Who were they travelling with?
By Tom Easton
From Lobster 31
SDP: The Birth, Life and Death of the Social Democratic Party
Ivor Crewe and Anthony King
Oxford University Press, 1995, £25
Walden was not the only contributor to the Britain on the Brink issue of the Public Interest in 1987. Another was Samuel P Huntington, like King associated with the American Enterprise Institute, but also well-known to David Owen and his fellow Trilateral Commission friends in the SDP - John Roper, Dick Taverne, Evan Luard, Alan Lee Williams and Roderick Mac-Farquar, the founding editor of the Congress for Cultural Freedom's China Quarterly. The great fear of David Rockefeller's Trilateralists was summed up in their Crisis of Democracy (1975), namely that Western society could become ungovernable if too many of its citizens became politically active.
Then, in the late 1940s and early 1950s, he taught at The Kenyon School of English at Kenyon College in Ohio - a summer program for the intensive study of literature. According to Newsweek, "The roster of instructors was enough to pop the eyes of any major in English." In addition to Empson, the faculty included Robert Penn Warren, John Crowe Ransom, Robert Lowell, Delmore Schwartz, Jacques Barzun, Eric Bentley, Cleanth Brooks, Alfred Kazin, Arthur Mizener, Allen Tate, and Yvor Winters. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Empson
Reflecting this democratic initiative, Madge and Harrisson requested the support not of trained anthropologists or sociologists, but of any interested volunteers, whom they solicited through newspaper and other advertisements. By their 30 January announcement, the group already had “fifty observers at work on two sample problems.” A few months later, M-O had recruited approximately 400 men and women. The paid members of Mass Observation (including Madge and Harrisson) were likewise not professionally trained social scientists. In London, working alongside Madge and Jennings, were David Gascoyne, a poet; Stuart Legg, a filmmaker; Ruthven Todd, another poet; William Empson, a literary critic; and Kathleen Raine, a third poet and Madge’s wife. In Bolton, with Harrisson, were Spender; William Coldstream, Graham Bell, and Julian Trevelyan, the painters; Dick Crossman, Labour politician and writer; Woodrow Wyatt, writer and eventually Labour MP; and Tom Driberg, a journalist and, like Wyatt, eventually a Labour MP.
During his tenure as Secretary of the British Board of Film Censors (1958-1971), John Trevelyan (1903-1986) was responsible for the most extensive liberalisation in its history. Drawing on policies introduced by Arthur Watkins, his predecessor-but-one, in which context and artistic merit were key factors when assessing a film, Trevelyan developed them to keep the BBFC abreast of unprecedentedly rapid social changes
[E]ven when Trevelyan felt unable to pass a particular film that he otherwise admired, he would encourage its exhibition by private cinema clubs. Famously, he publicly defended the Open Space Theatre's screening of Flesh (US, 1968, d. Paul Morrissey) after a police raid, even though the BBFC was not involved. By the late 1960s, extreme violence, explicit drug use, swearing, frontal nudity and even relatively graphic sex scenes had all featured in BBFC-approved films, with Trevelyan's PR skills enabling many potentially controversial decisions to slip by practically unnoticed.
The Heat Is Rising – 7/7 London Bombings
Let’s move on to Tavistock Square. Again the Square is a symbolic TOOL of freemasonry. Tavistock Clinic in Tavistock Square founded the now famous Tavistock Institute. Tavistock Clinic deals in mental trauma and Tavistock Institute is well known in conspiracy circles as the world centre of subliminal mind control. A friend of mine sent me this picture, further down below, showing a blood-splattered Tavistock Clinic. Coincidence is it? Or could it be negative esoteric symbolism? The “Passover” is just one example of blood being used in ritual in which door posts and lintels are daubed with sacrificial blood. Though lamb’s blood is officially used for Passover ritual and not human blood. That said, couldn’t innocent humans purposely led to the slaughter be described as lambs? Please see http://www.domini.org/tabern/passover.htm
A blood splattered Tavistock Clinic: Is it simply a coincidence or is it a planned ritual?
The Tavistock Institute was funded by Rockerfeller Foundation. The official site is here.
But there are many conspiracy articles on the net about it. Let me also focus on the bus for a moment. It was a number 30 bus. Both the numbers 3 and 30 are important numbers in Freemasonry. I would like to point out the address of the Tavistock institute to you It is 30 Tabernacle Street. Yes folks the cheeky buggers even use Tabernacle Street along, coincidently, with the number 30. Obviously Tabernacles have great spiritual meanings for ritual.
Anyway I am being directed off the path so let’s get back on it (you see, their scam does work!). Let’s look at the hometown of the alleged bombers, BEESTON. Beeston is a slum area near Leeds United football ground. Bees are strongly connected to Freemasonry etc. ( ...hint : Leeds is in Yorkshire for those unfamiliar with Britain.. ! )
Mind you, Leeds itself has its own symbolism – that of the owl. Obviously the owl has many occult connections. I mention Lilith but maybe Bohemian Grove is the most famous. Isn’t it? I remember hearing of the crowds that formed in places around the country to pay respects to those slaughtered by the London Bombings. Most organised by the authorities. In Leeds people attended a ceremony at their Millennium Square.
I point out that Leeds Millennium Square has obelisks and on top of these obelisks are owls. Here is a short explanation from the Yorkshire post.
Should I be getting worried?
Sounder » Wed Mar 26, 2014 9:07 am wrote: It seems nigh time for the cosmological urge to have its day in the sun.
Sounder » Wed Mar 26, 2014 9:12 pm wrote:The drive to understand our condition is a primary urge, in my opinion.
That is to be supported and worry probably does not help these things.
Aside from that usually the 'mob' types mess more with folk they think broke their contract.
(If you gave away your family money, you may be free of that 'contract')
Michael Hanson: First chairman (set up P.I.E. as a special interest group within the Scottish Minorities Group with Ian Dunn)
Ian Campbell Dunn: In 1974, Dunn co -founded the Paedophile Information Exchange ( PIE) with Michael Hanson. It became the leading contact group for adults campaigning for the right to have sex with children. In an interview in 1997, Dunn admitted he and Hanson had agreed to facilitate research into sex with children.
semper occultus » Sun Mar 30, 2014 3:35 pm wrote:Alan Doggett was a close friend of both Tim Rice and his songwriting partner Andrew Lloyd Webber.
They chose the former teacher to conduct a recording of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at EMI’s Abbey Road studio, and also collaborated with him on several high‑profile projects. One of the letters written in the Towers Arms was for Tim Rice.
The allegations, at least against Alan Doggett, are reinforced by several biographies of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
One referred to Doggett having been ‘let go at Colet Court because he had sexually molested one of the choirboys’. Another used a similar phrase, saying Doggett ‘had been let go, with rumours of homosexual predilections swirling about him’.
Doggett’s association with Lord Lloyd-Webber began when he previously taught his brother, the cellist Julian Lloyd Webber, at another London school. Later, he invited Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice to compose a pop cantata for an end of term concert at Colet Court. They came up with a 20-minute piece called Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat.
A musical publisher attended the performance, liked what he heard and Joseph was extended, recorded, and finally staged commercially.
Not long after that first performance at Colet Court, Alan Doggett left the school.
Rice would later speak at Doggett’s funeral. In his own 1999 autobiography, he wrote: ‘I cannot believe that Alan was truly a danger, or even a minor menace, to the many boys he worked with over the years. It has been known for young boys . . . to manufacture or exaggerate incidents when they know and disapprove of a teacher’s inclinations.’
On his 11th birthday, Bream was given a guitar by his father. He became something of a child prodigy, at 12 winning a junior exhibition award for his piano playing, enabling him to study piano and cello at the Royal College of Music. He made his debut guitar recital at Cheltenham in 1947, aged 13. . . .
Bream was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1964 for services to music, and in the Queen's Birthday Honours List of 1985 he was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire. He has received Honorary Doctorates from the Universities of Surrey (1968), and Leeds (1984).
Long favoured by BBC types for its proximity to Wood Lane, and also by thesps and the judiciary, past residents include Dr John Dee, ‘queen’s conjuror’ to Elizabeth1 who had one of the greatest libraries in Europe, Gustav Holst, Julian Bream, Honor Blackman and a host of writers, poets, musicians and entertainment personalities . .. https://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2013/01/17 ... ent-165952
Jess Conrad, aged ex Pop Star.
[My grandfather's] house set the scene for the first business meeting between [corporate raiders] Gordon White and James Hanson. . . . Left-wing show business figures like Susanah York, Sybil Thorndike and Paul Robeson rubbed shoulders with political figures like Michael Foot and Bruce Kent. . . Philip Larkin came to High Hall . . .
Nazi's black list discovered in Berlin: Booklet of over 2,300 names
Friday 14 September 1945
Berlin, September 13.
Himmler's Gestapo prepared for the invasion of England in 1940 by compiling a list of more than 2,300 persons ranging from Mr. Winston Churchill to Jewish refugees whose arrest was to be "automatic" after the Wehrmacht's victory. The list is contained in a booklet found in the Berlin headquarters of the Reich Security Police.
http://century.theguardian.com/1940-194 ... 30,00.html
It named key administrators in the universities of Bristol, London, and Oxford, 171 firms ranging from banks to the Western Union Telegraph Company; Masonic lodges, the Royal Institute of International Affairs and 389 societies including the Fabian Society, the Rotary International, the P.E.N. Club, the Oddfellows Society, the Society of Frends, the Y.M.C.A., the Church of England Committee for Non-Aryan Christians, the Society of Friends of the Soviet Union, the Maccabi World Union, and trade unions.
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