Notre Dame University

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Group.png Notre Dame University  
MottoVita Dulcedo Spes
(Life, Sweetness, Hope)
LeaderUniversity of Notre Dame/President
Type• Private
• coeducational
• Research
Sponsored byOpen Philanthropy
Other nameFighting Irish


Related Quotations

Victor Marchetti“To the Clandestine Services the universities represented fertile territory for recruiting espionage agents. Most large American colleges enrolled substantial numbers of foreign students, and many of these, especially those from the Third World, were (and are) destined to hold high positions in their home countries in a relatively few years. They were much easier to recruit at American schools — when they might have a need for money, where they could be easily compromised, and where foreign security services could not interfere — than they would be when they returned home. To spot and evaluate these students, the Clandestine Services maintained a contractual relationship with key professors on numerous campuses. When a professor had picked out a likely candidate, he notified his contact at the CIA and, on occasion, participated in the actual recruitment attempt. Some professors performed these services without being on a formal retainer. Others actively participated in agency covert operations by serving as "cut-outs," or intermediaries, and even by carrying out secret missions during foreign journeys.”Victor Marchetti1974
Victor MarchettiHelms asked his staff to find out just how many university personnel were under secret contract to the CIA. After a few days of investigation, senior CIA officers reported back that they could not find the answer. Helms immediately ordered a full study of the situation, and after more than a month of searching records all over the agency, a report was handed in to Helms listing hundreds of professors and administrators on over a hundred campuses. But the staff officers who compiled the report knew that their work was incomplete . Within weeks, another campus connection was exposed in the press. The contact was not on the list that had been compiled for the Director.”Victor Marchetti1974


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Alumni on Wikispooks

Philip Agee19 July 19357 January 2008Whistleblower
Spent twelve years in the CIA from 1957 to 1969 before becoming the most important CIA whistle blower ever.
Richard Allen1 January 1936USSpook
Deep state operative
US National Security Advisor, Cercle, Iran-Contra...
Walt BrownResearcher
Angelo Codevilla25 May 194320 September 2021USSpook
Staff in Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Professor of international relations. Proponent of the Strategic Defense Initiative. Defender of the Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.
Peter F. Flaherty25 June 192418 April 2005Politician
Allan Francovich23 March 194124 April 1997USFilmmakerFrancovich was a talented and courageous filmmaker who produced unparalleled exposés of various misdeeds by the powerful. Termed a 'charlatan' by some, a "conspiracy theorist" by others (though not by Wikipedia).
Thomas Anthony Dooley III17 January 192718 January 1961USSpook
Doctor who was CIA operative. Collected intelligence under medical cover. After his death, it was discovered numerous descriptions of atrocities by the Viet Minh in his hugely influential book Deliver Us From Evil had been fabricated.
Claude Julien17 May 19255 May 2005FranceJournalist
Single Bilderberger editor
Kasia KieliPolandEditorMedia executive for the American corporation Warner Bros. Discovery. Runs it Polish operation, including news channel TVN24, which the Polish government attempted to take the license from, citing foreign influence and national sovereignty issues. She attended Bilderberg/2023
Bob Kiley16 September 1935Spook
Joseph E. Macmanus1953DiplomatDiplomat working for Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton
Don McGahn16 June 1968USLawyerAmerican lawyer who was White House Counsel for U.S. President Donald Trump, but resigned.
Ralph McGehee9 April 19282 May 2020USWhistleblower
CIA officer who later developed views highly critical of the CIA.
Brian P. McKeonBureaucracyWorked for Joe Biden for decades. Executive secretary of the National Security Council.
Michael McManus11 March 1943US
John Edwin Mroz1 May 194815 August 2014USBusinesspersonUS businessman
Condoleezza Rice14 November 1954USPolitician
Deep politician
Mark Souder18 July 195026 September 2022Politician
Steven T. Walther18 July 1943USLawyerUS attorney who was commissioner of the Federal Election Commission. Walther also was chair of the FEC in 2009 and 2017.
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