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  • File:A case to answer.pdf  + (An Amnesty International report on the 40 month long detention and rendition of Khaled al-Maqtari, a 25 year old Saudi national at the time of his arrest in Fallujah, Iraq in January 2004.)
  • Gough Whitlam  + (An Australian Prime minister who was ousted in a [[Australian 1975 coup d'état|CIA backed coup]].)
  • 9-11/E-4B  + (An E-4B was spotted over the White house and the Pentagon on 9/11. The official narrative has nothing to say on the matter, but it was reported on CNN and video, photos and eye witnesses exist.)
  • Democracy and Propaganda - Can independent media defend universal values?  + (An EED "fake news" conference in Ukraine)
  • Abu Omar  + (An Egyptian cleric who was kindnapped in Milan by the CIA in 2003 and sent to Egypt where he was subject to torture.)
  • Document:E-mail from Kevin Ryan to Frank Gayle  + (An Email expressing puzzlement at NIST's unreasonable claims about steel melting from a jet fuel fire, after which the author was dismissed)
  • File:Violent Offending by UK Military.pdf  + (An Establishment-sponsored study into the extent and causes of violent criminal behaviour by UK soldiers returning from Iraq and Afganistan)
  • California Fires  + (An Extenstiv)
  • Kenneth Williams  + (An FBI agent who passed on to his superiors specific information in advance of the 9/11 attacks, which they ignored.)
  • The Parrott Memo  + (An FBI memo deserving of further scrutiny)
  • FBI calls to determine potential threat  + (An FBI teletype is received, directed to all field offices to contact CIs (confidential informants) to determine whether a revolutionary group was a potential threat to the president during his Dallas trip November 22 - 23. ref. Treachery in Dallas, p 77)
  • Salvador Guersson Smecke  + (An IDF Colonel? Arrested in connection with the [[2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack]], then released without charge)
  • Bobby Sands  + (An IRA hunger striker who died as MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone)
  • Baha Mousa  + (An Iraqi civilian tortured to death by UK soldiers.)
  • Unit 8200  + (An Israeli NSA)
  • Debka  + (An Israeli intelligence website.)
  • 1982 Lebanon War  + (An Israeli invasion of Lebanon. They militarily occupied some of the country until 2000.)
  • Martin van Creveld  + (An Israeli military historian and theorist.)
  • Verint Systems  + (An Israeli technology company which provides technology relevant to the "[[war on terror]]", receiving a lot of government contracts.)
  • Antonio Fazio  + (An Italian [[central banker]] who resigned as [[Governor of the Bank of Italy]] amid controversy.)
  • Luigi Calabresi  + (An Italian [[policeman]] who was alleged to have killed a suspect of the [[Piazza Fontana bombing]]. Assassinated in 1972, leading to public unrest.)
  • Roberto Calvi  + (An Italian banker dubbed "God's Banker" (Italian: Banchiere di Dio) by the press because of his close association with the Holy See. Found death, hanging from a bridge in London.)
  • eSurv  + (An Italian developer of surveillance systems. Identified by [[Security Without Borders]] as the author of the state-sponsored [[spyware]], [[Exodus]].)
  • Giorgio Ambrosoli  + (An Italian lawyer assassinated while investigating [[Michele Sindona]].)
  • Francesco Cossiga  + (An Italian politician who became outspoken towards the end of his life.)
 (An MI6 officer of note)
  • Nicholas Langman  + (An MI6 officer of note.)
  • Frank Steele  + (An MI6 officer with [[African]] connections who opened contacts with the [[IRA]] in the early [[1970s]]. He later moved into banking and attended more than one meeting of Le Cercle.)
  • Adrian Schoolcraft  + (An NYPD officer who made hundreds of audio recordings of his workplace and was confined to a mental institution as a result.)
  • Bullingdon Club  + (An Oxford university dining club with a habit for inebriation and subsequent property destruction. A UK equivalent of the US ''[[Skull and Bones]]'' fraternity, which has had a large number of establishment insiders as members over the years.)
  • James Easton  + (An RAF pilot who became deputy director general of MI6)
  • Gary Aguirre  + (An SEC whistleblower)
  • David Shayler  + (An [[MI5]] agent turned '[[whistleblower]]' who didn't reveal very much but has since associated himself with some of the most dubious end of those questioning the [[official narrative]]. Some believe he is still working for [[MI5]].)
  • Eladio del Valle  + (An [[Operation 40]] member involved in the JFK assassination.)
  • Conspiracy Theorist  + (An [[enemy image]] used for ''ad hominem'' attacks on people.)
  • F-Droid  + (An [[open source]] alternative to [[Google]]'s Playstore)
  • Document:Revenge Is Mine Saith Washington  + (An abridged article about the persecution of Julian Assange. It illustrates the depths to which elementary notions of justice have sunk in the West - and especially in the UK and USA - where perceived threats to Deep State interests are involved.)
  • Document:Robert Faurisson - True Hero  + (An abridged version of an obituary to the An abridged version of an obituary to the late [[Robert Faurisson]] by a Catholic Bishop who has suffered expulsion from his religious order (The [[SSPX]]) and ostracism by his church authorities for raising similar questions to those raised by Dr Faurisson questions to those raised by Dr Faurisson)
  • Kevin Barrett  + (An academic and [[9-11/Dissident]].)
  • Remi Brulin  + (An academic who rejects the word "terrorism" as a tool of propaganda)
  • Barry Seal  + (An ace pilot and drug smuggler for the US deep state who knew too much.)
  • J. D. Tippit/Murder  + (An acessory murder to the [[JFK assassination]])
  • Piazza Fontana bombing  + (An act of terrorism carried out by NATO backed groups to try prevent the electoral success of the Italian communist party.)
  • Mark Gorton  + (An active researcher into the US shadow government)
  • Ralph Schoenman  + (An activist alert to the reality of deep politics and the Machiavellian nature of many who engage in it.)
  • Isaac Kappy  + (An actor who died aged 42 after accusing former Hollywood friends of paedophilia.)
  • Document:Affidavit of William Casey  + (An admission by William Casey, DCI, that hAn admission by William Casey, DCI, that he approved smuggling of [[cocaine]] into USA, having chosen [[Mena]], Arkansas as a shipment point, with the support of [[Bill Clinton]] and [[Bill Weld]]. Casey names a range of names, including [[John Poindexter]], [[Robert McFarlane]], [[Oliver North]] and [[William Colby]], the [[CIA]], [[NSA]] and [[ASA]].[[ASA]].)
  • Document:The Threat of War and the Russian Response  + (An adviser to the Russian President analyses the current systemic global crisis and the way forward for Russia and the world)
  • William Schneider  + (An advocate use of the first-strike use of nuclear weapons. Attendee of [[Le Cercle]])
  • Alois Mertes  + (An aide to [[German Foreign Minister]] [[Hans-Dietrich Genscher]]. Mertes died in office.)
  • Western Global Airlines  + (An airline which owned a plane that landed in Zimbabwe with a body and 67 tons of cash on board, was held for a few days and later released without charge or proper explanation.)