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The man who assassinated Kazai’s brother was a CIA informant

July 16, 2011

   Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai’s brother was assassinated by his own personal bodyguard late last week in what was considered a major victory for the Taliban. We are now beginning to learn a few details about the assassin–Sardar Mohammad–which I find to be quite interesting.

  Sardar Mohammad was working with the British government  and was considered to be a top CIA informant before he was supposedly recruited by the Taliban to undertake this assassination. It seems a little odd to me that a trusted CIA informant would suddenly decide to “change teams” and kill the man he had been protected after simply being contacted by the Taliban.

  What an unbelievable coincidence! Either the CIA was incompetent or they were involved, and I think it was the latter. Forgive me for being so skeptical, perhaps if it wasn’t for the fact that the US government purposely gave weapons to drug lords in both Mexico and Honduras I wouldn’t be, but maybe, just maybe, the administration was duplicitous in this assassination. With Operation Gunrunner and Operation Castaway coming to light there is no longer anyway we can take our government at its word. The federal government supplied weapons to people who are trying to hurt American citizens so how are we supposed to believe that the government was not involved in this killing in any way?

  Coupled with Operation Gunrunner and Operation Castaway comes the news last week that the United States was opening up negotiations with the Taliban, and it seems to be just a little too much of a coincidence that the assassination took place so soon after the talks began.

The Obama Administration has entered into direct, secret talks with senior Afghan Taliban leaders, several people briefed about the talks told me last week. The discussions are continuing; they are of an exploratory nature and do not yet amount to a peace negotiation

  The Obama regime opens up talks with the Taliban last week, and this week a man with whom the CIA had a trusted relationship kills the Afghani president’s brother? It is a sad state of affairs when one cannot trust his government to the point where a story such as this raises suspicion but the fact is that is where we are with the current regime. Barack Obama has a fleeting relationship with the truth, he has lost all credibility, and because of this we simply can no longer believe anything that comes out of his mouth–or from his propaganda machine.

  I honestly hope that I am going off the deep end here; I hope that I am wrong in this, and I hope that this is nothing more than a strange coincidence, and I hope that the CIA was merely incompetent–not that that would be much more reassuring. But the fact is I cannot say beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Obama regime did not play a role in this assassination, and Barack Obama has nobody to blame but himself because he has had trouble in the past with the truth.

14 Comments leave one →
  1. stinkprogress permalink
    July 16, 2011 8:51 pm

    Remember the trusted informant that blew himself up along with 7 CIA agents in afganastan last year sometime? I agree this administration is not to be trusted, but not sure on this one and Im not sure this is a bad loss, Karzis bro was a corrupt dirtbag….i do remember a similar assasination 2 days before 911 …Is this precurser to something big?


    • July 16, 2011 9:02 pm

      I am not bemoaning the loss, but I think there is more to this story than we are being told. And let us not forget those Russian spies that Obama returned so quickly!


      • stinkprogress permalink
        July 17, 2011 5:33 am

        yes the 10 russian spies once again crickets from the msm,,,,,,


  2. Otis P. Driftwood permalink
    July 16, 2011 9:10 pm

    There is a LOT more to this story than being told. And I say that without knowing much about it. It fits right in with everything else that has come to light about this regime in the past few months. There is a definite pattern here. God knows what all will come to light in the time remaining leading up to obama’s ouster (Nov 6, 2012). Where is the MSM on this? Doing the usual – heeding the orders of their master.


    • July 17, 2011 7:29 am

      On the surface it certainly seems strange, I have a feeling the MSM won’t even mention this little connection.


  3. July 16, 2011 9:23 pm

    Sardar had zero chance of coming out of this alive. My guess is he was either a martyr or the Taliban were threatening to kill a family member. That’s pure speculation on my part..


    • July 17, 2011 7:31 am

      All we have is speculation at this point, but this news that the CIA knew the assassin has me speculating that there was more to this story. And we will never find out what it was.


  4. toldya permalink
    July 17, 2011 6:13 am

    Perhaps a little nudge to destabilize an already faltering government? That would be an excuse to leave more US troops or even ramp up operations. More speculation but if you look through history (and Obama’s record on starting conflicts) when we’re experiencing bad economic times, we usually become engaged in conflict. War is money and the military industrial complex (which we’ve been warned about in the past) needs to be fed.
    Don’t misinterpret this statement. I support our troops. I despise the puppet masters/ war mongers. Our military is for defense not regime changing/ nation building.


    • July 18, 2011 5:43 am

      Interesting, although I don’t think Obama can afford to ramp up in Afghanistan this close to the election. He would lose his base. Maybe an excuse for not being able to draw down more trrops before the election.


  5. bunkerville permalink
    July 17, 2011 4:18 pm

    Perhaps in the haste to cozy up to the Taliban, Karzia’s CIA relative was revealed. How many informants died over the killing of Osama? Who knows, but I dont trust our government one bit.


    • July 18, 2011 5:44 am

      That is another possibility, all I know is this story is going to go away and we will never know.


  6. July 18, 2011 12:14 am

    I don’t know what to make of this story. Neither Karzai or his brother has any sympathy from me. Could just be thugs being thugs.


    • July 18, 2011 5:44 am

      I certainly am not crying over this news, maybe this is just the way it works over there and always will work over there.


  7. July 18, 2011 12:22 pm

    The water that this Administration bathes in is just getting murkier and murkier…

    We’ll never know the motives behind this, as I’m beginning to believe in re to Guns for Nuthin’…

    Aloha From Sunny South Florida.


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