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|⇦|| Episode #699 - A Country with A Military or A Military with A Country
(Scott Bennett and Sibel Edmonds on The Deep State's War Machine)
|⌚ Sat 1 November 2014 ☻Scott Bennett, Sibel Edmonds|
Download Hour1 Download Hour2 This show contrasts the perspectives of two whistleblowers on the inside the US War Machine. One, Scott Bennett, from whom we heard last time, blew the whistle in 2014 and offers fresh first hand testimony from the machine designed to serve up an unremitting diet of war and fear, and moving USA rapidly towards a full-on totalitarian police state. The other, Sibel Edmonds, who blew the whistle on false flag terror in the immediate wake of 9-11, shares her acute awareness of the operations of the deep state and explains why she has just published a fictionized account of her discoveries as a whistleblower.
We conclude the show with the last 40 minutes of a longer interview of Sibel Edmonds from October 2014. A more experienced whistleblower, she has a clearer overview of the process of false flag terrorism, and how the commercially-controlled media demonized Ossama Bin Laden, then had Bin Laden killed and changed the 'brand' to ISIS/ISIL, "Islamist" forces, when people didn't seem to be as afraid as before of the old brand. A long time host of the Boiling Frogs Post alternative media, she describes some of her exasperation at how the US population in general seem able to overlook persuasive evidence of government malfeasance. The interview was prompted by her new book, The Lone Gladio. She says the book is unusual in that it, by presenting an unvarnished picture of the activities of the intelligence agencies, it forces the readers to ask hard questions. Most such fictional portrayals, she says, give their heroes 'white hats', and so trivialize the (im)moral aspects of what they describe. Not so her novel, which was written as another way to educate people with the reality of what is being done behind the veil of national secrecy.
Music: Vultures Fly High by Rennaisance
Thanks to Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot for the Scott Bennett interview and to Cindy Sheehan for the Sibel Edmonds interview.
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