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This wiki based site is a major source of content and was an inspiration when setting up WikiSpooks. It is a highly recommended site when researching WikiSpooks related content.

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Started: 2003

Owner: Center for Media and Democracy
Staff: 11
In its own words:
"A collaborative, specialized encyclopedia of the people, organizations, and issues shaping the public agenda. SourceWatch profiles the activities of front groups, PR spinners, industry-friendly experts, industry-funded organizations, and think tanks trying to manipulate public opinion on behalf of corporations or government. We also highlight key public policies they are trying to affect and provide ways to get involved."

SourceWatch is very useful as a reference, though does have its blindspots, such as in 9/11 and other false flags where it uncritically repeats the official narrative.[1][2]

Wikispooks pages with SourceWatch pages

 Has sourcewatchDescription
1950s 1950s saw an increased polarization of the nations of the world into Western, USA dominated countries and Eastern block, USSR influenced. The CIA was increasingly aggressive at fighting communism by protecting the interests of Wall Street.
21st Century Wire sound alternative news site.
9-11/Truth movement maligned (and infiltrated) group that believe that the US government's official narrative of 9/11 is a the pack of self-serving lies and should be exposed as such.
910 Group
ABC News
AES Corporation
David Aaron
David Aaronovitch journalist, popular with corporate media who makes light of the Bilderberg group.
Ziad Abdelnour
Agha Hasan Abedi
James Abourezk
Elliott Abrams deep politician heavily involved in the Iran-Contra affair, given a pardon by George H. W. Bush
David Abshire
Ziad Abu-Amr
Bella Abzug
Accuracy in Media
Dean Acheson
Adam Smith International
Gerry Adams
John Adams
Mike Adams
David Addington "most powerful man you’ve never heard of" (2006) who was an energetic supporter of torture under George W. Bush.
Sheldon Adelson
Andrew Adonis
Advance Publications
African Union
Philip Agee
Jonathan Aitken
Fouad Ajami
Danny Alexander
Helen Alexander
Michael Alexander
Yonah Alexander
Tariq Ali
Gary Allen
Mark Allen turned businessman and lecturer via the revolving door
Richard Allen National Security Advisor, Cercle, Iran-Contra...
Stephen Alley
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