Fall of Afghanistan future threat to the West

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, warns America to expect terrorist attacks in the future.

Brad Johnson gives an update on the inevitable problems we face from Afghanistan’s takeover by Al-Qaeda and the Taliban.

Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. Having served domestically and abroad, many assignments included areas of armed conflict. He served overseas in direct support of the War Against Terrorism and he took multiple assignments overseas as Chief of Station.

A certified senior expert in counterintelligence, surveillance and surveillance detection, his proven expertise in dangerous operational environments included the highest level of training available in the USG and globally. His tradecraft expertise was put to test in dangerous, difficult, and restrictive operational environments.

Brad is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

In the summer of 2017, he founded the non-profit organization Americans for Intelligence Reform to create awareness of political corruption and the resulting diminished capabilities within the intelligence community. Serving as President, he brings you his unique perspective from deep, international experience and conservative, Christian values.

5 thoughts on “Fall of Afghanistan future threat to the West

  1. Brad in your interview with Vlad on this subject you said that this is a FUBAR, in my (at times not so humble opinion) this is a FUBAR on the level of Pearl Harbor or the Battle of the Bulge. I would add the 67 Tet to that list but despite what the news media keeps saying the 67 Tet was a major disaster for Charlie. We destroyed all of his combat units and after that all we faced in the field were NVA troops.

    1. You are dead on for all. Tet was a media disaster and a military victory. I think this is exactly where the press learned to how effective it can be to lie to the American public and they have not looked back since.

  2. Pick your poisons China is investing in Afghan particularly building a super infrastructure between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Moreover the copper and other raw resources in Afghanistan if China ends up controlling will render any hope of American industry resurgence. Curious to see how the various groups in Afghanistan handle China .
    We shall see how bad China wants those resources. My bet is they get chased out and the bad groups take over like Brad has suggested .

  3. What has been the role of Pakistan in these recent developments? Have they become more active as US troops withdraw.

    1. Considering Pakistan trains supply’s and funds the Taliban it would be reasonable to think they are more active. Trace funds to Pakistan and give yourself a good view of the trilogy going on in that part of the world .

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