An article on the 2002 assassination of Dutch prime-minister-to-be Pim Fortuyn has also been finished... finally. For obvious reasons the sustainable development section of ISGP's "liberal CIA" had to be finished first before the Fortuyn article could be continued.
As previously reported, some of the ISGP updates that might be worth checking out are to the "liberal CIA" oversight: The Roderick MacArthur Foundation (helped finance the first-ever documentary of Michael Moore), the Tor Project and the National Security Archive have been added. Info on Wikileaks and BlackLivesMatter has been updated.
~ Joel, October 11, 2016
ISGP's full and most up-to-date Superclass Index can be found below:
|GREEN:||Career in banking, corporations, in economic government posts, or science.|
|YELLOW:||Congress, senate, judiciary, lower level government position, or (vice) president.|
|RED||Military career, defense secretary, CIA, national security advisor or national security scholar/scientist.|
The above colors have been used to give an indication of each person's professional background. The reader can count all the think tanks, foundations, and other NGOs each person in this list is involved in by going through ISGP's NGO list.