Today I started a " List of Operations " on WikiSpooks. I was surprised it or a dedicated article on "operations" didn't exist. (This is also another strong case for categories in wikis.)
Q: What ops have I forgotten?
Later today I aim to draft up an article on Operation Atlas Strike 21, the intentional destruction of Canada's BC road and rail infrastructure.
So far all I have is not much, yet, posted here.
Q: Got any leads?
WikiSpooks also really needs help updating their COVID and related scamdemic fast moving news, articles, documents, etc. For me, this is a project for another week/month.
OR We could all sign up and help draft articles and aggregate the strongest information!!!
If you don't want to register with WikiSpooks you can drop your articles on SaidIt and under your directions I can repost your work.
Perhaps we on SaidIt can bring raise a new research topic once or thrice a week, draft up an article, and do more than just bitch at each other.
Lastly, friend of SaidIt, /u/Robin (https://WikiSpooks.com/wiki/User:Robin), admin of the legendary WikiSpooks and Unwelcomed Guests, now in Bangladesh, along with myself and a few others in a earned-trust cooperative team from around the world, will be co-admins on https://Projex.Wiki (/s/Projex ) that will go public this winter. The Cassandra Team (/s/Cassy) is global, and I'm also amassing a local team of folks with real names who can be accountable and responsible for a while until others do likewise in other regions to be decentralized and self-reliant.
Not just for encyclopedias, wikis are powerful and well supported. On /s/Projex you can make any project you like, blogs, galleries, essays, manifestos, organizing events, developing productions, tutorials, resistance manuals, prepping guides, etc. We may share whatever we see fit and work on decentralizing away from the ruling class' corporatocracy and build up our resistance to survive and thrive with like-minded communities around the world.
Also, feel free to donate and support WikiSpooks and SaidIt (and eventually Projex.Wiki, /s/LeverMind, Volun.Tube, and TruthSeeker.Party).