Saturday, November 17, 2012


Sir Evelyn de Rothschild

On 15 November 2012, there was a by-election in the UK, in Manchester Central.

In Manchester Central, the voter turnout was 18.16%.

A growing number of people know that elections are a waste of time, as the 'big decisions' are made by secretive cabals.

These cabals appear to have links to the security services and to Israel.

Sir David Bell who attended the University of Pennsylvania

Members of the board of directors of The Economist Group have included: Sir David Bell and Lynn Forester de Rothschild.

On 16 November 2012, the Daily Mail names some of the secret rulers in the UK.

Common Purpose is a 'spooky' charity that runs leadership courses.

"Until last year, Common Purpose's David Bell sat on the committee that appointed Britain's 'Top 200' civil servants."

The 'international communications agency' was founded and is owned by Alan Donnelly.

Donnelly lives with Peter Power, an ex-spokesman for and close associate of the former Business Secretary Lord Mandelson.

Jacob Rothschild and Peter Mandelson

Sir David Bell is on the panel of assessors assisting Lord Justice Leveson with his inquiry into press standards.

Sir David is a trustee of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, the group behind the BBC Newsnight report which failed to mention the names of any powerful child abusers.

Sir David heads an organisation called Common Purpose which sends public servants on ‘leadership’ courses.

Jean Charles de Menezes

Among senior police officers linked to Common Purpose is Cressida Dick, the police commander in charge of the operation that ended with the 2005 shooting of innocent Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes.


Dick chose Deputy Assistant Commissioner Sue Akers to head the investigation into phone-hacking and payments to police and public officials at Murdoch's News International.

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Blair and Savile, friends of Israel

Some people want the UK print media to be firmly controlled by Ofcom, the media regulatory body.

Ofcom is largely staffed by friends of Tony Blair.

One of these is Ed Richards, who was senior policy adviser on the media to Tony Blair.

Other names to note include Baroness Helena Kennedy, linked to Common Purpose, and Robert Peston, BBC business editor and Common Purpose 'cheerleader'.

Sir Bob Kerslake, head of the Home Civil Service, is a Common Purpose graduate.

Lord Patten, chairman of the BBC Trust, is linked to Common Purpose.

Jon Williams, the BBC's World News Editor, is a graduate of Common Purpose.

Professor Richard Sambrook, who was the BBC's Head of News and director of the World Service, is a fan of Common Purpose.

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The secretive cabals try to keep us in the dark.

The Waterhouse Inquiry examined child abuse at children's homes in North Wales.

A former Deputy Director of the Bryn Alyn children's home, Des Frost, was not called as a witness, despite reporting abuse at the home to the police.

A year after the report was completed a former ITV Wales journalist had a private meeting with Sir Ronald in which he says he told him about Des Frost's claim.

"More and more instead of it being a conversation between the two of us, it was me telling him things and my impression is that he was stunned, shocked, by the Des Frost allegations. I got the impression he knew nothing about it." - FORMER ITV JOURNALIST PADDY FRENCH

Child abuse inquiry 'may not have heard key evidence'


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