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Old 06-10-2018, 08:49 PM   #121
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Did MI5 murder orange-in-mouth Tory MP? Stephen Milligan supposedly died after a bizarre sex game - but chilling investigation raises an even more sinister possibility after the former journalist 'unearthed British illegal arms sales'

The 45-year-old MP was found lying on a kitchen table in his terraced home
He was naked apart from a pair of stockings and a bin-liner over his head
Milligan was also discovered with a single segment of orange in his mouth
Due to the circumstances Milligan's death was ruled as misadventure
BBC newsman John Simpson now suggests that Milligan was a victim of foul play

By Guy Adams for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:17, 5 October 2018 | Updated: 02:42, 6 October 2018

Almost a quarter of a century may have passed, but the bizarre and outwardly tawdry nature of Stephen Milligan’s death has lost little of its ability to shock.

The 45-year-old MP, a rising star of John Major’s Conservative party, was found lying on a kitchen table in his terraced home near the River Thames in Chiswick on the afternoon of Monday, February 7, 1994.

His body was naked, save for a pair of women’s stockings and suspenders, plus a black bin-liner over his head. Around his neck was a length of electrical flex, which had apparently been used to strangle him.

His mouth meanwhile contained a single segment of orange.

A post-mortem examination soon found that Milligan had died of suffocation caused by pressure from the ligature around his neck, most likely in the early hours of Sunday morning.

In the ensuing media circus, detectives quickly took the view that the MP, a bachelor, had suffered a fatal accident while carrying out a solo sex act.

Specifically, they believed he’d been indulging in ‘auto-erotic asphyxiation’ — the highly-unconventional practice of seeking to increase sexual excitement by restricting the supply of blood to the brain.

A hastily-convened inquest, which opened the following week, reached a similar conclusion: West London Coroner, Dr John Burton, found no evidence to suggest that the Eastleigh MP had been murdered or committed suicide, instead recording an official verdict of ‘death by misadventure’.

To devastated friends and colleagues, the whole thing quite understandably came as a terrible bolt from the blue.

However, you don’t have to spend long exploring the circumstances of this most notorious of political scandals to find informed sources who smell a rat about his death. Take, for example, a ‘former girlfriend’ who was interviewed by the Independent newspaper on February 9, 1994, just two days after his body was found.

The woman, who asked not to be named, said she believed he’d been killed by someone seeking to destabilise the Major government — which could include either Russian spies or opponents of the then-recent Anglo-Irish declaration, aimed at bringing peace to Northern Ireland.

In her interview, the girlfriend argued that the kitchen of his home at Black Lion Lane in Chiswick was an unlikely location for him to indulge in a sex act. ‘I believe he was murdered,’ she said. ‘Even if you accept that he was up to these practices — and I know him well and he wasn’t — then why would he do it where he was found?

‘He was in the kitchen which is draughty, which has tiled floors and which is not particularly secretive; there are French windows that people can see through.

‘On the other hand, that is the perfect place to leave a body where you know it will be seen. And the day he was found was the day of the Conservative Winter Ball, a time when his death would cause maximum embarrassment.’

Take also Gerald James, a businessman who achieved prominence during the early Nineties when his company, the arms firm Astra, was caught up in the so-called ‘Arms to Iraq’ affair. Astra collapsed after being accused of using a subsidiary to break an embargo to sell weapons that ended-up in the hands of Saddam Hussein.

Soon afterwards, James turned whistle-blower, insisting it was one of several companies whose activities had been quietly sanctioned by the British government.

The 1996 Scott Report vindicated many of his claims. Several years later, James published a memoir of the affair, titled In The Public Interest.

Though little noticed at the time, the book makes intriguing reading in light of this week’s remarks by John Simpson, for it suggests that Milligan was one of up to eight individuals killed in remarkably similar circumstances by the British security services to keep details of government involvement in illegal arms sales from becoming public.

That may seem too fantastical to believe.

But only this week a tribunal heard how MI5 agents have been given authorisation to commit ‘murder, torture and sexual assault’ on British soil without fear of prosecution in order to protect national security. Not only that, this licence to commit ‘grave criminality’ has been granted for the past 30 years.

Among the suspicious deaths mentioned in Gerald James’s memoir, was that of James Rusbridger, a 65-year-old former MI6 officer turned journalist who died just nine days after Milligan.

Rusbridger was found lying on his stomach on the landing of his rented home in Devon, wearing a gas mask, green overalls, thick rubber gloves and a long oilskin coat. A rope, which stretched into the attic, was tied around his neck and ankles. He was surrounded by pictures of men and women in bondage situations.

Intriguingly, just a few days earlier, he’d written to a local TV station saying that he intended to investigate Milligan’s demise. A coroner nonetheless concluded that he’d taken his own life.

Also among the eight mysterious deaths cited by James was that of Jonathan Moyle, a journalist who had travelled to Chile in 1990 to dig into the sale of 50 helicopters which were to be sold to Iraq after being fitted with British made anti-tank missile guidance systems.

Moyle never completed his investigation, but was instead found crammed into a hotel wardrobe, hanging by his shirt from a clothes rail. His head was covered with a pillowcase, and over two pairs of underpants he was wearing a towel and a polythene bag.

Initially, sources at the British embassy briefed that he’d died when a sex game went wrong. It wasn’t until eight years after his death that an inquest concluded that Moyle had been ‘unlawfully killed’ by a ‘person or persons unknown’. Speaking in September 2010, his former fiancée said: ‘The British intelligence services tried to smear Jonathan suggesting he was sexually deviant.’

In his aforementioned Nineties memoir, businessman Gerald James explained that staging deaths via auto-erotic asphyxiation was a favourite technique of secret agents.

The reason — he argued — was that the deeply unedifying circumstances of such deaths make them unlikely to be properly investigated. After all, friends and family of the deceased are usually too embarrassed to want them to garner much attention.

Twenty years on, that remains his view. Indeed, speaking to the Mail this week, the former businessman, who nowadays lives in Barnes, South-West London said he still believes Milligan was murdered. The particular motive, James explained, was to prevent him from revealing details of the Arms to Iraq affair.

‘At the time of his death, Milligan was Parliamentary Private Secretary to Jonathan Aitken, the defence procurement minister, so he would have had access to sensitive documents. If he uncovered evidence of a cover up, and was prepared to turn whistle-blower, then I believe the chances of him being killed by the intelligence services were very high.’ James added that Milligan was observed shortly before his death having a furious row with one of his party whips.

‘Milligan would have known all about dirty tricks and covert arms deals. Presumably he argued with the whip because he had questioned policy and threatened to spill beans.’

Perhaps intriguingly, given this claim, the immediate aftermath of Milligan’s death saw his Commons office cleared of papers by MI5, according to contemporary newspaper reports.

What’s more, a report in the Sunday Express six days after the 1994 tragedy suggested that a ‘mystery man’ was in his Chiswick home before police arrived on the scene on the day his body was found.

The article suggested that the man in question was from the MoD and had been sent ‘to check whether any confidential or sensitive papers had been left lying around’ and presumably remove them. However the MoD denied any such official had been sent, insisting there was no ‘security aspect’ to the case.

Still more bizarrely, reporters at the scene said that on the evening of Milligan’s discovery, detectives carted off several bags of documents, plus two kitchen cupboard doors ‘which had been removed at the hinges’ and the top of a ‘modern round pine table’.
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Old 17-12-2018, 10:09 PM   #122
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The 'Integrity Initiative' - A Military Intelligence Operation, Disguised As Charity, To Create The "Russian Threat"
December 15, 2018

The British government financed Integrity Initiative is tasked with spreading anti-Russian propaganda and thereby with influencing the public, military and governments of a number of countries. What follows is an contextual analysis of the third batch of the Initiative's internal papers which were dumped by an anonymous yesterday.


Christopher Nigel Donnelly (CND) is the co-director of The Institute for Statecraft and founder of its offshoot Integrity Initiative. The Initiative claims to "Defend Democracy Against Disinformation".

The Integrity Initiative does this by planting disinformation about alleged Russian influence through journalists 'clusters' throughout Europe and the United States.

Both, the Institute as well as the Initiative, claim to be independent Non-Government Organizations. Both are financed by the British government, NATO and other state donors.

Among the documents lifted by some anonymous person from the servers of the Institute we find several papers about Donnelly as well as some memos written by him. They show a russophobe mind with a lack of realistic strategic thought.
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Old 08-01-2019, 06:15 PM   #123
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‘They made a mess & are fighting fires’: UK academic says Integrity Initiative fatally hurt by leaks
Published time: 8 Jan, 2019 18:15

Despite being ignored by Western media, leaks from Integrity Initiative have paralyzed the operations of this UK-funded covert influence network, and could lead to its dismantling, says a leading British academic.

“This has made a mess of [Integrity Initiative’s] operations, they are spending most of their time now trying to fire-fight on the coverage this is getting. And they are not doing essentially what they are being paid to do, which is to counter the Russians,” David Miller, Professor of Political Sociology at the University of Bristol School for Policy Studies, told RT.

“The British government is getting bad value for money, if it was ever getting better value.”

As part of the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media, which studies Western attempts to control media coverage of key international events, Miller has played a crucial role in studying the four tranches of data anonymously uploaded and sourced from the previously little-known group, which has been backed by the UK Foreign Office, NATO and Facebook, to the tune of over £1 million per year.

The documents, whose authenticity has not been denied, contain details of psyops operations against public figures, of the manipulation of media coverage in leading Western outlets, and have also revealed worldwide networks of prominent journalists and academics, secretly engaged to discredit, at every turn, pro-Moscow points of view and political developments.

Despite the refusal by all of those named either to either admit their connection or to say that there was nothing untoward in their activities, Miller believes that getting rumbled has made it more difficult for them to push and publish anti-Russian content.

“Most of the people named are trying to pretend that this is not all of great significance, but the revelation of the involvement of the government in manipulating other countries, and the political process in the UK, is extremely damaging for them,” he said, via video link.

For Miller, the “cardinal sin” from a UK perspective was smearing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, as a potential Kremlin ally in Whitehall, which would mean that a state-paid intelligence operation was meddling in domestic politics.

Miller bemoans the absence of coverage of what he calls a “real, genuine scandal” in top English-language news sources, which, he says, are themselves implicated in the fallout. But regardless, such is the scope of Integrity Initiative’s ambition – from indoctrinating schoolchildren to infiltrating Hollywood – that it should lead to a national dialogue about the role intelligence agencies should play in public life.

“Integrity Initiative are beyond the realms of sense. The activities they are engaged in are morally and ethically dubious, and will certainly – as we can see already – backfire on them,” he said.

“This will result hopefully in the ending of this operation, and if we are lucky, a sensible discussion in parliament about controlling the future British covert operations.”
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Old 13-01-2019, 10:18 PM   #124
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Damning new evidence that Dr Kelly DIDN'T commit suicide: The disturbing flaws in the official government story surrounding the death of Blair's chemical weapons expert

Official explanation was that the weapons expert had taken his own life
But since Dr Kelly’s death in 2003, time has done nothing to dispel suspicion
Successive governments have refused to allow full coroner’s inquest to be held

By Miles Goslett For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 22:00, 12 January 2019 | Updated: 01:22, 13 January 2019

I have updated my book after being contacted by John Scurr, a world-renowned consultant surgeon specialising in vascular surgery – surgery on veins and arteries. He does not believe it possible that Dr Kelly died in the manner officially found.

Scurr told me that Dr Kelly’s half-sister, Sarah Pape OBE – a leading plastic surgeon based at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle – rang him shortly after Hutton published his report in January 2004 to say she didn’t believe Dr Kelly had taken his own life.

Scurr told me: ‘Sarah Pape clearly had concerns about whether Dr Kelly could have died from slashing his wrist. We had an in-depth conversation about it. She took the trouble to contact me after the Hutton Inquiry finished to discuss whether one could actually die from slashing the ulnar artery [which passes through the wrist on the little finger side].

‘She doubted whether he could have done that on a personal and a medical level. She is a plastic surgeon and has considerable medical knowledge.’

Scurr’s claim is doubly significant because Ms Pape gave evidence to the Hutton Inquiry but did not disclose her doubts on that occasion.

Scurr has his own significant professional doubts too – remember, he is an expert when it comes to blood vessels.

He said: ‘I don’t believe it’s possible to die from simply cutting your ulnar artery. It is a very small artery and it is unlikely you could lose enough blood to cause cardiac arrest and death. It is much more likely he died from another cause. One possibility is a heart attack caused by whatever reason and this was an attempt to mask that.

‘The relative absence of blood at the scene and the fact that a rather blunt knife was used are significant. If one were to cut the wrist holding the knife in the right hand, the artery that would be cut is not the ulnar artery, which is on the inside of the hand, but the radial artery on the outside of the hand.

‘It seems more probable that somebody else took the knife and actually slashed the wrist, taking the stroke across the ulnar artery.’

Scurr’s point is that anyone wanting to cut their wrist would first have come across the radial artery, located under the thumb, rather than the ulnar artery, which lives under the little finger and is buried deep in the wrist. It is hard to find, especially with a knife that is 50 years old and blunt, such as the one found in Kelly’s hand. To sever it would require something like a razor blade.

I have also spoken to another important witness, David Broucher, the British Ambassador to Prague between 1997 and 2001. Broucher was called to give evidence to the Hutton Inquiry after telling Foreign Office colleagues of an extraordinary remark Dr Kelly made to him shortly before he died. Chillingly, Dr Kelly told him he thought he would be ‘found dead in the woods’ if Iraq was ever invaded.

This was in February 2003 – a full three months before Dr Kelly met BBC reporter Andrew Gilligan.

According to Broucher, Kelly rang his Geneva office unexpectedly and asked to see him.

The two men later spoke face- to-face for about an hour, and in the course of their conversation Dr Kelly volunteered his concerns about the British Government’s 45-minute claim because he knew it was not true.

Crucially, Broucher has told me something he had never previously disclosed: that during their meeting Dr Kelly named Blair’s spin doctor Alastair Campbell as one of those exerting pressure to make the dossier on Iraq’s possession of WMD as strong as possible.

Leading Establishment figures of the day, from Tony Blair down, agreed to be questioned at the Hutton Inquiry. There was evidence from Alastair Campbell and from Sir Richard Dearlove, the head of MI6, whose voice had never been heard in public before.

Yet the omissions are glaring. More than 20 key witnesses who might have been expected to give evidence at a coroner’s inquest – including the Thames Valley Police officer who led the search for Dr Kelly – were excluded from the inquiry.

Of the 24 days on which the Hutton Inquiry did sit, less than half a day was spent going through the medical evidence relating to Dr Kelly’s death. A number of suspicious details were simply ignored, even though they were well-known to police.

Take, for example, the fact that there were no fingerprints on the knife Dr Kelly allegedly used to kill himself. And yet when his body was found, he wore no gloves.

Then there is the startling matter of Dr Kelly’s dental records.

On the day he died, but before his body had been officially found, his dentist discovered that his patient records had disappeared. Who took the records? When did they do so? Why did they want them?

Among other urgent questions that remain unaddressed are:

Why incomplete evidence concerning Dr Kelly’s whereabouts during the last week of his life was given to the Hutton Inquiry.
Why the forensic pathologist who conducted the post-mortem claimed Dr Kelly was 2st lighter than he actually was.
lWhy a police search helicopter with thermal imaging equipment, which had flown three hours before over the wood where his body was eventually found, did not detect it – despite the fact that his body temperature would have been warm enough at the time to register on the helicopter’s search system.

The Hutton Inquiry was deeply flawed, raising more questions than answered.

And that is why, along with many others, I believe it is essential that a full coroner’s inquest must now be held. Only then can we start to know the truth about the troubling death of Dr David Kelly.

An Inconvenient Death: How The Establishment Covered Up The David Kelly Affair, by Miles Goslett, is out in paperback.
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The original 'fake news'? The BBC and the Information Research Department reveals the hidden history of the BBC's relationship with the secret state, suppression of 'subversives' and support for military intervention overseas
Ian Sinclair
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

ST month Ritula Shah presented a BBC World Service discussion programme entitled Is “Fake News” A Threat To Democracy?

Predictably the debate focused on Russian attempts to influence Western populations and political systems.

Asked whether the US has been involved in similar activities, Dr Kathleen Bailey, a senior figure in the US State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research in the 1980s, was dismissive: “We [the US] certainly do not have a budget, bureaucracy or intellectual commitment to doing that kind of thing.”

Carl Miller, the research director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at Demos, also played down the West’s activities: “I think Western countries do do less of this as a kind of tool of foreign policy than autocracies.”

“Read real journalism” — presumably BBC journalism — was one of the guest’s suggestions for countering Fake News.

Putting this self-serving and self-congratulatory narrative to one side, it is worth considering the BBC’s, and particularly the BBC World Service’s, own relationship to the British government’s own propaganda.

“Directly funded by government [the Foreign Office], rather than the licence fee” the World Service is “deeply embedded in the foreign policy, security and intelligence apparatus of the British state,” Dr Tom Mills notes in his must-read 2016 book The BBC: Myth of a Public Service.

In particular, the BBC had a very close relationship to the Information Research Department (IRD) — “a Foreign Office propaganda outfit which sought especially to foster anti-communist sentiments on the left,” explains Mills, a Lecturer in Sociology and Policy at Aston University.

Set up in 1948, the IRD “was one of the largest and best-funded sections of the Foreign Office until it was discreetly shut down in 1977 on the orders of [then foreign secretary] David Owen,” investigative journalist Ian Cobain reported in the Guardian in July 2018.

A 1963 Foreign Office review of IRD sets out the work of the covert unit: “The primary aim is unattributable propaganda through IRD outlets — eg in the press, the political parties … and a number of societies.”
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Old 15-01-2019, 10:13 AM   #126
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Bellingcat activist fails to ban blogger who exposed his ties to UK propaganda outfit on Twitter
Published time: 14 Jan, 2019 08:59 Edited time: 15 Jan, 2019 08:19

An activist of the controversial investigative site Bellingcat has tried to make Twitter ban a Canadian blogger, who highlighted his links to a UK-backed covert influence network.

A recent Twitter post by a Canadian blogger, Stephen McIntyre, apparently did not sit well with Dan Kaszeta, an active contributor to the self-styled “citizen journalism” investigative website Bellingcat. The Canadian apparently drew the ire of the activist by highlighting some of his connections to the Integrity Initiative (II), a clandestine propaganda outlet funded by the UK government.

McIntyre posted an invoice sent by Kaszeta’s firm, Strongpoint Security, billing II’s parent organization, the Institute for Statecraft, for about $800 for an article penned by the man. The document is part of a trove of II’s data leaked online. The former US Army veteran apparently got pretty annoyed and turned to the Twitter administration, demanding that the blogger be banned for exposing his personal data. He argues that posting personal data is banned by Twitter rules.

McIntyre was briefly banned on Twitter, but promptly appealed his case by arguing that he violated no rules as he simply wrote about Kaszeta’s employment, which is not prohibited on Twitter. His arguments appeared to be convincing enough for the social media giant to lift the ban without any preconditions and leave all the information posted by the Canadian as it is.
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Chemtrails Exposed: The Deep State And The New Manhattan Project
Peter Kirby
January 14, 2019

The Nazis and the CIA

And ye shall know the truth. And the truth shall make you free. – John, VIII: 32

There is no shortage of evidence indicating that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is the overall, day-to-day manager and coordinator of today’s New Manhattan Project (NMP). Created just after WWII with the National Security Act of 1947 and later enhanced by the Central Intelligence Agency Act of 1949, the CIA is a creature of the global corporate superstate and it uses the resources of our government, most notably our military, to accomplish its ends. We’ve known for a long time now that the New Manhattan Project is of a military nature, so that makes nothing but sense. And the other thing… oh yeah, corporations run the world.

In his book Chemtrails Exposed and in many articles, your author has presented lots of evidence linking the CIA to the NMP. From these sources, we already know that the CIA has historically owned and operated large fleets of covertly operating aircraft. The CIA has worked extensively on lots of high-technology applicable to the New Manhattan Project. The CIA has a huge influence over our media which can be used to cover-up and tell lies about the NMP. In fact, in the course of their doings, the CIA has participated in the publication of many documents with direct relevance to the NMP. Many key players in the NMP’s development have had direct connections to the CIA. One apparently very important player, William F. Raborn was briefly the director of the CIA. More recently, the author has uncovered yet more evidence linking the CIA to the NMP. As our story unfolds, this new evidence will be presented here.

It all goes back to the beginning. The origins of the CIA are very telling and they are germane not only to the rest of this section, but they also provide a background for the rest of this article. It all started in the final years of World War Two. As it was beginning to dawn upon the Germans that they were going to lose this thing, upper management decided to make deals with one Allen Welsh Dulles who, in theory was representing the United States Government but, in practice was working for the global corporate superstate; also known as the deep state.

Allen Dulles (1893-1969), stationed in Bern, Switzerland at the time and working for the CIA’s predecessor, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), was among the most influential people in laying the groundwork for the later formation of the CIA. Although there is no officially recognized founder of the CIA, a strong argument can be made for Dulles being that person. He and a handful of others went on to fill the CIA’s nascent ranks with Nazis. This process began before the conclusion of WWII with a secret mission called Operation Sunrise. Among the few Germans most instrumental in beginning this process were Nazi Generals Reinhard Gehlen (1902-1979) and Karl Wolff (1900-1984). After WWII, the bulk of the former Nazis came to America as part of something called Operation Paperclip. Allen Dulles ended up being one of the earliest directors of the Agency and to this day he is the longest serving director of the CIA. He ran the CIA for 8 years with virtually no congressional oversight and the impact of his legacy continues today. For these reasons, Allen Dulles and his more famous brother Secretary of State John Foster Dulles are persons of interest here and are referred to throughout.

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Home Office under fire for blocking new spy watchdog
Surveillance expert Eric King vetoed from top job at IPCO over past associations
Mark Townsend
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Sat 19 Jan 2019 15.00 GMT

The Home Office has prompted outrage by blocking the appointment of the man tasked with leading investigations into the UK’s spy agencies.

Eric King had been appointed head of investigations at the new government watchdog charged with regulating the intelligence agencies until the Home Office intervened, apparently due to his “previous work and associations”.

King is the former head of a coalition of groups campaigning for reform in the wake of revelations by US whistleblower Edward Snowden which also exposed a massive state surveillance structure in the UK.

His lobbying work on mass surveillance is believed to have helped him secure the key role at the government’s new Investigatory Powers Commissioner’s Office (IPCO).

King would have become the first head of investigation at the IPCO, whose brief is to “provide independent oversight of the use of investigatory powers” by the government’s monitoring agency GCHQ, the security services MI5 and MI6, the National Crime Agency and all police forces as well as other government departments.

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Police Pre-Crime ‘Minority Report’ Systems Announced
18th January 2019 / United Kingdom

TruePublica Editor: Back in May 2017, I predicted that the police would be doing just that – predicting. I warned that Britain already has a reputation for deploying the most intrusive surveillance systems against its own people in the Western world. I warned that our civil liberties are being systematically dismantled, driven through the false narrative of security.

-UK police are investing millions in a new predictive pre-crime system, the National Data Analytics System
-The system will access police databases, social services, and even the NHS and schools
-Every citizen would risk being monitored, judged and having our lives intruded upon by the Police
-Largest British law enforcement system threatens civil liberties handing massive power to the state

I also warned that police departments around the world are partnering with private companies to use public data, personal information and algorithms to predict where illegal actions are most likely to occur and, crucially, who is most likely to commit them.

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New Integrity Initiative leak: Make Muslims love NATO, target anti-frackers, plan for nuclear war
Published time: 26 Jan, 2019 17:54 Edited time: 27 Jan, 2019 08:30

A new batch of leaked files from the covert influence network exposes how the Integrity Initiative recruits high-flying businessmen for intel ops, shows UK Muslims “why NATO matters” and prepares for nuclear conflict with Russia.

With the UK Foreign Office and NATO-backed organization still reeling from previous leaks whose authenticity it has not attempted to disprove, the fifth tranche of internal communications was uploaded to a public server this week under the name of hacktivist group Anonymous.

As before, it features the London-based group clandestinely meddling in various areas of civilian life for the benefit of its own undeclared objectives.
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