Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Ex-CIA officer Robert David Steele: Charlie Hebdo was a false flag, Jade Helm portends trouble

Broadcast May 1st, 10-11:00 a.m. Central (1500 GMT) on NoLiesRadio.org.
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Robert David Steele, an ex-Marine and former CIA Clandestine Services Officer, knows a false flag when he sees one. In this interview, he states clearly and unambiguously: The Charlie Hebdo-Kosher Deli shootings were not radical Muslim terror attacks, but a false flag psy-op staged as a joint operation by the French and Israeli secret services. (The majority of contributors to the new book We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo! Free Thinkers Question the French 9/11 would tend to agree.)

In this interview, Steele also discusses the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) revolution; the electoral reforms that could quickly solve most of America's worst problems; who was really behind 9/11 (Dick Cheney and the Bush Crime Family's Saudi friends, he says, not the Israelis); and Operation Jade Helm. According to Steele, Jade Helm is NOT a plan to impose martial law and round up dissidents. But it is ill-considered and reckless nonetheless, and could create confrontations with patriot militias that could spin out of control and lead to scenarios every bit as bad as those envisioned by the alarmists.

1 comment:

  1. He's all wrong about the depth of data collection. The data is all they
    care about. That's why google/facebook/twitter/etc/etc/etc are free.

    When something's free guess who's for sale? You.

    Is R.D. Steele telling lies on purpose or does he really believe what
    he says?

    I think RDS may really believe what he says. Which means that he's
    being handled and it means everything he says must be carefully
    considered.

    Good shows, but hard to keep up with the listening.

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