why are they always the bad guys in every movie?
is there a movie where they're the good guys?
This is one. Hitchcock was one of the few to buck the postmodern trend of America-shaming in Hollywood.
>the CIA is bad because they don't take shit or let me act like a total idiot in America
the CIA is the most corrupt part of the government that the public knows about. the CIA does abhorrent things all the time. the CIA for sure smuggled guns into south america to fund drug wars that they profited from by selling drugs. we know this for fact.
more than likely the cia smuggled all of quadafis gold out of benghazi in exchange for arms and then killed the ambasador trying to figure it all out. but hill dog wiped the servers.
the CIA is super fucked up. if you payed attention you would know that. so it is the obvious 'secret' guy in charge of shit.
They're the protagonists of their own Broadway musical coming in 2016
Because everyone else was a fucktard
It seems that Baneposting is dead and all meme'd out so this should inject some life into it.
If you go to the link I put above it will take you to a page with many screenshots of The Dark Knight Rises by Christopher Nolan.
What you should do when you get there is figure out why all of the frames are related. It is semi subliminal but easy to see.
It starts in the plane scene and goes on throughout the entire movie.
It is lower than semi-subliminal but a person of average intelligence should get it.
This will either end baneposting or make it last forever due to how stupid this is.
>is there a movie where they're the good guys?
Yeah, most of the Tom Clancy movies. Although the White House is portrayed as the bad guys in this one.
Then wouldn't the Hollywood Jews want to make themselves, and thus the CIA/ZOG look good?
The Australian version of the CIA is confirmed to shitpost on /int/
>intern tries to leak documents on /int/
>gets called fake and gay
>another off duty official sees the thread and calls it in
>thread 404'd with only 14 replies
Clinton, Trump or Ted Cruz. Americas time in the sun has come to an end.
I thought Clinton to Bush to Obama was bad. But holy fuck even the new candidates are somehow WORSE than Obama.
USA is finished.
"It's called the American dream because you have to be asleep to believe it"
Charlie Wilson's War: fighting the Soviets
Argo: rescuing the Canadians
Hal of the James Bond movies: backing up James Bond with intel and special forces
The Dark Knight Rises: fighting Bane
Most of the Tom Clancy movies: fighting the Cold War
The Bourne Trilogy: fighting an internal power struggle
Bridge of Spies: sponsoring and supporting the exchange of American prisoners from the Soviets
I'm sure I'm forgetting a few spy movies
>They can seat a gang into power that's less brutal and doesn't endanger civilians as much
>Were you paying attention? That was the deal
Have you any idea how vicious the Medellín Cartel were?
Bunch of cruel fuckers, just they are a bit smarter than other mexican gangs in that they don't piss of the US / CIA
Just admit it, you are dumb
Zero Dark Thirty depicted the CIA doing stupid shady shit for 3/4ths of the movie which didn't pan out until a lucky tip came in and everyone zero'd in on the assassination mission. For a movie full of fictional bullshit to make the CIA look good, it still made the CIA look awful.
The CIA exists to protect the national interests, and to a growing degree, "the way of life" of the United States abroad. That is subjective
Good and bad are subjective and only used by children or people trying to manipulate those they think are idiots.
The CIA's operational capacity and general mission statement specifically concerns itself with America's interests. But there are stories of groups or units within the CIA that make for interesting humane stories - the rare pockets of "good guys" working in an otherwise morally shady bureaucracy.
Anyone in the IC who doesn't believe there are other people in the IC who browse 4chan really should talk to their coworkers more.
Shit is full of nerds.
But leave it to an Aussie to be that dumb to try to get epeen status on a mayan pictography slate.
Considering their results, I don't think they are protecting anything at all
In American Dad CIA doesn't do anything at all. Probably because it is run by a senile Englishman.
Man Patrick Steward really makes that role for me. His characters got much funnier for me when I found out that he voices him.
Again, whether what those groups, or the CIA as a whole, were doing being good or bad is based on perception.
A more appropriate question is, "Are the CIA effective in completing their chosen directives?"
Following that up would be, "Does the CIA minimize harm to stakeholders when completing their directives?"
>Considering their results, I don't think they are protecting anything at all
But there is no way of knowing all of their results or even if you have a sound sample size of their results to base that opinion on, right?
There are dead CIA agents whose identities and missions STILL are not known that died over 30 years ago. How much confidence can you have in what you think you know?
>is there a movie where they're the good guys?