Tony Seruga, an intelligence analyst who claimed that there will be a terrorist attack on US soil in the next 14 months was endlessly trolled on X, formerly known as Twitter for how he described his professional bio.

“I’m a 38 year intelligence analyst, my clients include the United States Government, British Government, Israeli Government, Saudi Arabia Government, NEOM, Microsoft, Dell Computers, GE, IBM, General Motors Corporation, The Scott Fetzer Corporation, Dutch East India Company, Procter & Gamble, Raytheon, Mastercard, Walmart, Northrop Grumman, Berkshire Hathaway, General Dynamics, BAE Systems, Standard Oil, Saudi Aramco, et al. Intelligence is NEVER perfect. It’s a messy, messy business. Rarely can I ‘guarantee’ the intelligence. Many times just releasing it in the wild can stop a false flag or genuine attack. But with as close to 100% confidence as possible, there WILL be terrorist attacks in the U.S. The attacks will come in waves for the next 14 months. Hundreds of thousands of CCP saboteurs and at least a million terrorist are already here from Palestine, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Qatar, Lebanon, Iran, Somalia, etc., etc., and they are very well funded but in addition, the Biden Administration with the UN has given them debit cards that are reloaded every month,” Seruga wrote in an extended post on Monday.

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The post quickly went viral on X, as it was accompanied by a community note that said, “The Dutch East India Company was dissolved in 1799.” Needless to say, trolls descended on Seruga, mocking him. Here are some of the reactions:

However, Seruga did not give up that easily. Instead of admitting his error, he rebutted, by posting yet another explanation.

“The Dutch East India Company was a chartered company, which made it very different from a modern corporation. It was essentially an arm of the Dutch government and had many of the same powers as a government. Fun Fact: In the first known case of corporate genocide, the Dutch East India Company violently seized the Banda Islands (Indonesia) in 1621, torturing, starving, enslaving, and murdering over 14,000 of the Islands’ 15,000 inhabitants, all to control the nutmeg trade. (WAPO). The history of cinnamon, ginger, and cloves is scarcely less blood-soaked,” he wrote.

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However, the second time too, he was met with mockery.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Seruga works at Greenlaw Capital, based in California, as a Managing Director. Before this, he worked as a Managing Director at Venture Capital and Private Equity, based in New York.