posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 11:14 PM
'Private Eye' is a magazine which expresses a particularly strong moral dislike of misogyny, anti-feminism, holocaust denial and anti-Semitism –
in public that is. Behind the scenes at 'Private Eye', things are rather different.
'Private Eye' appeared to be so obviously concerned that Julian Assange might have caused harm to women and Jewish people, I took them at their word
and wrote to Ian Hislop. My letter warned of something far more dangerous and sinister than Assange's alleged crimes.
For decades, an individual has been churning out hate material and spreading it all over the internet. Not on hidden 'Darknet' sites and not even
anonymously. It is all published under his own name and is easily obtainable from any of his numerous hate sites. Here are a few samples.
“It is no coincidence that those at the forefront of the campaign for so-called 'feminism' are Marxists and Jews. Indeed, the whole 'women's
liberation movement' was the creation of Jews...”
“ This was the hoax of the Jewish 'holocaust'.”
“There are several excellent reasons why the story of "the Jewish holocaust" is a fictional tale - a product of Zionist propaganda - and why the
so-called "evidence" which is produced, and which has been produced, in support of this story is suspect or false.”
Strangely, 'Private Eye's abhorrence of anti-Semitism and its pious concern for the defence of feminists, evaporated completely as soon someone
other than Assange was being accused. 'Private Eye' didn't want to run the story and no, they wouldn't even publish a letter on the subject.
So it seems Holocaust denial and misogyny are not the real issues for 'Private Eye'. It is Julian Assange himself that they disapprove of.
But why Assange and not the author of the hate material ? Read a little further and you will begin to see that 'Private Eye' is a bit more
pro-establishment than it would have us believe.
The purveyor of the hate material is a police informer, with alleged links to MI5. The authorities' failure to arrest this man, even though he has
published illegal hate material for thirty years, certainly supports this assertion.
My letter to 'Private Eye' explained that the hate sites are used as 'honey traps' to attract extremists for the purpose of ID theft. The
information is then passed on to the authorities. The problem with this strategy is that, although some extremists are prompted to attempt acts of
terrorism by the material, they are not always caught in time. This is what happened in London in 1999. A young man, heavily influenced by the
informer's hate material, set off a series of nail bombs before he was caught by the police. An unborn child and its mother and many others, were
killed in these attacks. At the time the security services said that the police informer was not under surveillance, so they could not have prevented
the loss of life. Now more than a decade later, the informer is still publishing his dangerous nonsense and nothing is done. So it looks as if the
bomb victim's families were lied to in 1999, because this person is an informer and they knew exactly what he was up to.
But 'Private Eye', the magazine which promotes itself as a fearless exposer of the truth, wont touch this story. They wont even allow any mention of
the informer in their letters page. Yet Julian Assange is pilloried in every issue of the 'Eye', over allegations which at present haven't even
been tested in court.
Could it be that for 'Private Eye', Holocaust denial and manslaughter is O.K. If MI5 says it is?
Some very lucrative careers in the mainstream media have been launched on the back of 'anti-establishment' satirical magazine 'Private Eye'. Next
time you see a rich little guy on TV 'defending to the death' our right to free speech, just remember it doesn't extend to the unborn child who was
blown up before it had a chance to live.