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JOSEPH MIFSUD Where are you?

The man with all of the answers


MI6 battling Donald Trump over release

of classified Russia probe documents


"Destroy Donald Trump"

Point of Confluence:

University of Stirling

with its campus located at Stirling in Scotland.

Scotland partnered with England to create the Kingdom of Great Britain (1707),

which became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1801),

and then the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1923)*,

which led to the 2018 status crisis over Northern Ireland involving:


and calls for no return to hard border in Ireland

(See the reference to former U.S. Senator George Mitchell, below concerning the 'Good Friday' Agreement, *and for a quick recital of UK Origins, see the Menu at left which traces the UK back to its bogus 'spiritual/temporal' foundation in Rome.)



June 28, 2018.

Professor Gerry McCormac, £262,000 Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Stirling, (shown left), said: “It is with much sadness that we bid farewell to our Chancellor. Now more than ever, we need sage voices like Jim’s to help us navigate through these uncertain times. Even when he is no longer our Chancellor, I know that Jim will continue to be a great friend to Stirling, and our entire University community."


June 28, 2018.

Chancellor Alexander James 'Jim' Naughtie of BBC news commentary fame (shown right), said: “It has been an honour to serve as Chancellor of the University of Stirling for a decade, and an exhilarating one. I have been able to be part of a university filled with clever and compassionate staff, devoted to the best principles of education, and students whose vigour and imagination is a constant inspiration."

Naughtie received an honorary doctorate from the University of Stirling in 2001, and was installed as its Chancellor on October 9, 2008.

Jim Naughtie was born in Scotland and attended both the University of Aberdeen and Syracuse University in New York. He is a Fellow of the British-American Project. In 1986 he began hosting programs on BBC Television and Radio. In 1994 he became one of the main presenters on the BBC Radio 4 'Today' program where he was accused  by Lord Tebbit in 2005 of revealing his bias towards the Labour Party while interviewing Ed Balls and revealing an identification with his political views. But worse follows, in his speech which can be accessed on the link below, James Naughtie lied repeatedly and distorted information repeatedly, while claiming to be an honest reporter. He is not. He is a mouthpiece for propaganda and his megaphone is on BBC airwaves. In his lecture he condescendingly dismisses as unworthy all those who disagree with his viewpoint. This is the same man who was Chancellor of Stirling University … where the war against Donald Trump began with their stooge named Joseph Mifsud - who has now "disappeared". He may have been murdered!

Now read about Naughtie's anti-Trump speech:


"James Naughtie delivers Cudlipp Lecture on the 'culture war' Donald Trump has unleashed on the free press"

alt"Radio Four presenter James Naughtie delivered a powerful call to arms in the 'culture war' that Donald Trump has unleashed on the free press.

The former Today programme presenter, now BBC Special Correspondent, drew on the wealth of contacts he has made while covering Trump’s presidency and the Presidential Election to illustrate how the attacks on the freedom of the press are being orchestrated.

His speech, delivered at the Museum of London last night, tackled the issues facing journalists who confront a president who accuses them of peddling 'fake news' in a talk entitled 'A World Turned Upside Down'. In the hour-long lecture Naughtie, who cut his teeth on The Scotsman before moving to The Guardian and Radio Four, said that despite acknowledged challenges "there has never been a better time to be a journalist".

McCormac is a highly paid team player:

altFebruary 17, 2016 - The salary of Gerry McCormac jumped five per cent – from £249,000 to £262,000 – between financial years 2013-14 and 2014-15. The pay of the principal and vice-chancellor of the University of Stirling is now over £100,000 more than each of the salaries of Prime Minister David Cameron, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel. And it is only £14,000 less that the £276,522 pay of US President Barack Obama. Professor McCormac, a 57-year-old physicist from Belfast, took over the top job at the University of Stirling in 2010. See: .

altBelfast and

Northern Ireland:

This is where the dots connect McCormac to the mysterious Joseph Mifsud and to Brexit, via the intervention of the Democratic Party of the USA in the 1988 'Good Friday' Agreement.

This is what Democratic Party U.S. Senate Leader (1989-1995) George Mitchell who became United States Special Envoy for Northern Ireland (1995-2001) and then Chancellor of the Queen's University, Belfast (1999-2009) had to say about Brexit on March 14, 2018:

altSenator Mitchell calls for no return to hard border in Ireland after Brexit

Former U.S. Democratic Party Senator George Mitchell said: "We must encourage a Brexit outcome that does not re-establish a hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland. …. The governments of the US and the UK must avoid any economic decisions that cost jobs or create hardship in Northern Ireland.”

The senator made the comments at an event at the Library of Congress in Washington DC on Tuesday night to mark the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement. Mr Mitchell was instrumental in brokering the accord. He added: “As they today reflect on their responsibilities I hope that the current leaders of Northern Ireland, of Ireland, of the United Kingdom and of the European Union look back 20 years to what their predecessors were able to do.” The senator said President Clinton was the first American president to make peace in Northern Ireland a central objective of his administration.

Belfast, McCormac & 'Climate Change'

altBetween 1990 and 2001, Gerry McCormac was Director of the High-Precision Carbon Dating Facility at Queen's University Belfast and Senior Lecturer in Environmental Monitoring. During this period, he founded the Centre for the Climate, Environment and Chronology (Chrono Centre) in Belfast.

altClaire Smith & Joseph Mifsud

(See Mifsud & Clair Smith on Menu (left)

Joseph Mifsud had a close working relationship with Claire Smith of the UK Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC). For eight years she was a member of the UK Cabinet Office Appeals Board from May 2009 until April 2017 where she served on the (JIC), a supervisory body overseeing all UK intelligence agencies and sets the collection and analysis priorities for all of the agencies it supervises. JIC is part of the Cabinet Office, and it reports directly to Prime Minister Theresa May.

altJoseph Mifsud was photographed standing next to Claire Smith at Mifsud’s LINK campus in Rome. Claire Smith had been attending a: “…Training program on International Security which was organised by Link Campus University and London Academy of Diplomacy (LAD), where Mifsud served as Director during October, 2012. His LinkedIn profile lists the University of Stirling as a place of occupation in connection with his service as Director of LAD.

Claire Smith was also a visiting professor at Stirling University between the years 2013-2014 where she hosted a seminar titled “Making Sense of Intelligence”.