Al-Qaeda making a comeback. What is U.S. intelligence strategy?

Saif al-Adel


A new ruthless, powerful, and intelligent leader; Turkey’s support, and continued hatred of the Western world, Al-Qaeda is making a big comeback. Turkey gave them free access to the mountainous Azerbaijan region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Why does it seem our intelligence agencies ignores this? Brad Johnson comments from his 25-year perspective as a CIA Operative and Station Chief. Please like, subscribe, and share our material. You’ll be sure to find these and other important analyses.

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Brad Johnson, CIA Chief of Station (Ret.), is President of Americans for Intelligence Reform and brings his 25 years of experience as a CIA Operative and Chief of Station serving multiple times overseas in direct support of the War against Terrorism. Mr. Johnson is a certified senior expert in Counterintelligence issues with extensive direct experience in the field. He brings you his unique perspective from deep, international experience and conservative, Christian values. Now retired, he formed Americans for Intelligence Reform to fight exactly the corruption and politics destroying our intelligence capabilities and threatening our national security. He is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

1 thought on “Al-Qaeda making a comeback. What is U.S. intelligence strategy?

  1. For some reason I’m not able to bring up the recent HR-1 interview? I can bring up any of the other interviews but not the HR-1. I’ve tried 9 ways to Sunday but no luck. Makes me wonder if Google is playing games with that particular interview segment.

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