The Lone Gladio Released! (Updated)
[UPDATE: I re-wrote this. I wrote it in a hurry yesterday and had time to say a little more in this edit.]
The Lone Gladio, a new novel by Sibel Edmonds, was released on September 11th, 2014. It's a work of fiction, something Ms. Edmonds chose to do as a calculated sidestepping of the legal red tape and threats from the government, which she experienced first hand with her first book, a non-fiction memoir called Classified Woman. Edmonds writing is brilliantly sophisticated, while simply satisfying. She's learned how to utilize some literary devices so well that she won't seem like a first time novelist.
Through her composite characters and events in this new book, we begin to see much deeper into the world of the deep state. While some of the characters are an easy peg, if you're trying to list all of the characters next to their analogous real-life inspiration, you'll find it impossible. But if that's what we have to sacrifice in order to learn about what's really been going on with our politicians, our corrupt and corporate controlled shell of a federal government, then so be it - for now. You won't find yourself that far away from some of the places Ms. Edmonds took you with Classified Woman. Then, suddenly, you'll find yourself travelling all over the globe, watching operations unfold, full of dangerous killers, blackmail, a plethora of spies, and some very sickening politicians.
Through the tension and release of an unlikely combination of protagonists, you'll start to understand the orchestra of Operation Gladio Plan B. This is the name we've been needing to learn. This novel is a creative, yet, coming from Sibel, realistic, portal to the inner workings of the deep state. It unmasks what lies behind world events, corruption, terrorism, human trafficking, the drug trade, etc.
Yes, Gladio Plan B should be coming off the tongues of every alt-media producer, yet it's difficult to find any who know about it. I'm confident that will soon change, thanks to Sibel and this book, which could end up being the first in a trilogy, if it's received well.