University of Texas at Austin

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Group.png University of Texas at Austin  
MottoDisciplina praesidium civitatis
Type• Flagship
• state university
• Space-grant university
Other nameLonghorns
The most liberal school in Texas.

The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin, UT, or Texas) is a public research university in Austin, Texas, founded in 1883. The institution is composed of over 50,000 undergraduate and graduate students and over 24,000 faculty and staff. UT-Austin is stereotyped as the most liberal school in Texas, and possibly in the entire United States<ref.</ref>.

It is a major center for academic research, with research expenditures totaling $679.8 million for fiscal year 2018.[1] The university houses seven museums and seventeen libraries, including the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, and operates various auxiliary research facilities, such as the J. J. Pickle Research Campus and the McDonald Observatory. As of November 2020, 13 Nobel Prize winners, four Pulitzer Prize winners, two Turing Award winners, two Fields medalists, two Wolf Prize winners, and two Abel prize winners have been affiliated with the school as alumni, faculty members or researchers. The university has also been affiliated with three Primetime Emmy Award winners, and as of 2021 its students and alumni have earned a total of 155 Olympic medals.[2]


Employee on Wikispooks

Robert JensenProfessor of journalism20181992Critic of war, pornography and "transgender ideology".


Alumni on Wikispooks

Stacey Abrams9 December 1973USPoliticianUp-and-coming American politician in the Democratic Party. Marshall Memorial Fellow
Hans-Georg Betz1956GermanAcademicGerman academic who attended the 2000 Bilderberg possibly as a speaker on The European Far Right - Is there a Threat?
Jeb Bush11 February 1953PoliticianA Bush crime family member whom the cabal are trying to get elected.
Waggoner Carr1 October 191825 February 2004Author
Testified to the Warren Commission that Lee Harvey Oswald was on the FBI payroll
James W. Cicconi1952USLawyer
Deep state operative
George H. W. Bush connected insider.
Walter Cronkite4 November 191617 July 2009USJournalist
TV presenter
Carol E. Dinkins9 November 1945Lawyer
İmregül GencerTurkeyFinancierTurkish financier who attended the 2005 Bilderberg
J. Evetts Haley5 July 19019 October 1995Activist
Karen House1947USJournalist
US Corporate Media controller who attended the 1982, 1988, and 1992 Bilderbergs.
Kay Bailey Hutchison22 July 1943USDiplomat
As ambassador to NATO said US prepared to consider a military strike to destroy Russian missiles.
Lady Bird Johnson22 December 191211 July 2007Politician's wife
Turned $41,000 investment into more than $150 million
Roderich Kiesewetter11 September 1963GermanSoldier
Deep state operative
Former Bundeswehr general staff officer turned politician
Scott McClellan14 February 1968PropagandistWhite House Press Secretary (2003–06) for President George W. Bush who later wrote that Bush sold the Iraq war to Americans using a sophisticated "political propaganda campaign" aimed at "manipulating sources of public opinion" and "downplaying the major reason for going to war."
George de Mohrenschildt17 April 191129 March 1977USSpook
Deep state functionary
JFK/Assassination/Premature death
HSCA/Premature deaths
Lee Harvey Oswald's handler, found dead after attempting to share some of what he knew with the media.
Hasti Taghi1986USJournalist
Media executive
Vice-president and chief of staff of NBCUniversal. Event 201 participant.
Darren Walker28 August 1959USBanker
Bilderberg bankster and manager of deep state funding foundations Rockefeller Foundation and Ford Foundation, where he announced working to end fossil-fuel. Attended Bilderberg/2019.