The top 10 ObamaLeaks John Brennan needs to explain

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When John Brennan appears for his confirmation hearing as the next CIA director tomorrow, he needs to explain to the Senate these ten major leaks of classified national security information from the Obama administration — including the strange timing of most of these disclosures.

  1. EXPOSURE OF US-ISRAELI ROLE IN “STUXNET” ATTACK ON IRAN. On June 1, 2012, the New York Times reported that “President Obama secretly ordered increasingly sophisticated attacks on the computer systems that run Iran’s main nuclear enrichment facilities.” The story exposed the top secret codename for the program (“Olympic Games”) and the involvement of Israel, a US ally. At one point in the story, the Times directly quotes one of the president’s briefers telling him, “We think there was a modification done by the Israelis,” adding, “Mr. Obama, according to officials in the room, asked a series of questions, fearful that the code could do damage outside the plant. The answers came back in hedged terms. Mr. Biden fumed, ‘It’s got to be the Israelis,’ he said. ‘They went too far’” (emphasis added). In other words, it was leaked by someone “in the room” when the president was briefed on this cover action program.
  2. EXPOSURE OF US-ISRAELI ROLE IN DEVELOPING “FLAME” VIRUS TO SPY ON IRAN NUCLEAR PROGRAM. In addition to the leak to the Times about the Stuxnet virus, a second leak to the Washington Post revealed on June 19, 2012 that the “United States and Israel jointly developed a sophisticated computer virus nicknamed Flame that collected intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage aimed at slowing Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon, according to Western officials with knowledge of the effort.”
  3. EXPOSURE OF SAUDI DOUBLE AGENT IN YEMEN. On May 8, 2012, a leak to the Associated Press revealed the role played by a double agent, recruited in London by British intelligence, in breaking up a new underwear bomb plot in Yemen. As a result of this disclosure, the double agent had to be extracted. The leak is being investigated by the Justice Department.

Read more at American Enterprise Institute

BREAKING NEWS: Special Forces Expose’ Condemns White House

via The United West:


Dishonorable Disclosures:

Published on Aug 15, 2012 by

Intelligence and Special Operations forces are furious and frustrated at how President Obama and those in positions of authority have exploited their service for political advantage. Countless leaks, interviews and decisions by the Obama Administration and other government officials have undermined the success of our Intelligence and Special Operations forces and put future missions and personnel at risk.
The unwarranted and dangerous public disclosure of Special Forces Operations is so serious — that for the first time ever — former operators have agreed to risk their reputations and go ‘on the record’ in a special documentary titled “Dishonorable Disclosures.” Its goal is to educate America about serious breaches of security and prevent them from ever happening again.
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Romney slams Obama on security leaks – Michele Van Cleave tells just how much damage done


RENO, Nev. — Mitt Romney accused the Obama White House of risking the lives  of U.S. troops for “political gain,” undermining Israel and being complicit in  Iranian nuclear proliferation.

In a speech here Tuesday that featured some of the strongest language Romney  has used about Obama since the general election began, the presumptive nominee  made a move to gain a foothold in the foreign policy debate on the eve of his  trip to Europe.

“This is very simple: If you do not want America to be the strongest nation on earth, I am not your President. You have that President today,” Romney told the crowd at the Veterans of Foreign Wars conference. Obama spoke Monday before the same group.

Romney delivered a harsh condemnation of the leaks of classified information  regarding American involvement in cyber-attacks on Iran and details of a planned  attack by al Qaeda on a U.S.-bound airplane, saying the leaks risked American  lives.

He pinned the blame squarely on the White House.

“This conduct is contemptible. It betrays our national interest. It  compromises our men and women in the field,” Romney said. “Whoever provided  classified information to the media, seeking political advantage for the  administration, must be exposed, dismissed, and punished. The time for  stonewalling is over.”

The presumptive GOP presidential nominee demanded a “full and prompt  investigation” and said an investigation being conducted by the attorney  general’s office is not enough.

“Obama appointees, who are accountable to President Obama’s Attorney General,  should not be responsible for investigating the leaks coming from the Obama  White House,” he said. “It is not enough to say the matter is being looked into,  and leave it at that.”

Arguing that the concerns weren’t partisan, Romney pointed to Democratic Sen.  Dianne Feinstein’s Monday remarks in which she said of the leaks: “I think the  White House has to understand that some of this is coming from their ranks.”

In a statement today, Feinstein attempted to walk back her earlier statement,  which included a disclaimer that she didn’t think Obama himself was authorizing  the leaks.

“I stated that I did not believe the president leaked classified information.  I shouldn’t have speculated beyond that, because the fact of the matter is I  don’t know the source of the leaks,” Feinstein said. “I’m on record as being  disturbed by these leaks, and I regret my remarks are being used to impugn  President Obama or his commitment to protecting national security secrets.”

Read more: Politico

Senator Feinstein states that the national security leaks did indeed come form the White House (July 23, 2012):

Michelle Van Cleave: Recent Administration Leaks — Legal and Legislative Developments….Damage Has Been Done

Michelle Van Cleave is former U.S. National Counterintelligence Executive.