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MICHELE BACHMANN: THE SENATE NEEDS TO SAY ‘NO’ TO CIA NOMINEE JOHN BRENNAN…….

 

Say no to the hippy dippy Islamophile.

The man is a complete disaster, as are most, if not all of Obama’s picks for office. That’s the price people pay for not turning out at the polls for their mistrust of Romney, and believe me, I was no Romney supporter during the primaries.

SAY NO TO BRENNAN AT CIA

I commend the effort by Senators Graham and Inhofe to get answers from the White House about Benghazi before a confirmation vote is held for John Brennan as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Beyond mishandling Benghazi, additional items in Mr. Brennan’s background are cause for concern.

Brennan’s misunderstanding of the global jihadist threat facing America was on display during a February 2010 speech at New York University. Outlining his understanding of the War on Terror, Brennan claimed it wasn’t a war on terror at all, but a war targeted exclusively at Al-Qaeda:

They are not jihadists, for jihad is a holy struggle, an effort to purify for a legitimate purpose, and there is nothing — absolutely nothing — holy or pure or legitimate or Islamic about murdering innocent men, women and children. We are not waging a war against terrorism because terrorism is but a tactic that will never be defeated, any more than a tactics of war will. Rather, such thinking is a recipe for endless conflict…We are at war with Al Qaeda and its extremist allies, and any comment to the contrary is just inaccurate.

But the exclusive focus on Al-Qaeda as the sole enemy was rejected by none other than former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the testimony she gave to the Senate Armed Service Committee just a few weeks ago, where she warned of a “spreading jihadist threat” in North Africa, one that is growing into a “global movement.”

So it seems that Brennan’s views are extreme even within the senior levels of the Obama administration.

Brennan said as a matter of national policy we needed to reach out to the ‘moderates’ in the Hezbollah terrorist organization, a view he apparently has held for a while as evidenced by a 2006 CSPAN interview where he said that “you can’t divide the world into good and evil.” “Moderate” terrorists?

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3 Responses

  1. “you can’t divide the world into good and evil.”

    erm, not for nothing but that’s exactly the kind of statement that enemy subversives* make. In times of conflict they infiltrate the enemy and talk about shades of grey, say things like “it’s more complicated than that” etc. (without actually explaining further)They use ambiguity, ambivalence and doubt as weapons to cause the enemy to loose the will to resist.

    Every little tidbit like this I’ve heard about this Brennon derp makes him look worse and worse and worse. His being muslim is irrelevant, it’s all the stuff like this that’s putting up the red flags.

    *Subversion has 2 meanings. 1. To infiltrate the enemies positions of power and engage in administratative sabotage so as to hamper their effectiveness against you. 2. A kind of psychological warfare, more subtle than propoganda, intended to lessen the will of the enemy to resist.

    As the CIA, as any intelligence organization would, does both, I can’t believe they don’t know exactly what Brennon is. We can expect a fair amount of resignations in the next few months.

  2. “you can’t divide the world into good and evil.” is the sort of statment an enemy subversive would say. Subversion* uses ambiguity (amongst other things) to cause the enemy to loose the will to resist.

    Brennan as a big muckymuck at the CIA, KNOWS ALL ABOUT THAT KIND OF STATMENT and what it’s only purpose is. But then why would he direct a statment like that at an American audience, hmnn?

    Because he’s an enemy agent.

    *subversion has 2 meanings. 1. To infiltrate positions of power and influence in the enemies decision making infrastructure so as to sabotage its ability to resist. 2. A type of psychological warfare that attempts to cause doubt so as to hamper the enemies will to resist.

    by making a statment about “no good or evil”, Brennon shows us that he embodies both meanings. He’s an enemy agent. Furthermore, because this is the CIA’s bread and butter, they know it too.

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