Why I decided to work for Putin and the Russians

A admit, I read Jon’s stuff. I believe most of it, and some I don’t because you can’t believe everything you read: that’s a law. I am reblogging this because I too am part of the majority of Russian agents whom in Canada become activated by partaking of a special drug called “Poutine” which is hidden in a specialty Canadian dish of the same name. Of course, everybody knows that, right? Anyway and as usual Jon pulls no punches. We’re all Russian agents except for those that aren’t and there’s damn few of those. There seems to be only two stalwarts left: John McCain and Hillary Clinton, America’s last heroes. I knew a long time ago this wouldn’t end well…

8 thoughts on “Why I decided to work for Putin and the Russians

      1. Woebegone but Hopeful

        It’s a Russian ‘thing’, they play a long slow game (not quite to the extent of China though)

      2. Woebegone but Hopeful

        Very true, it can also be very Russian which is a complex mix that is difficult for a western mind set to grasp, never mind put into words.

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