From Wikispooks
(Redirected from Cars)
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Concept.png Car 
Interest ofGeoff Cygnus
A means of transportation

A car or automobile is a motor vehicle with wheels, usually driving on roads.

Car crash

Full article: Car crash

Car crashes, like plane crashes and other such 'accidents' can be used as covert assassination tools. Several prolific people or important researchers have met their demise this way, such as demolition expert Danny Jowenko, Princess Diana or Ryazan Incident-investigator Otto Lacis.

According to secret documents released by WikiLeaks, the CIA can use everyday cars and every device that controls it to gain control of the car and crash the occupants to death -The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age

Vault 7

Wikileaks released Vault 7, a collection of documents that were released by the organisation in March 2017. The documents contained classified information and details about the cyber espionage tools and hacking capabilities of the Central Intelligence Agency, one of the biggest leaks of the CIA working in the 2000s. One scary detail was the evidence that the CIA was able to hack into the lives of people by virtually every electronic device in their vicinity.[1]

Deep events

One well known instance in which a car crash brought about a deep event was the Susurluk incident. The scandal was that a car crash that took place on 3 November 1996 in the small town of Susurluk, in Turkey's Balıkesir Province resulted in the deaths of three of the passengers: Abdullah Çatlı, a former ultra-rightist militant wanted by police for multiple murders and drug trafficking; Huseyin Kocadağ, a senior police official; and beauty queen Gonca Us (Çatlı's girlfriend). Sedat Bucak, an MP, escaped with a broken leg and fractured skull. The Susurluk crash was a key event in the unravelling of the deep state in Turkey.


Full article: Michael Hastings
Full article: Seth Rich

In recent cases in the 2010s, several relatively unknown researchers or liaisons of journalists have met their demise in very heavy car crashes. If their car wasn't destroyed, often a car would play a significant role in being used or heavily suspected of being used as transport vehicles, but not appearing in any investigatioin. These crashes were therefore all reported as accidents or plain incidents - sometimes even drug-induced - although follow up research proved that to not have been the definitive factor in their deaths. Another strange coincidence is that often the FBI and other police forces lied that nothing was confiscated from these victims. The FBI did take the belongings of Seth Rich and refused to admit it until FOIA requests proved otherwise, which even in the heavily polarised US media landscape, caused several CCM to question the CIA and FBI's motives. Another interesting point is a D.C based forensic team of students that detirmed in a paper "the hit hallmarks of a organized hit" depsite ""The ten-block radius around where Rich was killed had seen a significant spike in armed robberies with guns, with eight reported in the six weeks leading up to his murder had people robbing seemingly random people before getting away in getaway vehicles. [2][3][4][5][6]

Critic of Russian president Putin Boris Nemtsov was killed in Moscow. The Russian Federal Protection Service, responsible for security in the Kremlin, claimed to have no video evidence showing the scene of the murder, despite its having taken place in the immediate vicinity of the Kremlin. No forensic evidence at all was obtained from another garbage truck that passed Mr Nemtsov at the moment he was shot despite its timing blocking CCTV standing right next to Nemtsov when he was shot down; apart from the fact it kept moving despite a barrage a bullets being fired next to it, and after two women who were suspected as distraction were not sought after, two men later convicted, later outright claimed they were being set up and made to confess under torture.[7][8]

Michael Hastings was cremated without any consent from his family following a high-speed crash hours after contacting Wikileaks - possibly regarding an investigation into CIA Director John Brennan. Wikileaks revealed them both to be in contact with Wikileaks. Wikileaks offered money for information about both deaths, and argued Seth Rich was assasinated.[9]

Mandatory Speed Limiters And Data Recorders

By 2024, new cars in the European Union will have installed mandatory equipment designed to monitor driving data and limit speed. New cars will have to come equipped with an Event Data Recorder (EDR) as standard,using the same technology as the black boxes found in aircraft (presumably minus the voice recording feature). It keeps track of driving data such as speed, location, and even the amount of brake force applied. Officially, this data is recorded only in the event of an accident. Furthermore, the data recorded will remain anonymous, and will only be used to improve infrastructure and the vehicles themselves.[10]

All cars will also have to be fitted with ISA, or Intelligent Speed Assist. Similar to how traditional adaptive cruise control works, the ISA system knows the speed limit of certain areas, and will give an audible and visual alert to the driver warning them that they are exceeding the speed limit. The ISA can be disabled, but is designed to automatically reactivate on every startup.[10]

Low energy vehicle

The car manufacturing industry increases power, size and features with each generation, but only under pressure in the 90s Volkswagen in Germany built a real 3 Liter car which still had enough comfort for the average buyer - the 'Lupo 3L TDI' in 1999.[11][12] The car however was expensive/overpriced, got little advertising and with limited success was discontinued after a few years while the company focused on a top-class car (the Phaeton, which flopped), and the Touareg (a heavy SUV). Another attempt for a 3 Liter car was made with a modification of a Golf 5 by a tuning company, which achived the consumption by reducing weight. The tuner concluded, after being able to reduce by ~400 KG (1,400 KG initially), that despite climate change and resource scarcity, "corporations place value on other things in their research".[13]

Studies in the area with concept and consumer line cars that were modified for fuel efficiency go back to the mid 70s.[14]

Remote Disabling

Can the Government Hack Into Your Car? - The Young Turks

Starting in the 2020s, car manufacturers licenced a US patent to "retire" cars when customers do not pay their bills. Ford is the first company to obtain a patent allowing the car to drive away autonomously in the future.[15]

Volkswagen refused in 2023 to release the location of a vehicle that was stolen with a 2-year-old child in the backseat. This happened after the American police immediately contacted the car manufacturer to locate the stolen car via GPS. Volkswagen only wanted to respond to this after an unpaid invoice (of just $150) had first been paid.[16]

Device built by Samy Kamkar.[17] Proof of concept lecture was held at Defcon 23.[18]

Remote opening

By the mid 2010s security researchers were able to copy RF signals of car keys with relativley cheap equipment and could open cars with the intercepted signal.[19][20][21] Any brand is susceptible to this kind of attack and there is little that can be done in defense.[22] When a car is opened, an attacker could then create another key for himself via the industry standard OBD interface.[23]


Car victims on Wikispooks

Eivinn BergPossible deep state operative, attended the 1985 Bilderberg as Permanent Representative of Norway to NATO. Died in a car crash
Hubert BrasierFather of Theresa May, died in a car crash
Hermine de Clermont-TonnerreFrench socialite in Epstein's black book.
Edward CutoloA drug smuggler who named a lot of names about the CIA's drug trafficking, and who then died a sudden death, as did many of those he named.
Darya DuginaRussian journalist and political activist who was killed in a car bombing on the outskirts of Moscow on 20 August 2022
Daphne Caruana GaliziaThe Maltese journalist and blogger who exposed the Panama Papers. Assassinated in 2017 by a car bomb
Athan GibbsUS businessman who designed a a voting machine where the voter has an opportunity to verify that their vote has been received, recorded and counted. Died in suspicious car crash.
Faraj HassanA supporter of Aafia Siddiqui
Michael HastingsAmerican journalist, author, contributing editor to Rolling Stone and reporter for BuzzFeed.
Anne HecheHollywood actress who died in fiery car crash
Theodore Herzl
Danny JowenkoControlled demolition expert who was famously interviewed about the destruction of WTC7, later suddenly died
Isaac KappyAn actor who died aged 42 after accusing former Hollywood friends of paedophilia.
Otto LacisA member of the ill-fated Kovalev Commission who died in a car crash.
Meyer LondonSocialist Congressman who voted against entry into World War I. Died prematurely in 1926, when struck by an automobile.
Björn LundvallAs CEO of LM Ericsson, a part of the Wallenberg Sphere, Lundvall also represented the Wallenberg family as a member of the Bilderberg Steering committee.
Rolando MasferrerOperation 40 member car bombed in Miami a week mafter he published a newspaper editorial arguing that car bombs were a justifiable tactic.
Aubrey McClendonA US businessman who died in suspicious circumstances.
Mpho MoeraneThe Mayor of Johannesburg died in a freak car crash in May 2022.
Paul MoranAustralian spook who worked for the Rendon Group under journalistic cover. He made a television interview for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation with an Iraqi defector that helped create the pretext for the 2003 Iraq Invasion. Died under murky circumstances.
Uğur MumcuTurkish journalist who "messed with the beehives" and was assassinated by (not mutually exclusive) the CIA, the [Turkey/Deep state
Mario OhovenGerman business leader who has been a regular guest on German talk shows. Died in a Car crash two days after criticizing a new Covid-19 lockdown.
Vasily ProzorovEx-employee of the SBU who defected to Russia. Assassinated with car bomb in 2024.
Brian Downing QuigDeep politics researcher who publicised CIA drug trafficking. Fatal hit by a car in 2003.
Karen SilkwoodThe assassinated US nuclear whistleblower whose case was taken up by the Christic Institute.
Paul M. SmithHelicopter pilot who played a role in 2001. Died in 2007
Paul StehlinFrench officer and politician opposed the defense policy of General de Gaulle, which called for French room for independence, and campaigned for a close alliance with the United States. Went to the 1973 Bilderberg. Died after a traffic accident on the same day in 1975 he was exposed as secret "consultant" for US arms companies.


Related Quotations

Elon Musk“In the distant future, people may outlaw driving cars because it's too dangerous. You can't have a person driving a two-ton death machine”Elon Musk2015
Michael Oppenheimer“The only hope for the world is to make sure there is not another United States. We can’t let other countries have the same number of cars, the amount of industrialisation we have in the U.S. We have to stop these Third World countries right where they are.”Michael Oppenheimer
Many thanks to our Patrons who cover ~2/3 of our hosting bill. Please join them if you can.


  7. ttps://
  10. a b
  20. -
  22. "Temporary Countermeasures"