Posts Tagged ‘ Iraq ’

CIA Asset Dr. Richard Fuisz, Terex and Lockerbie

September 1, 2018
CIA Asset Dr. Richard Fuisz, Terex and Lockerbie

Checking out “Intel Today”, one of my favorite websites for tips to follow, I found an update on a man I spoke with in the ’90’s – Dr, Richard Fuisz. I’ll follow up with that update from Intel Today, but first a short piece I wrote in 2009 about my encounter with Fuisz in 1994: […]

Tags: , , , , ,
Posted in Tell the truth and run ! | No Comments »

Contact

covertbookreport1@gmail.com

RSS Northwest Research & Covert Book Report

  • Review: Ukraine In The Crossfire
    I was very pleased to get a copy of “Ukraine In The Crossfire”, by Chris Kaspar De Ploeg. This book catalogs the rise of the nationalist far-right Nazis in Ukraine, as well as their well known WW 2 history. This book is an important reference for the set-up of Ukraine as a U.S./NATO pawn, who […]
  • Review: “States Of Emergency”
    There is some surprisingly good analysis appearing that goes a long way to explaining just how we ended up in this global meltdown, and from several sources I am reading, it appears to be on purpose. One such resource is the new book “States Of Emergency” by a Dutch professor named Kees Van Der Pijl. […]
  • The Civil War In The United States – By Marx & Engels
    I should start by saying that this is the first I have read of Marx, and honestly I haven’t studied deep into the American Civil War, so this book was very interesting to me. The book consists of written exchanges between Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, with a few others. It also includes passages from […]
  • Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner
    Pictured above is a smiling young Michael Rockefeller, son of the powerful Senator, Vice President and all-around rich dude Nelson Rockefeller. This is said to be one of the last photo’s of Michael before he fell victim to a revenge killing by cannibals in southwest New Guinea. He looks so happy. This article is the […]
  • Monkey Business Part 2: Bigfoot Book, Magazine, And Newsletter
    Sometimes expectations are somewhat above performance. I feel a little of that in the book “In The Valleys of the Noble Beyond”, by John Zada. Don’t get me wrong, I was pretty entertained by Zada’s navigating the isolated native communities of the British Columbia coast. Zada, (self-described from big-city Toronto) is a good writer, and […]