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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Lun 6 Juin 2011 - 18:43

Mais c'est bien sur !

Tiens ! Tonton, lorsqu'il a accédé au trône, il a fait venir devant lui le grand vizir aux mains blanches qui sentait l'anis et lui a dit (en substance, je n'étais pas là... trop honnête !); "Je ne te lâches les chiens au cul, ni les Amerlo de la DEA avec les dossiers idoines, mais tu trouves fissa un moyen d'embaucher mon "Gauvin (voire la série Kamelot) en Afrique, loin d'ici, dans une sinécure aussi payante que celle de ton fils, ou de ton homme lige devenu préfet par ta seule volonté, le jour anniversaire de la mort de l'ancien président que vous avez tenté de discréditer par des rumeurs et des photos de cul truquées.

Eh !... Et quoi qui s'est passé ?... Je ne parles pas de cette interminable comédie judiciaire se jouant surtout dans les anti-chambres du ministère de l'injustice... non; je parle des milliards dont personne ne reverra plus jamais la trace... si ce ne sont les héritiers de ces cupides rapaces, marchant tous main dans la main en se foutant royalement des alternances; puisque le pognon dégringole toujours des mêmes sources ! !
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Lun 6 Juin 2011 - 22:54

OK, je suppose qu'on peut considérer dès lors comme acquis que mettre un ministre "au courant" voulait juste dire: "nous avons créé un service public qui s'occupera de tout en cas d'invasion soviétique, mais soyez assurés qu'il n'arrivera rien, et que notre machin est là, juste au cas où..."

Dans les faits, on lui en dit le moins possible, on reste évasif, on n'évoque même pas la liste des agents, etc...

Bon, je vais poser une question sans réponse: pouvez-vous imaginer une seconde que notre défunt VDB, ministre de la Défense, n'ait jamais été mis au parfum de ce qui se tramait dans les services dont il assurait la tutelle ?

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Ven 10 Juin 2011 - 13:48

GUY COEME ET MELCHIOR WATHELET BUTENT SUR LES SECRETS DU RESEAU CLANDESTIN STAY BEHIND. LES GLADIATEURS SONT TOUJOURS MUETS
GUILLAUME,ALAIN
Page 16
Jeudi 11 avril 1991
Guy Coëme et Melchior Wathelet butent sur les secrets du réseau clandestin «Stay Behind»
Les gladiateurs sont toujours muets
«Des noms!» Nouvelle démarche des ministres. Nouveau refus des chefs des agents.
Inquiets de savoir si les civils engagés dans le réseau de résistance clandestin Stay Behind ne sont pas mêlés aux «grandes affaires criminelles» de ces dernières années, les sénateurs de la Commission d'enquête parlementaire sur le Gladio ont - on s'en souvient - demandé aux militaires et aux fonctionnaires gérant ce réseau de livrer l'identité de leurs agents.
Au nom de principes, de l'efficacité, et du respect de la parole donnée, les officiers du SGR (le service de renseignement militaire) et les fonctionnaires de la Sûreté (le service de renseignement civil) ont refusé de livrer, fut-ce aux trois «sages» de la commission, l'identité de leurs «agents».
Dans l'incapacité de lire (ou de faire lire) les listes d'agents codées récupérées à Londres et Washington, le président de la Commission d'enquête, Roger Lallemand, a donc demandé, le mois dernier, aux patrons de la Justice et de la Défense, Melchior Wathelet et Guy Coëme, d'intervenir auprès des «gladiateurs» placés sous leur autorité. Les deux ministres sont intervenus. Une nouvelle démarche... qui s'est révélée inutile, nous disent «ceux qui ne disent rien».
En fait, le 26 mars dernier, un «sommet ministériel» réservé aux seules excellences concernées s'était tenu, dans une relative discrétion, pour débattre de la réponse à donner à Roger Lallemand. MM. Coëme et Wathelet n'appréhendant pas le problème de la même manière, il fut convenu que chaque ministre agirait auprès de «ses troupes» comme il croirait qu'il convenait le mieux.
Guy Coëme prit la décision de délier officiellement les militaires du SGR (la section SDRA-Cool de leur obligation de secret. Il le fit savoir par une lettre écrite au chef d'Etat-major général. Il y a une dizaine de jours, le général Charlier convoqua les officiers du SDRA-8 responsables du réseau Stay Behind et leur chef direct, le général Van Calster. Le général Charlier porta le contenu de cette lettre à la connaissance des militaires... qui répondirent dans l'instant et unanimement que cela ne changeait rien à leur attitude: ils avaient promis l'anonymat à leurs agents et ils respecteraient cette promesse, question de principes.
Melchior Wathelet adopta, semble-t-il, une attitude plus subtile et plus nuancée. On aurait fait savoir aux instructeurs et chefs de ligne de la Sûreté de l'Etat que, s'ils le souhaitaient, il n'était pas exclu que le ministre prenne lui-même, seul, ses responsabilités suivant des modalités à préciser. Mais l'habile et courageuse «petite idée» de Wathelet ne semble pas avoir obtenu plus de succès que la démarche de Coëme. Les agents de la Sûreté qui détiennent les «clés» pour lire les listes codées ont, dans un premier temps, hésité à les livrer. Après un contact avec leurs collègues du Stay Behind et amis militaires, par solidarité et par principe, ils ont refusé de «parler».
Comparer les listes de Stay Behind avec celles des grandes enquêtes sur le terrorisme et le banditisme est l'un des objectifs essentiels de la Commission. Face aux multiples refus des gladiateurs, cette Commission n'a plus beaucoup de choix possibles. Elle pourrait engager une épreuve de force de type judiciaire (dont les contours restent flous). Elle pourrait encore chercher «ailleurs» les clés de décodage puisque certains témoins affirment que des alliés au sein de la structure internationale Stay Behind les détiennent aussi. Elle pourrait enfin enquêter elle-même sur base des documents reçus de Londres et Washington (dans les valises contenant les listes codées).
Des documents non codés s'y trouvent, reprenant par exemple le résultat des enquêtes de moralité effectuées sur de futurs agents, sans les nommer mais en décrivant leur passé (situation de famille, études, emplois). Un travail qui impliquerait que la Commission reçoive d'autres moyens de travail que ceux qui lui sont chichement confiés et qui ne permet pas d'espérer qu'on ob
tienne le nom de tous les agents de Stay Behind en Belgique.
ALAIN GUILLAUME[/b]

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Ven 10 Juin 2011 - 16:16

Difficile a comprendre pour beaucoup !
Mais il y a des métiers ,ou la devise est :Jamais choisir entre l HONNEUR et l OBEISSANCE .
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Ven 10 Juin 2011 - 17:05

Voilà une devise bien commode, tout comme la raison d'état, qui permet de justifier et de cacher tout et n'importe quoi...

Dommage pour la démocratie...

Mais si je me souviens bien de l'émission RTBF Gladio de 1992, Lallemand évoquait le fait qu'ils avaient obtenu une partie des noms des agents du Stay-Behind belge SDRA-8. En sait-on plu à l'heure actuelle ?
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Dim 14 Aoû 2011 - 18:05

IDENTIFIER LES MEMBRES DE GLADIO LES DOSSIERS NON CODES DES GLADIATEURS
GUILLAUME,ALAIN
Page 17
Samedi 13 avril 1991
Identifier les membres de Gladio
Les dossiers non codés
des «gladiateurs»
Face aux derniers refus des agents civils (la Sûreté de l'État) et militaires (le SGR) du Gladio de révéler les noms de leurs agents, il reste peu de moyens aux sénateurs de la commission d'enquête sur le Gladio pour identifier les membres de ce réseau. L'un de ces moyens, révélions-nous, pourrait être la lecture attentive des «dossiers individuels» constitués avant le recrutement de tout agent.
Ces dossiers, en possession des sénateurs, ne sont pas codés. «L'agent 077 du Gladio était curé de la paroisse de X... entre telle et telle date», peut-on, par exemple, y lire. Il n'y aurait qu'à chercher. Certains commissaires souhaitent qu'on entreprenne ce travail et font remarquer que, sur les 56 dossiers de «gladiateurs» dépendant de la Sûreté, 45 sont sans doute identifiables.
Ces 56 agents étaient répartis en trois groupes. La Section E (26 hommes chargés de missions d'espionnage), la Section N (22 hommes pour les transmissions radio) et la Section P (8 spécialistes de l'évacuation de personnalités).
Tout le problème est maintenant de savoir si les sénateurs choisiront cette voie. Ce pourrait être une preuve de leur détermination. Et ce pourrait aussi être pire que de n'identifier personne.
Al. G.

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Dim 14 Aoû 2011 - 21:41


Un documentaire sur internet (en anglais) :

http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2010/07/09/18653266.php

In 1990, alarming evidence of NATO-sponsored terrorist attacks came to light. This is the shocking story of Operation Gladio; a tale of espionage, conspiracy and political violence [47mins]

They were to 'stay behind' if the Red Army overran Western Europe. Operating from secret hideouts behind enemy lines, they were to organise armed national resistance against the occupying Soviet forces.

Recruited and trained by the CIA and MI-6 and coordinated by NATO, Europe’s secret army was the most ambitious covert operation to defend democracy since the Second World War. But over time the top-secret stay-behind network set up by Britain and the United States in almost 20 European countries became involved in just the opposite: fixing elections, political assassinations, coups against democratically elected governments, and in what can only be described as acts of terrorism, which cost the lives of hundreds of Europeans. The story of Europe’s stay-behind network with names like GLADIO in Italy or SDRA8 in Belgium is one of the most powerfully hidden secrets of recent American and European history.

NATO’S SECRET ARMIES examines three major terror attacks: The Brabant massacres in Belgium, The Oktoberfest bombing in Germany and the Piazza Fontana killings in Italy. Through the testimony of former terrorists, Gladio, ex-CIA agents, diplomats, prosecutors and police investigators the film piecestogether the disturbing trail of influence behind each of the attacks andconsiders whether hundreds may have died at the hands of state sponsoredterrorism. More chillingly, it asks whether the strategy of tension mightstill be in use today.

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mar 30 Aoû 2011 - 20:35


Pour information, voici le résultat d'une petite recherche sur internet en partant de Gladio ...

Plessey est une société qui a des contrats d’armement.

MOD = Ministry of Defense

http://www.johnnypops.demon.co.uk/poetry/articles/lc/dishing-the-dirt.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plessey

( … ) I will gloss over the intervening years until 1989. That year I was working as a contract electrician at Plessey sonar and torpedo factory in Newport Gwent. I condemned the factory electrics ... for some serious reasons to do with corrupting test and calibration. This report was agreed as correct by MOD Procurement Executive experts sent to site. In discussing this matter I met Mike ROOTES, employed in Plessey security.

Mike had in 1972 been a Regional Crime Squad Detective constable from Gwent Police.

WE in 1989 were discussing groups like GLADIO (which you may never have heard of) ... a paramilitary group originally suggested by an MI6 officer in 1944 called Henry Nathan SPORBORG ... who happens to be Airey NEAVE's fellow trustee of Sue RYDER Homes.

Harry Sporborg was deputy head of the Special Operations Executive under Colin Gubbins during World War Two.

http://www.powerbase.info/index.php/Harry_Sporborg
http://www.powerbase.info/index.php/Special_Operations_Executive
http://www.powerbase.info/index.php/Colin_Gubbins
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/bilderberg
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/profiles/the-airey-neave-files-661625.html

The Airey Neave Files

Barrister, war hero, politician. Officially: murdered by Irish National Liberation Army, 30 March 1979. Unofficially: a spy who knew too much? Unanswered questions: was he involved in dirty tricks and extreme right-wing conspiracies? Why did he have to die? And is the full story about to be revealed ?

By Paul Vallely
Friday, 22 February 2002

(...)

This was, it must be remembered, the time, about 1970, when Auberon Waugh – fed by various sources, including his MI6 agent uncle Auberon Herbert – produced a series of clearly defamatory articles in Private Eye openly alleging that the former prime minister Harold Wilson was a KGB agent. Even as late as 1975, when Mrs Thatcher became leader of the Conservative Party, groups of senior Tories were secretly gathering to hear spy-writers such as Chapman Pincher address them on the "grave dangers facing Britain from the left".
It was in response to such beliefs, according to claims by the anti-fascist magazine Searchlight, that plans for secret armed cells to resist a more left-wing Labour government were drawn up by a group that included George Kennedy Young – the ex-deputy director of the British intelligence service MI6 and a notorious racist and anti-Semite – and Airey Neave. The claim gained unexpected credence when, despite official MoD denials, two former British Army generals – Sir Anthony Farrar-Hockley, the former Nato commander of Allied Forces Northern Europe, and General Sir Walter Walker, another former head of Nato's forces – confirmed that a secret armed network of selected civilians was set up in Britain after the war and was secretly modernised in the Thatcher years and maintained into the 1980s. Moreover, Searchlight alleged, Neave and Young were key figures in an extreme-right group called Tory Action, which was at the centre of a smear campaign, involving the secret services, aimed at discrediting the Labour government in Britain in 1975.

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Jeu 8 Sep 2011 - 13:03

Pour information ... même si le fil de discussion n'est pas tout-à-fait adapté ...

J'ai mis le livre " L'ordre nouveau " sur

http://www.scribd.com/doc/64239955/L-Ordre-nouveau

J'ai appris beaucoup de choses sur Maurice Lippens en le lisant ...
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mar 13 Sep 2011 - 12:07


A voir :

http://www.palestine-solidarite.org/analyses.Daniele_Ganser.060611.htm

La guerre secrète en Belgique

Danièle Ganser

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mar 13 Sep 2011 - 12:56


Une vidéo (1992) sur internet :

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=264709845600167246#

Extraordinary BBC documentary by Alan Francovich from 1992. Documents the existence of a covert terrorist network maintained throughout Europe by NATO, intended to discredit the political left. (Part 1: 47 min.)
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mar 13 Sep 2011 - 13:05



http://www.cambridgeclarion.org/press_cuttings/gladio_obs_7jun1992.html

GLADIO Europe's best kept secret

They were the agents who were to 'stay behind' if the Red Army overran Western Europe. But the network that was set up with the best intentions degenerated in some countries into a front for terrorism and far-right political agitation.Hugh O'Shaughnessy reports.

Hugh O'Shaughnessy, Observer, 7 June 1992, pages 53-54

The codename was Gladio and it was the most ambitious and secret operation in Western Europe since the Second World War. But now, with the Cold War over, it is ending on notes of pure farce.

The Belgian authorities have lost the code for getting in touch with their most secret agents, men who would have gone into action when the Soviet army swept into Flanders: they have no means of working it out again. One Belgian officer, Colonel Bernard Legrand, knows some of the names but he won't co-operate: it's confidential he says. The British and United States governments know how to break the code but won't tell the wretched Belgians.

At 10.15 on the morning of 31 January last year Colonel Jean Bodart of Belgian military intelligence landed in a Belgian air force plane at RAF Northolt. He collected 13 packages filled with cyphers and an old Remington type-writer from British intelligence and two hours later flew back to Brussels. The packages contained the names of the members of the Gladio network in Belgium. The Remington typewriter was part of the decoding equipment. But Belgian intelligence, whose skills at cryptography have sadly been allowed to get rusty, have wrestled in vain with the task of decyphering the names in the packages.

One day in 1984 a party of US Marines set out from an airport north of London. Highly trained men, each fluent in one Eastern European language, they parachuted to their secret rendezvous and were met by an agent, a local bank manager, who offered them guidance. They lived off the land for a fortnight, hiding from the local civilian population as they stalked towards their prey. Steathily they approached their objective and opened fire, killing a warrant officer. One of the Marines lost an eye in the operation.

Their language skills were not much use: the objective was the police station in the sleepy southern Belgian town of Vielsalm and none of the Marines spoke French. If they had, they could have saved one man's life and another man's eye.

The object of the exercise had been twofold: to jolt the local Belgian police into a higher state of alert and, no less important, to give the impression to the population at large that the comfortable and well-fed Kingdom of Belgium was on the brink of red revolution. Guns used in the operation were later planted by a shadowy Belgian intelligence outfit in the Brussels squat used by a Communist splinter group.

On such notes of opera buffa is Gladio being wound up. Mercifully for the reputations of all concerned perhaps, the farce is overlaying memories of large-scale incursions into terrorism and crime which transformed a clever plan to defend Western democracy into a scheme which, according to startling new evidence unearthed by Observer researchers in many countries, struck at the very roots of Western values of freedom and the rule of law.

Starting as an unexceptional piece of forward planning, it moved on to unauthorised political surveillance and then, finally, to the mounting of a series of outrages with the far Right which cost the lives of hundreds of innocent Europeans. The dead include at least one Western European leader, Aldo Moro of Italy. Much still remains to be investigated, particularly about Gladio's operations in Franco's Spain.

The strategy behind Gladio when it was set up in the late 1940s was impeccable. As Stalin consolidated his political and military power in Eastern Europe and promoted his version of totalitarianism where he could, the Western allies came together to prevent any recurrence of the debacles at the beginning of the Second World War when democracies were knocked over like nine-pins by the Wehrmacht.

In 1939 and 1940 the German army had been able to overrun its European neighbours with supreme ease. Polish cavalry was no match for German tanks, the Dutch surrendered after Rotterdam had been destroyed from the air, Paris was taken without difficulty, scarcely a shot was fired as the Nazis conquered Denmark. The Channel Islands, the only British soil Hitler conquered, had already been deemed indefensible.

As the swastika flew everywhere in Europe, from Brittany to the Russian steppes, it was only with the greatest difficulty and sacrifice that resistance movements were established from Britain which were eventually to be capable of harrying and sabotaging the German army of occupation and finally to collaborate with the Allied forces of liberation.

Such a lack of foresight, it was agreed in Western capitals, was never to be permitted again in the face of Stalin's threat, particularly after the Communist putsch in Prague in 1948. Under the aegis of Britain and the US, a secret network of recruits was to be set up all over the continent. They were to be provided with caches of radios, money and weapons.

If the Red Army did overrun Western Europe and Western armies were defeated and forced to flee, there would be someone left with intimate local knowledge who could receive orders from abroad, send out information and go into action against the Soviet occupation forces. They were not to be so many Captain Mainwarings, openly organised in Dad's Army outfits around the local drill hall, who could be easily rounded up by the Russians. Their role was to be serious and totally clandestine. They were to be known as 'stay-behinds'

This continent-wide operation, which became known as Gladio, also had the task of keeping an eye on what were considered domestic threats to Western democracies by agents of the Soviet Union. In the post-war years when Moscow-line Communist parties were strong, particularly in France and Italy, that task was challenging. It was to lead to particular abuses.

Although the networks were initially set up at the initiative of democratically elected national leaders, they soon took on and independent life of their own so that even commanders-in-chief, defence ministers, prime ministers and presidents were unaware of what they were doing.

The network and their caches were to remain ultra-secret until 1990. General Bernard Rogers, the former US commander of Nato, for instance, says he was unaware of the details. 'The organisation of any stay-behinds must have been at the national level and not at the Nato level,' he comments.

The lid was lifted a little in November 1990 by the Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti, who had strongly denied the existence of Gladio for well over a decade. In a statement to parliament in Rome, Andreotti became the first major politician to talk publicly of the project.

IT ALL started at the end of the last war. On 27 January 1949 Sir Stewart Menzies, head of MI6, set out the grand strategy in a top secret and personal letter to Paul-Henri Spaak, the Belgian Socialist Prime Minister who was later to become secretary-general of Nato. As the idea took shape, Sir Stewart wrote of Anglo-Belgian collaboration in particular:

The present object of this collaboration should be directed to two main aims:

a) The improvement of our information on the subject of Cominform and potential enemy activities in so far as they concern our two countries.

b) The preparation of appropriate intelligence and action organisations in the event of war.


At the same time the letter, a copy of which is in The Observer's possession, throws light on what became an increasingly important factor in the Gladio operation - the rivalry between the British and the Americans.

Menzies continued:

I have always regarded American participation in the defence of Western Europe as a matter of capital importance. I am however, convinced that all effort, American not excluded, must be integrated into an harmonious whole. Should, therefore, the Americans wish to pursue with your Service certain preparations to meet the needs of war, I regard it as essential - and I understand I have your agreement - that these activities should be co-ordinated with my own. Such co-ordination, moreover, will prevent undesirable repercussions with the Western Union chiefs of Staff. I have already indicated to the Head of the American Service that I am ready to work out plans for detailed co-operation with him on this basis, and I therefore suggest that any projects formulated by them should be referred back to Washington for subsequent discussion between the British and American Services in London.

The correspondence should, Menzies suggested, be regarded as 'highly secret'.

Early the following month Spaak wrote back to Menzies agreeing with his ideas but begging Britain and the US to get their act together.

I agree with you that it would be highly desirable that the three services (British, American and Belgian) should collaborate closely. If two of them, the American and the British, refuse that collaboration, the situation of the Belgian service would be extremely delicate and difficult.

Thus I feel it is indispensable that at the highest level there should be negotiations to settle this question...

In the event both powers helped to pay for the Gladio operations in Belgium. Senator Roger Lallemand, had of the parliamentary inquiry into Gladio set up in Belgium after Andreotti's revelations, recalls: 'What was striking about the Belgian stay-behinds was that the financing at the beginning was in part undertaken by the British and the Americans. We were able to note that the Belgian stay-behinds had received gold coins...The sums were quite large and in fact were stored away since they couldn't have been used.'

As the years went by, the stay-behind network, which ended up as a semi-detached operation of Nato, extended across Europe, the British taking the lead in Belgium, the Netherlands, Scandinavia and the Iberian peninsula, the Americans elsewhere. The fact that various powers involved were not members of Nato - did not hinder Gladio being extended to their territory. The names of all the stay-behinds were lodged for safe keeping in London and Boston, Massachusetts.

The extreme secrecy, and lack of supervision of the Gladio networks by elected governments meant that time and again they were to fall victim to right-wing extremists inside and outside the Western security services, who set their own political agendas and acted on them.

The way down that slippery slope was typified by the attitude of James Jesus Angleton, the CIA's chief of counter-intelligence. According to his biographer Tom Mangold, Angleton was convinced that Harold Wilson and Willy Brandt were Moscow agents. His black list of pro-Communists also included Henry Kissinger, the Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson and Averell Harriman, a former US Ambassador in Moscow and governor of New York.

A US military field manual published for the guidance of its officers stated: 'There may be times when host-country governments fall into passivity or indecision in face of Communist or Communist-inspired subversion and react with inadequate vigor to intelligence estimates transmitted by US agencies...In such cases US army intelligence must have the means of launching special operations which will convince host-country governments and public opinion of the reality of insurgent action and assess the counter-action.'

Although doubt has been cast on the authenticity of the text, Ray Cline, a former deputy director of the CIA who joined US intelligence as a young man during the Second World War, has no doubt it is genuine.

In Belgium, for instance, all evidence points to the fact that a US-born Gladio agent, Wood Gardiner, infiltrated the Belgian pacifist movement and persuaded some of its members in 1984 to steal shells from the missile base at Florenne. When the theft was discovered it did the pacifist cause no good at all.

More important were the apparently random shootings in Belgian supermarkets which ended with a particularly nasty incident in 1983 in the town of Aalst, a few miles from Brussels, which became known as the Brabant-Walloon massacres. Senator Lallemand has linked the killings to 'the work of foreign governments or of intelligence services working for foreigners, a terrorism aimed a destabilising democratic society'.

Martial Lekeu, a former member of the Belgian gendarmerie who was close to the investigation of the atrocities, that members of his own force were involved in the murders and that official inquiries into it were aborted.

The British authorities, leaders with Washington in the scheme, are refusing all comment on Gladio. But

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The secrets of Gladio
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information about Britain's role has come from parliamentary and other investigations carried out elsewhere in Europe.

Belgian documents, starting with Spaak's letter of 1949, show what a major role Britain has constantly played. Papers presented to the parliamentary inquiry set up in Belgium on Gladio show that in Belgium in 1981 and in Britain in 1982 Belgian personnel received training from British instructors. In April 1982 Belgians prepared for a Gladio exercise involving Britain and the US, codenamed Blackbird, which was called off at the last minute when Argentina invaded the Falklands.

In 1990 Colonel S. Schwebach of Belgian intelligence reported to his Defence Minister that an exercise called Waterland had taken place the previous year. In it, members of the Royal Marines Special Boat Squadron parachuted into the seas off the coast of Flanders, were guided ashore by Belgian civilians and went on to simulate the dynamiting of the massive canal locks at Zeebrugge.

There were even reports, so far unconfirmed, in Belgium that Belgian personnel had been part of a recent Gladio exercise in Britain aimed at demonstrating that Dover docks could be put out of action were the Russians to occupy Kent.

Britain was active too in the Gladio operation in Switzerland. Effrem Cattalan, who headed the Swiss P26 intelligence organisation and helped to organise Gladio in his country, told us how his organisation 'has English colleagues who instructed them in general training, like covert operations and parachute jumps at night in which England has had exceptionally good experience since the war'.

The British also collaborated, he said, with his predecessor at P26, Colonel Albert Bachmann, for the possible evacuation of the headquarters of a Swiss resistance movement to Britain, known as Operation Edelweiss. The report of the Swiss official investigation into the Gladio affair, led by Judge Pierre Cornu and published last September, shows that, with admirable meticulousness, a supply of Swiss army buttons and other insignia was lodged, against the day they might come in useful, in the safe of the Swiss embassy in Bryanston Square.

Discussions, the Swiss inquiry revealed, had also taken place between 1976 and 1979 about the evacuation of a Swiss government-in-exile to Ireland if the Russians had come over the Alps.

Unlike the Nato countries, Cattalan claimed, the Swiss banned British or other foreign military personnel from taking part in exercises on Swiss soil. According to the Swiss report, however, such exercises did take place, some codenamed Targum, probably annually between 1973 and 1979, certainly from 1982 to 1988. Others, called Cravat and Susanne, were held in 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986 and 1988.

The report frankly confesses that such were the links between the Swiss and the British officials and agents who dealt with the Gladio scheme that British intelligence knew more about Swiss plans than the Swiss government and high command.

No detail was too small for the Swiss judges. Their report expressed concern, for instance, that the issuing by Swiss officials of false documents to Swiss agents of Gladio who went abroad infringed federal law. It went on to point out that one Swiss Gladio agent who had used his false identity card to obtain a fishing licence in Britain had contravened Article Six of the Swiss penal code, which covers the punishment in Switzerland of crimes committed by Swiss abroad.

Meanwhile, at least one British family still mourns a victim of the darkest chapter of Gladio, a series of bombings a decade ago which were at first attributed to the Red Brigades.

The largest, at Bologna railway station on 2 August 1980, claimed 86 lives. Harry Mitchell, a civil servant, and his wife Shirley, of Bloomfield Road, Bath, lost their daughter Catherine, who was 21. She died in the blast with her 22-year-old fiance John Kolpinski, from Bristol. Her body was so disfigured that it was identified only by the Miss Selfridge label on her blouse.

The explosion was part of a series of atrocities which left at least 300 dead as bombs went off in the Piazza Fontana in Milan, on trains at Brescia and on the Naples-Milan express in a tunnel south of Bologna. The Mitchells are outraged that Britain is refusing to extradite back to Italy one of those sought for questioning about the crime, Roberto Fiore.

Fiore, now 33, has lived freely here in Pimlico since 1980, running a prosperous accommodation agency and mixing in extreme right, anti-semitic circles. There is strong suspicion that MI6 is grateful for information Fiore was able to give them about Lebanon, where he learnt some of his terrorist techniques, and is blocking efforts to question him.

The Mitchells got no satisfaction when they wrote about the Fiore affair to Mrs Thatcher in Downing Street in June 1985. But the other day they were been brought up to date on British government thnking. On 29 March, Sir Patrick Mayhew, then Attorney-General, explained in a letter to the Mitchells' MP, Chris Patten, how British justice could do nothing about sending Fiore back.

The Italian railway bombings were blamed on the extreme Left as part of a strategy to convince voters that the country was in a state of tension and that they had no alternative to voting the safe Christian Democrat ticket. All clues point to the fact that they were masterminded from within Gladio.

Francesco Cossiga, who stepped down from the presidency of Italy in April, helped to organise Gladio when he was Interior Minister. He recalls how Britain and the US collaborated in setting up the network in Italy in 1951, 'concerned with what might happen to Europe if it were invaded'.

He traces the official formalities at the inauguration of Gladio by the principal figures of the Atlantic Alliance. At the instigation of the Supreme Commander Allied Forces Europe, the first statute of the clandestine planning committee to oversee Gladio was approved.

'It was agreed that three countries, the US, France and Britain, would be permanent members and the rest would be associate members - that meant Denmark, Norway, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Greece and Turkey. Italy was invited to become an associate member. Italy turned down this invitation and instead asked to become an permanent member, but did not get an answer at the time. In 1956 Germany joined.' Cossiga adds: 'It was standard policy of Nato to deny the existence of anything that it had been agreed to keep secret.'

He described how he was Interior Minister when Moro was kidnapped. He contacted Merlyn Rees, then Britain's Home Secretary, for help and together they visited the SAS headquarters in Hereford. Thus Gladio in Italy was seeking help from British forces involved in training Gladio personnel so that the Italians could put an end to an Italian terrorist action launched with the knowledge of Gladio itself.

Decimo Garau, an army doctor and friend of Cossiga, told us how he had a week's training at Poole with British special services, practising parachute landings in the English Channel before visiting the SAS at Hereford.

No less important were the continuing concerns about the political strength of the Communists. Senator Libero Gualtieri, head of the Italian parliamentary inquiry into Gladio, told us: 'When Gladio was started, the Americans would often insist in their briefings, their meetings, that the organisation also had to be used to counter any insurgencies.'

Galtieri explained how the secret service tail soon began to wag the government dog. He cites the case of Amintore Fanfani, Prime Minister six times, and Giovanni Spadolini, also Prime Minister and Defence Minister, neither of whom was informed of Gladio. 'To a large extent Gladio was hidden from the politicians because we allowed a situation in which the secret services had the task of those in power and not vice versa.'

LICIO GELLI, head of the P2 freemasons' lodge, who fought for Franco in the Spanish Civil War, was one of the greyest eminences in post-war Italy. He later became enmeshed with the Vatican in the Banco Ambrosiano swindle. After the war, he was recruited by Canadian occupying forces to work in the 'stay-behind' operation being set up throughout Italy. There were, he told us, 250 Gladio squads, each consisting of nine men.

'Many came from the ranks of the mercenaries who had fought in the Spanish Civil War and many came from the fascist republic of Salo. They chose individuals who were proved anti-Communists. I know it was a well-constructed organisation. Had Communist strength grown in Italy, America would have assisted us, we would have unleashed another war and we would have been generously supplied with arms from the air.'

He is convinced that the Italian authorities let Aldo Moro go to his death. 'I think Moro could have been saved. Everything can be salvaged in Italy if someone wants to salvage it.'

Vincenzo Vinciguerra, a convinced Fascist who was a member of the extremist Ordine Nuovo organisation and had close links with Gladio, has testified to us of his personal involvement in such schemes. Now serving a long sentence in Parma prison for his part in the killing of three carabinieri in the village of Peteano, he talked despite the Italian authorities' efforts to prevent access to him.

'You had to attack civilians, the people, women children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game,' he said. 'The reason was quite simple. They were supposed to force these people, the Italian public, to turn to the State to ask for greater security. This is the political logic that lies behind all the massacres and the bombings which remain unpunished, because the State cannot convict itself or declare itself responsible for what happened.'

Vinciguerra recounted how the authorities covered the traces after the killing of the three carabinieri. 'A whole mechanism came into action - that is, the carabinieri, the Minister of the Interior, the customs services and the military and civilian intelligence services accepted the ideological reasoning behind the attack.'

The commanders of the carabinieri foiled a thorough investigation of the Peteano affair for years, he claims. 'It was more convenient to cover it up than to turn on those who killed their comrades. All the members of the Red Brigades were known by the police, the carabinieri and the intelligence bureaux and on one made nay attempt to stop them. So you see, "revolutionary warfare" should not be seen as being directed against Western democracy but rather as the means of defence adopted by Western democracies and implemented cynically and indiscriminately.'

The gravest charge against the Gladio project is that it co-operated in - or at least did nothing to prevent - the kidnapping and killing of Aldo Moro, a former Prime Minister of Italy. Moro, a Catholic and Christian Democrat, was known for his view that the Italian Communist Party should be brought closer to government.

It is well known that Moro died in March 1978 at the hand of the Red Brigades. What is less understood, but borne out by a number of well-informed witnesses, is that the Red Brigades were deeply infiltrated by Western intelligence. At the time of Moro's killing the principal leaders of the Brigades were in prison. Colonel Oswald Le Winter of the CIA, who served as a US liaison officer with Gladio, goes as far as to say that the planning staff of the Brigades was made up of intelligence agents. From his prison cell, Vinciguerra agrees.

How was it that Colonel Guglielmi, a senior figure in Italian intelligence, was on hand in the Via Fani in Rome when Moro was kidnapped and his body-guards murdered? Why did Guglielmi say he was there by accident on the way to lunch with a friend when the kidnapping happened at nine o'clock in the morning? Why was it that the bullets which killed the bodyguards were of a type only used by the Italian special services?

As Gladio winds down and governments on the continent declare they have shut down their parts of the operation, the silence in Whitehall and the almost total lack of curiosity among MPs about an affair in which Britain was so centrally involved are remarkable. Perhaps John Major's new commitment to more openness in government will eventually produce some answers to the many Gladio riddles.

'The Ringmasters', the first of three weekly Observer Film Company programmes on Gladio in the 'Timewatch' series, will be shown on BBC2 on Wednesday at 8.15pm. They are directed by Allan Francovich and produced by Kimi Zabihyan.

Clarion notes
The text above was taken by Clarion directly from a copy of the Observer.

Like other newspaper articles on Gladio, it is (self-evidently) filled with contrived apologetics for Gladio and terrorism. To take just a few examples, on page 54 there is a photograph with the caption: "Aldo Moro's body is found in Rome in 1978. Could the secret services have prevented his kidnap?" In fact the real question - as the text of even this article makes clear - is not whether the "secret services" could have prevented his kidnap and murder but whether they were involved in murdering him. Gladio, the Observer asserts in the first paragraph, without a shred of supporting argument or evidence, "was set up with the best intentions". We are not told how the Observer was able to divine the intentions of the the network's creators. The description of US Marines invading Belgium in 1984 is so badly written that it is impossible to be sure what it means. Is O'Shaughnessy suggesting that they murdered a Belgian police officer? And afterwards were in a conspiracy to pervert the course of justice with planted evidence? And this he describes as a "farce" and "opera buffa".

On page 53 there are three photographs from right to left, a portrait photograph of an elderly man wearing glasses, rubble in a damaged building with men climbing over it, and another portrait photograph of a younger man. The caption reads: "A key figure in the 'stay-behind' operation, P2 Lodge head Licio Gelli, and (right) fascist terrorist Vincenzo Vinciguerra. Was Gladio involved in the bombing of Bologna railway station?(centre)/Photographs by Vladimir Sichov and Graham Macindoe"

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http://www.cambridgeclarion.org/press_cuttings/vinciguerra.p2.etc_graun_5dec1990.html

Secret agents, freemasons, fascists... and a top-level campaign of political 'destabilisation'

Ed Vulliamy, Guardian, 5 December 1990, page 12

Ed Vulliamy in Rome on the 'strategy of tension' that brought carnage and cover-up

'I CAN say that the head of the secret services has repeatedly and unequivocally excluded the existence of a hidden organisation of any type or size," the Italian Minister of Defence, Giulio Andreotti, told a judicial inquiry in 1974 into the alleged existence of a secret state army.

Four years later, the scene repeated itself in front of judges investigating a fascist bombing in Milan.

Last month, however, Andreotti - now Prime Minister - confirmed the now infamous Gladio organisation had indeed existed since 1958, with the sanction of the political authorities, as a paramilitary "clandestine network" prepared to fight a Warsaw Pact invading army.

The Gladio saga resulted from two sources unhappy with Andreotti's 1974 explanation. The first was a group of judges examining letters uncovered in Milan during October in which the murdered Christian Democrat leader, Aldo Moro, said he feared a shadow organisation, alongside "other secret services of the West ... might be implicated in the destabilisation of our country".

His words were taken to point to the "Strategy of Tension" in the 1970s, violent and usually fascist-inspired outrages designed to justify increased state power and isolate the Left.

Meanwhile, two judges in Venice were investigating one such outrage - the murder of three policemen by a fascist car bomb in Peteano in 1972. Felice Casson and Carlo Mastelloni had stumbled across Gladio.

Testimonies collected by the two men and by the Commission on Terrorism in Rome, and inquiries by the Guardian, indicate Gladio was involved in activities which do not square with Andreotti's account.

Links between Gladio, Italian secret service bosses and the notorious P2 masonic lodge are manifold. The chiefs of all three secret services - Generals Santovito (SISMI), Grassini (SISDE) and Cellosi (CESSIS) - were members of the lodge. In the year that Andreotti denied Gladio's existence, the P2 treasurer, General Siro Rosetti, gave a generous account of "a secret security structure made up of civilians, parallel to the armed forces".

There are also overlaps between senior Gladio personnel and the committee of military men, Rosa dei Vent, which tried to stage a coup in 1970.

A briefing minute of June 1, 1959, reveals Gladio was built around "internal subversion". It was to play "a determining role...not only on the general policy level of warfare, but also in the politics of emergency".

In the 1970s, with communist electoral support growing and other leftists looking menacing, the establishment turned to the "Strategy of Tension" - with Gladio eager to be involved.

General Gerardo Serravalle, a former head of "Office R", told the terrorism commission that at a crucial Gladio meeting in 1972, at least half of the upper echelons "had the idea of attacking the communists before an invasion. They were preparing for civil war."

Later he put it more bluntly: "They were saying this: 'Why wait for the invaders when we can make a pre-emptive attack now on the communists who would support the invader?'"

The idea is now emerging of a Gladio web made up of semi-autonomous cadres which - although answerable to their secret service masters and ultimately to the Nato-CIA command - could initiate what they regarded as anti-communist operations by themselves, needing only sanction and funds from the existing "official" Gladio column.

General Pietro Corona, head of the "R" office from 1969-70, told the Venice inquiry about "an alternative clandestine network, parallel to Gladio, which knew about the arms and explosives dumps and who had access to them". General Nino Lugarese, head of SISMI from 1981-84 testified on the existence of a "Super Gladio" of 800 men responsible for "internal intervention" against domestic political targets.

The Venetian judges identifed two arms dumps referred to by Andreotti. One, hidden beneath a cemetery near Verona, contains 18 453-gram bundles of the potent C4 plastic explosive officially confirmed last week as used at Peteano.

Gen Serravalle testified to irregularities at another dump, near Trieste. There, he says, Gladio had logged seven containers of C4. When the Carabinieri dug up the arsenal in February 1972 - two months before the Peteano attack near by - there were only four containers left; three had been inexplicably removed.

An extraordinary testimony remains in the labyrinth of paperwork surrounding the "Strategy of Tension", Vincenzo Vinciguerra, a member of the fascist group Avanguardia Nazionale, is serving life for his part in the Peteano bombing.

In 1984, questioned by Judges examining the 1980 Bologna station bomb in which 82 people were killed and for which two secret service agents were convicted, he said: "With the massacre of Peteano, and with all those that have followed, the knowledge should by now be clear that there existed a real live structure, occult and hidden, with the capacity of giving a strategic direction to the outrages." The structure, he said, "lies within the state itself".

"There exists in Italy a secret force parallel to the armed forces, composed of civilians and military men, in an anti-Soviet capacity - that is, to organise a resistance on Italian soil against a Russian army... A secret organisation, a super-organisation with a network of communications, arms and explosives, and men trained to use them... "A super-organisation which, lacking a Soviet military invasion which might not happen, took up the task, on Nato's behalf, of preventing a slip to the left in the political balance of the country. This they did, with the assistance of the official secret services and the political and military forces..."

Vinciguerra has now made this statement to the Guardian: "The terrorist line was followed by camouflaged people, people belonging to the security apparatus, or those linked to the state apparatus through rapport or collaboration. I say that every single outrage that followed from 1969 fitted into a single, organised matrix... Avanguardia Nazionale, like Ordine Nuovo (the main right-wing terrorist group active during the 1970s), were being mobilised into the battle as part of an anti-communist strategy originating not with organisations deviant from the institutions of power, but from within the state itself, and specifically from within the ambit of the state's relations within the Atlantic Alliance."

Late last Thursday, the current head of the Secret Services, General Paolo Inzerilli, announced that Gladio had been disbanded two days earlier. The official closing of the Gladio book, however, is unlikely to abort the plot.

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"WMR has been informed by reliable sources that the Belgian pedophile scandal also involved top American officials and is linked to the pedophile networks active in Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and Omaha during the same time frame, the 1980s. In some cases, Belgian and other European politicians engaged in Pink Ballet activities were blackmailed by the CIA into backing NATO initiatives in Europe."

Wayne Madson Report 13 Sept 2011

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Pour Willy-Nilly :

Est-il possible d'en savoir plus ? J'ai lu des informations sur les affaires de pédophilie aux USA ... elles auraient impliqué des gens importants ... mais je n'en sais guère plus. Bien entendu, le chantage est alors possible ...

Sur le site

http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/articles/20110913

Je lis ce qui suit :

September 13-14, 2011 -- Breivik massacre has "Gladio" clues from previous massacres in Belgium
publication date: Sep 13, 2011
Knights Templar connection between Norwegian and Belgian neo-Nazis.

Cela pourrait être très intéressant mais demande d'être confirmé et analysé en profondeur.

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 14 Sep 2011 - 11:41

http://pilotsfor911truth.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=21621

September 13-14, 2011 -- Breivik massacre has "Gladio" clues from previous massacres in Belgium

The CIA's infamous "stay-behind" networks, originally established by the CIA to commit acts of sabotage against an expected Soviet invasion of Western Europe, was, instead, used in the 1970s and 1980s, amid calls for peace and an end to the Cold War in Europe, to stage "false flag" terrorist attacks that were blamed on Communist cells in Western Europe. In fact the terrorist attacks were carried out by right-wing paramilitaries on the payroll of the CIA.

The terror visited by the Gladio fear-stoking paramilitaries was especially felt in the Belgian province of Brabant where the Brabant Gang, active from 1982 and 1985, the height of Europe's anti-nuclear and anti-U.S. military campaign. Twenty eight people were killed by the Brabant Gang with scores of others injured. Particularly targeted were Delhaize supermarkets, the chain that owns Food Lion in the United States.

Oddly, money stolen from victims was sometimes found dumped by the gang members. Three of the killings stemmed from the robbery of an arms dealer. There were several reports that the Brabant Gang was run by elements of the Belgian Gendarmerie SDRA6 (Service de documentation, de renseignments et d'action VI) -- a secret branch of Belgian security -- and the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, acting on behalf of the CIA. The Brabant Gang was also linked to the activities of a neo-Nazi organization in Belgium called the Westland New Post, whose terrorist actions were blamed by authorities on the Communist Combatant Cells, also believed to be a construct of the Belgian and American security services.

Among the victims of the Brabant Gang were Belgian real estate tycoon Jacques Fourez and his secretary, Elise Dewit, killed by the gangsters in 1983. Their deaths as well as others were linked to the evidence they possessed of secret parties, called "pink ballets," at which Belgium's elite, including members of the royal family, NATO officers, and politicians, participated in orgies with underage males and females.

There is another link between the Belgian Gladio operations in the 1980s and the activities of Anders Behring Breivik in Norway. A number of Belgian neo-Nazi paramilitary members were connected to the Order of the Solar Temple, a secret society founded in the 1960s by French Nazis. The Order of the Solar Temple is a cult following of the Knights Templar. Breivik and his closest associates were also affiliated with anti-Islamic Knights Templar groups. Between 1994 and 1997, a number of Solar Temple members were murdered ritualistic-style or committed mass suicide. The deaths occurred in Cheiry and Salvan, in western Switzerland; Vercors, France; and Morin Heights and Saint-Casimir, Quebec.

Japanese television journalists who contacted this editor in 2000 had discovered similar links between the Solar Temple and the CIA as they had previously discovered existed between the CIA and the Japanese murder and suicide religious cult, Aum Shinrikyo. The Order of the Solar Temple was founded in 1984 by Joseph di Mambro, a former Rosicrucian, and Luc Jouret, born in the Belgian Congo and a Marxist-turned-neo-Nazi. In 1984, Shoko Asahara founded Aum Shirinkyo, which means "Supreme Truth." Aum Shirinkyo soon attracted a number of influential adherents, including members of the Japanese royal family. In 1995, Aum attacked the Tokyo subway system with sarin.

In the mid-1990s, Belgian gangster Marc Dutroux was arrested for carrying out a series of kidnappings of young girls, who he proceeded to sexually abuse, torture, and in four cases, murder. Dutroux's parents had emigrated to the Belgian Congo but later returned to Belgium. Dutroux's kidnappings and abuse of young girls occurred during the 1980s, the same time frame that members of the Belgian elite were engaging in orgies with underage girls and boys. Dutroux was constantly letboff the hook by the Belgian authorities and the police's failure to take prompt and severe action against the pedophile rapist ultimately led to the reorganization of Belgian law enforcement. One of the first trial judges in the Dutroux case, Jean-Marc Connerotte, testified that he was threatened by shadowy figures in the highest echelons of the government for trying the case against Dutroux. Dutroux was finally convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment in 2004. Dutroux was also convicted of having murdered his one-time accomplice, Bernard Weinstein.

WMR has been informed by reliable sources that the Belgian pedophile scandal also involved top American officials and is linked to the pedophile networks active in Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and Omaha during the same time frame, the 1980s. In some cases, Belgian and other European politicians engaged in Pink Ballet activities were blackmailed by the CIA into backing NATO initiatives in Europe.
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 14 Sep 2011 - 13:38

Pour information (sans être certain qu'il y ait un lien) :

http://www.franklinscandal.com/cos/

http://franklinscandal.com/franklinscandal_book.html

Si c'est de cela dont il est question, les autorités judiciaires des Etats-Unis n'y ont pas cru :

Franklin child prostitution ring allegations

The Franklin child prostitution ring allegations were a series of high-profile accusations and legal actions between 1988 and 1991 surrounding an alleged child sex ring serving prominent citizens of Omaha, Nebraska, as well as high-level U.S. politicians.[1] The allegations centered around the actions of Lawrence E. King, director of the recently-collapsed Franklin Community Federal Credit Union in Omaha and a prominent local political figure. Two grand juries ruled the allegations to be false and two purported victims were indicted for perjury[2] (one was convicted and sentenced to 9–15 years in prison[3]) though numerous conspiracy theories persisted afterwards.[1]

References

1.^ a b Jenkins, Philip (2004). Moral Panic: Changing Concepts of the Child Molester in Modern America. Yale University Press. pp. 174-5. ISBN 9780300109634.

2.^ Robbins, Williams (July 29, 1990).
"Omaha Grand Jury Sees Hoax in Lurid Tales". The New York Times. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C0CE2D91630F93AA15754C0A966958260. Retrieved May 13, 2011. ;
"Omaha Tales of Sexual Abuse Ruled False". The New York Times. Associated Press. September 27, 1990. http://www.nytimes.com/1990/09/27/us/omaha-tales-of-sexual-abuse-ruled-false.html?. Retrieved May 13, 2011.

3.^ USA Today: p. 6A. August 9, 1991. "Alisha Owen, convicted of lying to grand jury probing charges of sex and drug abuse in failure of Omaha credit union, was sentenced to 9 to 15 years in prison."
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 14 Sep 2011 - 14:53


L'article de

http://pilotsfor911truth.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=21621

mentionne aussi l' Ordre du Temple Solaire (OTS).

Voir WIKIPEDIA :

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ordre_du_Temple_solaire

et

http://www.voltairenet.org/Rapport-de-la-Commission-d-enquete,7296

Rapport de la Commission d’enquête parlementaire belge sur les pratiques illégales des sectes - Commission rogatoire relative à l’Ordre du temple solaire (OTS) - Seconde audition de M. Bulthé, juge d’instruction, et audition de M. François, gendarme, membre de la " cellule OTS "

Archives | 15 avril 1997

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AFP, 26 octobre 2006 : «Le cinéaste Yves Boisset a affirmé vendredi devant la cour d'appel de Grenoble que les enquêteurs travaillant sur l'Ordre du temple solaire (OTS) et la "tuerie-suicide" en 1995 de 16 adeptes de cette secte dans une forêt du Vercors avaient négligé le côté "politico-mafieux" de l'affaire.

"La police a négligé les relations de Jo Di Mambro, le chef de la secte, avec le personnel politique du département du Var et ses relations avec Jean-Louis Fargette (ancien parrain de Toulon tué en Italie en 1993) qui avait acheté avec Di Mambro un terrain militaire", a déclaré M. Boisset lors du procès du chef d'orchestre franco-suisse Michel Tabachnik.

Auteur d'un film intitulé Les Mystères sanglants de l'OTS et diffusé sur France 2, il a ajouté que « l'ombre de Charles Pasqua traînait sur cette affaire » et que l'ancien ministre de l'Intérieur avait refusé toute interview, sans donner d'autres précisions. M. Boisset, témoin cité par les parties civiles, a évoqué aussi des trafics d'armes entre le Canada et l'Angola. Mais lorsqu'on lui demande si Michel Tabachnik, qui est le seul prévenu dans le procès, a été mêlé à ces trafics, il répond non.[…] »

Pour voir le film :

http://www.futurquantique.org/2010/10/05/video-les-mysteres-sanglants-de-lots/

L'Angolagate est une affaire de vente d'armes soviétiques d'un montant total de 790 millions de dollars américains au gouvernement angolais du président José Eduardo dos Santos en 1994, alors que la guerre civile angolaise venait de reprendre entre le Mouvement populaire de libération de l'Angola (MPLA) au pouvoir et l'Union nationale pour l'indépendance totale de l'Angola (UNITA), marché pour lequel de nombreuses personnalités françaises ont touché des commissions.

Cette vente a été pilotée par un intermédiaire franco-canadien, Pierre Falcone, et un homme d'affaires franco-israélo-canado-angolais d'origine russe, Arcadi Gaydamak.

Note : l'avocat belge Mario Spandre, intime de Benoît de Bonvoisin, est cité dans le dossier "Angolagate".

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Selon Wikipedia :

" Quoi qu'il en soit, le fondateur de l'OTS, Luc Jouret, a eu des liens dans les années 1970 avec des membres de Gladio (L'Ordre du Temple Solaire : les secrets d'une manipulation)."

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Voir aussi :

http://www.voltairenet.org/Stay-behind-les-reseaux-d

(...) À l’initiative du major belge, J-M. Bougerol et du baron Benoît de Bonvoisin [30], le Bureau a utilisé comme couverture plusieurs associations sectaires [31]. Elles étaient toutes financées par l’entremise du Public Information Office (PIO) [32] de l’OTAN à Bruxelles. Ainsi, dans les années 70, l’Ordre souverain et militaire du Temple de Jérusalem (OSMTJ) fut utilisé par Charly Lascorz et le député Claude Marcus en lien avec le SAC de Jacques Foccart ; de même pour l’Ordre rénové du Temple (ORT) de Raymond Bernard et de Julien Origas [33], puis de Luc Jouret. Enfin, l’Ordre du Temple solaire (ORT) de Luc Jouret [34] et Joseph Di Mambro.

Le 12 novembre 1990, alors que l’Italie se débattait dans le scandale Gladio, le ministre de la Défense, Jean-Pierre Chevènement, reconnu qu’un Glaive avait existé en France. Maniant la langue de bois, il assura qu’il était resté dormant et ne s’était jamais ingéré dans la vie politique intérieure. Le lendemain, le président François Mitterrand indiqua qu’il avait récemment ordonné au général Jean Heinrich [35], qui le dirigeait en qualité de chef du service Action de la DGSE, de le dissoudre. (... )



[31] Faux chevaliers, vrais gogos. Enquête sur les faux ordres de chevalerie, Patrice Chairoff, Jean-Cyrille Godefroy éd., 1985. Rapport de la Commission d’enquête parlementaire visant à élaborer une politique en vue de lutter contre les pratiques illégales des sectes et le danger qu’elles représentent pour la société et pour les personnes, particulièrement les mineurs d’âge, Chambre des Représentants de Belgique, n° 313/7, 28 avril 1997.

[32] Le PIO a été fermé en 1978, mais ses activités subsistent sous une autre appellation. Le PIO manipulait également le NEM Club, le CEPIC, la Confrérie des hospitaliers de Notre-Dame-d’Aulne, et la Milice de Jésus-Christ.

[33] Julien Origas, grand maître de l’ORT sous le pseudonyme d’Hubert de Frankenburg.

[34] Luc Jouret, médecin homéopathe pour la galerie était paracommando belge, engagé volontaire lors de l’opération Kolwezi, en 1978. Il était membre du Gladio, rémunéré par le PIO.



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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 14 Sep 2011 - 19:09

HERVE a écrit:

Pour Willy-Nilly :

Est-il possible d'en savoir plus ? J'ai lu des informations sur les affaires de pédophilie aux USA ... elles auraient impliqué des gens importants ... mais je n'en sais guère plus. Bien entendu, le chantage est alors possible ...

En savez-vous plus ?

A mon avis il s'agit tout simplement de l'affaire FRANKLIN, Boys Town ...
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 14 Sep 2011 - 19:22

pour franklin, plus d'infos (+liens vers reportages) sur http://anneesdeplomb.topdiscussion.com/t1740-l-affaire-franklin

et pour 'l'entrapment" aux etats unis, voir http://anneesdeplomb.topdiscussion.com/t2002-pedosexualite-et-chantage-methodologie-efficace
Gottlieb, Helms, Wilson, Cohn, Gray, ...
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 14 Sep 2011 - 21:13


Sur l'affaire Franklin, il y a aussi (en français) :

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scandale_Franklin

Je n'ai pas d'avis pertinent sur la question, qui est pourtant très importante.

D'un côté, il pourrait y avoir une manoeuvre proche du "depistagio" italien : un peu de vrai, beaucoup de faux ... de sorte que l'on jette le bébé avec l'eau du bain.

D'un autre côté, quand on voit que Berlusconi a été victime de maîtres-chanteurs ...

Le point qui m'étonne le plus, c'est le lien éventuel avec l'affaire Dutroux. Je n'avais pas entendu parler jusqu'à présent de ressortissants américains dans tout cela ...
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 21 Sep 2011 - 11:14


Reagan Era To Be Declassified

by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Something unusual has happened. An era is going to be uncovered, a time of BCCI, Iran Contra, the fall of the Soviet Union, one of corruption and triumph. What we know is this, the files are being opened and interviews never before authorized are scheduled.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/09/20/cia-opening-its-books-some-surprises-in-store-wanta-libya-and-more/


CIA Opening Its Books, Some Surprises In Store, Wanta, Libya and More

(...)


Reagan Era To Be Declassified
by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

More curious, perhaps the most curious of all, the FBI is notifying former intelligence agents and officials that the project has the official ‘green light.’

The fist interviews and, perhaps the first book, will outline relations between President Reagan and Emil Lee Wanta, letting a few into the dream world of White House insiders.

(...)

During talks with Wanta I was able to verify some issues involving Gaddafi. Gaddafi was placed in office in 1969 by the CIA as personal protege of Director Richard Helms.

Helms admired Gaddafi greatly and valued the relationship between the US and Libya as one of the most critical and strategic for America during that vital period.

The cover stories, that rogue CIA agents were training IRA terrorists in Libya got a laugh out of Wanta.

“This was Gladio, of course, the bastardized anti-Communist program that set up terror organizations across Europe as a “fall back” defense in case of a successful Soviet invasion. Libya was the staging ground for Gladio, a program operated, not out of Italy as reported, but out of Switzerland, by the ‘P2,’ a Freemason organization that eventually operated in 26 countries, across not only Europe but Latin America as well.”

“Later on, it was the P2 that had me arrested in Switzerland, put in solitary confinement and emptied the US Treasury accounts I managed, hundreds of millions of dollars. By that time, they had become little more than organized crime, particularly after they had murdered so many people during the Italian elections.”
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Lun 3 Oct 2011 - 8:04

http://turkishgladio.com/index.php

http://turkishgladio.com/read.php?id=161

(...)

A project of the early Cold War years

In the Italy of the ’70s, neo-fascist terrorists routinely planted radical red flags on the bodies of their randomly chosen victims. This manipulation of public political consciousness was masterminded by Gladio, the popular name of a network which emerged in the early Cold War years. On the command of Washington and the CIA, each NATO member had to arrange a secret “stay behind” network. The original task of this structure was to coordinate resistance in the eventuality of the occupation of Western Europe by the Soviet Union. To be prepared for the situation, weapons were hidden in secret places and intelligence channels were established. But Gladio was more.



The Gladio strategists recognized the socialist movement in Europe as a high risk factor. In the event of occupation by the Soviets, it was feared that the left would turn against Western interests and form a fifth column. Several campaigns against the left were set up to curb the danger. The most extreme alternative intended to break the reputation of the left-wing movement by associating it with political violence. However, the leftist activists who were willing to use violence represented a tiny minority within the movement at the time. To counter this problem, false flag operations were planned by Gladio, while the most radical elements in left-wing groups were provoked into action by right-wing infiltrators from the Italian deep state.



The use of such methods was recommended in a document known as “Field Manual 30-31” (FM 30-31). Originally composed by US strategists in the Pentagon and later translated into the languages of the NATO member states, it taught far-right activists how to deal with the left.



For European governments considered as passive towards the socialist movement, FM 30-31 prescribed “special operations,” i.e., infiltration and black flag ops, to confront the public with the “true nature” of the leftist enemy. In 1978 politician Aldo Moro met his end in this context. He was abducted and killed by a branch of a radical leftist organization, the “Brigatto Rosso.” Later on it appeared that this group had been infiltrated by right-wing, Gladio-connected agents. Before the death of Moro, Italy had already gone through much violence with the infamous bomb attacks in Piazza Fontana in 1969 and Peteano in 1972. The climax followed in 1980 in Milan, when the roof of the city’s central station collapsed after a bomb explosion, causing 85 deaths.



One of the most infamous Gladio-connected names is that of Stefano delle Chiaie. This member of the nationalist neo-fascist organization Ordine Nuovo was one of the most important Gladio tools against the left. As far as the relationship between Gladio and the Turkish deep state of the ’70s is concerned, it should be mentioned that delle Chiaie was seen in the company of Turkish ultranationalist terrorist Abdullah Çatlı, who died during a much-discussed traffic accident in Susurluk in 1996. Before his death, Çatlı followed delle Chiaie on a trip to South America, where both made contact with local fascists and representatives of military regimes.



First, there was Gladio in Italy. Now Ergenekon, the next chapter of Turkey’s deep state, is being exposed. In many ways Ergenekon comes across as a remnant of the stay-behind structure from the ’50s, as a branch was set up in Turkey as well. With the end of the Cold War, a break with the past took place in organizations within the Turkish version of Gladio. The focus shifted in directions other than the left, with the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the Gülen movement the latest targets of Turkey’s deep state.



But although the enemies are new, one thing hasn’t changed, because the strategies of today show a striking resemblance to those of the past. Ergenekon still uses the same psychological methods as Gladio did in ’70s Italy such as black flag operations and most likely infiltration by provocateurs, as well, for there are more than a few indications that Ergenekon has been provoking political and radical religious organizations to commit violent acts. The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), the Marxist/Leninist Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party/Front (DHKP/C) and the Islamic Hizbullah have been mentioned in this respect.



Prosecutors portray Ergenekon as the mastermind behind actions attributed to the aforementioned groups. In attacks ranging from the assassination of businessmen and political activists by the DHKP/C and Hizbullah to the current wave of violence unleashed by the PKK, according to the prosecutors, Ergenekon is hidden behind it all. In the picture drawn by the investigation, Ergenekon is the Gladio of the 21st century. It is committing terrorism through terrorism and fighting a secret war against a nation from within the state.



The comparisons to Italy during the ’70s are abundant. But there’s one main difference between then and now: While Gladio was abolished and dismantled by European countries long ago, no such thing ever happened in Turkey. Italy was able to come to terms with the situation during Operation Clean Hands, which followed the exposure of the stay behind structure and its illegal activities in the early ’70s. Turkey never underwent this process. However, it is important that it will. Not only because it seems essential for the further growth of Turkey, for instance towards fully fledged membership in the European Union, but also for psychological reasons, so that Turkey is able to look in the mirror without reserve. After decades of deep state psychological warfare, this can be difficult. But that’s the process Turkey is now in.



PETER EDEL

Today’s Zaman, July 15 2010

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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Mer 18 Juil 2012 - 12:28

Pour ce qui est de Di Mambro, il semble avoir été initié à la Grande Loge Traditionnelle et Symbolique Opéra, émanation de la GLNF , travaillant au rite templier Rite Ecossais Rectifié.
La GLTSO compte à ce jour de 2 000 à 4 000 membres en France.
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MessageSujet: Re: GLADIO   Jeu 31 Jan 2013 - 19:12



En anglais :

http://www.corbettreport.com/interview-595-sibel-edmonds-on-nato-terrorism-911-and-drug-running/

Sibel Edmonds on NATO, Terrorism, 9/11 and Drug Running

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