Spitfire List Web site and blog of anti-fascist researcher and radio personality Dave Emory.
The tag 'Philby' is associated with 6 posts.

FTR #618 Veteran’s Day Interview with John Loftus

Recorded November 11, 2007 MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 REALAUDIO In 2007, Mr. Emory observed Veterans’ Day by visiting with John Loftus, a former military officer who has heroically uncovered and exposed the machinations of international fascism, bringing the forces of both law and journalism to bear on the malefactors. In addition to helping […]


FTR #498 & 499: 9/11 Update (The SICO File) & The SICO Spring of 2001

SICO, the European-based holding company for many of the Bin Laden family’s assets.


FTR #473 John Loftus on the Arab-Nazi Network

Recorded August 22, 2004 REALAUDIO NB: This stream contains both FTR #s 473 and 474 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast. Highlighting and clarifying the subject of the Islamofascist Muslim Brotherhood, this program presents the transcript of a talk by the heroic John Loftus, whose work has graced these pages extensively over the […]


FTR #292 Power Corrupts

Manufactured energy crises in California and the U.S., and the political and monetary gain of Bush family associates.


FTR #216 Trouble on Oiled Waters, Part III

Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 This program further develops the subject of the clandestine power politics of the petroleum industry, beginning with discussion of Otto Von Bolschwing, a key SS intelligence officer and (for a time) Adolf Eichmann’s superior in the administration of Hitler’s policy toward the Jews. Von Bolschwing became a key […]


FTR #182 Bloody Deeds and Possible Covert Action in the Former Soviet Union and Eurasia

Listen: One segment In late 1999, parts of the former Soviet Union were beset with violence and bloodshed. Groups implicated in the violence have a history of involvement with international fascism. The program begins with discussion of the assassination of the Prime Minister and Parliamentary Speaker of Armenia. Coming shortly after U.S. State Department officials […]