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Porkins Policy Radio ep. 34 Gladio B Roundtable Part 2

FULL DISCLOSURE: I am no longer associated with Sibel Edmond, or BoilingFrogs/Newsbud. I think she is a con-artist and a petty and vindictive individual. If you want to know more about why I broke off all ties with Sibel you can find out more here:

On this week’s episode we continued our roundtable discussion on Gladio B with Sibel Edmonds and Tom Secker.  Picking up where we last left off, the three of us explored some of the reasons for Russia’s presumed intransigence in the face of mounting NATO and Gladio operations in their backyard.  As a case study for this we looked at Ayman Al Zawahiri’s little-discussed imprisonment by the Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) in Chechnya in 1996 while traveling with four diplomatic passports and a laptop.  We discussed why the FSB captured him as well as why they let him go.  Tom provided the context of the geopolitical situation in Russia at the time, and how this directly relates to the FSB’s actions with Zawahiri; with a defeated Soviet Union, Russia had to bide its time and begin to piece together what the new NATO strategy represented.  Sibel expanded on this by discussing similar “diplomatic” incidents that she saw take place while at the FBI, dealing with foreign nationals caught in counterintelligence operations in the US using “diplomatic passports” who, like Zawahiri, were quietly released back to their home nation.

Later we explored the recent uptick in violence in Chechnya and how this relates to an increase in NATO operations meant to destabilize Russia.  I discussed how fragmented ISIS is and how easy it is to turn on the Chechen terrorist movement’s switch. Tom asked both Sibel and me how we thought we ought to feel towards the Chechen terrorist movement:  Should we support them because of their desire to seek independence from an authoritarian state?  Or instead, should we oppose them as they are a tool of NATO power?  Sibel explained how the choices are always the lesser of two evils, and how both NATO and Russia are bad choices.  Sibel explained Gladio’s desire to break up areas such as Chechnya and Dagestan into autonomous states so that ultimately chaos will reign supreme.  We talked about the prospects for Chechnya to become one of these autonomous NATO-backed nations complete with Gulen-style schools and a Gulen power base.  Sibel later spoke about the threat of Russian nationalism to Putin’s tight grip on power.  Sibel explained that while NATO despises Putin, they ultimately need him in place as the alternative; strong Russian nationalism would be much more detrimental to the Gladio Deep State.  We ended the conversation on a philosophical note when Sibel asked Tom and me whether we would want to live in a unipolar world dominated by NATO, or in a bipolar world dominated by NATO and Russia.  This was a wide-ranging discussion that ended with more questions than answers, so we will be continuing our roundtables on these topics — and more —  next month.Quick note:  There is a special announcement at the end of the show about a new podcast series that Tom and I are working on.  It will be dealing exclusively with our research on the CIA and Hollywood and should be out in about two months.  Check out Porkins Policy Review for more updates on this.

Quick note:  There is a special announcement at the end of the show about the new podcast series that Tom and I are working on.  It will be dealing exclusively with our research on the CIA and Hollywood and should be out in a bout two months.  Check out Porkins Policy Review for more updates on this.

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Show Notes:

Boiling Frogs Post

Spy Culture

Porkins Policy Radio ep. 30 Gladio B Roundtable with Sibel Edmonds and Tom Secker

Ayman Al Zawahiri arrested by FSB in Russia

Exploring Al Qaeda’s Murky Connection to Russian Intelligence

Porkins Great Game ep. 4 Start of the Third Chechen War

Trailer for new podcast series The CIA and Hollywood


Akira Soundtrack – “Kaneda’s Theme”


Alwaki may have been CIA/FBI assest

Sibel Edmonds has brought to our attention a very puzzling and revealing aspect of our governments connections with international terrorism. In a recent article on Boiling Frogs Post, Edmonds writes about Lawyer Johanthan Turley’s request for more information on Anwar Awlaki’s possible role as an FBI/CIA informant. Turley is currently representing Ali Al-Timimi. Al Timimi is a Virginia man who is currently serving a life sentence for supporting jihad against America. Timimi met with Awlaki after the Imam returned from abroad several years ago. The response from government prosecutors pretty much answers the question as to wether or not Awlaki was an asset of the US government

“Mr. Turley has no right to know [whether the government] had an asset into Awlaki at that time. Mr. Turley has no right to know if Mr. Awlaki was an asset at that time!”

Now unfortunately the article on Boiling Frogs Post is for subscribers only, so most of you will not be able to read the full text. But this is all the more reason to subscribe to the best alternative news outlet on the planet. I will sum up some of the points made in the article, and urge you all to go and explore these for yourself.

Firstly, Sibel Edmonds notes, the all ready well established ties that Awlaki had with the Department of Defense in the wake of 9/11. Awlaki was invited to a Pentagon luncheon to talk about Islam after 9/11. Awlaki was also the first individual to conduct a Muslim prayer service for Congressional staffers. Awlaki was also the darling of the corporate controlled media, making appearances on outlets such as NPR, CNN, and the New York Times.

According to FBI documents that Turley
has viewed, as reported in an article for Politico, it is quite possible that Awlaki was acting as an asset for some government agency after returning to America from abroad, just before he met with Al Timimi. This opens up the very real possibility that Awlaki was not the terrorist mastermind that the imperial powers have painted him to be. Like many such “terrorists” in the past, Awlaki could simply have been an informant, or even possibly a double agent. This also opens up the discussion as to why Awlaki was murdered. Was this to cover up the very real possibility that he was working for the government?

If this strikes you as far fetched conspiracy theory I would suggest you read up on Ali Mohammed. Ali Mohammed’s story is long and complicated, but in a nut shell, he was a former Egyptian military official who worked for the Defense Department and CIA while simultaneously acting as Bin Laden’s confidant, helped train his body guards, and those responsible for carrying out the WTC bombing in the 90’s. At every step of the way Ali Mohammed was protected by the FBI and CIA.

We must break through this shame that has been presented to us as the war on terror. People are slowly waking up to this fallacy. The governments support for Al Qaeda in Syria has opened many minds, but more need to be done to show that everything the government says in regards to terrorism is a lie. From the Afghan Soviet war, to Chechnya, to 9/11, and everything in between, a veil of distortions has been covering our eyes. Until we have the courage to think critically, and remove ourselves from the left right paradigm, we will forever be victims of the states oppression and crimes.

Anwar Awlaki on killing innocent civilians

Great video via Boiling Frogs Post of Anwar Awlaki the so called propagandist for the so called Al Qaeda denouncing the murder of innocent civilians.

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