Thursday, January 24, 2013
Heseletine, Hurd and Brittan inexplicably were absent when the Brighton Bomb exploded
Others were in on it. Willie Whitelaw was, according to Gordon Logan.
Or is this notion – Disinformation by the CIA?
– as opined by Aangirfan in comments. If Aangirfan’s right, then what to make of the rest of Gordon Logan’s claims? He told us of Jimmy Savile’s antics two weeks before he died. He mentioned the stuff about Heath, but all was available in Icke’s The Biggest Secret well beforehand. Where is Gordon Logan to defend his name now? He seemed to have a genuine hatred of the system, but was he a fantasist, or disinformation ploy?
Three prominent pro-European Community political ideologues (dupes), Douglas Hurd, Michael Heseltine and Leon Brittan, all members of Thatcher’s Cabinet at the time, were ‘inexplicably’ not present in the hotel when the bomb exploded.
The Editor has been authoritatively informed that they appear to have been tipped off in advance. When they returned they commiserated with the rest of the survivors over what had happened. All three, evidently (as reported to us) knowing what was to happen, appear to have blood on their hands. In summary, this was an ‘act of war’ perpetrated by DVD with the full authority of the German Government against the United Kingdom, employing the DVD-sponsored Provisional IRA as cover.
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