Sibel Edmond, USA & Osama had close ties untill 9/11
By Dark Politricks
This is a reprint of an article from The Times Of India in which famous 9.11 whistleblower, Sibel Edmonds, reveals just some of the information she knows about the connections between the USA and Osama bin-Laden.
Sibel is often referred to as the most gagged woman in US history due to multiple gagging orders being put on her to prevent her knowledge of CIA links to al-Qaeda and bin-Laden from coming to the publics knowledge.
She claims that we have been lied to by the US Government and that the CIA and other agencies maintained close ties to bin-Laden and al-Qaeda right up to 9.11.
However despite this she has offered the US media the chance to have her reveal what she knows on prime time TV and guarantees the information would be so explosive it would lead to very high level indictments.
So far no mainstream US media outlet has taken her up on the offer. Is this because the US media itself has been gagged in reference to 9.11 or because they are all full of COINTELPRO agents spouting government propaganda?
Whatever the reason it is amazing no US news channel is willing to take Sibel Edmonds up on her offer as she is probably the most credible 9.11 whistleblower out there.
The article may still be found at this location: articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com
US, Osama had close ties till 9/11?
AGENCIES Aug 3, 2009
A former FBI translator has claimed that the US was on 'intimate' terms with the Taliban and al-Qaida and used the militants to further certain goals in central Asia.
"With those groups, we had operations in Central Asia," said former Turkish language translator Sibel Edmonds on Friday speaking on the radio program, the Mike Malloy Show. Sibel said the US maintained 'intimate relations' with bin Laden, and the Taliban, "all the way until that day of September 11."
These 'intimate relations' included using bin Laden for 'operations' in Central Asia, including Xinjiang, China. These 'operations' involved using al-Qaida and the Taliban in the same manner "as we did during the Afghan and Soviet conflict," that is, fighting 'enemies' via proxies.
The US used the gunmen 'as we did during the Afghan and Soviet conflict', she added, referring to its support for Afghan fighters during the 1979-89 Russian invasion.
Luke Ryland, a prolific investigator into the claims, said the tumultuous situation resulting from extremist operations would boost US arms sales in the region while forcing "oil and gas concessions", Press TV reported.
The US government has twice barred Edmonds' testimony on some controversial issues. "These are the confirmed cases," she added stating her claims were based on 'first-hand' information. "There are a lot of things that our government doesn't want us to know."