Home > Uncategorized > Spies: CIA & KGB | The Cold War (1944–1994) 21 of 24 Spies: CIA & KGB | The Cold War (1944–1994) 21 of 24 newstrackone August 13, 2017 Uncategorized 11 Comments Throughout the Cold War both sides sought intelligence about their opponents using spies, satellites and other means. For political reasons, scientists working . source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts North Korea says will have dialogue with U.S. under right conditions: Yonhap Samsung Galaxy A3 & Galaxy A5 (2017) Hands-on Uffizi announces new pricing scheme as of Sept. 1 About The Author newstrackone 11 Comments BltchPudding August 13, 2017 In the early years the Russians had such a huge advantage over the United States in spying and surveillance for two undeniable reasons: The first was that they had been doing it a lot longer than the US (and were savvy enough to understand that spying on allies was as useful as spying on enemies- at a time when American leaders' attitude was "gentlemen don't read other gentlemen's mail") and the second reason: the fact that the American intelligence agency was originally formed by a group of wealthy, influential, self interested shitsippers who thought playing at spies would be fun, rather than actually spying. (THINK ASTOR LOL) Aside from a handful of well connected bankers and businessmen who were privy to information through their jobs, most of the group were useless in their so called spy endeavors. Later, led by Roosevelt, a man who understood the basic necessity of spying, but who possessed a severely limited imagination in regards to subterfuge, spying, and what it entailed to be successful in those endeavors, they evolved into what would eventually become the CIA( Under Truman). Most of the successes in the early years were through sheer luck and A LOT of outside help. And the failures outweighed the successes. Richard Noel Hedditch August 13, 2017 Soviets dispatch one of their decorated war heroes. Nice going. A bit of Stalinism going on under Kruschev. It is a recurring, ongoing process to weed out bourgeois degeneracy. Stalin must have had a clue. AlexGoMAD August 13, 2017 Why does it repeat? =/ icemule August 13, 2017 Ted Hall should be taken outside and shot in the back of his fucking head, why is this scum alive? fernysyoutube August 13, 2017 Traitors are the lowest of the low. ThePlayboyLen August 13, 2017 Amazing. snow man August 13, 2017 48:30 he calls the russian who betrayed his country a "great american patriot," just as I'm sure the russians call our traitors "great russian patriots." randy rysdale August 13, 2017 alldridge ames – an eloquent , intelligent, arrogant rat ThatDutchguy August 13, 2017 Both sides traitors were never hero's or "Patriots" to the other side,….they were bottom feeders who betrayed their country. Nikolai Guliaeff August 13, 2017 The last words Lavrenti Beria heard before his execution were: "We will Beria". Nikolai Guliaeff August 13, 2017 Khrushchev was a killer clown and Nikolai Yezhov was a midget with a Napoleon Complex.