Gladio, NATO's Dagger at the Heart of Europe: The Pentagon-Nazi-Mafia Terror Axis

Gladio, NATO's Dagger at the Heart of Europe: The Pentagon-Nazi-Mafia Terror Axis

by Richard Cottrell

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Gladio, NATO's Dagger at the Heart of Europe: The Pentagon-Nazi-Mafia Terror Axis by Richard Cottrell

The recent attack on Libya laid bare the iron fist behind the velvet glove of slogans like "human rights" and "international community." Like the invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, this latest aggression proceeds under the cover of NATO. And what is NATO? Richard Cottrell tells the story of mayhem and murder behind the "alliance."

Masquerading as a rear guard against a possible Communist takeover, NATO's covert special forces are in reality a hideous cancer poisoning European democracy. The dirty war projects have included the Italian Strategy of Tension, the Red Brigades and Baader Meinhof/Red Army Faction, the Banco Ambrosiano scandal, the deaths of Italian ex-PM Aldo Moro, banker Roberto Calvi, media magnate Robert Maxwell, Swedish PM Olaf Palme, and "The Umbrella Murder," as well as the attempt on Pope John Paul II's life; the sex snare set for British PM Harold Wilson, and the Cyprus genocide. Gladio architect Lyman Lemnitzer is implicated in the 1944 reintroduction of the Mafia into Sicily and the murder of the Kennedy brothers. Covert NATO operations were behind Solidarnosc, the fall of the Soviet Union, the color revolutions of Eastern Europe and North Africa, and the massacres of August 2011 in Norway and Libya; the infiltration of Occupy Wall Street by violent provocateurs is on the same pattern.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014370851
Publisher: Progressive Press
Publication date: 05/05/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 484
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Richard Cottrell is a British journalist, politician and writer. He contributed regularly on politics and economics to the ITV network.
In 1979 he was elected as a Conservative to the European Parliament. Over the next ten years he sat on the parliament's important committees and published two books -- The Sacred Cow, a polemical attack on the EU's farm policy, and Blood on Their Hands, which extended his parliamentary inquiry into the murder of British journalist Ann Chapman under the Greek military junta. His findings cleared an innocent man.
He wrote the highly praised landmark Cottrell Report on the activities of pseudo-religious cults such as the Moonies and their harmful influence.
Richard entered politics as an enthusiastic European but became disillusioned with "the inner workings of a profoundly anti-democratic system."

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