Ex CIA Director’s Hacked Emails Reveal Obama STARTLING Working Relationship With Terrorists


Last week, Wikileaks published a trove of documents from former CIA Director John Brennan. Brennan’s personal email account was attacked by unknown hackers who released scores of messages dating from 2007 through 2009. Among the correspondence was an intelligence brief written by Brennan on November 7, 2008 — just three days after Barrack Obama’s election. Brennan was appointed as Obama’s top counter terrorism adviser shortly thereafter


In the brief, Brennan writes that US strategy in Afghanistan was being hampered by Pakistan’s “outright support” and “close ties to the Taliban.”

“Coalition forces have won every major battle with the Afghan insurgents, but these tactical successes have not resulted in a strategic victory, largely because insurgents are free to retreat and regroup in sanctuaries across the AF-PK border in the Pashtun tribal belt of Pakistan.”

According to the report, Pakistan was also using the Taliban to target India and combat its increasing presence in Afghanistan. However, the Intelligence community had differing views on the extent of the relationship between Pakistan

“Pakistan‘s desire to counter India‘s growing influence in Afghanistan and concerns about U.S. long-term commitments to Afghanistan increase Pakistan‘s interest in hedging its bets by ensuring that it will be able to have a working relationship with the Taliban to balance Indian and Iranian interests if the United States withdraws. “

Regardless of the obvious conflict of interest, Brennan’s report warned that the United States Government (USG):

“…cannot afford to lose Pakistani support for our efforts in Afghanistan. Eighty percent of our logistical support for the forces in Afghanistan transits Pakistan and there currently is no viable land alternative… A permanent halt of fuel or other shipments would significantly damage coalition operations in Afghanistan.”

He recommended that the United States avoid antagonizing the Pakistanis and that the newly elected President appoint Special Coordinator to manage America’s interests in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

“The Special Coordinator‘s mission will be to bring USG efforts under the overall strategy, solicit and maintain international support, interface with our European partners and regional stakeholders to garner support for
funding, troops, and potentially diplomatic compromises, and communicate difficult messages to regional players when necessary so that our country teams and military leaders maintain high rapport with their counterparts in-theater. “

Despite the effort, since 2008, Pakistani leaders have outed threeObama-Sharif CIA operatives, charged two Senior CIA officials with murder, and accused John Brennan himself of “waging war against Pakistan.”

Even after years of Taliban support, double crosses, and security SNAFUs, the Obama Administration is STILL kowtowing to the Pakistanis. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was in Washington last week for an official White House visit with President Obama. The two met to discuss the “enduring partnership” between Pakistan and the United States. They issued a Joint Statement  highlighting their “deeper” and “stronger” commitment and suggesting a new weapons deal is in the making



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