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Old 18-01-2014, 08:32 PM   #541
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The article from 1990 says Australian customs won't allow him to bring a dead whales penis into the country, is that it on his desk?

The quote on the house is not Crowleys do as thou wilt

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He admires the philosophy of General Hawley, who led the cavalry at Culloden, and who fixed above the door at West Green the motto: ''Do as you feel inclined.'' Pity that the daft IRA, if indeed it was them, took the invitation so literally

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Lord McAlpine’s 17th Century National Trust mansion, West Green House at Hartley Wintney, near Basingstoke, was badly damaged by fire in 1982 after he had just finished restoring it. His barking dog saved his life.
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Old 18-01-2014, 10:19 PM   #542
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the one on the right is.
Not sure what the one on the left is.

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Old 19-01-2014, 10:17 PM   #543
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McAlpine's friends offer their praises...





Lord Tebbit & Savile

Tebbit, who praises McAlpine, also spent Christmas at Chequers with Thatcher and others


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Another ex-chairman, Speaking about McAlpine, Lord Tebbit, said: ‘He was a joy to be with because he always had something interesting to say.’

She once rang to invite me and my wife to Christmas lunch at Chequers. ...‘How many?’ she inquired. ‘Seven of us in all,’ I replied. ‘Bring them all,’ she commanded. So I did.

Cecil Parkinson on left.


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Former party chairman Lord Parkinson (on left), who worked closely with Lord McAlpine, described him as an ‘outstanding’ treasurer. ‘He was a most unusual, intriguing, interesting character with a fantastic range of interests,’ he said.
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...satirical magazine Private Eye for over a decade (and satirical TV programme Spitting Image for nearly as long), with the magazine seldom passing up an opportunity to portray Parkinson as having a voracious sexual appetite. In 1997, when William Hague promised to "bring Unity to the Party", the front cover showed Parkinson adding "she sounds like a splendid girl".

In the late 1980s, when Parkinson had objected to Norman Tebbit's treatment of the issue in his memoirs ("Upwardly Mobile"), the front cover had shown each man telling the other "I told you not to stick it in".

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...me-age-71.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cecil_Parkinson
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...old--rude.html
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Old 19-01-2014, 11:03 PM   #544
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Strange that World Of Interiors magazine featured his garden at his Italian home on this month's edition?

http://issuu.com/franj.glez/docs/the...s_-_february_2


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Old 19-01-2014, 11:19 PM   #545
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New photos of McAlpine showing up. Here's one with him wearing a Garrick's Club tie again.

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Lord McAlpine at Sotheby's

At his office in London, journalists were regaled with gossip and generous lashings of Chateau Latour, and he became a favourite of even such papers as The Independent and The Guardian. Rotund in loud but well-cut Savile Row suits and bilious pink and green Garrick Club ties, he would lunch prospective donors (and journalists) at the Club. Money was never discussed directly, but the follow-up letters left recipients in little doubt about what was expected and the funds poured in

McAlpine was thought to have raised about £100 million.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obit...-obituary.html
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Old 20-01-2014, 11:57 AM   #546
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The only problem we encountered was a rather severe amount of insect bites. They were very unusual and stayed with us for some considerable time after we left. Dare I say my inclination is to think bed bugs. Both of us were badly bitten!
http://ouritaliandream-featherbybol....simo-mare.html

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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=125

Nice find there by 56cheffy - 4mins of footage of Rick Stein visiting the McAlpines, t=4.40 to 8.40

www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhHO8T1BB-8
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Old 21-01-2014, 01:17 AM   #548
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No word yet on McAlpine's funeral? The msm coverage has been brief.
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Nothing in the msm yet from McAlpine family members - his wife...or other family members?
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Mcalpine/Cyprus/Nadir/Goulandris connection

Athina Malpas is an heiress to the Greek Shipping family Goulandris.


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Richest Greek and Greek Cypriots in the UK 2013.

http://www.greekrichlist.com/2013/04...n-the-uk-2013/

10. Alexander Goulandris & Family, £200m, Shipping
Lord McAlpine and Asil Nadir - on behalf of Tory party between 1985-1990, accepted almost £500 000 from the corrupt Polly Peck tycoon


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“Miss Moneypenny” Elizabeth Forsyth McAlpine, left, joined Asil Nadir's family dinner with his mother, second left, at a local restaurant in Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus, in July 1987

Her father is Thomas McAlpine of the Scottish McAlpine construction family She had, she admits, ‘a cushioned childhood’.

Miss Forsyth had been a high-flying personal banker whose clients had included film director David Lean and the Saudi royal family when the Polly Peck affair occurred.


Elizabeth Forsyth, 76, was Nadir’s personal banker at the time of the Polly Peck scandal. In 1996, year she was jailed for five years for handling stolen cash. Asil Nadir sentenced to 10 years for stealing £29 million from his own company more than two decades ago.

The 71-year-old returned to Britain in August 2010 after 17 years in exile following the collapse of his £2 billion company Polly Peck International (PPI).

In March 1996, she was charged with money laundering and found guilty of handling £400,000 of stolen PPI money.

She was looking after wealthy private clients at Citibank when in 1985 she was introduced to Asil Nadir by a Greek, Ted Petropoulos, with whom she had worked at the First National Bank.


...there is a steely fierceness behind her otherwise genteel manner. Remnants of her previous incarnation as a leading City banker are evident in her cut-glass English vowels, impeccable suit, smart shoes and manicured fingernails.




‘I had always liked singing – I sang for the Queen when I was 16 in her first Royal Command Performance at The Palladium. I was part of the backing team for Gracie Fields and Gigli. But my father didn’t think opera and the stage was a life for his daughter.’

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-decision.html
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...ostcount=67185
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=1785

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Old 22-01-2014, 05:10 AM   #551
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As mentioned elsewhere...

1 Hon Sir William McAlpine was a director of Fairbridge & then Fairbridge in Scotland (vulnerable kids) that became part of the princes trust.

1 of William McAlpine's fellow directors at Fairbridge in Scotland was James Torbett of the Celtic boys club scandal - Torbetts boss at Celtic was Kevin Kelly who wanted the name of Celtic kept clean at all costs.... Torbett then made him a director at his business The Trophy Centre. Kevin Kelly was pictured at Kilsyth with Jimmy Savile, Keith O'Brien etc.

The sheriff in charge of the Torbett court case said the supporting letters for him made her weep - no much wonder given his connections.

Poor Hon Sir William if you please as it turns out surrounded by paedos and knew absolutely nothing ???
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Still no further news from the msm re: Mcalpine's funeral arrangements etc? Which country will he be buried in - England, Australia, Italy?

So quiet from the msm who are usually all over a story like this - the death of an infamous and "prominent" person.

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Old 25-01-2014, 05:05 PM   #553
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Still no further news from the msm re: Mcalpine's funeral arrangements etc? Which country will he be buried in - England, Australia, Italy?

So quiet from the msm who are usually all over a story like this - the death of an infamous and "prominent" person.
The silence is deafening. Total lack of curiosity.... I think the story is the only thing which will be buried.
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It does seem to be a media blackout from the top...outside of the announcement of McAlpine's death - there has been no follow-up stories re: burial, family members speaking out etc- nothing - not even local news.

Here is a man internationally famous (lived in England, Australia & Italy) over the decades (and recently too), in politics - former treasurer of the Conservative party, business, scandals etc. And nothing. No further details - e.g. memorial service etc.


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Old 28-01-2014, 06:06 AM   #555
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Wow. Not much available. Found this:



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Nevertheless, none of us who were his friends — I knew him for almost 30 years — is in any doubt that his end was hastened by this wicked libel, and by the refusal for months of one ghastly, offensive women to admit her crucial part in propagating it.
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Mrs Bercow, however, held out, despite having been offered favourable terms to end the matter. Lord McAlpine’s solicitor, Andrew Reid, said his client offered a year ago to settle without prejudice at a substantially lower sum than would likely be awarded if the case went to trial.
‘He made the offer,’ Mr Reid continued, ‘in an attempt to avoid the detrimental effect of litigation on his health, but sadly Mrs Bercow was not prepared at the relevant time to avail herself of this reasonable offer.’
The strain continued to tell on Alistair until Mrs Bercow, sensing the inevitable, did surrender.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...s-tribute.html

Does not quite explain how she surrenders, no details, and subject changes.

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His champagne-fuelled lifestyle was funded on the proceeds of this success as a property developer, and not from any inherited wealth. He also indulged on a large scale a passion not so much for collecting as for buying and selling artefacts, always very rare, sometimes ancient or even prehistoric.
In the Seventies Alistair, always a committed capitalist, was also a devotee of Europe, because he associated those who opposed it with the Bennite hard-Left of the Labour Party.
Just been reading about Kim Jong-Un's Uncle Jang...
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a slew of criminal acts. “Jang and his followers committed criminal acts baffling imagination...
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“affected by the capitalist way of living”
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Kim’s uncle has also been airbrushed out of pictures and video footage and experts said his name was no longer searchable on the KCNA database.
http://www.euronews.com/2013/12/09/n...haeks-arrest-/

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“He let the decadent capitalist lifestyle find its way to our society by distributing all sorts of pornographic pictures...
http://www.euronews.com/2013/12/13/n...-worse-than-a-
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"All relatives of Jang have been put to death, including even children."
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...the entire family of Kim Jong-Un's uncle, who was executed in December...
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Sons, daughters and grandchildren of Jang's two brothers were also reportedly killed.
"Some relatives were shot to death by pistol in front of other people if they resisted while being dragged out of their apartment homes," a source said.
http://au.news.yahoo.com/world/a/210...korea-reports/


Sorry for the sidetracking. I just couldn't help the connecting of ideas 'capitalist'. Though I could find scarce to none news on google, I think I've located all the news google's hiding.

Will be back.


Edit - to add that google only provided 1 result. When I searched at start page, choosing first, results for the last week, then for the last 24 hours, numerous results appeared so I don't know what's up with the google searching. I used Alistair Mcalpine for my second search term at google and for my first search term at start page.
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Old 28-01-2014, 06:13 AM   #556
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Broome set to host memorial service for Lord McAlpine

Posted Wed 22 Jan 2014, 3:22pm AEDT

A memorial service will be held in Broome next week to honour Lord Alistair McAlpine, who died on Friday aged 71.

Lord McAlpine developed much of the town's tourism industry in the 1980s, including the Cable Beach Club, restored historical buildings and promoted Indigenous art and culture.

The Catholic Church will host a memorial service at the civic centre at 5:00pm (AWST) next Wednesday.

The Catholic Bishop of Broome, Christopher Saunders, says everyone is invited to remember Lord McAlpine's great personality and contribution to the Kimberley.

"When I first met him I was parish priest in Kalumburu and he flew into Kalumburu and I said to him, 'what do you do for a living?' He said, 'oh I'm in building' and I thought well that's a pretty humble thing," he said.

"So one of his great characteristics was his humility."

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-01-2...alpine/5213344
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After an acrimonious divorce from Romilly on the grounds of his adultery, in 2002 he married Athena Malpas, a glamorous brunette three decades his junior.

McAlpine's account of his marital inconstancy was chillingly casual: “I keep changing my life, houses and relationships. I reinvent myself every few years.
http://www.smh.com.au/comment/obitua...124-31dm1.html


Interesting...

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As a child McAlpine had a cupboard of curiosities, including a snake in a bottle, a wartime lemon and a piece of a Zeppelin.

Apart from fine art, the objects of his desires included police truncheons, snowdrops, rare breeds of chicken, Renaissance tapestries, curiosities such as five-legged lambs in formaldehyde, shells and ties. In the 1980s staff at Central Office would recall one of his secretaries telephoning customs trying to get one of his acquisitions released: “No, it's not Lord McAlpine's penis. It's a dinosaur penis.”
http://www.smh.com.au/comment/obitua...124-31dm1.html
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Got his own bronze statue eh?



http://www.bubblews.com/news/2110782...stair-mcalpine


Misc. stories posted within the last ten days (first page anyway). I don't know if this is his latest wife/widow Athena in this pic:



http://www.newsfiber.com/p/s/h?v=Eya...VLQFf33xWyw%3D


I searched by his & her name. Athena is an Italian beauty by the looks of it.






Larger images can be seen here and here.



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ATHENA McALPINE MARITTIMA DI DISO, ITALY

In 2003, Athena and Alistair McAlpine restored a 15th-century convent on the heel of Italy's boot, at Marittima di Diso, reopening it as the B&B Il Convento. It is known for its cuisine. See [email protected].

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/travel/i-know-...106-2x0o3.html




Caption: The lovely Lady Athena McAlpine.
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Il Convento di Santa Maria di Costantinopoli, Puglia Italy

A former convent makes a beautific B&B in the luscious coastal countryside of Puglia. Owned by British aristocrats Alistair and Athena McAlpine, Il Convento di Santa Maria di Costantinopoli was Lord and Lady McAlipne's private home before they opened it up to paying guests in 2003. The eight room establishment is adorned with art and treasures from the couple's world travels and the library features an extensive collection of first-edition titles. We made our way there in 2004, before I had a digital camera!
http://apshop.blogspot.com/2012/03/i...-maria-di.html


Here's from an Italian webpage about the convent they bought and turned into a bed and breakfast. I thought this was a crucifix but on closer inspection it is some type of abstract art the is just somewhat reminiscent of the crucifix. Perhaps simulacra would be the appropriate word for this.






Translated webpage here.






Caption: Innocent ... peer with wife Athena

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...se-claims.html
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Old 28-01-2014, 03:42 PM   #559
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Thanks for all that Yass - FYI - His wife is a greek heiress - there are posts about her on the main js thread.

It will be interesting to see who shows up for his memorial tomorrow and what, if any, coverage it gets.

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