Operation Gladio, Sibel Edmonds, Boiling Frogs, and the Turkish Connection

FBI 9/11 whistleblower Sibel Edmonds explains “Gladio B.” Notice who the terrorists recruited by NATO were – the Turkish “Babas” – the “Godfathers” – those in jail for heroin trafficking, blackmail, extortion, etc. Organized crime, in other words. It’s common knowledge now, but the CIA and the US military long associated with organized crime in the US and used their services in keeping the civilian population in line. And it was the government – NOT the mafia – that reached out. The government chose the mafia, not the other way around.

You find this pattern repeated by US imperalists in South America and South East Asia, especially the drug producers (Colombia) – in fact, in South East Asia, the drug trade always moves from country to country depending on which has the most American military presence (Vietnam, to Cambodia, to Burma/Myranmar, now, north west to Afghanistan.)

Since NATO was started to fight the Soviet Union, these paramilitary terrorist organizations were always labelled “right wing” and “nationalist” – but is that particularly true? In what ways can the mafia, drug kingpins, heroin dealers, and extortionist be considered “right wing,” “ultra-nationalist” or even political at all?

According to Communism, Fascism is when captialists (the rich) try to blunt the power of popular movements and elected officials in order to prevent levelling, the poor redistributing wealth and assets to themselves. Certainly, in the US, it seems to work that way. The Republican party is largely funded by the wealthy and works to prevent any sort of social policy that benefits the poor over the rich. But certainly, the Republican party – a hotbed of internationalism, global corporatism, and sympathy for cheap labor and mass, race-replacing immigration – cannot be considered “nationalist” in any significant way; they are internationalists, although they do promote a very different kind of internationalism/globalism than Communists claimed to.

This, then, explains the brutality of the USA “Deep State” and how it can pull off things such as assassinations of US Presidents, and even major terrorist attacks like 9/11. They recruit their terrorists from the criminal class. During the Contra wars of the 1980s in Central America, the US sided with “traditional power” – landowners, and especially, the managers of the local branches of US corporations. While their opponents were often much less white, much less Westernized, and much poorer. One sees the same thing in Venezuela, where Chavez’s party was the party of the poor brown masses, while the US proxy leaders were urban, upper class whites. The left has always been correct, in a sense, that there is a race war component to USA imperialism, and it’s also true that the whiter an ethnic group is, the more powerful, the more advanced technology, the more socially advanced. Unlike “anti-racist” complaints, however, it is not some special brutality on the part of the lighter skinned – the darks at least match the whites when it comes to brutality – it’s that the higher IQ whites, when they do engage in brutality, are much more effective, usually. While Rwandans can merely hack themselves to pieces with imported machetes (they can’t even make machetes themselves) a white population might use, say, drones to bomb villages.

Nevertheless, it should not be obscured that in the USA, it’s the very White (and Jewish) ruling class that is targeting the White majority population for replacement via immigration, and certainly, in cases like 9/11, Whites were the primary victims. From the Whiskey Rebellion, to the War of Northern Aggression, to the mass slaughters of the World Wars, to the imperialist ventures post-WWII, to the 9/11 Wars, the White (and now Jewish) ruling class has never been slow to put “their own people” in harm’s way, directly and indirectly.

While some sort of genetic sociopathy often explains the brutality, simple power differentials often do as well. Modern war and terrorism are planned from afar, far away from the victims and the gore, so this psychological (and physical) distance lessens the ability for the perpetrators to sympathize with the victims – in much the same way that a powerful man might not at all sympathize with the relative powerless position of a mistress, in fact, even fetishize it.

Perhaps that might explain stories like this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_McGeorge

and why CIA programs often look like something out of BDSM porno.

That is, perhaps, a more subtle sentiment than it might appear on the surface. Read it twice.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdullah_%C3%87atl%C4%B1

http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2009/09/26/from-susurluk-and-chicago-to-ergenekon/

http://www.benturner.com/theirs/geeks_spooks.php

Now, what is quite interesting here, is that Edmonds says this Turkish Muslim terrorist group recruited by NATO was eventually replaced with “Al Qaeda” – also seemingly recruited by USA and its allies like Saudi Arabia. ISIS, an outgrowth of “Al Qaeda in Iraq,” is similarly positioned to carry out false flag attacks under the banner of Islamism, just like the Turkish/NATO Operation Gladio carried out false flags under the banner of Communism.

And just like the Turks in Operation Gladio, just like Abdullah Catli above, the “Al Qaeda” terrorists that purportedly highjacked the airliners on 9/11, we all given US visas.

Let’s not forget, Mike Springman, former head of the American visa bureau in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, said he tried to keep the hijackers out of the US, as they were known terrorists, but he was overruled by the CIA. This has been open, common knowledge for years, yet it has never seemed to enter into the thick skulls of conservative Republicans, but the CIA brought the hijackers to America.

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