Russian spy and former CIA officer Anna Chapman announced her intention  to link her fate with whistleblower of U.S. intelligence secrets, Edward Snowden.

Chapman, as well as a number of other agents were caught in the United States in 2010. Now is the time when the woman found the man whom she thinks she could open her heart to.

He is Edward Snowden, a former CIA officer, who found a temporary home at Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow. It may be really hard for Snowden to find a country where he could be safe now, but finding a girlfriend and then a wife appears to be an easy nut to crack for him.

Chapman tweeted her proposal to Snowden, asking him whether he could marry her.

Most likely, though, the Russian spy will have to travel abroad in an attempt to conquer the heart of the courageous American man.

  1. noname says:

    She looks like she could definitely keep the Russian winter nights warm!

    No doubt Puten arranged, approve and will attend the Nuptials.

    Personally, I hope the best for Snowden! I think American and the world feels safer knowing the truth!

    Russia is probably the best place to ensure his safety against American enviable CIA retaliation or kidnapping!

    • Egon Ruuda says:

      It is indeed the safest place to be. CIA has done operations within russian territory before but this time the KGB/FSB already knows the target and his whereabouts. There is no way in hell that the CIA is that much better than the FSB that they can just take him from under their noses. Russia has extradited noone EVER. The empire of russia did, but that is about 100 years ago it even existed.

      It is not that Puting want the worst for the US, just that the policy of russia is “never turn over a visitor to another country” Putin is a badass but atleast he respects *most* laws in Russia.

    • Dallas says:

      The EU is voting to suspend terrorist information sharing with the US.

      By this measure alone, I certainly don’t feel any safer as a result of Snowden declassifying national security classified information.

      I don’t think Russia is the safest haven for crimes in committed in the US.

      • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

        Lets see if a kool aid drinking apologist for the crimminal Obama Regime has any rational reason for supporting it, or can it all be attributed to penis envy…

        How does spying on you, being able to map our your daily activities via your gps and meta data and identify precisely everyone you socialize with, protect your or the community from terrorist acts?

        Connect the dots for us please.

        • Dallas says:

          Well, nobody is spying on me as an individual. That would require a court order and there would be no need to.

          Computers are parsing through mountains of data to took for trends and passing anything “interesting” to the next 67 computers in line, each looking for the next level of interest. I think it’s a wonderful system borrowed from Google that today parses my email to sell me high end goods and sell you Viagra.

          By looking at weirdos like you that might shoot up a museum or something, I feel much safer.

          Also, I have never gotten any penis size complaints so I feel pretty good about that one.

          • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

            So you admit spying on your won’t stop terrorism, then by extrapolation that is also true for the vast majority of Americans.

            Therefore critically unsound Big Brother spy on ALL Americans, to stop the terrorism of a few, most of whom are NOT Americans.

            Here is a think piece for you….if you didn’t know it was our Dear Leader Obama supporting radical Islam, spying on all Americans except mosques, and opening up a gaping hole in our southern border where its documented, Arab Terrorists have partnered with cartels and are flooding into our country…

            What would you think of the President who was doing that? What would those actions say about that person, his identity?

          • noname says:

            dallas, it’s clear to everyone, the only way you are going to ever “feel safe” is holed up in your heavily fortified underground bunker! Which is appropriate, because no one should trust you with American freedoms?

          • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

            Just to be clear, just as spying on you doesn’t uncover one terrorist act, spying on the vast majority of Americans doesn’t either…

            THEREFORE spying on every American, to uncover terrorist acts, is irrational….

            It is overkill of epic proportions. Bush had it right, under him the NSA followed foreign terrorists as the made domestic contacts, and then with a court order, spied on their network.

            There is no justification for spying on us all.

            AND its a fact, supporting radical Islam against secular progressives in the Middle East, isn’t the act of a American Progressive….therefore the ASSUMPTION Obama is a progressive is suspect.

            AND it is irrational our border security be reduced opening them up for the drug cartel when its documented they have partnered with Terrorists and these are disguised as Mexicans and are flooding into our country and setting up cells in every city.

            This explains Fast and Furious which armed Mexican Cartels, the tracking device on them easily discovered and disabled.

            If you didn’t know who did the above things, you would allow the facts identify the person responsible as an enemy of the USA…

          • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

            Spying on Americans to stop Islamist Terror is irrational overkill…

            As Obama and Holder are not irrational, their spying apparatus has another purpose apart from stopping terror.

            As it is rational to spy on Americans to identify enemies (of Islam; of Obama; of any coup), what is the likely purpose of all this NSA spying?

            Recall there is a Mosque exemption from NSA surveillance the rest of us must endure.

          • LibertyLover says:

            Well, nobody is spying on me as an individual. That would require a court order and there would be no need to.

            The government is telling you they only want to stick the head in, and you believe them.

            Christ on a Crutch, Dallas. You are as gullible as they come.

          • Dallas says:

            I see a lot of whining and insults but nothing that challenges my assertions.

            Note: You’ve all used up your generous slippery slope response quota for July. Don’t bother.

        • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

          Allow me to connect the Dots.

          Terrorism has been the catalyst behind this unprecedented growth of the NSA security apparatus…

          The only rational reason for such a security apparatus is to facilitate Government control, identify friends and foes of any coup.

          Therefore Islamists are being allowed to enter the country through our borders (both by illegal entry and overstaying visas) to faciliatate public acceptance of Government everywhere in their life…

          Making the future tyranny inevitable, and perhaps even bloodless.

          I believe the destruction of currency (which will lead to a cashless world), of the right of privacy….is all connected…

          and foretold in Scripture. The AntiChrist (whom the world will love as a saviour because he’s so progressive and caring), will rule through the United Nations, that has as its main support the remnants of the British American Empire, the two hand lamb that speaks as a dragon:

          11 Then I saw another beast coming up out of the earth, and he had two horns like a lamb and spoke like a dragon.
          12 And he exercises all the authority of the first beast in his presence, and causes the earth and those who dwell in it to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed. (Rev 13:11-12 NKJ)

          The League of nations died, and rose again as the United Nations, it was healed.

          • Dallas says:

            Good stuff. If I ever smoke another joint this would be very depressing.

            Do you have ANY happy ending stories ? I don’t mean sex ones but ones you might inspire a young person with.

            Hope your july 4th was not so sad:( I’m so proud of America as I celebrated her birthday yesterday with a one pound, US Prime ribeye (grass fed)!

          • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

            Critical thinking isn’t your forte. Even if the infallible proofs of scripture are rejected, that current events will inexorably result in a one world government seems incontrovertible.

            Its good you are enjoying your steak, that will be a rare commodity in the new world order, given cow flatulence is believed by Obama to be causing global warming and it will be taxed out of your reach.

            But not his.

          • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:


            The open border=terror beyond 911=martial law/dictatorship everyone wants so they will have security…

            the Sith Lord in truth…

      • MikeN says:

        Now how about the The New York Times printing info on SWIFT spying?

  2. LibertyLover says:


    • LibertyLover says:

      Sigh. I just wasted a few minutes (well, more than that, actually) surfing some NSFW sites featuring her.

      That is definitely one hot little number. If I was 30 again, and in his shoes, I would seriously consider moving her under the “Viable Options” list heading.

      Gotta go, wife’s coming down the hall . . .

  3. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    Steven Spielberg ~ “This shit just writes itself!”

  4. Mr Diesel says:

    I’d certainly like to do her doggie-style over an Enigma machine. A few times.

  5. msbpodcast says:

    Is it just me or is this whole Snowden thing loking more and more like an episide of Jerry Springer. (On purpose and orchestrated by the NSA. :-))

    • msbpodcast says:

      The picture has been updated. Now it really look page 3 trashy.

  6. Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

    Thanks to Ana Chapman low information voters might finally hear about NSA spying…for the first time Entertainment centered media is reporting on it. Its salacious.

    Unclear if tweeking our thanks will result in an IRS audit or epa review of your yard, to see what acts of congress its in violation of.

    • LibertyLover says:

      Thanks to Ana Chapman low information voters might finally hear about NSA spying…for the first time Entertainment centered media is reporting on it. Its salacious.

      Good Point!

      I hadn’t thought about that, but it is certainly an unintended consequence.

  7. Captain Beyond, famously dancing madly backwards says:

    Perfect. A snitch with a snatch.

  8. B. Dog says:

    It’s up to them. She seems like a fine place to pass the time.

  9. Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

    Its a great way to discredit Snowden in the minds of some.

    On the other hand, she is hot.

    • Dallas says:

      How unAmerican and hypocritical of you to worship a Russian spy responsible for the death of American spies, men and women of uniform who gave their lives to protect your freedoms.

      • Steve S says:

        But Dallas, by your own words you don’t mind the spies, only the people who reveal the truth about them.

        • Dallas says:

          No, I don’t mind spies. They are and will always be a part of international ‘relations’. I don’t follow your point even though there is some kind of rhyme you were trying to make of it.

  10. bobbo, in the end, its "our" culture..... that will destroy us all says:

    You can tell she lived in the USA for much too long to be an effective apparatchik. No, she is just a fame driven consumer now looking for her 15 minutes.

    But you know what?

    Of all the Reality Programing on right now…I’d watch “The Snowden and the Apparatchik.” Imagine the hilarity as our boy hero comes to grips with the poverty and corruption of everyday life in Moscow as his wifey guides him using her feminine and party wiles?

    Now that is some TV. What are we living for otherwise?

    • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

      Perhaps, but its guaranteed money maker they both go on the talk shows and write books. Certainly better than actually working for a living.

      She presents possibilities Snowden should discount, but definitely it would be used to smear him so I hope he sticks to the high road…and not let the darkside of the Sith Lord win.

  11. Captain Obvious says:

    She seems like a down to earth sensible girl that you could bring home to Mom.

  12. Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

    I trust Snowden won’t tarnish his image. Snowden is a hero of the American Revolution. Here’s a letter I penned to Rush Limbaugh on this:

    NSA spying, support for Jihadists, 911 = rise of the Sith Lord

    Mega Dittos El Rushbo & thanks for the O’Keefe interview

    Odd I never thought of donating to O’keefe prior to your interview, but I didn’t. Thanks for informing me, never felt so good about a political donation before.

    The NSA spying has me worried, its not likely its to uncover terrorism. Just as your meta data reveals no terrorist act, neither does the vast majority of American’s…

    But it does enable identification of supporter/opponent networks to the nth degree.

    I connect Obama’s opening the Arizona Border and failure to fix overstayed visas to his support for Jihadists in Syria and elsewhere. Terrorists partnered with Mexican cartels etc are now seeding our major cities with Ricin capable (or similar) and its possible they could collectively pull off something greater than 911.

    As 911 was the catalyst for spying by our government , another 911 or greater will enable a dictatorship or some type of soft tyranny….the Meta Data allowing this future Sith Lord to dynamically target supporters and opponents….he would be unstoppable.

    Perhaps the old conspiracies about the one world government are correct, but at the very least a suspension of our Constitution and take over by the statist dark side seems likely.

    The meta data collection overkill is nearly a smoking gun, its not plausible this is to stop terrorism given the Mosque exemption, the administration’s Islamist support, the prying open of our border, and perhaps fast and furious arming of the cartels….which all contradict the premise.

    I suspect you might consider a third party if the Republican Elites win again…the Republican machine hopelessly tarnished in the eyes of both the low information voter, and tea party….I’m with you on that. I think we could remake a truly conservative party without the RINOs…and finally win elections again. It would be a loss to lose the history of the abolitionists….but as its become a statist lite party, I see no other choice.


    • Taxed Enough Already Dude says:

      That is, its not the old conspiracy theories that are correct, its their common fear of a coming one world dictator Sith Lord—that may be correct.

      The global currency degradation seems to fit that thesis.

  13. silver price says:

    Ryan Fogle: In May 2013 Russian television broadcast a story that resembled a poorly written spy movie spoof: A CIA agent, identified as Ryan Fogle, had been caught red-handed in Moscow with a spy kit including a blond wig, sunglasses, a compass, stacks of cash and a letter intended for a Russian intelligence officer he was trying to recruit. The Russian counter-intelligence agency, the FSB, successor to the infamous KGB, released videotape and photographs showing Fogle in the ill-fitting wig and, later, staring blankly as he was berated by what appeared to be FSB officers for spying in their country. Neither the U.S. State Department or the CIA denied Fogle was a spy, and he was subsequently deported and sent back to the U.S.


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