Interview 993 – Sibel Edmonds on Gladio B and the Paris Shooting

01/22/20158 Comments

Sibel Edmonds of joins us today to discuss a range of issues, from terror operations in Xinjiang to Gladio B in Belgium and her reaction to the Paris shooting. We also talk about her new podcast, Probable Cause, and what she is hoping to accomplish with it.


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  1. nosoapradio says:


    • nosoapradio says:

      How the Kouachi brothers were radicalized:

      Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, al Qaeda’s Yemen affiliate, claimed responsibility Wednesday for the Charlie Hebdo shooting. One or both the Kouachi brothers are thought to have traveled to Yemen.

      Sectarian turmoil in Yemen is bolstering al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula’s (AQAP) local recruitment, and buying it space for attacks against the West, according to one Western diplomat.

      AQAP’s claimed involvement in the Charlie Hebdo attack has turned the spotlight on Yemen and potential connections between jihadists there and in France.

      A Yemeni official briefed on security matters told CNN that two Frenchmen had been detained a few months ago as they tried to leave the country.

      They were “suspected of offering logistical support to AQAP in the south,” the official said, adding that they were not thought to be offering to fight. He said officials were assessing whether to charge the men or what their next step would be.

      Attentat contre Charlie Hebdo : la délicate question d’une riposte au Yémen

      Terrorist attack against Charlie Hebdo : the sensitive question of retaliation against Yemen

      Et si la France ne se contentait pas de durcir la lutte contre le terrorisme sur son territoire ? Après l’attentat qui a frappé la rédaction du journal satirique Charlie Hebdo mercredi 8 janvier, plusieurs médias américains évoquent le scénario d’une possible intervention militaire au Yémen.

      And what if France didn’t just content herself with intensifying the fight against terror on her own territory? Since the terrorist attack that struck the editorial staff of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo last Wednesday, January 8th, several American media outlets have evoked the possible scenario of military intervention in Yemen.

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  2. candideschmyles says:

    I did enjoy the introspection that developed toward the end of this video. Who was it that said “I would rather be a gnu than a guru”? Oh yeh it was me, just now.
    This ever present danger of being led by being fed what you want to hear, what panders to your preconceptions seems to always be in my own thoughts these days and it is good to see it articulated here.

  3. kris weston says:

    i particularly enjoyed the thought process about the alternative movement and how we attack outsiders. yes, spot on. i also agree with sibels slightly laboured point about us being a natural product of our environment. yes, it *should be completely expected. this environment we have is a natural product of our neo-feudalist system. i really like the way you guys are steering this, altho sibel does witter on a bit tbh.

  4. nosoapradio says:

    I just went back and looked at the BFP exposé of Amy Goodman’s show on so-called whistleblower Rick Bourke and Soros money tentacles –

    And I noticed the reference to the Institute for Policy Studies. This could be a great subject for a report.

    This Warburg Fabergé founded and funded institute has been heavily influential since its inception in around 1962 and it would be interesting to explore the nature, methods, movements, missions and top personalities of the institution’s influence.

    I’m thinking of course of the “The New Left”, of Chomsky and the Black Panthers (however valuable their leader may be to us today) and alleged collaboration with Russian spies and the fact that this supposedly anti-establishment think tank is based in Washington D.C..

    Sort of pick-up the story line beginning with Aldous Huxley and JFK’s deaths approximately coinciding with the birth of this political body.

    Just a plunge into the socio-political context of the time and the impetus for its creation as seen from the vantage point of the Institute for Policy Studies while exploring its repercussions on today’s world could be … eye-opening!

    (from wikipedia: Start-up funding was secured from the Sears heir, Philip Stern, and banker, James Warburg. Most of the money came from a foundation of Samuel Rubin.)

  5. cush350 says:

    What sort of government can govern and not be bought?

    I’m at a loss. I’m 64 and these days, I don’t see any change happening without extreme circumstances, natural or otherwise. Hopefully, after I’m history.

    I love your work, James, you are curing my brainwashed perception of reality and giving me panic attacks in tandem.

    Child of the Fifties.

    • candideschmyles says:

      A few years your junior I find myself in the same place. Though I grew up in the punk era and was attracted by the politics of it rather than the fashion I see what James does is little different to what was being said back then. God Save the Queen or California Uber Allies were accurate back then and remain so today. Nothing has changed. And I don’t see how it can. The revolutionary actions of history seem impossible today as the iron fist is so powerful and all reaching. Combine that with a population conditioned to cherish mediocrity and stupidity and then the system rejects like us have no power. We are left alone to whinge away amongst ourselves in the full knowledge we are so marginalised we don’t matter. That we can have a false flag 9/11 take place with such brazen impunity really tells you all you need to know.

  6. kestenholzsusanne says:

    Being a Jehovah’s Witness myself I can’t help finding it absolutely astounding the similarity there is between our ‘alternative’ Christianity and alternative truth media.
    We are both misunderstood, persecuted, and victims of massive disinformation perpetrated by the exact same people – the global elite who aims to rule the world. Just as I found the truth with J.W. because I already was decided not to let any preconception dictate where to find it, so also I was let to the truth about what is really going on in the world today because I was not afraid of looking for it outside the mainstream media or wherever somebody had something relevant to say about it.
    So bravo to Sibel Edmonds for proving this point by telling everybody on the air that she’s willing in pursuit of truth to talk ‘even to J.W’. We all know that the flair of our name is very close to another name smeared for the same purpose, namely the ugly word ‘conspiracy theorist’. I always enjoy tremendously listening to anything you have to say, because you are intelligent, quick and like James have the necessary integrity for us viewers to be able to believe all these awful things you are talking about.
    And a huge thanks to you James for running the absolute best, well researched and in every way superior alternative news podcast I have been able to find anywhere on the internet. I watch you always:-) 

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