It’s been nearly a year since the publication of a massive leak of classified documents and internal communications that exposed a covert operation by the U.S. military to destroy ISIS.
Now, a new cache of leaked documents from the clandestine intelligence unit that produced the highly classified report has surfaced online.
The leak was first reported by Mother Jones magazine, and the article in question, titled, “U.S.-China: US-China ties under fire,” is just the latest salvo in an ongoing war of words between the U .
S. and China.
The article in full reads: “China has long claimed that the U.”s.
has no respect for the Constitution and is in cahoots with the United States to undermine its rule.
China, in turn, claims that the United.s. is attempting to undermine the country’s democracy by infiltrating its courts and courts-martial.
The Chinese government has repeatedly stated that it will use any means necessary to stop any attack on its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
In an attempt to further undermine U.s.-China relations, the U,s.
government has engaged in an unprecedented, unprecedented campaign to discredit and undermine the credibility of the Chinese Government.
“China is seeking to undermine U .s. national security and undermine our ability to defend ourselves and our allies against foreign aggression,” U..s .
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter told a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing in May.
“I think we have to be very, very careful when we talk about what kind of a relationship we want, what kind we want to have.”
“There is an effort to undermine American democracy, to undermine our sovereignty and our ability, if we want that, to defend our country,” U .
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said in a January speech to the Senate Armed Service Committee.
“There’s no doubt in my mind that we are dealing with a very, you know, a very serious threat that we’re in.”
As the US. began preparing to enter the final stages of its war against ISIS, the intelligence agency responsible for the leaked report was given a boost from its newly found funding by Congress.
The Pentagon gave the secretive unit the unprecedented authority to provide intelligence to the White House, which could be used in the fight against ISIS.
According to the report, the CIA received an additional $2.6 billion in funding from the State Department and Defense Department during the course of the Obama administration, as well as $3.2 billion in “counterterrorism funding” from the Pentagon.
The funds were supposed to go toward counter-terrorism operations in Syria and Iraq, but the agency has reportedly used the funds for political and political destabilization activities against the U and its allies.
In February, President Trump threatened to cancel $2 billion of the funding and told Congress, “We are not going to support a State Department that is destabilizing Syria and we are not getting the job done.”
This year, the report is reportedly scheduled to be published on July 30.
In a statement, a spokesperson for the State Dept. called the report “inaccurate and misleading” and said, “The information in this report was obtained from the same sources and obtained as a result of a lawful, independent, and credible source, and not as part of any government effort to influence U. S. foreign policy.”
“The Department of Defense is aware of this report, and has not reviewed the report,” the statement continued.
“As part of our efforts to improve the security of our troops, the Department will continue to make appropriate efforts to assess any threat to U. s. troops, and will share that assessment with appropriate State Department officials.”
“We have made significant progress in combating the spread of ISIS,” a spokesperson from the Defense Department added.
“In recent years, the Pentagon has funded our troops with increased funds to strengthen our capabilities and support our troops overseas.
These funds support our military in a variety of ways and allow us to provide greater support for our troops and to improve their ability to conduct operations in the battlefield, especially during times of conflict.”
According to a recent report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Chinese government is investing more than $1 trillion over the next decade in its own defense.
China is currently the largest arms importer in the world and has recently become the world’s largest military spender.
The report further states that China is seeking “to establish a global military force capable of challenging the United states militarily.”