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Academics generally work either teaching or researching in universities or colleges.

Decreasing independence

“In academic institutions, freedom of thought and expression is in retreat in many areas. Administrators of universities have become top-down representatives of government, rather than defenders of the independence of their institutions. Funding is sought from corporations as well as governments: "market forces" is a euphemism for conformity to corporate demands.”
Ivo Mosley (2013)  [1]


Office Holders on Wikispooks

Patrik OksanenJanuary 2021
Ben JudahNovember 2020
John E. McLaughlin2020Former acting Director of Central Intelligence
Andy CarvinFebruary 2019
Maria de GoeijApril 2018Deleted this piece of history from her LinkedIn. Now called "thinktank" and having no resignation date.
Johanna MöhringNovember 2013Also programme director
Joris Voorhoeve2011
Dibyesh Anand2007
Christopher Kojm2007
Hannes Adomeit20072017Also headed the German cluster of the Integrity Initiative.
Louise Fresco2006July 2014
Salome Zourabichvili20062014In between jobs ruling Georgia
Andrew Ng2002Attended Bilderberg 2013
Robbie SuttonNovember 2001July 2005
Robbie SuttonFebruary 2000October 2001
Norman Fenton2000
Jordan Peterson19982021
António Nogueira Leite1995
Seymour Lipset19902006
John Lough19891995
James Sherr19862008International Relations
Chris Exley19842021Pressured out by university management because of his research into the toxicity of aluminium
Daniel Meltzer19822009
Bob Langer1981
Seymour Lipset19791990
Phillip Karber1978
Richard McCormack19751977
Curt Gasteyger19741994Bilderberg/1975 and Bilderberg/1978. Participated in the Volcker Commission.
Abraham Rotstein19732008Attended Bilderberg/1971
James Petras1972
Michael Boskin1970
Chris Donnelly19691973
Jacques Lévesque1969
Basil Kafiris19681981While working in the US, one of the founders of PASOK with Andreas Papandreou. Later bank director in Greece. Bilderberg/1985.
Charles Burton Marshall19651975
Franjo Tuđman19631967Attended Harvard/International Seminar/1966
Pierre Salmon19591993Attended 1977 Bilderberg as President of the department of Social Sciences
Isaiah Berlin19571967
Alfred Grosser19551992
Jaap Kymmell19551973Attended Bilderberg 1967
Sheldon Wolin19541970Created the concept of inverted totalitarianism
Hans Zetterberg19531964
Georges Vedel19491979Attended Bilderberg/1970
Robert Scalapino19491990Attended Bilderberg/1972 and Bilderberg/1994
Thorkil Kristensen19471960Attended Bilderberg 1958
Carl Burckhardt19321937


Related Quotations

John le CarréBig Pharma is also engaged in the deliberate seduction of the medical profession, country by country, worldwide. It is spending a fortune on influencing, hiring and purchasing academic judgement to a point where, in a few years' time, if Big Pharma continues unchecked on its present happy path, unbought medical opinion will be hard to find.”John le Carré
Donald Jeffries“The way history is presented to Americans, from the youngest schoolchildren to the doctorate-level Ivy Leaguers, mirrors the way news is presented to the public. Much as it is difficult to find a single issue or event which the mainstream media has reported on accurately, it is just as difficult to find any historical event, or historical figure, portrayed honestly by establishment historians. We still see everyone from history professors to late-night comedians referring to any opponent of the establishment with a mean-spirited, impossibly caricatured negativity.”Donald Jeffries2019
Dan Kovalik“I make $3,000 for my 3-credit course, sometimes teaching over 50 students in my class at one time. In turn, these students pay between $36,000 and $46,000 in tuition a year, depending on their state residency. Averaging this out to $40,000 a year on tuition, and assuming students take around 30 credits a year, I figure out that for my class of 50, the school brings in a total of $100,000 and gives me $3,000 of that. In other words, while I make a very meager pay, and absolutely no benefits, the Law School is making a hefty profit - a profit that is sucked up by the growing class of administrators and by the few tenured faculty left. Pretty nice for an allegedly nonprofit institution.”Dan Kovalik2021
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
PRIO“Researchers who question the legitimacy of US wars seem to experience being ousted from their positions in research and media institutions.”Ola Tunander6 March 2021
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