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World Trade Center bombing

Full article: 1993 World Trade Center bombing

On February 26, a truck bomb at the World Trade Center killed 6 people, injured over 1000 and "created the necessary pretext for a massive engineering upgrade of the WTC complex. The purpose of the 1993 WTC bombing was not to bring down the WTC. A truck bomb could not bring down a structure as large as the WTC. The purpose of the 1993 WTC bombing was to create a rationale for a “security upgrade” of the WTC complex." Mark Gorton writes that the deeper purposes of that “security upgrade” (led by Brian Michael Jenkins for Kroll Inc.) were to emerge 8½ years later with the demolition of the three WTC towers on September 11, 2001.[1]

Sudden Death of Vince Foster

Full article: Vince Foster/Death

Deputy White House Counsel, Vince Foster, was found dead in Fort Marcy Park off the George Washington Parkway in Virginia, outside Washington, D.C., on July 20, 1993. It was officially ruled to be a suicide, but this verdict is widely disputed.

 

Events

EventDateDescription
The Troubles1966 - 1998
Project STARGATE1978 - 1995
Al-Yamamah arms dealSeptember 1985 - August 2006
Savings and loan fraud1986 - 1995
Operation Mass Appeal1990 - 2003
1993 World Trade Center bombing26 February 1993
Waco siege28 February 1993 - 19 April 1993
Stephen Lawrence/Murder22 April 1993
Bilderberg/199322 April 1993 - 25 April 1993
Vince Foster/Death20 July 1993
 

New Groups

GroupImageDateType
UN WatchUN Watch.jpg1993 - PresentLobby
DemosDemos think tank logo.jpg1993 - PresentThink tank
Charity
Immigration and Naturalization ServiceGroup.png1993 - 2003
PowderJectGroup.png1993 - Present
European Research GroupGroup.pngJuly 1993 - Present
 

Groups that were Wound Up

GroupImageDateTypeDescription
Institut für TerrorismusforschungGroup.png1986 - 1993
House October Surprise Task ForceGroup.pngMarch 1992 - January 1993Cover-upA group tasked with creating an official narrative to explain away evidence of the October Surprise conspiracy.
 

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