1997

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Lady Diana was killed in a highly suspicious car crash, after successfully leading efforts to ban production of land mines.

1997 was the start of Operation Gladio/B, according to whistleblower Sibel Edmonds. The name of "Al Qaeda" and "Ossama Bin Laden" were more or less unknown in the US population at this point, but a campaign was started to try to raise awareness and fear of them.

"Unlawful Killing" of Diana Princess of Wales

Full article: Diana Princess of Wales/Death
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On 31 August 1997, Diana Princess of Wales was killed along with two other people after injuries sustained in a suspicious car crash. A 2007/2008 inquest determined that she had been "unlawfully killed". Her husband, Prince Charles was not called to testify, although two copies of the Mishcon note had surface, in which she wrote of her fear that she would be killed in a staged car crash.[1][2]

Operation Gladio/B

Full article: Rated 5/5 Operation Gladio/B

Sibel Edmonds revealed "Operation Gladio B" as an FBI codename adopted in 1997 for ongoing relations between US intelligence, the Pentagon and Al Qaeda.[3]

Cercle Exposure

Full article: Le Cercle/Exposure
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The Independent reported on Jonathan Aitken's dismissal as chair of Le Cercle.[4]

 

Events

EventDateDescription
The Troubles1966 - 1998
Al-Yamamah arms dealSeptember 1985 - August 2006
Operation Mass Appeal1990 - 2003
Operation Gladio/B1997 - Present
Le Cercle/1997 (Berlin)1997
Bilderberg/199712 June 1997 - 15 June 1997
Diana Spencer/Premature death31 August 1997
 

New Groups

GroupImageDateTypeDescription
The Smith InstituteGroup.png1997 - PresentThink tank
Project for the New American CenturyGroup.png1997 - 2006Public policy think tank
Institute for Public AccuracyGroup.png1997 - Present
AcademiAcademi.jpg1997 - PresentMilitary ranks
Military
Formerly known as Blackwater, a huge US-based private military contractor infamous for a string of scandals.
Muslim Council of BritainMuslim Council of Britain.jpg1997 - PresentAn umbrella body for 500 mosques, schools and associations in Britain.
Whitehall AdvisersGroup.png1997 - PresentCommercial
Military
United States Committee for a Free LebanonGroup.png4 July 1997 - PresentLobby
 

New Websites

EventImageDateURLDescription
WorldNetDailyWorldNetDaily.png1997 - Presenthttp://www.wnd.comChristian conservative news aggregation site
Common DreamsCD stacked white email.png1997 - Presenthttps://www.commondreams.org/Named as an outlet of "Fake News"
Black Star NewsBlackstarnews.png1997 - Presenthttp://www.blackstarnews.comA news website which broke the murder of Sunny Sheu.
Voz de AztlanVoz de Aztlan.png11 July 1997 - 2015
Spartacus EducationalSpartacus Educational.pngSeptember 1997 - Presenthttp://www.spartacus-educational.comA lot of useful material on intelligence agencies and biographies of shady characters. Since 2014 there has been a forum.
 

Groups that were Wound Up

GroupImageDateType
MetromediaMetromedia Incorporated logo.jpg1956 - 1997
Joint Services School of IntelligenceGroup.png1969 - 1997Military
 

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