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Commercial Groups on Wikispooks

Wikispooks pageDateWWWDescription
7-Seas Global Intelligencehttp://www.7-seas.net
Acanchihttp://www.acanchi.com
Alcan1902 - Present
ArmorGroup1981 - Presenthttp://www.g4s.com/One of the largest private security firms operating in Iraq
ArmorGroup/North America
Armscorhttp://www.armscor.co.za
Associated Presshttp://www.ap.org/
BAE Systemshttp://www.baesystems.com/A global arms company, with interests also in civilian avionics and engineering. Its subsidiaries are also involved in providing intelligence, personnel and logistics support to US/UK military.
Bank of Credit and Commerce International1972 - 1991http://www.bcci.info/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.
Bank of England1694 - Presenthttp://www.bankofengland.co.uk
Barrick Goldhttp://www.barrick.com
Baxter Internationalhttp://www.Baxter.com/A multi-billion dollar transnational corporation which is of interest as regards emerging diseases and vaccines.
Benador Associates2001 - Presenthttp://www.benadorassociates.com
Booz Allen Hamilton1914 - Presenthttp://www.boozallen.com/A for-profit part of the US Deep State.
Brazzaville Foundationhttp://www.brazzavillefoundation.org
Britam Defence Ltdhttp://www.britamdefence.comA "risk management and training consultancy" that was the subject of a high profile 2013 data leak.
British Satellite BroadcastingA London based satellite television company
C13 Associateshttp://c13associates.co.uk
CNNhttp://www.cnn.com
Carlyle Group1987 - Presenthttp://carlyle.comA "private global investment firm" with around 1400 employees which has become the world's second largest private capital firm. Close connections to the deep state are suspected.
Champollionhttp://www.champollion.co.uk
Comversehttp://www.cmvt.com
Control Risks1975 - Presenthttp://www.controlrisks.comA British private security company.
Corporate mediaThe corporate media refers to itself as 'mainstream' in an effort to marginalize so-called "alternative" media. While some instances (e.g. BBC) are not strictly commercial, all the corporate media is hierarchically structured, so a very small number of editors can censor or modify its output.
DMG Information
Defence Evaluation and Research Agency2 July 2001 - Presenthttp://www.dera.gov.uk
Defence Export Services Organisation
Defence Public Affairs Consultants
Defence Strategy & Solutions LLP7 August 2002 - 5 November 2013http://www.defencestrategy.com
Dresser Industrieshttp://www.dresser.com/
EADShttp://www.eads.com/
Encounter Books
Executive Outcomes1989 - 31 December 1998A private military contractor which offered "Security management" and "full-service risk management consulting". It operated during the 1990s and boasted 500 military advisers and over 3000 military personnel, largely drawn from the South African Civil Cooperation Bureau.
G4S2004 - Presenthttp://www.g4s.com
GPWhttp://www.gpwltd.comA firm of corporate investigators
General Atomicshttp://www.ga.com/
GeoMiliTech Consultants Corporation15 August 1983 - Present
Global Strategies Grouphttp://www.globalgroup.com
Huffman Aviation1972 - Present
IDefensehttp://labs.idefense.com
Investigative Group International1984 - Present
J.P. Morgan & Co.
JPMorgan Chasehttp://www.jpmorganchase.comA multinational banking and financial services holding company
Janusian Security Risk Management
Kroll Inc.1972 - Presenthttp://www.kroll.com
Lehman Brothershttps://www.archive.barclays.com/items/show/5403The bank which collapsed in 2008, resulting - according to the official narrative - in the Global Financial Crisis.
Lockheed"Nobody is doing a better job of arming the world than Lockheed-Martin"
London Security Grouphttp://www.thelondonsecuritygroup.com
Lonrho13 May 1909 - Presenthttp://www.lonmin.com/
MBDAhttp://www.mbda.co.uk
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Examples

     Page name     TypeDateAuthor(s)Subject(s)Description
AES Corporation
Alphabet
Bechtel
Boeing
Chevron
Elf Aquitaine
Eurobrokers
Geek Squad
IBM
Imperial Chemical Industries
Informa
Insys Therapeutics
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co
Metromedia
New York Timescommercial"All the news that fits our views"...
Nokia
United States Steel Corporation
Westinghouse


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