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As a Senior Fellow at the Joint Special Operations University, Dr. John Alexander is uniquely knowledgeable about what would have gone into the operation to kill or capture Osama bin Laden, why it could have failed, and why it succeeded. He tells us what would have been involved behind the scenes as they prepared the operation, especially in view of the disasters that the United States has experienced with similar efforts in the past? Why did the Mogadishu and Tehran operations fail, but the bin Laden operation succeed? What has changed in the United States military’s ability to fight assymetrical warfare? Don’t miss this fascinating interview as Whitley Strieber quizzes one of the country’s leading experts about this remarkable historical event and its consequences.

Dr. Alexander’s website is

His new book is UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies and Realities.

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  1. A most interesting
    A most interesting conversation, and I really appreciate the calm manner, non-hyped way in which Whitley does these interviews (I must admit that the same can be said for Henry Williams.)
    What worries me somewhat is the surreptitious use of semantic meaning, probably unbeknownst to both gents. Christians call the evil satan and devils (etc.), for Islam it is shaytan. Evil, in many societies is represented by symbols and during recent years, folks like Icke have added to the variety (i.e. lizards). Now Whitley and Peter call it a new, but recent term: dark matter/energy.
    On the other-hand, while criticizing Icke (and others) the gents promote the same individualized human spirituality, according to which we are all individually responsible for improving social conditions.
    Thus, although giving the same message we again have fallen into the trap on concentrating on our differences of perception and nomenclature.

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