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JOSEPH MIFSUD Where are you?

The man with all of the answers

                    STORYLINE IN SEQUENCE

In July 2016, Stephan Halper met with Trump Campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page at a symposium held in Cambridge, England. Halper is a close associate of Sir Richard Dearlove, former head of MI6.

Carter Page had previously flown to Moscow, and that is where, according to the infamous 'dossier' written by Christopher Steele, he allegedly met with two Kremlin officials.

Two months later on September 2, 2016, before the 2016 election, George Papadopoulos received a personal email from Stefan Halper who offered him $3,000 to write a policy paper on issues related to Turkey, Cyprus, Israel and the Leviathan natural gas field. Halper also offered to pay for Papadopoulos’s flight and a three-night stay in London. Papadopoulos accepted the proposal.

He flew to London where he met Halper, Professor Joseph Mifsud , and Carter Page. Papadopoulos then electronically delivered the academic paper on October 2, 2016, and received payment. Joseph Mifsud, told Papadopoulos that in April 2016 he (Mifsud) had learned the Russians had possession of “thousands” of Clinton-related emails.

Papadopoulos and Halper met several times during the London trip, including the Connaught Hotel on September 13, 2016 and the Travellers Club two days later.

While in London, Papadopoulos was also introduced to Alexander Downer, Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom. They met at a wine bar in Kensington Gardens, and that is where Papadopoulos told Downer about Mifsud's comments about the Clinton emails.

That is the conversation that was in turn reported to the FBI who on July 31, 2016, had opened a counterintelligence investigation


It all begins with


at the University of Stirling

Professor Joseph Mifsud is the person who set the investigation into President Donald Trump in motion. His base was Stirling in Scotland, but his venue was London in England. The following is based upon information gathered by STV News:

When a University of Stirling spokesman was questioned about their employment of Maltese Professor Joseph Mifsud, STV News was told that "Professor Joseph Mifsud has been a full-time professorial teaching fellow (PTF) in the university's politics department since May 2017." Hs relationship with the Scottish university stretches back to at least 2014,  because that is when the University of Stirling became affiliated with the London Academy of Diplomacy (LAD), of which Prof Mifsud was its director. That is the institution which began in Rome where it was bought, along with the services of Joseph Mifsud, by German lawyer Stephan Roh. Both Stephan Roh and his wife who owns a London boutique where Teresa May shops, have now bought both a ruined Scottish castle, and the Scottish titles of nobility that came with it. It was Stirling University that provided accreditation to master's degree courses taught at Stephan Roh's LAD.

STV News discovered that In September 2014, a 'lavish' three-day reception was arranged at the Stirling University campus for Professor Mifsud and his LAD staff. Visitors were put up at Stirling Court Hotel on campus during the trip, where they were treated to a drinks reception and a gala dinner party with University Principal Gerry McCormac, as well as being given a tour of a nearby whisky distillery.

STV News understands that on another visit to Stirling campus in 2016, Professor Mifsud was greeted at the airport by the University Principal's personal chauffeur. Andrew Glencross, who taught international politics at the University of Stirling between 2013 and 2016, said he was "astonished" at the "red carpet treatment" Professor Mifsud received from the university.

Glencross told STV News: "When it comes to September 2014, I would say then that I was surprised, and in retrospect now, astonished, by how lavish the reception for this previously unheard-of institution was. The red carpet treatment received was unprecedented compared with anything else I saw during my three years at Stirling."


Mr Glencross added: "Joseph Mifsud announced himself by virtue of his address book, but he was never formally backed by research, publications or any of the normal ways an academic presents himself."

When questioned about their employment of Professor Mifsud, a spokesman for the University said: "In September 2014 the University of Stirling took over, from the University of East Anglia, the validation of two courses delivered by the London Academy of Diplomacy, in London, of which Professor Mifsud was director. This arrangement ceased in September 2016 when the London Academy of Diplomacy withdrew these courses. …. Professor Mifsud has been employed on a full-time basis by the University since May 2017. His portfolio encompasses international affairs and diplomacy reflecting his academic and professional background in this field."

All of this links to the former head of MI6 whose handprint is all over this story. On other pages you will learn more about Mifsud; Roh, and other characters who began a story that left London to erupt into a firestorm in Washington DC which was in turn fed by redacted news stories in the USA.

Meanwhile, a number of links to the University of Stirling have vanished, and a big wall of silence has been constructed around it. At least, that has been the experience of Ben Bradshaw, MP, whenever he has raised questions about Mifsud and the University.