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"Dear President Putin..."
11-30-2016, 02:48 AM,
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"Dear President Putin..."
"Dear President Putin..."

<p><a href="http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/11/28/dear-president-putin/"><em>Submitted by Paul Craig Roberts,</em></a></p>
<p><em>Vladimir Putin</em><br /><em>President of Russia</em><br /><em>Moscow</em><br /><em>28 November 2016</em></p>
<p>Dear President Putin,</p>
<p><strong>Now that CIA agent Craig Timberg posing as a Washington Post reporter has blown my cover and exposed me as a Russian agent, I was wondering if I might ask you for a Russian passport and a bit of diplomatic cover,</strong> perhaps assistant press officer at the Russian embassy in Washington, until I can get out of the country. I saw that you gave a passport to Steven Seagal, so I am hopeful that being a Russian agent is as important as teaching martial arts to Russians.</p>
<p>I don&rsquo;t know what the pay scale for Russian agents is, but whatever I have coming to me please deposit in a Russian bank. The Swiss banks are no longer useful as the Swiss government allowed Washington to write its banking laws. <strong> Perhaps also you could line me up with a publisher for my memoirs&mdash;&ldquo;My Life As A Putin Stooge.&rdquo;</strong></p>
<p>We need to get on with this ASAP as<strong> the Washington Post has the FBI on my tail.</strong> They will be very angry at me for deceiving them all those years when I held top secret and higher security clearances while I was a Russian agent. <strong><em>Any day now the Washington Post might discover that my fellow KGB agent Ronald Reagan and I cut taxes on the rich in order to make capitalism so oppressive that the American people would rise up and overthrow it. Boy did we fool the left-wing! </em></strong></p>
<p>I regret that the Washington Post got wise to me being a Russian agent, but it wasn&rsquo;t my fault. I think the leak came from one of those Atlanticist Integrationists you are stuck with in your government. <strong>Better check up on it as 200 of the Russian financed websites have already been exposed.</strong></p>
<p>Better have someone bring me the passport and diplomatic appointment. I would be nabbed by TSA if I fly to Washington to collect the documents. <strong>A diplomatic appointment is better than asylum, because Washington, like the old Soviet Union, doesn&rsquo;t recognize political asylum.</strong> Just ask Julian Assange.</p>
<p>Don&rsquo;t let the Atlanticist Integrationists convince you that my exposure as a Russian agent is just a CIA ruse to plant an agent on you. My criticism of Washington&rsquo;s policy of raising tensions between nuclear powers and support of your policy of reducing tensions is not spy cover.<strong> I really do prefer that the world not be blown up in thermo-nuclear war.</strong> This is a suspect view in the US, but I hope it is an acceptable one in Russia.</p>
<p><em>Looking forward to that passport.</em></p>
<p><em>Paul Craig Roberts</em></p>


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