Sibel Edmonds on Gladio B – Part 3 (Video)

02/21/20131 Comment

This is the video of Part Three of the ongoing Sibel Edmonds Gladio B interview series. For the audio of this interview, CLICK HERE.

Sibel Edmonds of joins us for the third part of our series on Gladio B, the NATO-directed effort to radicalize, enable and protect Islamic terrorists to further their own geopolitical ends. In this edition we discuss the Hood Event, the Gladio A / B transition, Israel’s role in funding both sides of the regional conflict, and how the Kurds have been used and abused by every would-be regional power in the area. Sibel also takes questions on Ayman al-Zawahiri and begins to discuss Huseyin Baybasin (aka “Europe’s Pablo Escobar”) and the NATO-protected heroin operations in Europe.

To listen to the first part of this series, CLICK HERE. For the second part, CLICK HERE.


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  1. doktor_oni says:

    I guess I watched these videos a bit late to address questions to Edmonds, however I want to ask them here anyways. I apologize if this is not the place to write down these questions or if any of these questions has been answered in somewhere that I missed. And I want to say that I really appreciate the work by Sibel Edmonds, which helps to enlighten global operations affecting my country.

    – Why doesn’t Edmonds mention PKK as a Kurdish terrorist organization? It was founded almost simultaneously with Gulen organization and is continously playing a role in US operations over Iraq, Iran and Turkey. As a listener, her words made me think that Kurdish people in Northern Iraq are all living for peace but they are getting fried just because of the hatred of Turks against Kurds

    – Why does Edmonds define the fight against PKK as genocide? Does having some serious civil right issues about Kurdish minority in Turkey mean that Turkey is commiting genocide? Does she aware of the fact that the majority of the Kurdish people is living in peace with native Turkish people across the country? Almost 15 million Kurdish origined people are living in Turkey. (However, PKK is estimated to have around 5000 troops.) I couldn’t understand the logic behind her words on this issue.

    – Does Edmonds think that Erbakan (pre-2001 Islamic political leader) and Erdogan have the same ideology at all? Erdogan has left Erbakan’s party and founded his own (AKP), and there were major differences between both. The military move that blocks Erbakan’s party (US sponsored as told by Edmonds) led Erdogan to get enough power to be elected with majority of the seats in parliament in 2002. This is an important detail in my opinion.

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