Bulgaria can find the perpetrator of the July 18 Burgas terrorist attack only if it relies on its own resources, argues former CIA agent Robert Baer.
Baer, who worked for the CIA 1976-97 concentrating on the Middle East, stated that Bulgaria should not rely too much on the US or Israel in the case in an interview for Bulgarian bTV Sunday.
"You cannot receive an objective answer from them. Both the USA and Israel want to lead a war Iran," said the former agent....
My opinion is that the bus bombing is an inside BG job with a well chosen timing. Unfortunately they took the wrong bus and there were Israelis casualties by mistake. All the rest is window dressing.
Sure the foreign secret services know this and the revenge will come when it is politically appropriate. Some people have to live their last days with diarrhea.
Philippe, whatever, I imagine that the mutri are apoplectic! Nevertheless, revenge is clearly not in their modus operandi as an emotional reaction, if you think about it. If they can identify the brain cell offenders, I don't suppose it's in their interests to announce their intention or say anything at all, actually! Foolhardy to have unwittingly taken on the unknown unknown of the mutri, probably.
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