Video Report: Sibel Edmonds on Operation Gladio-Part II

Sibel Edmonds of BoilingFrogsPost.com joins us for the second part of our series on Gladio B, the NATO-directed effort to radicalize, enable and protect Islamic terrorists to further their own geopolitical ends. This time we discuss recent events, like the US Embassy bombing in Ankara and the catch-and-release of Osama Bin Laden's son-in-law in Turkey, before going back to the 1990s for more on the roots of the Gladio B operation and its tie-in to stories like that of Yasin al-Qadi. We shine a light on the FBI agents who were working on shutting down terrorist finance networks, and how they were shut down by elements of the State Department and the CIA. We also answer comments and questions from listeners of our first conversation.

For further notes and information check out: Turkey: Embassy bombers cling to Cold War ideology , Turkey refused to extradite bin Laden’s son-in-law to US ,Turkey detains, frees Laden spokesman Abu Ghaith , Angry FBI agents joked about al Qaeda mole at HQ, and 9/11 and Cyberterrorism

FB Like

Share This

This site depends….

This site depends exclusively on readers’ support. Please help us continue by SUBSCRIBING, and by ordering our EXCLUSIVE BFP DVDs.

Speak Your Mind



Support a 100% people-funded, nonpartisan online news source—where media integrity matters.


1115_SibelSupportIt’s May 8th, the first day of our new Kickstarter campaign. We have 45 days to raise $150,000, and we know we can do it with your help! Make a pledge, subscribe to Newsbud, put the word out. And please take action as soon as possible—the first three to four days of the campaign will be the most critical to our success.

Now is the time to stand up for your right to be informed and help create a news and multimedia network unlike anything else online, in print, or on TV. Newsbud will produce original stories, investigative reports, video-podcasts, editorials, and discussion forums, and it will be a real independent alternative because it will be 100% people funded.



Thank you for all your support,
Sibel Edmonds