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... p . 14) Indeed, God who is a 'wow God', actually 'rigged' the election: 'This was the first vote I'd ever seen rigged by God. Yet many still don't see it'. (p . 13). Wow indeed! It is tempting to just dismiss all this as the inconsequential ravings of a disturbed mind, but, as an incredulous Jon Sopel observes, the story of Hillary Clinton being involved with a Washington DC paedophile ring, the so-called 'Pizzagate' affair, actually got massive traction on social media. It was even retweeted by Trump's security adviser General Michael Flynn. One man, Edgar Welch, actually drove over 350 miles ...
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... brother', and he was 'plagued by the terrible thought that he had helped pot [sic] into motion forces that indirectly may have brought about his brother's martyrdom? Some insiders think so. ' 17 Powers widened the scope of this:'. . . behind these suspicions, never resolved, lay a still darker fear in the mind of Robert Kennedy: that he himself, if any of the four had been established as the guilty party, could not have escaped at least some measure of responsibility for arousing and stroking the anger that resulted in his brother's assassination. ' 18 Who ran and framed the patsy? Because Newman and Morley conclude – from the CIA's own ...
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... 2003 invasion of Iraq and thereby to shed light on this murky chapter of our history. The author methodically sets out the grounds for this request, one that has long been sought by many within and without the medical, scientific and legal professions – including former Conservative leader Michael (now Lord) Howard. In opposition, his party seemed minded to accede to this inquest plea. But the previously sympathetic Dominic Grieve firmly ruled it out when he became David Cameron's Attorney General after the 2010 election. The only Parliamentarian who has expressed any sustained interest in the fate of Dr Kelly is the former Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes, Norman Baker. His The Strange Death of David Kelly1 ...
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... Midland, that closed down in 2016 without any charges or convictions. Alison Levitt, former principal legal advisor to the Director of Public Prosecutions, said in 2017: 'Sir Richard made it clear in his report that the police must stop using the word victim and start using the word complainant because the police must approach these cases with an open mind. It is their duty to investigate whether or not it leads towards the suspect or indeed away from the suspect. ' 16 The abandoned guidelines referred to the perceived failure by Surrey police to investigate Jimmy Savile's activities at Duncroft Approved School.17 Burnet and Smith refer to an international study of false and distorted memories edited by Robert Nash ...
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... Here, in contrast, is Mooney in a 1992 letter to the Information Department of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office – IRD's successor organisation:'. . . a classic Wallace operation involving planted information; deception of the British and authorised personnel; attacks on individuals which do nothing to advance the fight against terrorism. ' 7 * new * Mind control Muckrock is a website devoted to FOIA requests in the USA. It recently had a story headed: 'Washington State Fusion Centre accidentally releases records on remote control. As part of a request for records on Antifa and white supremicist groups, WSFC inadvertently bundles in "EM effects on human body.zip". ' 8 The Washington ...
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... //www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster74/lob74-phil-shenon-jfk.pdf>. Fake money matters Sixteen years ago I watched with interest a television news report by the BBC's John Simpson on the fall of Kabul in Afghanistan. One part of that report has particularly stayed in my mind. For a brief moment in the video, sacks of currency – Simpson called them 'bales of banknotes' – were seen on the floor of a helicopter. This money, in the local Afghani currency, was being carried by the U.S . Special Forces (SF)17 and used to 'encourage' more local warlords to ...
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... www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/ 3618142/Focus-groups-I -thought-we-elected-politicians-to-make-big-decisions.html>. Labour was defeated in the 1992 election, the party was repositioned under these guidelines. A 'thorough examination of the state of mind of Britain's voters' was commissioned by Mandelson. The report 'Labour and Britain in the 1990s' was stage one: the second was a policy review learning the lessons from stage one. What might have to be addressed in stage two? 'Among those who had abandoned us, there was a remarkable consistency in the reasons they said had ...
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... 2012-2013 being involved 'in beatings, kidnappings, extortion, extrajudicial killings and illegal taxation of the population'. In Baghlan the police were 'involved in the kidnapping and raping of teenage boys, and in arbitrary detention and enforced disappearances of local leaders'. When you have British soldiers remarking that the best way to win the 'hearts and minds' of the local people would be via the removal of the police chief, it is clear that the war on the ground was very different from the war that was being sold to public opinion back in Britain. The role of Pakistan One of the factors making war 'unwinnable' was the character of the regime the United States was ...
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9. Deep Kiss (Summer 2018) [Free Article]
... up to, and he wanted to make Nixon aware that he knew about these destabilising manoeuvres. To date, no record of Dirksen informing Nixon about Johnson's awareness of the sabotage has surfaced. But, from Haldeman's January 1969 encounter with Nixon (described above), we know that Nixon entered office with his own subterfuge weighing heavily on his mind. This might have been compounded by the fact that, when he took office, Nixon abandoned any pretence at seeking peace and escalated the Vietnam War instead. What did Johnson think as he watched the Watergate scandal begin to grow in later 1972? No documentary record of any such reactions has yet been released by the Johnson Presidential Library ...
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... missile crisis.) In this context IRD was a Cold War anachronism. Crozier and his ilk never believed in detente and thought that, if the Red Menace was less visible, it just meant it was better hidden. (This may just have been old men – and they were all men, I think – unable to change their minds . . . .) History tells us that Crozier and the cold warriors were wrong: since the demise of the Soviet Union no evidence has come to light supporting their view of it.6 Detente and its opponents is one of the subjects of the PhD thesis of Tom Griffin. A journalist interested in Irish and intelligence affairs, ...
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