More foreign Modi-run takeover of our most critical US agencies folks.
The US gov’t is now run by foreign powers.
India is a Russian ally. The Modi gov’t of India is placing its agents all over the US gov’t and corporations.
This is foreign control, folks.
A lot of US gov’t data will be stolen by India due to this infiltration and takeover.
Foreign powers will now run the CIA – meaning we won’t be able to get the intelligence we need to stop foreign predators.
We’re being set up, America.
The new CTO at CIA is an alumnus of Delhi’s Bluebells School International.
“Any Indian being elevated to global ranks is a matter of pride for Indians around the world. And, if it happens to be the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), USA, all the more curiosity to know the individual, their work, and their life. On April 29, another Indian-origin professional joined the evergrowing list of Indians making it big in the global arena“.
As usual, Indians care more about position and prestige more than anything else.
Making it big in the global arena mainly means infiltrating and looting the US.
Wake up now, America.
“The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has appointed Nand Mulchandani, an Indian-American Silicon Valley IT expert, as its first-ever Chief Technology Officer. The intelligence agency’s director, William J Burns, announced the appointment on social media.
In over 25 years of working in the Silicon Valley, Mulchandani co-founded and was CEO of several startups, including Oblix (acquired by Oracle), Determina (acquired by VMWare), OpenDNS (acquired by Cisco), and ScaleXtreme (acquired by Citrix).”.
Not really any remakable companies – and mostly ones built by Americans long before Indians moved in. Both Citrix and VMWare were built by American workers and taken over by Indians on H-1B who promptly threw all the Americans out of work.
“In 2008, Burns wrote to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice: “Ukrainian entry into NATO is the brightest of all redlines for the Russian elite (not just Putin). In more than two and a half years of conversations with key Russian players, from knuckle-draggers in the dark recesses of the Kremlin to Putin’s sharpest liberal critics, I have yet to find anyone who views Ukraine in NATO as anything other than a direct challenge to Russian interests.”