Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Sean Stone - CIA’s “Operation Gladio” with Paul Williams

I viewed this yesterday but I had reservations about putting it out as it seemed to be full of conspiracy theories, but after reading Philip Giraldi's article about the neocons, where he said Washington will announcing to the public on the 16th Jan the details of how to prepare for nuclear war, I decided we can't be complacent and just say this is a conspiracy theory, we have to be open minded. We need to get as many people as we can to see what's going on, then they might discover that their leaders are not the always good guys.

Dr Paul Williams is an expert on organised crime and terrorism and after 9/11 he became a neocon approving of all the US wars on terror, and he also also started working for the FBI as an adviser on terrorism, a job he did for ten years. He wrote books on the Al Qaeda threat but eventually he came to realise that it was the CIA that was backing Islamic terrorism all around the world and in the USA.

Dr Paul Williams says that the money cartel of the US and Britain are after complete control of the world's resources which will not only make them a lot of money, but they will be able to cripple the economies of Russia and China too.


Watching the Hawks’ Sean Stone sits down with award-winning journalist and former FBI counter-terrorism consultant Paul L. Williams to learn more about “Operation Gladio” and the CIA’s historic affinity for propping up paramilitary groups across the world. Williams shares his experiences researching the murky history of Washington’s relations with the enigmatic Fethullah Gülen, an exiled Turkish statesman and clergyman, as well as documenting the CIA’s connections to the Taliban, ISIS, and far-right extremists in Europe and Latin America. Finally, we evaluate the modern-day implications of this complicated web of relationships.

2 comments:

Tom Hickey said...

Dr Paul Williams says that the money cartel of the US and Britain are after complete control of the world's resources which will not only make them a lot of money, but they will be able to cripple the economies of Russia and China too.

As I have been attempting to show through many posts, this is not a conspiracy theory. There may be conspiracy theories associated with it but don't fall for the ploy of trying to discredit the concept by characterizing it as "conspiracy theory." That is tactic that is used to advance the strategy through disinformation and propaganda.

The concept fits the the interests of the US military-intelligence-industrial-financial- political complex as a whole, and it is also good strategy for neutralizing the chief competitors of Western neoliberal globalism through hybrid warfare.

Tyler Healey said...

There is nothing wrong (and a whole lot right) with conspiracy theories. What's problematic is baseless, evidence-free conspiracy theories.

Intelligent, evidence-based conspiracy theorizing is healthy for a democracy. It's the kind of critical thinking that holds power accountable.