Author, researcher and investigator of the various causes supported by the CIA, Paul L. Williams discussed his contention that a secret alliance was forged at the close of World War II by the CIA, the Mafia, and the Vatican, in order to thwart the possibility of a Communist invasion of Europe. After WWII, the CIA began a covert operation known as Operation Gladio, using "stay-behind" military units whose missions were funded from black ops like the sale of large supplies of morphine that had been smuggled out of Germany and Italy, he reported. "Operation Gladio has been responsible for millions of deaths, and remains in full effect," he asserted, adding that the members of the units were either fascists or Nazis, though they were trained by US special forces.
The Vatican became the center of the operation, allowing their bank to harbor money from the black ops, initially in order to ward off the threat of Communism, Williams continued. The finances of the Vatican bank were out of the public's purview, and originally funds (around $60 million) were used to prop up the Christian Democrat party, and murder some Communist leaders, he outlined. Later, Gladio was involved in the death of Pope John Paul I, said Williams. The Pope had learned that the Vatican bank was money laundering for the Sicilian Mafia, and announced an upcoming investigation. However, the next day he was dead from a heart attack.
In more recent years, Gladio and the CIA was responsible for the formation of the Mujahideen, guerrilla outfits of radical Islamists, as well as the group ISIS, he suggested. Though Gladio's missions have evolved over time, it's very much in existence today and is a tool of the globalists and the New World Order, who have set their sights on controlling Central Asia, Williams said. They also seek to dissolve the sovereignty of the United States, and create a one-world government, he added.
Entering the Afterlife
First hour guest, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, a leading expert in the metaphysical and paranormal fields, talked about the environment of the afterlife. "For most people who communicate from the afterlife, they say that dying is surprisingly easy, and it's like stepping out of your body into another kind of existence," she said. According to reports, the afterlife is a vast and fluid place that is very malleable to thought. It's full of wonder, relief, and joy, and the newly deceased undergo a rejuvenation. For those who feared death, their fears were unfounded, she shared.