Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode: Story #1: Journalist Interrogated, Fired For Story Linking CIA And Syria Weapons Flights http://bit.ly/2wq4w0z Journalist Interrogated & Sacked for Exposing CIA-NATO Arming of Terrorists http://bit.ly/2vBnz77 Story #2: CIA’s Secret Spy Tool Steals Biometric Data From Other Intelligence Agencies http://bit.ly/2xzVXR3#MorningMonarchy: CIA Built Fake Software Update System To Spy On Intel Partners http://bit.ly/2vucvN1
Breaking: Journalist Interrogated & Sacked for Exposing CIA-NATO Arming of Terrorists
An investigative journalist has been interrogated by government national security forces and fired from her job for documenting and exposing covert CIA-NATO operations directly arming ISIS and Al Qaeda terrorists- A covert operation involving NATO, CIA, U.S.-based Mega Arms Trafficker(s), A Shady U.S. Organization Ran by Well-Known Deep State Players, and much more. Watch this Newsbud exclusive breaking story and investigative report, including our exclusive interview with investigative journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, a candid commentary by Sibel Edmonds, leaked documented evidence, and glaring direct connections to some of the biggest names and entities connected to the Deep State, and CIA-NATO Operation Gladio B. This is a preview of a Newsbud Community Members Exclusive. See Full Video Here: http://bit.ly/2vBnz77
With the onslaught of recent “foiled terror plots” we have seen here in Canada, one would think that there is an ongoing threat from either outside forces or from radicalized homegrown domestic extremists as we are being led to believe. However in each and every circumstance there is a hidden hand at play and in its grip lies a sinister motive to generate the fear of an attack in the minds of the Canadian people.
In the unfolding Orwellian nightmare tracking devices are becoming big business for big brother. Children are being conditioned to get used to growing up in a surveillance state and business leaders like John Manley President and CEO of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives are trying to convince you that when it comes to security the ends justify the means.