Joël van der Reijden
| Joël van der Reijden |
• Deep State|
• Deep Politics
• Deep Events
• Le Cercle
• American Security Council
• The Pilgrims Society
• The 1001 Club
A renowned independent researcher into the deep state. He is a contributor to and inspiration for Wikispooks.
Joël van der Reijden is an independent researcher into the deep state, born in the Netherlands. His theories are independent of a lot of other such work on the internet and focus upon hidden power. He has assigned a "global superclass index" to key individuals in an effort to simplify the importance of people and organisations.
- Full article: ISGP
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Joël van der Reijden created the Institute for the Study of Globalization and Covert Politics, a website formerly known as the Project for the Exposure of Hidden Institutions. The site published a number of studies and original documentation on little known but apparently very influential organizations: Le Cercle, The 1001 Club, the Anglo-American Pilgrims Society, the American Security Council, the Center for Security Policy, the OSS Society, the AFIO and others.
The site also published on the Belgian X-Dossiers  and related child abuse networks  in which very powerful people were allegedly involved. Other topics include peak oil , CIA drug trafficking , the "Liberal CIA" NGO, media and activist network ; the Kennedy assassination , covert politics in Russia, and the site's "four establishment model" of covert politics in the West. 
Site closure and reopening
ISGP was closed in late September 2010 "after the millionth page load". With permission of Joël, Wikispooks acquired an archive of the entire site and maintained a live copy of it on the Wikispooks server until Joël reopened ISGP in December 2014.
Most important cover ups
His list of the "most important cover ups/conspiracies of all time" is: JFK assassination, RFK assassination, 9/11, Operation Gladio, CIA drug trafficking, U.S. support of death squad leaders (especially in Latin America), Hoover's FBI denying that such a thing as the mafia existed until forced to admit it by Robert Kennedy, while the CIA had recruited its leaders to help overthrow Fidel Castro; Neville Chamberlain's collaboration with western banks and multinationals and the fascist regimes before World War II to destroy communism and socialism; apparent voter fraud in various US elections, most notably Bush 2000 and 2004; apparent top level pedophile entrapment networks with potential ritual abuse, 1999 Russian Apartment Bombings, control of the intelligence agencies over the alternative media, reality of the UFO phenomenon and the existence of more than the physical.
Joël van der Reijden has been researching and writing about 9-11 since early 2004. Starting in 2006 he publicly distanced himself from the subject in order to focus on documenting deep parapolitical networks and not worry about the stigma attached to 9-11 research. However, in the 2012-2016 period he did finish up a number of extensive articles, some of them book-length, that deal with almost every aspect of 9-11: the 9/11 Commission , NIST and the World Trade Center collapses , WTC 7 as a separate issue , suspects within the global superclass , and control of the security services over the "mainstream" 9/11 Truth movement - which he has always been in a state of war with. Van der Reijden is primarily supportive of the work of former Lockheed Martin and BAE Systems mechanical design engineer Tony Szamboti, who aided him in some of the World Trade Center analyses. 
In January 2013 Van der Reijden introduced the theory that the old Safari Club network (or "Shackley group" as he more often refers to it) surrounding top CIA officers George H. W. Bush, Richard Helms, Frank Carlucci and Theodore Shackley should be considered key suspects of having served as a bridge between Saudi and Pakistani backers of the 9/11 hijackers, top level elements in the Bush administration (President Bush and secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld, a best friend and protege of Carlucci), and those who, apparently, rigged the World Trade Centers towers with thermite and explosives.
Van der Reijden also brought in the unique angle of Far West, a Russian-Ukrainian GRU company that since 1998 maintained a secret partnership with Dick Cheney's KBR Halliburton and in addition was tied to the same Saudis of the "Shackley group", as well as to the Pakistani ISI, the global drug trade , and seemingly even terrorists that included Shamil Basayev, Ayman Al Zawahiri and Osama bin Laden. 
Van der Reijden first began to pay close attention to Ted Shackley after finding out in 2010 that this controversial CIA officer headed Atlantic Cercle, Inc., the registered office of Le Cercle in the 1994-2002 period. In fact, the NGO was registered at Shackley's Florida estate.  It soon turned out that Shackley:
- maintained ties with Otto von Habsburg's ultraconservative SMOM/Opus Dei clique through Le Cercle since at least the early 1980s ;
- was considered a prime suspect by HSCA investigators of having run Lee Harvey Oswald and the JFK assassination, along with several close associates ;
- was directly connected to the P2 Lodge and the Italian Strategy of Tension, even apart from his Cercle involvement ;
- has been repeatedly named in CIA heroin and cocaine trafficking operations ;
- has been named, along with close associates, of running a private assassination network, from Executive Action in the 1960s to "the Fish Farm" in the 1980s ;
- used to serve as an unofficial CIA liaison with the Israelis ;
- was close to key suspected Saudi terrorist financiers/overseers through the Safari Club network that also involved his friends Richard Helms, George H. W. Bush and Frank Carlucci, and on which the later Carlyle Group was also built ;
- was in contact with the liberal Rockefeller through his long-term mentor Richard Helms, a close friend of Henry Kissinger and David Rockefeller. 
These connections, and many others, have primarily been laid out in Van der Reijden's January 2013 70,000 word article The Supranational Suspects Behind 9/11. To a large extent his suspects for 9-11 overlap with his independently constructed "Superclass Index". 
Truth movement infiltration
Van der Reijden is perhaps the most vocal opponent in the 9/11 Truth movement of any kind of no-plane theories, arguing that they have been invented by the superclass and international security services to discredit the movement. One of his first articles ever, dating back to January 2005, makes a powerful case that Flight 77 did indeed hit the Pentagon  He has also been maintaining an extensive list of persons who have promoted no-plane theories.
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|Manuel Noriega||27 August 2016||ISGP|
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