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 (Suspected assassin of [[RFK]])
  • Thane Eugene Cesar  + (Suspected assassin of [[RFK]].)
  • Robert Creamer  + (Suspected deep state functionary and husband of [[Jan Schakowsky]])
  • Robert Zoelly  + (Suspected to have been the Swiss director of the [[Le Cercle]].)
  • Lyndon Johnson  + (Suspected to have blackmailed his way into the vice presidency so he could become president when JFK was assassinated.)
  • Alexander Nix  + (Suspended after the Channel 4 expose)
  • Sonny Bono  + (Suspiciously killed politician)
  • Document:Abolish Terrorist Agencies  + (Swanson characterises [[Annie Jacobsen]]Swanson characterises [[Annie Jacobsen]]'s ''Surprise Kill Vanish'' as an apology for [[intelligence agencies]]. He deconstructs their the [[official narrative]]s of defending "[[democracy]]", claiming that they have "decades of engaging in and provoking terrorism". Citing [[blowback]] from their operations as major factors in the growth of the [[MICC]] and its climate [[paranoia]] and [[permanent war]], he calls for an end to the [[intelligence agencies]].[[intelligence agencies]].)
  • Carl Johan Åberg  + (Swedish one time Bilderberger)
  • Carl Bildt  + (Swedish poitician and serial Bilderberger)
  • Thomas Jordan  + (Swiss central banker)
  • Document:Wikipedians in disrepute - "Vzaak/Manul"  + (Systematic enforcement of the materialistic scientific paradigm against orthodox dissenters on Wikipedia)
  • Document:Wikipedians in Disrepute - “Guy (JzG)”  + (Systematic enforcement of the materialistic scientific paradigm against orthodox dissenters on Wikipedia)
  • J. D. Tippit/Body discovered  + (T. F. Bewley comes upon J.D. Tippit's body in the street. As he gets out to help he looks at his watch, which reads 1:10pm ref. Conspiracy - Who Killed Kennedy?, p 122)
  • Thomas Bittler  + (TSA whistleblower, dismissed along with [[Ray Guagliardi]].)
  • TSBD sixth floor empty  + (TSBD employee Bonnie Ray Williams leaves the sixth floor after eating his lunch, he saw nobody. ref. Crossfire, p 49; Conspiracy - Who Killed Kennedy?, p 106)
  • Eddie Piper speaks to Oswald  + (TSBD employee Eddie Piper said he actually spoke to Oswald, Just at twelve o'clock, down on the first floor.)
  • Oswald near telephone in TSBD  + (TSBD foreman Bill Shelley said he saw Oswald near the telephone on the first floor. ref. Conspiracy - Who Killed Kennedy?, p 107)
  • Searle Pharmaceuticals  + (Taken over by [[Monsanto]] in 1985.)
  • Scott Bennett  + (Tampa)
  • Murray Edwards  + (Tar sands billionaire)
  • Document:After Yugoslavia, Ukraine?  + (Telling parallels and juxtapositions between the 2013-14 rioting in Ukraine and the dissolution of Yugoslavia)
  • Document:The Confessions of Rudolf Hoss  + (Text and commentary on the confessions of Auschwitz camp commandant Rudolf Hoss secured under torture and gross ill-treatment by both his British and Polish inquisitors)
  • Document:The Euro-Summit Agreement on Greece  + (Text of the Euro-Greek agreement on Greek debt, annotated by Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek finance minister)
  • Document:The Gulf of Credibility  + (That [[Iran]] would target a [[Japan]]ese ship and a friendly [[Russia]]n crewed ship is a ludicrous allegation)
  • Document:How Chrystia Freeland Organised Donald Trump’s Coup in Venezuela  + (That’s what [[Ukraine]], and now [[Venezuela]], and many other [[US]] coups and invasions, are - and have been - really about. It’s about the ‘peace’ of the graveyard, NOT any democracy, anywhere at all.)
  • India  + (The "''Jewel in the Crown''" of the British Empire. Until independence in 1947 it was ruled from London under the auspices of a British-appointed Viceroy whose powers were absolute.)
  • Bank of Credit and Commerce International  + (The "Bank of Crooks and Criminals International", as some nicknamed it, was a bank set up to facilitate large scale, global money laundering, mainly to support a range of black operations by intelligence agencies.)
  • WW1  + (The "Great War" and the "War to End War". Perhaps 10 million killed.)
  • Document:Hong Kong's Identity Crisis  + (The "Occupy Central" movement in Hong KongThe "Occupy Central" movement in Hong Kong seek to harness popular disaffection, especially among the young, but its leaders represent colonial collaborators who cannot accept the return of Hong Kong to China, nor imagine life other than as cogs in an Anglo-American world order. as cogs in an Anglo-American world order.)
  • War on Journalism  + (The "War on Journalism" is a global campaign to try to suppress fact-based reporting. It is a deep state response to increased awareness of [[big media's mendacity]] and that many "[[democracies]]" offer their citizens no real choice.)
  • User:Robin  + (The "War on Terror" is not a mistake, nor did it begin in 2001 in response to 9/11. This page clears up a number of misconceptions about this so-called "war" which like the "[[war on drugs]]" was designed to be endless.)
  • 2016 London mayoral election  + (The "big first test" for [[Jeremy Corbyn]]'s leadership of the Labour Party)
  • Africa  + (The "dark continent", almost completely overrun by European colonialists, now full of nominally independent governments. Its exploitation continues in a range of more modern, complex, forms, such as [[land grabbing]].)
  • United States Postal Inspection Service  + (The "law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service.")
  • Gavrilo Princip  + (The "lone nut" assassin who supposedly started the [[First World War]])
  • David Addington  + (The "most powerful man you’ve never heard of" (2006) who was an energetic supporter of [[torture]] under George W. Bush.)
  • National Endowment for Democracy  + (The "traditional intermediary of the CIA", promoting the US "national interest" by "soft power".)
  • Document:British MPs won’t get to see ‘WitchHunt’ in the House of Commons – the very place it needs to be shown  + (The ''[[WitchHunt]]'' deserves to be widely seen. And it will be from Sunday 17th March 2019 when it goes online for free viewing.)
  • Special Operations Division  + (The 'Special Operations Division' is a secret unit of the DEA dedicated to hiding the use of classified/illegally obtained information in their investigations.)
  • 2006 transatlantic aircraft plot  + (The 'liquid bomb plot' after which tight restrictions were introduced for passengers aboard commercial flights.)
  • William Colby  + (The 10th DCI, who died in a suspicious boating accident. Appointed as "a professional who would not make waves.")
  • Document:Easter 1916: When a terrible beauty was born  + (The 1916 Easter rising in Dublin against British rule in Ireland written just prior to the centenary of the events, with brief biographiacal information about its two principle leaders.)
  • File:Hw-80-2.pdf  + (The 1945 draft UK-USA agreement)
  • Ngo Dinh Diem  + (The 1st President of South Vietnam, assassinated by the CIA.)
  • Document:Bloodbath in Odessa guided by interim rulers of Ukraine  + (The 2 May massacre of anti-Kiev-Junta signature collectors in Odessa was planned, orchestrated and implemented by Junta acting president Olexandre Turchinov and his security establishment)
  • File:PRIO Annual report 2009.pdf  + (The 2009 annual report.)
  • Bilderberg/2013  + (The 2013 Bilderberg group meeting.)
  • Document:Ukraine: another piece in US-NATO-EU neo-con puzzle  + (The 2014 coup in Ukraine is further confirThe 2014 coup in Ukraine is further confirmation of the US foreign policy goal outlined by then Secretary of defence Paul Wolfowitz in a 2001 memo: "...we’ve got about 5 or 10 years to clean up those old Soviet regimes before the next great superpower comes on to challenge us"great superpower comes on to challenge us")
  • Norman Kirk  + (The 29th Prime Minister of New Zealand. An outspoken critic of [[US foreign policy]], he died suddenly while in office, reportedly due to overwork.)
  • Dag Hammarskjöld  + (The 2nd Secretary-General of the United Nations who died in highly suspicious circumstances while trying to make peace in the Congo.)