Pepperdine University

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Group.png Pepperdine University  
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HeadquartersMalibu, Los Angeles, California, USA
Type• private
• research
Sponsored byOpen Philanthropy
Private university in California wit deep state ties

Pepperdine Universityis a private university affiliated with Churches of Christ. Pepperdine's main campus consists of 830 acres (340 ha) overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the Pacific Coast Highway near Malibu, California.[1]

Founded by entrepreneur George Pepperdine in South Los Angeles in 1937, the school expanded to Malibu in 1972. The university is composed of an undergraduate liberal arts school (Seaver College) and four graduate schools: the Caruso School of Law, the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, the Graziadio Business School, and the Pepperdine School of Public Policy|School of Public Policy.

School of Public Policy

The Pepperdine University School of Public Policy (SPP) is a Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree program, located in Malibu, California with summer classes offered in Washington, DC. The MPP is customized with specializations in Applied Economic Policy, American Policy and Politics, International Relations and National Security, State and Local Policy, and Public Policy Dispute Resolution.[2]

The Homeland Security Advisory Council at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy is an initiative to prepare the current and next generation of leaders by exploring a full range of cross-sector and information technology solutions to public policy challenges.[3]


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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



The Collapse of Europe ConferenceAn openly Islamophobic conference in California, that may have been designed to promote Islamophobia in Europe as part of the "War On Terror".


Open PhilanthropyGrant maker funneling deep state money among other things to pandemic planning. Financed Event 201.


Alumni on Wikispooks

Colleen GraffyUSSpook
US spook and propagandist
James Hahn3 July 1950
Phillip KarberUSAcademicSpooky academic
Jami Miscik1958USSpookCIA Deputy Director for Intelligence. In-Q-Tel, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the American Ditchley Foundation
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