In the”ya gotta love it” category, arrives one Anna Chapman… accused by the USA of spying for Russia. Okay, for failing to register as a spy, more exactly. Oh, the intricacies of international espionage.
The photo shown is from Anna’s own page (more photos and a link follow in this post), where it appears that one of her last woman of the world adventures, before being nabbed (at the precinct station) by the NYPD, was to attend the book launching for Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose, or–as Anna calls it–“Livestrong and Prosper.” Which fits right in with her favorite thought: “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it; if you can dream it, you can become it.” It appears that Anna has a vivid imagination…
Funny thing, I just happened to be thinking about the world of espionage when the Anna Chapman story broke. Why? I had come across an All Voices article, entitled “Is Aijalon Gomes a real life Michael Westin?” (who apparently plays a spy on television.) Now, I just cannot bring myself to envision Aijalon Mahli Gomes–an American man of color–being sent to the DPRK in order to operate undercover as a government agent. What is he going to report on, the opinions of his prison guards?
Anna Chapman, though, now that is a different story. If this girl ain’t a spy, she ought to be. I have no trouble at all surmising the damage she could do by rubbing (shoulders) with some good ol’ boys at a congressional cocktail party. Okay, enough talk, here’s another photograph of Anna (looking mighty suspicious), and a link with additional evidence.
Wishing you all the best United States Independence Day ever. Keep the Faith.
[Photos removed… dead links]
(Pssst…. her real name is Anya Kushchenko.)