Friday, May 22, 2015

Porkins Great Game: Episode #7 - 'Gladio B' Extravaganza

On this edition of Porkins Great Game, Pearse Redmond and I focus on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent “revelation” that insurgents in the North Caucasus were supported by U.S. intelligence in Azerbaijan. Afterwards, we talk about China’s new terror hot spot Guangzhou and Turkey’s Uyghur adventures, which are now being exposed due to the power struggle between President Erdogan and the Gülen movement. Pearse and I also discuss the delivery of 150 tons of “diplomatic mail” to the U.S. Embassy in Kyrgyzstan before we end this episode with a look at the latest attempt to rehabilitate Washington’s favorite terror cult – the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK).

You can find more information on this episode on Pearse Redmond's website where you can also download the MP3 file:

Show notes:
Updates on Nemtsov murder investigation:
Russian Investigators Have Difficulty Accessing Nemtsov Murder Suspects in Chechnya
The New Great Game Round-Up #94 – Nemtsov Murder Investigation Hits Brick Wall In Chechnya

Putin’s Gladio B “revelation”:
Documentary “President” with English subtitles
Russian Stresses Victory in Chechnya
Putin accuses US of supporting North Caucasus separatists
The New Great Game Round-Up #95 – Putin Sheds Light On U.S. Terror Operations In The North Caucasus

China’s new terror hot spot Guangzhou:
The New Great Game Round-Up #91 – Guangzhou: New Hot Spot Of China’s War On Terror
Terrorists ‘recruited Uygur students at Guangzhou university’
The New Great Game Round-Up #84 – China Cracks Down On Illegal Border Crossings By Uyghurs
Porkins Great Game Episode 5 – East Turkestan Exposed

Turkey’s Uyghur adventures exposed by Gülen-Erdogan fight:
Oppressed by China, Uighurs drawn to Salafist ideas
The New Great Game Round-Up #93 – Gülen Movement Uses Turkey’s Uyghur Adventures To Attack AKP

US Embassy in Kyrgyzstan gets 150 tons of “diplomatic mail”:
The New Great Game Round-Up #94 – 150 Tons Of “Diplomatic Mail” Cause A Stir In Kyrgyzstan
Foreign Affairs Committee plans to discuss ‘mysterious’ 150t cargo of U.S. Embassy behind closed doors
Foreign Minister Abdyldaev comments strange cargo weighing more than 150 tons addressed to the US Embassy
Kyrgyzstan Joins Eurasian Economic Union

Congressional invite to MEK sparks furious backlash
MEK uses congressional spotlight to push regime change in Iran
Meet the MEK: Washington’s Favourite Terror Cult

Jammin” – Baby’s Gang
“Come on Closer” – Pineapples