June 9, 2010, - 1:37 pm
You may have read news reports about convicted rapist Andrew Warren, the Algiers CIA Station Chief, who was posted at the U.S. Embassy in Algiers. This week, he pleaded guilty to abusive sexual contact and unlawful use of cocaine while possessing a firearm. Warren raped an unconscious Algerian woman and was accused of rape by two other Algerian women, and many videos of him having sex with different women were found in his residence. He apparently drugged the women and videotaped his attacks. Aside from being disgusting and barbaric, those activities made him a perfect target for blackmail by Muslims seeking to infiltrate the Embassy or find out CIA intelligence.
But what you probably don’t know is that Warren is a Muslim–a fact conveniently left out of all the mainstream media reports, but which I reported on this site, last year, when Warren’s “activities” were exposed on ABC News. In fact, while almost none of the press coverage of Warren’s guilty plea notes that Warren is a Muslim, almost all of it notes he “raped a Muslim woman.” Thanks, Reuters. Hmmm . . . how interesting–but no surprise–that the religion of the victim is important because she’s Muslim, but the religion of the rapist isn’t important because he’s Muslim.
He converted to the religion and tried to push on all who would listen that it’s a “moderate” religion. As I also noted, even more frightening–and straight out of a Daniel Silva novel–Warren authored his own mystery thiller, “The People of the Veil,” which appears to be an autobiography . . . about a Muslim plot to infiltrate the U.S. Embassy in Algiers by bypassing security and using the second in command at the Embassy.
Hmm . . . life imitates art, or art imitates life? Either way, it’s frightening that this man was the top U.S. spy in Algiers and that the CIA didn’t see the content of his book and his several rapes as a problem. And that should tell you something about what I’ve always thought about the quality of the CIA: there isn’t any.
In the CIA, Warren was given promotion after promotion merely because he’s Muslim and speaks Arabic. Of course, now the CIA and the press are dismissing his actions, saying he’s “disturbed” and a “drug addict.” Right. And if those excuses were true and the CIA promoted a disturbed drug addict to such an important post in great Arabian Terroristan, as Algeria is, what does that tell you about the level of intelligence in that organization?
So, what role did Warren’s belief in Islam play? Was he a double agent for Muslims seeking access to the Embassy and American intelligence on Islamic terrorists?
We’ll never know, as the CIA isn’t talking. And no-one is asking the questions. . . except me. But you can bet, given the plot of his book, this wasn’t just some innocent “disturbed,” “moderate” Islamic rapist on drugs.
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