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The Lone Gladio Paperback – August 7, 2014
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Sibel Edmonds is editor of Boiling Frogs Post, founder-director of the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition, and author of the acclaimed book Classified Woman: The Sibel Edmonds Story. She is the recipient of the 2006 PEN/Newman’s Own First Amendment Award. Ms. Edmonds has been subjected to several government-asserted State Secrets Privilege orders, and the U.S. Congress has been indefinitely gagged and prevented from taking up her case through unprecedented retroactive classification orders issued by the Department of Justice. She is nationally recognized as the most classified woman in the United States. Ms. Edmonds is a certified linguist, fluent in four languages, and has an MA in public policy from George Mason University and a BA in criminal justice and psychology from George Washington University.
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While the book is filled with revealing information about terrorism, CIA spying of Congress, pedophilia with in the power elite, and much more, at the end of the day The Lone Glaido is above all else an excellent novel. No where in the book do we see the typical spy thriller cut out characters. Instead we are presented with complex individuals caught up in a destructive environment. Sibel Edmonds take the archetypal spy thriller characters and breathes life and truth into them all. The frank and brutal depiction of torture for instance is unparalleled in any fictional work, spy or otherwise. Once you begin reading you will find it impossible to out down.
On this the thirteenth anniversary of Sept. 11th we are still no where near understanding what truley transpired on that day. This novel goes a long way in contextualizing the nature of terrorism and those who are behind it. I can not recommend this book more. Read it and read it again. Sibel Edmonds is the real deal. This is a woman who had her entire life classified by the Federal Government because of the secrets she uncovered. What she done with this novel is create a way for anyone and everyone to understand what at times may seem impossible to comprehend. The Lone Gladio represents the first new step in defeating the powers that be and taking back our lives. If we never understand what is going on we will never break the physical and mental shackles that the power elite have made us wear. So thank you Sibel for all that you have done and continue to do. You will not be disappointed with this purchase.
The narrative is based on "Operation Gladio B" , an FBI codename adopted in 1997 for ongoing relations between US intelligence, the Pentagon, and Al Qaeda.The name refers to the original Operation Gladio, in which US intelligence had established groups stay-behind forces in Europe in preparation for a Soviet invasion. Assassinations.
Drug running. False flag ops. A shadow paramilitary global network. Synthetic wars - says the description on the back cover. And it continues: The murdered son of a U.S. mogul leads to the hiring of Ryan and Elsie, who are used and then trapped in a byzantine scheme of retribution: of black ops within black ops, trails gone cold, kidnappings, blackmail, unexplained murders . . . a plot that extends from Russia and Azerbaijan to Cambodia, Vietnam, and is buried inside the Deep State. For his final mission, in a world where reality now stands on its head—My enemy’s enemy is my enemy”—no one would be spared . . . the Gladio would be acting alone.” Former FBI special agent Dennis Saccher states Edmonds's story "should have been front page news" because it is "a scandal bigger than Watergate". I've never read a novel twice..but looks like this will be the first time. Obviously highly recommended!
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There is some truth in this book but the question is how
much and how deep or high it reaches.