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Capital city of the UK

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Subpage(s)London/Lord Mayor

London' is the capital city of the United Kingdom.


World War 2

In 1939, the British War Office sequestered a mansion in London (owned by a friend of Winston Churchill named Philip Sassoon) called Trent Park[1] for “special purposes,” with no comment further made on why or what would be conducted there. The site - a mansion in fine condition - houses Adolf Hitler’s captured generals[2], POWs and other military officials that were captured on the African or European continent. The mansion was nowhere classified as a prison or internment camp, and after brief interrogation, many generals were treated exceptionally well in the mansion, being able to go daily hiking around the perimeter and getting gifted expensive drinks, not realizing the building was in fact a government non-declared prison where every room was bugged from top to bottom. In 2010 the BBC revealed dozens of protocols and several bombings were ordered because of information gained in Trent Park.[3]

The success of the plan led to other plans such as Operation Epsilon - where Nazi-scientists who were responsible for The Nazi atom bomb programme were placed in a different mansion.[4] The US had their similar own secret prison called "P. O. Box 1142[5]", after the mailing address, a separated section of an US Army base in Virginia. This US secret prison formed the basis of Operation Paperclip, where the Nazis who were brought in by the US would form and lead new US top-secret military science projects, although being sought for war crimes in ally-occupied Germany.


London hosts a lot of organisations' headquarters, as well as private meetings such as Le Cercle.


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Pollution is London is estimated to kill perhaps 9,000 people/year.[6]


After the 2016 Berlin Truck Attack, plans were announced to spend £5 million on a "ring of steel" around a section of the City of London, featuring bollards and checkpoints.[7]

In August 2016, Bernard Hogan-Howe announced an expansion of "counter terrorist" police - which the Daily Mail described as "awesomely armed (and masked)". Hogan-Howe said that "In some of our big iconic locations, we've already got armed patrols - if you look at Parliament, Downing Street - so it's not entirely new. I think people understand that where you are going to have people as enemies who've got guns, we've got to have guns."[8]



1984 Libyan Embassy Siege
1994 London Israeli Embassy attackTwo car bombs in London, one in front of the Israeli embassy; one next to a building occupied by Jewish organisations. It was blamed on Palestinians, but MI5 whistleblowers have claimed an MI5 investigation concluded that Mossad were behind the attacks.
2005 London bombingsA series of coordinated attacks on London's public transport system during the morning rush hour, allegedly carried out by four Muslim suicide bombers.
2006 Counter Terror World Summit
2017 Westminster attackA combined vehicle assault and stabbing at an iconic London location
Cold War Then and Now?A free conference that appears to have been part of a broader campaign by the Institute for Statecraft to promote Cold War 2.0.
Diana Spencer/InquestThe inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales
Grenfell Tower fire
Gunpowder Plot
Hyde Park bombing
Iraq Inquiry"The point of the delay is to give the impression Chilcot has been absolutely painstaking and therefore the bucket of whitewash he will throw cannot be hiding anything. Do not be fooled." (Craig Murray)
June 2017 London attack
Le Cercle/1999 (London)
Le Cercle/2013 (London)
Le Cercle/2014 (London)Dates include June 20 but are uncertain
Leytonstone tube station attack
Operation CreviceA raid launched in the UK on the so-called "fertiliser bomb plotters".
Regent's Park bombingA 1982 London bombing ascribed but never proved to be the work of the Provisional IRA.
Tackling Tools of Malign InfluenceIntegrity Initiative conference about "Russian Propaganda"


Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Amnesty International
Anti-Slavery International
ArmorGroupOne of the largest private security firms operating in Iraq
Association of Chief Police Officers
Astutus IntelligenceA UK limited company started in 2015 by two Institute for Statecraft directors and a third man. Dissolved in 2019.
BAE SystemsA global arms company, with interests also in civilian avionics and engineering. Its subsidiaries are also involved in providing intelligence, personnel and logistics support to US/UK military.
BBCA state propaganda apparatus disguised as a quasi-autonomous public service corporation.
BPMultinational oil company implicated in the 1953 Iran Coup.
Balli Group PlcA privately held company with a subsidiary, Balli Aviation that in 2010 pleaded guilty to charges of illegally exporting Boeing aircraft to Iran, in breach of sanctions.
Bank of Credit and Commerce InternationalThe "Bank of Crooks and Criminals International", as some nicknamed it, was a bank set up to facilitate large scale, global money laundering, mainly to support a range of black operations by intelligence agencies.
Bank of England
Barclays Bank
Behavioural Insights TeamUK government propaganda and manipulation outfit
Bell PottingerReceived $500 million from the US DOD to create a range of propaganda, including fake Al-Qaeda videos
Big Brother Watch
Black CubeSpooky Israeli business intelligence agency
Board of Deputies of British Jews
British CouncilThe British government's cultural propaganda body.
British Institute of International and Comparative Law
British Petroleum
British Satellite BroadcastingA London based satellite television company
British-American Tobacco
Brunel UniversityLondon university
Cabinet Office
Cambridge AnalyticaA big data mining company
Campaign Against Antisemitism
Carlton Club
Carlton Television
Centre for Policy Studies
Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies
Chartered Management Institute
Chatham HouseA key organ of the UK Deep state
CivitasGroup which has a high intersection, in at least some activities, with the Institute for Statecraft
Coalition for Peace Through SecurityA spooky UK front group to try to oppose CND.
Commonwealth of Nations
Conservative Party
Control RisksA British private security company.
Council of Foreign Bondholders
Crown Prosecution ServiceThe principal public prosecuting authority, a non-ministerial UK government department that conducts (almost) all criminal prosecutions in England and Wales.
De Beers
Department for Communities and Local Government
Department for Transport
Department of Trade and Industry
ESCP EuropePrivate business school
Equilibrium Gulf Limited
Fabian Society
Foreign Desk Ltd
Forum World FeaturesA London based CIA propaganda operation which operated as a professional news service from 1965 to 1975.
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