The EyeOpener Report- Sibel Edmonds on Gladio B, Xinjiang Operations, Paris Shooting & Much More

Sibel Edmonds joins us today to discuss a range of issues, from terror operations in Xinjiang to Gladio B in Belgium and her reaction to the Paris shooting. We also talk about pseudo-alternative media, George Soros, and her new podcast, Probable Cause, and what she is hoping to accomplish with it.

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  1. John Phillips says:

    Hi Sibel!
    I roared with laughter! What did you say, “I don’t care if people think I’m beautiful or butt ugly.” I love it!

    I totally appreciate your candor and willingness to enter into debate that is open, frank with diverse views. This new phase of BFP sounds most interesting. Count me in! Hopefully, I may provide perspectives and information that your contributors find interesting.
    Best Regards and thanks for all you do.
    John

  2. John Phillips says:

    Hi Sibel!
    I roared with laughter! What did you say, “I don’t care if people think I’m beautiful or butt ugly.” I love it!

    I totally appreciate your candor and willingness to enter into debate that is open, frank with diverse views. This new phase of BFP sounds most interesting. Count me in! Hopefully, I may provide perspectives and information that your contributors find interesting.
    Best Regards and thanks for all you do.
    John

  3. Nice. For the record, I totally get the point you both made about doing this stuff for the right reasons, i.e., primarily because you find it personally worthwhile rather than some hope of imparting information to “the masses”, BUT: I learn a lot here. Sibel made the comment that a lot of the people in this community are already as well informed as she is, and I love the humility, but — speaking personally — I’m not! No way. How many of us spare a similar amount of time and energy to parse these issues on a daily basis over the same number of years? I feel like I’ve read everything there is to read about 9/11 about a thousand times over, but Xinjiang? Pipelineistan? All the stuff about Catli, and Gulen? I feel like I barely grasp it, except in a very broad sense. I get the gist. But I wouldn’t have even heard about these things if it weren’t for you guys (and your guests).

    I may not be “the masses”, but you’re certainly imparting a lot of valuable information to me! I’m not saying that’s the best reason to do it, I agree with your rationale on that point. But trust me: you’re also imparting valuable information that isn’t easy to come by elsewhere.

  4. The more you talk it out as natural and actual Fact, the more GLADIO b becomes the conversation. The more it comes into focus as predominant global tool that should be spoken off as easily as weather pattern.
    The interactive ‘knowledge/research’ your programs share, is very important. Whoever you are and why, whoever I am and why, it is up to us individually to consider and utilize the knowledge delivered. the information/research you share, reverberates. Knowledge is power. Ordinarily fragmented, knowledge from within the deepstate – which is what Sibel relates – is rare and necessary for those of us outside of it, to weight. Being small is fine if small I am. My research is ADDED to by yours and, as you say, others too are researching and THINKING minds adjust., correlate. expand and study the terrain with aims in mind to subvert OCT narratives..the unknown unknown is the bane of the PROMIS algorithm . We do not know when or from where the arc will come. But the spark of it exists in every one of us , humbly or not.
    The information connections made here and on other sites of like mind and degree, help make this a new day.

  5. donilo252525 says:

    Sibel,

    If you were couched in terms of a baseball player, you’d be the “clutch hitter,” the “slugger,” the “sure-handed shortstop,” the “ace of the pitching staff,” the “closer” (relief pitcher), the “rifle-armed right fielder,” the “hit it where they ain’t” batter, etc. etc. I’m excited to hear about your upcoming podcast Probable Cause. It should indeed shake things up a lot, and I think it will be for the good.

    BTW, you may be familiar with this, but in case you missed it:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIraCchPDhk.

    George Carlin, who took an “I don’t give a damn” approach for his comedy, was a spearhead for getting people to think outside the box and the “system.” His early death (yes, 70 was way too early for him) was a great loss for us all. I love just about all of his stuff (and he also has a wonderful rant about “stuff!.” 😉

    Keep doing what you do- we can’t get enough!

  6. donilo252525 says:

    Oh, that Auden could write poetry!

  7. Passing along some info, Sibel. Perhaps it makes more sense to you. I can’t understand a lot of the jargon but it appears to confirm what you are reporting on regarding the Turkey – Xinjiang connections. Hersh, Gauthier and the Coming of Terror in Xinjiang http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/12/25/hersh-gauthier-and-the-coming-of-terror-in-xinjiang/

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