BREAKING! WIKILEAKS Releases Proof That Obama’s CIA Interfered In Frances’ 2012 Election

BREAKING BOMBSHELL! All of the major political parties in France were targeted by Obama’s CIA with both human and electronic spies for the 7 months leading up to their 2012 Presidential election.

In a document released by WikiLeaks today, the parties targeted and the goal of the operation are outlined in detail.

Via WikiLeaks:

Specific tasking concerning his party included obtaining the “Strategic Election Plans” of the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP); schisms or alliances developing in the UMP elite; private UMP reactions to Sarkozy’s campaign strategies; discussions within the UMP on any “perceived vulnerabilities to maintaining power” after the election; efforts to change the party’s ideological mission; and discussions about Sarkozy’s support for the UMP and “the value he places on the continuation of the party’s dominance”.

The targets specifically named in the document are:  the French Socialist Party (PS), the National Front (FN) and Union for a Popular Movement (UMP), current President Francois Hollande, then President Nicolas Sarkozy, current round one presidential front-runner Marine Le Pen, and former presidential candidates Martine Aubry and Dominique Strauss-Khan.

The CIA required that it’s agents specifically discover Sarkozy’s private opinions “on other candidates” along with how he worked with his personal advisors.

The CIA seemed to have two prevailing goals according to WikiLeaks: What policies do they promote to help boost France’s economic growth prospects, and what are their opinions on the German model of export-led growth.  This resonates with a U.S. economic espionage order from the same year which required someone obtaining every prospective French export contract or deal valued at $200m or more.

This travesty is another example of how our intelligence community ran amok during the Obama administration.


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