January 11, 2013

Charlie Obama's War on the Mujahedeen

The Birther Report Blog poses some interesting questions on Obama's whereabouts from 1981 to 1982.

"Obama goes to Pakistan in the summer of 1981 and then for some reason there is a gap in his historical references and timeline. He does not reappear until the fall of 1982 attending Columbia (?) - or so the story is told, where he graduated in May of 1983. (This timeline has always been a thorn in my psyche of reconciliation)."
  And in closing, ...
"Again, consider Obama reportedly walked away from a full ride scholarship at Occidental the summer of 81′ never to return. Instead he turns up, on paper only, at Columbia University the fall of 82′."
January 1980, President Ronald Reagan takes the oath of office and Rep. Charlie Wilson (D - TX) is assigned to the Defense Appropriations subcommittee to fund CIA operations to supply the Mujahedeen. The  CIA assigned Gust Avrakotos to be the case officer for the operation. Avrakotos planned to have weapons and satellite intelligence maps hauled across Pakistan's border into Afghanistan on the backs of mules.

Obama's CIA Director nominee, John Brennan, Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and Assistant to the President. Brennan was with the CIA for 25 years in Near East and South Asia as an analyst, station chief in Saudi Arabia, and as director of the National Counterterrorism Center. Brennan began his career with the CIA in 1980 after he received a Master of Arts in government with a concentration in Middle Eastern studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 1980.

Hardly a smoking gun, but it is easy to see the connection between Obama, Pakistan, and the arming of the Mujahedeen rebels of Afghanistan which began in 1980.