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PEPIS #55 - Freemasonry at the apex of the British Army

PEPIS #54 - 28Sep03 - "The crazies are back" say ex-US spooks

PEPIS #53 - 11Aug03 - Secret Cabinet Committees - Secret Society

PEPIS #52 - BBC Bilderberg documentary

PEPIS #51 - 24May03 - Bilderberg participants, Versailles 2003

PEPIS #50 - 15May03 - Versailles Confirmed as Bilderberg Venue

PEPIS #49 - 07May03 - Bilderberg Secretary-General profiled

PEPIS #48 - 25Mar03 - Bilderberg 2003 set for Versailles

PEPIS #47 - 20Mar03 - King of the war profiteers

PEPIS #46 - 21Jan03 - Iraqi blood and Pentagon games

PEPIS #55 - Oh! What a Masonic War

1. Freemasons at the apex of the British Army
2. Oh! What a Lovely War
3. Returning land to it's rightful owner

1. Freemasons at the apex of the British Army

Imagine my surprise  - leafing through a book borrowed from a friend, to find, as a passing comment "One leading mason said that when he joined, every member of the Army Board was a mason - he would not say how things stood today."

The clear implication of the author, Antony Beevor's, informant is that things hadn't changed on the 13 strong Army management Board. Coincidence? Could freemasons be so good at their job that they naturally get promoted? Or is the Army Board a secret society fix up? Are Geoff Hoon MP, Adam Ingram MP, Lord Bach, Ivor Caplin MP, and our nine non-parliamentry representatives in the army, masons? Well, Tony Blair promised, as a commitment in his election manifesto, when we elected him in 1997, to provide us with a register of freemasons in public life. Another promise Tony has flunked.

The Army Council



The routine management of the Army is the responsibility of The Army Board, the composition of which is shown in the following list. (this includes responsibility for all forms of appointments, ranking and promotion TG)


1. The Secretary of State for Defence

2. Minister of State for the Armed Forces

3. Minister of State (Defence Procurement)

4. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Minister for Defence Procurement

5. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Minister for Veterans' Affairs

6. Chief of the General Staff

7. Second Permanent Under Secretary of State

8. Adjutant General

9. Quartermaster General

10. Master General of the Ordnance

11. Commander-in-Chief (Land Command)

12. Commander UK Support Command

13. Assistant Chief of the General Staff

Decisions made by the Army Board are acted upon by the military staff at the various headquarters worldwide. The Chief of the General Staff is the officer responsible for the Army's contribution to the national defence effort and he maintains control through the commander and the staff branches of each of these headquarters.

Each military headquarters is organised along exactly the same lines with identical branches at each level in the chain of command.


2. Oh! What a Lovely War

Richard Attenborough's 1969 musical film, drawing on the bitter-sweet humour of the first world war trenches, is a classic which has almost disappeared from the scene.

In last Christmas' Guardian, December 28th, you may have noticed the following letters.

"The Radio Times for the two-week Christmas/New Year period lists 31 documentary programmes and 16 feature films or drama programmes on terrestrial TV (not counting the small hours) on the theme of war. To these can be added many so-called "news" items about army exercises and how "our boys" are spending the festive season on peacekeeping duty around the world. Might conspiracy theorists think this was part of the general process aimed at softening us up for a war?"
Jane, Owen and Rachel Kelly

"Why is 'Oh! What a Lovely War' not available on video, let alone DVD? It would have been so valuable to see it again in these gung-ho times."
Peter Verney
Hebden Bridge, W Yorks,3604,865795,00.html

It will be interesting to draw up the statistics for this year's Christmas edition. And, miracles aside, you can guarantee we won't be seeing this, one of the most moving, historically accurate and politically astute anti war films ever made, anywhere on the small screen this Christmas.

The last video release of this film was in 1985, and that was only a short run. One specialist in rare videos told me he hadn't seen a copy in 10 years in the business. He even doubted it had actually been released. Eventually I tracked down a copy and for the last three months, as part of the anti-war movement, I have been making the film available on a decent second generation VHS video. I have been touched by the kind comments of the 30 or so people who have already bought a copy. Check out  for a copy, if the BBC won't put it on over Christmas that doesn't mean you can't switch them off one evening and treat the family anyway!

And you'll be supporting a good cause, the thorn in the side of whoever is sitting on the copyright.



3. Returning land to it's rightful owner

"'The land is not to be sold in perpetuity, because the land belongs to me"' Leviticus 25:23

Models for collectivising England and Wales

The lnclosure problem

Private property rights now exist on almost all land in England and Wales. The earth under our feet once considered a divine gift to all mankind, has been measured, partitioned off with fences, and privatised.

The Normans' Domesday book set the stage for inclosure. Compiled in 1086, it was an inventory of all land-based resources in the country so they could be effectively taxed. There were at least some local riots when the king's commissioners demanded what was considered private information.

It was nicknamed Domesday because the people compared it to the day of judgement. Once a taxable resource was in the book no appeal was allowed.

Inclosure (enclosure seems to have been the advocates' spelling) was the transfer of God given land into the ownership of arrogant men. Such land took on the legal status of private property such as something crafted by one's hands or something bought or exchanged. The controversial Statute of Merton, a scheme of Henry VIII's, was one of the first inclosures in Britain.

Inclosure took place piecemeal across the country over many hundreds of years and the fragmented peasants' side to the story has been largely untold. The rural poor could rarely read or write, neither did they have more than a handful of sympathisers amongst the classes that could. The perpetrators didn't want sordid details of evictions recorded. In many cases the only hint of struggle over land are entries for soldiers' payment in the inclosure commissioners accounts.

The only king to make a serious attempt to put a stop to and even reverse inclosure, Charles I, was beheaded. The English Civil War, which culminated in the death of Charles, was driven by the same classes who were finding inclosure so lucrative.

England became the world's first nation controlled by the merchant or capitalist class. It was the first country to see mass rural evictions and urbanisation and as a result was fertile ground for the industrial revolution.

The present and virtually universal 'private ownership' model has left us with no easily identifiable way of legally containing or 'owning' land which doesn't lead to financially better off individuals having greater power in deciding how it is used.

It is also difficult to see how a group can be prevented from going into debt that would leave land open to takeover by moneyed interests from outside.

The inclosure model has been used to undermine natural human rights in other areas of nearest blood-relative took possession. As the head of the household wished it could pass to anyone in his or her immediate family.

Crucially, the copyhold meant family land could not be bought and sold on the open market nor used as security against a bank loan. This made it virtually impossible for the family to be turned out of their home for financial reasons.

Historical models

The pre-inclosure open field system or manor was the natural settlement pattern of hunter-gatherers. Drawing on circumstantial evidence archaeologists and historians tend to agree on this.

Itinerant groups saw the benefit of collecting seed. Of clearing virgin ground for planting and coming back later in the year for harvesting. They soon realised that use of the same ground for growing every year led to deterioration of the soil hence they would make new clearings and/or 'rotate' old ones.

If game became scarce, possessions difficult to transport or demands on planter/harvesters increased longer stops became necessary between moving on. Previously cleared ground may have been revisited regularly and would be the obvious place for such stops, which would have become longer as possessions, buildings and other useful infrastructure increased.

Settled groups tended to live in the centre of several fields, like giant allotments, which contained strips farmed by individual households on rotation. Whatever the number of fields around the village one would be left fallow each year.

Crops were rotated including grains, pulses and root vegetables. One of the most popular rotations was barley and wheat on the thee-field system with one field fallow every year. The barley was malted for beer whilst the wheat was milled for bread baking.

This was the pre-enclosure model, with 'manor' settlement size being about 40 extended families. The group's leader became known as The Lord of the Manor and presided over a manorial court in which he too could be cross-examined and punished. The ordinary villagers were copyholders in most manors, with security of tenure and other important rights. No one was considered 'owner' of the land.

The Lord had exclusive use of 'demesne' land and was the manor's representative in dealings with regional or national govenment and the crown. The Lord had to supply soldiers for the king, a duty that was slowly replaced by a money tax.

Laxton, near Newark in Nottinghamshire, claims to be the only living example of unenclosed land and is part of the crown estates.

Social cohesion

Do we know how ancient tribal societies delivered justice and made decisions? This wisdom has been largely lost from our community memory with ruinous results. Group actions to create model communities can succeed in the short-term whilst there's a common cause but are rarely able to make the long haul.

All sorts of ideologies can halt the smooth running of a group: the desire to do without rules, disagreement about how to keep animals, differing views over noise levels and simple personality clashes can help groups see that unanimity of purpose may be superficial.

In tribal societies, such as amongst North American Indians, the leader of the tribe was there by consensus. He would be someone who people thought was a good thinker, reliable in a crisis. The tribal leader was only one of many agreed roles of responsibility among the men. Leadership roles carried greater responsibility as effects of decisions were felt much more close to home.

Women's role was as overseers of the tribe. The head woman was agreed by consensus with the other women. If the mother of the tribe felt the leader was not suitable she would call a kind of 'election'.

The tribal leader would stand up and make a speech about his past achievements and his vision for the future. Other men would follow, often including a nomination from the women. Beginning with the old chief the various candidates would then go some way from the camp and pitch their tipi, or simply stand some distance apart.

Other members of the tribe would then cluster around their favoured leader with some of the speakers possibly demurring and showing their allegiance to another potential leader. Clusters of the lowest numbers would be obliged to disband and join larger ones.

After some time it would become clear who the new leader was to be. In the case of a strong ideological split the factions might decide to go their separate ways.

Matters of grievance and complaint were decided and rules set by a council of 'elders' of the tribe.

Ideologies, closely linked to spiritual beliefs, bound the people together. If the ideology became fractured or split the mechanism was there for the group to divide along the line of disagreement or follow the new consensus.

God's Land

One of the central faults in the manorial open field system was in the idiosyncratic role of Lord. The word Lord is an amalgam of two ideas: 'a man who is greater than others' and a hangover from the (unbiblical) refusal of some believers to use God's name: Yahweh or Jehovah.

Open field villagers had copyhold rights, their stake in the village community. Copyhold was a type of tenure, similar to leasehold or freehold, abolished early in the 1900's. It could guarantee the head of a household the right to exclusive use of land for his home and some land immediately around it as a garden. It also guaranteed him a number of rotated strips in the open field equal to the other copyholders in the village. Furthermore it gave him common grazing rights on wasteland and in open fields if they were being grazed.

Remove The Lord of the Manor and replace him with the guidance that comes from faith in God of The Bible and Jesus, adherence to the ten commandments, love of one's neighbour, and this old land management system has much to commend it.

The copyhold agreements were the framework which supported consensus land management. Agreed rules and limits, such as stints on the commons, were enforced though the local court which was empowered to fine and suspend or even relieve a villager of their copyhold.

The copyhold was a model form of tenure in that it could only be passed down though the family. As in probate law if a copyholder died without any clear successor the nearest blood-relative took possession. As the head of the household wished it could pass to anyone in his or her immediate family.

Crucially, the copyhold meant family land could not be bought and sold on the open market nor used as security against a bank loan. This made it virtually impossible for the family to be turned out of their home for financial reasons.

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PEPIS#54 - "The crazies are back" say ex-US spooks

Off to NZ for a month - normal service may resume on my return ;-)

“The Crazies Are Back”: Bush Sr.’s CIA Briefer Discusses How Wolfowitz & Allies Falsely Led the U.S. To War

This piece also available in audio and video from

Former CIA analysts Ray McGovern and David MacMichael accuse President Bush of waging the Iraq war based on a series of lies, discuss the unprecedented pressure that VP Dick Cheney put on the CIA before the invasion and call on CIA analysts and agents to come forward with information that will reveal the lies of the Bush administration.

Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst.

David MacMichael, former CIA analyst.


AMY GOODMAN: A number of senators including New York Senator Charles Schumer, Dick Durbin of Illinois, Congress Member Harry Waxman and others have called for an investigation into who outed Joseph Wilson’s wife, Valerie Plame as a CIA operative, who blew her cover. We called the White House to see if they were conducting an investigation. They said to call the FBI. We called the FBI. They said they’re looking into it but that they would not yet classify it as an investigation. Well today we turn to an interview that I did with two former CIA analysts to talk about just what it means for an analyst or agent to have their cover blown. While we had them in the studio, we talked about many other issues as well to shed some light on the way intelligence or lack of it has been used over the years. We began with former CIA analyst Ray McGovern, who worked closely with George Bush senior when he was Director of Central Intelligence right through his presidency. And the law was pass! ed under Bush’s watch that made the blowing of a covert operative a felony. We’re going to turn now to that interview.

Let’s go back in time to something former President Bush, this is George Bush senior, said. Langley, Virginia, he is at the Central Intelligence Agency – I’m reading from an Associated Press report:

“Former President Bush, helping the CIA celebrate its 50th birthday, called agency critics “nuts”. He singled out for criticism Philip Agee, a former CIA agent and later critic of the agency. “Remember Philip Agee, who I consider a traitor to our country?'' Bush asked, referring to Agee's efforts to expose CIA operations and identify spies. Bush said some of the criticism of the Directorate of Operations ruined secret U.S. clandestine operations in foreign countries and, in one instance, blew the cover of CIA station chief in Greece, Richard Welch, who was assassinated outside his residence in Greece in the mid-1970s. Bush was careful not to directly link Agee to Welch's death. Agee dropped a defamation suit against former first lady Barbara Bush earlier this year after Mrs. Bush acknowledged that the first edition of her memoir was erroneous in saying that Agee had exposed Welch's identity.'' David MacMichael, explain this.

DAVID MACMICHAEL: Well after the Mrs. Bush’s memoir came out with that statement which charged Phillip Agee effectively with commission of a felony, that is, violation of exposing this - exposing Richard Welch – ok, that’s a libel per se, as they say in law. Phillip Agee filed a suit some months after the book came out in Washington DC charging libel and seeking damages for that. He did not drop the suit. The case was dismissed by the presiding judge on grounds that Phillip’s place of residence at the time did not give him standing to sue in US courts on this, and the case went away. The subsequent, as I think the article indicates and you said, the subsequent additions of Mrs. Bush’s book did not contain this erroneous charge, but it serves to indicate that this is a very serious matter. If former President Bush could define Philip Agee as a traitor for exposing the identities of serving intelligence officers, if his son’s political advisor has done the same, while it has n! ot come under the heading of treason, believe me, it is a very serious felony under the current Act.

AMY GOODMAN:Ray McGovern you worked for George Bush in the CIA when he was director of Central Intelligence. It was right at the time of the Richard Welch assassination. Were you at this 50th anniversary party?

RAY MCGOVERN: I was. They invited a whole bunch of alumni and alumnae back, so I was witness to those events. I would like to add that I do not condone what Phillip Agee did, nor does Dave. However, I think that ..

AMY GOODMAN: Though he says he did not expose Richard Welch as a CIA man.

RAY MCGOVERN: Well not Richard Welch, but he did expose many operations and many identities and that is really unconscionable. But what I would say is that the law came in, if I’m not mistaken, Dave, in direct reaction to what Agee had done. This was the Intelligence Identities law and it was made draconian, it was made very, very specific, automatic penalties that would accrue to both officials and non-officials - anyone who knowingly disclosed the identity of a CIA agent or officer under cover. And so with that kind of background, you get an idea of for how critical it was, it was judged to be, that agency operations which depend on concealed identities needed to be protected and needed to be protected in such a way that those violating those confidences would be prosecuted and extremely penalized.

What this indicates, I mean, this is all sort of in the weeds until you step back and you say why is all this happening? It is all happening because there are lies upon lies, deceit upon deceit that have been used to justify this illegal war on against an unprovoked enemy, or an enemy that does not provoke us. Once the lies start unraveling, and people see they can speak out, that is going to be real trouble for the administration, and so what do you do? You do all you can to intimidate them. And how you intimidate them is to try to hurt them in a personal way. Going after somebody’s wife, I mean, not even Richard Nixon stooped to that.

AMY GOODMAN: We’re talking to Ray McGovern and David MacMichael, two former CIA analysts with the agency for more than a quarter of a century. We’ll be right back with that in a minute.


You are listening to Democracy Now! Ray McGovern, our guest, former CIA analyst. You were with the CIA for…

RAY MCGOVERN: 27 years.

AMY GOODMAN: And you worked directly under George Bush

RAY MCGOVERN: I did when he was director for CIA and later I saw him every other morning for a couple of years in the 80’s when he was Vice President.

AMY GOODMAN: Doing what?

RAY MCGOVERN: I was one of the briefers who prepared the President’s daily brief and delivered it and briefed people one on one with the senior officials downtown.

AMY GOODMAN:Now one of the things we are talking about a lot and seeing a lot is that the same people that were there during the Reagan-Bush years and even before, the Wolfowitzes the Rumsfelds, Cheneys were there then. What was George Bush’s view of these people then?

RAY MCGOVERN: Well, you know it’s really interesting. When we saw these people coming back in town, all of us said who were around in those days said, oh my god, ‘the crazies’ are back – ‘the crazies’ – that’s how we referred to these people.

AMY GOODMAN: Did George Bush refer to them that way?

RAY MCGOVERN: That’s the way everyone referred to them.

AMY GOODMAN: Including George Bush?

RAY MCGOVERN: Well, when Wolfowitz prepared that defense posture statement in 1991, where he elucidated the strategic vision that has now been implemented, Jim Baker, Secretary of State, Brent Scowcroft, security advisor to George Bush, and George Bush said hey, that thing goes right into the circular file. Suppress that thing, get rid of it. Somebody had the presence of mind to leak it and so that was suppressed. But now to see that arise out of the ashes and be implemented. while we start a war against Iraq, I wonder what Bush the first is really thinking. Because these were the same guys that all of us referred to as ‘the crazies’.

AMY GOODMAN: Including George Bush

RAY MCGOVERN: I don’t want to…There is a certain delicacy to all this. The last thing I want to do is to do anything to impede the access of honest analysts who are willing to speak truth to power on these mornings briefings, and so I am not going to quote anything the Vice President said to me directly.

AMY GOODMAN: But on that issue, when you say when Wolfowitz for example, brought forward the defense posture, explain what that was, what he was promoting.

RAY MCGOVERN: Well he was promoting the idea that has now been implemented that we are the single superpower in the world and that we should act like it. We’ve got a lot of weight to throw around, we should throw it around. We should assert ourselves in critical areas, like the Middle East and over the next few years the Project for New American Century documents very much elucidate this kind of strategic vision and strategic plan. It’s very much like Mein Kampf. It’s the ideological strategic justification for what has been happening here. It’s empire, it’s how to increase our influence and not coincidentally, it dovetails expressly with the strategic objectives of Israel in the Middle East. We mean to be the sole superpower, dominant superpower in the world and Israel is determined to remain the superpower in the Middle East. And of course if you talk about weapons of mass destruction, well, check out how many Israel has. And ask yourself when was the last national intelli! gence estimate on Israeli weapons of mass destruction?

AMY GOODMAN: Are these views common, David MacMichael, in the the intelligence agency, in the CIA for years among analysts?

DAVID MACMICHAEL:I can only speak to those two years that I served on the National Intelligence Council as a Senior Estimates Officer.

AMY GOODMAN:Those years were…?

DAVID MACMICHAEL:Those were 1981-1983 under Reagan and under William Casey. In fact I embarked on that job the day Casey came in. I can assure you that the way in which the National Intelligence Council and the National Intelligence officers, the directing officers in there were stacked during the Casey years, meant that intelligence was designed, and I focused principally on Central America, the whole Iran Contra thing later, truthful analysis was not the highest priority there. The determination was to produce analyses that would support the previously decided upon policy so for me, getting back involved with Ray McGovern here and VIPS dealing with this current situation, its kind of like déjà vu all over again. It’s a familiar process.

AMY GOODMAN: VIPS being Veterans Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.


AMY GOODMAN: And you have put out a call now?

RAY MCGOVERN: We have indeed. There have been a few courageous people who have stood on principle at some personal cost. Ironically, we intelligence professionals, we, unfairly, we tend to dismiss foreign service officers as knee-jerk mouthpieces for the administration. Well, three such foreign service officers have stood on principle and have quit, some of them before the war ever started, and they have issued eloquent statements as to how their conscience would not permit them to have to tell these lies to folks, to try to rally support for an unjust US policy.

There is Andrew Wilke in Australia, an incredible person whom Veterans Intelligence Professionals for Sanity had to this country. We all chipped in and paid for his fare. He spoke in Congress at one of the congressional hearings. Andrew quit the Office of National Assessments in Australia, which is the CIA counterpart, eight days before the war, because he could no longer countenance his country going into a war on the basis of intelligence that he saw to be bogus. And he spoke out immediately, and over the last few weeks, although you won’t see it in the US press, he and Prime Minister Howard in Australia have been having a personal argument in the press as to how the intelligence was over-egged as the British say, exaggerated, sexed-up, as some of the other British and Australians say. So there is precedent for people speaking out.

I guess the most prominent American example of that is Daniel Ellsberg. And the interesting thing there is, you know, I asked Daniel Ellsberg, do you have any regrets about outing the Pentagon Papers, which he gave to the NY Times and the Washington Post about Vietnam which showed all the lies and deceit about that policy. He said yes, Ray, I do have one major regret. I said, what’s that? He said I did it in 1971, and I should have done it in 1964 or ‘65 where it could have prevented this war or at least retarded it.

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PEPIS #53 Secret Cabinet Committees

Secret Society: A BBC Scotland documentary series by reporter Duncan Campbell was recorded back in 1986

Secret Society - Secret Cabinet Committees - VHS (PAL) - 1x30min. episode - BBC - 1986

Never broadcast episode from this controversial BBC Documentary series by reporter Duncan Campbell.

The episode about secret cabinet committees features author Peter Hennesey, whistleblower Clive Ponting and MP Clement Freud.

When the programme was being made BBC Scotland was raided by special branch police and the production office taken away in transit vans.

In this freedom of information tour de force Campbell examines the secret decision to buy U.S. Trident nuclear submarines and exposes a cabinet level dirty tricks campaign against CND general secretary Bruce Kent amongst other things.

Margaret Thatcher, James Callaghan, the British Atlantic Committee, The Coalition for Peace Through Security and the cabinet secretary come in for sharp, scathing criticism.

Support for this programme was one of the key reasons BBC Director General, Alasdair Milne, was sacked by the BBC board of governors in 1986.

In this programme Campbell does what the BBC used to do best, investigate corrupt politicians and civil servants who are misusing public trust and public money at the highest levels of so-called democratic government.

The fact that Campbell, now one of the editors of the New Statesman, pulls no punches makes this one of the best British television documentaries ever made.

The public have never before been allowed to see this programme about the inner workings of the British cabinet system they pay for.

As Peter Hennesy describes it "you won't find these secret committees in the text books on British government and constitution".

Secret Society: Cabinet Committees, Duncan Campbell 1986 VHS (PAL) 30m.

cost £10.00 (cheque, PO) including p&p to

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PEPIS #52 BBC Bilderberg documentary

Date: Fri Jun 27, 2003 12:11 pm

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A short note to let you know BBC Radio 4 is transmitting a documentary about

Bilderberg meetings recorded over in Versailles and elsewhere this year by


Cox and Richard Vadon.

There is likely to be some new information to light.

It will be on Thursday 3rd July at 8pm on FM and Long Wave - The programme is

entitled 'Club Class'.

Don't listen to the BBC though without reading my page about them ;-)


PEPIS #51 - 24May03 - Bilderberg participants, Versailles 2003

Here's this years list of participants, with a few comments.

The version of this participant list is on my web-page includes many links to Bilderberg participants' websites. It makes for interesting surfing. Please send me in any 'missing links' or comments.

Even though I clearly photographed King Juan-Carlos of Spain going into the conference he does not appear on the list - unless as an appendage of Queen Sofia - which I doubt. So I'd advise you to treat this official participant list with a plenty of healthy suspicion.



2003 Agenda -- from Bilderberg Press Release

"The conference will deal mainly with European-American relations and in this context Iraq, The Middle East after Terrorism, Non-Proliferation, The European Convention, Economic Problems." (rest of 'press release' much like previous years but no participant list yet)   

2003 Participant list


B - Honorary Chairman - Davignon, Etienne - Vice-Chairman, Societe Generale de Belgique

GB - Honorary Secretary General - Taylor. J Martin - Chairman WH Smith PLC; International advisor, Goldman Sachs International

F - Adler, Alexandre - Editorial counsel, Le Figaro

I - Ambrosetti, Alfredo - Chairman Ambrosetti Group

TR - Babacan, Ali - Minister of Economic Affairs

GR - Bakoyannis, Dora - Mayor of Athens

GB - Balls, Edward - Chief Economic Advisor to the Treasury

P - Balsemão, Francisco Pinto - Professor of Communication Science, New University, Lisbon; Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; Former Prime Minister

P - Barroso, José M. Durão - Prime Minister

TR - Bayar, Mehmet A. - Deputy Chairman of DYP (True Path Party)

A - Becker, Erich - Chairman of the Managing Board and CEO, VA Technologie AG

I -  Bendetti, Rodolfo de - Managing Director CIR S.p.A.

I - Bernabè, Franco - Chairman Franco Bernabe & C. S.p.A.

F - Beytout, Nicolas - Editor-in-Chief, Les Echos

KW - Bishara, Ahmad E. - Secretary General of Kuwait's liberal National Democratic Party

CDN - Black, Conrad M. - Chairman, Telegraph Group Limited

INT - Bolkestein, Frits - Internal Markets Commissioner, European Commission

USA - Bolton, John R. - Under-Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security

F - Bon, Michel - Honorary Chairman, France Telecom

F - Bruguière, Jean-Louis - First Vice President, Justice Department

D - Burda, Hubert - Publisher and CEO, Hubert Burda Media Holding GmbH & Co.

F - Camus, Phillipe - CEO, European Aeronautics Defence and Space company European Aeronautics Defence and Space company (EADS)

INT - Cary, Anthony J. - Head of Christopher Patten's cabinet, EU. [Patten is European Commissioner for Enlargement] 

F - Castries, Henri de - Chairman of the Board, AXA

E - Cebrián, Juan Luis - CEO, PRISA

B - Claes, Willy - Minister of State [Willy Claes is not now a Belgian Minister but former Belgian Foreign Minister and former Secretary General of NATO 1994-1995 - now disgraced - TG]

GB - Clarke, Kenneth - Member of Parliament, [former Chancellor of the Exchequer]

USA - Collins, Timothy C. - Senior Managing Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings LLC

F - Collomb, Bertrand - Chairman and CEO, Lafarge

F - Copé, Jean-François - Secretary of State in charge of relations with Parliament; Government Spokesman

USA - Corzine, Jon S. - Senator (D, New Jersey)

S - Dahlbäck, Claes - Chairman, Investor AB

GR - David, George A. - Chairman of the Board, Coca-Cola H.B.C. S.A.

USA - Donilon, Thomas E. - Executive Vice President, Fannie Mae

I - Draghi, Mario - Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs International

DK - Eldrup, Anders - CEO, Danish Oil and Gas Corporation

USA - Feldstein, Martin S. - President and CEO, National Bureau of Economic Research

CDN - Fell, Anthony S. - Chairman, RBC Dominion Securities Inc.

USA - Friedman, Thomas L. - Foreign Affairs Columnist, The New York Times

F - Gergorin, Jean-Luis - Executive Vice President, Strategic Coordination, European Aeronautics Defence and Space company (EADS)

USA - Gigot, Paul A. - Editorial page editor, The Wall Street Journal

F - Giscard d'Estaing, Valéry - French President 1974-81; Chairman of the Convention on the Future of Europe

N - Gjedrem, Svein - Governor, Central Bank of Norway

IRL - Gleeson, Dermot - Chairman designate, Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c.

GB - Gould, Philip - Public Relations Adviser to Prime Minister Blair

USA - Haass, Richard N. - Director, Office of Policy Planning Staff, State Department

NL - Halberstadt, Victor - Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings

CDN - Harper, Stephen - Leader of the Opposition

USA - Hertog, Roger - Vice-Chairman, Alliance Capital Management

NL - Hoop Scheffer, Jaap G. de - Minister for Foreign Affairs

USA - Hubbard, Allan B. - President, E&A Industries

USA - Hubbard, R. Glenn - Russell L. Carson Professor of Economics and Finance, Columbia University

USA - Johnson, James A. - Vice Chairman, Perseus L.L.C.

USA - Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. - Senior Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co. L.L.C.

CH - Kielholz, Walter B. - Former Chairman of the Board, Credit Suisse; Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Swiss Re

GB - King, Mervyn A. - Deputy Governor, Bank of England

USA - Kissinger, Henry A. - Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.; Member, Defense Policy Board; Member J.P. Morgan International Council

FIN - Kivinen, Olli - Senior Editor & Columnist, Helsingin Sanomat

NL - Kok, Wim - Former Prime Minister

D - Kopper, Hilmar - Former Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG

USA - Kravis, Henry R. - Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

USA - Kravis, Marie-Joseé - Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Inc.

INT - Lamy, Pascal - Trade Commissioner, European Commission

F - Lellouche, Pierre - Vice Chairman, NATO Parliamentary Assembly

F - Lévy-Lang, André - Former Chairman, Paribas

S - Lindh, Anna - Minister for Foreign Affairs

FIN - Lipponen, Paavo - Former Prime Minister; Speaker of the Parliament

DK - Lykketoft, Mogens - Chairman, Social Democrat Party

CDN - MacMillan, Margaret O. - Provost, Trinity College, University of Toronto

RUS - Margelov, Mikhail V. - Chairman, Committee for Foreign Affairs, Council of Federation

F - Montbrial, Thierry de - President, French Institute of International Relations (IFRI)

INT - Monti, Mario - Competition Commissioner, European Commission

USA - Mundie, Craig J. - Chief Technical Officer, Advanced Strategies and Policy, Microsoft Corporation

N - Myklebust, Egil - Chairman, Norsk Hydro ASA

D - Naas, Matthias - Deputy Editor, Die Zeit

NL - Netherlands, H.M. the Queen of the [Queen Beatrix - Royal Dutch Shell]

PL - Olechowski, Andrzej - Leader, Civic Platform

FIN - Ollila, Jorma - Chairman of the Board and CEO, Nokia Corporation

INT - Padoa-Schioppa, Thomasso - Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank

I - Panara, Marco - Journalist, La Republica

I - Passera, Corrado - Managing Director, Banca IntesaBCI

USA - Perkovich, George - Vice President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

USA - Perle, Richard N. - Member, Defense Policy Board ; Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute (AEI) for Public Policy Research; member Project for a New American Century (PNAC) 

B - Philippe, H.R.H. Prince - Crown Prince of Belgium

I - Poli, Roberto - Chairman, Eni S.p.A.

F - Ranque, Denis - Chairman and CEO, Thales Aerospace and Defence

DK - Rasmussen, Anders Fogh - Prime Minister

CDN - Reisman, Heather - President and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.

F - Riboud, Franck - Chairman and CEO, Danone Foods

CH - Ringier, Michael - CEO, Ringier AG

USA - Rockefeller, David - Member, J.P. Morgan International Council

P - Rodrigues, Eduardo Ferro - Leader of the Socialist Party; Member of Parliament

E - Rodriguez Inciarte, Matias - Executive Vice Chairman, Banco Santander Central Hispano

F - Roy, Olivier - Senior Researcher, CNRS

USA - Ruggie, John - Director, Center for Business and Government, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

NL - Ruys, Anthony - Chairman of the Board, Heineken N.V.

TR - Sanberk, Özdem - Director, Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation

I - Scaroni, Paolo - Managing Director, Enel S.p.A.

D - Schäuble, Wolfgang - Deputy Parliamentary Leader, CDU/CSU Group

D - Schily, Otto - Minister of the Interior

A - Scholten, Rudolf - Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG

D - Schrempp, Jurgen E - Chairman of the Board of Management, Daimler Chrysler AG

INT - Schwab, Klaus - President, World Economic Forum

DK - Seidenfaden, Toger - Editor in Chief, Ploitiken

RUS - Shevtsova, Lilia - Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

E - Spain, H.M. the Queen of   [King Juan Carlos (see photo) arrived with the queen, but he is not on this list]

USA - Steinberg, James B. - Vice President and Director, Foreign Policy Studies Program, The Brookings Institution

CDN - Steyn, Mark - Journalist for various publications

IRL - Sutherland, Peter D. - Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs International; Chairman, BP Amoco

USA - Thornton, John L. - President and CEO, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

F - Trichet, Jean Claude - Governor, Banque de France

GR - Tsoukalis, Loukas - Professor, University of Athens; President Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy

A - Trumpel-Gugerell, Gertrude - Vice Governor, Central Bank of Austria

CH - Vasella, Daniel L. - Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG

NL - Veer, Jeroen van der - President, Royal Dutch Petroleum Company; Vice Chairman of the Committee of Managing Directors of Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies

F - Villin, Philippe - Vice Chairman, Lehman Brothers Europe

NL - Vries, Klaas de - Member of Parliament (Labour); Former Minister of the Interior

FIN - Whalroos, Björn - President and CEO, Sampo plc.

S - Wallenberg, Jacob - Chairman of the Board, Skandinavivska Enskilda Banken

GB - Williams, Gareth - Leader of the House of Lords

GB - Wolf, Martin H. - Associate Editor/Economics Commentator, The Financial Times

USA/INT - Wolfensohn, James D. - President, The World Bank

USA - Wolfowitz, Paul - Deputy Secretary of Defense, US Department of Defense

USA - Zakaria, Fareed - Editor, Newsweek International

USA - Zoellick, Robert - Principal Trade Adviser to the President

D - Zumwinkel, Klaus - Chairman, Deutsche Post Worldnet AG


GB - Micklethwait, R. John - United States Editor, The Economist

GB - Rachman, Gideon - Brussels Correspondent, The Economist

PEPIS#50 - Bilderberg venue confirmed

Date: Fri May 16, 2003 11:05 am

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PEPIS #49 Bilderberg Secretary-General profiled

1. Kissinger hopes to dodge French subpoena

2. Ex Kissinger Associates partner to rule Iraq

3. Profile of Martin Taylor - Secretary General of Bilderberg

And all the usual news between the lines at


1. Kissinger hopes to dodge French subpoena


It now looks certain that war crimes suspect Henry Kissinger will be in Versailles, Paris, France for next week's annual Bilderberg Conference (15th to 18th May 2003). I shall be in Versailles on the 15th to confirm [or deny ;-)] the venue and timing. If it doesn't take place I'll post that up and take a few days off!

What a wonderful opportunity for the French authorities - who asked British police for permission to question Kissinger when he came to London last year - to finally get some answers from the man who is believed to have instigated the 1973 Chilean coup where.

Mr Kissinger was visiting Paris in May 2001 when police delivered a summons to the Ritz, where he was staying, asking him to present himself to Judge Roger Le Loire at the Palais de Justice. He was being told to answer questions about the disappearance of five French nationals after the Chilean coup he is believed to have organised in 1973 when US secretary of state.

Please pass these details on to anyone you know involved in this case, whether from the Chilean, Spanish or the French parties. To let them know that Henry will be in the country.

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2. Ex Kissinger partner to rule Iraq


Ex-Reagan aide to head civilian administration

Julian Borger in Washington Friday May 2, 2003 The Guardian

Paul Bremer, a former US diplomat and terrorism expert, will be Iraq's civilian administrator, it was reported yesterday.

The appointment is seen in Washington as a victory for the secretary of state, Colin Powell, in his battle with the Pentagon for control of Iraq's future.

Mr Bremer, who was Ronald Reagan's adviser on counter- terrorism and now runs a crisis consultancy, will oversee the Pentagon's man in Baghdad, the retired general Jay Garner, who is expected to leave Iraq in the next few months.

A spokesman at Mr Bremer's Marsh Crisis Consulting office would not comment on yesterday's press reports. The White House is expected to announce his appointment before the end of the week.

Gen Garner, a personal friend of the defence secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, is controversial because of his links to the arms industry and his public statements in support of Ariel Sharon's government in Israel.

He made it clear that he saw his role as head of the office of reconstruction and humanitarian aid (ORHA) as transitory. But it was unclear until yesterday whether the new US administrator in Iraq would be chosen by the Pentagon or the state department.

However, the role of civilian administrator may prove to be a poisoned chalice as Iraqis grow restive under foreign occupation. The killing of at least 15 demonstrators by US troops during protests in Falluja this week illustrate how quickly the occupation can turn bloody.

Gen Garner's British deputy at ORHA, Major-General Tim Cross, said that getting the Iraqi ministries back on their feet was progressing faster than they had hoped for, and that ORHA could be handing over to an Iraqi interim administration soon.

"I hope we will be out of here by June," he said.

Six of the opposition parties involved in talks on the future of Iraq in London have been discussing a strategy since Wednesday. They will meet other groups and representatives in a national council at the end of the month to choose an interim administration.

ORHA's view is that the feared humanitarian crisis has not occurred, the damage to infrastructure is minimal, and the Iraqis have been quick to begin organising themselves to revive their ministries.

Mr Bremer will then focus on the political transition. He is reputed to be a consummate diplomat, having served 23 years in the state department. He then worked in Henry Kissinger's global consulting practice before setting up his own business in 2001.,3604,947843,00.html


3. Profile of Martin Taylor - Secretary General of Bilderberg


This is over a year old but quite an enlightening read I think you'll agree. Interesting to see that Taylor is a non-executive director of Genetic Engineering firm Antigenics. This company is developing personalised cancer 'vaccines', a technology which can also be used to make bioweapons which attack individuals or specific racial groups. No doubt Antigenics is trumpeted as a 'healthy investment' but is it helping the sick or helping bring Hitler's perverted dream of a 'master race' into the 21st century Martin?

Bilderberg Secretary-General Martin Taylor

From Management Today - 14/03/2002

Born 8 June 1952 in Burnley. Educated Eton and Balliol College, Oxford 1974: Financial journalist, Reuters 1978: Writer, Lex column, Financial Times 1982: Joins Courtaulds 1984: Director of Courtaulds plc and MD of Courtaulds Textiles 1990: CEO of Courtaulds Textiles after its demerger from Courtaulds 1994: CEO of Barclays plc 1997: Heads task force advising Treasury on tax and benefit reform 1999: Becomes chairman of WH Smith and adviser to Goldman Sachs Martin Taylor is also a director of the Buttonwood Focus hedge fund, the broadcaster RTL, the agrochemical firm Syngenta and the biotech business Antigenics.

After the famous bust-up at Barclays, he put his great future as a CEO behind him and, when not advising Gordon Brown or railing against the euro, does the portfolio rounds at WH Smith, Goldman Sachs and elsewhere. This brainy ascetic is as enigmatic as his CV

Martin Taylor looks a new man. Big smile, friendly handshake, chummy demeanour, strolling down the office tall and trim asking when I want to start, as if he has always been that kind of easy-going guy. He has on the dress-down gear to match his mood - open-neck knitted shirt, slacks, loafers, blue cord jacket slung over a chair.

Sorry? Is this the same young man-in-a-hurry who ran Barclays at the age of 41 and used to terrify many with his sombre suits and steelier intellect? Well, we're all a bit more relaxed now. Taylor, 49, has a portfolio career - non-exec chairman of WH Smith, adviser to Goldman Sachs, a clutch of directorships - and the change is clearly doing him good. He has also recently divorced and started a new family with someone rather younger than himself ... maybe it is more than just a change of office that has put a spring in his step.

I wish I'd had the opportunity to ask him, but at that stage I didn't know and Taylor wasn't about to tell me. He was seeing me on the hoof, anyway; he'd had to cancel the first appointment, had rung up later to apologise, said pop in tomorrow, he wasn't doing anything. The joys of portfolio flexibility.

If it's Friday, it must be Smith's. So there we are in his third-floor office in WH Smith's corporate HQ in London's Wigmore Street, informal as anything, small room, small desk, table, chairs, only the line of serious-looking books marching tirelessly across the windowsill giving a hint of personality.

Milk? Taylor pours my coffee and appears so genial that I am pinching myself. The last time we had met, at Barclays six years ago, he had been earnest, fast-talking, body tensed, crouched over my tape recorder, the sheer weight of running one of Britain's biggest firms seeming to bow him over. He had also shown signs of polite exasperation whenever I couldn't keep up. Everything was so complex, his intellectual rigour so sharp, his drive so unsparing that I found an hour in his company just made me feel a bit thick.

Taylor had started in journalism before moving into industry, and I had expected him to be more sympathetic. Others found him hard work too. As one of his former colleagues put it: 'Martin's great, but he is not the kind of guy you would go down the pub with.'

Then bang, three and a bit years ago, the golden boy suddenly walked from Barclays for reasons that have never quite been explained. Ructions over future strategy? Fallout with the chairman? Bored? Since then, Taylor, once hailed as the brightest young prospect in British management, has joined many other ex-CEOs in the portfolio routine, taking time off to advise Gordon Brown, sort out his family life and appear before the odd parliamentary select committee or two. He has also, perhaps unusually for a New Labour adviser, been an occasional campaigner against the euro, which he believes Britain would be mad to sign up to. Taylor, I suspect, is not loyal to any party line, simply to his intellect. Hence he is corruscating about matters he finds illogical, in a manner that many bosses would deem ill-advised..........

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PEPIS #48 - 25Mar03 - Bilderberg 2003 set for Versailles

Leaks from last May's Bilderberg meeting were one of the first indications in the world that Iraq had been selected for the transatlantic alliance's next military outing.

Bilderberg appears to be where plans for U.S. imperial adventurism are run past the handful of people powerful enough to stop them. As the illegal Iraq invasion crawls on, what will be the next staging post in the global crisis being engineered by the governments of Britain, The United States and Israel? Judging by last year's leaks, a fly on the wall in Versailles might well discover the answer.

The lower echelons of the ruling class are being told right now that the world is facing total financial meltdown. The only way to save their hard earned investments, they are told, is to throw their weight behind this global crisis centred around the Middle East to replace the time-expired East-West cold war crisis.

In fact, one other way out is to abandon global capitalism altogether (apologies for starting it in the English Civil War by-the-way) and introduce state-sanctioned local money systems controlled and owned by the people of all nations. Instead we (in Europe) are being railroaded into the Eurodollar. If you were ever under an illusion that the Euro was different to the dollar then look on the back of each note - it shows a bridge stretching out from Europe across the Atlantic.

One can never be 100% certain about a venue and dates for Bilderberg but it does seem pretty likely that this is the spot:

The Trianon Palace Hotel - 1, Boulevard de la Reine, Versailles, Paris, France. May 15-18 2003. Kenneth Clarke, in a letter to a Scottish anti-Bilderberg campaigner, has confirmed the venue.

The Trianon Palace Hotel

American Free Press will be covering developments in the run-up and during the conference. The annual task remains to break Bilderberg's wall of secrecy at Versailles this May.

And see for the latest Bilderberg gossip.

On a personal note I intend to suspend new postings to this website to concentrate on making sure the Bilderberg site stays up there for you. This list will revert to only 2 postings a year. One to announce the venue when it's discovered and one to announce the official participant list. You'll find links to many honest and well-informed news sites such as Online Journal, What Really Happened and Common Dreams on my War on Freedom page at

Where will the global crisis end? It seems likely a 'Christian'/'Jewish' vs. 'Moslem' conflict will emerge from this Middle East crisis which is ironic, since the political leaders of all sides, Bin Laden, Bush, Sharon, Saddam etc. appear to be secular, with little love for God, the poor, or for their fellow man. Misguided marionettes Bush and Blair certainly show contempt for the ten commandments which indicates their professed Christianity may be nothing more than a cover story.

Keep a close eye too on Zionist attempts to rebuild Solomon's temple in Jerusalem, to expand Israel's borders and to wipe out the Palestinian people. The Zionist eye is firmly on the main chance: feeding the fire of interreligious hatred amongst the worlds three monotheistic religions.

Oh, and if you are despairing, like I am, at what passes for film or television these days, remind yourself that it really did used to be much better. Watch a seventies conspiracy movie such as 'The Parallax View' or Robert Redford's 'Three Days of the Condor'.

Tony Gosling - 25Mar03

PEPIS #47 - 20Mar03 - King of the war profiteers

1. King of the war profiteers

New Yorker article makes Bush's war adviser spit

2. Cheltenham's unnamed anti-war hero

28 year old GCHQ woman reveals that US govt. is spying on its UN 'allies'

3. Where will they invade after Saudi Arabia & Iraq?

But the next Bilderberg meeting is secret

4. Nazi launderers at the centre of today's banking system

New material to the web - on the BIS

5. The Newspeak of this war

Robert Fisk

6. New Dunblane massacre/freemason connections

Dunblane secret documents contain letters by Tory and Labour ministers

7. Those US oil interests in detail

Ex-oil worker Alf Mendes takes a fresh look at American oil interests

8. BBC transmit evidence of Isreali use of Nerve Gas

9. Police about to nail London's satanic child killers?



1. King of the war profiteers

New Yorker article makes Bush's war adviser spit

When one man's blood is another man's money



Why was Richard Perle meeting with Adnan Khashoggi?

Issue of 2003-03-17 Posted 2003-03-10

At the peak of his deal-making activities, in the nineteen-seventies, the Saudi-born businessman Adnan Khashoggi brokered billions of dollars in arms and aircraft sales for the Saudi royal family, earning hundreds of millions in commissions and fees. Though never convicted of wrongdoing, he was repeatedly involved in disputes with federal prosecutors and with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and in recent years he has been in litigation in Thailand and Los Angeles, among other places, concerning allegations of stock manipulation and fraud. During the Reagan Administration, Khashoggi was one of the middlemen between Oliver North, in the White House, and the mullahs in Iran in what became known as the Iran-Contra scandal. Khashoggi subsequently claimed that he lost ten million dollars that he had put up to obtain embargoed weapons for Iran which were to be bartered (with Presidential approval) for American hostages. The scandals of those times seemed to feed off each other: a congressional investigation revealed that Khashoggi had borrowed much of the money for the weapons from the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (B.C.C.I.), whose collapse, in 1991, defrauded thousands of depositors and led to years of inquiry and litigation.

Khashoggi is still brokering. In January of this year, he arranged a private lunch, in France, to bring together Harb Saleh al-Zuhair, a Saudi industrialist whose family fortune includes extensive holdings in construction, electronics, and engineering companies throughout the Middle East, and Richard N. Perle, the chairman of the Defense Policy Board, who is one of the most outspoken and influential American advocates of war with Iraq.

The Defense Policy Board is a Defense Department advisory group composed primarily of highly respected former government officials, retired military officers, and academics. Its members, who serve without pay, include former national-security advisers, Secretaries of Defense, and heads of the C.I.A. The board meets several times a year at the Pentagon to review and assess the country’s strategic defense policies.

Perle is also a managing partner in a venture-capital company called Trireme Partners L.P., which was registered in November, 2001, in Delaware. Trireme’s main business, according to a two-page letter that one of its representatives sent to Khashoggi last November, is to invest in companies dealing in technology, goods, and services that are of value to homeland security and defense. The letter argued that the fear of terrorism would increase the demand for such products in Europe and in countries like Saudi Arabia and Singapore........

Youy can read the rest at .....


2. Cheltenham's unnamed anti-war hero

28 year old GCHQ woman reveals that US govt. is spying on its 'allies',12239,905936,00.html

Revealed: US dirty tricks to win vote on Iraq war

The NSA main switchboard put The Observer through to extension 6727 at the agency which was answered by an assistant, who confirmed it was Koza's office. However, when The Observer asked to talk to Koza about the surveillance of diplomatic missions at the United Nations, it was then told 'You have reached the wrong number'.  On protesting that the assistant had just said this was Koza's extension, the assistant repeated that it was an erroneous extension, and hung up.

Sunday March 2, 2003 - Observer - US plan to bug Security Council: the text,12239,905954,00.html

Online document: The text of the memorandum detailing the US plan to bug the phones and emails of key Security Council members, revealed in today's Observer:

To: [Recipients withheld] From: FRANK KOZA, Def Chief of Staff (Regional Targets) CIV/NSA Sent on Jan 31 2003 0:16 Subject: Reflections of Iraq Debate/Votes at UN-RT Actions + Potential for Related Contributions Importance: HIGH Top Secret//COMINT//X1


As you've likely heard by now, the Agency is mounting a surge particularly directed at the UN Security Council (UNSC) members (minus US and GBR of course) for insights as to how to membership is reacting to the on-going debate RE: Iraq, plans to vote on any related resolutions, what related policies/ negotiating positions they may be considering, alliances/ dependencies, etc - the whole gamut of information that could give US policymakers an edge in obtaining results favorable to US goals or to head off surprises. In RT, that means a QRC surge effort to revive/ create efforts against UNSC members Angola, Cameroon, Chile, Bulgaria and Guinea, as well as extra focus on Pakistan UN matters.....

For the rest of this article and leaked memo see


3. Where will they invade after Saudi Arabia & Iraq?

But the next Bilderberg meeting is secret

Leaks from the last Bilderberg meeting revealed that Iraq was the next 'come what may' target for the United States' so-called War on Terrorism. Part of the 2002 gathering just outside Washington DC was devoted to persuading participancts to get in behind a US invasion of Iraq. With Isreal a rogue state in possession of Nuclear & Chemical weapons. Developing genetically targetted bio-weapons AND committing genocide against the Palestinian people, one might have thought that they would be the subject of a UN led invasion??? But no.

At the end May 2003 the Bilderbergers will be trying to drum up support for the next un-American target after Iraq but will anyone apart outside this tiny demonic cabal be in on their secret?


4. Nazi launderers at the centre of today's banking system

New material to the web - on the BIS

Chapter 1 - A Bank for All Reasons

From: 'Trading With The Enemy, How the Allied multinationals supplied Nazi Germany throughout World War Two' - By Charles Higham - pub. Robert Hale, London - 1983 - ISBN 0 7090 10230

On a bright May morning in 1944, while young Americans were dying on the Italian beachheads, Thomas Harrington McKittrick, American president of the Nazi-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, arrived at his office to preside over a fourth annual meeting in time of war. This polished American gentleman sat down with his German, Japanese, Italian, British, and American executive staff to discuss such important matters as the $378 million in gold that had been sent to the Bank by the Nazi government after Pearl Harbor for use by its leaders after the war. Gold that had been looted from the national banks of Austria, Holland, Belgium, and Czechoslovakia, or melted down from the Reichsbank holding of the teeth fillings, spectacle frames, cigarette cases and lighters, and wedding rings of the murdered Jews.

The Bank for International Settlements was a joint creation in 1930 of the world's central banks, including the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Its existence was inspired by Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht, Nazi Minister of Economics and president of the Reichsbank, part of whose early upbringing was in Brooklyn, and who had powerful Wall Street connections. He was seconded by the all important banker Emil Puhl, who continued under the regime of Schacht's successor, Dr. Walther Funk.

Sensing Adolf Hitler's lust for war and conquest, Schacht, even before Hitler rose to power in the Reichstag, pushed for an institution that would retain channels of communication and collusion between the world's financial leaders even in the event of an international conflict. It was written into the Bank's charter, concurred in by the respective governments, that the BIS should be immune from seizure, closure or censure, whether or not its owners were at war. These owners included the Morgan-affiliated First National Bank of New York (among whose directors were Harold S. Vanderbilt and Wendell Willkie), the Bank of England, the Reichsbank, the Bank of Italy, the Bank of France, and other central banks. Established under the Morgan banker Owen D. Young's so-called Young Plan, the BIS's ostensible purpose was to provide the Allies with reparations to be paid by Germany for World War I. The Bank soon turned out to be the instrument of an opposite function. It was to be a money funnel for American and British funds to flow into Hitler's coffers and to help Hitler build up his machine.

The BIS was completely under Hitler's control by the outbreak of World War II...........

For the rest of this chapter on the BIS see


5. The Newspeak of this war

Robert Fisk

Part of a longer article which deals with the reporting of this war as a form of domestic psycological warfare

Weasel words to watch for

'Inevitable revenge' - for the executions of Saddam's Baath party officials which no one actually said were inevitable.

'Stubborn' or 'suicidal' - to be used when Iraqi forces fight rather than retreat.

'Allegedly' - for all carnage caused by Western forces.

'At last, the damning evidence' - used when reporters enter old torture chambers.

'Officials here are not giving us much access' - a clear sign that reporters in Baghdad are confined to their hotels.

'Life goes on' - for any pictures of Iraq's poor making tea.

'Remnants' - allegedly 'diehard' Iraqi troops still shooting at the Americans but actually the first signs of a resistance movement dedicated to the 'liberation' of Iraq from its new western occupiers.

'Newly liberated' - for territory and cities newly occupied by the Americans or British.

'What went wrong?' - to accompany pictures illustrating the growing anarchy in Iraq as if it were not predicted.


6. New Dunblane massacre/freemason connections

Dunblane secret documents contain letters by Tory and Labour ministers

Investigation: By Neil Mackay, Home Affairs Editor

LETTERS between Labour and Tory ministers and correspondence relating to Thomas Hamilton's alleged involvement with Freemasonry are part of a batch of more than 100 documents about the Dunblane mass murder which have been sealed from public sight for 100 years.

The documents include a letter connected to Hamilton, which was sent by George Robertson, currently head of Nato, to Michael Forsyth, who was then Secretary of State for Scotland.

Until now it was thought that a 100-year public secrecy order had only been placed on one police report into Hamilton which allegedly named high-profile politicians and legal figures. However, a Sunday Herald investigation has uncovered that 106 documents, which were submitted to the Dunblane inquiry in 1996, were also placed under the 100-year rule.

The Scottish Executive has claimed the 100-year secrecy order was placed on the Central Police report, which was drafted in 1991 five years before the murders, to protect the identities of children named in the report. Hamilton had allegedly abused a number of children prior to his 1996 gun attack on Dunblane primary school in which 16 primary one children and a teacher died before Hamilton turned his gun on himself.

However, only a handful of the documents, which the Sunday Herald has discovered to be also subject to the 100-year rule, relate to children or name alleged abuse victims.

The most intriguing document is listed as: 'Copy of letter from Thomas Hamilton to Dunblane parents regarding boys' club, and flyer advertising Dunblane Boys' Sports Club. Both sent to Rt Hon Michael Forsyth, MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, by George Robertson MP.' Also closed under the 100-year rule is a 'submission to Lord James Douglas Hamilton, MP, Minister of State at the Scottish Office, concerning government evidence to the Inquiry'.

Another document relates to correspondence between the clerk of the Dunblane inquiry, which was presided over by Lord Cullen, and a member of the public regarding 'possible affiliations of Thomas Hamilton with Freemasonry ... and copy letters from Thomas Hamilton'.

For the rest see


7. Those US oil interests in detail

Ex-oil worker Alf Mendes takes a fresh look at American oil interests


Alf Mendes - 07Mar03

NB: (a) All text within double-quotation marks are quotes from the following US Departments: The Trade & Development Agency and the Energy Information Agency of the Department of Energy - unless noted otherwise

There is an unmistakeable thread running through America's move eastward since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Using their vast economic clout - in the form of loans, grants and sanctions - and backed by threatening military supremacy (to say nothing of the use of 'unattributable' mercenary groups such as the MPRI), the Americans accomplished two objectives:

(a) dismembered federal Yugoslavia, thus delivering a death-blow to the last country in Europe still -in their eyes - tainted with 'communism'; and (b) the instability in the region which this inevitably created, supplied them with a reason/excuse for maintaining a strong military presence there, in the form of Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo (built by Brown & Root, of whose parent company, Halliburton, the present Vice President of the US Dick Cheney was CEO).....

You can read the rest at


8. BBC transmit evidence of Isreali use of Nerve Gas

At 11:20 pm on Monday 17th March 2003 BBC2 transmitted Olenka Frenkiel's TV documentary 'Isreal's Secret Weapon' about Mordechai Vanunu who has spent 11 years in solitary confinement for revealing Isreals advanced nuclear weapons programme to the world. But in the documentary we saw pictures of hospitalised Palestinians convulsing and twitching wildly after being subject to a mystery gas sprayed at themon the streets by the IDF. The uncontrollable convulsions are a hideous but sure sign of the use of nerve gas in the occupied territories.

This, to my knowledge, is the first time anywhere that Isreal's use of nerve gas in the occupied territories has been put on the record. You can get the film from the BBC if you wish


9. Police about to nail London's satanic child killers?


Mar 10 2003

Mirror joins Thames torso team investigating African link By Jeff Edwards in Oshogbo, Nigeria

THE monkey's shrivelled, grinning death mask stares up from a stinking cardboard box.

Next to it is the rotting carcass of an eagle wrapped in yellowing newspapers and the decomposing skull of a cheetah cub.

Three thousand miles from London, in 100 degrees of African heat, this sickening "ju-ju market" is just one of the horrors unfolding before a British police team hunting the black-magic killers of a little boy whose mutilated body was found in the Thames.

Naked but for a pair of orange shorts, his head, arms and legs severed from his torso, the victim - named Adam by detectives - had every drop of blood drained from his body.

Now the search for his sacrificial killers has led a Scotland Yard team to the West African country of Nigeria in what officers describe as probably the most "ambitious and unusual" investigation the Yard has undertaken. The Daily Mirror was the only newspaper invited to travel with the police team. Daily it is forced to pit modern, scientific methods and old-fashioned police legwork against the dark rituals of witchcraft, voodoo and ju-ju that are still practised in this superstition-shrouded corner of the world....

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PEPIS #46 - Iraqi blood and Pentagon games

21st January 2003

As Tony Blair prepares to cross the totalitarian rubicon this PEPIS message is a bit busier than usual - with something to please anyone genuinely looking for hope in what is becoming a severely mentally ill western alliance. So mentally ill in fact that we have a self-harming criminal United States administration on our hands. The explosives used in the Bali bomb were from the U. S. military, John O'Neill got sacked for investigating the WTC hijackers.

Anyway, God bless you all, dear subscribers :-)

1. The Bush family death cult echos Nazi obsession with the occult

2. Muslims warn Iraq war will bring UK terror attacks

3. Google search engine as a weapon of war

4. Move over Darling - the solution for Britain's railways

5. Freemasonic powerplay in the late eighteenth century

6. Some film and book reccommendations

7. Tony Blair's Christmas visit to Egypt

8. Iraq blitz may begin Monday 17th February?

9. Iraqi blood and Pentagon games

10. The Bush family Nazi collaboration timeline


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1. The Bush family death cult echos Nazi obsession with the occult


The arab world seem to know all about the Bush family's occult connections - so why aren't the western media, the Guardian, the BBC, the Independent, Channel 4 news and all the other so-called free-press networks of the west telling us about the gerrymandering U.S. president's family obsession with the occult? Can anyone take seriously Bush's claim to be a Christian? If the destruction of the twin towers can be beamed out live to the world on television then why heaven't we yet seen Yale campus' Skull and Bones initiation, which is known about well in advance?

At Skull and Bones, Bush's Secret Club Initiates Ream Gore

by Ron Rosenbaum

The Observer Mission Impossible Force met to plot strategy an hour before sunset on initiation night, Saturday, April 12. It is not widely known, but Tap Night, which occurs on Thursday, is not generally the same as initiation night. The good stuff happens on Saturday night, and already limos are cruising the quiet streets that crisscross the Yale campus, conveying initiates of other secret societies to their rituals. Bones initiates come on foot, knock on the massive triple-locked wooden door of the Tomb and are conveyed to the first stage of the ritual. But we are getting ahead of ourselves.

2. Muslims warn Iraq war will spark domestic racial haterd


Moderate muslims in the UK are sending out a clear warning. If Tony Blair decides to go along with George W's plan to commondere Iraq's oil reserves, he will be throwing away decades of work in our cities to bring about good race relations. Tony Blair will be putting ammunition into the hands of extreme right racist groups which stand to gain substantially from the righteous resentment muslims will feel towards Blair's economic motives. Appropriate, since facism rears its ugly head when powerful corporations and the lust for power is allowed to cast its spell over the upper echelons of government. What makes matters worse is that the excuse being used to justify this war on Iraq, weapons of mass destruction, were the real motive Britain and the U.S. would be preparing to invade Israel.

British Muslims fear conflict for generations,3604,874221,00.html

Jeevan Vasagar - Tuesday January 14, 2003 - The Guardian

Britain's biggest Muslim organisation yesterday warned Tony Blair that war with Iraq would cause community relations to deteriorate and breed "bitterness and conflict for generations to come".

Iqbal Sacranie, secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, urged the prime minister to use his influence to "avert the destruction of an important Muslim country" and warned of deep cynicism among British Muslims about the motives for the war on terror.

In a letter to No 10, Mr Sacranie described the plans for war as a "colonial policy".

"It is generally believed the real American objective behind such an invasion is to change the political map of the Middle East, appropriate its oil wealth and appoint Israel as a regional superpower exercising total hegemony over the entire Middle East and beyond," he wrote.

A war would worsen relations between communities and faiths in Britain as well as causing "lasting damage" to relations between the Muslim world and the west, Mr Sacranie added.

The opposition of the MCB, a moderate organisation linked to dozens of community groups, highlights the failure of the US and Britain to convince Muslims in the west of the validity of the war on terrorism.

Seven out of 10 British Muslims believe the war on terror is a war on Islam, according to an ICM poll published last month.

3. Google search engine as a weapon of war


I am reminded of the May 1979 'Operations Manual' title 'Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars' as the military machine's obsession with controlling freedom of information shifts up a gear, grinding towards its Orwellian conclusion. One wonders what convoluted excuses are passed to those who are, as we speak, disappearing vast chunks of 'un-american' fact and opinion from the index of the world's most powerful and most trusted search engine.

Respected internet service - - which keeps copies of old web-pages, appears to have sold out to the American military and/or the forces of darkness too. Several important websites criticising the United States and with information about the occult simply do not appear. Archive dot org can be a useful resource but one must ask why the internet archive has a 'blind spot' in these crucial spiritual areas. The last internet archive for my - - website is a year ago - before I put up information about George W Bush's occult activities. Anoher reason for grabbing the bilderberg website, with the help of an offline browser program, now.

Of all last Sunday's broadsheets, only the Independent had a front page story on the tremendous outpouring of sentiment in the U.S., Britain and across the world, against the most indefensible war yet waged by the dark anti-democratic forces that now control the West. Today the paper's website - - was not there. "Please check the server name, and try again" said the bloodthirsty silent weapon.

An examination of Google is revealing: The string "During two years as an informer, Hassaine was asked to steal scores of documents from senior preachers at mosques in north London" which has been on the site for over eight months appears on my secret services page - but was NOT listed by Google on 26th November 2002.

What a corker when Google let slip that anyone applying for a job with them hasd to have the highest level of U.S. military security clerarance! Suddenly the jovial 'front end' begins to look like Ronald MacDonald's evil grin.

Matthew Cutts, one of Googles 'top' software engineers, is the winner of more prizes for distorting the truth than any other programmer on planet earth. Could that be because he cut his teeth to fang-like points at the National Security Agency. But is Cutts a misguided geek? plain stupid? or a CIA supremacist? You choose. None of the posssibilities are very appealing. Although unavailable for interview (his glowing CV has disappeared though I have put a saved version up on my page ) Cutts was heard to say "We've gotta kill all the Muslims before they kill us". Give that boy a $20,000 prize!

4. Move over Darling - the solution for Britain's railways


Far from demanding Britain's minister for traffic jams, Alistair Darling, resign, last Sunday's Observer item had a helpless, resigned ring to it. "Transport Secretary Alistair Darling admits today he cannot say when, if ever, Britain will have an efficient and reliable rail system." The Observer hack might have bothered to tell us that there are many hundreds of people in the nation with both knowledge of the railways and experience to boot, both of which Blair's Trojan horse minister for railways lacks.

Far better suited for the job of Labour Transport Secretary is a branch secretary of the train driver's union ASLEF who wishes to remain anonymous. Blair could make him a Lord and give him the job tomorrow if he really gave a damn about trade unionism or Britain's transport. Our ASLEF comrade understands the blindingly obvious solution to conjestion on Britain's roads is an efficient railway network, and he has the vision and the arguments to change it for the better which Darling hasn't.

The process must begin now to put back together what the man from the board of ICI, Dr Beeching, knobbled in the sixties. Beeching got everything else on the tracks to subsidise long chemical and fuel trains. He was as qualified for that job as Alistair Darling is for the job of Britain's Transport secretary. So... rise Lord ASLEF, or else it's jam today, jam tomorrow and jam forever.

Nice one ASLEF. Move over Darling

ref: Observer - 19Jan02,6903,877817,00.html

The future of the rail network

anonymous branch secretary, ASLEF
contact Tony to pass a message on

I firstly believe that the only way we can harness the overriding potential that the railway network has is to take it back once again under public ownership. Recent events have starkly demonstrated the massive failure of the privatised railway in modern Britain.

Aside from the major accidents of recent years, we have increasing proof that these companies charged with the running of the railway have little or no aspirations for future development and expansion, unless government make good the expense incurred. In response to this beligerant attitude, I must ask the question "What is the point in paying for a project, plus the privateers profit margin when we could simply pay for the project?"

In the last day or two we have seen Network Rail take the long overdue decision to take the lines in the Reading area back under public maintainence. I sincerely hope that this is merely the start of a sweeping programme of contracts being discontinued at the review stage, and the responsibilities detailed in the contracts taken back into the public sector. The fact remains, that in order to extend or enhance the railway, we must get a real grip on the perverse cost of the most straight forward project in order to justify the money being diverted into the future of a public service- because that is what the railways are- in an age where profitability, and credibility outweigh the benefits something can give to the community in terms of deciding factors.

Furthermore, I believe that this sweeping programme of which I speak does not simply stop there. The same ethos should be rigourously applied to the joke that is franchising. Separating wheel from rail was never a good idea, that was universally recognised by everyone except those who made their fortune from it. It is these people whose hands are now stained with the blood of those who perished at Southall, Ladbroke Grove, Hatfield, and most recently of course Potters Bar. Safety is paramount, and as such should never be sacrificed at the alter of so called railway profit (there really is no such thing!) or indeed cuts to the provision the railways make, either in number of services, number of staff, or indeed the role that those staff play.

The way forward in my mind is a two fold journey; The return of the railways to public ownership, accountability and control, and a radical change in the way that this public service is administrated.

In essence, to take the commercial element away from the railway balance sheet is to half the amount of problems currently standing in the way of numerous re-opening proposals, such as the Uckfield - Lewes line, the Hull Paragon - Sutton on Hull, Patrington, Withernsea, and the route from Hull Paragon to Hornsea to name but three, as well as numerous proposed light rail schemes, and the electrification of lines such as Oxted - Uckfield. The more cynical would say that the other half of the problems standing in the way represent the need for efficiency and value. I do believe that with the right approach, and a suitable radically pragmatic programme for the future, this could very well be achieved. Here would also be an excellent opportunity to make rail fares much more competitive, thus making rail more attractive to the would be user.

I believe that these suggestions would form the best way forward for our railways, so we can ensure that we have the level of control over railway affairs which will enable us to expand, to enhance, to sustain.

Above all this type of approach would allow us to not only take ownership of the railways, but also to turn it into something we can be rightfully proud of, the pinnacle that it once was.

5. Freemasonic powerplay in the late eighteenth century


"Of all the means I know to lead men, the most effectual is a concealed mystery. The hankering of the mind is irresistible;" [Adam Weishaupt]

One of the latest additions to my site is likely to be as interesting to freemasons as to those non-masons intrigued by what might go on behind the lodge door. Certainly the twentiy-first century attempt to turn everyone away from politics and the message of Jesus Christ has been mightily successful. This tract looks at the Eighteenth century origins of this ambitious project. The idea was and is to make democratic government, through masonic infiltration, so unworkable as to be rejected by the people. In exchange we get a global state apparatus run by giant media corporations, security and telecommunications companies.

Not least because of the masonic blood-oaths, freemasonry is absolutely NOT compatible with Christianity. The uninspiring lead given in today's mason-embracing Church of England and Opus Dei dominated Catholic church should make us, and them, turn to the opening chapters of Revelation which spell out how established church institutions are going astray, with unbelieving clergy doing their worst and leading the flock over the cliff. Which is where the man-made religion comes in.

The exasperating mess the British church and democracy are in begins to make sense, and further light is shed on Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's "powers at work in this country about which we have no knowledge". Maybe you haven't seen the latest addition to the Bilderberg website maam?

Proofs of a conspiracy - Schizms in Freemasonry

"[in] the Mason Lodges there the most ignorant of all the ignorant, gaping for instruction from our deputies" [Adam Weishaupt]

"If a writer publishes any thing that attracts notice, and is in itself just, but does not accord with our plan, we must endeavour to win him over, or decry him." [Adam Weishaupt]

We cannot improve the world without improving women, who have such a mighty infiuence on the men. But how shall we get hold of them? ...We must begin with grown girls ... It may immediately be a very pretty Society, under the management of Ptolemy's wife, but really under his management. ['Minos']

"The Lodge de la Parfaite Intelligence at Liege, contained, in December 1770, the Prince Bishop, and the greatest part of his Chapter, and all the Office-bearers were dignitaries of the church; yet a discourse given by the Brother Orator was as poignant a satire on superstition and credulity, as if it had been written by Voltaire."

"Oppressions of all kinds were at a height. The luxuries of life were enjoyed exclusively by the upper classes, and this in the highest degree of refinement; so that the desires of the rest were whetted to the utmost. Religion appeared in its worst form, and seemed calculated solely for procuring establishments for the younger sons of the insolent and useless noblesse. The morals of the higher orders of the clergy and of the laity were equally corrupted."

"The misconduct of administration, and the abuse of the public treasures, were every day growing more impudent and glaring, and exposed the government to continual criticism."

"When the Order of Knights Templars was abolished by Philip the Fair, and cruelly persecuted, some worthy persons escaped, and took refuge in the Highlands of Scotland, where they concealed themselves in caves."

"He showed them a map of the Masonic Empire arranged into provinces, each of which had distinguishing emblems."

"There is an excellent work printed at Bern by the author Heinzmann, a bookseller, called, Appeal to my Country, concerning a Combination of Writers, and Booksetlers, to rule the Literature of Germany, and form the public mind into a contempt for the religion and civil establishments of the Empire. It contains a historical account of the publications in every branch of literature for about thirty years."

"In a periodical work, published at. Neuwied, called Algemein Zeitung der Freymaurerey, we have the list of the Lodges in 1782, with the names of the Office-bearers. Four-fifths of these are clergymen, professors, persons having offices in the common-law courts, men of letters by trade, such as reviewers and journalists, and other pamphleteers;"

"The convention was accordingly held, and lasted a long while, the deputies consulting about the frivolities of Masonry, with all the seriousness of state-ambassadors."

6. Some film and book reccommendations


As I am taking MI5 to the Information Tribunal at the end of this month I have beeen looking at some particularly gripping political books and drama which detail the way in which elements within the secret state have been and are destroying democracy in the west.


Three Days of the Condor - 1975 - starring Robert Redford and directed by Sidney Pollack - Redford is a brilliant and cocky young CIA employee who discovers an oil cartel's clique operating within the Langley headquarters. This film is not available in Europe, wonder why not, only in NTSC format from Amazon dot com and other US outlets.

A Very British Coup - 1988 - - starring Ray McAnally and adapted from the novel by Chris Mullin MP by Alan Plater - former Steel worker Harry Perkins leads the labour party to a stunning election victory but MI5 and the establishment can't stomach his common sense approach and plot his downfall. Based on the Wilson plot of the seventies when popular Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson was forced to resign.


The Pencourt File

Barrie Penrose and Roger Courtiour - 1978 - These two BBC journalists and researchers were approached by Sir Harold Wilson two weeks after his resignation on 16th March 1976 (the day after the Ides of March) They were given startling insights into robberies, break-ins and the penetration of his Labour Cabinet Office and MI5 by foreign intelligence services. Penrose and Courtiour's subsequent investigation was never shown by the BBC. So they wrote this book

Smear! Wilson and the secret state

Stephen Dorril and Robin Ramsay - still the best book on MI5's campaign to oust Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson. Long overdue for a reprint not a book that should be only available on inter-library loan. Come on Ramsay and Dorril - don't sell yourselves short!

7. Tony Blair's Christmas visit to Egypt


Blair blunders in even further out of his depth

Woe unto the rebellious children, saith the LORD, that take councel, but not of me; and that cover with a covering, but not of my spirit, that they may add sin to sin: That walk to go down into Egypt, and have not asked at my mouth; to strengthen themselves in the strength of Pharaoh, and to trust in the shadow of Egypt! Therefore shall the strength of the Pharaoh be your shame, and the trust in the shadow of Egypt your confusion! Isaiah 30:1-3

Blairs fly out to stay at Red sea resort,3605,865349,00.html

Nicholas Watt and Owen Bowcott - Friday December 27, 2002 - The Guardian

Tony Blair yesterday flew out with his family for a new year holiday in the Egyptian Red sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.

Unlike last year, when the Blairs made a donation to a charity after the Egyptian government met the costs of their holiday, the prime minister has paid up.

Downing Street, which faced intense criticism over last year's trip, said the Blairs had "covered" the costs of their break "in the normal way".

Mr Blair, his wife Cherie and their four children are understood to be staying at the Tower Club hotel where they stayed last year. Tight security is in place around the hotel which is close to the villa where President Hosni Mubarak and other members of the Egyptian cabinet stay over the new year.

Downing Street said yesterday that no official business had so far been planned. A spokeswoman said: "It is a private family holiday in Egypt." ......

8. Iraq blitz may begin on Monday 17th February


According to my sources this is the date either for a major terrorist incident in a western country or for the invasion of Iraq to commence. Certainly something big is due to happen on the Monday following the London anti-war demonstration.

9. Iraqi blood and Pentagon games


Super experts under contract to the United States Government 'game out' international trends and crises to predict their outcome. With the benefit of information teletyped hourly from the State Department, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon, and other American government agencies, teams 'represent' the various countries.

The Pentagon's Peace Games Centre - by Miles Copeland - CIA Cairo station chief during the suez crisis

This article accompanied copies of the Waddingtons board game 'Game of Nations' and gives a timely insight into the United States' administration's view of war as nothing more than an extended game.

The first prerequisite for winning a game is to know that you're in one

One freezing afternoon in early 1956, word got around Washington that a 'limpet,' an electric transmitting device, had been found under the conference table in an important State Department Office. It was a Friday, and government employees were anxious to get away early, especially since the sky was threatening snow, but orders went out that skeleton staffs were to remain on duty in those offices containing secret information so as to be on hand while security men 'swept' the offices in a search for more of these devices. This was a major scare. The limpet, no larger than a double matchbox and requiring no wires, could in seconds be stuck under any desk by a charwoman, a workman, or any one of a dozen other categories of employees who are given only light security checks.

The U.S. Government's interdepartmental "Peace Games Centre" (working hours 5-30 p.m. to midnight) was swept at about eight in the evening, when the `early meeting' was just breaking up and its participants, some of them in dinner dress, were looking out of the twelfth floor window at the stream of cars pouring down Connecticut Avenue, and wondering how they were going to make their respective Georgetown parties. The later arrivals, who were to keep the 'board' until midnight, were removing their coats and rolling up their sleeves, ready for a rough evening. The security sweep took an hour. Nothing was found, but so long as the possibility lasted we amused ourselves with the thought of what some foreign intelligence service might make of its gleanings from a microphone placed under that particular conference table.

Conversation going into the 'limpet' would include snatches such as these: 'Has anyone checked these with the Kremlin boys?' . . . 'Where the hell is de Gaulle? He should have been here an hour ago' . . . 'We could lose half of Europe before Tito figures out how he should react to Nasser's Moscow visit.' Monitors picking up the transmission could hardly have known that 'Tito' wore a Brooks &others suit, a crew haircut, and a button-down collar. 'De Gaulle' could have been Peter Sellars; 'Anthony Eden,' Sidney Greenstreet. 'Konrad Adenauer' was a remarkably pretty girl who wore her hair straight and tied into a bun, and hid behind horn rimmed glasses. The `boys from the Kremlin,' arriving later carrying expensive leather attaché cases, could have been the Yale Choir about to register at the Statler Hotel for a football weekend.

The foreign agents would have been eavesdropping on what was known as the `Peace Game,' years later to be travestied in Report from Iron Mountain.

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10. The Bush family Nazi collaboration timeline


11Jan03 - This timeline, exclusive to the Bilderberg website, is by solid researcher and ex oil-man Alf Mendes.

Jan. 1933: Hitler assumes power in Germany.

Mar. 29 1933: As revealed in Moshe Gottlieb's book "American Anti-Nazi Resistance '33 - '41", Max Warburg's son, Erich, cabled his cousin, Frederick Warburg - who was a director of the Union Pacific Railroad - instructing him to use his influence to stop all anti-Nazi propaganda & activity in America.

Mar. 31 1933: As a result: the American-Jewish committee (within which the Warburgs had much influence) & The B'nai B'rith (which subsequently became known as the Anti-Defamation League) issued a joint statement counselling "that no American boycott against Germany be encouraged"!

Nov. 4 1933: American Ship & Commerce Corp. (owners of Hamburg-Amerika - see above) installed long-time Harriman executive, Christian Beck as manager of 'freight & operations' in North America for this newly-merged company, now known as Hapag-LLoyd, whose chairman was Emil Helfferich, a Nazi. Nazi security guards accompanied all shipping so engaged in this trade.

Sept. 1934: At the US Senate Nye Committee hearings, it was revealed that Samuel Pryor, executive ctte. chairman of Remington arms & founding director of both the UBC & the American Ship & Commerce Corp., had joined in a cartel agreement with I. G. Farben, the German chemical/armaments conglomerate (see above). It was further revealed that the Nazi troops (noted above) were "nearly all armed with American guns".

Dec. 7 1941: Japanese bomb Pearl Harbour - US now in World War 2.

Aug. 28 1942: Under the Trading with the Enemy Act, the US government - via Leo T. Crowley, the US Alien Property Custodian - ordered the seizure of all property of Hapag-Lloyd.

Oct. 20 1942: Leo T. Crowley, the US Alien Property Custodian - seized the stock shares of the Union Banking Corp. of New York, whose shareholders were: Chm./Dir. E. Rowland ('Bunny') Harriman (of Brown Brothers Harriman); Pres./Dir. Cornelis Lievense (banking functionary for the Nazis); Treasurer/Dir. Harold D. Pennington (of Brown Brothers Harriman); Dir. Ray Morris (of Brown Brothers Harriman); Dir. Prescott S. Bush Snr.(of Brown Brothers Harriman); Dir. H.J. Kouwenhoven (Dir./Chief foreign financial exec. of German Steel Trust & the man who had brokered the deal between Fritz Thyssen & the UBC); Dir. Johann G. Groeninger (Industrial Exec. in Nazi Germany). These seized shares were described in the Vesting Order as "shares held for the benefit of members of the Thyssen family, property of nationals..of a designated enemy country".

Oct. 28 1942: US government seized 2 Nazi front companies - the Seamless Steel Equipment Corp & Holland-American Trading Corp. - both run by the Union Banking Corporation.


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