Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Jack Jones a KGB agent? They're having a laugh...
Talk about 'Reds under the Beds'.
We're now expected to believe that Jack Jones (above) was a KGB agent.
Does anyone seriously believe that the Kremlin would think that a butcher who was a member of the Walmington on Sea Home Guard would gain enough important information to justify being kept on the KGB payroll?
Captain Mainwaring may have thought the work that he and his platoon did was extremely important, but I doubt if the Soviets shared his opinion. Besides, the Soviet Union were our allies at the time.
What will the 'reds under the beds' brigade come up with next I wonder?
That Arthur Wilson was working for Moscow too?