Operation Gladio: How NATO Conducted a Secret War Against European Citizens and Their Democratically Elected Governments

Operation Gladio: How NATO Conducted a Secret War Against European Citizens and Their Democratically Elected Governments

Cynthia Chung

Strategic Culture

April 14, 2022

“Everyone is aware of the Iron Curtain speech delivered by Winston Churchill. However, it is not Churchill who is the originator of the phrase.

You had to attack civilians, the people, women, children, unknown people far from any political game. The reason was quite simple – to force the people to turn to the state to ask for greater security.”

Vincenzo Vinciguerra, convicted Italian terrorist, former member of the Avanguardia Nazionale (“National Vanguard”) and Ordine Nuovo (“New Order”)

This is part 3 to a five-part series. [Refer here for Part 1 and Part 2, the latter which goes over how the Ukrainian Nationalist Movement Post WWII was Bought and Paid for by the CIA.]

Nazi Germany: The Bulwark of the West against Communism

By destroying communism in his [Hitler’s] country, he had barred its road to Western Europe…Germany therefore could rightly be regarded as a bulwark of the West against communism.” (1)

 The Earl of Halifax, aka Lord Halifax (British Ambassador to the U.S. 1940-1946, Secretary of State for British Foreign Affairs 1938-1940, Viceroy and Governor-General of India 1926-1931)

Everyone is aware of the Iron Curtain speech delivered by Winston Churchill, who was no longer British Prime Minister by then, on March 5, 1946.

However, it is not Churchill who is the originator of the phrase, but rather Nazi German Foreign Minister Count Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk who made a speech in Berlin on May 3, 1945, which was reported in the London Times and the New York Times on May 8, 1945. In the speech, Krosigk uses the Nazi-coined propaganda phrase “Iron Curtain,” which was used in precisely the same context by Churchill less than one year later.

Following this German speech, only three days after the German surrender, Churchill wrote a letter to Truman, to express his concern about the future of Europe and to say that an “Iron Curtain” had come down. (2)

This sharing of policy between Nazi Germany and England should not come as a complete surprise.

The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact signed August 23rd, 1939 is what has gone down in history in notoriety. However, an important fact is often left out, that this notorious pact was signed a full 11 months after UK Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain signed the appeasement deal with Hitler on September 30th, 1938 known as the Munich Agreement (aka the Munich Betrayal)……..”

 

 

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