Monthly Archives: June 2020

June 30 — International Asteroid Day [2020]

“Sixty-six million years ago, a ten kilometer space rock plumeted into the Ucitan Peninsula, causing a prolonged nuclear winter, killing off the Dinosaurs. Today, such a collision would likely end human civilization” David Eicher “We really need an internationally agreed … Continue reading

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Lockerbie – Three Decades of Lies: J’Accuse…! [Chapter VII — The SLALOM Shirt]

“That man did not buy any shirt, I am sure.” Tony Gauci — Lockerbie top witness (January 30 1990) “Even if we assume that the clothing in that bag was actually found on the crash site as claimed, I suspect that … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Putin : “The Skripal poisoning narrative is not worth a dime.”

“This gentleman, Skripal, had already been punished. He was arrested, sentenced and then served time in prison. He received his punishment. For that matter, he was off the radar. Why would anybody be interested in him? He got punished. He … Continue reading

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40 Years Ago — Remembering Aerolinee Itavia Flight 870 (USTICA – June 27 1980)

“81 slowly pulsating lights hang from the ceiling, representing 81 souls oscillating between being forgotten and remembered.” Ustica Museum “We still hope the truth will come out. We know that very probably the plane was struck down by a missile. … Continue reading

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On This Day — “Ich bin ein Berliner” (June 26 1963) [2020]

“Two thousand years ago, the proudest boast was ‘Civis Romanus Sum’. Today, in the world of freedom, the proudest boast is ‘Ich bin ein Berliner!’ … All free men, wherever they may live, are citizens of Berlin, and therefore, as … Continue reading

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5G — Will European Countries Ban Huawei? [UPDATE –Belgium restricts access to Huawei and ZTE]

“Perhaps, the most puzzling part of the [Belgian Intelligence Services] report is what it does not mention. Although most countries are extremely concerned about China investments in their Telecom infrastructure, the Belgian report is silent on this issue. Why, on … Continue reading

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60 Years Ago — The First NSA Defection : William H. Martin and Bernon F. Mitchell (June 25 1960)

“The United States Government is as unscrupulous as it has accused the Soviet Government of being. Our main dissatisfaction concerned some of the practices the United States uses in gathering intelligence information … deliberately violating the airspace of other nations … Continue reading

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40 Years Ago — Who Killed Pierre Goldman? And Why? (June 22, 1944 – Assassinated September 20, 1979) [UPDATE : Spanish Suspect Terror Group was led by Prime Minister]

“In my crib were hidden tracts and arms.” Pierre Goldman — Dim memories of a Polish Jew Born in France “Marseille boys members of GAL killed him [Pierre Goldman] with Maïone, who also talked about a commandant, a former member … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Intelligence Identities Protection Act (June 23 1982) [2020]

“The legislation ultimately will harm, not help, our national security interests (…)  If left to stand, it will curtail legitimate journalistic scrutiny of a particularly important and sensitive area of government, creating the possibility that wrongdoing or wrong-headedness could flourish in … Continue reading

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Lockerbie – Three Decades of Lies: J’Accuse…! [Chapter VI : A spectacular miscarriage of Justice]

“The Lockerbie trial is the most disgraceful miscarriage of justice in Scotland for 100 years. Every lawyer who has read the judgment says ‘this is nonsense’. It is nonsense.” Robert Black QC FRSE — Professor Emeritus of Scots Law in … Continue reading

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