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MI5's involvement in Prime ministers removal from office

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posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 08:24 AM
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Harold Wilson, the Labour Prime minister in UK at the time, was removed by a masonic group within Mi5. They set up a splinter cell in Northern Ireland and then the real Mi5 acted on the black propaganda. I realize Wilson was areal pain in the butt to "The establishment" 98% tax thresholds as a fine example of his contempt for them. But do the secret service actually have the right to override a democratically elected Prime Minister from power when the people clearly voted him into powr in the first place? If they are right to do so, does it mean our vote doesn't add up to a hill of beans at the end of the day and that democracy is a big joke to them?

Watch a documentary made by the BBC on the subject and aired 2/5/2005 on BBC2

It's at GUBA www.guba.com and in documentaries and in a subsection to that conspiracies.This is the actual link but it might not work.Have a good look around conspiracies in guba ( free videos section)

www.guba.com...:019eafecf9 d88adabbdb3c33c08dd94e161ce892

Military intelligence has removed any person deemed a threat to them from power ever since. If you don't fit their profile, you will be black propagandered from office.

If you want to get more info on how Wilson was removed look up a group called "Le Circle", they were the same group of people who helped Thatcher to power and systematically took away all the power bases of the working class like the Miners, car industry etc.

This isn't conspiracy it's fact. Oh and have a look at MI5's logo, with the all seeing eye at the top of a triangle. It's here majesties secret service, and she is the grand patroness of world freemasonry. Can you see how it works now?




posted on Aug, 16 2007 @ 03:34 PM
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posted on Aug, 16 2007 @ 04:19 PM
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Originally posted by stanboy
But do the secret service actually have the right to override a democratically elected Prime Minister from power when the people clearly voted him into powr in the first place?


The answer is no they can't do it - legally, but obviously they can do it illegally. Harold Wilson was a socialist, in the true sense of the world. He was anti-priviledge and he was sick of the corruption that existed within the permanent civil service. Add to this the tax thresh-holds and you have a threat to anyone who likes making money.

After the end of the First World War, government revenue for intelligence services was cut in half and then reduced further, going from 250,000 to 90,000 pounds per year. By the beginning of the Second World War the services were a shadow of their former selves. The Germans on the other hand had invested heavily in developing the Abwehr and the SD. The British were no competition.

In order to boost the funds available a proposal was accepted from an American businessman, Chester Beatty. In return for help in protecting his mining operation in Serbia he would invest in SO1/2. It later turned out, after someone thought to investigate, that Beatty's main client was Germany. If this were not bad enough, the minerals that Beatty mined were used in weapons manufacture.

Though this is not directly linked to Wilson, it does show that the permanent civil service are not above making deals with private companies in return for funding. The cash for questions row shows similar traits in peers, though this time under the table. IG Farben is also said to have made a deal with the British for neutrality from bombings - another fund raising exercise?

The civil service would have come under intense pressure from its sponsors to prevent Wilson from increasing tax thresholds further. And the service would have done anything to prevent investigations of corruption so that they could keep feathering their nest egg. They decided that Wilson had to go, and despite his popularity he went.

Excellent documentary, thanks for posting it.



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