Great Britain’s 541 Athletes

Hi Tap,  Very quick Post.


The British ZION Team is composed of 541 Members, 5+4+1 = 10

10 is the God Head number & is never reduced.

The ILLUMINATI always try to Top ’10’ with ’11’ also never reduced.


Meet Team GB (all 541 of them!): Andy Hooper’s stunning image brings together every Olympic athlete on the eve of the Games

In an historic photograph, Daily Mail photographer Andy Hooper has pinned together pictures of all 541 members of the Great Britain squad for the Olympics. There are three larger pictures tagged with each athlete’s name so you can identify them, plus the full image and caption below. And at the bottom of the article, Andy explains the secrets behind the remarkable image…

Link to complete Article & Full set of Images. + Video

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Row 1 (TOP ROW), from left to right: Azania Stewart, Julie Page, Jenaya Wade- Fray, Temi Fagbenle, Joel Freeland, Dan Clark, Kieron Achara, Pops Mensah-Bonsu (all basketball), Jon Schofield, Liam Heath, Richard Jefferies (all canoeing), Lynn Beattie, Jo Morgan, Grace Carter, Janine Sandell, Dami Bakare, Dan Hunter, Andrew Pink, Jason Haldane (all volleyball), Ryan Giggs, Micah Richards, Ryan Bertrand, Aaron Ramsey, Craig Dawson, Danny Rose, Ellen White, Karen Bardsley, Eniola Aluko, Kim Little, Sophie Bradley, Karen Carney (all football), Sophie Troiano, Anna Bentley, James Honeybone, Natalia Sheppard, Louise Bond-Williams (all fencing). 
Row 2: Stef Collins, Rachel Vanderwal, Natalie Stafford, Dominique Allen, Andrew Lawrence, Eric Boateng, Nate Reinking, Luol Deng (all basketball), Tim Brabants, Ed McKeever (both canoeing), Lucy Wicks, Maria Bertelli, Rachel Bragg, Lizzie Reid, Ciara Michel, Peter Bakare, Ben Pipes, Joel Miller, Chris Lamont (all volleyball), Tom Cleverley, Jack Butland, Scott Sinclair, Marvin Sordell, Jack Cork, Daniel Sturridge, Jill Scott, Anita Asante, Alex Scott, Kelly Smith, Casey Stoney, Fara Williams (all football), Husayn Rosowsky, James Davis, Richard Kruse, Corinna Lawrence, Sophie Williams (all fencing).
Row 3: Rose Anderson, Johannah Leedham , Chantelle Handy, Kimberly Butler, Kyle Johnson, Andrew Sullivan, Mike Lenzly, Robert Archibald (all basketball), Jess Walker, Angela Hannah, Rachel Cawthorn, Louisa Sawers (all canoeing), Rach Laybourne, Jennifer Taylor, Savanah Leaf , Mark McGivern, Mark Plotyczer, Nathan French, Kieran O’Malley (all volleyball), Craig Bellamy, James Tomkins, Jason Steele, Joe Allen, Neil Taylor, Steven Caulker, Stephanie Houghton, Rachel Williams, Rachel Brown, Claire Rafferty, Ifeoma Dieke, Rachel Yankey (all football), Chris Adcock, Imogen Bankier, Susan Egelstaff , Rajiv Ouseph (all badminton). 
Row 4: Katherine Grainger, Beth Rodford, Annie Vernon, Lindsey Maguire, Katie Greves (all rowing), Stuart Bithell (sailing), Philip Hindes, Annie Last, Laura Trott (all cycling), Richard Hounslow, David Florence, Abigail Edmonds , Tim Baillie, Etienne Stott, Lizzie Neave (all canoeing) James Ellington, Marilyn Okoro, Holly Bleasdale, Robbie Grabarz, Perri Shakes-Drayton, Gareth Warburton, Lisa Dobriskey, Michael Rimmer, Lawrence Okoye, Andrew Osagie, Laura Weightman, Abdul Buhari, Lynsey Sharp, Mervyn Luckwell, Chris Thompson, Shara Proctor, Daniel Awde, Scott Overall, Nick McCormick, Johanna Jackson, Phillips Idowu (all athletics).
Row 5: Greg Searle, Natasha Page, Debbie Flood, Melanie Wilson (all rowing) Andrew Simpson, Ben Ainslie (both sailing), Jason Kenny, Chris Hoy, Dani King, Victoria Pendleton, Mark Cavendish, Ed Clancy, Chris Froome, Steven Burke (all cycling), Mara Yamauchi, Lee Merrien, Paula Radcliffe, Rhys Williams, Yamile Aldama , Ross Murray, Christine Ohuruogu, James lou, Martyn Rooney, Danny Talbot, Chris Tomlinson, Dwain Chambers, Nigel Levine, Mark Lewis-Francis, Luke Lennon-Ford, Adam Gemili, Simeon Williamson, Eilish McColgan, Rob Tobin, Conrad Williams (all athletics) Ashley McKenzie, Winston Gordon (both judo).
Row 6: Constantine Louloudis, Tom Ransley, Anna Watkins, Frances Houghton (all rowing), Stevie Morrison (sailing), Jessica Varnish, Liam Killeen, Joanna Rowsell, Wendy Houvenaghel, Liam Phillips, Shanaze Reade, Geraint Thomas , Ian Stannard (all cycling), Zoe Smith, Tash Perdue, Peter Kirkbride, Jack Oliver, Gareth Evans (all weightlifting), Lawrence Clarke, Eilidh Child, Carl Myerscough, Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Stuart Stokes, Claire Ha llissey, Anyika Onuora, Margaret Adeoye, Shana Cox, Tiffany Porter, Abi Oyepitan, Nicola Sanders, Greg Rutherford, Lee McConnell, Goldie Sayers (all athletics), Euan Burton, Daniel Williams, Christopher Sherrington (all judo). 
Row 7: Peter Chambers, Rob Williams , Chris Bartley, Heather Stanning (all rowing) Iain Percy (sailing), Stuart Hayes, Jonathan Brownlee, Alistair Brownlee (all triathlon), Lizzie Armitstead , Nicole Cooke, Andrew Tennant, Peter Kennaugh, Bradley Wiggins, David Millar (all cycling), Samantha Murray, Mhairi Spence, Nick Woodbridge, Sam Weale (all modern pentathlon), Jessica Ennis, Barbara Parker, Richard Buck, Dominic King, Brett Morse, Jo Pavey, Andy Baddeley, Sophie Hitchon, Alex Smith, Louise Hazel, Emily Diamond, Andrew Pozzi, Dai Greene, Jack Green (all athletics), Colin Oates, James Austin, Gemma Howell, Karina Bryant (all judo). 
Row 8: Zac Purchase, Mark Hunter, Richard Chambers, Caroline O’Connor (rowing) Ali Young (sailing) Helen Jenkins, Lucy Hall, Vicky Holland (all triathlon), Lucy Martin, Emma Pooley (both cycling), Shauna Mullin, Zara Dampney, John Garcia Thompson, Steve Grotowski (all beach volleyball), Joanna Parker, Na Liu, Kelly Sibley, Liam Pitchford, Andrew Baggaley, Paul Drinkhall (all table tennis), Mo Farah, Julia Bleasdale, Andy Turner, Kate Dennison, Hannah England, Steve Lewis, Christian Malcolm (all athletics), Sarah Thomas , Hannah Macleod, Helen Richardson, Nicola White, Emily Maguire, Alex Danson, Ashleigh Ball, Laura Unsworth (all hockey), Sally Conway (judo). 
Row 9: Jade Jones (taekwondo), George Nash, Pete Reed, Will Satch (all rowing), Ben Rhodes (sailing), Louise Jukes, Sarah Hargreaves, Nina Heglund, Marie Gerbron, Ewa Pailies, Christopher Mohr, Steven Larsson, Bobby White, Ciaran Williams (all handball), Rob Parker, Matthew Holland (both water polo), Jonathan Hammond, Elena Allen, Georgina Geikie, Rory Warlow, Richard Faulds , Richard Brickell (all shooting) Mary King, Zara Phillips , Kristina Cook, Nicola Wilson, William Fox-Pitt, Charlotte Duja rdin, Laura Bechtolsheimer (all equestrian), Ashley Jackson, Kate Walsh, Crista Cullen, Georgie Twigg, Sally Walton, Laura Bartlett, Anne Panter (all hockey). 
Row 10: Sarah Stevenson (taekwondo), Andrew Triggs Hodge, Sam Townsend, Charles Cousins, Jess Eddie (all rowing), Paul Goodison (sailing), Britt Goodwin, Zoe Van Der Weel, Kathryn Fudge, Sebastien Edgar, Christopher McDermott, Gawain Vincent, Mark Hawkins, Robin Garnham (all handball) Jack Waller, Alex Parsonage, Sean King, Adam Scholefield (all water polo) James Huckle, Charlotte Kerwood, Jen McIntosh, Ed Ling, Peter Wilson (all shooting) Ben Maher, Peter Charles, Scott Brash, Nick Skelton, Richard Davison, Carl Hester (all equestrian) Richard Smith, Iain Lewers, Alastair Wilson, Ben Hawes, Barry Middleton, Glenn Kirkham , Dan Fox, Chloe Rogers (all hockey). 
Row 11: Martin Stamper (taekwondo), Stephen Rowbotham, Tom Solesbury, Bill Lucas (all rowing), Nick Dempsey, Bryony Shaw (both windsurfing), Jane Mayes, Holly Lam-Moores, Yvonne Leuthold, John Pearce, Sebastian Prieto, Martin Hare, Jesper Parker, Daniel McMillan (all handball) Ed Scott, Glen Robinson, Sean Ryder, Ciaran James (all water polo), Chris Mears, Stacie Powell, Jack La ugher, Nick Robinson-Baker, Alicia Blagg, Rebecca Gallantree (all diving), Larry Godfrey, Alan Wills, Simon Terry (all archery), Andy Murray, Jamie Murray, Colin Fleming, Anne Keothavong (all tennis), Rob Moore, James Fair, Matt Daly, James Tindall, Beth Storry (all hockey). 
Row 12: Mohamed Sbihi, James Foad , Alex Partridge, Victoria Thornley (all rowing) Hannah Mills, Sas kia Clark (both sailing), Kelsi Fairbrother, Lyn Byl, Lynn McCafferty, Angela Winstanley-Smith, Lisa Gibson, Rebecca Kershaw, Ciara Gibson- Byrne, Francesca Clayton, Chloe Wilcox, Craig Figes, Jake Vincent, Joe O’Regan (all water polo), Tom Daley, Pete Waterfield, Tonia Couch, Monique Gladding, Sarah Barrow, Hannah Starling (all diving), Amy Oliver, Naomi Folkard, Alison Williamson (all archery), Heather Watson, Elena Baltacha, Laura Robson, Ross Hutchins (all tennis), Iain Mackay, Harry Martin, Jonty Clarke, Nick Catlin (all hockey). 
Row 13: Lutalo Muhammad (taekwondo), Alan Camp bell, Alex Gregory, Tom James (all rowing), Annie Lush (sailing), Luke Campbell, Tom Stalker, Josh Taylor, Anthony Joshua (all boxing), Rosie Morris, Robyn Nicholls, Frances Leighton, Alex Rutlidge, Fiona McCann, Hazel Musgrove, Frankie Snell (all water polo), Simon Burnett, Joe Roebuck, Amy Smith, Ross Davenport, Lizzie Simmonds , Liam Tancock, Fran Halsall, Ieuan Lloyd, Keri-Anne Payne, David Carry, Marco Loughran, Grant Turner, James Disney-May, Gemma Spofforth, Ellen Gandy (all swimming), Dan Purvis, Georgina Cassar, Jade Faulkner, Rachel Smith (all gymnastics), Sarah Clark, Kelly Edwards (both judo). 
Row 14: Matthew Langridge, Richard Egington, Matt Wells, Louisa Reeve, Olivia Whitlam (all rowing), Lucy Macgregor (sailing), Savannah Marshall, Nicola Adams , Natasha Jonas, Anthony Ogogo (all boxing), Asha Randall, Katie Skelton, Jennifer Knobbs, Vicki Lucass (all synchronised swimming), Caitlin McClatchey, Rob Bale, Jo Jackson, Rebecca Adlington, Jes ica Lloyd, Roberto Pavoni, Daniel Fogg, James Goddard, Adam Brown, Craig Gibbons, Andrew Willis, Craig Benson, Antony James, Hannah Miley, Kate Ha ywood (all swimming), Hannah Whelan, Louis Smith, Sam Oldham , Kristian Thomas , Max Whitlock, Jenni Pinches, Francesca Fox (all gymnastics). 
Row 15: Phelan Hill, Sophie Hosking, Katherine Copeland, Helen Glover (all rowing) Luke Patience, Kate Macgregor (both sailing), Fred Evans, Andrew Selby (both boxing), Katie Dawkins, Jenna Randall, Katie Clark, Olivia Federici, Yvette Baker (all synchronised swimming), Chris Walker-Hebborn, Robbie Renwick, Sophie Allen, Michael Rock, Stacey Tadd , Michael Jamieson, David Dav ies, Georgia Dav ies, Aimee Willmott, Jemma Lowe, Ellie Faulkner, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, Steph Proud, Rebecca Turner (all swimming), Rebecca Tunney, Beth Tweddle, Imogen Cairns, Kat Driscoll, Lynne Hutchinson, Francesca Jones, Louisa Pouli (all gymnastics), Olga Butkevych (wrestling), Sophie Cox, Gemma Gibbons (both judo).

I have some more Stuff on this Topic, I will send it later. as I am busy at present.




REGARDS  ………………. WASP


TAP – surely the 541 is coincidental, and not significant.


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14 Responses to “Great Britain’s 541 Athletes”

  1. Chris J says:

    nice pyramids going on in that photo

  2. stedra rulz says:

    This video has been making a stir:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0VOdFIi23U&feature=player_embedded

    It starts off(after the opening)with President Bush in the school in Florida on 911.

  3. Jock says:

    First clear sky over East Scotland in 2 months. Chemtrailers stood down for Olympics ? Hurrah ! Hopefully last for 3 weeks 🙂

  4. Anonymous says:

    I drop by now and again to see what new “conspiracy” there is doing the rounds.

    I must say this character WASP takes the Gold Medal.

    Someone who can find a “conspiracy” everywhere he looks.

    He probably looked in the mirror this morning and counted 11 hairs on his chin and came to the conclusion the “Illuminati” put them there during the night.

    Completely bonkers.

  5. Paul says:

    Oh look…an anonymous strawman attack on an article, straight out of the manual, then going on to use a argument he built himself to try and attack him, nice going, guess you had the early shift?

    • James says:

      Anon is correct. If you look hard enough you can find evidence of conspiracy everywhere, all sorts of things that can be made to fit the version of events happening inside your head. And it’s all complete tosh! I mean, chemtrails, come on!

    • Anonymous says:

      Wasps does post some bonkers stuff, but he’s right about Jesuits and lots of other stuff too

      GO WASP ! Yeah baby !

  6. Chris J says:

    @Anonymous 6.18AM – couldn’t you have at least attempted to be a bit funnier ? thats such a limp and laboured attempt at a put down – must try harder

  7. Anonymous says:

    @ stedra rulz

    The maker of I, Pet Goat II goes through the film on InfoWars:

    http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/108556/Louis_Lefebvre_Secrets_of_I_Pet_Goat_II_Revealed_Louis_Lefebvre_InfoWars/

    Vigilant Citizen also analyzed it a few weeks ago:

    http://vigilantcitizen.com/moviesandtv/the-esoteric-symbolism-of-the-viral-video-i-pet-goat-ii/

    Many comments there.

    Pet Goat is the story Dubya was reading in the high school on 9/11

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pet_Goat

  8. Chris J says:

    @James – your point is a good one -however most of what is discussed here is actual fact -the bbc have confirmed aerosol chemtrailing for example.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8338853.stm

    Theres a difference between conspiracy fact and conspiracy theory

  9. Tapestry says:

    I find the numbers thing hard to follow. I am sure dates like 911 and 7/7 are significant in that the elites struggle to explain their acts to themselves, and numbers help to provide some kind of framework to otherwise random acts of brutality.

    The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month for example. Why stop WW1 then? It’s nonsensical to any normal human being, but no doubt is made chrystal clear in the Satanist bankers’ war-making handbook.

    They ran media warnings of 911 for a decade, and can now run out endless warnings of conspiracy events which turn into nonevents, until everyone’s exhausted. The false false flag event is now becoming common.

  10. Anonymous says:

    OK all of you “conspiracy” addicts. Lets have something we can all check. I would at least expect WASP to rise to the challenge and predict something BEFORE it happens.

    Conspiracy addicts have two very outstanding traits “no sense of humour” and “very short selective memories”.

    A conspiracy addict NEVER EVER returns to a pet conspiracy that didn’t happen.

    I seem to remember the conspiracy addicts had the US Enterprise carrier sunk in March by their own side to kick-off the war against Iran. What happened did rain stop play?

  11. Chris J says:

    @anonymous 3.50pm

    Heres one, techicaly could be described as a conspiracy as we have have been misled and lied to about it

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8338853.stm

    you can even see a lovely diagram of an aeroplane spraying its lovely toxic load over all of us

  12. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, Anon 3.50pm should remember the US election is getting near.
    In order for the British Obama to get re-elected, he may have to play the last Enterprise card.
    The ploy of having stalking horses is working at the moment, it’s better the Devil you know.
    The last card involves declaring a National emergency, then Obama just carries on for Years as President. Who needs elections.

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