Sibel Edmonds Shines A Light on the Brussels Attacks

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Published on Mar 25, 2016

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Sibel Edmonds of Newsbud.com joins us to discuss the Brussels attacks. We discuss Belgium’s central role as the base of NATO/EU/Gladio headquarters and how the script of this event follows the script of previous false flags almost precisely. We also talk about the public’s reaction to these events and how both the mainstream and alternative media are being divided and conquered to keep people from questioning the true roots of these events.

 

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5 Responses to “Sibel Edmonds Shines A Light on the Brussels Attacks”

  1. Nicky says:

    The outcome to whatever this is has already been the push for Increased Border control and sharing Information.
    Sharing the Love and the spoils will be bottom of the list. Happy Bunny Sunday. 🙂

  2. edbutt says:

    While I’m sure some of the terror incidents are true false flags, I find it hard to believe they all are. We should not mistake the inaction of governments in response to warnings from intelligence sources, or their readiness to exploit the attacks as a means of furthering the total control agenda for proof the establishment played and active role in the planning and execution of an event.
    There are a lot of genuine nutters out there who are very eager to cause mayhem in pursuit of martyrdom. And no – go zones like Molenbeek are very real, we even have them in smallish towns like Burnley and Blackburn.
    http://www.greenteethmm.com/immigrant-sharia-terror.shtml

  3. Gordon says:

    The crisis actor was said to have had serious facial burn. Well I tell you, anyone with serious facial burns would not be lying in bed as happy as Larry spouting off a lengthy story.

    Facial burns are extremely painful because of facial muscles used to pronounce words. Anyone with serious facial burns speak with their face taut and try to speak with as little facial and lip movement as possible.

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