thousands of emails from US diplomacy being declassified

It is a new look at the underside of American foreign policy. In recent days, Mike Pompeo, the head of US diplomacy, has finally promised to declassify emails sent at the time by Hillary Clinton, who was sitting between 2009 and 2013, under pressure from President Donald Trump under President Donald Trump during President Donald Trump. The content of some of these emails is already known: it allows us to better understand the position of the United States at the time of the Arab Spring, especially towards the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya.

This is over 35,500 emails. A total of 1779 pages including 86 devoted to Libya. These exchanges between Hillary Clinton and her advisers reveal U.S. policy during the Obama era toward the countries in the Arab Spring, when it was necessary to install “creative chaos” according to the American concept.

From these exchanges, it is clear that Washington has supported the Muslim Brotherhood and extremist parties throughout the region. For Washington, it was necessary to support these forces so that they came to power. A policy that has undermined the stability of the region and which today is still condemned by Donald Trump during his election campaign.

In the April 5, 2012 exchange between Clinton and members of his office, Abdelhakim Belhaj, an al-Qaeda terrorist, the man and emir of the jihadist group “al-mouqatila” is called “our boy” “our boy”. At the same time, the US Ambassador, killed by al-Qaeda extremists in Benghaziwarned against these Islamists. He cites their willingness to run in the 2012 elections and their fear of losing because “Libyans refuse to be under the power of a group in Egypt” that speaks of the Muslim Brotherhood.

The exchanges also show the role that Qatar played in Libya, especially in 2011, and how it participated in NATO’s strikes against this country, and how it created an ideal environment for militias and extremist thinking in Tripoli. The leaked letters also show protests from Mahmoud Jibril, elected prime minister in 2012, against Qatar’s growing role in his country and his attempts to fund Islamist organizations in Libya with Libyan money.