Double-edged Sword: A Review of Gladio by Richard Cottrell

An exhaustive chronicle of the doings and mis-doings of NATO and its motley clandestine collaborators might be expected to take some swallowing. And not just because the very notion of the thin veneer of democracy masking an endemic and far-reaching woodworm infestation tends to make the average punter queasy and inclined to hold tighter to the more comfortable delusions inherent in the approved narrative. . . . READ MORE HERE