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Date24 January 2019
ExposedAlexander Finnen
DescriptionReleased on the 24 January 2019, the fifth Integrity Initiative Leak.

The Fifth tranche of the Integrity Initiative/Leak was released on the 24 January 2019. The previous leak, Integrity Initiative Leak 4 had been on 4 January 2019.

As of this publication, access to the Integrity Initiative website has been denied and only confirmed followers can view its twitter account. We’ve been long waiting for that very move from our opponents since, as is known, nothing attracts more attention than an attempt to conceal facts. Yet, well-coordinated efforts of the Anonymous from around the world have enabled you to learn everything about the Integrity Initiative and the Institute for Statecraft even if their farcical websites are unavailable. Today we will continue publishing the documents and facts which confirm that the UK taxpayers fund a full-scale informational war that is going on across entire Europe.[1]

Integrity Initiative/Leak/6

Full article: Integrity Initiative/Leak/6

The sixth Integrity Initiative leak was posted on 8 February 2019.



Page nameDescription
Document:5 July Seminar; Potential guest list for discussionSeminar with a mix of media, academics and lots of spooks
Document:Appendix A Ukraine Indicators and WarningsUkrainian officers tells British colleagues their opinions
Document:CyberGuardian Cyber Security Education Programme for Children and Young PeopleII puts lots of thought into how the military can train British children for cyberwarfare.
Document:Establishing a modern perspective - Nation-State vs Network State"The...requirement is for the organisation to be able to get its message across, to ensure that the Government and the people understand that they are actually engaged in one (or more) instability, like it or not." Chris Donnelly believes “we are at war, but with peacetime attitudes."
Document:Executive Summary Cyber Security Education Programme for Children and Young PeopleII sums up its thought on how the military can train British children for cyberwarfare
Document:Finding the moneyInegrity Initiative is convinced all opposition is Russian funded, and wants to prove it
Document:Genesis and features of Russia’s hybrid warfare in UkraineQuote from presentation: “aggression will [only] be over when Russia is over"
Document:Institute for Statecraft & Center for Naval Analyses Joint WorkshopInformation Warfare Study Day hosted by British Navy. Candid opinions (with a NATO-flavor) on lots of military issues.
Document:Invoice Visit to Norway 23-4 January 2018 Alex FinnenProves Alex Finnen is connected to Norwegian cell
Document:John Searle Statecraft invoice 29 May 18John Searle invoice to Institute of Statecraft for "Research activities"
Document:Maritime Battle Staff Information Warfare (IW) Study DayInformation Warfare Study Day hosted by British Navy
Document:Meeting Note Moscow Stock Exchange ForumII, probably Victor Madeira or Perry Fawcett, attended a Russian business forum in London
Document:Programme for the visit of the Lithuanian MOD Stratcom teamA range of seminars in connection with a Lithuanian delegation to Institute of Statecraft, including with Bill Browder's Hermitage
Document:Speaking notes for meetings in IsraelInstitute for Statecraft wants to build a relationship with the Israeli government
Document:The Reasons for the Decline of MODThe Civil and Military Services have seen their intellectual capacity dramatically reduced as they have reduced in numbers, and for the past decade have made virtually no contribution to the redesign of the Whitehall structures of power. This now needs to change.
Document:Think Piece: Current Russian Strategic ThinkingChris Donnelly gives his view on Current Russian Strategic Thinking
Document:Visit of Ukrainian military officers to UK 6 13 JulyUkrainian officers tells British colleagues their opinions and work with Croatia
Document:Why do Muslims in particular usually have a misconception of NATO?"supported by the We Are NATO project, IfS expects to be able to change perceptions both of NATO and of UK defence and the Armed Forces, and to inspire a long term appreciation of NATO, its mechanisms, programmes and intervention activities.
Document:Yusuf Desai: Response to Government Green PaperA need to inspect and enforce creation of modern Islamic literature to address the key issues
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