Dr. Moti Nissani
August 2022

From the Preface:

[The USA] has had authentic, servant leaders on the national level and many of them were targeted for assassination by the State…. those of us who try and inject love, vision, compassion and common sense into the political discourse are quickly discredited, chewed up, and expectorated. — Cynthia McKinney

The Encyclopedia of Domestic Assassinations provides irrefutable statistical, historical, empirical, and predictive evidence that the American and British governments routinely smear, harass, bribe, blackmail, incarcerate, or murder their influential opponents. Always and everywhere, humanity’s champions get neutralized long before they can accomplish anything. This encyclopedia argues that any reform strategy that fails to explicitly address this reality is doomed to fail. It provides a partial explanation for the utter failure of humanitarian reform movements in the Anglosphere and elsewhere in the world. It shows that it is impossible to understand international relations without taking into account the ever-present menace of blackmail, smears, clandestine removals, and assassinations of influential foreigners. It celebrates the short wonderful lives — often heroic and idealistic — of some 50+ victims of the US/UK. Finally, it confronts readers with (assassinated) Bob Marley’s question: “How long shall they kill our prophets while we stand aside and look?”

What this Encyclopedia Can and Cannot Prove

In almost all cases, the factual evidence for sidelining, silent treatment, blackmail, bribes, harassment, character assassinations, surveillance, and incarceration of influential dissidents is part of the official record and is not under dispute.

When it comes to murders, the situation is hazier. This compilation cannot prove involvement of the Invisible Governmentand its agents in any given case: Any such case often requires a book-length investigation, and even then doubts remain.

Looking at each victim in isolation, one might conclude: “Having reviewed the evidence, I’d guess that there is a particular probability that the government murdered this particular individual.” For instance, in the list below, there is probably only a 20% chance that the government murdered musician Bobby Darin (who had a weak heart even as a child), a 98% chance for Martin Luther King Jr. (after listening to 70 witnesses, a jury concluded that the government had a hand in his assassination), and a 99.9% chance for Fred Hampton (who was admittedly drugged and then murdered by the government in an unprovoked raid).

However, besides presenting the most comprehensive coverage of assassinated individuals available anywhere, this encyclopedia presents, for the first time, statistical proofs that the UK/US governments routinely murder their influential opponents. Thus, while this encyclopedia can only provide rough probability estimates in any given case, it does prove the existence of an observable pattern: If you are influential and meaningfully defy the Invisible Government, its mercenaries and media lapdogs might bribe, blackmail, or menace you. If you persist, they might smear, harass, and at times, lock you up in their vast Gulag. If you still persist, chances are that they will kill you.

The inference is straightforward. If you take random samples of 100 smokers of agrochemical tobacco and 100 nonsmokers, and if you see that the lifespan of smokers is significantly shorter, you can conclude that smoking kills. In the same way, in the case of the ultimate sanction, if you take 100 influential challengers of the Invisible Government and 100 lackeys or bystanders, and if you see an even greater longevity gap between them, you can conclude that that dissidence kills (see Chapter 1).

In fact, it is hard to locate influential challengers to the Invisible Government who made it to old age. And, of the few who did, some were reduced to penury, were smeared, or spent time in prison. In the US and UK, at this moment, after a century and a half of assassinations, I could only come up with seven such possible survivors (see Chapter 1).

To put it somewhat differently, this encyclopedia does not claim with 100% certainty that any individual listed herein was assassinated by the government. Nor does it claim that every case of calumny, hounding, or imprisonment is unjustified. What it does claim, with 100% certainty, is that at least 80% of the cases listed in Chapters 1-8 are traceable to the malignity of the American and British governments.

The upshot of all this is simple: Whenever influential challengers of the Invisible Government die, the prime suspects are these two governments. Whenever these challengers are harassed, fired, bribed, blackmailed, imprisoned, or smeared, the probable reason is not the officially-stated one, but the threat they posed to the powers that be.

Scholarly Standards

By the nature of the case, this encyclopedia cannot meet standards of accuracy that prevail in the natural sciences. One cites books and Internet sources, hoping that they exercised due diligence, but one cannot spend months on researching individual entries. Nonetheless, even in the extremely unlikely event that only 50% of the information presented in this first edition is accurate (almost certainly over 95% is), that 50% fully accomplishes the goals of this encyclopedia.

No Ulterior Motives

I have nothing to gain from writing this book. It cost me a great deal of time and money, which I shall never recover. It will receive the silent treatment and never appear in the online collections of libraries anywhere in the world — regardless of its quality and my academic credentials. Hence, it will never reach its intended audience. In the inconceivable event that this encyclopedia breaks through the wall of censorship, it will complicate and imperil my life. No one helped or encouraged me to write it. No one sponsored it. I would have much rather spent years of my life carrying out scientific experiments, hiking, or writing about less heartbreaking subjects. As far as I’m aware, my only reasons for writing this book are compassion for the victims, outrage at the perpetrators and the vicious system that makes their unspeakable crimes possible, and a quixotic compulsion to struggle for a better world.

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