FBI whistleblower ignored by media by Brian O’Farrell

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by Brian O’Farrell
Yuma Sun
February 5, 2008

Get your “Who is Sibel Edmonds?” and “Google Sibel Edmonds” bumper stickers ready.

Meanwhile, major U.S. media organs remain not only indifferent but practically dead silent on Edmonds’ charges.

Apparently, allegations of coverups at the FBI, and treason at the highest levels of the U.S. State Department, aren’t something American citizens need to be concerned about these days.

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Sibel Edmonds Must be Heard by Philip Giraldi

Phil Giraldi chats about Sibel Edmonds by Luke Ryland

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Turkey’s Drug-Terrorism Connection By Martin A. Lee (1997)

Sibel Edmonds: Kill The Messenger (must-see video)


11 thoughts on “FBI whistleblower ignored by media by Brian O’Farrell

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  5. You’ve got a good grip on how to handle the messy blog publishing. I’m thinking of the repetition of links to previous coverage. Blogs can be really useless in the way they sort stuff the wrong way up with the most recent information on top, often desperately in need of deeper background information.

    Just one word: BOOKS. With page 1, 2, 3, 4 … and an INDEX at the end 🙂

    Thanks to you too and keep up the great work!

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  7. May I suggest that you add some CALL FOR ACTION to posts like this? As I wrote on We Can Change the World:

    >>>Yes, Luke does a great job with the steady flow of information, but most important is to CONSTANTLY REMIND of this. I tried to give the Daily Kos crowd a hint today by writing …

    As lukery has pointed out it’s very much up to the rest of us to give the Sibel Edmonds case wings and legs to keep it moving. Citizen activity. Direct Democracy. If every person interested in this would spend 30 minutes, 20 minutes, 10 minutes every week to disseminate this story on the web and elsewhere it WILL fly really high. Really soon.

    … but it seems like people are just not willing to offer 5 minutes to comment and recommend the very first item on Sibel Edmonds to be printed, no matter how small Yuma Sun might be or how insignificant a “letter to the editor” might be”. A sad state of affairs.

    Sibel DO ASK for this kind of help on Just A Citizen:


    You can also help by asking as many people as you know to contact Congress:

    • E-mail the link to this Web site to everyone in your contact list
    • Post it on Web sites & Blogs
    • Discuss it in online Forums & Chat Rooms
    • Write letters to editors of newspapers


    It really takes so little time and effort on the net to really make a difference. Google News Alerts are great to keep track of things. When I checked my mail now I had one Google Blogs Alert for: “Peter Dale Scott”:

    YumaSun breaks the Sibel Edmonds wall of silence
    By oldEurope
    As Peter Dale Scott said in a speech (video extremely worth viewing) not long ago: We can change things. We can search for the truth. We can spread the truth. We have the Internet. The Powerful fear us. But cannot stop us. …
    MyDD – http://www.mydd.com/section/Diary

    This obviously has to be emphasized an infinite number of times. Act. Act a little. Act a lot. No matter what, we WILL make a difference.

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