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Old 22-03-2013, 12:39 AM   #58741
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Just to offer a little hope to the very many of us who feel down occasionally.

This week, since my outburst in Sainsbury's on Red Face day, I have been talking to complete strangers about what is going on. Each of them has taken the lead in mentioning conspiracy theories, paedophilia, corruption etc etc. I just started out by being friendly - weather, gosh what a long queue etc. Conversations have ranged far beyond the few seconds, maybe minutes you would expect.

We are SO not alone, people know about this stuff, far more than I had thought possible. Others are having huge issues getting stories into MSM. The cover up is huge but now it is visible to MANY, MANY people. People are talking in the streets, on buses, in the pubs, down the supermarket about all of this.

Keep it up everyone. The bubble has to burst soon. Everybody knows, as Chuggy said!!
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A compilation of community and sporting events in Carnwath, including the annual Gala Day, a Sunday School outing, a visit from Jimmy Saville and a young mothers' football match.

[Please note the viewing copy may display some visible defects such as flicker.]



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Jimmy pictured along side Celtic Chairman Kevin Kelly.


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Hindley and Brady frequented the Plaza when Savile was the manager


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Hindley and Brady frequented the Plaza when Savile was the manager


http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=s...ckpool&f=false
Bomshell alert.....thats just taken a nasty turn.Imagine the implications there.
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Hindley and Brady frequented the Plaza when Savile was the manager


http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=s...ckpool&f=false
http://thesumpplug.blogspot.com/2012...y-and-all.html



INT. BELLE VUE – NEW ELIZABETHAN BALLROOM – CARNIVAL NIGHT - 1963

According to extracts from Myra Hindley’s diary quoted in Emlyn Williams’s Beyond Belief, she and Ian Brady were indeed regular punters at the New Elizabethan Ballroom at the now-demolished Belle Vue pleasure grounds, in Manchester’s Gorton district.

She daydreamed about the two of them being billed as featured dancers there one day, and we know that they attended at least one of the many "Carnival Nights" hosted by the venue's resident DJ at the time, Jimmy Savile. Myra Hindley was a Gorton girl, living at her grandmother's house on Bannock Street. Savile’s big red fuck-off Rolls Royce was a local landmark, regularly parked on ostentatious display right outside the entrance.

Savile sequenced two "smooch times" in his DJ sessions (still called "record dances" in those pre-disco days): one before and one after the live group that he reluctantly put on as a sap to the Musicians' Union. The second smooch time would segue into an hour of rock 'n' roll, followed by a Ray Conniff-driven proto-chillout to end the evening and clear the room with as few altercations as possible.

On Boxing Day, 1964, Brady and Hindley made an audio recording as they bound, gagged and photographed Lesley Ann Downey before they killed her. The tape ends with a snippet of the song "The Little Drummer Boy". It was the version by Ray Conniff.

Flash-forward fifteen years. Janie Jones, the tabloids' favourite sex-party hostess with the mostest, answers a summons to appear before Jimmy Savile soon after her release from prison. His grounds for demanding the encounter? To read her the riot act for having the temerity to campaign for Myra Hindley's release. Not for the reason why most people would have objected to the idea of freeing Hindley — you know, her having helped kidnap, torture, rape and murder other people's children and bury them on Saddleworth Moor, all that stuff — but because, as Janie Jones explained, "he said it was disgraceful that I was siding with Hindley against Brady." Ian Brady was Jimmy Savile's pal.

All this is almost certainly a coincidence of little or no consequence, of course. Just because Jimmy Savile seems to have gone out of his way to break bread with two of the most notorious serial killers in British history doesn't necessarily mean he dug where they were coming from.

Some of the coincidences are weapons-grade credibility testers, like Brady and Hindley falling in love to the strains of the latest Stateside pops blasting out from Jimmy Savile's "Power Sound Disc Deck" (oh, yes); or like Shirley "Big Daddy" Crabtree joining a crew of Hungarian émigrés to fine-tune his forearm-smash skills on the door at Savile's first string of dancehalls. Some of the coincidences are macabre, like those Ray Conniff fadeouts. But most are just messy and confusing, like Savile leaving home on Belle Vue Road in Leeds to work at Belle Vue in Manchester; or like the surname of the 15-year-old suicide being the same as that of a certain litigiously non-licentious peer; or like Peter Sutcliffe committing one of his murders just opposite Jimmy Savile's penthouse in Leeds, and another in Savile Park in Halifax.

Moors Murderers, Yorkshire Rippers, Kray twins, Ray Conniff Singers, Budapest muscle, Kensington madames — all are grist to the subsatanic Savilean mill. As to who'll be the next implausible but somehow inevitable name to be tacked onto the dramatis personae of this megametanarrative, it's anybody's guess. But my money's on Lord Lucan emerging, stiff-legged and blinking, from the secret cellar of Jimmy Savile's picturesque Glencoe hideaway.


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1. To assume that Savile and Brady's interaction in the Sixties might have gone beyond just breathing the same fagsmoke fug one unfateful evening at Belle Vue would surely be a stretch too far even for this farfetched melodrama. But you never know.

2. Or maybe not for the first time. And there’s a whole new rabbit hole for us to tumble down right there.
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This morning I am deviating slightly to give a tribute to Jimmy Savile who died at lunchtime yesterday and I can slightly justify this with a W.H.Williams connection.

In October 1980 my ex wife and myself were having a short two night break at the Imperial Hotel, Blackpool and as we pulled into the car park we couldn’t help but notice a white Range Rover parked at the main entrance of the hotel decorated in bunting. I parked and as we approached the doorway there sat on a chair, on his own was Jimmy Savile. Seeing him my ex wife rushed forward, asking for his autograph and he suggested she sat on his knee and I took a photograph of them both, saying I like a Minx in Mink. (As it was chilly she was wearing a mink jacket.)

As we left him the doorman said, ‘You caught him well there!’ and he went on to say you just missed Mike Yarwood. I checked in at reception and we went over to the lift to put the cases in the room and me, as my usual efficient self pressed the lift button and we got on the lift and down it went into the basement (I had pressed down instead of up). The lift returned to the ground floor and in got Mike Yarwood. Susan said ‘My there are some famous people in here today’. Yarwood totally ignored her and as he was getting off on the first floor said sarcastically. ‘You’ll need the next floor’.

We only stayed in the room seconds and I suggested we go down into the hotel lounge for a cup of tea. Sitting at the table Susan said she was just nipping to the toilet and as I waited the waitress came and took my order, and as I waited still no Susan. I stood up and looked round and saw her sitting at a table with Jimmy Savile, who seeing me beckoned me over. He stopped the waitress and asked her to take our order to his table saying ‘They are joining me’.

He greeted me by saying that my wife had explained who I was and he knew well the cream and brown vans he constantly passed in his Rolls Royce. Apparently he was there as he had arranged for about 200 Manchester Taxi drivers to take under privileged children to the Pleasure Beach for the day and he had gone along to the Imperial ‘as they knew him there’.

We spent about half an hour with him and he honestly seemed to enjoy our company and conversation. During the time people were coming over continually putting money into a bucket he had on the floor next to him, collecting for Stoke Mandeville Hospital. A really nice guy who confirmed to me the value of the really good immediately recognisable livery on our vehicles.


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Margaret Thatcher asked him to look after the wives of the G7 leaders during a conference. He took them to Stoke Mandeville. They were confronted by a man in tracksuit and jewellery but by the end of the day, they were eating out of his hand.


Jimmy Savile: Your memories



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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...mugabe-1777829

Margaret Thatcher's warm words for now-disgraced Robert Mugabe and Jimmy Savile revealed

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INT. BELLE VUE – NEW ELIZABETHAN BALLROOM – CARNIVAL NIGHT - 1963

According to extracts from Myra Hindley’s diary quoted in Emlyn Williams’s Beyond Belief, she and Ian Brady were indeed regular punters at the New Elizabethan Ballroom at the now-demolished Belle Vue pleasure grounds, in Manchester’s Gorton district.

She daydreamed about the two of them being billed as featured dancers there one day, and we know that they attended at least one of the many "Carnival Nights" hosted by the venue's resident DJ at the time, Jimmy Savile. Myra Hindley was a Gorton girl, living at her grandmother's house on Bannock Street. Savile’s big red fuck-off Rolls Royce was a local landmark, regularly parked on ostentatious display right outside the entrance.

Savile sequenced two "smooch times" in his DJ sessions (still called "record dances" in those pre-disco days): one before and one after the live group that he reluctantly put on as a sap to the Musicians' Union. The second smooch time would segue into an hour of rock 'n' roll, followed by a Ray Conniff-driven proto-chillout to end the evening and clear the room with as few altercations as possible.

On Boxing Day, 1964, Brady and Hindley made an audio recording as they bound, gagged and photographed Lesley Ann Downey before they killed her. The tape ends with a snippet of the song "The Little Drummer Boy". It was the version by Ray Conniff.

Flash-forward fifteen years. Janie Jones, the tabloids' favourite sex-party hostess with the mostest, answers a summons to appear before Jimmy Savile soon after her release from prison. His grounds for demanding the encounter? To read her the riot act for having the temerity to campaign for Myra Hindley's release. Not for the reason why most people would have objected to the idea of freeing Hindley — you know, her having helped kidnap, torture, rape and murder other people's children and bury them on Saddleworth Moor, all that stuff — but because, as Janie Jones explained, "he said it was disgraceful that I was siding with Hindley against Brady." Ian Brady was Jimmy Savile's pal.

All this is almost certainly a coincidence of little or no consequence, of course. Just because Jimmy Savile seems to have gone out of his way to break bread with two of the most notorious serial killers in British history doesn't necessarily mean he dug where they were coming from.

Some of the coincidences are weapons-grade credibility testers, like Brady and Hindley falling in love to the strains of the latest Stateside pops blasting out from Jimmy Savile's "Power Sound Disc Deck" (oh, yes); or like Shirley "Big Daddy" Crabtree joining a crew of Hungarian émigrés to fine-tune his forearm-smash skills on the door at Savile's first string of dancehalls. Some of the coincidences are macabre, like those Ray Conniff fadeouts. But most are just messy and confusing, like Savile leaving home on Belle Vue Road in Leeds to work at Belle Vue in Manchester; or like the surname of the 15-year-old suicide being the same as that of a certain litigiously non-licentious peer; or like Peter Sutcliffe committing one of his murders just opposite Jimmy Savile's penthouse in Leeds, and another in Savile Park in Halifax.

Moors Murderers, Yorkshire Rippers, Kray twins, Ray Conniff Singers, Budapest muscle, Kensington madames — all are grist to the subsatanic Savilean mill. As to who'll be the next implausible but somehow inevitable name to be tacked onto the dramatis personae of this megametanarrative, it's anybody's guess. But my money's on Lord Lucan emerging, stiff-legged and blinking, from the secret cellar of Jimmy Savile's picturesque Glencoe hideaway.


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1. To assume that Savile and Brady's interaction in the Sixties might have gone beyond just breathing the same fagsmoke fug one unfateful evening at Belle Vue would surely be a stretch too far even for this farfetched melodrama. But you never know.

2. Or maybe not for the first time. And there’s a whole new rabbit hole for us to tumble down right there.
Jimmy and serial killers...something is definitely going on, sinister, it's like a band of brothers. Jimmy was a evil sadistic spirit, where his life was celebrated at the opening ceremony of the Olympics.
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Old 22-03-2013, 09:39 AM   #58750
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Seeing the pic of lizzie with her grannies, queen Mary , princess may of teck got me digging.

Duchess being May

The Duchess loved her children, but she put them in the care of a nanny, as was usual in upper-class families at the time. The first nanny was dismissed for insolence and the second for abusing the children. This second woman, anxious to suggest that the children preferred her to anyone else, would pinch Edward and Albert whenever they were about to be presented to their parents, so that they would start crying and be speedily returned to her. On discovery, she was replaced by her effective and much-loved assistant, Mrs. Bill.[19]
Sometimes, Queen Mary appears to have been a distant mother. At first, she failed to notice the nanny's abuse of the young Princes Edward and Albert,[20] and her youngest son, Prince John, was housed in a private farm on the Sandringham Estate, in the care of Mrs. Bill, perhaps to hide his epilepsy from the public. However, despite her austere public image and her strait-laced private life, Mary was a caring mother in many respects, revealing a fun-loving and frivolous side to her children and teaching them history and music. Edward wrote fondly of his mother in his memoirs: "Her soft voice, her cultivated mind, the cosy room overflowing with personal treasures were all inseparable ingredients of the happiness associated with this last hour of a child's day ... Such was my mother's pride in her children that everything that happened to each one was of the utmost importance to her. With the birth of each new child, Mama started an album in which she painstakingly recorded each progressive stage of our childhood".[21] He expressed a less charitable view, however, in private letters to his wife after his mother's death: "My sadness was mixed with incredulity that any mother could have been so hard and cruel towards her eldest son for so many years and yet so demanding at the end without relenting a scrap. I'm afraid the fluids in her veins have always been as icy cold as they are now in death."[22]
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During the First World War, Queen Mary instituted an austerity drive at the palace, where she rationed food, and visited wounded and dying servicemen in hospital, which she found a great emotional strain.[31] After three years of war against Germany, and with anti-German feeling in Britain running high, the Russian Imperial Family, which had been deposed by a revolutionary government, was refused asylum, possibly in part because the Tsar's wife was German-born.[32] News of the Tsar's abdication provided a boost to those in Britain who wished to replace the monarchy with a republic.[33] After republicans used the couple's German heritage as an argument for reform, George abandoned his German titles and renamed the royal house from the German "Saxe-Coburg and Gotha" to the British "Windsor". Other royals anglicised their names; the Battenbergs became the Mountbattens, for example. The Queen's relatives also abandoned their German titles, and adopted the British surname of Cambridge (derived from the Dukedom held by Queen Mary's British grandfather). The war ended in 1918 with the defeat of Germany and the abdication and exile of the Kaiser.
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Mary took an interest in the upbringing of her granddaughters, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, and took them on various excursions in London, to art galleries and museums. (The Princesses' own parents thought it unnecessary for them to be taxed with any demanding educational regime.)[45]
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Mary was an eager collector of objects and pictures with a royal connection.[49] She paid above-market estimates when purchasing jewels from the estate of Dowager Empress Marie of Russia[50] and paid almost three times the estimate when buying the family's Cambridge Emeralds from Lady Kilmorey, the mistress of her late brother Prince Francis.[51] In 1924, the famous architect Sir Edwin Lutyens created Queen Mary's Dolls' House for her collection of miniature pieces.[52] Indeed, she has sometimes been criticised for her aggressive acquisition of objets d'art for the Royal Collection. On several occasions, she would express to hosts, or others, that she admired something they had in their possession, in the expectation that the owner would be willing to donate it.[53] Her extensive knowledge of, and research into, the Royal Collection helped in identifying artefacts and artwork that had gone astray over the years.[54] The Royal Family had lent out many objects over previous generations. Once she had identified unreturned items through old inventories, she would write to the holders, requesting that they be returned.[55]


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Moneypennies

Queen’s cuz: I was Miss Moneypenny


By MYRA PHILP
Published: 03rd October 2011

THE Queen’s Scots cousin has revealed she was a real-life MI6 Miss Moneypenny straight out of a James Bond movie.

The Hon Margaret Rhodes, 86, broke a 70-year silence to talk about her WWII job in the shadowy world of international espionage.

Margaret — who grew up at historic Carberry Tower, near Musselburgh, East Lothian — described her secret service duties overseeing the UK’s global spy network as “fascinating but frightening”.

She was among just a handful of people in the loop about a mission to end Hitler’s plans to build a nuclear bomb.

She said: “I went to join the Women’s Royal Naval Service, but found myself in MI6.

“It was dreadfully hush-hush and, for an impressionable 18-year-old, terribly mysterious. I reported each day to a disguised office near St James’s Park underground station.

“It was Passport Control on the ground floor, but MI6 upstairs
. The big chief, ‘M’ to James Bond fans, hid behind the letter ‘C’.

“He wrote in green ink and God-like powers were attributed to him by us underlings.

“One of my daily tasks was to read every single message transmitted by our spies all over the world. It was fascinating, but frightening.”

While working as a real-life Miss Moneypenny — a role made famous by actress Lois Maxwell as James Bond’s flirtatious right-hand woman — Margaret lodged at Buckingham Palace with her aunt, the Queen Mother.

She was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip and three years later Princess Margaret was a bridesmaid at her own wedding.

In 1990, she was appointed a lady-in-waiting to the Queen Mother, and was at her bedside when she died in 2002.

Margaret has written a book, The Last Curtsey, recounting her life as part of the Royal family.

She now lives at Windsor and is often visited by the Queen on a Sunday.

Her MI6 position meant she was one of a handful of people who knew about the Hitler bomb strike.

The 1943 operation where commandos blew up an experimental power plant in occupied Norway was later turned into a film, The Heroes of Telemark, starring Kirk Douglas.

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Anyone watched ring of power 2 Zion king yet?, its about royal family, and has a bit about mountbatten and care homes....

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http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/extras/2...w-documentary/



Queen Elizabeth Admits to Hiding Microphones in New Documentary

the reason - "She usually gives a quick speech to world leaders and apparently doesn’t want a microphone to get in the way of the elaborate table settings."

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A MAN WITH NO FACE

Launch day for 'Morning Cloud' (4) the replacement yacht to the sunk 'Morning Cloud' (3). A big day for Heath and there's a special turnout. Standing to the left and behind Heath is crew member Parker, a long time permanent crew member from Heath's very first yachting days in 1969 on 'Morning Cloud' (1).
Parker shows nothing more than a passing resemblance to the children's comic entertainer Michael Groth, who was identified photographed sitting next to Rantzen on 'Morning Cloud' (3) sometime before she sank in September 1974.
Parker sneers at a passing photographer:
It is fair to say both Heath and his crew did not relish the flotillas of photographers who used to follow them about on the water. The picture below shows 'Morning Cloud' (3) the yacht that sunk in 1974, here photographed with at least nine crew members aboard. On the night Heath's yacht was lost Heath claimed a crew of just seven were aboard at the time and not nine. Reports confirmed a total of nine persons both dead and alive were accounted for from the immediate disaster area.
Heath was always anxious of photojournalists. He was permanently on his guard for opportunist snappers. Heath kept a constant and beady eye on their movements. Heath's obsession with the privacy concerns of his crew and himself took hold even when preparing for the start line of a race.
If the opening picture of 'The Man With No Face' is enhanced the face of this one crew member refuses to show itself. Heath's crew, ever vigilant, upon sighting a camera would invariably keep the heads down or turn them away from the enquiring lens. The result is a catalogue of crew images with all crew members demonstrating an unwavering reluctance to be photographed under any circumstances. The only identifying marks the camera is able to detect on this one crew member is a ring of gold worn on the third finger of the man's right hand.
Parker has never been photographed wearing a ring on his right hand
Whereas Michael Groth has always worn a gold ring on the 3rd finger of his right hand.
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Hi long time lurker here , i know i should read the first 1500 pages before i started reading but unfortunately i have not got time what with family life and work. So would anyone be able to answer a few questions for me .

The documents that Janet cope had stored were they kept from when she worked with vile , or were they passed on after his death .

Also the pic of vile on his bike around the 1950s/1960s with the Rolls Royce , im assuming the roller is his considering the number plate how much would a motor like that cost at that time . Sorry i do not know how to post pics yet .

Can i also say well done to the posters on here you've certainly opened my eyes on a few things , and ive found a whole new world of bloggers thru this site.

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30 January 1890 – 29 May 1968) was Chief of MI6 (SIS), British Secret Intelligence Service, during and after World War II.

Stewart Graham Menzies was born in London into an immensely wealthy family, as the second son of John Graham Menzies[1] and Susannah West Wilson, daughter of Arthur Wilson of Tranby Croft. His grandfather, Graham Menzies, was a whisky distiller who helped establish a cartel and made huge profits. His parents became friends of King Edward VII[2] who at the time was rumoured to be Menzies' father, though this likely was not the case. Menzies was a nephew of Robert Stewart Menzies. But Menzies' father was dissolute, never established a worthwhile career, and wasted his share of the family fortune;

Menzies was educated at Eton College, becoming president of the student society Pop, and graduating in 1909

In 1939, when Admiral Sinclair died, Menzies was appointed Chief of SIS. He expanded wartime intelligence and counterintelligence departments...
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As the year 1910 approached, Italy was preparing to celebrate 40 years of liberty from the Papal tyranny.

France was a Republic and the intelligent French people had finally disowned the Papal monarchy.

Only 2 countries were left that had the military power to restore the lost Papal States: Great Britain and united Germany under Prussia.

At that time, Orthodox Russia was the greatest military power in Europe, and the first country to recognize the new Italian government in Rome.

Britain's espionage service began during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I . . . and it was legendary. Their ciphers were so sophisticated that the Spanish accused the British of using witchcraft to compose them!!

The Vatican has a sophisticated spying system know as the confessional going back over 1000 years.

The British monarchs still bore the pompous title Fidei Defensor or Defender of the (Latin) Faith. Now was the time to earn that title by full cooperation with the Vatican espionage system.
MI5 and MI6 were formed in 1908


The British had a "secret service" going back to the time of Queen Elizabeth I, but its existence was kept hidden, as most decent people considered espionage to be despicable.

With the loss of the Papal States in 1870, the Vatican no longer had secure communications, even though their confessional was still the most sophisticated spying service in the world.


This necessitated a Vatican merger with the newly created international spy agency called MI6.



Great Britain's legendary secret service came out of the closet in 1908.

MI5 concentrated on domestic spying while MI6 was international.

Mansfield Cumming was the first head of MI6.


About that time, a series of novels began to appear by a man named William Le Queux warning the nation about the German threat of invasion. In past history, it was always the Spanish or French who were plotting to invade. In 1588, England was saved from invasion because the mighty Spanish Armada was defeated by a small English navy....By 1910, Great Britain had the most powerful navy in the world and her slogan was "Britannia rules the waves."

William Le Queux (pronounced "Q") was a bestselling propaganda writer.

His propaganda created a German scare and led to the formation of MI5 and MI6.

In reality, Germany was infiltrated by British spies preparing that nation to invade France and Russia.


William le Queux in 1923.
William Le Queux in 1923.

Here is an excerpt from a book about MI6 by a British expert on spying:

They (Germans ) did not constitute anything like a major threat and the spy scare that swept Britain in the early 1900s was in fact out of all proportion to the reality. It was stoked, even orchestrated, by the author William Le Queux, who produced a series of best-selling books—with titles like Spies of the Kaiser: Plotting the Downfall of England and The Invasion of 1910—that deliberately set out to blur the lines between fact and fiction. Le Queux protested vigorously to anyone who would listen, and many influential people did, that the authorities were negligently ignoring the German threat. Lord Northcliffe, proprietor of the Daily Mail, serialised The Invasion of 1910 in his newspaper, carefully rerouting the hypothetical marauding Hun troops through towns and villages where the Mail's circulation was at its highest. (Smith, MI6. The Real James Bonds, p. 1).

Le Queux compared the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 to the forthcoming invasion of England in 1910. What MI6 really had in mind was a repeat of that war, with united Germany invading France, restoring the monarchy, and as a bonus restoring the Papal States. What a knavish trick!!

This would be accomplished in reality, not by German spies in Britain, but by British spies in Germany.
World War I was an MI6 knavish trick!!

In the British national anthem they pray that God will frustrate the "knavish tricks" of their monarch's enemies. World War I was one such "knavish trick" carried out by MI6. Of course, MI6 is financed by the Bank of England and answers to the monarchy.

Instead of German spies infiltrating Britain, MI6 spies infiltrated Germany, and they helped the Kaiser with the invasion of Belgium and France in August 1914.


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