Sunday, April 14, 2013

The David Icke Newsletter, April 14th, 2013 THE 'IRON LADY' WAS A PUPPET ON A STRING

The David Icke Newsletter, April 14th, 2013


Hello all ...
I met a Canadian journalist when I was a national spokesman for the British Green Party who had just arrived from an interview with the then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. He was taken-aback by his experience and captured Thatcher in a single sentence: 'She's barely one-dimensional'.
The former prime minister died this week aged 87 and triggered the most extreme polarity of responses which ranged from her goddess-like status on the right-wing of her Conservative Party to spontaneous street parties celebrating her departure from the world.
These reactions were based on 'Thatcher did this' (very good) and 'Thatcher did that' (very bad); but my question is did Thatcher herself do anything of substance at all, or was her cold, compassionless and strident personality just the vehicle, the cover, for hidden forces to change the face of Britain and further afield? The key word as usual is Rothschild.
There are so many strands to bring together. I highlighted in my newsletter on January 13th the close relationship that the late Lord Victor Rothschild had with prime ministers such as Winston Churchill (Conservative), Edward Heath (Conservative), Harold Wilson (Labour) and Margaret Thatcher (Conservative).

Rothschild was the cement that held together a continuing policy theme through the war and post-war period until his death in 1990 - the year that Thatcher left office. He was the ringmaster and the common presence as governments came and went.
Victor Rothschild was Churchill's minder and handler (Churchill owed his career and finances to the Rothschilds) and unofficially ran British Intelligence for decades. It was this control of the security services - and thus the police - that allowed his friends and gofers like Prime Minister Edward Heath and Soviet spy and relative of the Queen Mother, Anthony Blunt, to abuse and murder children at will.
I detailed the background to this in the January newsletter and, at least in the case of Heath, his abuse and murder was done in association with BBC 'entertainer' Jimmy Savile, a close friend of the royal family and Margaret Thatcher. Savile, who died in 2011 aged 84, has since been exposed as a record-breaking paedophile, but the Establishment has covered up his child procurement for the rich and famous because of where, and to whom, it would lead.
Victor Rothschild's method of operation, as with the Rothschild cult in general, is to put people into political power with enormous secrets to hide and then they would do whatever he said in fear of exposure. Control of British Intelligence allowed him access to the secrets and gave him the power to keep them under wraps unless he decided otherwise.
Here you have the reason why British Intelligence knew about Savile's paedophile and child-procurement activities with regard to the royal family, Ted Heath and the Thatcher government and yet did nothing about it. Many have asked this question since the revelations about Savile, but the answer is quite simple.

To understand the background to Thatcher and the myth that 'she' changed the face of Britain you have to pick up the story decades earlier and follow a continuing plan through successive prime ministers of both major parties which was hidden by the illusion of 'changing' administrations and the meaningless rhetoric and image-making of the people involved.
They say that you need to follow the money to see what is going on and to a large extent that is true; but I have another method: follow the outcome. No matter what people say they stand for, no matter what they say in their written-for-them speeches, what is the outcome?
I could give many examples of this with regard to the Victor Rothschild years, but I will focus on one - the European Union - and others will come from that. First of all here are just some of the outcomes that the Rothschilds were seeking to impose from at least (and it is at least) the 19th century, never mind from the time of Churchill:
A centralised fascist/communist bureaucratic superstate known today as the European Union (achieved).

The selling of state assets to Rothschild-controlled corporations (achieved).

The deregulation of the banking and financial system on both sides of the Atlantic to allow Rothschild-controlled bankers like Goldman Sachs free reign to run riot (achieved).

To make people dependent on the state and then pull the plug leaving them destitute and in extremes of poverty (achieved).
Yes, all have been achieved and this has been done not by one prime minister or government but in stages by one after the other no matter if they were called Conservative or Labour. The common theme through them all - Rothschild.

Blair (Labour), Thatcher (Conservative), Heath (Conservative), Callaghan (Labour) and Major (Conservative) have been some of the puppets in 'power' in the post-war decades with the real power standing in the middle and the hidden power as usual nowhere to be seen.
I have detailed in the books how the Rothschild networks and frontmen were behind the creation of what has become the European Union along with the Rothschild subordinates, the Habsburgs. One of their gofers was the so-called 'Father of Europe' Jean Monnet who said in a letter to a friend in 1952:
Europe's nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.
Today's concentration of EU power over the entire continent in the hands of a few bureaucrats in Brussels was planned from the start and so was the allocation of specialisations for each country and the dismantling of their economic diversity to create economic dependency.
The war that devastated Europe had provided the symbolic blank sheet of paper on which to construct the new Rothschild Europe and the excuse to bring countries together in a 'Common Market' to 'stop war ever happening again'. But of course it hasn't stopped war. It has just changed its direction with Europe, through Britain, France and NATO, going to war with other people.
So these were the outcomes that the Rothschilds wanted and this is how they achieved them in Britain and elsewhere.

I remember as a kid often seeing Edward Heath on our black and white television pressing for Britain to join the European Economic Community (EEC) or Common Market well before he became Prime Minister in 1970. He led Britain's negotiations for entry from 1960 when he was Lord Privy Seal in the Harold Macmillan government and he signed the country into the EEC as Prime Minister on January 1st 1973.
What I didn't know until the 1990s was that through this period he was abusing and murdering children, often provided by Jimmy Savile, and that he was under the complete control of Lord Victor Rothschild who he made head of his Central Policy Review Staff which dictated his government's policies.
The secret EEC plan for national specialisation meant that industries not connected to a country's designated role had to be deleted by stealth. John Davies, Heath's Secretary of State for Industry, told the Conservative Party's 'Monday Club' group that Heath had agreed to run down Britain's manufacturing industry [including steel and the coal industries] and for London to become the money market of Europe.
Heath also secretly conceded British sovereignty of its territorial fishing waters and the EU Common Fisheries Policy has since demolished the British fishing industry in an island nation. Cabinet papers released in 2001 reveal that the government and civil servants agreed to hide what had been agreed:
'[Ministers believed] ... it vital not to get drawn into an explanation of what was going on or to admit what a disaster was in store for Britain's fishermen [who] in the wider context must be regarded as expendable.'
Sir Crispin Tickle, another of Heath's negotiators, has admitted that the Government covered up the full implications of membership and he said that the rule was 'Don't talk about this in public.' They were all lying to cover up what had been done. Heath was asked in a BBC interview decades later if he had known all along that Britain was signing up to a federal European state. He replied: 'Of course, yes'.
It is just that the public were never told that.
Heath signs Britain into the Common Market after secretly agreeing to run down the steel and coal industries and manufacturing in general. It would all happen - under Thatcher.
Edward Heath took on the coal miners in 1972 and 1974 when they went on strike over low pay. Coal stocks declined to the point where Heath introduced a three-day working week and lost the next election to another Victor Rothschild asset, the Labour leader Harold Wilson.
The plan was to destroy the coal industry as per European blueprint along with the trade union movement which brought together large numbers of people in common cause and blocked full-blown divide and rule. The original Labour Party was created by the trade unions in 1900 and was still heavily funded by them at the time of Harold Wilson and his successor as Prime Minister, James Callaghan.
If the trade unions were going to be targeted openly it could only be done by the anti-union Conservative Party which was now led in opposition by Margaret Thatcher who took over as leader from Heath in 1975. Thatcher was carefully selected on the grounds of personality and ease of manipulation.
Her personality and approach to life was honed by her father, a shopkeeper and local politician in Grantham, Lincolnshire. He was also a Christian preacher and brought up his daughter as a strict Methodist. This definition of a Methodist describes Margaret Thatcher very well:
One who is characterised by strict adherence to method; one who thinks or acts according to a fixed system or definite principles; one who is thoroughly versed in method.
Or, as the Canadian journalist put it: 'She's barely one-dimensional'.

David Cameron, the present Conservative Prime Minister, said that Thatcher was 'not a consensus politician but a conviction one' and that those convictions were 'linked profoundly with her upbringing and values'. He said that 'the clarity of these convictions was applied with great courage to the problems of the age.'
She sought to run the country like her dad ran his corner shop and this is what the Rothschilds wanted through the 1980s. She wanted everyone to be like she was because she couldn't see any other way. It was every man and woman for themselves and the end of a collectively-supporting society.
It was a time when greed and selfishness were considered virtues and if you weren't a 'winner' by these criteria then too bad.

This is the shop and property in Grantham today where Margaret Thatcher grew up and had her views and values set in stone for the rest of her life.
Thatcher was head-hunted to replace Heath in 1975 by a group of Conservative MPs led by Airey Neave, who was later assassinated in a bomb attack, and including Peter Morrison, the paedophile MP for Chester, who would remain in her inner circle until she stood down as Prime Minster in 1990. Morrison was one of the first to urge Thatcher to stand for the party leadership.
Soon Lord Alistair McAlpine of the McAlpine construction family, who has had his own paedophile allegation controversies, became Conservative Party Treasurer and close friend, confidant and in many ways Svengali. McAlpine, too, would be at her side right through to 1990.
Thatcher's qualities in terms of the Rothschild agenda were that she was very set (see concrete) in the way she saw the world, economics and British society, all of which came from her background in Grantham. She was extremely arrogant and stubborn and would not back down once she had decided what should be done.
This was vital because the Rothschild networks were about to take on great swathes of the British public as part of the transformation of British and American society and the global economic system. They chose Thatcher for Britain and Ronald Reagan for America.
Thatcher officially introduced the economics called Thatcherism while Reagan installed 'Reaganomics'. The 'two' systems were mirrors of each other because they came from the same source and useless 'opponents' were pitched against them at subsequent elections to ensure that they both stayed in office long enough to complete the job.

Thatcher was not a popular Conservative Party leader when she was opposing the government of Labour Prime Minister James Callaghan in the late 1970s and she would almost certainly not have won the 1979 General Election without the multiple strikes that crippled transport and public services and became known as 'The Winter of Discontent'.

With uncollected waste piling up in the streets and even bodies not being buried because of a gravediggers strike a monkey representing the Conservative Party could have won the General Election that year and Margaret Thatcher swept in on a landslide. The first woman leader of a British political party was now the first woman Prime Minister.
Well, in theory, because she did not run the government through the eyes of a woman, but through those of testosterone man, bullying and berating her way to enforce her will with no room for compromise. As she said herself: 'The lady's not for turning.'
Yes, and that's why she was perfect for what the Rothschilds now had planned.

Margaret Thatcher outside Downing Street after her election victory in 1979 with husband Denis who has been named by some of those saying they were abused as children.
Thatcher appointed her friend, Lord Victor Rothschild, as a 'security advisor' and put into practice the economic policies that became known as Thatcherism. These had been honed since 1974 by the Centre for Policy Studies, the think-tank that she co-founded with Sir Keith Joseph (Rothschild Zionist) and Alfred Sherman (Rothschild Zionist).
Meanwhile, Ronald Reagan came to power in the United States in 1980 just after Thatcher and his Reaganomics was the work of his economics advisor Milton Friedman (Rothschild Zionist), the American economist from the University of Chicago.
Thatcher named many Rothschild Zionists in her administration, way out of proportion to their number in the country. Among them were Keith Joseph from the Center for Policy Studies who became Industry Secretary, and Nigel Lawson, her Chancellor of the Exchequer. Industry and economics were the prime targets of 'Thatcherism' (Rothschildism).

There were also the Rothschild Zionists Lord (David) Young who became Secretary of State for Employment (unemployment as it turned out) and later industry Secretary; and Leon Brittan, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Home Secretary and another Secretary of State for Trade and Industry. Brittan has also been the subject of paedophile allegations.

These key positions to the Rothschild plan for the United Kingdom were held by Rothschild Zionists under Thatcher to such an extent that the former Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan said there were 'more old Estonians than old Etonians.' Thatcher was a member of the Conservative Friends of Israel and very close to Israel in general.

Her first Foreign Secretary up to the time of the Falklands War in 1982 was Lord Peter Carrington, a Rothschild and royal insider who went on to become Secretary General of NATO, chairman of the Rothschild Bilderberg Group and Chancellor of the Queen's 'Most Noble Order of the Garter' (yawn).

Carrington is also a close friend of Rothschild-Rockefeller agent Henry Kissinger and a co-founder of the notorious Kissinger Associates which produces Rothschild agents in government like Obama's first Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner (Rothschild Zionist).

Lord Carrington.

In short, Thatcher was surrounded by people who answered to the Rothschilds and she was so easy to manipulate because of her corner-shop naivety about the world which continued to see everything through the eyes of a Grantham grocer's daughter her entire life.

There was another theme that I picked up over the years, including my time as a spokesman for the Green Party while she was in power: you could get her to do anything so long as (a) it could be justified by her set-in-stone vision of the world and (b) you let her think that it was her idea.

Reagan was a not very bright dancing puppet with his strings held by his Vice-President Father George Bush on behalf of the Rothschilds and Rockefellers. Cowboy Reagan and Iron Lady Thatcher may have appeared to be in control of events, but that's the last thing they were and what a coincidence that both ended up with dementia soon after leaving office. In fact, Reagan's started while he was still in the White House.
They both promoted an economic system labelled 'monetarism' which is defined as 'a doctrine holding that changes in the money supply determine the direction of a nation's economy.' This is obvious in that the more 'money' there is in circulation the more is available to buy 'things' and so the more 'things' have to be made.
The question is how do you manage the money supply for the benefit of all? Thatcher and Reagan (the Rothschilds) decided to do it for the benefit of the few. There were tax cuts for the rich and cutbacks for the poor while support was withdrawn for state industries.
Thatcher sold state-owned council houses, but failed to replace them. Homeless and unemployment soared and those in poverty were told to 'get on their bike' and look for work that largely wasn't there.

British manufacturing and steel-making collapsed and Thatcher with characteristic coldness set about destroying the coal industry. She had learned from the experience of Heath and his three-day working week when coal stocks ran low during the strikes of the 1970s.
Thatcher gave the miners financial incentives to produce as much coal as possible until coal reserves were overflowing and then she began to announce the closure of pits. The miners went on strike in protest, but they had produced too much coal to impact on the economy and they marched back to work in the face of hunger and destitution after a year without wages.
The coal industry, like the steel industry, was dead and the trade unions had suffered a blow from which they have never recovered.
How interesting that Thatcher's reputation was to be vehemently opposed to the increasing power of the Rothschild European Community but her policies brought about the very changes to which Edward Heath had agreed when he negotiated entry - that is the dismantling of Britain's industrial and manufacturing base in favour of finance and 'service industries'.

I don't doubt that her opposition to increasing European Community power was very genuine, but she was manipulatable because she did not understand the forces at work around her or put two and two together. To her, there was the issue of the British economy and the issue of losing sovereignty to Europe when these were fundamentally connected.
Thatcher did exactly what was required with the financial free-for-all, too. Her so-called 'Big Bang' deregulation of the City of London financial centre opened the door to parasites like the Rothschild-controlled Goldman Sachs and a global economic system.
One financial commentator said this week of the Thatcher 'Big Bang': 'In 25 years, the UK's trade surplus in financial services increased two-and-a-half fold, and there is now no credible rival in Europe for the City's position.' The London Times said: 'Big Bang was a hugely significant reform that cemented the City of London's place as Europe's biggest financial centre.'

What was it that Heath agreed to do again when negotiating Britain's entry into the EEC? Rundown Britain's manufacturing base and focus on banking and other financial services as the UK's specialisation within a European superstate. To re-quote Heath's Secretary of State for Industry, John Davies, they had agreed to run down Britain's manufacturing industry and for London to become the money market of Europe.
Mission accomplished - thanks to 'anti-Europe' Thatcher.

While millions suffered in the Thatcher years others made vast fortunes thanks to her deregulation of the City of London.
Thatcher's philosophy, again gleaned from the corner shop, was that 'governments don't create wealth - businesses do.' Barely one-dimensional once again, but perfect for what the Rothschilds wanted because it led to a frenzy of privatisation which saw her, as former Prime Minister Harold MacMillan put it, 'selling the family silver'.
Among the Thatcher selloffs were parts of British Petroleum, now BP PLC, British Aerospace, Cable & Wireless, British Telecom, British Gas and Rolls-Royce and the company hired to do this was ... N M Rothschild.
The plan was promoted as giving the public the chance to buy shares for the first time and end the monopoly on ownership of the rich and privileged. But that was not the outcome as they well knew it wouldn't be. The public did indeed buy a lot of the shares at prices that the Rothschilds knew would increase immediately and see the public sell them quickly at a profit to the Rothschild networks - and so it was.
Now once state-owned industries are owned by many foreign companies and they are constantly increasing prices for basic necessities like power and water. Thatcher is said to have 'made Britain great again' but during her period in office from 1979 to 1990 Britain imported for the first time since the Industrial Revolution more manufactured goods than it exported and that has continued to this day.
So much of what Thatcher said did not sync with the outcome. She said that she was committed to the two-year grammar school system and opposed the single-tied comprehensive schools and yet during her period as Education Secretary the number of children in comprehensives rose from 32 per cent to 62 per cent.
With Thatcher, as with everyone, ignore the words and watch the outcome.

Thatcher and Reagan were the fronts and faces of the 1980s transformation, but not the instigators. She likely had no idea of the extent that she was manipulated because her ego would not allow the very thought to manifest. Reagan knew a lot more, but Father Bush was still the power in the White House.
They both played their role in the movie that was the end of the Soviet Union. They started out with the Cold War rhetoric about the dangers of Soviet invasion and the need for 'strong defence' (enough nuclear weapons to end the world many times over).
But then along came the Rothschild-Rockefeller stooge, Mikhail Gorbachev, and suddenly Thatcher was saying that he was 'a man I can do business with.' The Rothschilds had reached the stage where they needed the Soviet Union to be dismantled so its constituent parts could begin to be absorbed into the European Union and NATO and Gorbachev and his reception paved the way for that.

The real power behind Thatcher was revealed again by the speed in which she was removed by her own 'side' once she had outlived her welcome. Jim Tucker, the American journalist and long-time investigator of the Bilderberg Group, reported that the Bilderberg meeting in May 1989 on La Toja Island off Spain had decided that she had to go.
A prime reason for this was her opposition to further absorption of national sovereignty by the emerging European state and the Rothschilds were preparing to cross the Rubicon and create a fully-fledged European Union through the Maastricht Treaty (the Treaty on European Union) which was signed in 1992 by her successor, John Major.
Thatcher made a rare contribution in Parliament after her demise as Prime Minister in which she condemned the signing of the treaty and said that she would never have done it. Precisely, and that's why she had to go. Her usefulness to the agenda was over.
At the time that Tucker published his report in 1989 Thatcher still seemed impregnable, but soon the atmosphere changed with her worshipping press turning increasingly against her and her colleagues heading for the knife department. The year after Tucker's report about the Bilderberg decision Thatcher was gone, forced out of office in November 1990 by her own party over which she had apparently enjoyed total control.

Margaret Thatcher leaving Downing Street for the last time as Prime Minister.
The Iron Lady was like all of her predecessors and successors in Downing Street - a pawn in a game that they largely do not understand. Some do more than others, but I doubt if Thatcher was one of those. She had the political, social and economic views that suited the Rothschild agenda in that period (the same with Reagan) and the never back down attitude that would ensure that the desired changes would happen.
But when another approach was needed - she was off. Iron Lady she was not except in her personal stubbornness.

The Thatcher years kicked-started a new era of economic, political and social policy as part of a long-planned agenda for global transformation, but she was a pawn in that game, not a queen. What has followed with her successors, John Major, Tony Blair, briefly Gordon Brown, and now David Cameron has been simply the continuation of what 'she' (the Rothschilds) instigated.
Their continued deregulation of the financial system started by Thatcher and in league with US presidents and Alan Greenspan at the Federal Reserve led us to the crash of 2008 and all that has followed. Through the years of these prime ministers and presidents the Orwellian state has constantly increased while its social policy and care for people in need has been whittled away to the point now where it hardly functions at all.
People remember the Thatcher assault on the society that she said did not exist because she was loud, open and upfront about it; but today under David Cameron (Rothschild Zionist) it is in many ways becoming worse than under Thatcher.
He doesn't face the scale of union opposition that Thatcher did because she cut their balls off and they have never been replaced. The current Labour Party leader, Ed Miliband (Rothschild Zionist) said this week that Thatcher had moved the centre ground of politics and for once he was right.
In Thatcher's day what she did was considered extreme, but now it has almost reached the point of political consensus if, once again, you ignore the words from all parties and watch for the outcome.

Ed Miliband (Labour), David Cameron (Conservative) and Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrat).
Spot the difference? Me neither.
The way that people have been so sharply divided in their view of Thatcher following her death this week is testament to the lack of understanding of the forces behind the 'us and them' party game. It is only when you see the common forces that span the decades and centuries that the truths behind the myths can be seen.
Thatcher, despite her reputation, was in fact just another here today and gone tomorrow politician whose views and attitudes happened to fit what the Rothschilds wanted to happen in the 1980s. Nothing changed in the game, even down to her paedophile-infested government and, like the Queen, Prince Philip and Prince Charles, her personal friendship with child-procurer Jimmy Savile.
Party politics and political personalities hide the core truth that the Rothschilds do not want us to see: It is not that the game has to change - the game has to go.

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