Monthly Archives: July 2022

15 Years Ago — “What a hornets’ nest I had stirred!” [Wikipedia edited by the CIA] (July 26/27 2007) — [UPDATE : Operation “On Wings of Eagles” (Disinformation)]

“A nuclear scientist and reporter Ludwig De Braeckeleer suggested that intelligence agents may have been infiltrated Wikipedia to remove undesirable information from Wikipedia articles. The design and application of WikiScanner technology proved such suspicions to be well founded.” Internet Brigades … Continue reading

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75 Years Ago — President Truman Creates the Central Intelligence Agency (July 26 1947)

“I think it has become necessary to take another look at the purpose and operations of our Central Intelligence Agency. (…) There is something about the way the CIA has been functioning that is casting a shadow over our historic … Continue reading

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Remembering French Investigative Journalist Pierre Péan (March 5 1938 – July 25 2019) [UPDATE : From Lockerbie to Avianca 203 — The same fake ‘scientists’…]

“It is striking to note the similarity of the ‘scientific’ evidence discovered by the FBI’s Tom Thurman in both the Lockerbie and UTA cases. Of the tens of thousands of pieces of debris collected at each disaster site, one lone … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Deadly Floods in Belgium & Germany — A Monumental Intelligence Failure? [UPDATE : Criminal Investigation to continue until 2024!]

“The fact that people didn’t evacuate or get the warnings suggests that something is going wrong. If you’ve got some information about what risk you’re at and you can understand it, you can take action to protect yourself. These floods … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering the crash of TWA 800 (July 17 1996) [UPDATE : Families file suit against government claiming TWA Flight 800 was destroyed ‘by an errant United States missile’]

“The FBI didn’t want to hear about anything but a missile or a bomb, because otherwise there was no FBI case. Their conduct was disturbing from the very beginning.” Chuck Grassley — Chairman of the Judiciary subcommittee on administrative oversight –Washington … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering Dr David Kelly (May 14, 1944 – July 17, 2003)

“It is no exaggeration to say that between 1990 and his death in 2003, Dr Kelly probably did more to make the world a more secure place than anyone on the planet. Even among the elite group of international weapons … Continue reading

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20 Years Ago — Kangaroo Zeist Court issues Infamous Lockerbie verdict (January 31 2001) [UPDATE : UK Supreme Court judges refuse permission to launch an appeal]

“The disparity between historical reality and the description of history in books and newspapers can lead our youth only to lack of belief, to cynicism, whereas we need belief, but real belief can be based only on the truth.” Russian … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Lockerbie : Why I ruled out the bomb theory [Technical Analysis of the Debris Lines]

“I tend to the view that the disaster is due to mechanical failure. Although I keep an open mind, I have great doubts about the bomb theory.” William Trench — Chief inspector of Air Accidents from 1974 to 1981 (December 27 … Continue reading

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