This reports examines the 2002 Bali bombings in Indonesia, focusing on the roles played by Indonesian and western intelligence agencies.
This report will look at the 2006 London liquid bomb plot, which was “foiled” by the UK government, and will focus on the roles played by intelligence agencies and analyzing the plausibility of the plot.
This report examines the role played by British intelligence and the British Army in collusion with the IRA and other paramilitary terrorist organizations; supplying weapons and explosives, allowing bombings to go forward and even committing murder in the name of “fighting terror.”
The purpose of this report is to examine the truth behind the October 2001 NATO invasion of Afghanistan, specifically relating to the politics of oil pipelines, the US' relationship with the Taliban, and war preparations taken against Afghanistan prior to 9/11.
This report examines the motives for the recent outbreak of war in Georgia with Russia and the roles played by western powers, specifically the United States.
This report examines the March 11, 2004, Madrid Bombings and the possible involvement of criminal elements of the Spanish government.
This report examines the roles played by Western International Financial Institutions (IFIs), intelligence agencies, militaries and strategic interests in the break up of the Yugoslav Republic.
Through NATO, working with various Western European intelligence agencies, the CIA set up a network of stay behind “secret armies” which were responsible for dozens of terrorist atrocities across Western Europe over decades.
On July 7, 2005, the date commonly known as 7/7, three tube trains in the London underground and one double-decker bus experienced near-simultaneous explosions.
This report is about American and British involvement in the Afghan drug trade in opium, focusing on the history of such involvement, and the nature of the drug trade since the 2001 occupation of Afghanistan. Today, Afghanistan supplies more than 90 per cent of the world's illicit opium, from which heroin is made. So who’s profiting from the trade?