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  • Al Akhbar English  + (A Lebanese-based daily newspaper)
  • Forum World Features  + (A London based CIA propaganda operation which operated as a professional news service from 1965 to 1975.)
  • British Satellite Broadcasting  + (A London based satellite television company)
  • One World Action  + (A London-based charity, headed by Labour MEP Glenys Kinnock from 1989 until its closure in 2011, which provided development aid for overseas projects focusing on alleviating poverty and oppression, and on safeguarding people's human rights.)
  • File:Ghouta-Bad-Intelligence.pdf  + (A Massachusetts Institute of Technology report that demolishes claims by the US, UK and French governments that the Syrian government used chemical weapons against its own civilian population in the Ghouta area of Damascus on 21 August 2013)
  • Ahmed Dlimi  + (A Moroccan spook who died in suspicious circumstances)
  • Malcolm X  + (A Moslem leader who advocated violent revolution in the US.)
  • Gerhard Mertins  + (A Nazi who fought for Germany in WW2. After being spotted by US intelligence as a neo-nazi, his business empire flourished as he went into arms dealing with the support of the Western intelligence agencies.)
  • Ulson Gunnar  + (A New York-based geopolitical analyst and writer)
  • Ola Tunander  + (A Norwegian Academic and author of a lot of material relating to the Deep State.)
  • Sabre International Security  + (A PMC which profited big in Iraq from the war and then vanished when the going was not good.)
  • Joseph Recarey  + (A Palm Beach detective who pursued Jeffrey Epstein. Died, aged 50, "after a brief illness.")
  • File:The Use of Terrorism to Construct World Order.pdf  + (A Paper presented at the Fifth Pan-European International Relations Conference (Panel 28 Geopolitics) Netherlands Congress Centre, The Hague.)
  • Rupert Sheldrake  + (A Ph.D Biologist)
  • Suzanne Jovin  + (A Ph.D student who was researching [[Ossama Bin Laden]] before [[9-11]].)
  • Alexandre Ribeiro da Cunha  + (A Portuguese diplomat who went to a meeting of Le Cercle in US in December 1973.)
  • Frank Carlucci  + (A Princeton roommate of his fellow US Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld.)
  • Document:Waging the Battle for Reality  + (A Propagandist’s Journey in Search of his so-called Conspiracist Underground.)
  • Document:That's Outrageous  + (A Readers Digest contributor is outraged, OUTRAGED I say, that a web site like Cryptome should be 'allowed to exist'. He does not intend humour at all, he is deadly serious - which is precisely what makes the piece so funny.)
  • John Allen  + (A Retired US Marine Corps 4 star General)
  • Boris Berezovsky  + (A Russian billionaire oligarch who fell out with Vladimir Putin. Found dead in 2013 - the corner returned an open verdict.)
  • Artyom Borovik  + (A Russian journalist who was interested in the Russian apartment bombings.)
  • Sputnik News  + (A Russian news outlet that has been criticised as disinformation by Western commentators such as the [[Institute of Statecraft]] and the ''[[New York Times]]''.)
  • Document:The Anglo-American Axis: Losing Ukraine, Losing Europe  + (A Russian perspective on dealing with the Anglo-American globalisation thrust in general and the unrest in Ukraine in particular)
  • Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz  + (A Saudi prince stopped in 2015 with 2 tons of amphetamines aboard his private jet.)
  • Jakes Gerwel  + (A South African academic who brokered the deal for two Lockerbie bombing suspects to be extradited from Libya to stand trial in Holland)
  • Lourens Horn  + (A South African mercenary)
  • Connie Mulder  + (A South African politician brought down by [[Muldergate]].)
  • John Wiley  + (A South African politician whose death would later lead to [[VIPaedophile]] allegations.)
  • 2004 Madrid train bombings  + (A Spanish equivalent of [[7/7]], targetting civilians and blamed on [[Al Qaeda]])
  • Pedro Baños  + (A Spanish soldier and academic scheduled to become [[Director of the Spanish Department of Homeland Security]] but who was passed over after influence was applied by the [[Integrity Initiative]].)
  • John Adrian O'Hare  + (A Super Secret "Dark Warrior" who was a Special Operator, CIA Contractor and Businessman.)
  • Jacob Applebaum  + (A Tor developer.)
  • Stephen Milligan  + (A Tory MP and Parliamentary Private Secretary to [[Jonathan Aitken]]. Died a bizarre death, purportedly by [[suffocation]].)
  • Ahmet Şık  + (A Turkish investigator into Ergenikon who was arrested for involvement in the group after writing a book about the [[Gülen movement]].)
  • Hugh Gaitskell  + (A UK Labour politician who reportedly died of a rare illness in hospital.)
  • Chris Williamson  + (A UK MP who in late 2018 helped expose the [[Institute for Statecraft]]. Suspended for "[[antisemitism]]" in February 2019)
  • SBS  + (A UK Special Forces Unit)
  • Merlyn Rees  + (A UK [[home secretary]] who spoke at the 1979 [[Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism]].)
  • James Gow  + (A UK academic on a list of emails from the [[Integrity Initiative]].)
  • Victor Madeira  + (A UK academic who has focused on Russian espionage. A member of the [[IfS]] and the [[II]].)
  • Craig Murray  + (A UK ambassador to Uzbekistan who stood up and did the right thing when confronted with evidence of [[torture]]. Smeared and dismissed by the [[UK deep state]], he continues his activism exposing [[Establishment]] lies and hypocrisy.)
  • 15 (UK) Psychological Operations Group  + (A UK army psyop group.)
  • Michael Mansfield  + (A UK barrister of note)
  • Clive Ponting  + (A UK civil servant who blew the whistle on the [[Belgrano affair]])
  • Dave Springhall  + (A UK communist activist)
  • Carne Ross  + (A UK diplomat turned dissident. In a 2010 piece the UK ''[[Observer]]'' he charged the [[UK/Deep state|UK 'deep state']] with hiding evidence from the [[Chilcot inquiry]].)
  • William Sargant  + (A UK equivalent of Dr. [[Ewen Cameron]], who used insulin comas and ECT to destroy the minds of his subjects to save them.)
  • 2008 Counter-Terrorism advertising campaign  + (A UK government program to ramp up [[fear]] of "[[terrorism]]" that was banned after public complaints.)
  • Michael Gillard  + (A UK journalist focused on exposing corruption)
 (A UK limited company dissolved in 2019)
  • Astutus Intelligence  + (A UK limited company started in 2015 by two [[Institute for Statecraft]] directors and a third man. Dissolved in 2019.)
  • John Yudkin  + (A UK nutritionist who was a pioneer in warning about the dangers of [[sugar]] consumption.)
  • Ian Henderson  + (A UK official who was widely accused of torture)
  • MI7  + (A UK organisation set up during [[WWI]] to manage [[censorship]] and [[propaganda]].)
  • Labour Party  + (A UK political party which appears to have a leader independent of the [[deep state|establishment]])
  • Robin Cook  + (A UK politician who on the day after [[7/7]] described [[Al-Qaida]] as a product of Western intelligence and insisted that the "[[war on terror]]" could not be won by military means.)
  • Geoffrey Dickens  + (A UK politician who worked to expose the [[UK VIPaedophile]] phenomenon.)
  • James Le Mesurier  + (A UK spook involved in various [[NATO]] interventions, including sin Syria where he started the [[White Helmets]] and the [[Mayday Rescue Foundation]]. He was found dead in Istanbul in November 2019, which was labelled a suicide, in spite of the evidence.)
  • Alistair Crooke  + (A UK spook who has gone on the record stating that "The West does not actually hand the weapons to [[al-Qaida]], let alone to ISIS... , but the system they’ve constructed leads precisely to that end.")
  • George Blake  + (A UK spy who passed a lot of documents to the USSR.)
  • File:Inside-the-wire-reference-guide.pdf  + (A US Army pocket reference guide given to A US Army pocket reference guide given to all US military personnel serving in Afghanistan from February 2012. It provides advice on how to prevent so-called 'green-on-blue' attacks, where Afghan security forces turn their weapons on the coalition soldiers who have trained them. coalition soldiers who have trained them.)
  • Darrell MacIntyre  + (A US Lawyer found dead in suspicious circumstances after he had been working on the "Iran-Contra" case.)
  • Desmond FitzGerald  + (A US Spook and [[Georgetown Set]] member who died of a "[[heart attack]]")
  • Patrice Lumumba/Assassination  + (A US [[Deep state]] backed assassination, ordered by [[Allen Dulles]], which was followed by decades of bloody violence.)
  • Carroll Quigley  + (A US [[historian]] who used unprecedented access to [[US deep state]] archives to write ''[[Tragedy and Hope]]'')
  • Guantanamo Bay detention camp  + (A US [[military base]] now used primarily as a torture camp due to its obscure legal jurisdiction. After campaigning in 2009 on promises to shut it down within a year, in 2014 Barack Obama announced plans to expand it.)
  • Frank Olson  + (A US bioweapons researcher who fell to his death after having been unwittingly given [[LSD]] under the umbrella of [[MKNAOMI]] and [[MKULTRA]].)
  • Aubrey McClendon  + (A US businessman who died in suspicious circumstances.)
  • Pujo Committee  + (A US congressional subcommittee that probed the [[Money Trust]]. The original chair, Arsene Pujo, withdrew after about a month, so it was actually chaired by [[Hubert D. Stephens]].)
  • Larry McDonald  + (A US congressman who placed legislative pressure on the [[CFR]]. Died in [[Korean Air Lines Flight 007]].)
  • Nick Begich  + (A US congressman whose small plane disappeared without trace in Alaska, together with [[Hale Boggs]] and two other men.)
  • Bohemian Grove  + (A US deep state milieu in Northern California)
  • Guy Banister  + (A US deep state operative involved in the JFK assassination. Suddenly died after he had attracted the attention of investigator Jim Garrison.)
  • Al Martin  + (A US deep state operative who wrote a memoir about "[[Iran Contra]]".)
  • G. McMurtrie Godley  + (A US diplomat)
  • Walter Page  + (A US diplomat who received money from Woodrow Wilson's banker, [[Cleveland Dodge]].)
  • Dean Lorich  + (A US doctor)
  • Counterpunch  + (A US focused biweekly political magazine.)
  • Smedley Butler  + (A US general who exposed the coup that financiers had planned for USA.)
  • Ben Swann  + (A US information activist with a background in corporate media)
  • Walter Lippmann  + (A US journalism who coined the phrase "[[Cold War]]".)
  • Sheila Abdus-Salaam  + (A US judge)
  • Mail Isolation Control and Tracking  + (A US mail program to photograph of the exterior of every piece of mail that is processed in the United States.)
  • Fletcher Prouty  + (A US military establishment insider who fingered [[Edward Lansdale]] as the orchestrator of the JFK assassination.)
  • Richard Levernier  + (A US nuclear power security whistleblower)
  • Michael Connell  + (A US political consultant who died in a [[plane crash]])
  • H. John Heinz III  + (A US politician and [[Bilderberger]] who died in a small [[plane crash]].)
  • Mel Carnahan  + (A US politician who died in a small plane crash in 2000.)
  • Abraham Lincoln  + (A US president who stood up to the US deep state)
  • James Garfield  + (A US president who was assassinated)
  • US/Secret Service  + (A US secret service focusing primarily on financial fraud and protecting key individuals such as politicians.)
  • Bronson Cutting  + (A US senator whose efforts to reform the banking system appeared to be gaining traction in 1934. He died in a plane crash in 1935.)
  • Steven Dale Green  + (A US soldier convicted of raping and murdering an Iraqi girl.)
  • Anthony Shaffer  + (A US spook who has promoted the [[9-11 Official opposition narrative]].)
  • Jesselyn Radack  + (A US whistleblower in the aftermath of 9-11.)
  • File:Persona-Management-Contract.pdf  + (A USAF 'specification and invitation to supply' for 'persona management software')
  • WW2/Dieppe Raid  + (A WW2 raid on Dieppe which thousands of men were killed or captured.)
  • Document:I will wear a poppy for the last time  + (A WW2 veteran airs his disillusionment with the way in which the establishment's cynical use of remembrance day to promote the official narrative of all the US/UK/NATO military escapades as being purely altruistically motivated.)
  • Pro Deo  + (A WWII intelligence agency)
  • Seth Rich  + (A Washington DC staffer who was murder for unclear reasons, and whom Julian Assange hinted may have been a source for [[Wikileaks]].)