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     ("All the news that fits our views"..)
    • New York Times  + ("All the news that fits our views"...)
    • Clyde Tolson  + ("Alter Ego" of his close friend [[FBI director]] [[J. Edgar Hoover]])
    • Integrity Initiative  + ("An extremely shady covert disinformation and anti-democratic [[deep state]] outfit" that was caught promoting [[Russophobic]] [[propaganda]] and later deleted its website.)
    • Document:Speech to the European Parliament by Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director of ICAN  + ("Are you going to support the new [[Trump
      "Are you going to support the new [[Trump Nuclear Doctrine]]? Join the thinking of [[Russia]], [[North Korea]]? Cheer on a new nuclear arms race? Or are you going to support the work for the [[Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons|prohibition and the elimination of nuclear weapons]]? You cannot do both."
      of nuclear weapons]]? You cannot do both.")
    • Felipe Rodriguez  + ("CIA Chief")
    • Robert Anderson  + ("Canadian holding company with far flung international interests")
    • Deep state operative  + ("Deep state operative" is an umbrella term for those who work for the deep state, whether knowingly or unknowingly.)
    • Oliver Robbins  + ("Director of Intelligence Security and Resilience"?)
    • Dr Rola  + ("Dr. Rola" appeared in late Summer 2013 on the BBC to make an emotional appeal for bombing Syria. She portrayed herself as an aid worker, but her real name was not disclosed and her background was left unexplained.)
    • George H. W. Bush  + ("Embarked on a massive criminal romp"...)
    • "Extremism"  + ("Extremism" is used as a more modern replacement for "terrorism", one that is used to facilitate the criminalisation of ideas as well as just actions. It [[polarises]] the world into the normal ("[[mainstream]]") and the abnormal, unhealthy ("extreme").)
    • "Fake News"  + ("Fake news website" is a meme started after the 2016 US election, to disparage websites that dissent from the opinions expressed by [[Corporate media|commercially-controlled media]].)
    • Perry Kucinich  + ("Fell down dead six months after his brother [[Dennis Kucinich]] called for new [[9/11]] investigation and introduced a resolution to impeach [[Dick Cheney]]." His sister died a year later.)
    • Forced disappearance  + ("Forced disappearance" of someone is their secret abduction or imprisonment, typically by a political organisation or national government.)
    • Harold Goulding  + ("HMS Cochrane II (supply & accounting base for tenders, Rosyth) (for duty with Naval Officer-in-Charge, Methil)")
    • Document:Allan Francovich Obituary  + ("He was, above all, a seeker after truth, wheresoever that truth might lead." - An appreciation from a friend.)
    • File:WFS klaus lecture 2012.pdf  + ("I feel obliged to warn against the arguments and ambitions of the believers in the global warming doctrine...")
    • File:America's Secret Establishment.pdf  + ("If I have a magnum opus, this is it.")
    • Document:England prepares to leave the world  + ("If you believe you are a citizen of the world you are a citizen of nowhere." [[Theresa May|Mrs May]] will pass into folklore with that line, just as [[Margaret Thatcher|Mrs Thatcher]] is remembered for "There is no such thing as society.")
    • Greece  + ("In 2006... the third biggest arms importer after [[China]] and [[India]].")
    • Greg Rowett  + ("Information warfare specialist" at the [[Institute For Statecraft]])
    • Document:Terrorism, Transit and Public Safety - Evaluating the Risks  + ("It is important for individuals and publi
      "It is important for individuals and public officials to take all risks into account and avoid overreacting to transit terrorism risks in ways that increase overall danger." An investigation into the ''real'' rather than the perceived risks of public and private transport. Contains some basic points that reveal the purported "terrorist threat" to be vastly exaggerated.
      errorist threat" to be vastly exaggerated.)
    • Document:Spy behind Donald Trump 'golden shower' dossier feared president had been 'compromised by foreign power'  + ("It's political rhetoric to call the [[Ste
      "It's political rhetoric to call the [[Steele dossier|dossier]] phoney. The memos are field reports of real interviews that [[Christopher Steele|Chris]]'s network conducted and there's nothing phoney about it. We can argue about what's prudent and what's not, but it's not a fabrication."
      d what's not, but it's not a fabrication.")
    • Document:Ben Goldsmith and his "party people": Friends in low places  + ("Just had a glimpse of [[Jeremy Corbyn|Corbyn]]’s Britain. A birthday party for my sister-in-law in Notting Hill invaded and shut down by a vicious bottle-throwing hard Leftist crowd (from the [[Grenfell Tower fire|Grenfell]] march), because they could.")
    • US/DOJ/Corruption  + ("Justice is something that exists outside the borders of the [[United States]]. Never expect to find justice within the United States.")
    • Anthony Cavendish  + ("Leading member" of Le Cercle.)
    • Michael Brown  + ("Legendary as a disaster in his own right", Brown's appointment as head of FEMA shows the dangers of appointments made through cronyism.)
    • Lisa Pease  + ("Lifelong information activist" and JFK Assassination researcher)
    • Ian Ferguson  + ("Lockerbie Cover-Upper" Ian Ferguson)
    • Fritz Ermarth  + ("Mr. Ermarth planned and organized interagency multicrisis simulations designed to test Community management knowledge and skills. He led a special interagency team studying intelligence strategy and management for the future.")
    • Document:Pierre Omidyar: giving until it hurts  + ("No billionaire media mogul is ever going to be in the service of working people, no matter how much rhetoric about freedom of speech is deployed in the promotion of his or her product...")
    • Lockheed  + ("Nobody is doing a better job of arming the world than Lockheed-Martin")
    • Michael Jon Hand  + ("One of Australia's most wanted fugitives" now living in Idaho, USA.)
    • Max Cleland  + ("One of the only vigilant members of the 9/11 Commission", who resigned and denounced it as a cover-up.)
    • Richard McCormack  + ("Primary focus" on "geopolitics and the global economy".)
    • Richard McCormack  + ("Primary focus" on "geopolitics and the global economy".)
    • Richard McCormack  + ("Primary focus" on "geopolitics and the global economy".)
    • Veracity Worldwide  + ("Provides highly developed business intelligence". Spooky connections.)
    • Kleptocracy  + ("Rule by thieves.")
    • "Russian Propaganda"  + ("Russian Propaganda" is much talkad about recently by NATO-aligned countries.)
    • Document:The Korea issue is now in the hands of the BRICS  + ("Simon says: 'There's a 7½-hour flight fro
      "Simon says: 'There's a 7½-hour flight from the [[BRICS|BRICS summit in Xiamen, China]] to [[North Korea|Pyongyang, North Korea]] so if [[Sergei Lavrov]] and the Chinese FM took that flight together to meet [[Kim Jong-un]], it would have huge impact, and get the ball rolling on dialogue'."
      t, and get the ball rolling on dialogue'.")
    • Document:Jeremy Corbyn’s Coventry speech on Brexit in full  + ("So I appeal to MPs of all parties, prepared to put the people’s interests before ideological fantasies, to join us in supporting the option of a new [[UK]] customs union with the [[EU]], that would give us a say in future trade deals.")
    • Fritz Ermarth  + ("Studied global trends such as the revolution in military affairs, globalization of economics and culture, the development of post-communist societies, and the internal problems of advanced industrial democracies.")
    • Thomas Clines  + ("Ted Shackley's career-long deputy and sidekick")