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Iccho ItohMayor of Nagasaki who denounced the use of nuclear weapons as a violation of international law in the Hague. Assassinated
JFKThe last US president to effectively seek to promote the welfare of the US population.
Kim Jae-gyu
Natacha JaittAssassinated model who became a whistleblower for child sex abuse by Argentina's elite class
Meir Kahaneassassinated
Liaquat Ali KhanPakistan's first and longest serving Prime Minister, murdered by the USA in order to facilitate their access to oil.
Jamal Khashoggiassassinated journalist
Paul Klebnikov
Huseyin KocadağThe former Istanbul Deputy police Chief killed in the Susurluk car crash
Kim KooAn assassinated Korean politician
Andrei Kozlov
Otakhon LatifiPeace making politician. Assassinated in 1998
Maxim Lazovsky
John LennonWorld famous musician who came out firmly against war and spoke out about the "insane" behaviour of government leaders.
Orlando LetelierA Chilean socialist politician and diplomat, assassinated in Washington D.C.
Walter Liggett
Abraham LincolnA US president who stood up to the US deep state
Anna LindhSwedish Minister of Foreign Affairs assassinated 4 months after attending her first Bilderberg
Alexander LitvinenkoAn exiled Russian spook turned whistleblower who died of Polonium poisoning in London.
Mark LombardiUS artist who became interested in graphing deep state networks
Huey Long
Allard LowensteinUS politician supportive of a reinvestigation of the RFK Assassination. Assassinated
Anton LubowskiNamibian anti-apartheid activist assassinated by South Africa's Civil Cooperation Bureau
Patrice LumumbaThe first democratically elected Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo, abducted, tortured and murdered. Foreign intelligence service involvement is strongly suspected.
MLKMartin Luther King was a pastor and political activist whose moral stance in the US in the 1960s posed a serious challenge to the US deep state. Now feted by the US government, although the US legal process conceded in 1999 that he was assassinated by the same government.
Samora Machel
Salvatore Maranzano
Georgi MarkovA Bulgarian dissident writer who assassinated in 1978
John-Reier Martinsen
Rolando MasferrerOperation 40 member car bombed in Miami a week mafter he published a newspaper editorial arguing that car bombs were a justifiable tactic.
Enrico MatteiChairman of ENI, the Italian state oil company which had challenged the oligopoly of the Seven Sisters. He died in a suspicious plane crash in 1962.
William McKinley
Thomas MertonAn anti-war monk who referred to the US Deep state as "the unspeakable".
Harvey MilkThe first openly gay elected official in the history of California. Assassinated.
George de MohrenschildtLee Harvey Oswald's handler, found dead after attempting to share some of what he knew with the media.
Daniel Morgan
Aldo Moro
George MosconeMayor of San Francisco. Assassinated
Louis MountbattenA man "of extremely low morals". Mentor to Charles Windsor.
Aleksey Mozgovoy
Nematollah Nassiri
Airey NeaveThatcher aide who may have been intent on tackling corruption. Assassinated.
Boris NemtsovA critic of the Russian government under Vladimir Putin
Karel Van NoppenA Belgian livestock inspector assassinated reportedly killed by the "hormone mafia".
Deborah PalfreyRan an escort agency in Washington D.C. that was frequently used by Washington insiders, and was aware of some 9/11 insiders who let information slip before the event.
Olof PalmeLeader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party from 1969, and two-term Prime Minister, until his assassination in 1986.
Yann PiatAssassinated French politician
Anna PolitkovskayaA staunch opponent of the Second Chechen War who was assassinated.
RFKBrother of murdered US president John F. Kennedy, Robert had been his Attorney General and wanted to become US President himself so he could uncover his brothers killers. Assassinated.