Trump Administration Intel – White Hats Confer With Reform Agents Within Political Islam…

To understand the activity within any intelligence action any observer must do two things:

  • #1 You must stay elevated. If you try to get into the weeds you will be lost because your insight will be lacking specificity briefs.
  • #2 You must always reflect upon the recent historic context of the engagement you are observing. Including, most importantly, the engagements of the parties therein.

The recent example of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director Mike Pompeo traveling to Saudi Arabia last weekend, at the request of President Donald Trump, to personally present Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Nayef with an award named after former CIA director George Tenet, is an example of the need for this approach.


If you want to understand what’s going on, you must understand the recent relationship of the parties.  It begins with understanding modern political Islam.

Within “political Islam” there are various factions. However, again with the intent to remain elevated, let us just approach two larger congregations as: “Authentic supporters” and “Reform Agents”.

sisi and abdullah iitrump-el-sisi

The modern extremist elements fall under the category of “Authentic Supporters” or Salafists (politically, The Muslim Brotherhood).   The “Reform Agents” are represented by people like Egypt’s Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Jordan’s King Abdullah III.

Within “Political Islam” these two elements (Authentic -vs- Reform) are fighting for the heart, soul, intellect and -in larger measures- the future of Islam in a modern world.

All the various Muslim factions fall along a continuum of authenticity to the principles of Islam. The more authentic the expression, the more violent and confrontational the group. The more moderate the expression, the reformers, the less violent… etc.

Over the course of the past decade each political side has surged and/or retreated during the larger struggle for the heart of those who adhere to the Muslim faith. The so-called “Arab Spring” was a surge of the Authentic group, and was empowered/emboldened by the foreign policy activity of exterior nations. In particular, the ideological sympathy of former President Barack Obama.

In the face of the growth of the various Authentic expressions, the Reform elements were in a retreating position attempting to contain the internal damage being carried out by the extremist groups. Reformers and more moderate voices were simply trying to hold on to the construct of a civil society amid the growing crisis created by emotional demands of extremists requiring adherence to Sharia, the authentic political law of Islam.

On January 19th 2015, three days before Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz died from a lung infection, Egypt’s President Fattah al-Sisi was urgently summoned to met with him.

It was only a few weeks earlier (New Years Day 2015) when al-Sisi delivered an impassioned speech to a scholarly audience in Al-Azhar University in Cairo comprised of Islam’s most important religious leaders.

As the most notable and visible reformer (<- important link) President Fattah al-Sisi made the case for “a religious revolution in Islam that would displace violent jihad from the center of Muslim discourse“:

“The corpus of texts and ideas that we have made sacred over the years, to the point that departing from them has become almost impossible, is antagonizing the entire world. You cannot feel it if you remain trapped within this mindset. You must step outside yourselves and reflect on it from a more enlightened perspective.” –LINK

el-sisi in SaudiPresident al-Sisi’s visit to Saudi Arabia to visit with King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz was a meeting specifically requested by an aging 90-year-old Saudi King to recognize Sisi for his courage and leadership.

King Abdulaziz was intent on honoring his friend.

Saudi Arabia had been coping with the same internal conflict as all other Muslim nations who were caught between the internal struggle.

President Sisi left Saudi Arabia with the full support of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, and upon his death a few days later the new Saudi King Salman; who  honored Sisi in a similar fashion as did his brother.

With the support of Saudi Arabia, the demands of al-Sisi to remove the extremism of the Muslim Brotherhood gained traction. The Gulf States finally, and collectively, pressured Qatar to stop aiding/financing extremism.

Under pressure Qatar conceded and expelled The Brotherhood along with the five leading voices of leadership within the Muslim Brotherhood. Recep Erdogan gave them refuge in Turkey.

This was the origin of the turning tide, when the Reform Agents began to stabilize and reassert their politics and internal domestic economies – the underlying wedge issue used by The Brotherhood to stir turmoil.

Unstable Yemen is to Saudi Arabia -> as unstable Libya is to Egypt -> as unstable Syria is to Jordan… and so it goes.

Each unstable nation being stirred by the extremist voices of various agents operating under the umbrella of the destabilizing politics expressed by The Muslim Brotherhood.

Remove the destabilizing agents and the Reformers believe they will be able to stop the extremists. This is the longer-term objective of those within the fight inside political Islam.

Now look again at the nations of Trump’s visa restrictions and you’ll note the presence of the destabilizing agents: Libya, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Iran [and Sudan, Somalia].

This is the necessary backdrop to understand events as they unfold and relate to President Donald Trump and his own foreign policy objectives and engagements.

It is not accidental that newly appointed CIA Director Mike Pompeo traveled to meet with Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Muhammad bin Nayef, after a phone call between Saudi King Salman and President Trump took place.


Director Pompeo’s visit was to recognize the efforts of Saudi Arabia in the larger fight against Islamic extremism/terrorism.  However, based on internal consumption, Pompeo could not be seen publicly in this regard with King Salman himself.  The visible face of Saudi Reform is the crown prince.

  • Jan 20th – President Trump takes office.
  • Jan 26th – President Trump has a phone call with King Salman
  • Jan 26th – On the same day, State Dept. Nominee Rex Tillerson visits State Dept. HQ and the media report on the resignation of many existing State Department personnel.
  • Feb 1st – Secretary Rex Tillerson is confirmed by the Senate.
  • Feb 2nd – The three Muslim Awan brothers are terminated amid accusations they accessed congressional intelligence committee computers without permission.
  • Feb 8th – FOX reports administration considering labeling The Muslim Brotherhood as an official terrorist organization.
  • Feb 11th – CIA Director Pompeo travels to Saudi Arabia to deliver thanks.

By all appearances it seems the Trump administration was given a head’s up of sorts as to specific [Muslim Brotherhood] agents within the U.S. State Department. And also with key Democrat staffers, in highly sensitive intelligence positions, amid Congress.


To wit, Egyptian media announce that Fattah el-Sisi will be traveling to Washington DC to meet with President Trump:

[…]  Informed sources said that the presidency is currently coordinating with the US to arrange a visit next month. The sources referred to the visit as the first official one for an Egyptian president to Washington since 2009, as the last visit since then was paid by former President Hosni Mubarak.

Meanwhile, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu will leave Washington next Monday going back to Tel Aviv. Israeli TV reported on Sunday that Netanyahu is planning to form the ‘Israeli-Saudi-Egyptian’ axis.  (read more)

It is ironic, but not coincidental, that no official Egyptian delegation has visited the United States since President Obama traveled to Cairo and started “The Islamist Spring” which led to the uprising of the Muslim Brotherhood extremism in Egypt.


Irony, because now the Trump administration is facing the internal extremist purging of the Muslim Brotherhood embeds remaining within the U.S. government leftover from President Obama’s aftermath…. and now, President Fattah el-Sisi, the destroyer of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt comes to officially visit President Trump in Washington.

I hope everyone can clearly see what’s going on in the bigger picture.

After eight years of Obama’s intense political embedding of extremist sympathy in every aspect of governance, and culture – President Trump is now tasked with removing it, all of it; and finding allies amid those who have already mounted the same effort.


It is also important to remember the political enterprise of The Muslim Brotherhood not only employs congressional staffers, but also has key connections to elected officials within both parties.   Representative Adam Kinzinger and John McCain are two of the more obvious sympathizers on the right side of the UniParty.

Again, reference the seven states of turmoil/concern and you’ll notice a pattern:

Senator John McCain and Senator John Kerry in Cairo, Egypt – 2011

John McCain and John Kerry in Cairo on Sunday - Egypt Stock Exchange

What came next?…  The installation of the Muslim Brotherhood:

Morsi Kerry

Senator John McCain and Ambassador Christopher Stephens, Benghazi Libya 2012

Western Media / Libyan Propaganda (Disturbing Video Refutes State Dept)

What came next?…. The rise of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood

Western Media / Libyan Propaganda (Disturbing Video Refutes State Dept)

Senator John McCain travels to Syria in 2013

John McCain ISIS

What came next?  Yup, you guessed it – Muslim Brotherhood (via ISIS)

Isis soldiers in Syria

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179 Responses to Trump Administration Intel – White Hats Confer With Reform Agents Within Political Islam…

  1. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    Whatever we do we ignore the truth of islam to our peril.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. miketrivi says:

    No muslim has ever bargained in good faith with a non-muslim. Ever.

    Nice participation trophy, though.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Rejuvenated says:

    Here’s a thought: why can’t Egypt, or any other countries directly affected for that matter, go after McCain and all his roach pals for war crimes, attempts to overthrow governments or any other criminal actions that might stick? President Trump could stay far removed as a matter of not interfering in the legal process. In fact, while under investigation I would think it would only be appropriate for the accused to give up their positions until they are cleared or convicted. I would also think al-Sisi would be very happy to oblige…

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rejuvenated says:

      Never mind- apparently the US declared its intentions not to ratify its membership with the Rome Statute (ICC) shortly after going to war with Iraq after 9/11. All the countries McCain has meddled with are non-members as well. They certainly cover their tracks ☹️


  4. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    McCain should just admit that he’s a Democrat at heart and join the socialist Party.
    Well, that or retire gracefully.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. eric says:

    Foggy Bottom is not only Swampous…its Treasonous.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. pyromancer76 says:

    You might also want to notice the reality of nation states and their powers within the current world. This is called Reaity. The U.S. is not omnipotent, to our chagrin. Our national policy needs to make alliances wherever our strength, security, and the personal safety of our citizens requires. We also need to make alliances that buffalo the globalists. Rise above the swamp. Be pragmatic. Where should “refugees” be settled. Not in the U.S.!!

    Liked by 1 person

    • cohibadad says:

      All of these things aren’t completely impossible, which is what makes them plausible enough to be used to rationalize what we are seeing. Seriously though, if it wasn’t the Trump administration giving the George Tenet award for counter-terrorism to Saudi Arabia wouldn’t you either be questioning it, if not completely accusing the administration? An alliance with Saudi Arabia against terrorism to buffalo globalists? Once again, time should quickly show what is really going on here. The Saudi monarchy is simply evil. They always have been. They always will be. Same for their Wahhabi coreligionists.


  7. Howie says:

    White Hat? Sessions will cooperate. Trump will declass. Many scalps possible.
    Chairman: House intel panel won’t investigate Flynn, will probe leaks

    Liked by 4 people

    • shallbe4 says:

      Too many Obama people are hanging around. They need too go immediately. It would seem to me that if the Leftists had anything concrete they would jump on it and forget that yesterday they said Trump is mentally ill.Two days ago they called those of us who love Trump Brown Shirts. How can we who support Trump go along with anything they have to say when they are all over the map attacking The First Lady, Trump’s Kids, and paying violent demonstrators to hurt those of us who love Trump. My dad always used to say stick to the subject or you confuse people.


      • Maquis says:

        Too many Obama moles left? Heck we got too many Clinton moles left too. I’m not talking just Killary, but the CIA embeds left from Billy’s t


  8. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    It is not unusual to be quite certain of something without having the kind of evidence that stands up in court.


  9. McVain (and Ms. Graham) were joined with Hillary at the hip in arming ISIS/a-Q as part of their great idea to depose Assad. They were bolstered by the “we came, we saw, he died” ‘success’ in betraying W’s promise to Muammar Gaddafi and he was tortured and murdered. McVain and Hillary’s legacy is the rapefugee/refugee crisis and the suffering in the Mideast. Europe can thank them (and damn them).

    My point is that Gaddaffi was a thug but a bright one, knowing full well that he had a critical role as to protecting Europe from the bad guys and that should have kept him in power. To wit, when he came under assault with the backing of the US and Europe he warned them of the consequences: “Now listen you, people of NATO. You’re bombing a wall which stood in the way of African migration to Europe, and in the way of Al Qaeda terrorists. This wall was Libya. You’re breaking it. You’re idiots, and you will burn in Hell for thousands of migrants from Africa and for supporting Al Qaeda. It will be so. I never lie. And I do not lie now.”

    He wasn’t lying, was he?

    Liked by 5 people

  10. trapper says:

    President Trump is a deal maker, a builder, not a litigator. His talent is bringing together disparate and sometimes unwilling interests to pursue a goal that is in their common interests, and he does this through various means that do NOT include blowing up their houses.

    It would be difficult for Mr. Trump to pursue this unified effort with moderate Islamic leaders like Sisi and the king of Jordan if he always has Flynn whispering “war with Iran” in his ear and working behind the scenes and behind Trump’s back to try to bring that war about. Along those lines, we will also see if Bibi will get on board or will be an obstacle. So far he has not been helpful.


    • Madonna says:

      Please do not assume that what you see and hear is the whole truth about anything. I feel that Bibi has put forth an agenda that has succeeded in bringing them to a table, from which reality can form a common bond of peace in our time and an end to ISIS.
      Our President and all great leaders have been known to do the same thing. It is great way of showing what can happen if one is not cooperative to form something better.


  11. dogsmaw says:

    I present to McCain…

    A Statue of A Fool


  12. georgiafl says:


  13. georgiafl says:

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  14. Janice says:

    I am once again left awestruck at Sundance ability to break it down and explain it in a way that this 65 yr old barely finished high school American understands (mostly). Here unexplained thoughts and feelings I have felt the last 40 years begin to take shape under your tutelage. Thank you Sundance! God Bless America and may He continue to bless us all.

    Liked by 1 person

    • E C says:

      I agree with you. This was the first time I read this type of essay from top to bottom. When I finished I felt like I completed a master class on intelligence.


  15. darcy says:

    Please tell me what the goal of these “reform agents within political Islam” hope to achieve vis a vis their relationship to the West? “Peace” for the time-being? While they gather their strength to subdue us. Forgive me for stating the obvious, which is that the history of Islam is violent conquest.
    That history also includes the Hijrah, seeding Shariasists in large enough numbers as to overwhelm the native populations over time.
    I want to know.
    What sort of leverage do these “reform agents” have in subduing the overwhelming majority of Islam’s followers whose sole purpose is to implement Sharia across the globe? whether by violent Jihad, the Hijrah, the written word, or the spoken word?
    Let’s be real here.

    “White hats” conferring with “reform agents”?
    Sign me — more than skeptical.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jenny R. says:

      What leverage? I believe none. The only gain is to try and figure out where to focus attention, how best to keep it at arm’s length. and some good intel to do this by for a change (that will be hard enough a task!).
      I hope that they are not being so foolish as to go for that “friends” policy — there are no stable alliances to be found in that region for our country.
      But we are not in a position to completely withdraw, however tempting that thought is; nor are we capable of taking the whole of the matter on at once.
      I also think that some sort of major war (beyond Syria) is inevitable in that region within the next 15 years, maybe sooner — we are going to have to use all the time we have to prepare for it (it will have severe global consequences I think).


    • Madonna says:

      Obviously, they want to save their own nations from being swallowed up by these fanatics. they want to continue to exist and to rule and to preserve the traditions with which they have become comfortable. They know how destructive the Jihadists are and also know they must unit together and have help to end the nightmare. It is a practical thing.


  16. Trump's Aussie Mates says:

    Dear Sundance,

    Love your work!

    Yours Sincerely,
    True Blue


  17. Cocked and Locked says:

    Darcy gets it, but I will suggest these ideas as possibly being applicable: (1) Perfection is the enemy of good. (2) Politics is the art of the possible. (3) Neutralize the nearest and meanest sumbitch first.

    Miss Christine is also correct. Petraeus risked his leadership and thus risked his troops … to please his mistress. One can not be partially honorable.


  18. jeans2nd says:

    Ironically perhaps, an afterthought. The World Press Photo of the year is the pic of the Turkish assassin’s triumphant salute as the Russian ambassador lies stricken on the floor.

    FTA “The photo captures an insistence, the unqualified nature of this action (true fundamentalists are characterised by their lack of contradiction, their inability to see it).”

    Quite a statement on true political fundamentalist Islam.


  19. IMO says:

    Leading Candidate To Replace Mike Flynn Is Former Navy SEAL

    Friend of the Warrior Monk


  20. Madonna says:

    whoever it is, he needs to be someone that frightens the lefties to their marrow, just like Flynn: then he needs to hire Flynn as his personal assistant. If Flynn does not attend briefings or sit on the council, the intel. group would have no path to complain, and the President and the nation can continue to have the patriotic services of a proven heroic strategist.

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