Apophenia Digest #2 – 20 September 2016

Welcome to Apophenia Digest: in this episode we take a look at the latest on Western hypocrisy, propaganda and selective humanitarianism. See below for episode references and related links: Michael Doran, William McCants, and Clint Watts: The Good and Bad of Ahrar al-Sham: An al Qaeda–Linked Group Worth Befriending There are No Moderate Syrian Rebels Syrian rebel eats heart, threatens … Continue reading

Apophenia Audio Podcast #4: Gladio A – an Overview – Part 2

We continue our exploration into the historical facts surrounding the Gladio organisation. This episode deals with the 1964 quasi-coup d’état in Italy, the military conference at the Hotel Parco dei Principi in Rome (1965) and the connections with the Strategy of Tension, the Piazza Fontana bombing of 1969 and a mysterious “publishing house” in Portugal, the Aginter Press, directed by … Continue reading

Apophenia Audio Podcast #3: Gladio A – an Overview – Part 1

With the word “Gladio” reappearing everywhere these days, courtesy of the recent, implausible terror attacks in Paris, it is perhaps a good time to re-acquaint ourselves with the origins of this supranational agency for psychological warfare. Once identified, its fingerprints can be more easily recognised in any similar event. Here is my humble contribution. Episode references: Italian PM and president … Continue reading