Both Valentine and his interviewer, Guillermo Jimenez, are well aware of the disturbing parallels with the roll out of the police state in USA, and Valentine explains that the this is by no means accidental, with the CIA systematically applying the same techniques to corrupt the other organs of US government, with a corrupt US Department of Justice ready to assist in covering up the corruption process. Valentine names the initiators of this program as "the CIA" rather than the "Deep State", but his analysis is pretty congruent with the picture of a ruling cabal developed by Mark Gorton in episode 685.
In our second hour, we return to the interview with Sibel Edmonds, who continues by narrating a major incident in Northern Iraq referred to by the Turkish media as the "hood event": following a (still undisclosed) tipoff, some Turkish terrorists were, quite literally, bagged by some unsuspecting US forces. They appear to have been Turkish military generals engaged in an operation organized by Turkish Operation Gladio operatives against the Kurds, and the hurried intervention from high levels of the US power structure suggests that they were engaged in a false flag terror operation under Gladio/B.
Next Edmonds expands on the brief summary she gave last episode of the so-called "Ergenikon" trials. She describes a sweeping away of the established Operation Gladio forces to make way for a new set of deep political players, those on board with the Gladio B mission of false flag terror attributed to Muslim extremists. Many of the old military top brass, seeing which way the wind was blowing, gained asylum in Russia, where they traded valuable intelligence and set up a center of dissident thought, producing Turkish language alternatives to the Turkish government's official narrative.
Alleging NATO support for high level drug dealing, Edmonds recounts a meeting with the family of Kurd Hüseyin Baybaşin (now serving life in prison for drug trafficking), once described as "Europe's Pablo Escobar", who suggested that her case might intersect his, and that they should discuss mutually beneficial disclosures of evidence.
Thanks to Demanufacturing Consent for the interview of Douglas Valentine, and to James Corbett for the Sibel Edmonds interview.