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Operation Gladio 2.0


Operation Gladio 2.0

In my article Bastille Day Terror, I mentioned how the recent terror attacks in Europe reminded me of Operation Gladio. I think what we are seeing, in the USA and Europe, is a return of Operation Gladio, or, Operation Gladio 2.0.

What was Operation Gladio? has a short definition:

“Secret for over 40 years, Gladio is a NATO-backed network of armed soldiers inside the nations of Europe outside effective control of national governments. Ostensibly intended for use only in case of a Soviet invasion, Gladio carried out a string of false flag terror attacks. In 1990, the European parliament asked all member states to launch investigations, but only 5 national governments did so.”

I now invite you to watch an interview of Dr. Danielle Ganser, a Swiss researcher and author, who wrote the book NATOs Secret Armies: Operation Gladio.

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James Corbett, of The Corbett Report, gave a speech in the Netherlands titled: Gladio B and the Battle for Eurasia . In this speech, he documents some connections to a new Gladio operation in Eurasia.

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While Dr. Ganser and James Corbett have shown the existence of Gladio, and the methods they used to create competing “tensions” as a means of obtaining, through chaos and terrorism, a desired outcome, through manipulation of public opinion, they do not talk of recent terror attacks in Europe, to any extent, nor the terror attacks, such as the Boston Marathon bombing, the Orlando massacre, or the most recent Bastille Day terrorist attack in Nice, France. I suggest to you that all these attacks fit the pattern of previous Gladio attacks, and are designed to confuse, frighten, and manipulate you into accepting ever more control over our lives. They are also designed to keep us divided along ethnic, religious and racial lines.

Shorty Dawkins



Shorty Dawkins



  1. Shorty,
    I agree with your assessment 100%. I researched Operation Gladio a number of years ago, along with Operation Paperclip, Operation Northwoods, and many others.
    This fits perfectly into the Gladio scenario.
    Good call brother.

  2. Shorty – ” I suggest to you that all these attacks fit the pattern of previous Gladio attacks”.

    I certainly think this is possible as well, but as Dr. Ganser states [about 1:04:00] “It is not something I can prove, but it is something I think is important to research”. So, until that research is done, and the facts presented, all we can do is guard against attempts by the bureaucrats, progressives, and globalists to further restrict our liberties.

    And watch for [false flag] armed violence by NBPP at the party conventions for the anti gun rhetoric to ramp up even further.

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

    1. Thanks Sheepdog,

      If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, chances are very high it is a duck.

      I was watching Sky News’ live coverage of the Turkish coup attempt, when one of the analysts mentioned that the coup leaders were followers of Fethullah Gulen, As I had just watched James Corbett’s video, I knew the name. Curious, how some people seem to crop up in odd scenarios, time after time. Take another look at the video, knowing this bit of information, and you, no doubt, will see a strange connection between Gulen and the events of yesterday.


  3. There is a comprehensive volume of information on the subject of Gladio B at the phenomenal resource that is James Corbetts website. James is the tip of the proverbial spear in alternative journalism. There are several pages of content including some groundbreaking interviews with the lovely and dedicated Sibel Edmunds. Have a look…

  4. Trauma-based conditioning.

    We know the way. And we will lead you there.

    But we can’t do this, unless you get behind us.

    How do we get them behind us?

    The Monarch butterfly learns where it was born (its roots) and it passes this knowledge via genetics on to its offspring (from generation to generation).

    Trauma-based conditioning.

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