Sibel Edmonds has done extensive research on Gladio B and has recently made connections between it and Paris evident in her new interview with James Corbett. What comes to the fore is Turkey’s role in training, arming and exporting radical Islamists. Training took place within the NATO domain, in Turkey and Jordan, whereas the New York Times’ report whitewashes it as petty criminals and illegal immigration into China.
Edmonds projects this region to be the next Ukraine, as this area forms what Pepe Escobar terms, “Pipelinestan.” The “democracy” exporting NGOs will now bring weaponized “freedom,” of course. Sound familiar?
Sibel’s analysis backs up my own in terms of the Paris terror events, where two weeks ago I noted the associations with Gladio. In this regard, we mustn’t forget the failed Turkish false flag of 2014, again making the Turkish-French connect:
“What begins to emerge is a consistent pattern of interlocking and interconnected intelligence agencies at the level of “terror event,” as well as their assets that all serve the same establishment perched on top. When we consider French intelligence, the fingerprints are no different, as French intelligence has had a long history of false flags and dirty dealings along with their western counterparts in NATO.
France helped train the Al Qaeda-linked rebels along with US and British forces in Jordan, a longtime CIA puppet state. Arms and sand pirates are in steady supply for western intelligence agencies needing distractions or desiring to ramp up the terror/security theater. France was also involved in the failed March 2014 Turkish false flag attempt aimed at laying the blame once again on Syria and Assad, and by extension, encroaching further on Russia.”
On top of all this, the new boogeyman of rebranded Al Qaeda known as ISIS has been openly admitted today to be a scam from high level CIA and General Kevin Bergner [Note: the establishment would have us believe the original Baghdadi was fake, but the new one is real, wink wink.] Readers may recall my February 2013 article where I cited Bruce Riedel lecturing the Brookings Institute on false flags, as apparently the corporate head audience had never heard of this idea. This demonstrates Riedel is not a nobody, but a veteran of the deep state who openly discusses false flags and the staged nature of ISIS. The 2007 New York Times article “The Leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq was Fictional, U.S. Military Says,” states, via Zero Hedge:
For more than a year, the leader of one the most notorious insurgent groups in Iraq was said to be a mysterious Iraqi named Abdullah Rashid al-Baghdadi.
As the titular head of the Islamic State in Iraq, an organization publicly backed by Al Qaeda, Baghdadi issued a steady stream of incendiary pronouncements. Despite claims by Iraqi officials that he had been killed in May, Baghdadi appeared to have persevered unscathed.
On Wednesday, a senior American military spokesman provided a new explanation for Baghdadi’s ability to escape attack: He never existed.
Brigadier General Kevin Bergner, the chief American military spokesman, said the elusive Baghdadi was actually a fictional character whose audio-taped declarations were provided by an elderly actor named Abu Adullah al-Naima.
The ruse, Bergner said, was devised by Abu Ayub al-Masri, the Egyptian-born leader of Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, who was trying to mask the dominant role that foreigners play in that insurgent organization.
The ploy was to invent Baghdadi, a figure whose very name establishes his Iraqi pedigree, install him as the head of a front organization called the Islamic State of Iraq and then arrange for Masri to swear allegiance to him. Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden’s deputy, sought to reinforce the deception by referring to Baghdadi in his video and Internet statements.
The evidence for the American assertions, Bergner announced at a news briefing, was provided by an Iraqi insurgent: Khalid Abdul Fatah Daud Mahmud al-Mashadani, who was said to have been captured by American forces in Mosul on July 4.
According to Bergner, Mashadani is the most senior Iraqi operative in Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. He got his start in the Ansar al-Sunna insurgent group before joining Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia more than two years ago, and became the group’s “media emir” for all of Iraq. Bergner said that Mashadani was also an intermediary between Masri in Iraq and bin Laden and Zawahiri, whom the Americans assert support and guide their Iraqi affiliate.
“Mashadani confirms that al-Masri and the foreign leaders with whom he surrounds himself, not Iraqis, made the operational decisions” for Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, Bergner said.
Bruce Riedel, a former CIA official and a Middle East expert, said that experts had long wondered whether Baghdadi actually existed. “There has been a question mark about this,” he said.
Nonetheless, Riedel suggested that the disclosures made Wednesday might not be the final word on Baghdadi and the leaders of Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. Even Mashadani’s assertions, Riedel said, might be a cover story to protect a leader who does in fact exist.
“First, they say we have killed him,” Riedel said, referring to the statements by some Iraqi government officials. “Then we heard him after his death and now they are saying he never existed. That suggests that our intelligence on Al Qaeda in Iraq is not what we want it to be.”
American military spokesmen insist they have gotten to the truth on Baghdadi. Mashadani, they say, provided his account because he resented the role of foreign leaders in Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia. They say he has not repudiated the organization.”
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