Executive Intelligence Review

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Started: 1974
Founder: Lyndon LaRouche

In its own words:
"Analysis of political issues from Lyndon H. Larouche"

Main focus: spooks, intelligence agencies, deep politics

Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) was started by Lyndon LaRouche. As an advert stated "As you will quickly discover, the Executive Intelligence Review is not an ordinary weekly news magazine. Every week, EIR runs unique political analyses, reports and interviews which you can't find anywhere else."[1] It reported on the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism in 1979, an evevnt largely ingored by commercially-controlled media. In the 1990s, it published a list of 117 MI6 officers which the UK Foreign Office tried and failed to suppress.

Reporting

EIR has published various interesting research, including a claim in the 1978 edition that "Israeli intelligence is taking over the CIA".[2]

"Iran-Contra"

Full article: “Iran-Contra”

EIR the first media organisation to report important details of Iran–Contra, predicting that a major scandal was about to break months before commercially-controlled media picked up on the story.

Jonestown

Full article: Jonestown

The December 5-11 1978 issue of Executive Intelligence Review contained a 7 page report on "Who created the Jones cult - and why". It observed that "The New York Times and other leading U.S. press have hastily moved to attach blame for the murders in Jonestown to the Guyanese government, the Soviet Union, and finally, the "atmosphere" of the city of San Francisco, quietly dropping from its pages any reference to the leading American of­ficials who underwrote Jim Jones's operation."[2]

1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism

Full article: Rated 3/5 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism

Extraordinarily (uniquely??) the Executive Intelligence Review published about the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism at the time.

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Franklin child prostitution ring

Full article: Franklin child prostitution ring

In 1991 EIR reported on the Franklin child prostitution ring.[3]

List of 117 MI6 Officers

Reporting on the list of 117 MI6 officers which Richard Tomlinson published on the internet in the 1990s[When?] and which was posted by Executive Intelligence Review, Duncan Campbell remarked that:

EIR is no ordinary US magazine. It is run by Lyndon LaRouche, a wannabe US presidential candidate and convicted felon whose main thesis on world affairs is that they are secretly controlled by a drugs cartel run by British royalty. Even among conspiracy buffs, information emanating from LaRouche lies low on the credibility scale. Had the [UK] Government not drawn attention to the list, and said that it was true and damaging and from Tomlinson, it would never have been taken seriously and, in all probability, never read.[4]


 

Documents sourced from Executive Intelligence Review

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)
Document:Crown AgentsarticleCrown AgentsJuly 2007Dean Andromidas
Document:Strategy of Tension: The Case of ItalywebpageOperation Gladio28 July 2011Claudio Celani


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