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Former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds elaborates on the Turkish branch of NATO/CIA’s “stay behind armies” code named Gladio.  This little known history should be lesson number one on how the world actually works.  Operation Gladio in Europe was exposed by the Prime Minister of Italy for blowing up civilians, murdering them, in order to blame on communist cells, those “Red Factions.”

Sibel contends that the European operations of Gladio were shut down after Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti ‘s public exposure in October of 1990, but that Gladio in Turkey continued.  It continues to this day in Turkey and is aimed outward at the surrounding nations.  Note Syria, which was invaded by foreign Islamists hosted right on Turkey’s territory.  This relates to the wars in Kosovo, Bosnia and Chechnya too.  Anyone familiar with the latest Boston bombing case knows the name Chechnya.

This is An Extended History Lesson

 

Continued: Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI.

More info:

BBC: Operation Gladio, 1992

Turkey’s Killing Machine: The Contra-Guerrilla Force
By Serdar Celik

The Strategy of Tension
by Nafeez Ahmed

Terrorism in Western Europe: An Approach
to NATO’s Secret Stay-Behind Armies
by Daniele Ganser

NATO’s Secret Armies
Operation GLADIO and Terrorism in Western Europe
By Ganser Daniele
Published December 22nd 2004 by Routledge – 336 pages

 

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  1. […] Times review of the new novel Numero Zero, by Umberto Eco. What they were describing, clearly, was OPERATION GLADIO. But that covert op cannot be mentioned in any US mainstream media publication, ever. The […]

  2. […] would need to invent them. This is the “Strategy of Tension” as expressed in Operation Gladio for decades in […]

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