The Dacia Logan, the cheapest car in the UK today at £6995 on the road, named after British spy Gordon Logan by a grateful Romania, after he triggered the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Gordon Logan writes –
After the resignation of Sir Richard Dearlove in August 2003, his successor Sir John Scarlett, whose career I (Gordon Logan) had made, also decided to have me killed in early 2005.
I had intended to return to the UK and stand with David Shayler as a parliamentary candidate in Blair’s constituency. The killing had to be aborted after I received a tip off in two e-mails from the celebrated ‘Romeo’ spy, John Symonds. He described my killer and warned me to open my own tins.
I didn’t go back to the UK, but in April, before the election I began publicizing the secret clause in Thatcher’s Trident treaty, which obliges British Prime Ministers to go to war.
If this issue had been discussed in Parliament, the new British propensity for war might have been curbed.
Cryptome posted my Trident letter on 30th April and the very next day journalist and intelligence officer Mick Smith’s Downing Street Memo, insignificant according to Bugliosi, hit the Sunday Times raw with no blurb. Jane’s (MI6) immediately sent a copy to Cryptome to displace attention from my Trident posting. Smithy had had no time to write anything, unlike the more important documents he had been given on 18th September 2004, for which he had written two long articles.
A Downing Street Memo web site sprang up fully armed two weeks later. Blair was made the willing scapegoat for a fiscal war, and the secret treaty vanished down the memory hole. Britain’s political class embraced the Chilcot farce – and another fiscal war in Libya.
(One reason for the Iraq War was to free up BP’s North Alaskan oilfields for drilling. They were being used to collateralize a tranche of US federal debt under Nixon’s phoney EPA of 1970. Readers can check Bush’s Alaska exec orders of February and July 2003. So Britain’s bankers, who happen to be America’s most powerful creditors, were behind the Iraq war, Smithy’s chickenfeed, Chilcot and we can be sure, the murders of David Kelly and Robin Cook.).
Some years later, in 2009, after agents tricked my Chinese wife into leaving the UK with our daughter so as to force me to live in China, I paid a visit to the British Embassy in Bahrain.
I introduced myself at the reception as the ‘agent who brought down the Soviet Union’ and asked to meet anybody from the political section.
A diplomat called Mark Keeping came downstairs sharpish, and we went into a conference room for a chat. I told Mark about my family problem and also told him that there would be trouble. Some weeks later, I informed an inquisitive MI6 agent what I was going to do. I would block Blair from the Presidency of the EU.
The agent asked me if I had written anything that was ready to go. I said no, but it will only take five minutes. I used the MI6 bombings story and the Gosch/Gannon/Guckert scandal.
In July 2003, GGG had bragged to some students about how he would be ‘entertaining’ Tony Blair. The students didn’t suspect that GGG had a website with full frontals to show what he used to entertain the great and the good. I posted the gory details in a comment on a GRU website in Moscow and stated that I was going to block Blair.
Of course, the Europeans, who have had a bellyful of the Brits, loved that. Meanwhile, Murdoch’s Sun confidently announced on its front page that Blair was now certain to become President. Weeks after my announcement, I was proved right and Murdoch was proved wrong. Rompuy got Blair’s job. The mass murdering millionaire’s face was a sight to see. He had even equipped himself with a palace near London.
2. What happened after the collapse of the Soviet Union?
Thanks to the late Jude Wanniski, Ronald Reagan’s ‘supply side’ adviser, we know the inside story. Before his death, in an article that seems to have been removed from his website.
Wanniski described how in late 1991 the new Yeltsin government sent a letter to America asking for economic advice. There was a meeting in New York that Wanniski attended. It was dominated by Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz. Wanniski put forward some sensible proposals, but was quickly put in his place by Perle, who said, ‘We’ve screwed them once, so we’ll screw them again.’
‘Shock therapy’ – a hoax that had already reduced millions in Eastern Europe to abject poverty – was to be extended to Russia. The Harvard charlatan Jeffrey Sachs was sent to Moscow to preach the shock therapy gospel. Gusinsky, Berezovsky, Khodorkovsky and the rest all moved in to plunder Russia. Sachs himself made a fortune and was kicked out of Harvard for his greed.
For almost a decade Russia was haemorrhaging, until Putin and I stepped in late 1999.
I’ve never met Putin in my life so how did it happen?
Very simple. In 1993, Sir Colin McColl got rid of one of his top buffoons, former MI6 Director of Research, Peter Janke, by sending him to keep an eye on me in the Saudi Arabian Navy, where I was working. Janke told me that he had sent one of his minions to Moscow in 1991, to make sure that Kryuchkov’s successor Bakatin kept the lid on the secrets. Some years later, in 1999, following a transparent deception initiated by Janke, the Saudi Intelligence Service (Prince Turki Al-Faisal himself) visited my Admiral and ordered him not to renew my contract. Our buffoon had persuaded the Embassy to tell Saudi Intelligence that I was a Russian spy.
I took Janke and his ‘partner’ aside individually and got an admission out of each. Just before leaving the country in October, I spoke to a high ranking Saudi naval officer that I knew and told him who Janke was and why he was causing trouble.
Like many other operatives before and since, Janke had thought it might be a good idea to play a little trick on the ‘man who brought down the Soviet Union’.
The result of our meeting was that the Saudis got in touch with their mortal enemies at the Russian Embassy and both sides started to talk turkey for the first time in history. The British Ambassador, Sir Andrew Greene, was disgraced and the Russians suddenly found themselves in favour. Russian Foreign Minister, Igor Ivanov, turned up in Riyadh a few weeks later and together the Russians and the Saudis seized control of the oil market from US Energy Secretary Bill Richardson.
Overnight, Putin solved Russia’s fiscal problems and the governments of the Gulf began to roll in money again! It’s a good story – and I still have the documents to prove it.
Last but not least, the journalist and former Euro MP, Richard Cottrell has been in touch with me and he says that he has just written a new book entitled Gladio. It focuses on false flag operations and will cast light on the notorious British/Bulgarian ‘umbrella’ killing of Georgi Markov – the most important assassination in Europe since the shooting of Archduke Ferdinand in 1914.
O’Keefe sums up the program that Putin is facing.