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Commercial Groups on Wikispooks

Wikispooks pageWWWDescription
7-Seas Global Intelligencehttp://www.7-seas.net
Acanchihttp://www.acanchi.com
Alcan
ArmorGrouphttp://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 Internationalhttp://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 Englandhttp://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 Associateshttp://www.benadorassociates.com
BlackRock
Booz Allen Hamiltonhttp://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 Grouphttp://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 Riskshttp://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 Agencyhttp://www.dera.gov.uk
Defence Export Services Organisation
Defence Public Affairs Consultants
Defence Strategy & Solutions LLPhttp://www.defencestrategy.com
Dresser Industrieshttp://www.dresser.com/
EADShttp://www.eads.com/
El Alhttps://www.elal.com/en/Israel/Pages/default.aspxAn airliner flying from Central Israel, with several prolific incidents and covert operations ordered by the Deep State.
Encounter Books
Executive OutcomesA 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.
G4Shttp://www.g4s.com
GPWhttp://www.gpwltd.comA firm of corporate investigators
General Atomicshttp://www.ga.com/
GeoMiliTech Consultants Corporation
Global Strategies Grouphttp://www.globalgroup.com
Huffman Aviation
Investigative Group International
J.P. Morgan & Co.
JPMorgan Chasehttp://www.jpmorganchase.comA multinational banking and financial services holding company
Janusian Security Risk Management
Kroll Inc.http://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
Lonrhohttp://www.lonmin.com/
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Examples

Page nameDescription
AES Corporation
Alphabet
Bechtel
Boeing
Chevron
Coca Cola
Elf Aquitaine
Eurobrokers
Geek Squad
IBM
Imperial Chemical Industries
Informa
KKR & Co.
Metromedia
New York Times
Nokia
United States Steel Corporation
Westinghouse


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