US Intelligence and Extremism: From 9/11 to Ukraine ft. Adam Fitzgerald
Back on December 5, I invited 9/11 researcher Adam Fitzgerald on to the show for an expansive discussion about psychological operations.
The discussion was one of my many favorite interviews, and it was a very popular episode.
Even though our December episode was already long, clocking in at 2.5 hours, I did not record the 3 additional hours we spent after the interview discussing other conspiracy-themed topics.
In next week's episode, Adam joins me for another expansive episode. This time, we discuss the relationships that US intelligence agencies, NGOs, and think tanks have with extremist groups.
Specifically, we discuss the acceptance and influence of Ukrainian Nazis and Nazi collaborators in the US foreign policy establishment. We also discuss the failure of US intelligence agencies like the CIA, NSA, and FBI to catch the 9/11 hijackers. At the end of the episode, Adam shares a groundbreaking information release that provides the most solid link to date of Saudi Arabian government assistance given to two 9/11 hijackers.
Adam is a pleasure to talk to. I enjoyed this week's discussion and I know you will too.
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