CIA Compromises SEAL OPSEC To Re-Elect Obama?!

CIA Compromises SEAL OPSEC!
Is The CIA’s Fate SEALed? Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons

CIA Sells Out SEALs to Hollywood?!

The CIA has reportedly compromised vital U.S. Navy SEAL (Sea, Air, Land) OPSEC (Operational Security) by releasing highly sensitive classified data which could easily jeopardize the SEAL’s ability to conduct future missions in a safe and efficient manner. This monumental CIA security breach of SEAL security allegedly exposes the nitty gritty of SEAL mission planning, timelines, procedures, location of training on the Bin Laden compound mock-up and more–all so the highly regarded Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow (“The Hurt Locker”) can make the film “Kill Bin Laden” for Sony Entertainment Pictures, release date October 2012. The film’s evidently designed (see below) to help get Obama re-elected via association with the heroes of the strike he himself nearly ruined. The SEALS discovered this CIA perfidy when various SEAL Team members started getting fact checking calls and found themselves trying to discredit, on the fly, the potentially lethal-to-them information provided by the CIA, as stated by the callers. This awful CIA deed makes the outing of Valerie Plame seem tame. Why? What the CIA has done puts not just the Teams at risk but those who carry them into missions as well, now and into the future!

CIA Unauthorized SEAL Information Disclosure Triggers Full-Blown Government Investigation!

Maureen Dowd’s Op-Ed column got the ball rolling, revealing CIA involvement in giving away the “crown jewels” of that and operations to come to Kathryn Bigelow, to include meeting the Jedis of SEAL Team Six’s now-dead Red Team at CIA headquarters, a grotesque violation of SEAL OPSEC. Ms. Dowd’s bombshell didn’t go unchallenged, for Representative Peter King (R), Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, contacted both the CIA and the Pentagon in August 2011 and later received a positive response. Ms. Bigelow is now under investigation for possibly receiving classified information. Additionally, Government watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Pentagon and CIA, for failing to answer FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) requests designed to reveal what was supposedly said and given in meetings by those agencies with “Kill Bin Laden” director Kathryn Bigelow, writer Mark Boal and employees of Annapurna Pictures.

CIA Betrayal Leaves The SEAL Teams Beyond Furious

Regardless of what does or doesn’t happen to Kathryn Bigelow as she’s investigated, the real culprit here is the CIA, and those CIA officials responsible knew full well the consequences of the release of such devastating information to SEAL OPSEC and future operations. In doing so, the CIA has also shot itself in the foot, drying up a prime source of “operators” for its own clandestine missions. That, though, is the least of its worries, for the Teams are way past furious, rightfully so.

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Kathy - 3 years ago

Hi John,
I am finding it increasingly difficult to read all the comments due to there being so many different pages where comments are posted (under your main blog posts, and the number of those is growing). Plus, after I have read all the comments, then later, I need to go back to scan down the entire page again because there are more replies up in the middle of the comments section.
I don’t know if you can do anything about it on this blog site, or if, as administrator, you have any other options. I’m wondering if just one page for comments might solve the problem. That won’t keep us from having to scan the entire page for more recent comments, but at least all comments would be in one place.
I personally like the forum set-up where each post is on the page in chronological order, and when I find the last one I have read, I can start reading there.
I don’t want to miss any of the comments, they are interesting, too. ;-D

    John Kettler - 3 years ago

    Kathy,

    Comments are handled by the software in the same way they are are in online fora. Someone starts a thread/makes a post (moi), upon which people comment and comment on the comments, too. Your approach would certainly be simpler to read, but would lack, I feel, context. As it is, I keep getting lost myself when answering them. I can well understand your not wanting to miss any, but I confess to having no good solution as yet to offer. If it’s a problem now, it’s only going to get worse in the future, as more and more people become involved with this blog.

      Kathy - 3 years ago

      John,
      I think you are doing a great job of answering all the comments, but I’m wondering how you will be able to keep up with it if your traffic increases as much as I suspect it will.
      I am thinking that at some point the comments section will become too unwieldy for you.
      Best wishes. :-)

        John Kettler - 3 years ago

        Kathy,

        I’m concerned about this, too.

Roland - 3 years ago

The last halfhour of this interview is well worth a listen if you haven’t already come across it John. It also confirms the direction of your material that the powerplays of the disintegrating PTB will no longer be tolerated by certain peacekeeping parties – it’s a lost game for them.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkIIBnIuXHM

    John Kettler - 3 years ago

    Roland,

    Always like good news, but am afraid it’ll be some time before I get to watch the vid, seeing as how I can barely type this. the computer’s doing the lead sled thing.

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