Interview: Sibel Edmonds on the Worst Police State in the History of Mankind

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Traces of Reality Presents Sibel Edmonds, founder and publisher of Boiling Frogs Post, founder and president of the National Security Whistleblower’s Coalition (NSWBC), and the author of the memoir Classified Woman: The Sibel Edmonds Story. We discuss her background, how she earned the distinction of “most classified woman in US History,” information relating to 9-11 she uncovered that the US government fought to keep secret, the role of the media, the American Police State, whistleblowers in 2013, and much, much more.

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  1. Enjoyed the interview. I hadn’t considered the “negative feedback loop” aspect of public apathy, which stalls whistle blowers from revealing knowledge because their message doesn’t spur action and real change, which then furthers the atmosphere of ignorance and apathy in the absence of explosive truth shared by whistle blowers.

    I was recently at a university talk about geo-engineering. Scientists are talking seriously about dumping sulfur aerosols in the air and iron into the ocean on a massive scale to “combat” global climate change. Of course, there are those (myself included) who believe it’s a terrible idea to start INTENTIONALLY messing with the complex climate system, like it was a thermostat dial, but there was no real concern in the audience. Just blank stares, except for a handful of us that spoke out forcefully against it. Similar to when I went to another talk about Iran, where I spoke out against what we are doing to that country…very little reaction except one guy who wished we had already started bombing them.

    I regularly tell people in these settings that we need fundamental transformation, and there has been very little support for that notion. Each time I do this, I see it as a litmus test. If there were to be real transformation, it would be on the lips of many. I have hoped for widespread change, and will continue to push for it, but I’m afraid that we need to hedge our bets and prepare for total economic and environmental meltdown, which if not averted will be horrific.

    Which is to say, I hope your garden plans, among other preparations, are going well. :)

  2. avatar jschoneboom says:

    Thanks for being so generous with your time on these interviews, Sibel — this was a really fun one.

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