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Spanish Investigators Believe CIA Was Involved in Violent Attack on North Korean Embassy: Report

Spanish Investigators Believe CIA Was Involved in Violent Attack on North Korean Embassy: Report

Jake Johnson, staff writer

Two individuals involved in a violent attack on the North Korean embassy in Madrid have reportedly been linked by Spanish authorities to the CIA.

According to the Spanish newspaper El País, which first reported the findings of Madrid investigators, "two of the 10 assailants who broke into the embassy and interrogated diplomatic staff have been identified and have connections to the U.S. intelligence agency."

Attacking an embassy is an act of war.
Doing so in another country constitutes an attack on both nations.

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You’re correct on the law. In a perfect world, the alphabet agencies would feel bound to obey it.

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True, but more and more countries are going to wake up to the reality that corporate America will eventually come for their resources, and no amount of “cooperation” will do more than postpone the inevitable.
Therefore such an incident may well be what finally prompts future and current/past victims to form a coalition and retaliate, like our grandparents did the last time this happened.
It is unlikely any of us would survive that.

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Mass resistance won’t work. A steady accounting of one head at a time would work. Just like the old west. A hired gun.
Our C.I.A. generally uses a single gunman, always backed up with a team.

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Actually our C.I.A. generally uses a single patsy.
They want to make it appear like the CIA is not involved.
Except in the case of 9/11 where they used 19 patsies.

The CIA? Duh, this is what they do. Subvert, false flags, try to start wars, assassinate democratically elected leaders, etc etc. God bless America indeed !