FBI whistleblower ignored by media
Get your "Who is Sibel Edmonds?" and "Google Sibel Edmonds" bumper stickers ready.
FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds' story of espionage and black-marketing in U.S. nuclear secrets rates at least an honorable mention in the UK's The London Times. Meanwhile, major U.S. media organs remain not only indifferent but practically dead silent on Edmonds' charges.
Apparently, allegations of coverups at the FBI, and treason at the highest levels of the U.S. State Department, aren't something American citizens need to be concerned about these days.
Going back 12 months, search queries at the New York Times, MSNBC, Wall Street Journal and CNN yield precious few matches on the keywords "Sibel Edmonds." A single repost of the London Times article at Fox News not withstanding, it appears that not only is Sibel Edmonds the most gagged person in U.S. government history, she is currently now ahead of even Ron Paul in the media blackout race.
Are Edmonds' allegations too incredible to be true or too inconvenient to be true? See the video. It's not like this is the first time nuclear secrets of the U.S. have been transferred via official complicity to those inclined to harm us. In fact, it may not even be the second time, unless this is all somehow connected.
With all the essential liberties we are being told (not asked) to give up on a daily basis, citizens of our country should demand, with the rights we still possess, that the charges of Sibel Edmonds be fully and publicly investigated by our Congress: That would be now - before we experience a nuclear event.
Keep in mind that many of the same "approved" media sources ignoring the allegations of Sibel Edmonds are also pretending the North American Union conspiracy does not exist.
BRIAN O'FARRELL, Yuma