Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds- How Gladio Morphed Its Al Qaeda Brand into ISIS- A Step-By-Step Illustration

A Gladio-Mainstream Media Partnership: The Recycling & Establishment of Designed Terror Brands

Welcome to our 21st edition of Probable Cause. In this episode we discuss branding and promoting terror organization brands. Specifically, we discuss how the deep-state and its partner, the media, go about designing, creating, branding and marketing self-created terror organization brands. Even more specifically, we look into two deep-state-created terror organization brands: Al Qaeda & ISIS. With vivid examples we illustrate the re-branding of the Al Qaeda Terror Corporation into the ISIS Terror Corporation. We provide comparison between the 2002-2003 Al Qaeda media marketing archives and the 2013-2015 ISIS media marketing coverage, and establish the uncanny sameness between the two brands.

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Show Notes

Syria: Secret US-NATO Training & Support Camp to Oust Current Syrian President (Nov 21, 2011)

The Continued Blackout on West’s Secret Training & Support Camp in Turkey for War on Syria (Dec 3, 2011)

Hundreds of US-NATO Soldiers Arrive & Begin Operations on the Jordan-Syria Border (Dec 11, 2011)

BREAKING: US Troops Deploying on Jordan-Syria Border (YouTube, Dec 11, 2011)

Al Qaeda Terrorists 'spread all over Europe' (2002)

The Qaeda Vipers in Europe's Bosom (2003)

ISIS Terror cell warning as Europe scrambles to handle threats (2015)

Pentagon: al-Qaeda Pursuing Bio Weapons (2003)

Islamic State Suspected of Using Chemical Weapon, U.S. Says (2015)

Laptop reportedly seized from ISIS hideout hints at bio weapons attack (2014)

ISIS is now the wealthiest terrorist organization on the planet (2014)

Drug Money Sustains al Qaeda (2003)

ISIS generates up to $1bn annually from trafficking Afghan heroin (2015)