University of Southern California

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Group.png University of Southern California  
University of Southern California seal.png
MottoPalmam qui meruit ferat
HeadquartersLos Angeles, California
Type• Private
• Sea-grant
• Space-grant
Sponsored byOpen Philanthropy
Other nameTrojans Men/Women of Troy
Private research university in Los Angeles, California

The University of Southern California is a private research university in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1880 by Robert M. Widney, it is the oldest private research university in California.[1]

USC was one of the earliest nodes on ARPANET and is the birthplace of the Domain Name System.[2] Other technologies invented at USC include DNA computing, dynamic programming, image compression, VoIP, and antivirus software.[3][4][5]

USC's notable alumni include 11 Rhodes scholars and 12 Marshall scholars.[6][7]


Open PhilanthropyGrant maker funneling deep state money among other things to pandemic planning. Financed Event 201.


Alumni on Wikispooks

Shinzō Abe21 September 19548 July 2022JapanPolitician
Deep state functionary
As Japanese PM he aggressively re-militarised the country
Marc Benioff25 September 1964USDeep state functionary
US Internet billionaire, bought Time Magazine
Cofer Black1950USSpook
Deep state operative
"Terror expert"
US deep state operative with a leading role in the CIA's kidnapping and torture
Ed Chau17 September 1957USPolitician
Jack Dyer Crouch1 July 1958SpookDeputy National Security Advisor under President George W. Bush
Kevin Flaherty1966USBlogger
Matthew Gannon11 August 195421 December 1988SpookCIA officer killed in the Lockerbie Bombing
Ivan Glasenberg1957Israel
South Africa
BusinesspersonCEO of Glencore, a mining company with close ties to Mossad.
Prasanna Kalahasthi19 October 20019-11/Premature deathA 9/11 widow reported to have hung herself out of grief.
Thomas MahnkenUSAcademic
Deep state operative
Integrity Initiative's US cluster
Robert Mardian23 October 192317 July 2006Deep state functionaryUnited States Republican party official who worked in the administration of Richard Nixon, and was indicted in the Watergate scandal.
Cynthia McKinney17 March 1955USActivist
American politician who did question the official narrative of 9/11 early on.
Paul Nakasone19 November 1963
Gordon Novel7 February 19383 October 2012Spook
B. J. Penn2 April 1938Civil servant
Military-industrial complex pilot, civil servant and lobbyist
Edward Perkins8 June 19287 November 2020
Richard Perle16 September 1941USPolitician
Deep politician
"widely considered a core representative of the neoconservative political faction"
Mahmood Sariolghalam1959IranAcademicUS deep state connected Iranian academic
Norman Schwarzkopf22 August 193427 December 2012USAs CENTCOM commander led 1990-91 Gulf War; Le Cercle
John Shad19231994USFinancierUS diplomat, SEC chair in the 1980s, attended the 1989, 1990 and 1991 Bilderbergs
Harry Soyster6 June 1935USSpook
Military intelligence leader in a number of central operations; Panama 89, Lockerbie, First Gulf War
Jake Tapper12 March 1969USJournalistUS journalist
Kerry Thornley17 April 193828 November 1998
William Walker1 June 1935USDiplomat
Spook who worked with repressive Latin-American regimes. Also an actor in the Kosovo War in 1999.
James Webb9 February 1946