Thatcher resisted the bankers and was got rid of – Gordon Logan

  1. She’d read and been convinced by The Money Bomb, The Dinosaur At The Treasury by James Gibb Stuart.
    Gordon Logan says:

    The former DG of MI6, Sir Richard Dearlove, tried to get me killed twice: once with weapons grade salmonella in November 2000. Once in December 2002 when my handler added pressure to my off side front tyre. I got a tip off and had the car checked. The UK is an absolute f****** disgrace – rotten from top to bottom. Don’t think they only kill jihadis, they’ll kill members of the royal family and members of the government. They even tried to kill Thatcher. They’ve tried to kill Putin a few times. The last attempt was carried out by a Chechen with a British passport.

  2. Yes thank goodness they failed Gordon. Your knowledge and inside information is pure gold.
    We need people like you who are informed of their nafarious plot.
    They have to fail now as the whole thing is becoming clear to the layman.

    I do believe Putin has got them hindered and outed, he at least has never attacked the west….he is defending and morally leading them into more exposure.  Lynn.

  3. I have led a very strange life. This is partly a logical consequence of what I knew and was involved in. In dealing with secret services as enemies, one should be maximally noisy and audacious. I don’t feel sorry for the royal family or politicians, but it doesn’t take much for them to get killed. The Khazar/Rothschild Mafia or KRM requires ideological obedience from its members, that is lip service to dogmas such as the ‘war on terror’, anthropogenic global warning, diversity etc, etc. Deviation in members of the elite is not tolerated. Hence the deaths of people like Diana and Robin Cook. We are transitioning into an age of NWO ideological claptrap, whch is why Cameron puts ‘non-violent extremists’ on a par with ISIS. If the public sees through the claptrap, the whole murderous project will be in trouble. All this is the endgame of centuries of crooked banking and now they’re in danger of dropping the ball. They have two big problems: the rapprochement of Russia and China (both armed to the teeth) and the internet, where everything is hanging out. There is total cognitive dissonance between the net and the MSM and the latter is getting more and more discredited, hence Cameron’s desperate speech at the UN last year. Thatcher’s colleagues were behind the Brighton bombing. The British financed and controlled the Provos for decades. Thatcher was obstinate and unapproachable and had to be got rid of. She wouldn’t even send a frigate to the South Atlantic to dissuade the Argies, because of her pennypinching. The result was that the Treasury had to pay billions for a war that could be avoided. She also didn’t like the bankers and had even read Gibb Stuart. So any British politician can get whacked.

  4. I mentioned the ecomomist James Gibb Stuart. Here is the book that Thatcher read:http://www.stuarttitles.co.uk/samples/978-0947621-20-9.pdf
    Dangerous stuff!

    Margaret-Thatcher

    She’d read and been convinced by The Money Bomb, The Dinosaur At The Treasury by James Gibb Stuart.

    Thatcher was interested by Gibb Stuart and the idea of sovereign money. This would have horrified TPTB and they no doubt diverted her attention to ‘wholesome’ Jewish thinkers like Milton Friedman and Von Hayek. Von Hayek is at the opposite end of the spectrum and is opposed to governments creating money. He thought that only private banks should create money. Malcolm Rifkind goes so far as to say that the state creation of money is ‘counterfeiting’, which is not surprising from a Rothschild placeman.

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7 Responses to “Thatcher resisted the bankers and was got rid of – Gordon Logan”

  1. Gordon Logan says:

    Thatcher was interested by Gibb Stuart and the idea of sovereign money. This would have horrified TPTB and they no doubt diverted her attention to ‘wholesome’ Jewish thinkers like Milton Friedman and Von Hayek. Von Hayek is at the opposite end of the spectrum and is opposed to governments creating money. He thought that only private banks should create money. Malcolm Rifkind goes so far as to say that the state creation of money is ‘counterfeiting’, which is not surprising from a Rothschild placeman.

    • ferryt says:

      What is your opinion on the setup involving scumbag rifkind and his buddy straw?

      Nearly fell over reading about it in the torygraph rag.

      So many unanswered questions..

  2. Tom74 says:

    There are some disturbing elements to Thatcher’s premiership, such as the ruthless way she dealt with the miners, the sinking of the Belgrano, the Christmas lunches with Jimmy Savile etc
    But nevertheless, I think she was the last Prime Minister we had who was not simply a stooge of the elites. I think she gradually became wise to what was really going on and at that point they forced her out.
    I remember well the organised campaign by Andrew Neil’s Sunday Times and others to get rid of Thatcher, so the elites could install Heseltine.
    Thatcher’s removal was basically a coup by foreign businessmen and our own establishment who were frightened of Thatcher’s fearsome intelligence and, I think, patriotism.

  3. ferryt says:

    I strongly disagree with any endorsement of thatcher.

    Same modus operandi. We don’t have real leaders. Nor imo do we need them. We just think we do. Not really our thoughts though are they?

    She had no problem hurting many many people.

    What’s her son up to these days?

  4. Lynn says:

    Thatcher was responsible for her part in how many Irish deaths….plus the selling off of industry to the corporations. Asset stripping the UK started with her. She was another stooge with a cabinet full of Sodomites. Don’t give that woman any credit for her part in all of the mess we are in.

  5. Gordon Logan says:

    The Rifkind/Straw case is important. Rifkind is a big fish. He’s reputed to belong to the famous ‘Committee of 300’ described by John Coleman. The editor of the Torygraph doesn’t have the clout to take down a big fish like Rifkind. The Torygraph is close to MI6 and the coup occurred two weeks from the retirement of John Sawers, so it may well be his parting shot. Rifkind was the Chair of the
    Parliamentary Intel and Security Committee. As I’ve said many times, the secret services and the MoD have to grovel to Israel and the Jews all the time and a lot of them are sick of it, and so they should be. Sawers would be backed by powerful opposition to the neocons in Washington. Look at the fate of Petraeus – an Israel groveller if ever there was one. The Pentagon harbours disgruntled brass – check out Veterans Today, which is a DIA website. Kerry’s recent visit to Moscow with a furious Nuland in tow is the culmination of two years of neocon insanity that brought the world as near to nuclear war as it’s ever been. It’s fairly obvious that the neocons (and cryptojew Cameron) tried to nuke the Russians in the middle of March. The neocons have abandoned the Cold War Mutually Assured Destruction doctrine (mutual deterence) in favour of first strike capability. Cameron and Hammond don’t tire of saying that they are willing to use nuclear weapons – which is juvenile folly in a small, totally unprepared country like ours facing Russia, armed to the teeth, with massive air raid shelters and a first class air defence system. Nuland’s comeuppance in Moscow suggests that there’s a wind of change. I certainly hope there is.

  6. Gordon Logan says:

    The Brighton bombing was very probably motivated by the fact that Thatcher’s unapproachabillty was responsible for the Falklands war. Carrington couldn’t submit the MI6 Falklands report in Cabinet because Thatcher would have immediately rubbished him for wanting to spend 10 million on a frigate to dissuade the Argies. The fact that the Franks Report on the war blamed MI6 must have counted against her. Six lost its standing chairmanship of the Joint Intelligence Committee and was forced to carry the can for the war. The coup that finally removed Thatcher involved Rifkind and it must have been a great relief to have the harridan replaced by John Major. It is remarkable that she read Gibb Stuart on the outrageous British banking system.but she was quickly brought back to the straight and narrow and went along with Lawson and controlling M3. If the had tried to adopt Gibb Stuart, she would have gone the way of John Smith and Robin Cook.

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