Duke University

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Group.png Duke University  
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MottoEruditio et Religio
(Erudition and Religion)
Formation1838
TypePrivate
Sponsored byDemocracy Fund
Other nameBlue Devils
SubpageDuke University/School of Law

Academic fraud

Duke University agreed to pay $112.5 million to the US government as a result of the university falsifying research on federal grants.[1]

 

EventDescription
Democracy FundFinances numerous organizations as part of effort to control the narrative. Founded by Pierre Omidyar in 2011.

 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedNationalitySummaryDescription
Susan Athey29 November 1970USEconomistUS economist, one time Bilderberger
J. Bowyer Bell15 November 193123 August 2003Historian
Artist
US terrorism expert, painter and and art critic
John BuseUSWhistleblower
Doctor
When he warned of risks with GlaxoSmithKline diabetes drug Avandia, the company forced him to retract by threatening to destroy his academic career and a huge lawsuit for loss in stock value.
Selin Sayek Böke24 August 1972Turkey
US
Politician
Academic
US born Turkish politician who attended the 2015 Bilderberg
Robert Califf1951"The ultimate pharma insider"
Helen ChuWhistleblower
Doctor
An expert in infectious diseases whom the CDC told to stop her tests for COVID-19 in January 2020.
Lynn Davis1943USAcademicAttended the 1995 Bilderberg as Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs
Neil Eggleston5 July 1953LawyerLegal counsel to various Democrats in legal trouble; White House Counsel under President Barack Obama.
Paul Farmer26 October 195921 February 2022USDoctor
Deep state actor
Founder of Partners In Health
Melinda Gates15 August 1964USDeep state functionary
Billionaire
Wife of Bill Gates. Billionaire, deep state functionary promoting vaccines and internet censorship.
Sue GordonUSSpook
John Hannah5 January 1962Lawyer
Neoconservatism
Jonathan Harmsworth3 December 1967UKMedia mogul
Anthony HarringtonDeep state functionary
Richard HatchettUSBig pharma/LobbyistEarly pusher (2001) for obligatory confinement of the whole population in case of biological emergency.
John L. Helgerson8 February 1944USCIA/Inspector General
Spook.
Matt HepburnSpook
Soldier
Doctor
Leader of Operation Warp Speed with conflict of interests
Deborah Lee James25 November 1958Bureaucracy30 years of senior homeland and national security bureaucratic and administrative experience in the U.S. federal government and the private sector.
Stuart E. Jones1959DiplomatUS diplomat in Iraq, then switched to Bechtel.
Robert Jordan9 October 1945UKDiplomat
Academic
Lawyer
Clint Murchison Jr.12 September 192330 March 1987Businessperson
Philip Lader17 March 1946Diplomat
Businessperson
Chris Martenson15 September 1962EconomistRepeatedly deleted from Wikipedia
Andrew McCabe5 May 1968
W. Michael McCabeUS
Aubrey McClendon14 July 19592 March 2016USBusinesspersonA US businessman who died in suspicious circumstances.
Neville Meaney2 July 193230 May 2021AustraliaAcademic
Rand Paul7 January 1963Politician
Ron Paul20 August 1935Author
Politician
Doctor
J. B. Pritzker19 January 1965USPolitician
Billionaire
Businessperson
Multi-billionaire Governor of Illinois and member of the Pritzker family.
David Rubenstein11 August 1949USDeep state operative
Businessperson
Billionaire Bilderberger Brookings co-founder and Managing Director of the Carlyle Group
Nathan SalesLawyer
Deep state operative
"Terror expert"
Thamina StollGermanDaughter of beleaguered (and celebrated) journalist Richard Gutjahr, who as well as her father, apparently independently, was positioned to shoot a video of people fleeing the 2016 Munich Shooting
Daniel TarulloNovember 1952USCentral bankerThe Federal Reserve's "regulatory point man". Resigned unexpectedly in 2017
Damon Wilson1983USSpook
Deep state operative
President of the CIA front organization National Endowment for Democracy
Jeffrey Zients12 November 1966USDeep state operative
Businessperson
White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator


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