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Video- Sibel Edmonds On Gladio B And The Paris Attacks

Sibel Edmonds on Gladio B and the Paris Attacks (Video)

Sibel Edmonds joins James Corbett to discuss a range of issues, from terror operations in Xinjiang to Gladio B in Belgium and her reaction to the Paris attacks.

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From Activist Post: 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.