Why the CIA does not want Russia to lose this war

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Geopolitics is the study of how nations comport themselves with other nations as they seek to extend their influence round the world.

But Institutional politics is the study how institutions make decisions not on the basis of their public mission or those whom they serve, but on the basis of self-promotion and self-survival.

Institutions are frequently corrupted by this most base motivation, that they never want to decrease in size and they always want more funds to pour into their lap. This is because institutions are habitually populated by the careerist who wants a sine cure, that is a desk job with a fat salary and not much work.

The Central Intelligence Agency is no different.

And so let us consider the chief institutional threats against the CIA by reason of the Russo-Ukrainian war of 2022 in its first month of fighting:

What would happen if Russia was no longer seen as a Superpower?

What would happen if Russia was no longer seen as a threat?

What would happen if the FSB, the Russian CIA, was no longer seen as an enemy to be feared, but rather a defunct corrupt bureaucracy?

All these things are being risked by the Ukrainian destruction of the Russian Federation forces on a daily basis.  Russia has lost in one month more men that the U.S.A. lost in all the years of Afghanistan.

The Russo-Ukrainian War will be a watershed moment for Russia and for her role in the world.

And if Russia does not win this war, a lot of voices will begin to say that the CIA does not need all that funding, or worse, that the Pentagon is something obsolete.

That would be the undoing of the Deep State.

For that reason, I think you can draw the conclusions…

And the evidence that this is not speculation is this: that all the Catholic organizations in the world controlled by Gladio directly or not, are cheering for Russia.

Gladio is the CIA/NATO organization for defending Europe from Communist take over. It is also the organization which justifies a lot of spending by the CIA.

Also, a lot of media platforms which are known to be funded or controlled by the CIA are promoting Russian propaganda and discouraging support for Ukraine.

All this may seem shocking, but it makes perfect sense.

 

7 thoughts on “Why the CIA does not want Russia to lose this war”

  1. A secondary title for this online journal could be, Distinctions with differences – for gray matter matters. Too verbose; not catchy enough. Regardless, that is why “once one reads Brother, there can be no other.” Thank you again ancora una volta.

    I am shocked: Russia has lost in one month more men that the U.S.A. lost in all the years of Vietnam.” !!! Demographic implications and consequences from this alone, are too many to unpack. A question, several prophecies and a Scripture verse or two come to mind.

    How does one realize one is being willfully ignorant, in general, and in the overwhelming number of the specific of our time? Our Lord’s comment ” let the dead bury the dead” comes to mind but I need more light to grasp it better as it applies to so much if what we are experiencing.

  2. Did you mean Afghanistan when comparing US losses? Because Vietnam was going over 50k killed if I recall correctly

  3. Where is the ufficial source that stated that Russia had all that losses?
    That’s BS.

    CIA is not at all with Putin.

    All the opposite.

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