Tom Secker

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(Filmmaker, researcher, author)
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Residence Yorkshire,  UK
Founder/Owner of Investigating The Terror, Spy Culture
Interests London Bombings of July 2005
Website http://www.investigatingtheterror.com
Tom Secker is a UK-based writer, researcher and filmmaker with a special interest in the events of 7/7

Tom Secker has been writing on the philosophy and politics of fear since 2008. He lives in Yorkshire, UK. His favourite political writer is George Orwell.[1]

7/7 research

Tom Secker has produced two videos and a book about the 7/7 bombings. He is keeping an open mind about what happens, but is highly suspicious of the UK government's official narrative. In August 2015 he stated that he believes it most likely that Hasib Hussain, Mohammad Sidique Khan, Germaine Lindsay & Shehzad Tanweer were set up by their handlers in a Gladio-style operation.[2]

Other activities

Tom Secker has produced two creditable and recommended websites (Investigating The Terror.com and Spy Culture.com) and is very interested in the connections between the entertainment industry and spooks. His research has exposed flaws in the way that the Metropolitan Police deal with FOIA requests.[3]

Tom Secker did a "Disinfowars" podcast series for Boiling Frogs Post/NewsBud on state-sponsored terrorism, covert history and more.

Tom Secker is a "researcher, writer, podcaster and filmmaker from the UK specialising [sic] in the intelligence services, particularly their involvement in popular culture and terrorism", according to his vimeo channel featuring his regular video podcast ClandesTime[1], a show about media and propaganda, criticism and analysis, Hollywood and CIA, criminal justice and the geopolitical deep state.

National Security Cinema is a 2017 book by Tom Secker and Matthew Alford.

See also

  • Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review radio where Tom Secker is co-host of "The CIA And Hollywood" series and is often a guest on regular episodes.

 

Documents by Tom Secker

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
File:Babardocs.pdflegal document2011Mohammed Junaid Babar
London Bombings of July 2005
A collection of over 100 pages of unsealed court documents, with an introduction by Tom Secker
Gladio B: The Origins of NATO’s Secret Islamic Terrorist Proxieswebpage11 March 2013Operation Gladio/B
Ali Mohamed
Omar Bakri
File:Gladiodocs.pdflegal document2012Operation GladioA collection of documents relating to Operation Gladio compiled with an introduction (below) by Tom Secker
File:Northwoodsdocs.pdfhistorical document2012Operation NorthwoodsNearly 100 pages of Top Secret documents that tells the history surrounding Operation Northwoods, the US military's plan to carry out a series of false flag attacks - including terrorist attacks in US cities - as a pretext for an invasion of Cuba.
 

A Quote by Tom Secker

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Ali Mohamed“What if I told you that the same man trained Meir Kahane’s killer, the World Trade Center bombers, the African embassy bombers and Osama Bin Laden’s bodyguards? What if this man was a member of the Egyptian Army unit that assassinated Anwar Sadat, and was a translator and close associate of Ayman Zawahiri? And what if he did all this while serving in the US Special Forces, as an FBI informant and working for the CIA? That man is Ali Mohamed, perhaps the most astonishing spy of recent times. This week we’re going to examine some of the key events in the story of Ali Mohamed and ask whether he was Bin Laden’s master spy in America, or the CIA’s master spy in Al Qaeda.”June 2017


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