Skeletons in the Closet (#PizzaGate) – FBI whistleblower

Skeletons in the Closet #PizzaGate (Paedophiles & Rapists)
Sibel Edmonds (FBI whistle-blower) – “Only paedophiles and rapists allowed to hold senior posts because they are easy to blackmail”.

“Alleen pedofielen en verkrachters mogen hoge functies bekleden omdat zij makkelijk te chanteren zijn”

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Sibel Edmonds described by the renowned American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as, “The person who has the most silenced mouth in the history of the United States.”
In addition, she revealed that aircraft of NATO regularly shipped heroin from Afghanistan to Belgium.
Now FBI whistle-blower Sibel Edmonds claims that senior posts are held by paedophiles because they are easy to blackmail.

They unmasked Dennis Hastert, the former speaker of the US House of Representatives, as a paedophile.
They also revealed that the husband of US Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, Robert Creamer is a paedophile.
“He is a convicted criminal, a crook and was involved in money laundering,” Edmonds on Creamer said.

Schakowsky became involved in affairs with foreign spies, which were used by the US government to blackmail her, according to the whistle-blower. The same applies according to its Hastert and dozens of other politicians.
She says that one of her colleagues, another FBI whistle-blower, was in charge between 1993 and 1997 to check the background of prospective federal judges.
That colleague discovered in its view that the people who had the most skeletons in the cupboard, were appointed judge.
“The Clinton administration, the FBI and the Justice Department did not want to appoint people to federal court unless they appear to have enough in the cupboard,” Edmonds said.
“So it had rapists, paedophiles and despicable figures,” she added. “So they could be easily blackmailed by the deep state.”
That deep state wants in this way to ensure that only blackmail candidates to senior posts.
If you have nothing to hide is a big chance that you will not get the job, she explained. “They can not put pressure on you.”

A corrupt system that works all to well… the people who make our laws are criminals.

Sibel Edmonds, her story –

Described by the American Civil Liberties Union as the “most gagged person in the history of the United States of America,” Edmonds studied criminal justice, psychology and public policy at George Washington and George Mason universities.

Two weeks after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, her fluency in Turkish, Farsi and Azerbaijani earned her an FBI contract at the Washington DC field office. She was tasked with translating highly classified intelligence from operations against terrorism suspects in and outside the U.S.

In the course of her work, Edmonds became privy to evidence that U.S. military and intelligence agencies were collaborating with Islamist militants affiliated with al-Qaeda, the very forces blamed for the 9/11 attacks and that officials in the FBI were covering up the evidence. When Edmonds complained to her superiors, her family was threatened by one of the subjects of her complaint, and she was fired. Her accusations of espionage against her FBI colleagues were eventually investigated by the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General, which did not give details about the allegations as they remained classified.

Although no final conclusions about the espionage allegations were reached, the Justice Department concluded that many of Edmonds’ accusations “were supported, that the FBI did not take them seriously enough and that her allegations were, in fact, the most significant factor in the FBI’s decision to terminate her services.”

When she attempted to go public with her story in 2002, and again in 2004, the U.S. government silenced Edmonds by invoking a legal precedent known as “state secrets privilege” – a near limitless power to quash a lawsuit based solely on the government’s claim that evidence or testimony could divulge information that might undermine security.


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