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CIA 'running arms smuggling team in Benghazi when consulate was attacked' (Rand was right)

The CIA has been subjecting operatives to monthly polygraph tests in an attempt to suppress details of a US arms smuggling operation in Benghazi that was ongoing when its ambassador was killed by a mob in the city last year, according to reports.

The circumstances of the attack are a subject of deep division in the US with some Congressional leaders pressing for a wide-ranging investigation into suspicions that the government has withheld details of its activities in the Libyan city.

"Since January, some CIA operatives involved in the agency's missions in Libya, have been subjected to frequent, even monthly polygraph examinations, according to a source with deep inside knowledge of the agency's workings,"


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Guess that means Alex Jones

was right, also?

The CIA is the neck of the

Medusa "government" that is killing the United States, and private mercenaries of the UN.
Time this neck was severed.

This begs the question then...

Who attacked the US consulate?

US Consulate?

As I remember the story from early-on, the msm was reporting that the Embassy was attacked...then we found out that this was not the Embassy, but some sort of annex that was most-likely filled with spying stuff.
The raw footage taken immediately after the attack showed several men climbing through rubble and a big hole in the concrete wall, speaking Arabic. The actual translation was something like, "He's here! He's alive! Help me carry him..." These were locals there to help and recognized Stevens. The Amerikan msm gave a different translation...one of nefarious intentions on the part of the men bravely climbing through the rubble.
My point is, the building wasn't the Consulate or the Embassy...and the attackers were most-likely CIA-led French or Belgian UN goons, or some other mercenaries hired from around Africa...like those used to slaughter villages in the south of Libya predicating the over-run of Gadhafi.

Silence isn't always golden....sometimes it's yellow.

"The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them." - Patrick Henry

Lybian militias, that were

Lybian militias, that were prolific after the fall of Muammar Gadaffi, found out CIA agents were running around all over the place and got upset.

Benghazi CIA Prison Annex Syria-Contra Cover Up 9/11/2012 Libya Attack: Updated


BAD, BAD, BAD, BAD, ......

Why do people give it to them? Look who winds up with it and what they do with it.

I have a huge respect for the people in Afghanistan as a culture. Their culture has defeated empires. I don't know much about them but the fact they have stood their ground against imperialism gets my salute.

It's the Afghani terrain

and its remoteness that has defeated empires, not the culture. If they lived on flatter, accessible ground like Eastern Europe they would have been overrun many times.

Good point.