In this video, Jason of WeAreChange breaks down the latest in the case of the suspicious packages that were sent to prominent left wing figures! Cesar Altier Sayoc, 56, was taken into custody on Friday morning in Plantation, Florida.
The wife of the Pulse nightclub shooter was acquitted by a Florida jury on Friday. Is this a sign we have reached peak post-9/11 hysteria against Muslims facing terrorism charges? Omar Mateen killed 49 and wounded 58 patrons of Orlando’s Pulse nightclub in the early morning hours of June 12, 2016. He was shot and killed by police following a standoff.
EXCLUSIVE: On the 25th anniversary of President George H.W.
We Are Change An unhinged Missouri School of Journalism professor has declared that the National Rifle Association is more dangerous than ISIS. In an article published in the Missourian, Professor George Kennedy compared ISIS tactics of killing people, often by beheading or suicide bombing to lobbying politicians.
We Are Change
“…for several times I importuned President Obama to end his catastrophic support for Saudis and their terrorist proxies in the Middle-East but my appeals fell on deaf ears,” said world’s most famous exile.
“Roof-knocking” warning missiles led to civilian deaths in Gaza. Now US is using them in Iraq.
How are Palestinians supposed to speak with their gullets compressed by the gun butts of the Israeli army?
There really is no sugarcoating it: Americans are afraid.
In a clear violation of the Geneva Convention, the US made systematic torture a staple in its fight against terrorism. This revelation has resulted in international condemnation and lamentation, but nobody has been held accountable for torturing terror suspects — many of whom were released later without any charges having been filed.
Podcast, with Russ Baker explaining WhoWhatWhy’s reporting on a little-known but absolutely central explanatory story regarding 9/11. Were elements of the Saudi royal family complicit in the 9/11 attacks? (Sound quality a bit staticky— run time approximately 9 minutes)
WhoWhatWhy’s Russ Baker on “The Ripple Effect” Podcast. Russ talks about the mysterious crash that killed the investigative journalist Michael Hastings. He also presents his most detailed analysis yet of the Boston Marathon Bombing case. Even after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death, the questions and doubts about the case are thicker than ever.
Written and produced by Adam Curtis, The Power of Nightmares—The Rise of the Politics of Fear explores the similarities between the ascent of the American Neo-Conservative movement and the trajectory of radical, fundamentalist Islamism in three one-hour films.More controversial, perhaps, than even this co
On this week’s episode we continue our roundtable discussion on Gladio B with Sibel Edmonds and Tom Secker. Picking up where we last left off, the three of us explore some of the reasons for Russia’s presumed intransigence in the face of mounting NATO and Gladio operations in their backyard.
By: N Wahid Azal Cui bono?
The Lone Gladio: The fight against evil requires a massive counter-force. It requires not one but an army of angels-demons.
By: Dr. Misha Djurkovic Otpor, Canvas and Terrorism [We highly recommend that readers interested in this matter familiarize themselves with our prior articles on this most important subject.
James Corbett Interviewed by Jim Hogue on “The Lone Gladio” Tune in to this extraordinary interview. James Corbett discusses The Lone Gladio, and provides an incredible analysis of the Deep State, Shadow Government, Operation Gladio B, Zbigniew Brzezinski’s Grand Chessboard, the New Cold War, Synthetic Terrorism, Perpetual Wars and much more!
I have finally gotten around to putting all the interviews, reviews and analyses on The Lone Gladio in one place. I will maintain this page regularly as we get additional reviews, commentaries and interviews.
Operation Gladio, the New Domino Theory, 9/11, The Lone Gladio & Sibel Edmonds’ History as a Whistleblower
In its own “web of ambiguity,” The Lone Gladio journeys beyond labels and pegged ideas to frequently ask more of its readers than meets the eye
“The Lone Gladio is a must-read for everyone who is interested in the New Great Game in the Eurasian Balkans.” By Christoph Germann
“A globetrotting, Crichton-esque narrative unfolds, from Baku to the jungles of Vietnam, in true page-turning fashion!” By Tom Secker This morning I finished reading Sibel Edmonds’ debut novel The Lone Gladio, less than 24 hours after I started reading the book. A more considered review will come later but my initial reaction is thus:
“Eat your heart out, Fleming, Clancy, Le Carré; “The Lone Gladio” boldly goes where no mere spy yarn would dare!” By James Corbett