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| Rick Noack |
|Alma mater||King's College London, Johns Hopkins University, Sciences Po|
Journalist for the Washington Post and other commercially-controlled media. Took a master's degree in Terrorism, Security and Society from the very spooky King's College London in 2017
Rick Noack is a journalist for the Washington Post. He has worked for CNN and other commercially-controlled media. He took a master's degree in Terrorism, Security and Society from the very spooky King's College London in 2017.
He has been based in Australia and New Zealand. In 2019 he likened the Canberra Coup to the US government shutdown for financial reasons, headlining his article "Australia tried its own government ‘shutdown’ in 1975. The queen's man in Sydney was not amused, and it never happened again." Kevin Barrett suggests that this is part of the ongoing cover-up efforts.
- ↑ https://de.linkedin.com/in/ricknoack
- ↑ https://muckrack.com/rick-noack
- ↑ https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/01/02/australia-tried-its-own-government-shutdown-queen-was-not-amused-it-never-happened-again/?utm_term=.b859a681e1ba
- ↑ https://kevinbarrett.heresycentral.is/2019/01/wapo-cias-1975-coup-against-australias-whitlam-was-just-a-government-shutdown/