“Make no mistake about it, John Brennan is the mastermind of this conspiracy to frame Donald Trump and to steal his presidency from him after he was elected.” (Former U.S. Attorney Joe diGenova.)
“Trump's claim of no collusion is hogwash." (Former CIA director John Brennan)
“Cuba is not a threat to the United States…They don’t implicate our national security in any way…The government of Cuba has not provided any support for international terrorism during the preceding six-month period; and the government of Cuba has provided assurances that it will not support acts of international terrorism in the future.” (President Obama after meeting with Raul Castro in Panama and recommending that Stalinist Cuba be removed from the list of state sponsors of terrorism, April 14th, 2015.)
Of course, if former U.S. attorney Joe DiGenova is right, “trust,” or lack thereof, technically speaking, had nothing to do with the whole operation against Trump.
At any rate, John Brennan--as head of the CIA at the time, and who had been an intimate national security advisor to Barack Obama since his 2008 campaign—presumably signed-off on (and maybe even encouraged) Obama’s decision to officially whitewash and legitimize the terror-sponsoring, drug-running Castro regime, in preparation for its planned windfall of U.S. taxpayer dollars (i.e. “diplomatic recognition”). Never mind that this whitewash required taking one of modern history’s most infamous liars at his word.
But in fact, only a few weeks before Obama’s (and presumably Brennan’s) giddy acceptance of Castro’s promise (“cross my heart and hope to die!”), Castro got caught red-handed supplying Chinese-made arms to the Western hemisphere’s oldest, biggest and most murderous terror-group: Colombia’s FARC. The terror-death toll from these Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) exceeds 200,000, and includes more U.S. citizens than were murdered by ISIS.
So maybe it was a mere coincidence that the very week Obama (presumably with Brennan’s support) planned to remove Cuba as a terror-sponsor, the mainstream media (especially CNN) blacked out any mention of this blatant terror-sponsorship by Cuba in our own backyard?
In February 2015 Colombian authorities found 99 missile heads, 100 tons of gunpowder, 2.6 million detonators, and over 3,000 artillery shells hidden under rice sacks in a ship bound from Red China to Cuba that docked in the port of Cartagena, Colombia.
Most Cuba-watchers immediately guessed what was up. And crackerjack Colombian (Not CNN or New York Times, heaven forbid!) reporters quickly investigated and exposed the Castro regime’s terror-sponsoring scheme. In brief:
- The arms were from a Chinese manufacturer named Norinco and the recipient was a Cuban company named Tecnoimport.
- But the ship stopped in the Colombian ports of Cartagena and Baranquilla (where the FARC is based.)
- Colombia’s newspaper El Espectator also reported that many Norinco-manufactured arms had already been captured from FARC guerrillas over the past ten years. This proliferation of Cuba-smuggled Chinese arms to the terrorist FARC got so bad that in 2007-08 the Colombian authorities even sent a diplomatic protest note to the Chinese.
Such awkward information at such an awkward time, needless to say, might have hampered Obama’s plan (presumably with Brennan’s support) to cleanse the Castro regime from any taint of terror-sponsorship—at least for people with half a brain.
But shouldn’t the head of (probably) the world’s largest and most lavishly–funded intelligence agency (the CIA) have been aware of this Cuban terror-sponsorship on our very doorstep? So how could he possibly sign off on Obama’s howler that “the government of Cuba has not provided any support for international terrorism during the preceding six-month period?”
Two years earlier (with Brennan recently-appointed CIA director by Obama) Panamanian authorities discovered unregistered Russian missile parts and actual MIG jets hidden in a North Korean ship that had just left terror-sponsoring Cuba and was bound for terror-sponsoring North Korea through the Panama Canal. All the Russian-made contraband was hidden under sacks of Cuban sugar. An investigation by a U.N. panel (no less!) concluded that the Cuban smuggling was a blatant violation of international sanctions.
Shouldn’t a CIA director have been aware of this illegal, blatant and repeated smuggling of arms from one terror sponsor to another in our own backyard?
Alas, looking the other way was very convenient for declassifying the blatantly guilty party from the list of terror sponsors -- a condition Castro demanded before he would deign to allow Obama to legitimize and enrich his regime. The Castros, you see, knew full well how Obama desperately craved this “opening” to Cuba for his “legacy.”
So they played him like a fiddle, humiliating his “negotiators’ (mostly Pajama-Boy Ben Rhodes) at every turn.
But perhaps we’re being overly harsh on John Brennan’s stupidity (or disingenuity) regarding Castroism? After all, he follows a long and illustrious U.S. national security tradition on the Castros. To wit:
“Fidel Castro is not only not a communist –he’s a strong anti-Communist fighter. He’s ready to help us in the hemisphere’s anti-communist fight and we should share our intelligence with him.” (CIA Cuba “expert” Frank Bender, April, 1959.)
“Don’t worry. We’ve infiltrated Castro’s guerrilla group in the Sierra Mountains. The Castro brothers and Ernesto “Che” Guevara have no affiliations with any Communists whatsoever.” (Havana CIA station chief Jim Noel, 1958.—(in fact, The Castro brothers and Che Guevara had a KGB handler named Nikolai Leonev since 1954!)
“Nothing but refugee rumors. There’s no likelihood that the Soviets or Cubans would try and install an offensive capability (missiles) in Cuba.” (JFK’s National Security advisor Mc George Bundy on ABC’s Issues and Answers on October 14, 1962.
Exactly 48 hours later U-2 photos sat on JFK’s desk revealing that those “refugee rumors” were sitting in Cuba and pointed directly at Bundy, JFK, and their entire staff of sagacious Ivy League national security wizards.