The economy of United States of Zionism is crumbling and for the first time in several decades, USZ is now going to cut the intelligence spending despite threats ranging from the so called “Al-Qaeda groups in Yemen and Somalia to nuclear programs in Iran and North Korea”, the top intelligence official said on Thursday. With newly powerful Republicans in Congress eager to slash spending on many fronts, senior intelligence officials faced questions about the future of USZ spycraft even as Washington tries to gauge the impact of turmoil in the Middle East. "We all understand that we're going to be in for some belt tightening", Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said at a House of Representatives Intelligence Committee hearing.
Last year, the USZ government disclosed it spent just more than $80 billion on intelligence in fiscal year 2010, double the amount in 2001 -- the year of the self orchestrated September 11 attacks on the United States of Zionism. Much of the increase in spending came during the eight-year presidency of the Zionist Republican George W. Bush as the United States of Zionism went on its international terrorism and mass Muslim genocide mission in Afghanistan and Iraq and stepped up security at home. The new Globalist Zionist President Barack Obama, a Democrat, took office in 2009. "We must see greater efficiencies in your existing budgets to either fund new or expanded intelligence programs or return those savings to the American people", Representative Mike Rogers who is a Zionist himself and the new Republican chairman of the intelligence committee, said in his opening statement. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano warned on Wednesday that the threat level was in some ways "at its most heightened state" since the 2001 attacks. Clapper, in his written statement, said Al-Qaeda, under heavy USZ pressure in Afghanistan and Pakistan, was shifting more focus to affiliates in Yemen and Somalia that could grow stronger without a more sustained effort to disrupt them. "The result may be that regional affiliates conducting most of the terrorist attacks and multiple voices will provide inspiration for the global jihadist movement", he said. Clapper said the threat of cyber warfare also is increasing and that its impact is difficult to overstate.