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You’re again, creating arguments that I’ve never raised. This has nothing to do with India or Mexico or any other nation that doesn’t regularly try to spy on us or influence our democracy with the goal of harming us or “cutting us down to size” like this guy.

Stop trying to gas light or play dumb. Russia is literally paying people overseas to attack US soldiers. China has literally been attributed to a bunch of attacks on our infrastructure.

You raised this argument with @Dima.
Do you even read what you posting???

Not once did I mention India. Not once did I mention Mexico or Latin America. You’re intentionally muddying the waters trying to draw false equivalence to those countries as if they are at all like China or Russia who plots and schemes against our country every day. Stop.

And I gave you just two names of Americans born in the good old US of A who caused the most damage to the American interests, giving out military and human asset secrets to the foreign powers. But you wouldn’t want these two to be investigated as thorough as people from other countries because, well…they wouldn’t sell out.

Of course I didn’t mean to imply that the low profile spy wasn’t worth of arrest or a news headline. What bizarre is why authorities waited that long to arrest the guy. Do you know how he got arrested? They called him to come for another line of questioning. He went and got locked up. It wasn’t catch-a-spy-red-handed type of arrest at all…

Obviously you missed this:

Foreign-born naturalized US citizens do get a lot more scrutiny, not only before they get cleared the first time but also after they are cleared. And it is not so much a factor that their loyalty is in question, more that it is well known that they can be prime targets for hostile intelligence services.

As for using google translate… oй, не спрашивай

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That wasn’t bad @sbusquirrel :slight_smile:. Maybe google translate is the way to go.

Can you imagine google translation for something like😏
ё-моё, ёпрст, ёклмн, ёкарный бабай ну и т.д. и т.п :woozy_face:

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I hope it would understand Ё!!!

Or how about:

http://absurdopedia.net/wiki/Ёшкин_кот

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I didn’t know about «Большая российская четвёрка» :joy:

Just goes to show…humans…are always a crap shoot. Their rank, position, education, family…job…none of that insulates humans from leaning towards a foreign country. I can’t see doing that 20 years and not having it eat me up on the inside. Polys are stressfilled hours and hours of my life. Can’t imagine going in, knowing not only do I have a lot to hide…the very reason you are polygraphing me…is to detect and stop me.

Could it be we knew and watched him for 20 years to learn how the Russians operate over time? Pre corona I might think that. Now, knowing we could not create billions of masks, bleach, etc in face of Corona and yet in WW II we could crank out thousands of tanks, aircraft, etc…maybe now not so much.