Monthly Archives: October 2018

On This Day — Hemingway Wins Nobel Prize (October 28 1954)

“The FBI’s surveillance substantially contributed to his anguish and his suicide.” AE Hotchner — Hemingway’s friend and collaborator over the last 13 years of his life “Ernest Hemingway’s relationship with the Federal Bureau of Investigation would charitably be described as … Continue reading

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Libya — Muammar Gaddafi, Rendition and the West [Documentary]

“I congratulate you on the safe arrival of [Belhaj]. This was the least we could do for you and for Libya.” Letter from Sir Mark Allen, then head of MI6 counterintelligence, to Moussa Koussa. then head of Libyan intelligence “Right now, … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Belgium University Professor Death Sentenced in Iran

“A scientist performing important humanitarian work has been sentenced without public trial and is looking at the death penalty. This is an outrageous violation of universal human rights, against which we should react decisively.” Rector Caroline Pauwels — VUB [Vrije Universiteit … Continue reading

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F-35 — Quick Note on the Corruption of NATO Governments

“Any Norwegian citizen with a brain needs to know, that if Norway is buying the F-35,  then someone — politician or bureaucrat — has been bribed to make that possible. Okay!” Robert David Steele — Former CIA Analyst On Thursday (October 25 … Continue reading

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Fake News & Disinformation — A New and Suspicious Definition from the UK Government

“There is a wonderful book that you might read… And the title of it is from a quote from Winston Churchill: ‘In time of war, the truth is so precious, it must be attended by a bodyguard of lies.’” U.S. … Continue reading

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On This Day — Operation Autumn Leaves (October 26 1988)

“Following the arrest of Dalkamoni and others […], it is possible to conclude that at least the core of the cell structure has been removed. It is not possible to say that all persons involved in the terrorist activities had … Continue reading

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Khashoggi Murder — CIA Director Gina Haspel Travels to Turkey

“They assured me they will conduct a complete, thorough investigation of all of the facts surrounding Mr. Khashoggi and will do so in a timely fashion. And that his report itself will be transparent.I told President Trump this morning that … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — CIA : Lulu got fired… Would rather play than sniff bombs

“Sometimes, even after testing, our pups make it clear being an explosive detection K9 isn’t for them.” CIA — Twitter (October 2017) October 23 2017 — Lulu got fired from the CIA because she would rather play than sniff bombs. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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Was Nobel Prize Pablo Neruda a KGB Agent? [UPDATE]

“Neruda is the greatest poet of the 20th century in any language” Gabriel García Márquez — Nobel Prize in Literature 1982  “A poet closer to death than to philosophy, closer to pain than to insight, closer to blood than to … Continue reading

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PT/35(b) — An Overview of the Lockerbie Case [2018]

“Without PT/35(b), there would have been no indictment.” Richard Marquise — FBI Agent who led the US side of the Lockerbie investigation “The Lockerbie trial is the most disgraceful miscarriage of justice in Scotland for 100 years. Every lawyer who … Continue reading

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