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The "Unholy Alliance" 

Russia, China, Iran and Latin America



Latin America will test the next president’s security goals

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There is a microcosm of the world’s security problems on the doorstep of the United States. Islamic State fighters. Ramped-up aggression from China and Russia. Floods of migrants and refugees fleeing conflict. Sophisticated criminal networks undermining peace and stability. These problems are typically spread across the planet. But they’re also exerting pressure on one region in particular: Latin America.


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“They operate deliberately in the Western Hemisphere as part of their broader global strategies. The most concerning of them is Russia, which portrays the United States in our theater as unreliable and as withdrawing from this pivotal region,” Tidd said.
Security in the Western Hemisphere connects directly to other parts of the world, the admiral said.
“Smuggling networks run through South America directly into our homeland [and] foreign terrorist fighters flow from the Caribbean to Syria and to Iraq,” Tidd added.
As part of its global strategy, he said, Russia tries to discredit U.S. reliability as a trustworthy partner in the United States’ own region.
“These issues transcend artificial boundaries and demand a transregional, united response,” the admiral said. 

Updated on Thursday, November 7, 2013

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by Mike Nova 

The New "Unholy Alliance" is (as always IMVHASPO) a more or less loose and informal conglomerate of certain: 

1) criminal organisations and specifically of their subtype of international drug trafficking organisations

2) Intelligence Services of some countries and 

3) various types of religious fundamentalist groups, ideologically and "theologically", to the point of rabid hatred, opposed to the World Gay Rights Movement and paradigm as the most evident and emotionally evocative expression of the Western liberalism

All these various entities, having their own separate sets of aims and goals, are allied on the basis of their deep programmatic hostility to the United States and under the common umbrella of Anti-Americanism, and have the common goal of opposing, "checking" and diminishing the power and what they see as the world domination of the United States. 

They strive to achieve their own version of The "New World Order", which might be, to some degree, just the "old wine in a new bottle" and with the new set of labels; their ultimate goal is totalitarian enslavementzombification and control (and actively, deliberately, purposefully promoted mass drug addictions in the Western countries as the part, parcel and the tool of this enslavement and control), with the aim of achieving their own World domination by inciting the various new types of World ("International") "Communist or Socialist revolutions", or for this instance the fundamentalist Islamic revolutions, as in Iran.

The structures and infrastructures of their mutual operational support systems, communications and moda operandi remain to be investigated carefully and are to be determined. Structurally, they appear to form the multi-tiered proxy chains and pyramids, from the upper levels masterminds to the actual zombified (and probably in most cases hypnotized or influenced by long term and intensive suggestion techniques) actors-executors, controlled by their handlers, who in turn are controlled by the higher level handlers. This provides the additional levels of security for their covers. 

Geopolitically, so far, it seems to me, China took the course more on the economic, trade (e.g. such as investing into the Nicaragua canal venture) and cultural expansions, while Russia appears to rely more on its old allies and connections and continuing arms and oil deals with them, while probably delegating to Iran as her proxy to conduct more aggressive and more unseemly type of operations (and probably having some degree of control over them) and to maintain direct contacts with drug cartels in the Caribbean and the Latin America in general and in Venezuela, Mexico and some other countries in particular. 

It is also conceivable (if, of course, this is not simply just a wishful thinking error on my part), that the new Iranian President, Mr. Hassan Rouhani  took a course on the genuine "detent" and "peace" with the United States and gave some type of the instructions (verbal or nonverbal) to step down the future intelligence activities and hostilities against the United States by winding them up and "clearing the board": activating, using and disposing of some of their most primitive, small scale intimidation geared type of assets; while at the same time attempting "to soften up" his interlocutors (ambivalence as a phenomenon and the feature of certain complex actions and interactions is the universal trait in human communications). This would feel to me as something "counter-intuitive" though and more hypothetical and putative than reality based at this point, especially in the light of his "higher authority", Ayatollah Khamenei's unquestionable and constitutionally backed up prevalence in the strategic matters, and the latter appears to harden rather than to relax his utterances and pronouncements after his somewhat puzzling three weeks absence rumored to be due to serious illness. Possible return to the international relations arena of Mr. A. Lieberman, a "hardliner" with a penchant for a somewhat bullying style, despite or because of almost universal allergy to both of them (the man and his style), might also be viewed as a sign that a "dovish" stretch is not very likely to materialize. The accompaniment of old wounds and issues appears to be only in an appropriately dissonant harmony with recent developments.  

In a way, allegorically, this Unholy Alliance is the Dante's three-faced Satan-Beast in the very center of Inferno. This might sound as a somewhat gloomy and unduly alarmist impression but I am afraid that the recent string of mysterious and tragic events, possibly as the first, the explorative and warning stage of this Alliance's hostile actions, might be the sad confirmation. We'll live, we'll see and we'll learn (hopefully; and, hopefully in a positive way). However this old adage might not be out of place: if you want peace prepare for war

To get to some practical thoughts.  It seems to me that the radical, in depth revision (with the very open, well informed and objective discussions in mass media and scientific communities) of our drug abuse policies is long overdue and is very important, if not the central part of the efforts to counteract this hostile thrust. Partial legalization and the treatment (as opposed to crime) paradigm, in their various forms, modalities and combinations; well thought out and broadly, boldly and skillfully implemented, might be the inevitable and probably the only rational and farsighted solution. 

Another important issue which deserves the very serious attention and active promotion is the "spiritual globalization": the creation or summation and popularization of the ecumenical sets of moral values, teachings and concepts; commonly taught, shared and practiced on the basis of the Judeo-Christian, Abrahamic and other, non-Abrahamic religious and non-religious precepts

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Iran Steps Up Covert Action in Latin America

U.S., Latin American leaders meet to discuss threat
President Hassan Rouhani  of Iran / AP
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran / AP
MIAMI—The Iranian government is significantly boosting its presence and resources in Latin America, posing a national security threat to the region, according to a group of U.S. and Latin American officials who met earlier this week in Florida to discuss Iran’s covert actions.
While Iran has long had a foothold in the Western hemisphere, these officials warned that the Islamic Republic has invested significant resources into its Latin American operations in a bid to increase its sway in the region.
Iran’s growing influence in the region—and its effort to exert influence over governments there—has fostered pressing security concerns as the Iranians inch closer to the United States’ southern border, according to these U.S. officials and Latin American leaders, who met for several days this week at a summit organized by the Israel Allies Foundation (IAF).
“It is troubling in some of the briefings we get, particularly on the classified side, to see Iranian influence in Latin America,” Rep. Ron DeSantis (R., Fla.), a member of the House Committee of Foreign Affairs, told the Washington Free Beacon in an interview. “A lot of these [Latin American officials] share the concern.”
“It’s a security risk for all of us,” DeSantis said.
DeSantis was one of several members of Congress and 20 Latin American lawmakers from 14 different countries who met during the IAF summit, which began on Sunday and ran until Tuesday morning.
Iran is becoming increasingly open about its presence in Latin America and providing its officials with passports from Venezuela and other countries, giving them free rein to travel throughout South America.
Iran has forged close ties with countries such as Argentina, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Bolivia, among others.
Luis Heber, a member of the Uruguayan senate, said that Iranian agents—who some suspect are members of the country’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)—have been spotted in his country holding Venezuelan passports.
Officials have determined that there is “a clear penetration of Iran in our country,” Heber said during remarks Sunday before U.S. lawmakers and other Latin American officials.
“We’ve also seen Venezuelan passports in the hands of Iranians,” he revealed. “The penetration of Venezuela by Iran is clear. There is overwhelming information on this.”
Heber said Uruguayan officials have spotted at least 10 Iranians carrying Venezuelan passports.
They “can enter anywhere in Latin America because the passports are legal,” he explained.
Iran’s goal, in part, is to establish deep ties in these countries in order to influence their policies toward America, Israel, and other Western allies, officials said.
“The threat level has increased, it’s more open,” said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R., Fla.), vice-chair of the House’s Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere.
“The Iranian threat comes not from espionage as much, but from influencing the ideology of their host country,” Ros-Lehtinen said. “That’s what they’re aiming for and penetrating [these countries] so they have a presence in Latin America right at the foothold of the U.S.”
Iran establishes consulates in these countries and then uses them as a base to conduct espionage and other covert activities, Ros-Lehtinen said.
“How is it they have Iranian consulates in Latin America?” she asked. “It’s ridiculous to think all of sudden Latin Americans want to travel to Iran. They’re not using it to issue their visas. Something is happening that Iran is penetrating the Western Hemisphere and it’s not for cultural exchanges or approval of travel docs.”
“This makes no sense … other than espionage, subterfuge, and illicit activities,” Ros-Lehtinen said.
This activity has intensified of late, several officials said.
“There’s no question we’re seeing an uptick in Iranian influence in the Western Hemisphere,” Rep. Matt Salmon (R., Ariz.), a House Foreign Affairs Committee member, said during a meeting with the Latin American leaders in attendance.
“Unfortunately, the U.S. administration, our administration, seems to be willing to turn a blind eye towards what’s happening,” he said.
“There have been instances where Iranian agents have crossed the U.S. border,” Salmon claimed, referring to past reports by members of Hezbollah being arrested attempting to cross the Mexican border.
Iran currently hosts at least 80 so-called cultural centers in the region and has doubled the number of embassies in the region since 2005.
Ros-Lehtinen warned that this activity has become “more pronounced and open” in the past few years.
“Now they’re in the open, above board, advertising and letting the world know, ‘We’re right in your front and back yard,’” Ros-Lehtinen said.
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  1. Unholy alliance (geopolitical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    An unholy alliance popularly refers to an alliance which is perceived as unnatural, unusual, or simply undesirable, sometimes between seemingly antagonistic ...

    An unholy alliance popularly refers to an alliance which is perceived as unnatural, unusual, or simply undesirable, sometimes between seemingly antagonistic parties. 

    "Unholy alliance" is often used when one or more of the alliance members has an interest in the sacred or the unsacred, "sacred" being associated with holiness. For example, a book may be titled "Unholy Alliance: A History of Nazi Involvement with the Occult" or a newspaper article claiming that "Iran, Russia and the Vatican are working to block global standards protecting women against violence" may be titled "Unholy Alliance."


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  1. Hezbollah's cocaine Jihad - Israel News, Ynetnews › Ynetnews › News › Magazine

    Dec 29, 2012 - ... partners with Mexican drug cartels; uses millions of dollars in drug money to ... US intelligence indicates that Mexico is home to some 200,000 Syrian ...The international sanctions crippling Tehran's economy have taken a ...

Hezbollah's cocaine Jihad

Faced with dwindling Iranian funding, Shiite terror group partners with Mexican drug cartels; uses millions of dollars in drug money to support weapon acquisition habit
Eldad Beck
Published: 12.29.12, 20:58 / Israel News
MEXICO – Chiapas is one of Mexico's most exotic federal districts. But the magical forests, appealing Indian communities, colorful towns and intriguing archeological sites – that serve as main tourist attractions – hide a political hell.

In the mid-1990s, a leftist resistance group which calls itself The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) made Chiapas its home. Its attempts to fight the Mexican Army repeatedly failed, but the Zapatistas are still very active in the district's rural areas. Chiapas is considered a dangerous place, where every home has an arms arsenal of its own; and like many other places inMexico, Chiapas' streets have become the battlefield where the government and local drug lords wrestle for dominance.

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Chiapas, however, harbors an even more sinister secret: It is also a hub of radical Islamist activity.

Catholic Mexico is in the midst of a crisis of faith. According to a local businessman, who asked to remain anonymous, it is widely believed that within a decade, Chiapas will be the first federal state in Mexico to turn its back on the Church.

"The Muslim missionaries are very active there," he said. "It's hard to know exactly how many people have converted to Islam over the past few years."

EZLN march in Chiapas (Photo: AFP)
EZLN march in Chiapas (Photo: AFP)

Official data suggests that Mexico is home to some 4,000 Muslims – a fraction in a country whose population numbers 115 million. Theoretically, this is a negligible number, but it is enough to cause concern in the United States – and Israel should be concerned as well.

Follow the money

US intelligence indicates that Mexico is home to some 200,000Syrian and Lebanese immigrants – most of them illegal – who were able to cross the border via an extensive web of contacts with drug cartels, both in Mexico and in other countries in South America.

These cartel contacts smuggle illegal immigrants – including individuals affiliated with Iran, Hezbollah, al-Qaeda and other radical Islamist groups – into Mexico, placing them a virtual stone's-throw away from the United States.

Western intelligence agencies have been able to gather ample evidence suggesting that the drug cartels in Mexico – which are the de facto rulers of the northern districts bordering the US – are in cahoots with Islamic terror organizations, which are eager to execute attacks against American, Israeli, Jewish and western targets; but most of all, the Islamic terror groups are eager to make money, so they can fund their nefarious aspirations.

In December 2011, the US authorities released an indictment filed against Lebanese drug lord Ayman Juma, which exposed Hezbollah's involvement with the Los Zetas drug cartel. According to the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Los Zetas is the most technologically advanced and most dangerous cartel operating in Mexico.

Juma was indicted in absentia for smuggling 85 tons of cocaine into the US and for laundering $850 million for Los Zetas. He was also accused of serving as a go-between for the Mexican crime syndicate and the Shiite terror group.

According to US officials, for a modest 8%-14% commission, Juma's money laundering process would take about a week. The operation involved bank accounts in dozens of countries, making it virtually impossible to track the dirty money.

Hezbollah rally in Beirut (Photo: Reuters)
Hezbollah rally in Beirut (Photo: Reuters)

According to the indictment, Hezbollah is using Juma's cartel connections to minimize its dependency on Iranian funding. The international sanctions crippling Tehran's economy have taken a serious bite out of the $200 million in annual aid given to Hezbollah, but the latter's appetite for cash has only grown. Los Zetas' Beirut-based money man has reportedly helped the Shiite terror group meet its financial needs.

The ties that bind

Iran denies any involvement in South America, but the US knows better. In 2010, a report commissioned by the House Committee on Intelligence found that the ties between Hezbollah and the Mexican drug cartels, as well as the Iranian link, were getting stronger.

The report found that Hezbollah was massively embroiled in drugs and money laundering deals, as well as in arms trafficking in and out of Mexico.

Furthermore, US intelligence concluded that Hezbollah has established sleeper cells, intelligence infrastructure and training bases in Mexico and other South American countries. The Shiite group is also helping the drug lords build smuggling tunnels under the US-Mexico border and satellite images show that they are nearly identical to the maze of tunnels running under the Gaza-Egypt border.

Hezbollah is also training the cartels' operatives in the dubious art of explosives, helping drug lords improve their bomb-making skills.

The committee found evidence that Hezbollah and Iranian Revolutionary Guard officials pick up fake passports in Venezuela – a close ally of Iran – prior to infiltrating the United States.

The US' concern about the smuggling tunnels increased exponentially in 2009, when a Department of Homeland Security wiretap derived a recording of Professor Abdallah Nafisi, a Kuwaiti clergyman and a known al-Qaeda recruiter, boasting about the ease by which nonconventional warfare and weapons of mass destruction can be smuggled into the US, through the Mexican drug tunnels.

Iran's Revolutionary Guard (Archives: EPA)
Iran's Revolutionary Guard (Archives: EPA)

"Ten pounds of anthrax in a medium-size suitcase, carried by a Jihad warrior through the tunnels can kill 300,000 Americans in one hour," he said. "It will make 9/11 look like peanuts. There's no need for plans… Just one courageous man, to spread this confetti on the White House lawn. Then we will really be able to celebrate."

Threat to national security

"Hezbollah, more than any other terror group, manages to utilize its Mexican-based cells, which it has turned into instruments of capital and terrorism, ready to be called upon once the moment serves its interests," a 2010 Department of Homeland Security report said.

American officials do not hesitate to publicly point the finger at Hezbollah. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano said that Hezbollah has "massive presence in the triangle made up of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, and the organization is constantly expanding its ties with the Mexican drug cartels."

Earlier this year, former DEA Chief of Operations Michael Braun told CBS News that Hezbollah "are masters in creating close relationships with criminal organizations around the world."

A recent book by Latin America expert Jon Perdue details the dangers the US and its allies face as a result of the presence of radical Islamic terror groups in South and Central America. According to Perdue, Iran's proxies have been around long enough "to pose an actual threat" to the US should Israel mount a unilateral strike on the Islamic Republic's nuclear facilities.

Hope for deliverance?

But why are the local communities in Mexico so eager to answer radical Islam's call? The answers to that vary.

First, most Middle Eastern migrates have been able to make a successful life for themselves in Mexico. For example, Carlos Slim Helu – one of the richest men in the world, with a personal fortune of $77 billion – is the son of Lebanese immigrates. Such ties make for an easier landing for Hezbollah operatives in Mexico over other places.

But mostly, Chiapas – like other places in Mexico – is plagued by poverty and a civilian sense of deprivation. The district is home to the decedents of the Mayans, who have been exploited by local governments dating back to the days of the Spanish Conquistadors. They have revolted against their discrimination repeatedly, but to no real success.

Against this bleak backdrop, a monotheistic revolution is taking place – at least according to Muslim websites – as thousand of South Americans shed the Catholic beliefs forced on their forefathers by the Spaniards hundreds of years ago, in favor of Islam.

Ironically, missionary Islam arrived in Mexico from none other than Spain. In the mid 1990s, Muslins from the al-Murabitun order, or "Almoravids," as they are known, were sent to Chiapas. The Almoravids strongly oppose any use of violence or terror, but since the order is very secretive, little is known about the true nature of its work.

Various Mexican reports suggest that the Almoravids are linked to neo-Nazi groups and foster anti-Semitic ideology; and that they aspire to convert all of Europe to Islam and enact the same style of Islam prevalent in the days of the Prophet Muhammad.

Another organization spreading the word of the Prophet in Mexico in the Islamic Cultural Center of Mexico, a Sunni organization set up about 15 years ago. The center funds translation projects and major construction projects for mosques and Muslim social centers.

No one knows who funds the work done by the Islamic Cultural Center of Mexico or by the Almoravids.

"It's hard to know whether the recent Islamization here stems from deep spiritual convictions or from opportunistic financial motives," a Mexican academic, who has been tracking the phenomenon, said.

"It is likely due to the combination of both. Islam can easily be adapted to the classic way of life of the native Mexican communities. It's enough to present Islam as a religion that promotes social causes, one that is anti-capitalist and tolerant of all races, to prey on the locals' sense of discrimination and win their sympathies."

The bottom line may prove to be a bitter pill to swallow for the US: It is very likely that in a few years, the US – much like Israel – will have to deal with its own Hezbollah presence, right across the border.

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      Michael T. Flynn

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      Michael T. Flynn
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      Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn, Director of DIA
      Allegiance United States of America
      Service/branchUnited States Department of the Army Seal.svg United States Army
      RankUS-O9 insignia.svg Lieutenant General
      UnitDefense Intelligence AgencyJoint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
      Battles/warsOperation Enduring Freedom,Operation Iraqi FreedomOperation Urgent Fury
      Michael T. Flynn is a United States Army Lieutenant general[1][2] and, since July 24, 2012, has served as the current Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Commander of the Joint Functional Component Command for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance(JFCC-ISR), and chair of the Military Intelligence Board. Prior to this he served as Assistant Director of National intelligence. He has consistently pushed for greater information and intelligence sharing and has been a leading figure in coalition and special operations intelligence operations. Flynn published an "extraordinary" report in JAN 2010 on "Fixing Intelligence in Afghanistan", a report that took to task the intelligence community for lacking an understanding of the human-socio context of the battlefield in Afghanistan. Flynn's career has been primarily operational serving in numerous combat arms conventional and special operations senior intelligence assignments. Flynn also served as the Senior intelligence officer for JSOC where he was credited with creating innovative techniques for interrogation operations and ops-intel fusion leading to major breakthroughs in counterterrorism operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere against Al Qaeda and its Associated Movements. Flynn is widely published author with articles appearing in Infantry Journal, Small Wars Journal, Joint Forces Quarterly, the Center for New American Strategy, and various Military Intelligence publications.


      Flynn graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Science degree in management science in 1981 and wascommissioned through Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps. He also holds three masters degrees and an honorary doctorate.


      Flynn commanded the 111th Military Intelligence Brigade from June 2002 to June 2004. He served as the Assistant Chief of Staff, G2, XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort BraggNorth Carolina from June 2001 and the Director of Intelligence, Joint Task Force 180 in Afghanistan until July 2002.[2]
      Flynn served as the Director of Intelligence, Joint Staff from July 11, 2008 to June 14, 2009, then the Director of Intelligence, International Security Assistance Forces in Afghanistan from June 2009 to October 2010. He also served as the Director of Intelligence, United States Central Command from June 2007 to July 2008, and the Director of Intelligence for Joint Special Operations Command from July 2004 to June 2007, with service in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom) and Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom).[2]
      Flynn is a graduate of the Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course, Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course, Army Command and General Staff College, the School of Advanced Military Studies, and Naval War College. He earned a Master of Business Administration in telecommunications from Golden Gate University, a Master of Military Art and Science from the United States Army Command and General Staff College, a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College and an honorary doctorate from the Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC.[2]

      Office of the Director of National Intelligence[edit]

      In September 2011, numerous media outlets reported on LTG Flynn's promotion to LTG and assignment to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. His duties include public, private, and international outreach and engagement. Flynn's influence throughout the intelligence community is primarily with operational units across all the services, especially in the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance arenas as well as the information technology and organizational design.

      Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency[edit]

      On April 17, 2012 President Barack Obama nominated LTG Flynn to be the 18th Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.[3] LTG Flynn took command of DIA on July 24, 2012.[4] In October 2012, LTG Flynn announced plans to release his Vision 2020 blueprint, a broad look at everything DIA does and should do in the future.[5]


      Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn, USA  Director of Intelligence, the Joint Staff - G Images

      Defense One: With the Afghan war winding down and defense budgets being slashed, do you worry that some of the important lessons from this decade of conflict will be lost as bureaucracies reassert themselves in the inevitable fight for scarce resources?

      Flynn: I don’t worry about people in the field or forward-deployed military organizations forgetting those lessons. What I do worry about is Washington D.C., because bureaucracies in this town act in funny ways. There’s this tendency to view Washington as at “the center” of things, with everything else happening out there on “the edge.” But the edge is where really important things are happening, which means we need to change the mindset in Washington. Those people and organizations in the field should be seen as the center of gravity. We need to make them the centerpiece of everything we do.

      James KitfieldOctober 28, 2013

      Next year the United States will withdraw its last combat troops from Afghanistan, ending more than a decade of conflict in that country. The threat from the core al Qaeda group that originally drew U.S. forces there after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks barely exists. Al Qaeda’s extremist ideology has metastasized, however, spread by affiliates thriving in an arc of instability and conflict that now stretches from Southwest Asia through the Middle East and all the way to Africa.
      To better understand the nature of that threat and the lessons of a decade of war, Defense One contributor and National Journal senior correspondent James Kitfield spoke with Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Flynn, as the former director of intelligence for Joint Special Operations Command during its fight with al Qaeda in Iraq, and as the former director of intelligence for U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan, is arguably more familiar with the evolving al Qaeda threat than anyone else in the U.S. government.

      Edited excerpts from that interview follow.
      Defense One: Recently we have seen a resurgence of al Qaeda in Iraq, which is responsible for the death of more than 5,000 Iraqis this year in the worst violence in that country since 2007. Its affiliate, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has captured territory in northern Syria in the midst of that’s country’s civil war. Just this past year we’ve also seen Al Qaeda-linked groups capture parts of Mali, slaughter hundreds of civilians in Nigeria, and plot attacks on the U.S. homeland from Yemen. After a recent terrorist massacre of more than 60 civilians in an upscale shopping mall in Kenya, your former colleagues in Joint Special Operations Command also launched a commando raid against the al Qaeda-linked terrorist group al-Shabab, in Somalia. Are you surprised we’re seeing such a proliferation of these al Qaeda-linked groups?
      Flynn: No, I’m really not surprised at all. Some experts call these people ‘fundamentalists,’ but I know fundamentalists. I’m a fundamentalist myself at times. But there’s a big difference between a fundamentalist and an extremist who is willing to use violence to advance their agenda, so we should be careful about how we define this adversary we face. I would recommend to you a book called “The True Believer” [Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements, by Eric Hoffer]. In that book, the author discusses the psychological causes of fanaticism. That’s what we’re dealing with in this fight: true believers. And there are sufficient numbers of them at this point that it will be really, really difficult to change their belief system.
      Defense One: Even after a decade of U.S. efforts to destroy al Qaeda?
      Flynn: I still think this is a growth market, simply because the places around the world that are really challenged in trying to take care of their societies and their people are growing. In one of my presentations, I show slides which note that as recently as 1900 there were only 16 cities in the world with a population of over 1 million people, all of them roughly in the northern hemisphere. By 2010 there were 442 cities worldwide with a population over 1 million, and that number is projected to grow to 700 megacities by 2050, with the vast majority in the southern hemisphere in places with weak governance and high unemployment. Some of these regions are stagnating from a sheer lack of talent to even stand up a government. That rapid urbanization will put an emphasis on military operations driven by intelligence and precision.
      Defense One: Do conflicts exacerbate that growing trend towards extremism and militancy?
      Flynn: Yes, we’re seeing that danger in the Syrian conflict. Some of the foreign fighters in Syria will go back to their own countries at some point, and they will not only have a voice, but they will have credibility with many young people. We’re already seeing that in the Middle East, in South Asia and in Africa. So we have to acknowledge that the operational environment is fundamentally changing. The threat is not just al Qaeda.
      Defense One: How do you see the threat continuing to evolve?
      Flynn: Extremist networks are proliferating around the world, and we’ll have to deal with them with all elements of our national power. In terms of U.S. military power that means the need for Special Operations Forces is growing, which everyone accepts. Special Operations Forces are kind of our “pre-conflict” military force, not only in terms of direct action types of operations, but also in working with partner nations and building partner capacity. And the DIA and the rest of the intelligence community have a huge role to play in empowering those Special Operations Forces in their pre-conflict and pre-crisis role, because we don’t want to veer towards outright conflict. The closer you get to open conflict, the higher the risk, the fewer the options and the greater the costs for the country.
      Defense One: In recent operations a U.S. team that reportedly included CIA and Special Forces members captured a senior al Qaeda operative in Libya, and the Special Forces commando raid in Somalia was preceded by FBI forensic analysis of the mall in Kenya where scores of civilians were murdered. Does that mean that the multiagency model of counterterrorism operations that you and former JSOC Commander General Stanley McChrystal pioneered with task forces in Iraq and Afghanistan will survive those wars?
      Flynn: Yes. The integration of the intelligence community with Special Forces and law enforcement is the new normal in counterterrorism operations. The big lesson we all took away from more than a decade of war is the necessity of close integration. We know that the sum of our collective parts is far greater if we work together, rather than stay in our little stovepipes competing with each other for that ‘golden nugget’ of intelligence. Beyond that interdependence, another big takeaway from these battlefields is the absolute necessity of fusing intelligence and operations into a seamless cycle where one constantly feeds the other. That was the only way we were able to get smarter and faster than an incredibly adaptive enemy.
      Defense One: When you were director of intelligence in Afghanistan in 2010 you wrote a famous paper suggesting that in chasing terrorists through the trees, as it were, the U.S. military and intelligence apparatus had essentially lost sight of the greater forest. Do you stand by that?
      Flynn: Yes. It goes back to General McChrystal’s recognition that this exquisite capability we developed for targeting individual terrorists and extremists was not really a war-winning capability. It can definitely buy you time and apply pressure on the enemy, and enable other progress. But after conducting two listening tours in Afghanistan it occurred to me that, God, after years of honing this ‘capture or kill’ capability, I know the enemy like the back of my hand, but I don’t know the larger operational environment in which he travels. Developing a war-winning strategy for the large-scale conflicts we just found ourselves involved in -- and will find ourselves involved in sometime in the future -- requires an understanding of the underlying forces, people and cultural dynamics. Which brings me to the number one lesson learned from the past decade of conflict: the lack of understanding of the operational environment led to a mismatch in the resources and capabilities that we applied to that environment. In some instances we applied kinetic force, for example, in an environment that didn’t respond well to it.
      Defense One: To better understand the operational environments in regions where the United States might become involved you’ve proposed increasing DIA’s human intelligence gathering capability with a Defense Clandestine Service. Are you surprised some people in Washington view that as a power grab at the CIA’s expense?
      Flynn: From the beginning that effort has been mischaracterized. The Defense Department has been involved in human intelligence collection forever, though in the 1990s some of that capability was eliminated and we found at the beginning of this war that we needed more. Almost everyone at the senior leadership and operational level also understands that we need more of that fingertip feel that only comes from having people who are willing and able to operate in those challenging environments, and some of them have to be military people who are responding to Defense Department and military priorities. 
      But somewhere in the middle management and staff level there are people in some agencies who just don’t like the idea. They’ve thrown out totally wrong numbers, saying we’re going to add thousands of new people who will encroach on the turf of national intelligence agencies. In actual fact, the Defense Clandestine Service will be tightly coordinated with our national human intelligence collection partners. Nor have I asked for an extra dime or a single extra person. All I have asked for is time to put discipline behind this initiative, and to build a cadre of leaders. Because my experiences of the past ten years suggest that we need to retool our human intelligence tradecraft.
      Defense One: Given what we know of the National Security Agency’s massive signals intelligence gathering as a result of the leaks of former contractor Edward Snowden, is there a danger that the human intelligence side of the equation has gotten shortchanged?
      Flynn: Well, I will just tell you that the best signals intelligence I have ever seen -- and I have seen an awful lot -- was enabled by human intelligence. The very best signals intelligence is usually the result of someone capable and brave enough to develop access that we otherwise would not have had. And that has led to a lot of successes.
      Defense One: With the Afghan war winding down and defense budgets being slashed, do you worry that some of the important lessons from this decade of conflict will be lost as bureaucracies reassert themselves in the inevitable fight for scarce resources?
      Flynn: I don’t worry about people in the field or forward-deployed military organizations forgetting those lessons. What I do worry about is Washington D.C., because bureaucracies in this town act in funny ways. There’s this tendency to view Washington as at “the center” of things, with everything else happening out there on “the edge.” But the edge is where really important things are happening, which means we need to change the mindset in Washington. Those people and organizations in the field should be seen as the center of gravity. We need to make them the centerpiece of everything we do.

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  1. Analysis: Is US-Iran détente for real? | Al Jazeera America

    Oct 5, 2013 - After decades of bad blood, a US-Iran nuclear deal is pragmatic — and now possible.

  2. Poisoning the US-Iran Detente | Consortiumnews

    Sep 29, 2013 - Israel, Saudi Arabia and other enemies of Iran hope to poison improvedU.S.-Iranian relations by blocking sanctions relief for Iran, even at the ...
  1. Israel and the Gulf Increasingly Nervous Over Iran-US Détente by ...

    Oct 17, 2013 - As hopeful, albeit vague, statements about talks in Geneva between Iranand the great powers continued to issue from the Swiss city Tuesday, ...

  2. Israelis, Saudis Just Getting Started in Opposing U.S.-Iran Detente

    Israelis, Saudis Just Getting Started in Opposing U.S.-Iran Detente By Mitchell Plitnick October 25, 2013 "Information Clearing House - The trick to finding an ...

  3. Time for Détente With Iran | Foreign Affairsétente-with-ira...

    If it hopes to tame Iran, the United States must rethink its strategy from the ground up.... talks, and its policy of containing Iran in favor of a new policy of détente.

  1. Why Arabs Fear a U.S.-Iran Détente -

    Oct 27, 2013 - Frustration grows over U.S. policy toward Syria, Egypt and Palestine, along with deep distrust of Tehran.
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Full of Sound and Fury: Unmasking Hassan Rouhani's True Intentions

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For all the hope expressed that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani may be a "moderate leader" and the antidote to his predecessor Mahmoud ...

Iranian president pushes to ban the 'Death to America' chant that is ...

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Making strides? Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has tried to re-establish ties between his country and the United States, and is now taking ...

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  1. Claim of Iran drug cartel link confounds US - › World

    Oct 14, 2011 - Claim of Iran drug cartel link confounds US ... IN Latin America &Caribbean ... More recently, Iran has made a diplomatic push into Latin America, conspicuously courting the friendship of Hugo Chávez, Venezuela's socialist ...

    1. Hezbollah in Latin America | Panoramas

      ... US Congress linking Lebanese Hezbollah to drug cartels in Latin America... The report finds that Hezbollah and Iranian agents are working with drug cartels ...

      1. Leaving Behind the “Axis of Unity”: The Future of Iranian-Latin ...

        Aug 5, 2013 - Rouhani's election will likely cause Iranian-Latin American relations to.... favor[s] expansion of relations with all countries, including the Latin Americanstates. ... Iranian influence in Latin America and the Caribbean is waning.

      2. Tehran's quest to expand its diplomatic frontiers in Latin America

        Mar 24, 2012 - Tehran's quest to expand its diplomatic frontiers in Latin America. by Lemi Tilahun ... Iran's involvement in Latin America is, without a doubt, widening and deepening. Many in the West, ... March 24, 2012. caribbeannewsnow.

China's influence in Latin America is increasing

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The trade volume and China's direct investment in Latin America ... contract to build a channel which will connect the Pacific with the Caribbean Sea. ... Latin America had to reduce its forecast for its economic growth from 3.5 ...

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  1. Iran gives Russia copy of US ScanEagle drone as proof of mass ... › News › World news › Iran

    Oct 21, 2013 - US spy drone given to prove Iran's forces have mass produced thedrone they claim to have captured a year ago.
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  1. The Revolutionary Guards' International Drug Trade*

    3 days ago - Summary. The Revolutionary Guards are significantly involved in the international drug trade, both directly and through proxies.

    The connection between Hizbollah and the Mexican drug cartels has provided the al-Quds Force with an effective operational and logistical platform for conducting subversive activity along the American border and on US territory, as well as in carrying out strategic acts of terrorism. The Mexican drug cartels operate a smuggling apparatus along the 3,000-kilometer-long Mexican-US border. They maintain organizational infrastructures and very loyal manpower from 250 American towns and cities, and their economic means and political influence are almost unlimited.41 These capabilities allow the cartels to bypass the security features along the border and move vast amounts of drugs, weapons, people, counterfeit goods, explosives, and the like into the United States. It is not inconceivable that, if asked to do so, the cartels would allow the drug smuggling infrastructures to serve Hizbollah agents at carrying out terrorist acts on behalf of al-Quds Force.42 According to US law enforcement and drug agencies, Hizbollah is already using the cartels’ smuggling apparatus to introduce weapons, agents, and money into the United States.43 
    Nevertheless, the al-Quds Force also wants to develop direct working relationships with major players in the Mexican drug market. An attempt to do precisely that was exposed in October 2011 when a plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to Washington came to light. Mansour Arbabsiar, an American citizen of Iranian extraction, was arrested by the FBI. The investigation revealed an attempt by al-Quds operatives to recruit the Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas44 to carry out strategic terrorist attacks against the United States45 and the Israeli and Saudi Arabian embassies, and to establish transportation routes to North America for Afghani heroin.46 According to senior American sources, these attempts were made at the bidding of the highest al-Quds echelons. As a result, Gen. Qasem Soleimani, the commanding officer of al-Quds Force, was placed on the American administration’s list of terrorists.47 James Clapper, the current Director of National Intelligence of the United States, concluded that the affair is evidence of Iran’s capacity to carry out an attack on American soil.48

    36. Hizbollah started operating in Latin America in its early years, in the mid- 1980s, when its operatives penetrated the Lebanese and Shiite communities in the border triangle where Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay meet (an area that, even now, is considered to be a type of a Wild West, where government influence is relatively weak). Over the years, Hizbollah agents built extensive infrastructures in Central and South America for training operatives, laundering money, and carrying out acts of terrorism. Western espionage agencies have concluded that in the last decade, some 450 Hizbollah agents have been active in Latin America, managing a widespread network of terrorist and criminal cells. John Rollins & Liana Sun Wyler, “Terrorism and Transnational Crime: Foreign Policy Issues for Congress,” Congressional Research Service, October 19, 2012, pp. 19-20. 

    40. Roger F. Noriega, “Hezbollah’s Strategic Shift: A Global Terrorist Threat,” Hearing Before the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, March 20, 2012, pp. 3-4, shift-a-global-terrorist-threat_134945797264.pdf

    US Department of the Treasury, “Treasury Targets Major Money Laundering Network Linked to Drug Trafficker Ayman Joumaa and a Key Hizballah Supporter in South America,” June 27, 2012, releases/Pages/tg1624.aspx

    44. One of the largest and strongest drug cartels in Mexico, Los Zetas is a violent and vicious organization established by former members of elite units of the Mexican army. The organization maintains widespread and proven links with Hizbollah. 

    48. James R. Clapper, Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, 2012, p. 5, http:// 

    49. Michael A. Braun, “Iran, Hezbollah and the Threat to the Homeland,” Hearing Before the House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security, March 21, 2012, p. 2. 

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  2. Report: Iran's Revolutionary Guard Funneling Drugs to the West ...

    Nov 18, 2011 - The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps [IRGC] is funneling billions of dollars of drugs to the West, according to respected London newspaper ...

  3. Revolutionary Guard 'running Iran drug trade' | The Australian

    Nov 18, 2011 - MEMBERS of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps have seized control ofdrug trafficking throughout the Islamic Republic, using the ...

  4. What the IRGC is Looking for in Iran's Pharmaceutical Drug Market ...

    Iran Briefing: The fact that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is heavily involved in the black market and smuggling is neither a new phenomenon.

  5. Iran's Cartel Strategy - War on the Rocks

    Aug 14, 2013 - In the Western hemisphere, traffic in illegal drugs to feed drug markets... In support of Iranian foreign policy, the IRGC acts as a flexible, ...

    Iran's Cartel Strategy


    On October 11, 2011, Iranian nationals Manssor Arbabsiar and Gholam Shakuri were indicted by the Southern District Court of New York for plotting to kill the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States, Adel al-Jubeir, by bombing a Washington D.C. restaurant.  The “Saudi Ambassador Plot,” which was initially disregarded by official Washington, was the first instance (that we know of) of Iranian use of Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCOs) to attack targets in the United States.
    That the Iranian security apparatus would stage such an attack in the nation’s capital in which scores of Americans would have been killed or wounded, and that they would attempt to use a TCO to make the hit, sounds audacious and irrational – like something out of a movie that ends very poorly for Iran.  But it should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with both the scope of Iran’s penetration of the Western hemisphere and its association with TCOs at every level. Understanding both the nature of this new combination, andAmerican weakness in dealing with it, requires some knowledge of TCOs, the security apparatus of the Iranian state, and their links.
    First, crime.  Since before the end of the Cold War, a “perfect storm” of technological, cultural and social changes around the globe dramatically altered the structure of the post-WWII state system.  Global connectivity, waves of migration and huge caches of arms released by the fall of the Soviet Union all combined to make borders porous and arms available to rootless – and often young – populations.  These factors, along with the information and communication technology revolution, enhanced the ability of criminal cartels and syndicates to undermine the rule of law not only in weaker states, but in traditionally stronger ones as well.  The governments of some states actually embraced illegal trade for their own purposes– either to make money, to use illegal means to undermine rivals, or both.  The result has been the growth of the “black” economy that some analysts project may amount to as much as a fifth of global GDP.  The result is startling.  As Moises Niam says in his pathbreaking 2005 book Illicit:
    Ultimately, it is the fabric of society that is at stake.  Global illicit trade is sinking entire industries while boosting others, ravaging countries and sparking booms, making and breaking political careers, destabilizing some countries while propping up others…International terrorism, the spread of horrific weapons, the empowerment of “rogue regimes.” The flare-up and persistence of regional wars and ethnic violence, the thread of environmental depredation, the stability of the world financial system, the fierce pressures and aspirations of international migration – all of these and more find their outlet, their manifestation and often their sustenance in global illicit trade.
    In the Western hemisphere, traffic in illegal drugs to feed drug markets principally (but not exclusively) in the United States has led to the rise of powerful drug trafficking rings commonly called “cartels,” first in Colombia, but now also in Mexico.  The Mexican TCOs, allied with cocaine producers in the Colombian jungles, have extensive distribution networks throughout Central America, the Caribbean and the United States.  They provide “retail” distribution to gangs like MS13, the 18th Street Gang or the Crips and Bloods in every major American city and many mid-size and small ones.  Despite strenuous efforts by the Mexican government, among others, the cartels are conducting what amounts to a successful insurgency in Mexico and Central America, weakening and in some cases supplanting local governments with campaigns of corruption and unrestrained brutality and violence.
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    Iran's elite Guard 'runs global crime network pushing heroin to West ...

    Nov 17, 2011 - Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps have seized control of drug trafficking throughout the Islamic Republic, The Times has learned.

  7. Revolutionary Guard 'running Iran drug trade' > New English Review

    Nov 17, 2011 - H/T Alan. MEMBERS of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps have seized control of drug trafficking throughout the Islamic Republic, using the ...

  8. IRGC Involved in International Drug Trafficking - amir farshad ebrahimi

    Jul 18, 2013 - An expert in IRGC affairs says, “There's no doubt that the IRGCand the country's military machines are involved in smuggling drugs to the West, ...

  9. Book Makes Case That Iran's Revolutionary Guard Threatens U.S. ... › National Defense › Archive › 2013

    The Revolutionary Guard is a “unique organization that plays several roles ... in such a ham-handed plot and that it would form an alliance with drug cartels.

  10. Iran's Revolutionary Guard: The Threat that Grows While America Sleeps
    Steven K. O'Hern - 2012 - ‎History
    Many years later the IRGC profit from drugs persisted as evidenced by the US. Treasury Department's sanction of Quds Force general Gholamreza Baghbani ...

  1. Iranian revolutionary guards deny death of officer was 'assassination'

    Oct 3, 2013 - Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) says it is investigating the death of an officer in a "horrific incident" involving an "attacker," but ...

    1. Iran's 'invisible army' in Latin America - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

      Sep 15, 2013 - For example, a recent headline on TheBlaze tabloid news site proclaimed: "Iran aggressively recruiting 'invisible army' of Latin American ...

    2. BBC News - Iran 'in Latin America terror plot' - Argentina prosecutor

      May 29, 2013 - An Argentine prosecutor accuses Iran of trying to infiltrate countries inLatin America to sponsor and carry out "terrorist activities".

    3. Iran's Presence is Multifaceted and Reaches Remote Places in Latin ...

      Oct 15, 2013 - The US government is underestimating the Iranian infiltration and growing influence among Latin American and their drug trafficking operations ...

    4. Iran Aggressively Recruiting 'Invisible Army' of Latin American ...

      Sep 3, 2013 - Iran's revolutionary guard is focused on Latin America and has ramped... Buck Sexton and more on TheBlaze Radio while you read the news?

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    1. Iran in Latin America: Threat or 'Axis of Annoyance'? | Wilson Center › Latin American Program

      Home » Latin American Program » Iran in Latin America: Threat or 'Axis of ... Iran's relations with Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Venezuela; the ...

    2. Iran after closer relations with Latinamerica, says new president ...

      Aug 5, 2013 - New Iranian President Hassan Rouhani met in Tehran on Sunday with Cuban Vice President Ricardo Cabrisas and said his country wanted to ...

    3. US and Iranian Strategic Competition: Latin America, Africa, and the ...

      Jul 9, 2013 - Strategic competition between the US and Iran in Latin America and ... of the most important figures in the Iranian-Latin America relationship.

    4. President Rouhani Lauds Iran-Latin America Close Relations

      Oct 19, 2013 - TEHRAN (Tasnim) – President Hassan Rouhani lauded Iran's closerelations with Latin American countries in a Saturday meeting with the new ...

    5. Iran Sending Latin American Students to Indoctrination Camps as ...

      Aug 14, 2013 - iran latin america relations 678 ... Iranian strategists reportedly view the region as receptive to the Islamic republic's ideology of radical Islam ...

    6. Leaving Behind the “Axis of Unity”: The Future of Iranian-Latin ...

      Aug 5, 2013 - Rouhani's election will likely cause Iranian-Latin American relations to again change course, as he appears more interested in increasing ...

    7. Iran's Latin America Inroads / ISN

      Many Latin America watchers expect the Brazil visit to represent the first ... By contrast, the Venezuelan-Iranian relationship dates back to the beginning of OPEC ...

      1. Iran in Latin America: State Department Ignores Allies | The Foundry ...

        Jul 5, 2013 - Iran in Latin America: State Department Ignores Allies ... in its reports to Congress if the U.S. is to have informed, effective foreign policy.

      2. The Growing Presence of Iran in Latin America | The Foundry ...

        Jul 18, 2013 - Ilan Berman, vice president of the American Foreign Policy Council, ... So altogether, Iran's allies and continual push into Latin America has ...

      3. PressTV - Iran strategic ally of Latin America: Bolivian ambassador › Iran › Politics

        Sep 14, 2013 - Commenting on Iran-Bolivia relations, the envoy praised the ties, saying the two countries have common policies. Major Latin American nations ...

      4. Iran Influence in Latin America Waning, U.S. Report Says - Bloomberg

        Jun 26, 2013 - Iran isn't actively supporting terrorist cells in Latin America and its ...efforts, a strong sanctions policy, and Iran's poor management of its foreign ...

      5. RealClearWorld - Iran's Latin America Strategy

        Jun 27, 2013 - Argentina is also an important strategic addition to Iran's Latin America policy. Iran's booming relations with the Bolivarian republics - Bolivia, ...

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    1. IranVenezuela relations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      The presidents of Venezuela and Iran, President Hugo Chavez and President .... Iranand Venezuela are united to establish a new world order based on ...

    2. IranVenezuela leaders seek 'new world order' | JPost | Israel News

      Oct 20, 2010 - Chavez in Teheran says US is "on the verge of collapse" as he pledges friendship to Ahmadinejad in an effort to end "imperialism."

    3. IranVenezuela Promise "New World Order" - CBS News

      Oct 21, 2010 - Hugo Chavez Visits Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Iran; Leaders Tout "Strategic Alliance" to End U.S. "Imperialism"

    4. IranVenezuela urge for new world order › Home › World

      Oct 21, 2010 - TEHRAN, Oct. 21 (Xinhua) -- Iran and Venezuela urged for new globalorder whereby changes could be brought about to the world, the official ...

    5. IranVenezuela leaders seek “new world order” -

      Oct 20, 2010 - Ahmadinejad and Chavez promote a "strategic alliance" with oil agreements, joint shipping venture.

    6. US foes seek 'new world order' - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

      Oct 21, 2010 - Venezuela and Iran have denounced US imperialism and called for a "new world order", saying they are united in trying to eliminate western ...

    7. IranVenezuela leaders seek 'new world order' - Your Houston News

      TEHRAN, Iran — The leaders of Iran and Venezuela hailed what they called their strong strategic relationship on Wednesday, saying they are united in efforts to ...
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    9. russia, iran and venezuela call for "new world order" | 911blogger ...

      Oct 27, 2010 - "Iran and Venezuela are united to establish a new world order based on humanity and justice," Ahmadinejad said during their joint appearance ...

      Russia, Iran And Venezuela Call For "New World Order"

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      Medvedev and Chávez unveil deal for ‘a new world order’
      by Marcus Papadopoulos
      Friday, October 22nd, 2010
      Russia and Venezuela are strategic partners and stand for the building of a new world order, Russian President Dmitri Medvedev announced during a two-day visit to Moscow by Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez.
      After the conclusion of talks, Mr Medvedev said: “Russia and Venezuela have a strategic partnership – we are close friends.” He noted that Moscow and Caracas stand for “forming a modern and fair world.”
      Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the visiting Hugo Chavez joined forces yesterday in slamming US “imperialism” and seeking “a new world order,” al-Jazeera reports.
      “We are united and determined to end the current unjust which dominates the world and replace it with a new world order based on justice,” the Iranian president said. The men called their union a “strategic alliance.”
      Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Promise "New World Order"
      By Kyle Munzenrieder, Thu., Oct. 21 2010
      "Iran and Venezuela are united to establish a new world order based on humanity and justice," Ahmadinejad said during their joint appearance on Tuesday.
      Editorial: Chavez hopes to lead 'new world order'
      by Dale McFeatters on Thu, 10/21/2010
      In Tehran, Chavez , who is on a seven-nation tour, said the two countries were united, and indeed have formed a "strategic alliance," to build "a new world order" to end the dominance of the U.S. and the West in global affairs. Ahmadinejad helpfully added that the U.S. and other Western nations were already "on the verge of collapse." 

    10. Iran's Ahmadinejad & Venezuela's Chavez to start THEIR OWN ...

      Oct 21, 2010 - Uploaded by LaPuertorra69
      Iran and Venezuela are united to establish a New World Orderbased on "Humanity" and "Justice ...

    11. IranVenezuela Leaders Seek 'New World Order'

      IranVenezuela Leaders Seek 'New World Order'. Globalism; Posted on: 2010-10-20 15:34:00 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]. A time of "great threats"
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    1. Iran Shipping Missiles To Chavez That Can Hit US: Screwed! Dick ...

      May 17, 2012 - It dosen't surprise me to hear that Iran and Venezuela would form a relationship ... of our society, he fails to recognize reality and human nature.

    2. U.S. knocks down report of IranVenezuela missile base -

      May 21, 2011 - The United States and Venezuela don't agree on many foreign policy issues, but both countries say a newspaper report claiming that Iran is ...

    3. iranian missiles can reach the u.s.a from venezuelan ... - BWCentral › A WORLDWIDE MARXIST REVOLUTION

      Jan 7, 2013 - These military contingents are operating in v..., the Iranian missile base is ... Iran Placing Medium-Range Missiles in Venezuela; Can Reach the U.S. ....AMERICA DENIES REALITY · A LESSON ABOUT OBAMA FROM A ...

    4. Is this a second missile crisis? Iran to build mid-range rocket bases ...

      May 17, 2011 - The situation between Iran and Venezuela has evoked memories of the.... love of lofty heights in heels; Growing up: Reality star Millie Stanley, ...

    5. Opinion: Iran is Building a Secret Missile Installation in Venezuela ...

      May 17, 2011 - In November of last year, the German daily Die Welt reported that a secret agreement between the Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez, and ...

    6. Reaganite: Iran Moving Ahead on Venezuelan Missile Bases that ...

      May 17, 2011 - Jointly operated but with Iranian missile officers at the controls, the deal allows for "emergency" use by Venezuela... which in reality means ...

    7. Iran Arrests 30 US Spies As It Builds Venezuelan Missile Base

      May 21, 2011 - In cooperation with its Venezuelan partners, Iran also intends to build... the reality is that the Iranian long-range ballistic missiles Shahab 5 and ...

    8. Stackelbeck: Iranian regime building missile bases off coast of ...

      Apr 24, 2012
      GLENN: Give me the tie with Iran and the missiles of a Cuban ...missiles bases in an island off the coast ...

    9. Right Truth: Venezuela

      Apr 26, 2013 - It's time to wake up: There's an Iranian missile base in Venezuela; The..... In all honesty, the people of Venezuela need to face the cruel reality ...

    10. Iran Install Medium Range Ballistic Missiles in Venezuela That Can ...

      Dec 24, 2010 - Uploaded by jairondiaz
      According to Die Welt, Venezuela has agreed to allow Iran to establish a military base manned by Iranian ...

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    1. Iron Triangle of Terror: Iran, Hezbollah, and Los Zetas? | Analysis ...

      Intelligence Analysis. Smart open ... The Shiite organization receives funding from Iranand engaged in a proxy war with Israel in 2005. ... They are considered to be the “most dangerous drug cartel” and the second most powerful in Mexico.

    2. Iran Aggressively Recruiting 'Invisible Army' of Latin American ...

      Sep 3, 2013 - In the past, “U.S. intelligence focused on Iran's relationship with ...number of resources to recruiting and converting people in Mexico, who have ...

    3. Iran Murder Plot, Mexican Drug Cartels and US Intelligence Agencies

      Oct 22, 2011 - A rather bizarre episode (since the alleged Iranian agent, is a more frequent visitor of whiskey bottles than mosques), which could have very ...

    4. Alarm Grows in Congress, US Intelligence, Over Iran's Latin America ...

      Dec 15, 2011 - Alarm Grows in Congress, U.S. Intelligence, Over Iran's Latin ... began meeting with Iran's and Venezuela's ambassadors in Mexico, and ...

    5. The Global Intelligence Files - [OS] US/IRAN/MEXICO/KSA/CT- The ...

      Oct 12, 2012 - members of Iran's Quds Force to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the U.S. using the hired muscle of Mexican drug traffickers. Then on

    6. Iran building secret army in Latin America? - WorldNetDaily

      Aug 5, 2013 - Iran is building an “extensive intelligence and terrorist network” in Latin.... Latin America and sneaking across the porous U.S.-Mexico border.

    7. Latest Intelligence Assessment: Iran Poised to Target U.S. ...

      Jan 31, 2012 - Latest Intelligence Assessment: Iran Poised to Target U.S. Homeland... in Washington with hired assassins from a Mexican drug cartel.

      Latest Intelligence Assessment: Iran Poised to Target U.S. Homeland

      Appearing before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on January 31, Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James R. Clapper warned that the “2011 plot to assassinate the Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. shows that some Iranian officials—probably including Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei—have changed their calculus and are now more willing to conduct an attack in the U.S. in response to real or perceived U.S. actions that threaten the regime.”
      In October, U.S. officials accused Iran of plotting to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington with hired assassins from a Mexican drug cartel. The Obama Administration said the plot was devised by an Iranian-American with ties to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. It was foiled when the Iranian-American mistakenly hired a paid Drug Enforcement Administration informant to kill the Saudi Ambassador by bombing his favorite restaurant in Washington. Iranian officials have denied any role in the plot. Despite a long record of instances in which Iran’s top leaders have ordered crude terrorist attacks by surrogate groups, some in Washington continue to gloss over the plot as a “rogue operation.” But there should be no doubt that Iran’s Revolutionary Guards operate directly under the command of Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
      As The Washington Post noted, Clapper’s reference to Khamenei on January 31 marks the first time U.S. officials have mentioned Iran’s Supreme Leader in connection with the plot, signaling new belief that the alleged willingness to authorize such attacks comes directly from the top. Clapper concluded that the U.S. could expect continued uncertainty regarding Iran’s willingness to sponsor future attacks in the United States or against our interests abroad.
      The DNI’s assessment underscores the ongoing need for serious U.S. attention to the Iranian threat in the Americas and the potential linkage between Mexican criminal organizations, anti-American regimes such as that of Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, and the masterminds of Islamist terror. DNI Clapper noted: “multiplicity and interconnectedness of potential threats—and the actors behind them…constitute our biggest [security] challenge.”
      Heightened attention to Iran follows Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s January 2012visits to Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba, and Ecuador and mounting tension over sanctions to stop Iranian nuclear proliferation and control of the vital Strait of Hormuz. Iranian terror operations on U.S. soil and in the Americas were the topic of congressional hearings in October and the subject of former Assistant Secretary of State for Latin America Roger Noriega’s perceptive and chilling review of Iranian maneuvering in the Americas in the latest issue of Commentary.
      The DNI’s assessment also adds ammunition to the argument that the U.S. needs both a comprehensive report on and strategy for dealing with Iranian penetration into the Americas as proposed in the Countering Iran in the Western Hemisphere Act of 2012.
      But most of all, the DNI’s assessment throws a spotlight on a long-neglected aspect of Iran’s hostile foreign policy: its extensive reliance on terrorism to advance its ideological agenda. Since the 1979 revolution, Iran’s leaders have used terrorism to defeat their internal rivals, consolidate power, advance the regime’s foreign policy goals, intimidate smaller countries, and support their campaign to expel western influence from the Middle East. The revolutionary Shia Islamist regime in Tehran sees itself as the leader of an Islamist awakening that is roiling the Middle East, and it poses as the champion of the Islamic world against the West, particularly the United States.
      Iran has worked through a wide variety of terrorist groups, particularly the Lebanese Shia Islamist extremist Hezbollah, which Tehran created, trained, financed, armed, and directed. Iranian Revolutionary Guards worked closely with Hezbollah to perpetrate the October 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, which killed 241 Americans and helped pushed the Multinational Force peacekeepers out of Lebanon. Hezbollah also was involved in the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut that killed 63 people, including 17 Americans; the kidnapping of scores of American and western citizens who were held hostage in Lebanon; and the 1985 hijacking of TWA Flight 847 in Lebanon, which resulted in the murder of a U.S. Navy diver, Robert Stethem.
      Iran also has longstanding shadowy links to al-Qaeda. Seth Jones, writing in Foreign Affairs, noted earlier this week that “Perhaps more disturbing, Iran appears willing to expand its limited relationship with al-Qaeda.” While Osama bin Laden’s terrorist network has been hammered in a global war of attrition against its cadres in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and Yemen, Tehran has given refuge to many important al-Qaeda leaders. Although Iran sometimes claims that it has kept the terrorists under house arrest, they periodically have been able to support terrorist operations in other countries and Iran allowed many to go free in 2009 and 2010, including some members of bin Laden’s family.
      The 9/11 Commission, which recommended that further investigation was needed to examine Iran’s ties to al-Qaeda, concluded that al-Qaeda may have assisted Iran in carrying out the June 1996 bombing that killed 19 U.S. Air Force personnel at the Khobar Towers residential complex in Saudi Arabia. The 9/11 Commission Report stated on page 60 that:
      The operation was carried out principally, perhaps exclusively, by Saudi Hezbollah, an organization that had received support from the government of Iran. While the evidence of Iranian involvement is strong, there are also signs that al Qaeda played some role, as yet unknown.
      Al-Qaeda’s facilitator within Iran initially was the Quds Force, the elite special forces unit within the Revolutionary Guards that serves as the spearhead of Iran’s Islamist revolution and functions as a liaison with foreign revolutionaries and terrorist groups. The Quds Force, whichsupports attacks against American personnel in Afghanistan and Iraq, reportedly was also involved in the plot to assassinate the Saudi Ambassador in Washington.
      This was not the first time that Iran has plotted a terrorist attack in Washington. The regime previously ordered the assassination of Iranian opposition leader Ali Akbar Tabatabai in Bethesda, Maryland, in July 1980 at a time of high tensions between Iran and the United States over the hostage crisis. Iran’s stooge in that operation was David Belfield, an American Muslim convert who formerly worked as a security guard at the Iranian Interest Section in the Algerian Embassy. Belfield fled to Iran and lives there today as a pampered guest of the Iranian government.
      Now that tensions are rising again with Washington, it looks like Tehran is falling back on old habits.

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    Nov 24, 2012
    Drug cartels descend on Puerto Rico ... involves drug cartels , who are increasingly turning their ...

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  1. NPR: Mexican Drug Cartels In The U.S.

    40+ items - The presence of Mexican drug cartels in U.S. cities is ...
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  2. Video - Drug Bust at Puerto Rican Airport Last June is an Indicator of ...

    Mar 2, 2013
    As the U.S. focuses on Mexican drug cartelsPuerto Rico is grappling with a growing drug trafficking problem ...

  3. Puerto Rico: A forgotten front in America's drug war? -

    Jun 10, 2012 - Officials blame drug trafficking for more than 70% of Puerto Rico's ... is no less serious than drug cartels operating across the Mexican border.".

  4. Mexican drug cartels reportedly dispatching agents deep inside US ...

    Apr 1, 2013 - CHICAGO – Mexican drug cartels whose operatives once rarely ventured beyond the U.S. border are dispatching some of their most trusted ...

  5. Puerto Rico Cracks Down on Rising Drug Trade - AOL On

    Mar 2, 2013
    As the U.S. focuses on Mexican drug cartelsPuerto Rico is grappling with a growing drug trafficking problem ...
  6. Mexican Drug Cartels | Public Intelligence

    Jul 30, 2013 - You are browsing the archive for Mexican Drug Cartels.... Money launderers for ruthless Mexican drug gangs have long had a formidable ally: ...

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    That was during the heyday of the Colombian cartels and so-called "Cocaine ...Highlighting Puerto Rico's role as a magnet for the drug trade, federal ... <em>Caption: This photo released by Mexico's Navy on Tuesday, Oct. 9, ...

    1. 18 Accused Drug Traffickers Arrested in Puerto Rico | Mexican Drug ...

      by Doc
      Oct 5, 2013 - ... Rico on Tuesday arrested 18 people who were allegedly part of a powerful drug trafficking organization. The FBI's spokesman in Puerto Rico, Moises Quiñones, confirmed the arrests of the group, the members of which imported large quantities of cocaine, distributed the drug on the Caribbean… ... Mexican Drug Cartels, Violence and Drug Trafficking across the US-Mexico Border. The focus of this website is our border with Mexico, violence in Mexico, terrorism crossing our borders, ...

      1. Gunman in clown suit kills senior Mexican drug cartel member ...

        by WTFNEWS
        Oct 22, 2013 - Led by a large family of brothers and sisters, the Tijuana Cartel was one of the most powerful drug gangs in Mexico until it was gradually weakened by the capture or killing of several its leading members during the previous decade. Arellano ...

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          by Michael Collins
          Oct 16, 2013 - California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris' office said the Vagos gang was a transnational criminal organization operating in the U.S., MexicoPuerto Rico, Canada, Germany and New Zealand. The threat of unaccounted for rocket launchers floating around isn't just a danger on this ... Mexican marines busted nine alleged drug cartel members in Coahihuila last November and the haul was substantial. Heaps of guns, pot, cocaine, meth and cash were displayed under heavy guard.


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  1. Undertaker Theme (11th) Unholy Alliance (†Pure & Natural†) - YouTube

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    Unholy Alliance --- 11th Track from Chronicles Of Darkness CD1 Post the year and i will add this to the ...

  2. The Undertaker Unholy Alliance Era Vol. 10 (1/2) HD - YouTube

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  3. An Unholy Alliance - YouTube

    This 1996 documentary examines the CIA's connection to the global drug trade, with a focus on opi...

  4. WWF 1999 Unholy Alliance Theme - YouTube

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    The Music for the Unholy Alliance, the team of the Undertaker and the Big Show. Sorry the image is not the ...

  5. Slayer (Full Concert) - Unholy Alliance DVD Complete - YouTube

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    Quan Chi and Shang Tsung form an Unholy Alliance instead of a Deadly one, which is far less effective, even ...

  7. Slayer / Unholy alliance (full) - YouTube

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  8. An unholy alliance – Fake Anti-Virus, meet Bogus Support Call! | Naked Security - Sophos

    May 11, 2013
    What happens when a scammer decides to marry fake anti-virus and bogus support calls? Paul Ducklin has a bit ...

  9. Scorpions - Unholy Alliance - YouTube

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    First publish of this song on YouTube. Since this song wasn't out here, I made one myself. A GREAT song with ...

  10. Unholy Alliances -- part1 Israel did 911 - YouTube

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    This video represents the first of a series on the Unholy Alliancesthat are now -- and long have been ...

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