(Instigator News) – In March of 2015, Scott Bennett, a former U.S. Army Special Operations Officer and Counterterrorism analyst shared with French intelligence authorities unclassified intelligence about Swiss Banks being used by Saudi and Gulf Nations to finance ISIS and Al Qaeda networks, but the French refused to use the information. Eight months later, the ISIS attacks on France, financed by these players, occurred. The rest is history.
The accompanying video represents Bennett’s discussion with French Intelligence about Terrorist Financing from Saudi Arabia and Gulf States through Swiss Banks (Union Bank of Switzerland and HSBC) and information disclosed by UBS Whistleblower Brad Birkenfeld about U.S. Government Cover-up and illegal imprisonment of whistleblowers to hide the information.
French Intelligence were given information about ISIS terrorist financing but refused to do anything.
At 15:00, Bennett discusses the connection between Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, Brad Birkenfeld, and Scott Bennett in exposing the Terrorist Financing to Saudi Royal Family Swiss Banks, the U.S. State Department, and the CIA.
Over several weeks, Bennett talked with French officials, yet despite his having a top secret/sensitive compartmentalized information (TS/SCI) clearance, and his being a former global psychological operations analyst at Booz Allen Hamilton, as well as an Army Special Operations Officer who had worked at U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism, and U.S. Central Command, Bennett’s information was ignored.
Bennett had contacted the French Intelligence Services and invited them to debrief him and Brad Birkenfeld about the Saudi Arabian and Gulf States financing terrorists through Swiss Banks Union Bank of Switzerland and HSBC. Although the French officials were obsessed with trying to “pump” Bennett for information that might implicate French intelligence and U.S. Intelligence agencies, the French refused to submit the necessary written documentation and request for the intelligence which would have allowed Bennett and Birkenfeld to be debriefed.
Had the French debriefed Bennett and Birkenfeld, they would have known 19,000 names and locations and Swiss bank accounts used to fund Wahhabi extremists, purchase weapons, and facilitate their terrorist recruitment and attacks—including those operations in France and Syria.
Instead, the networks and operations would allowed to continue their mission of killing, conquest, sexual enslavement, and historical site destruction.
The blood of French citizens now cries out from the ground to avenge this despicable act of negligence, incompetence or treason by French officials for their refusing to cut off the funds that financed these attacks. Time will tell if it was their intention all along.