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COVID-19 Lockdown in the United Kingdom: 1000s of Lives Lost
Drastic Research: DEFUSE PROJECT

Self-contained, one-stop repository of The DEFUSE PROJECT archive: @ drasticresearch.org as of 21-Sept-2021

  • In Major Shift, NIH Admits Funding Risky Virus Research in Wuhan (22-Oct-2021)
  • South Africa Demands Biden Vaccine Patent Waiver
    UK Education: New Top Grade of A** Could Be Introduced To Tackle Grade Inflation
  • The new top grade could be similar to the grade 9 at GCSE, but could also take the form of an A** (Aug-2021)
    • Another moronic slide into American marking schemes where 0 is 50
    • Everybody who's going through school is coming out dumber and dumber
    • Excuse in the US is profitable grift from education
    • Nobody in the UK who matters cares because none of their kids in the state run schools
    Vaccine Apartheid: USA Hoarding 500 Million Doses

    nations

    “Then there was the educated Texan from Texas who looked like someone in Technicolor and felt, patriotically, that people of means – decent folk – should be given more votes than drifters, whores, criminals, degenerates, atheists and indecent folk – people without means.”
    Joseph Heller

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    snake oil sellers

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    Avril Haines

    Avril Haines: US intelligence chief intervenes to block state secrets in Saudi Crown Prince's feud with former Saudi official @ MSN Article.


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    David Solomon

    D.J. who moonlights as a titan of Wall Street, David Solomon is a crossover media-finance bullshit artist. Under him, Goldman Sachs - the investment bank - has tried to shed its uptight image as a haven for besuited M.&A. bankers and chest-thumping traders. That effort now includes its own typeface. Meet Goldman Sans. The firm describes the font, which is free to download, as “approachable without being whimsical” and “neutral, with a wink.” It was created for Goldman Sachs by the British design firm Dalton Maag, with a mandate to create a typeface with just the right amount of personality for the 151-year-old bank.

    It follows other efforts by Goldman to come across as cool, including relaxing its dress code, pitching itself as a tech company and collaborating with Apple on a credit card. The reaction from experts is, shall we say, mixed. They are on record saying that it suffered from “lack of courage,” was “missing life” and was the typographical equivalent of “a casual Friday.”


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    Gary Gordon

    Retired stock analyst covering the housing, mortgage and consumer finance industries. US investment strategist and portfolio manager. Work career at PaineWebber and UBS, an adjunct professor at Mercy College in New York. Written articles about - for example - AMC where Gordon advocates sell the stock, exposing reasons why it's going to drop, telling the audience to get out while the going is good. Turns out he's got a lot of AMC stock and he's short on it!


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    Harry Reid
    Harry Mason Reid (2-Dec-1939) is a retired American lawyer and politician, Harry M Reid served as a United States Senator from Nevada from 1987 to 2017. He led the Senate Democratic Caucus from 2005 to 2017 and was the Senate Majority Leader from 2007 to 2015. Neoliberal legitimacy archetype.

    Harry Reid Wikipedia


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    Ken Dilanian - Neoliberal US "Security" Correspondent

    Neoliberal US Cathedral - Ken Dilanian - Intelligence and National Security Correspondent @ MUCKRACK PROFILE on the neoliberal shill index at muckrack.com website.


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    Mark R Levin
    Mark Reed Levin (born 21-Sept-1957) is an American right-wing lawyer, author, and radio personality. He is the host of syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Show, as well as Life, Liberty & Levin on Fox News. Levin worked in the administration of President Ronald Reagan and was a chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese.

    Mark Reed Wikipedia


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    Paul Ryan

    The former House speaker Paul Ryan is reportedly preparing to launch a special purpose acquisition company, The Wall Street Journal reports. The investment fund is aiming to raise $300 million in an I.P.O., with Mr. Ryan, who left Congress last year, as chairman. He’s not the only famous face joining the SPAC boom. Figures from financiers like Bill Ackman, Dan Loeb and Michael Klein to the famed baseball executive Billy Beane have launched versions of these “blank check” investment vehicles. They have been buoyed by strong equity markets and private companies’ desire to sidestep the traditionally laborious I.P.O. process by merging with these funds, assuming their stock listings.

    This SPAC is notable for its Republican ties. In addition to Mr. Ryan’s involvement, the fund’s sponsor is Solamere Capital, an investment firm run by a son of Senator Mitt Romney, who picked Mr. Ryan as his running mate in his 2012 presidential bid. But its financial adviser has strong Democratic leanings. Mr. Ryan’s SPAC is being underwritten by Evercore, whose founder and senior chairman is Roger Altman, who served in the Carter and Clinton administrations and is a major fund-raiser for Joe Biden.

    Evercore has been strengthening its SPAC expertise, hiring Neil Shah, a specialist in these funds, from Citi last year. The bank has also emphasized its capital-markets business of late: Executives told analysts last month that the firm was coming off its “strongest period ever in equity underwriting.”


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    Stanley A McChrystal

    Four star American Army general and entrenched neoliberal character actor, Stanley A McChrystal was a prime mover in the enrichment detail of the Military Industrial Complex during the Obama Presidency. As is the norm, his retirement from the military led to a series of appointments in business and heading up various fronts for deep state interests. Corporate boards, consulting, speaking fees: How U.S. generals thrived after Afghanistan is a useful article on Stanley McChrystal exemplifying how ex-generals sell their battlefield experience in other arenas, from corporations to Covid-19 response grifting.

     

    deep state

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    American-European-UK versus Russia and the Soviet East




    Government: Pro-NSA Surveillance State Reflections (10-Jun-2013)

    Government: Here is the Pro-NSA Surveillance Argument (10-Jun-2013) theblaze.com article, purged from their website but retained by the Wayback Archive.


    Intelligence Industrial Complex: Stratfor, RANE, NSA, FBI, Occupy, GCHQ, Tor, Whistleblowers, Global Surveillance


    NSA: The NSA Files Guardian Newspaper (1-Nov-2013)

    Guardian UK: The NSA Files index of pages and sub-sections on the Guardian newspaper website relating to Snowden revelations and NSA (US) / GCHQ (UK) signals intelligence. Released and collated around November 2013.


    Palantir: Is Palantir Powering the NSA's PRISM? (7-Jun-2013)

    NSA Scandal: Is Palantir Powering the NSA's PRISM? (7-Jun-2013) @ ibtimes.com International Business Times website. Whoever the fuck they are. IBT Media based in NYC, owns Newsweek through a sister company (same shareholders). Dodgy money-laundering and other typical loose money play.


    The Rise of the Biosecurity State (20-Sept-2021) by Whitney Webb

    The Rise of the Biosecurity State - with Whitney Webb on Rokfin (20-Sept-2021) @ ROKFIN VIDEO on Whitney Webb's Rokfin channel.



    Wikileaks: The Spy Files (1-Dec-2011, 8-Dec-2011, 4-Sept-2013, 15-Sept-2014)
     

    fiat justitia

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    Aaron Maté

    Canadian journalist and reporter for The Grayzone. He is a former Democracy Now! producer and contributor to The Nation and Real Clear Politics. He hosts the show Pushback with Aaron Mate on The Grayzone with regular videos on YouTube.

    Abdulelah Haider Shaye
    Prominent Yemeni investigative journalist, Abdulelah Haider Shaye - or Abd al-Ilah Haydar Al-Sha’i (born c. 1977) - was imprisoned and tortured throughout 2011-2013 by Yemeni government after he'd reported on US cruise missile strikes on Yemeni civilians in 2009 and subsequently interviewed Al-Qaeda, exposing complex relationships involving American power in the Middle East . President Obama backed the Yemeni government action.
    Bret Weinstein

    Evolutionary biologist, victim of "woke" cancellation and host of the sceptical anti-institution Dark Horse podcast with his wife and fellow biologist Heather Heying.

    Briahna Joy Gray

    Former press coordinator for Bernie Sanders, practical results-oriented honest social activist and host of Bad Faith podcast on YouTube, Patreon and other podcast platforms.

    David Sirota (2-Nov-1975)

    American journalist, columnist at The Guardian, editor for Jacobin, and writer. He is also a political commentator and runs The Daily Poster anti-establishment "follow the money" corruption exposer media website. He is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, political spokesperson, and blogger. He worked as the senior advisor and speechwriter on the Bernie Sanders 2020 presidential campaign.

    Emily Davison

    Emily Wilding Davison (11-Oct-1872 to 8-Jun-1913) was an English suffragette who fought for votes for women in Britain in the early twentieth century. A member of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) and a militant fighter for her cause, she was arrested on nine occasions, went on hunger strike seven times and was force-fed on forty-nine occasions. Davison joined the women's rights movement and soon became known in the organisation for her daring militant action; her tactics included breaking windows, throwing stones, setting fire to postboxes, planting bombs and, on three occasions, hiding overnight in the Palace of Westminster—including on the night of the 1911 census. Davison was a staunch feminist and passionate Christian, and considered that socialism was a moral and political force for good. Emily Davison died after being hit by King George V's horse Anmer at the 1913 Derby when she walked onto the track during the race.

    Emmeline Pankhurst

    Emmeline Pankhurst (15-Jul-1858 to 14-Jun-1928) was an English suffragette, proto-feminist and political activist. She is best remembered for organising the British suffragette movement and helping women win the right to vote. She was widely criticised at the time - as is always the case when establishment power is under threat - for her militant tactics, but her work is recognised as a crucial element in achieving women's suffrage in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.

    George Monbiot (27-Jan-1963)

    British writer known for his environmental and political activism. Contributor to The Guardian on left-environmentalism issues, speaking truth to power, opposing the corporatocracy. See monbiot.com for George Monbiot's personal website with article repository.

    Heather Heying

    Evolutionary biologist, victim of "woke" cancellation and host of the sceptical anti-institution Dark Horse podcast with her husband and fellow biologist Bret Weinstein.

    Jeremy Corbyn

    Jeremy Bernard Corbyn (born 26 May 1949) is an English politician who served as Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition from 2015 to 2020. He has been Member of Parliament (MP) since 1983. He is on the left-wing of the Labour Party and identifies as a democratic socialist. His activism has included roles in Anti-Fascist Action, the Anti-Apartheid Movement, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, and advocating for a united Ireland and Palestinian statehood. As a backbench MP, he frequently voted against the Labour whip on matters of war and conscience, including New Labour governments under Tony Blair. A vocal opponent of the Iraq War, he chaired the Stop the War Coalition from 2011 to 2015. Corbyn received the Gandhi International Peace Award in 2013 and the Seán MacBride Peace Prize in 2017. Media coverage of Corbyn has often been hostile and misrepresented his views, standard protocol character assassination strategy for an identified threat to the neoliberal plutocratic hegemony. In particular Corbyn has been labelled anti-semitic by corporate media despite a history of condemning and grassroots work against antisemitism.

    Jimmy Dore (26-Jul-1965)

    American stand-up comedian and political commentator. He is the host of The Jimmy Dore Show, an uncompromising socialist-left anti-corruption political comedy talk show on YouTube where he interviews guests of a political, economic, or scientific nature.

    John Campbell

    PhD nurse-lecturer and YouTube content producer throughout pandemic, daily examination of latest data and studies. Popular YouTube channel Dr John Campbell with over 1.2 million subscribers.

    John Kiriakou (9-Aug-1964)
    American author, journalist and formerly an analyst and case officer for the CIA, senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, counterterrorism. He was a whistleblower in December 2007, revealing US government waterboarding and other torture to interrogate al-Qaeda prisoners. Kiriakou was charged and plead guilty in 2012, sentenced to 30 months at low-security federal correctional facility in Pennsylvannia. Released in 2015.
    Jonathan Cook

    English journalist and writer with regular Substack Column and personal website covering various books and other content. Writes on Popular Resistance and Project Censored especially on civil liberties.

    Jonathan Man

    文浩正律師 is a Hong-Kong lawyer at Hot Se Wai law firm. Jonathan was admitted to practice as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 2004. He joined HTW in 2005. He was one of the lawyers defending Edward Snowden during his time in Hong Kong after fleeing the United States with documents exposing the NSA global surveillance programs.

    Kareem Dennis (Lowkey)

    Kareem Dennis (born 23 May 1986), better known by his stage name Lowkey, is a British rapper and activist from London of Iraqi descent. Lowkey is a vocal opponent of Zionism and is a patron of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. He characterises Zionism as colonialism and ethnic cleansing. Lowkey has been a prominent member of the Stop the War Coalition and has spoken against the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Furthermore, he has been a sharp critic of United States and British foreign policy, claiming that the two countries are only interested in supporting leaders who are under their influence or are willing to assist them. He also claims American media overlooks those within the country who do not believe in American military supremacy.

    Ken Klippenstein (1-Feb-1988)

    American journalist working in Washington, DC at The Intercept. Prior to joining The Intercept, Klippenstein was the DC Correspondent at The Nation and previously a senior investigative reporter for the online corporate-news program The Young Turks.

    Krystal Ball (24-Nov-1981)

    American political commentator and former political candidate. Started as a television host at MSNBC and regular contributor to the Huffington Post. Former co-host of The Hill's Rising along with Saagar Enjeti, the pair went independent in 2021 after corporate censorship increased at The Hill with Breaking Points one of the top rated independent platform news shows.

    Kyle Kulinski (31-Jan-1988)

    American political commentator and media host. Kulinski is the host and producer of The Kyle Kulinski Show on his YouTube channel Secular Talk and is a co-host with Krystal Ball on the progressive podcast Krystal Kyle & Friends on Substack.

    Malcolm X (19-May-1925 to 21-Feb-1965)

    Malcolm Little - later Malcolm X - was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist who was a popular figure during the civil rights movement. A spokesman for the Nation of Islam until 1964, he was a vocal advocate for black empowerment and the promotion of Islam within the black community.

    • "That's not a chip on my shoulder, it's your boot on my neck."
    • "Capital B, Capital Punishment, Capital-ism."

    Martin Garbus (8-Aug-1934-)

    American attorney, one of the leading individual rights lawyers in the country. Garbus has argued cases throughout the country involving constitutional, criminal, copyright, and intellectual property law at every level including the US Supreme Court. His briefs have resulted in changes to US law nationwide, including one described by Justice William J. Brennan as "probably the most important due process case in the Twentieth Century".

    Max Blumenthal

    American journalist, author, blogger, and filmmaker. He is a regular contributor to Sputnik and RT. Editor in chief of The Grayzone anti-establishment abuse of power zine.

    Pascal Robert

    Black militant socialist and all around good fellow. Regular contributor to Black Agenda Report. See also "The Great Awokening" on YouTube.

    Tony Benn

    Anthony Neil Wedgwood Benn (3-Apr-1925 to 14-Mar-2014) was a British politician, writer and diarist who served as a Labour Party Cabinet minister in the 1960s and 1970s. When the Labour Party was in opposition through the 1980s, he emerged as a prominent figure on the left wing of the party and unsuccessfully challenged Neil Kinnock for the Labour leadership in 1988. After leaving Parliament at the 2001 general election, Benn was President of the Stop the War Coalition until his death in 2014. Benn was widely seen as a key proponent of democratic socialism and Christian socialism. The terms Bennism and Bennite came into usage to describe the left-wing politics he espoused from the late 1970s and its adherents. He was a major influence on the politics of Jeremy Corbyn, who was elected Leader of the Labour Party a year after Benn's death.

    Thomas Tamm (1952)

    Attorney with the Justice Department’s Office of Intelligence Policy and Review who served as a source for much of the warrantless wiretapping reporting of the mid-2000s. See Thomas Tamm Wikipedia entry.

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