The Fall of Kabul
Stabbed in the Back
Last Friday, DHS announced that America's biggest security threat was citizens who oppose the illegal COVID mandates and who question the 2020 Election, what they call "domestic terrorists".
36 hours later, Kabul fell to actual terrorists, making the DHS look completely ridiculous.
Chinese state media are reportedly mocking the US over the fall of Afghanistan, joking that it went "Smoother than the 2021 presidential transition."
In short, everything is going according to the CCP's plans, even if some of the local minions were blindsided by these events. This is the nature of compartmentalization.
We shouldn't be surprised about the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban. We already knew that Joe Biden and his administration are Chinese agents who seek to harm the US. Everything they have done over the past 7 months has very consistently been harmful to the interests of the American People.
And let's not forget that Biden stole the election with big help from the Chinese and – according to some researchers – from CENTCOM, the unified combatant command whose Area of Responsibility includes the Middle East, Afghanistan and Central Asia.
Joe Biden is now hiding from the press at Camp David, with no plans to publicly address the nation until Wednesday, at the earliest.
On Sunday, the White House tweeted images of Biden, alone in the situation room at Camp David, on a video conference with Kamala Harris and other advisors, which inadvertently revealed the identity of the CIA Station Chief at Doha, Qatar.
But a closer look at these pictures reveals that they might have been taken before last March!
We've heard nothing from Kamala Harris.
White House Spokesperson, Jen Psaki is suddenly out of the office until August 22nd, according to the auto-reply from her official email account.
Our civilian Executive Branch is completely AWOL.
Jeb Bush, George Bush, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have been as quiet as the tomb but former CIA Director, David Petraeus was on FoxNews last Friday, calling the developments in Afghanistan "catastrophic, disastrous, an enormous national security setback."
The story that's emerging is that Biden ignored the advice of his advisors, presumably in favor of following the orders of his CCP owners to cut and run from Afghanistan.
The Wall Street Journal reports that, "Biden overruled his top military commanders – Gen. Frank McKenzie, Gen. Austin Scott Miller, and Gen. Mark Milley – who recommended the US keep 2,500 troops in Afghanistan while stepping up diplomacy to try to cement a peace agreement."
The Daily Mail is reporting about a conference call on Sunday, in which some senators were briefed by Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Joint Chiefs Chairman Mark Milley, the latter of whom told them that,
The sudden collapse of the Afghan government means terror groups like Al Qaeda could grow stronger in Afghanistan far sooner than the two years Congress had previously estimated it would take them to become a threat.
He conceded that the prediction also raised the possibility of a domestic attack in the US, or on one of its allies. Milley said up to 60,000 refugees could qualify for Special Immigrant Visas as a result of [Afghanistan's] collapse.
Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the 35-year-old Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, who was Lt Gen Michael Flynn's protégé during the latter's brief tenure as President Trump's National Security Advisor (and lionized by the Q movement, despite his vehement protests) tweeted the following on Sunday:
"The clear lack of meaningful planning and preparation to effectuate a proper withdrawal in Afghanistan should force us to reexamine the structure, size, authority, and role of the @thejointstaff. Is this the proper configuration to prepare for conflict with CCP?
"Since 9/11 the Joint Staff has grown to close to 2,000 people and been flooded with many General Officers. CENTCOM’s staff has also ballooned. We were consistently told that such large staffs were needed to develop military plans for an increasingly complex world.
"Over the past year, criticism of Milley from all parties has centered on forays into domestic politics. His legacy, however, will be defined by overseeing the largest failure of the @thejointstaff's core roles and responsibilities: planning for withdrawal from Afghanistan."
Steve Bannon is joined by Jack Posobiec, a former Navy Intelligence officer with behind-the-scenes insights from a leaker in the White House and other sources.
This thumbnail image of the Washington Monument being struck by lightning last Saturday seems quite apt.
Running Time: 48 mins