Freddy Gray of The Spectator interviews a source who worked for SCL (Cambridge Analytica’s UK mother company) up to 2010. The whistle-blower speaks of working both for Alexander Nix of SCL and Christian Kaelin of Henley & Partners who coordinated funding and electoral works for political leaders in the Caribbean who would then engage Henley & Partners to run their passport selling schemes.
The source left SCL before either them or Henley & Partners are believed to have started engaging with the Labour Party in Malta.
However his testimony paints a very detailed and interesting picture of the methods used by SCL and Henley & Partners working together to secure political influence that would bring about citizenship sales schemes.
The podcast lasts about 45 minutes. Make the time to listen to it.