Mission Accomplished: Seymour Hersh, Nordstream, and What’s Left on the Cutting Room Floor, by Tom Luongo

Tom Luongo thinks there’s a lot more to the Nordstream sabotage story. From Luongo at tomluongo.me:

On Wednesday, I turned 55 and I got one of the best birthday presents a guy like me could ever ask for, a major geopolitical bombshell.  Seymour Hersh published his first article in a long time on the bombing of the Nordstream pipeline bombing, directly implicating major players within the “Biden” administration.

Hersh’s story is noteworthy not just because of what it says, but for the timing of him hitting the publish button and to whom this story is directly aimed.

And, more importantly, who it is NOT aimed at.

To be clear, I don’t think for a second that Hersh is whitewashing anything here.  If he is, well, I’ll leave that to the reader.  I believe his story is incomplete and a little too Bourne Identity versus Mission Impossible for my tastes.

Regardless of your conclusions, I think we all can agree we need much better screenwriters than the current crop haunting the halls of SIS in London and at the CIA in Langley.

Their contempt for us is obvious in the shoddy stories their telling us now.

Mission Identity: Bourne Impossible

The Bourne story is pretty straightforward.  Agent Bourne is sent on an assassination mission. He has a moment of conscience and his latent humanity asserts itself as he regains his memory.  The mystery was in rebuilding his past which, in the end, is pretty straightforward.

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One response to “Mission Accomplished: Seymour Hersh, Nordstream, and What’s Left on the Cutting Room Floor, by Tom Luongo

  1. Historic Clown Shoe Czar

    Germanystan won’t be doing anything, these things happen when you get beat over the head for 80 years.
    Nordstream is good for the environment. (honk!)


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