Monthly Archives: March 2020

On This Day — UN Security Council Nominates Dag Hammarskjöld for Secretary-General (March 31 1953) [2020]

“With strong feeling personal insufficiency I hesitate to accept candidature but I do not feel I could refuse to assume the task imposed on me should the [UN General] Assembly follow the recommendation of the Security Council by which I … Continue reading

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Remembering CIA Barbara A. Robbins (July 26, 1943 – March 30, 1965) [2020 : The Mysterious 1965 Star]

“I imagine you’re still wondering about Doug (Johnson). I still haven’t given him an answer and I may not between now and at the time he leaves. . . . The trouble is I’m not at all sure how I feel about … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy to Face Trial For Corruption [UPDATE : Trial Date set for October 5 2020]

“Sarkozy has to give back the money he accepted from Libya to finance his electoral campaign. We financed his campaign and we have the proof… The first thing we’re demanding is that this clown gives back the money to the … Continue reading

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CIA — The “fake scrotum” Radio Kit

“What I see when I look at the [CIA] rectal tool kit is a great example of problem solving. Technology is designed to fixed hard problem.” Dr. Vince Houghton — Historian and curator of the International Spy Museum “You just … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Greatest False Flag Attack of All Time (The Saint Nazaire Raid – March 28 1942) [False Flag Ops & International Humanitarian Law]

“It’s very painful… I see a lot of poverty. I see a lot of spiritual poverty. This is a nation that has been deceived and abused. And you can’t be a happy people when your reality is based on deception… … Continue reading

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On This Day — Former FBI Robert A. Levinson Vanishes in Iran (March 9 2007) [UPDATE : Message from FBI Director Christopher Wray- March 26, 2020]

“My husband served this country tirelessly for decades. He deserves better from all of us and from our government. He deserves our endless pursuit to bring him home, to fight day and night and leave no stone unturned.” Christine Levinson … Continue reading

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Biography — Boris Hagelin (July 2 1892 — September 7 1983) [Crypto AG] — Part II : Family

“The Story of the Hagelin Cryptos could never have been written if Russia after the revolution had become a democratic republic. The expected defeat of the Bolshevik minority and the return of a moderate government would have caused me to … Continue reading

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On This Day — Former FBI Robert A. Levinson Vanishes in Iran (March 9 2007) [UPDATE : Statement from the Levinson Family – March 25, 2020]

“My husband served this country tirelessly for decades. He deserves better from all of us and from our government. He deserves our endless pursuit to bring him home, to fight day and night and leave no stone unturned.” Christine Levinson … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — Diabolical Endgame — Part II : Chronicle of an Injustice Foretold

“The Devil’s cleverest wile is to make men believe that he does not exist.” Charles Baudelaire — “Le Joueur Généreux” (Le Figaro –1864) March 25 2020 — When it comes to the Lockerbie Affair, nothing is ever what it seems. … Continue reading

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40 Years Ago — Remembering Archbishop Oscar Romero (August 15, 1917 — Assassinated March 24, 1980)

“Let my blood be a seed of freedom and the sign that hope will soon be reality.” “Between the powerful and the wealthy, and the poor and vulnerable, who should a pastor side with? I have no doubts. A pastor … Continue reading

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