We continue our adaption of Allan Francovich's film about Operation Gladio. However, the majority of this episode is a review of the 1996 New COINTELPRO operation, started under Clinton, which is currently being framed in the US commercial media as the "Denis Hastert case". We sew together 4 recent podcasts from Sibel Edmonds (the US' most classified woman) who has been blowing the whistle on this case for over a decade, and from whom insight is therefore to be expected as to what will happen with this case, and most interestingly, what the controlled media is not informing us about.
Regular listeners will know that Unwelcome Guests rarely attempts to cover current events, making this episode exceptional. Why the deviation from standard operating procedure? Sibel Edmonds has spent the last 14 years trying to expose the iceberg of deep events of which the "Hastert Case" is but a single tip. A 2005 expose of Dennis Hastert in Vanity Fair was followed by a resounding silence from the commercially-controlled media, giving credence to her contention that the deep state's hand is at work. Her recent series of podcasts - 4 in the last 6 weeks - seemed too good to miss. The commercially-controlled media seems to be living down to her predictions as far as missing the real point of the revelations, and the legal deal of convenience she predicts at the start of the series has just been struck. With Sibel Edmonds' thoughts on the Hastert case as an illustration of how the Deep State's cover-up machine swings into action, we conclude the show with the best film ever made on one of the most infamous Western European deep state terrorist operations - Allan Francovich's 1992 Timewatch expose of Operation Gladio. While some of the low level minions who followed orders were prosecuted, the organizers and funders of Gladio remain not only unprosecuted but largely unidentified. Several indeed died and were buried with military and political honors - as has been the way for many loyal servants of the establishment. Is this pattern coming to an end? Will ever better communications technology make it ever harder to organize such deceptions?
This week's episode draws heavily from the Boiling Frogs Post. Their material is usually available only to subscribers, but after a lot of requests from listeners they open sourced these few episodes to a wider audience. Credit goes to Olivier for pointing this out, and of course to Sibel Edmonds for producing them and making them freely available.