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Chicago is a US city.
Sibel Edmonds claims that Chicago is a major center of money laundering, drug trafficking and Operation Gladio/B. Homan Square as exposed in 2015 as a black site used for off-the-books activities of US police. Protest against the site was ongoing as of 2020.
Chicago mother says a Cook County judge has stripped her of parental rights after finding out she hasn’t gotten the COVID vaccine.
|Al Capone||“This American system of ours ... call it Americanism, call it capitalism, call it what you like, gives to each and every one of us a great opportunity if we only seize it with both hands and make the most of it.”||Al Capone||1930|
|United Airlines Flight 553||A plane crash which ended the life of the wife of E. Howard Hunt, suspected by some to have been an assassination.|
Groups Headquartered Here
|America First Committee||4 September 1940||10 December 1941||A non-interventionist pressure group|
|Archer Daniels-Midland||1902||American multinational food processing and commodities trading corporation|
|Boeing||US based arms manufacturer which also makes civilian aircraft of sometimes dubious reliability.|
|Chicago Police Department|
|DePaul University||1898||Catholic, with emphasis on recruiting students from disadvantaged backgrounds.|
|Kellogg School of Management||1908||Chicago business school|
|Loyola University||1870||Chicago private Catholic university|
|MacArthur Foundation||1970||Finances non-profit organizations and select people in approximately 50 countries around the world, buying immense cultural and political influence. It often coordinates its priorities with other deep state foundations, creating a mesh of grants, cross-grants and sub-grants that is very hard to analyze.|
|University of Chicago||1890||One of the most important private universities in the USA|
|University of Chicago Booth School of Business||1898||Its alumni leads many big corporations|
|University of Chicago/Law School||1902||Training leaders in the judiciary, academia, government, politics and business|
|University of Illinois at Chicago||1859||Public university in Chicago, Illinois|
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