Sibel Edmonds on NATO, Terrorism, 9/11 and Drug Running

by Sibel Edmonds
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
Originally published by Boiling Frogs Post
January 29, 2013

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In this ground-breaking interview, famed FBI whistleblower and Boiling Frogs Post founder Sibel Edmonds lays out the thread connecting NATO’s Gladio operations to Turkish paramilitaries and ultra-nationalists, and how the operation continues through cooperation with terrorists and the Islamization of Central Asia and the Caucasus. From Abdullah Çatlı’s remarkable life (and death) to the rise of Fethullah Gulen’s $25 billion (CIA-supported) Islamic network to the NATO takeover of the Afghan poppy crop in the wake of 9/11, you won’t want to miss a moment of this riveting conversation.

Listen to Podcast Episode Here.

http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2013-01-30%20Sibel%20Edmonds.mp3

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Updated: Feb. 20, 2013

corbettreport·Feb 19, 2013

Audio MP3: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=6758

In this ground-breaking interview, famed FBI whistleblower and Boiling Frogs Post founder Sibel Edmonds lays out the thread connecting NATO’s Gladio operations to Turkish paramilitaries and ultra-nationalists, and how the operation continues through cooperation with terrorists and the Islamization of Central Asia and the Caucasus. From Abdullah Çatlı’s remarkable life (and death) to the rise of Fethullah Gulen’s $25 billion (CIA-supported) Islamic network to the NATO takeover of the Afghan poppy crop in the wake of 9/11, you won’t want to miss a moment of this riveting conversation.

see

Glaring Paradoxes: Let Us Be United in Unconstitutional Federal Government Laws and Operations! by Sibel Edmonds

Sibel Edmonds on the Pacification of the Public + Government Allowed 9/11

from the archives:

Is the Media Catching Up with the Turkish Imam’s US Operations? by Sibel Edmonds

Additional Omitted Points in CIA-Gulen coverage & A Note from “The Insider” by Sibel Edmonds

Turkish Intel Chief Exposes CIA Operations via Islamic Group in Central Asia by Sibel Edmonds

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