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A list of all pages that have property "Description" with value "This property for noting participants in events". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • User:Robin  + (This is actually fairly patchy and by no means the last word on the subject; 9/11 was a hugely complex affair. However, there is a lot of information on this page and its subpages, and it gives an idea of the scope of the deception.)
  • Document:Conspiracies and Conspiracism  + (This is an effective rebuttal of the claimThis is an effective rebuttal of the claims of Chip Bertlet in his book "Toxic To Democracy: Conspiracy Theories, Demonization, & Scapegoating" which uses the terms "conspiracy theory" and "conspiracist" in the establishment's now de-rigeur pejorative sense.stablishment's now de-rigeur pejorative sense.)
  • User:Peter  + (This is an impressive, comprehensive analyThis is an impressive, comprehensive analysis of the February [[2014 Ukraine coup]] from the perspective of a senior [[Russian]] academic. It details the interests and affiliations of the main Ukrainian domestic players - oligarchical clans many of whose leaders have dual nationality - with some shocking and little known detail. It exposes the glaring hypocrisies and double standards of the western sponsors of the coup and their Russian/Ukrainian '5th Column traitors'. It sees the coup and Russia's successful incorporation of Crimea as major game-changing events in the on-going, US-lead post-WWII machinations of the West to subdue Russia to its own agenda and outlines how Russia should now respond.nd outlines how Russia should now respond.)
  • Document:Vomiting Perfidy  + (This is an ode to America and its UK poodle which will prove outrageous to US and UK patriots, posted in response to what the US described as "The end of US combat operations in Iraq".)
  • User:Robin  + (This is far from the final word, but gives a good introduction to this member of the US deep state who was killed by US police.)
  • Publication  + (This is for pages in the <big><font face="courier">Main:</font></big> namespace ''about'' 3rd party publications. For the ''contents'' of these publications, use [[Template:Document]] in the <big><font face="courier">Document:</font></big> namespace.)
  • Watergate coup  + (This is framed by the official narrative aThis is framed by the official narrative as a simple case of political corruption, one which proves that "the system works", since the powerful perpetrator was caught - if not actually brought to justice, since outgoing president Nixon was immediately pardoned by his successor, [[Gerald Ford]]. In fact it may well have been the outworking of a deeper political power struggle at work.a deeper political power struggle at work.)
  • User:Robin  + (This is not mentioned in the [[controlled corporate media]], preventing it from having its own article on [[Wikipedia]]. In light of the increasing number of [[false flag]] events in Europe, it is essential information.)
  • Document:Mueller Scrambles To Limit Evidence After Indicted Russians Actually Show Up In Court  + (This is probably the first time in the hisThis is probably the first time in the history of litigation that a plaintiff (here, prosecutor) has told a court that it may not have obtained good service of process on a defendant that has appeared to defend the case on the merits. [[Robert Mueller]] to US District Court: "We didn’t really mean it, Judge! We had no idea they might actually show up!" had no idea they might actually show up!")
  • Property:Display image2  + (This is used by some SMWDocs sections to provide an immediate visual cue to the page of which it is a property. It is set by [[Template:Display image]].This property is used to assign an image to pages|)
  • Property:Display image  + (This is used by the coverpage to provide an immediate visual cue to the page of which it is a property. It is set by [[Template:Display image]].This property is used to assign an image to pages|)
  • User:Robin  + (This is, particularly in light of other CIA plane events linked to the global illegal drug trade, not a story which should not be allowed to slip down the [[memory hole]].)
  • Document:Organised 911 Disinformation  + (This makes particular reference to the "Citizens Investigation Team" and the video of their evidence <sup id="cite_ref-1" class="reference"><a href="#cite_note-1">[1]</a></sup>)
  • Harold Goulding  + (This may be just a cover story.)
  • Stephen Lander  + (This may have been a simple renaming from G5, after "terrorism" was moved to its own (T) section in 1990.)
  • Document  + (This object is only to be used for pages in the document: namespace. It is for documents created by 3rd parties.)
  • User:Robin  + (This page contains not only a solid overview, but also important original research about the Bilderberg done by Wikispooks editors. Who knew that the Bilderberg have controlled the NATO Secretary General since 1966?)
  • User:Robin  + (This page could do with more examples, but sketches out a distressing picture of how schools - particularly in the USA - are being used to prepare the next generation for an obscene, totalitarian autocracy.)
  • User:Robin  + (This page is not perfectly structured, but contains a lot of well referenced and thought provoking information. If you are new to 9/11 skepticism, this is a pretty good place event to start unraveling the [[official narrative]].)
  • User:Robin  + (This page may be the clearest exposition on WWW of the fate of this courageous whistleblower.)
  • User:Robin  + (This page summarises the eyewitness testimony of Barry Jennings, which was directly contradicted by the NIST report released soon after his sudden and mysterious disappearance.)
  • Property:Has subGroup  + (This property allows for the reflection of hierarchical organisation of groups. The inverse, [[Property:Has superGroup]] is calculated from this - so in cases of incompatibility, ''Has subGroup'' can be assumed to the more reliable.|)
  • Property:Has criminalConviction  + (This property connects people to criminal charges of which they have been convicted.)
  • Property:Has headquarters  + (This property declares the headquarters of an organisation.)
  • Property:Has authority  + (This property denotes the authority under which an event occurred. Currently it is used only for legal cases, but that may change.)
  • Property:Has witness  + (This property for noting witnesses of events)
  • Property:ON has witness  + (This property for noting witnesses of events)
  • Property:Description2  + (This property gives a one paragraph description: <500 characters of wikitext. It is used by Wikispooks internally and swaps out square brackets with safer characters so they can be stored in a property.)
  • Property:Description  + (This property gives a one paragraph description: <500 characters of plaintext, with no carriage return.)
  • Property:Has aim  + (This property holds the actual aim(s) of an organisation.)
  • Property:Query string  + (This property holds the conditions of the query as a string)
  • Property:ON has aim  + (This property holds the official aim(s) of an organisation.)
  • Property:Has name  + (This property holds the official name an organisation.)
  • Property:Query format  + (This property holds the value of the number of conditions in a query)
  • Property:Query size  + (This property holds the value of the number of conditions in a query)
  • Property:Query depth  + (This property holds the value of the property depth of a query)
  • Property:Has WS page  + (This property is assigned to WP:pages to indicate their main Wikispooks page)
  • Property:Has improper value for  + (This property is assigned to pages which have properties that have incorrect (out of range) values.)
  • Property:Has keySort  + (This property is associated with "Property:Has keyOrder". This property declares a key on which to sort the example SMWDocs associated with this page. e.g. [[Property:Has_publicationDate|Has_publicationDate]]|)
  • Property:Has keyPropertyHeaders  + (This property is associated with "Property:Has keyProperties". It is a list of descriptions to give these properties.)
  • Property:Has keyProperties  + (This property is associated with "Property:Has keyPropertyHeaders". It declares which properties are particularly important to data items which constitute this page.)
  • Property:Has keyOrder  + (This property is associated with "Property:Has keySort". This property declares the order of that key on which to sort the example SMWDocs associated with this page. e.g. "descending")
  • Property:Is draft  + (This property is attributed to documents to indicate that they are a draft.)
  • Property:Has superGroup  + (This property is derived from ''Has subGroThis property is derived from ''Has subGroup''. It is the inverse of that property. "-Has subgroup" is probably better for coding... in cases where it works. [[SMW]] has some cases where inverse properties cause exceptions (i.e. the 'parent' parameter of the 'tree' results format), which is why this property was needed.|), which is why this property was needed.|)
  • Property:Has cspan  + (This property is for C-Span URLs)
  • Property:Has crunchbase  + (This property is for Crunchbase URLs)
  • Property:Has isgp  + (This property is for ISGP URLs)
  • Property:Has reddit  + (This property is for Reddit URLs)
  • Property:Has spartacus  + (This property is for Spartacus URLs)
  • Property:Has spreaker  + (This property is for Spreaker URLs)