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Brief presentation of Webster Griffin Tarpley
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Webster Griffin Tarpley is an author, journalist, lecturer, and critic of US foreign and domestic policy. Tarpley maintains that the September 11 attacks were engineered by a rogue network of the military industrial complex and intelligence agencies. His writings and speeches describe a model of false flag terror operations by a rogue network in the military/intelligence sector working with moles in the private sector and in corporate media, and locates such contemporary false flag operations in a historical context stretching back in the English speaking world to at least the “gunpowder plot” in England in 1605. He also maintains that “The notion of anthropogenic global warming is a fraud.”
Tarpley was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts in 1946. He received a BA degree summa cum laude in English and Italian from Princeton University in 1966. While a student at this university he became a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He furthermore was a Fulbright Scholar at University of Turin in Italy. Tarpley also obtained a MA degree in humanities from Skidmore College.
As a journalist living in Europe in the 1980s, Tarpley wrote a study commissioned by a committee of the Italian Parliament on the assassination of Prime Minister Aldo Moro. The study claimed that the assassination was a false flag operation orchestrated by the masonic lodge Propaganda Due with the cooperation of senior members of Italian government secret services but blamed on the Red Brigades.
He was a frequent host of “The LaRouche Connection” which its producer LaRouche’s Executive Intelligence Review News Service describes as “a news and information cable television program.” (Read more)
*Photo reference: Webster Tarpley, author, journalist, lecturer, and critic of US foreign and domestic policy, attending the Axis for Peace conference round table, 2005
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