A few White Hat Council members feel they should mimic Hamas’ cruelty and barbarism in their seemingly eternal battles against the Deep State, according to the transcript of a council meeting held following the Deep State’s assault on MCLB Albany last week.
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Although all 12 members condemned the rocket bombardment and subsequent kidnapping, torture, and murder of Israeli civilians, three applauded Hamas’ ingenuity and resolve, saying the militants’ counterintelligence surpassed their own, citing their failure to intuit Saturday’s Deep State attack on MCLB Albany. Col. John Bishop, 3rd Special Forces Group commander, blamed the White Hat’s vanguard of intelligence—U.S. Army Cyber Command and Marine Corps Cyberspace Command—for either not intercepting or improperly deciphering Deep State chatter that could have allowed White Hats to avert the attack, possibly with a preemptive strike. He posited the possibility of Deep Staters infiltrating Cyber Command, which Gen. Smith countered by saying “my people” vetted all intelligence operatives, who also take frequent polygraphs.
“Not even with 10,000 specialists working round-the-clock would we catch everything,” Gen. Smith said. “It’s easy to highlight failures and missed opportunities while ignoring successes.”
“We can’t afford ‘missed opportunities,’ sir. Not now,” Bishop said.
Their conversation alluded to a failure RRN hadn’t heard about, the mysterious death of U.S. Army Major Andrew Cotter, who in March was participating in a multinational military exercise in Thailand when he was found unresponsive in a bathroom after fellow soldiers kicked the door down. His body had been taken to a Bangkok hospital for an autopsy, but by Lloyd Austin’s orders, the Department of Defense forbade the general hospital’s request, saying the DoD would investigate the cause of death once Cotter’s corpse was repatriated. The DoD would later say, “no foul play was involved.” However, Col. Bishop said Cotter was an invaluable White Hat asset who died of natural causes with two bullet holes in his head.
“It’s time to Hamas on the Deep State,” a council member said. “No more games. No more getting picked off. No more surprises.”
Another said, “I agree. Let’s go full-throttle Hamas on the cabal. We know the corrupt officers and politicians are, where they live and work. I’m not saying we’ll put the innocent at risk, kids, families. We’re trained to mitigate those risks. But all we’ve done is be reactive, and we need to be proactive. With FEMA, we’re reactive. With Maui, we were reactive. We’re solving problems that never should’ve become problems in the first place. When you took over for Gen. Berger, sir, you said you’d change tactics, but we’re trotting the same path. Those Hamas guys, and I think they’re filthy animals, but their leadership knows how to carry out an op.”
“Are you suggesting,” said General Smith, “we just go in guns-a-blazing, carefree and willy-nilly?”
“It might be better than sneaking around in the dark,” another council member said. “I wouldn’t oppose public beheadings.”
As always, Gen. Smith said he took seriously all advisements and would give them consideration.
The rest of their conversation was benign banter, discussions on improving security at vulnerable installations.
Their talk, however, revealed the extent of Marine casualties at MCLB Albany: 12 dead and 21 injured, with 14 requiring hospitalizations.
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