Richard Grove

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(trader, 9-11/Whistleblower, researcher, activist, journalist)
Richard Grove.jpg
BornRichard Andrew Grove
ExposedMarsh & McLennan
Interests • 9/11
• Deep state
Late for a meeting, Richard Grove was not in the World Trade Center when it was attacked.

Richard Andrew Grove is a financial trader turned whistleblower. He was fired in the summer of 2001 for questioning his employer about 'anomalous' fiscal transactions. "On 21 August 2001, he was bribed by his ex-employer to 'keep quiet'. On 7 September 2001, he contacted ex-coworkers and was urged to present his evidence in a staff meeting the following Tuesday morning (9/11).

11 September 2001

Full article: Rated 4/5 9-11

On his way to the meeting on the morning of 9-11, Richard was stuck in traffic in Lower Manhattan. He watched black smoke pour out of the hole in the side of the World Trade Center 1, directly where his ex-coworkers and himself were to confront a certain Marsh Executive involved with the anomalous financial activity that triggered his untimely termination."[1][2]

Later Activities

Grove founded Tragedy and Hope, a media group, which took its name from the famous epic history by Carroll Quigley.[3] He was also a great help to John Taylor Gatto, interviewing him to produce The Ultimate History Lesson, an expose of the US system of forced schooling.[4]

 

Event Witnessed

EventLocation(s)Description
9-11New York
US
Washington DC
A complex and spectacular set of events in New York and Washington. The US government was quick to blame Al Qaeda, though no evidence of guilt was presented and there is much suspicion about what Al Qaeda really is. In the USA 9-11 assisted the Patriot Act's roll back of civil liberties, the stepping up of domestic surveillance and the financial advancement of the military industrial complex. Abroad 9-11 helped launched wars on Iraq and Afghanistan that had been planned long before.


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