
AGENTE"B"1633. Avatar
Posted: 08.12.09, 12:17 AM
traspasing is a sin but if a dream of a man that his face morfed into the face of the cia director as if interested in mi conversation then I wock up
AGENTE"B"1633. Avatar
Posted: 08.12.09, 12:08 AM
the security in the sout of the border
bapyou Avatar
Posted: 09.14.08, 05:53 PM
What's the sound in the background? A pep rally? A football game? Someone watching TV?
farber2 Avatar
Posted: 07.03.08, 08:00 PM
clicked thumbs down by accident. don't know how to re do.