- Extract of the book "Bright Light On Black Shadows" from Dr. Rauni Kilde :

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- Extract (from page 291 to 294) of Chapter XVIII : Text on "GLADIO" / "STAY BEHIND" :


Originally Stay behind was created with good intentions to fight communism.

Today it is out of control, and a new, much bigger Stay behind 2 is active in Norway.

Stay behind logo resembles NATO logo.

In Italy Stay behind was called Gladio 2, dealing with terrorism secretly in Western Europe.

It was e.g. responsible for kidnapping and killing Prime Minister Aldo Moro 1978 where the blame was given to Red Brigade.

Today enemies are communists and NATO opposition.

22.11.1990 EU forbade operation Gladio, but although Norway follows most EU decisions, this one is omitted.

Italy and Belgium had terror actions by Stay behind, and when the organizations were stopped to exist also terror actions stopped.

In Norway Stay behind is called E14.

What was its role in Norway's terror actions, if any ?

Some have tried to get control of Norwegian stay behind already years ago.

Who are the back men giving orders to those 'officially' in charge ?

European Parliament resolution on Gladio :

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On November 22, 1990, the European Parliament passed resolution on Operation Gladio. Joint resolution replacing B3-2021, 2058, 2068, 2087/90 :

A. having regard to the revelation by several European governments of the existence for 40 years of a clandestine parallel intelligence and armed operations organization in several Member States of the community,

B. whereas for over 40 years this organization has escaped all democratic controls and has been run by the secret services of the states concerned in collaboration with NATO,

C. fearing the danger that such clandestine network may have interfered illegally in the internal political affairs of Member States or may still do so,

D. where in certain Member States military secret services (or uncontrolled branches thereof) were involved in serious cases of terrorism and crime as evidenced by, various judicial inquiries,

E. whereas these organizations operated and continue to operate completely outside the law since they are not subject to any parliamentary control and frequently those holding the highest government and constitutional posts are kept in the dark as to these matters,

F. whereas the various "Gladio' organizations have at their disposal independent arsenals and military resources which give them an unknown strike potential, thereby jeopardizing the democratic structures of the countries in which they are operating or have been operating,

G. greatly concerned at the existence of decision-making and operational bodies which are not subject to any form of democratic control and are of a completely clandestine nature a time when greater Community cooperation in the field of security is a constant subject of discussion.

1. Condemns the clandestine creation of manipulative and operational networks and calls for full investigation into the nature, structure, aims and all other aspects of these clandestine organizations or any splinter group, their use of illegal interference in the internal political affairs of the countries concerned, the problem of terrorism in Europe and the possible collusion of the secret services of Member States or third countries ;

2. Protests vigorously at the assumption by certain US military personnel at SHAPE and in NATO of the right to encourage the establishment in Europe of a clandestine intelligence and operation network ;

3. Calls on the governments of the Member States to dismantle all clandestine military and paramilitary networks ;

4. Calls on the judiciaries of countries in which the presence of such military organizations has been ascertained to elucidate fully their composition and modus operandi and to clarify any action they may have taken to destabilize the democratic structure of the Member States ;

5. Request all the Member States to take the necessary measures, if necessary by establishing parliamentary committees of inquiry, to draw up a complete list of organizations active in this field, and at the same time monitor their links with the respective state intelligence services and their links, if any, with terrorists action groups and/or other illegal practices ;

6. Calls on the Council of Ministers to provide full information on the activities of these secret intelligence and operational services ;

7. Calls on its competent committee to consider holding a hearing in order to clarify the role and impact of the "Gladio" organization and any similar bodies ;

8. Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Commission, the Council, the Secretary-General of NATO, the governments of the Member States and the United States Government.