Schoolchildren murdered at behest of the British elite
- In the early months of 2003, just prior to the illegal
invasion of Iraq, and working in conjunction with a London-based freelance
journalist, who had thoroughly double-checked exposures published by the
Scottish 'Sunday Herald' newspaper, I publicised details of a child-sex
ring linked to senior ministers within the Blair government.
- I initially published my findings, stemming from discrete
leaks from a secret list provided by the American FBI to the 'Sunday Times'
newspaper, and concomitantly discovered that Tony Blair had issued a gagging
order to suppress all further discussion of a scandal that would most certainly
have brought a swift end to his administration and made Britain's collusion
in the destruction of Iraq impossible.
- The articles I wrote concerning the "Operation Ore"
cover-up and the 100-year blackout order imposed upon the report concerning
the Dunblane massacre of children used and abused by senior Scottish Labour
government ministers can still be found here:
- Alleged Pedophiles at Helm of Britain's War Machine,
- Blair's Protection of Elite Paedophile Ring Spells the
End For His Career
- Blackout in Britain: Alleged Pedophiles Helm Blair's
- Blackout in Britain: Alleged Paedophiles at Helm of Britain's
- Tony Blair Caught Protecting Elite Paedophile Ring
- Cremation of Care: The New World Order and the Dunblane
- Dunblane Secret Documents Contain Letters by Tory and
- These stories, which also implicated the Attorney-General
Lord Goldsmith, former NATO Boss Lord Robertson, and the Svengali of Tony
Blair and Gordon Brown's rise to power, the flamboyant homosexual Peter
Mandelson (now Lord Mandelson), were widely publicised on the Internet,
excited debate within numerous online forums, and inspired Robert Kilroy-Silk's
former Veritas Party to undertake a detailed examination of the extent
to which senior and junior ministers close to Gordon Brown were given free
licence to engage in paedophiliac activities under the protection of the
British intelligence services.
- Blood on their hands: NATO boss Robertson
and Donald Rumsfeld
Rumsfeld: "You see that cool, screwable
little girl over there?"
- Robertson: "Wow! She's got tits!"
- Rumsfeld: "My intern! You can have her
once we've gone to war"
- The 'Sunday Herald's' incendiary story ("Child Porn
Arrests Too Slow", 19 January 2003), written by its Home Affair's
correspondent Neil Mackay, disappeared rapidly from the Internet within
weeks of my exposure. Mackay's editor, at first cooperative, subsequently
refused to answer any further enquiries put to him by myself and the freelance
journalist Bob Kearley.
- Each and every letter I sent to the British Home Office,
Scotland Yard and the Sunday Times solicited not one single reply.
- Lord Robertson, a self-confessed Freemasonic member of
Edinburgh's sinister "Speculative Society" lodge, who enjoyed
a peculiarly close personal relationship with Thomas Hamilton, the mass
murderer of abused children in Dunblane, failed to sue the Sunday Herald
for libel and promptly disappeared from public life. Police records revealed
that Robertson had helped expedite the process by which the Manchurian
Candidate, Hamilton, already a convicted child molester with known affiliations
to the British elite, was able to obtain gun licenses.
- Freemason Lord Robertson disappeared from
- Roberston worked in collusion with Michael Forsyth (Secretary
of State for Scotland), a fellow "Speculative Freemason" and
Robert Bell, an associate of Malcolm Rifkind (British Foreign Secretary).
Robertson, at the behest of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, had a vested interest
in 'wasting' children who were beginning to talk.
- On 13 March 1996, Thomas Hamilton, a former Boy Scout
leader walked into Dunblane Primary School armed with two 9 mm pistols
and two .357 Magnum revolvers. He killed sixteen small children and a teacher.
The subsequent police investigation revealed that Hamilton had loaded the
magazines for his Browning with an alternating combination of fully metal-jacketed
and hollow point ammunition. This horrific event led to the banning of
handguns in the UK. [How convenient.]
- The Judge who conducted the inquiry into the atrocity,
during which two teachers claimed to have seen another mysterious man "guiding"
Hamilton onto the premises, was Lord Cullen. Cullen, also a member of the
Freemasonic Speculative Society and an associate of Labour "Scottish
Mafia" figures such as Lord Robertson, Tony Blair, John Reid and Gordon
Brown, was accused by leading journalists and emergency service personnel
of having achieved a cover-up.
- Cullen Report condemned as a 'whitewash'
- According to journalist Marcello Mega, in The News of
the World, 28 December 2003:
- 1. A top Scottish Freemason, Former Grand Master Lord
Burton, has said that Lord Cullen's inquiry into the Dunblane massacre
was a cover-up.
- Lord Burton says Cullen's inquiry suppressed crucial
information to protect high-profile legal figures.
- 2. These high-profile legal figures may belong to a secretive
'Super-Mason' group called The Speculative Society.
- Lord Burton said: "I have learned of an apparent
connection between prominent members of the legal establishment involved
in the inquiry, and the secretive Speculative Society. The society was
formed in Edinburgh University through Masonic connections so I accept
that there might be a link by that route." Reportedly, members of
the Speculative Society have included Lord Cullen and a number of other
judges, sheriffs and advocates.
- 3. Some of these high-profile people had links to the
Queen Victoria School 'where gunman Thomas Hamilton was allowed to roam
free before the 1996 atrocity'.
- 4. Reportedly the police are investigating claims that
pupils at Queen Victoria School were regularly taken away and sexually
- 5. Former housemaster Glenn Harrison told the News of
the World how he even found Hamilton, 43, creeping around the dormitories
at night. He said Hamilton had close links to a top policeman. Glenn was
never called to give evidence at the Cullen Inquiry.
- 6. Lord Burton said: "I tried repeatedly to raise
concerns about the inquiry during my time in the Lords, and I was bullied
and threatened by powerful peers loyal to the Conservative Government of
the day, who warned me of dire consequences if I continued to embarrass
them." ( According to this source Cached - 'Malcolm Rifkind's friend
and his then Chairman of his constituency party at Edinburgh Pentlands,
Robert Bell, according to the front page lead of the Edinburgh Evening
News on 23 March 1996, sold guns and ammunition to Thomas Hamilton only
a few weeks before the Dunblane massacre, and it was reported he said he
would sell him guns again.')
- 8. Glenn Harrison had kept dozens of files from pupils
alleging bullying and abuse while he was at the Queen Victoria School and
wrote to parents warning of the dangers in 1991. It led to him being ousted
from the school and just days before he left, police raided his home and
confiscated the files.
- 9. Glenn states that Hamilton had been a friend of Ben
Philip, the senior housemaster at QVS. Mr Philip died in December 1993,
aged 46, when he fell from a ladder while hanging decorations.
- Cullen and Hamilton worked for Blair and Brown
- For William Burns' further elucidation of the cover-up,
please see Ref. 3.
- Alan Milburn, a close ally of Tony Blair, also resigned
dramatically from the senior benches of the Labour Party government shortly
after Scotland Yard's anti-paedophile investigation was suppressed by the
Blair administration, citing the need to "spend more time with my
- Resigned dramatically under intense pressure
- For some reason, the abduction of Scottish children for
the purpose of rape and murder, always closely linked to senior Labour
Party political figures, continues unabated.
- Pressure on Police to Release Paedophile Dossier
- Although Labour Supremo Peter Mandelson's alleged role
in the kidnapping of young girls and boys for the "pleasuring"
of the European Union's elite commissioners in Brussels was the subject
of intense speculation long before the disappearance of Madeleine McCann,
I can now bring to a close all speculation as to the name of Tony Blair's
most "highly placed and senior politician" who fell not only
under the scrutiny of Scotland Yard for crimes against children, but was
also identified by the FBI as an active member of the paedophile ring run
by Thomas Hamilton.
- Mandelson alleged to have organised EU kiddie
- That name was first revealed to me by Norman Lamont at
a private party in Clapham in 1986, during which time I worked as a scriptwriter
for the British television media. Lamont later became Chancellor of the
Exchequer under John Major's Conservative administration. Following investigations
in 2003 on both my and Bob Kearley's part, that name cropped up time and
time again, and I passed the details to Internet journalist Paul Joseph
- Gordon Brown, the current British Prime Minister, is
a practising paedophile whose activities are known not only to the British,
American and Israeli intelligence services, but also by Rupert Murdoch
and his senior editor at the Sunday Times.
- Mike James, an English patriot, is a blacklisted and
surveilled former freelance journalist resident in Zionist-occupied Germany
since 1992 with additional long-haul stays in East Africa, Poland and Switzerland.
He advocates a Leaderless Resistance to destroy the Soviet European Union
and is actively working towards a free and independent England.
- Ref. 1.
- Alleged Pedophiles at Helm of Britain's War Machine,
- Mike James
- A child-sex scandal that threatened to destroy Tony Blair's
government last week has been mysteriously squashed and wiped off the front
pages of British newspapers.
- Operation Ore, the United Kingdom's most thorough and
comprehensive police investigation of crimes against children, seems to
have uncovered more than is politically acceptable at the highest reaches
of the British elite.
- In the 19th of January edition of The Sunday Herald,
Neil Mackay sensationally reported that senior members of Tony Blair's
government were being investigated for paedophilia and the "enjoyment"
of child-sex pornography:
- "The Sunday Herald has also had confirmed by a very
senior source in British intelligence that at least one high-profile former
Labour Cabinet minister is among Operation Ore suspects. The Sunday Herald
has been given the politician's name but, for legal reasons, can not identify
- There are still unconfirmed rumours that another senior
Labour politician is among the suspects. The intelligence officer said
that a 'rolling' Cabinet committee had been set up to work out how to deal
with the potentially ruinous fall-out for both Tony Blair and the government
if arrests occur."
- The allegations are the most serious yet levelled at
an administration that prides itself on the inclusion in its ranks of a
high quota of controversial and flamboyant homosexual men, and whose First
Lady, Cherie Blair, has come under the spotlight for her indulgence in
pagan rituals that resemble Freemasonic rites. Unconfirmed information
also suggests that the term "former Labour Cabinet minister"
is misleading and that the investigation has identified a surprisingly
large number of alleged paedophiles at the highest level of British government,
including one very senior cabinet minister (known to Propaganda Matrix.com).
- The Blair government has responded by imposing a comprehensive
blackout on the story, effectively removing it from the domain of public
discussion. Attempts on the part of this journalist to establish why the
British media has not followed up on the revelations have met with a wall
of silence. Editors and journalists of The Times, The Daily Telegraph,
The Guardian, The Independent, The Sunday Times, The Observer, The Sunday
Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Daily Express, The Mirror, The Sun, the
BBC, Independent Television News and even The Sunday Herald have refused
to discuss the matter.
- Speaking from London, freelance journalist Bob Kearley
told me: "Whether or not a D-Notice has been issued is not clear.
But based on some of the feedback I've been getting it's apparent that
editors and media owners have voluntarily agreed not to cover the story
at this time. Operation Ore is still being reported, but not in regard
to government ministers, and it's taking up very few column inches on the
third or fourth page. Don't forget that the intelligence services are involved
here, and Blair is anxious to ensure that the scandal does not rock the
boat at a time when the country is about to go to war."
- "You can imagine the effect this would have on the
morale of troops who are about to commit in Iraq. In fact morale is reportedly
quite low anyway, with service personnel throwing their vaccines into the
sea en route to the battlefront and knowing how unpopular the war is with
the British people. And a lot of squaddies I've met think there's something
weird going on between Bush and Blair. If you're then told that the executive
responsible for the conduct of the war is staffed by child-molesters ...
well, then Saddam suddenly looks like the sort of bloke with whom you can
share a few tins [beer]."
- [In an E mail to Paul Joseph Watson, Mike James identified
his sources as "people I knew in London who used to work for the Treasury
department throughout the 1980s, one being a private secretary at a senior
level....my sources will definitely refuse to support my claims - both
are doing extremely well financially and career-wise."]
- Ref. 2
- Blair's Protection of Elite Paedophile Rings Spells the
End For His Career
- Mike James
- NATO boss and Blair government insider Lord Robertson
has threatened to sue Scotland's leading independent newspaper over internet
allegations that he not only used his influence as a Freemason to procure
a gun licence for child killer Thomas Hamilton, but was also a member of
a clandestine paedophile ring reportedly set up by Hamilton for the British
- On 13 March 1996, Hamilton, armed with four hand-guns,
opened fire on a junior school class, killing 16 children and one teacher
before turning the gun on himself, shattering forever the idyllic 13th
century Scottish town of Dunblane.
- The controversy is certain to topple the Blair government,
which has already issued a D-Notice to gag the press from revealing the
names of known paedophiles within the British executive, including at least
two senior ministers; and the case highlights the government's antipathy
toward the Sunday Herald and its brand of independent journalism that has,
among other things, exposed the role played by the domestic security agency,
MI5, in helping the IRA to carry out terrorist atrocities.
- As reported by this journalist last month at Propaganda
Matrix and Counter Punch, and by the Sunday Herald's Home Affairs Editor,
Neil Mackay, the British intelligence services are actively engaged in
preventing any further child sex revelations that could incite further
hostility to an already unpopular Prime Minister and destroy the morale
of troops set to invade Iraq. An intelligence officer told Mackay that
"a 'rolling' Cabinet committee had been set up to work out how to
deal with the potentially ruinous fall-out for both Tony Blair and the
government if arrests occur."
- Some commentators, mindful that one of Tony Blair's closest
confidante's is a practising paedophile, are even suggesting that this
particular scandal, and not Blair's repeated lies and fabricated reports
in regard to Iraq, may well prove the downfall of a government mired in
sleaze and corruption. The Sunday Times is reported to have obtained an
FBI list of Labour MPs who have used credit cards to pay for internet child
pornography, and Blair has responded by imposing a massive news blackout,
failing however to stop the arrest of one of his most important aides,
- The latest allegations came to light following a campaign
to lift the secrecy on the Dunblane massacre. Large sections of the police
report were banned from the public domain under a 100-year secrecy order.
Lord Cullen, an establishment insider, also omitted and censored references
to the documents in his final report. Parents and teachers were advised
to concentrate their efforts on a campaign to outlaw handguns instead of
focusing on how the mentally unstable Freemason, already known by the police
to be a paedophile, had obtained a firearms licence for six handguns. Hamilton
allegedly enjoyed good relations with both local Labour luminary George
Robertson and Michael Forsyth, the then Scottish Secretary of State and
MP for Stirling. Forsyth congratulated and encouraged Hamilton for running
a boy's club. Hamilton was also found to have exchanged letters with the
British monarch, Queen Elizabeth.
- The rumours and allegations concerning Lord Robertson's
ties to Hamilton, and the possibility that the American intelligence services
may be blackmailing Tony Blair into continued support for a U.S. invasion
of Iraq, have been given fire by internet investigator and intelligence
expert Michael Keaney:
- "An additional, and potentially explosive, aspect
of US leverage over Blair is the FBI's investigation of users of child
porn websites which has already claimed a number of high profile scalps.
[....] The biggest two fish that come to mind are indeed high profile:
firstly there is George Robertson, who today has announced that he will
step down as NATO Secretary General after four years and two months in
the job. Were he to be fingered the fall out would be spectacular but short-lived
-- he's been a long time out of the cabinet and is sufficiently distant
from Tony to be regarded as not requiring the presentational finesse of
a "rolling" Cabinet committee, whatever that might be. However,
our second candidate is most certainly very closely identified with the
prime minister, and retains a high profile [and] continues to operate at
a very high level indeed, whether in Europe, Japan, or even the Middle
- "Peter Mandelson began political life as a member
of the Communist Party, soon "seeing the light" and instead getting
involved with the CIA/MI6-financed Socialist International youth wing and
the Labour Party, through which he rose in parallel with his experience
working at London Weekend Television with other A-list regulars like John
Birt and Michael Maclay, now public mouthpiece of Hakluyt, the private
sector spook outfit run by a bunch of "ex" MI6 types including
the widow of ex-Labour leader John Smith. This sort of background and connections
makes Mandelson very useful in the sort of corridors-and-alleyways diplomacy
and networking that is the real substance of international relations and
intelligence gathering. [....] If Mandelson is indeed the suspect, then
the damage this could cause may fatally wound Blair."
- "An interesting development that may, or may not,
be related to this, is the publication of an article in last Sunday's Observer
by David Aaronovitch. He and Mandelson are longtime friends, having been
together in the Communist Party and at London Weekend TV. Aaronovitch was,
until recently, a leading political commentator for the Independent, on
whose "international advisory board" (the standard vanity collection
of august persons put together for the ego of newspaper proprietors like
Tony O'Reilly and Conrad Black) sits Peter Mandelson."
- "Since switching to the Guardian Media Group at
the beginning of this year or thereabouts, Aaronovitch authored an article
on child abuse in which he pleads for common sense to prevail, rather than
the lynch mob: 'Strangely I trust the police to act sensibly (because,
like the analysts, they've seen it all): it's the rest of us I worry about.'"
- "That much depends upon the behaviour of the US
Justice Department, which ultimately has responsibility for the investigation,
must be a worry for Blair. One need only imagine how this must colour the
views of John Ashcroft regarding the moral fibre of British cabinet ministers
and the laxity of the prime minister who chose them in the first place.
How easy would it be for the suspect to be named in a story that miraculously
surfaced outside of the UK (thereby circumventing the D Notice and leading
potentially to a re-run of the Spycatcher fiasco of 1987)?
- "Whoever is on the suspects' list, we can see that
already this 'rolling' cabinet committee is busy leaking stories that serve
at least to delay the shock of the inevitable, eventual revelation, buying
valuable time if nothing else. Thus you can depend on the Guardian to save
the day for Tony, and here's some helpful tip-offs courtesy of MI6 that
help to distract from what's really going on, whilst bolstering the reputation
for integrity and financial propriety that has marked Blair's dealings
with businesspeople like Bernie Ecclestone, Richard Desmond, Lakshmi Mittal,
- "I have come to the considered conclusion,"
says a correspondent of Keaney, William Palfreman, "that the events
surrounding the Dunblane massacre, and the subsequent submissions to the
Cullen enquiry that have been put under to 100 years of secrecy, far out
weigh in political significance issues such as our opposition to the EU
[and] what it entails. It is inconceivable that T Blair, Jack Straw [and]
Gordon Brown can survive in office as this matter becomes known. It totally
undermines the Labour government, and could easily be a case of the Queen
feeling she has to use reserve powers to call an emergency general election,
such would be the loss of confidence."
- "This scandal is far more important that anything
that has happened here in living memory, in fact I can think of no parallel
for it. It certainly pisses all over anything that happened to Kennedy
or was done by Nixon. I am surprised, given the gravity of this matter,
that [an] attempt has yet to be made on his life, for surely we are dealing
with desperate people here. It also explains a few strange things, such
as just why T Blair & co. were so keen to ban all handguns, and why
such obviously talentless nobodies like George Robertson have risen from
being backbench nobodies a couple of years ago to Defence Secretary, and
now Secretary-General of Nato."
- "[....] Now where in this is there a national security
risk so great, that documents part of the public enquiry are now state
secrets to be held for 100 years? Funny kind of public enquiry. Why, when
Thomas Hamilton's application for a gun licence was turned down, due to
him being regarded as a man of unsound character [and] him being the object
of several paedophilia investigations, did his MP, our friend George Robertson
(now Lord Robertson, Secretary-General of NATO), write him a glowing character
reference, and personally see to it that his application was successful,
when he knew the grounds for the original refusal were because he was suspected
of procuring boys for sexual services?"
- "Or take a certain boat seized on Loch Ness [Loch
Lomond] by the Strathclyde Police. It is a very rare thing for assets to
be seized in the UK, as [there] are no asset-forfeiture laws. When it does
happen, there is normally a trial at least, with things only being seized
if they are proven to be bought with money proven to be consequence of
a proven crime. Even then, they are sold by public auction. How come, then,
was this very valuable boat sold for the tiny sum of £5000, without
an auction, to none other than our friend Thomas Hamilton, a man of no
financial means whatsoever, nor a sailor, nor lived anywhere near any open
water. Why did not the boats owners complain about having their property
stolen from them in this manner? I can only conclude because it was being
used for some very serious criminal activity, and those on board were merely
glad to escape prosecution. Also, it seems rather odd in such circumstances
that not only were the owners happy to avoid prosecution enough to lose
a valuable boat, but that the Strathclyde Police were not willing to prosecute.
And yet, after these improbable events, it wound up in none other than
our friend Hamilton's hands. Could he have been a blackmailer as well as
- "But the main thing is what might explain sections
of the public enquiry are now under the hundred year rule. There are only
three levels of secrecy in the UK for state secrets, the 30 year rule,
the 80 year rule and the 100 year rule. Normal secrets, like Cabinet discussions,
government papers, espionage, all that, are under the 30 year rule. Only
a very small number of things ever reached the 80 year rule, particularly
events in the Sudan with Kitchener in 1902, where it seems that an act
of genocide was committed, and some things that happened 1914-18, as well
as things like potential peace negotiations in 1941, and just about everything
to do with the IRA (after all, people are still alive after 30 years) come
under the 80 year rule. Of them, the darkest of state secrets, when the
events of '02 were getting a bit close to their limit for comfort, a further
class of secrets was created to last a hundred years, and tiny number of
things were put in it - e.g. Kitchener in '02, some World War I things."
- But none of these things can be said to apply to Dunblane.
That was a case of a common criminal [and] sexual pervert committing some
fairly ordinary murders, of a kind that happen from time to time. Even
if a backbench Labour MP was implicated, or may have been involved in a
large paedophile ring in Scotland, that is not a matter of vital national
importance. You have a prosecution, there is a bit of a scandal, everyone
is disgusted and one MP goes to prison. Big deal: such things happen. You
certainly would not make such information a state secret just to save one
unnamed backbench nobody's miserable neck. Governments simply don't go
to such extreme lengths to save nobodies - power broking just doesn't work
like that. There must be issues of profound national importance working
here, and I put it to you that anything that involves certain events in
Scotland is more likely to be someone of cabinet level than anything else.
- If the physiologically flawed [although Thomas Hamilton
was these were the words of Tony Blair when speaking of Gordon Brown] Thomas
Hamilton was the centre of a paedophile ring in Scotland that procured
boys to people of the amongst the highest rank, and Tony Blair [and] Jack
Straw covered this up by the Official Secrets Act (They would do the covering,
as both the Prime Minister's [and] Home Secretary's permission is needed
to put some something under the 100 year rule.) it is hard to see how they
or their close colleges could possibly remain in office, even if they were
never inclined to such flawed behaviour themselves. The government would
- That prospect seems to be energising a government now
considered to be fighting for its political life, even to the extent of
killing the review process by which some of the banned sections of the
Cullen Report would be made public, arguing that freedom of information
would somehow harm other abused children in Dunblane.
- In a recent interview with the Guardian newspaper, Michael
Matheson, the Scottish National Party's shadow deputy justice minister,
said: "There are more documents covered by the 100-year rule than
this police report. Some of them have nothing whatsoever to do with children.
We need to look at why such a lengthy ban has been imposed on them. I have
been contacted by a number of families affected by the tragedy who are
anxious to ensure this information becomes public. And so far we have no
guarantee that it will. We only have a review."
- "It is important we make available, if it is at
all possible, any information that is available about people in the public
eye," said the Scottish first minister, Jack McConnell.
- When Tony Blair took office following a landslide victory
in 1997, few commentators would have suggested that this man would be willing
to drag his country into a war of unjustified aggression against a people
that have done no harm to the British public. Nor would anyone have surmised
that a Labour government would hitch its political fortunes to a shabby
cabal of fanatical neoconservative Zionists working to make real their
much-touted biblical Armageddon. And no one could have predicted that Blair's
nominally "Christian" administration would transform itself into
a licentious club of flamboyant homosexual cruisers and out-of-control
- But it is now becoming shockingly clear that the slavish
adherence of Tony Blair and Jack Straw to the Bush line on Iraq may have
less to do with principled arguments, and much more to do with the fear
of CIA and FBI revelations that would make them two of the most hated politicians
in modern British political history.
- There is only one way out for Tony Blair - resign.
- Robertson considers action over web allegation
- Alleged Pedophiles at Helm of Britain's War Machine