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'''Dan Kaszeta''' is a [[US]]/[[UK]] dual national "[[terror expert]]" and [[journalist]] who has written for the [[Institute for Statecraft]]'s [[Integrity Initiative]] and [[StopFake]].<ref>https://www.integrityinitiative.net/articles/stopfake</ref> In 2019 Kaszeta was owner and managing director of [[Strongpoint Security]] Ltd.
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'''Daniel "Dan" Joseph Kaszeta''' is a [[US]]/[[UK]] dual national "[[terror expert]]" and [[journalist]] who has written for the [[Institute for Statecraft]]'s [[Integrity Initiative]] and [[StopFake]].<ref>https://www.integrityinitiative.net/articles/stopfake</ref> In 2019 Kaszeta was owner and managing director of [[Strongpoint Security]] Ltd.
 
   
 
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
Kaszeta reports on his [[Bellingcat]] profile that "I started out as a Chemical Officer in the [[United States Army]], and served a total of 16 years as a military reservist, first in the [[US Army]] Reserve and then in the Maryland Army National Guard, reaching the rank of Captain".
 
 
 
In 2012, Wiley published his ''CBRN and Hazmat Incidents at Major Public Events: Planning and Response''.
 
In 2012, Wiley published his ''CBRN and Hazmat Incidents at Major Public Events: Planning and Response''.
  
 
[[Kit Klarenberg]] writing in [[Sputnik News]] wrote that "Prior to 2013, he was entirely unheard of in the mainstream" but that his "rise to media prominence is also somewhat curious.".<ref>https://sputniknews.com/world/201902071072221113-kaszeta-integrity-initiative-novichok/</ref>
 
[[Kit Klarenberg]] writing in [[Sputnik News]] wrote that "Prior to 2013, he was entirely unheard of in the mainstream" but that his "rise to media prominence is also somewhat curious.".<ref>https://sputniknews.com/world/201902071072221113-kaszeta-integrity-initiative-novichok/</ref>
  
From October 2015 to January 2019 he wrote 12 pieces for [[Bellingcat]], including several on [[sarin]].
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===Bellingcat===
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From October 2015 to January 2019 he wrote 12 pieces for [[Bellingcat]], including several on [[sarin]]. Kaszeta reports on his [[Bellingcat]] profile that "I started out as a Chemical Officer in the [[United States Army]], and served a total of 16 years as a military reservist, first in the [[US Army]] Reserve and then in the Maryland Army National Guard, reaching the rank of Captain".
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===Institute for Statecraft===
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After the [[Integrity Initiative Leak]] he robustly defended his work for them, stating {{SMWQ
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[[image:Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice poison gas.jpg|left|400px]]
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The 2018/9 Institute for Statecraft leak included various invoices for Dan Kaszeta's writing for the [[Integrity Initiative]] at a rate of 40p/word.  
 
The 2018/9 Institute for Statecraft leak included various invoices for Dan Kaszeta's writing for the [[Integrity Initiative]] at a rate of 40p/word.  
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[[image:Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice nerve agents.jpg|left|400px]]
 
===''Demolishing the Kremlin’s absurd theories about Novichok and Porton Down''===
 
===''Demolishing the Kremlin’s absurd theories about Novichok and Porton Down''===
 
On 20 July 2018 Dan Kaszeta wrote an article supportive of the {{on}} which concluded that "The simple fact is that a nation like the UK needs a place like [[Porton Down]] to do valuable work to protect not just the nation’s armed forces but also to protect all of us who live here. Alleging leaks and plots does not do any good for anyone. In the absence of any evidence, these stories and theories are absurd."<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20181216141442/https://www.integrityinitiative.net/articles/demolishing-kremlins-absurd-theories-about-novichok-and-porton-down</ref> His invoice suggests he was paid £622 for the article.
 
On 20 July 2018 Dan Kaszeta wrote an article supportive of the {{on}} which concluded that "The simple fact is that a nation like the UK needs a place like [[Porton Down]] to do valuable work to protect not just the nation’s armed forces but also to protect all of us who live here. Alleging leaks and plots does not do any good for anyone. In the absence of any evidence, these stories and theories are absurd."<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20181216141442/https://www.integrityinitiative.net/articles/demolishing-kremlins-absurd-theories-about-novichok-and-porton-down</ref> His invoice suggests he was paid £622 for the article.
[[image:Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice poison gas.jpg|left|400px]]
 
[[image:Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice nerve agents.jpg|left|400px]]
 
 
[[image:Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice porton down.jpg|left|400px]]
 
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Latest revision as of 20:04, 18 November 2019

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(soldier, terror expert, spook?, deep state operative, businessman, journalist)
Dan Kaszeta.jpg
BornJanuary 1969
NationalityUS, UK
Member ofInstitute for Statecraft, Integrity Initiative
Interests • “terrorism”
• sarin
• ricin
• chemical weapons

Daniel "Dan" Joseph Kaszeta is a US/UK dual national "terror expert" and journalist who has written for the Institute for Statecraft's Integrity Initiative and StopFake.[1] In 2019 Kaszeta was owner and managing director of Strongpoint Security Ltd.

Career

In 2012, Wiley published his CBRN and Hazmat Incidents at Major Public Events: Planning and Response.

Kit Klarenberg writing in Sputnik News wrote that "Prior to 2013, he was entirely unheard of in the mainstream" but that his "rise to media prominence is also somewhat curious.".[2]

Bellingcat

From October 2015 to January 2019 he wrote 12 pieces for Bellingcat, including several on sarin. Kaszeta reports on his Bellingcat profile that "I started out as a Chemical Officer in the United States Army, and served a total of 16 years as a military reservist, first in the US Army Reserve and then in the Maryland Army National Guard, reaching the rank of Captain".

Institute for Statecraft

Full article: Rated 4/5 Institute for Statecraft
Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice poison gas.jpg

After the Integrity Initiative Leak he defended his work for them, stating

I will continue to work for InitIntegrity.jpg

[3]

The 2018/9 Institute for Statecraft leak included various invoices for Dan Kaszeta's writing for the Integrity Initiative at a rate of 40p/word.

Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice nerve agents.jpg

Demolishing the Kremlin’s absurd theories about Novichok and Porton Down

On 20 July 2018 Dan Kaszeta wrote an article supportive of the official narrative which concluded that "The simple fact is that a nation like the UK needs a place like Porton Down to do valuable work to protect not just the nation’s armed forces but also to protect all of us who live here. Alleging leaks and plots does not do any good for anyone. In the absence of any evidence, these stories and theories are absurd."[4] His invoice suggests he was paid £622 for the article.

Dan Kaszeta Institute for Statecraft invoice porton down.jpg

January 1969| 

Documents by Dan Kaszeta

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Invoice for 2 articles by Dan Kaszetainvoice26 December 2018Invoice for 2 articles written by Dan Kaszeta for Integrity Initiative “Poison gas” and "Nerve agents and treatment”
Document:Programme for the visit of the Lithuanian MOD Stratcom teamspeaking notesJune 2018Lithuania
Bill Browder
US/Strategic Command
Infowar
Hermitage
A range of seminars in connection with a Lithuanian delegation to Institute of Statecraft, including with Bill Browder's Hermitage
Document:Speaking notes for meetings in Israelspeaking notesJune 2018Israel
Russia
Institute for Statecraft
Muslims
Reservists
Institute for Statecraft wants to build a relationship with the Israeli government

 

Quotes by Dan Kaszeta

PageQuoteDateSource
Institute for Statecraft“Not just a “think tank” offering yet another discussion forum but also a “do tank”.”Integrity Initiative/Leak/5
Integrity Initiative/Purposes“We set up The Institute, firstly, to study and understand how the world really is and how it works, as opposed to how people think it works. Secondly, having identified the resulting problems, we work to help fix them. Let me explain;

o The speed of change across the world is overtaking the capacity of the institutions to adapt and stay fit for purpose. Our major institutions in European countries are becoming obsolete. This includes our armed forces.

o Governments are becoming more and more impotent and our populations are losing faith in democracy. There is a gap developing between the needs of the people and what governments can provide. The world is going through a crisis of governance

o Other countries are recognising this and are increasingly exploiting our vulnerabilities

o Instability is increasing everywhere. We need new thinking and new tools to tackle this instability, and we need to reform our institutions to reduce their vulnerabilities

o So, in addition to studying the problem, we work with institutions on long term engagements, to help them to reform or to find a working solution to a specific problem. (Examples: army, prisons, Muslim communities)”
June 2018Integrity Initiative/Leak/5

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
File:Postol-debunks-kaszeta.pdfreport14 July 2014Theodore PostolExpose of fraudulent claims made by Dan Kaszeta, the West's favourite source for demonising information on President Assad's alleged guilt for the Ghouta chemical weapons attack of August 2013


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