posted on Apr, 1 2015 @ 07:15 AM
My personal experience is with a former Secretary of State. I'm not going to name him out of respect for his family and those who introduced me to
him. I was 17, physically fit and naive. He showed a strong interest while out of public view.
Having read through his obituaries, some extracts of his speeches, and a little of his family history, I'm going to have to be careful how I proceed.
He was obviously a very decent man on the whole. Coming from an influential family he clearly expected to be a leader and was keen to balance the
needs of almost all those around him. There are parts of his story that may not be the actions of a decent man. Perhaps these were causes he was
blackmailed into supporting.
What is missing is any mention of homosexuality other than a suspiciously strong voting record against equal rights. In those days a man in his
position who was secretly homosexual risked serious blackmail. It would be easy to influence such a man by setting him up with a willing youth then
filming the action. Some of this gentleman's decisions have economic consequences to this day. There would have been great interest from investors in
having control over his decisions.
I don't know if he was ever blackmailed but it would have been ridiculously easy.
Another aspect is hinted at by the experience of someone I know well. My source and two others had been elected as local young leaders. They were
immediately invited for 'drinks and a chat' with a local English Lord who was a benefactor of the body they represented. It wasn't drinks and a chat.
It was getting them ridiculously drunk on the finest brandy then probing them for weaknesses. I guess those who show some weakness are helped along
the promotion ladder and put into key positions of power. Controllable assets.
The big question to bullhorn at politicians standing for election is..
"HAVE YOU BEEN CONTROLLED THROUGH SEXUAL BLACKMAIL?"
edit on 1 4 2015 by Kester because: add word