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Why Intelligence Agencies Thrive – Because They Hold Secrets
We can ask why we don’t see Hunter Biden’s laptop mentioned in the news anymore; wonder why Hillary Clinton isn’t in the dock and why Ghislaine Maxwell’s guilty verdict could soon be overturned, or why Jeffery Epstein died violently in jail. These are important questions, and there is a very logical answer to why they are not revealed to the public. Any investigative or intelligence-gathering agency into whose hands that kind of information falls will have a treasure trove of actionable material that could last for generations doing good or harm both our government and to our foreign intelligence operations.
Intelligence agencies have two main roles: to protect the government from its enemies and protect prominent politicians who agree with them from arrests, embarrassment, or compromise. Secondly, they have the ability to remove dangerous people from power through executive action or staged public crises. They rarely make mistakes because they operate in the dark. Failures occasionally do rise above the horizon line, but as quickly, disappear from public view unless an event can hopefully be turned into a favorable political issue like trying to remove Donald Trump.
The FBI’s scheme to remove Trump was a botched exercise in incompetence trying to associate Donald Trump with Russian skulduggery. The FBI convinced the public would be so outraged by Trump’s association with the Russians; he would lose the election. But no, they screwed it up so badly that Hillary Clinton, whose plan it was they were trying to protect, is now so tainted with the lies and deceit that she can never be trusted.
When it’s in their interest, the media pontificates that the “public has a right to know!” Well, no, they don’t! It would be nice, but no, they don’t, unless you’ve got an enemy of the media like Trump was. Otherwise, State secrets remain just that, secrets. Intelligence agencies can, and often do, leak out information as it suits their purpose, but it’s not haphazard. This lot didn’t like Trump, so they leaked all over him, but to no avail, of course.
Notebooks and laptops and scribblings on napkins, even notes on walls are fodder for collecting criminal data and gathering leads on foreign intelligence operations, theirs and ours.
But, the black book(s) of Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffery Epstein’s partner in predatory sex services for influential people in and out of government, are the gifts that keep on giving, exposing the sexual predators, pedophiles, and rapists in the seats of power who command our patronage and pass our laws. Epstein and Maxwell’s purpose was to use these names to blackmail important politicians for money and influence. I also suspect China’s hand may be seen in the Epstein matter.
Now, all these unrevealed names have fallen victim to the fourth and most lethal estate of government, the Intelligence Agencies, particularly the FBI and the CIA. I have an additional question: Why, among all the famous people involved with Epstein and Maxwell, did they choose to expose Prince Andrew? It wasn’t an accident. It’s because he took our eyes off our own cretins.
Too, we’ll never know for sure what criminal evidence Hunter Biden’s laptop contained even though copies of his hard drive were dispensed to the FBI, a major media source, and President Trump’s legal staff. Hunter’s information is so dangerous to the Biden crime family, including his China and Ukraine money deals, and possibly Obama’s as well, that it will never, ever see the light of day. The seal of absolute silence has been slammed down, and woe if any of that information leaks out. That applies to Maxwell’s Black Book(s) as well.
Intelligence is simply having information and knowing what to do with it. Information, while fungible, is also short-lived, especially if it’s an actionable plan, a competitor’s secrets, or tomorrow’s race result. But, whole lists of corrupted names and connections will last forever. It will only become valueless when a person is exposed or dies. It’s the sea that historians swim in decades down the road from now. Salacious public exposure of the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop and Maxwell’s list of customers, just for media profits, would rob the intelligence communities of its ability to control future events.
The uncooperative will be exposed and ruined, by anonymous sources, then the dark shadows of secrecy would quickly close in again. As for Maxwell’s black book(s), I can only suppose that exposure would shake the very foundations of our corrupted government, possibly beyond repair. It’s near that now!
Remember, freedom is the goal; the Constitution is the way. Now, go prepare yourselves because we’re at war!
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