Posts Tagged ‘Knights of Malta’

Recent Interview with Leo Zagami

November 28, 2012

Interesting interview with Illuminati ‘whistleblower’, Leo Zagami…

Aka Leo Lyon Zagami (born March 5, 1970) who lived in Rome until he was 24, he then spent the next 15 years in England and Norway. Zagami goes into detail about how the shadow government is constructed and who is actually issuing the standing orders which affect our societies and geopolitical trends…



Sir Jim’ll Fix It Alright! As Honourable Paedophile and Provider in the Corridors of Power

October 15, 2012

Peter Sterry
21st Century Wire
Senior Researcher

The current wave of shock and disgust at the discovery that Jimmy Savile was a systematic sexual predator should not be confined to the disgraced former television presenter. 

With every passing day it seems, more evidence emerges of  Savile’s repulsive activities at Stoke Mandeville, Broadmoor and various other hospitals and morgues around the country, as well as, of course – at the old BBC Television Centre.

As each new story comes out, it becomes more and more evident that there certainly was knowledge at the highest levels of media and entertainment of Savile’s deeds. Even Piers Morgan laughed-off potential warnings of Savile’s under-aged habits while editor of the Sun’s Bizarre Column in the early 90’s.

Much worse than his own sordid habits, however, is that penchant for young children was not an isolated phenomenon. The deceased disc jockey was also a regular visitor to the notorious Haut La Garenne Childrens’ Home in Jersey, but much less well-known, is that Savile wasn’t always acting  solely for himself.

Jimmy, ever the Fixer, was a regular at the notorious Haut La Garenne Children’s Home in the 1970s.

Solicitor Allan Collins represents 42 people who were abused in Jersey care homes such as Haut de la Garenne and says a number of his clients have named Savile in investigations.

Collins says, “The memories are there, they are very vivid, as regards to allegations of abuse, they certainly came up at the beginning of the case four to five years ago but were very difficult to interpret because we were talking about Jimmy Savile.”

Why the fact that the allegations were about Jimmy Savile made then extra difficult “to interpret” Collins doesn’t explain. He went on to add here, “It is very difficult to judge and it is just a great shame that people now talking to the media hadn’t come forward four or five years ago as it may have made it easier to get to the truth of the allegations.”

The Daily Express also reported that Savile kept a “special room” where he took young girls after appearing at the Empire Ballroom in Leeds during the late 1950s.

According to one woman’s account:

“I was 14 and remember my older sister telling me that I must not go near the stage door because Savile and another star kept a ‘special room’ where they took young girls”.

“I’d wanted to get his autograph until then. I was terrified.”

Claire’s diary was given to the notorious London police. No action was taken against all the people named in her diary.

A recent Daily Mail story retold the horrific account of the young Claire McAlpine, another likely, if not fatal victim of Savile and friends:

Back in the Seventies, when Jimmy Savile was at the height of his fame, he was interviewed by a newspaper about the death of a teenage girl. The youngster was Claire McAlpine. She was just 15 years old and had been a regular dancer in the audience of Top Of The Pops.

On the morning of March 29, 1971, Claire, a former convent school pupil, was found lying on the floor of her bedroom at home in Watford, Hertfordshire, by her distraught mother. She had taken a fatal overdose.

Near her body was a bottle of tablets and her red diary. ‘Don’t laugh at me for being dramatic, but I just can’t take it any more,’ Claire wrote. It was her last heartbreaking entry to her parents before she killed herself.

Jersey: A Safe Haven for Paedophiles

In what some describe as the ‘abuse-friendly’ enclave of  Jersey though, Savile was by no means the exception. Mr Collins said the reason more people had not gone to the police about Savile was because of how wide the Jersey historical abuse inquiry was. A three-year long £7.5m investigation by Jersey police into historical child abuse began after allegations of abuse at former children’s home Haut de la Garenne. From September 2007, police took 1,776 statements from 192 alleged victims, identifying 151 alleged abusers and seven people were successfully prosecuted.

Much less well known is that another visitor to the Haute Garrene Childrens Care Home in Jersey, was former Conservative Prime Minister Ted Heath. That Heath was gay isn’t in much doubt any more, but clues to his alleged abuse of children is only now – as it is with Savile – starting to emerge, as is the genuine connection between the two men. Sadly, their status, along with their lofty official titles within British society, appears to have protected them from public scorn while they were alive.

Former London Assembly member and openly gay Brian Coleman said it was ‘common knowledge’ among Conservatives that Sir Edward had been given a stern warning about ‘cottaging’ by the police when he underwent background checks for the for the post of Privy Councillor.

In an article for the New Statesman magazine, Mr Coleman claimed that gay men had run the Conservative Party in the capital for years, whether as officials, councillors or volunteers. He wrote that Britain ‘had managed for decades with gay men holding a significant number of public offices’. Peter Tatchell, of the gay rights group OutRage! adds ‘It’s a long-standing open secret. It is amazing his sexuality wasn’t the subject of tabloid revelations during his lifetime.’ Just as amazing as the non outing of Jimmy Savile’s activities.

Numerous recollections exist on various online forums of specific reports at the time, of an ‘open secret’ – that Heath was warned – on at least four occasions by the head of the Metropolitan police, not to loiter in London’s lavatories and not to try to pick up young boys, and a less well-known one, is that he was severely reprimanded by the security services for picking up a rent boy who turned out to be a double agent. Heath was also named as a visitor to the controversial Kincora Boys Home in east Belfast – the scene of yet more, and well-documented incidents of homosexual paedophilia.

Edward Heath on his yacht. All looks harmless enough.

Other loose reports are abound of the name ‘Mr. Eddy’ was well-known on Hampstead Heath and at the boys home nearby in the seventies. Fearful of discovery a la Ron Brown, Heath allegedly used an intermediary to bring him fresh young boy meat. And the identity of one of the persons bringing children for Heath to abuse? Yes, you’ve guessed it. Jimmy Savile.

There are also unconfirmed reports of Heath regularly procuring young boys from certain care homes – including Haut La Garenne – away for weekends on his yacht , named the Morning Cloud, or as bodyguards referred to it, the “Morning Sickness” – presumably alluding to Heath’s extracurricular activities acted out on board.

When Tory party conferences were held in Blackpool, Heath’s yacht would normally be moored offshore. A credible witness, a former member of the Special Boat Service assigned to guard the boat, says Savile was regularly seen taking young boys on board Heath’s yacht the Morning Cloud when they were at a Conservative party conference. In addition to Heath,  Savile was – allegedly –  well-known for supplying a number of high profile MP’s with children for them to sexually abuse.

Researchers speculate about whether or not, under the threat of exposure, how PM Heath was forced to enter Britain into the Common Market, now the European Union, with no real public referendum. It still puzzles experts how he became PM in front of the immensely popular, and more intelligent Enoch Powell, who to all intents and purposes would have been the Prime Minister of choice for his party.

Institutional pedophilia could certainly explain some of the strange appointments and directions in elite politics over the generations.

Savile: in his own words

Jimmy’s connections didn’t end there though. He often boasted of  his royal connections – Diana described him as a kind of mentor to Charles – of his friendships with successive Prime Ministers, and he maintained his connections to the top of the Tory party long after Ted’s downfall.

Thatcher and Savile enjoyed cosy evenings at Chequers. She took milk from children, he gave them something else instead.

Another favourite boast of his was that he was a regular Christmas guest of the Thatcher’s at Chequers, slipping his feet  off in front of the Prime Ministerial fire.

Jimmy loved nothing more than moving silently in warm corridors, whether those of power or those in children’s homes, mental hospitals, morgues or the BBC.

In an interview with Esquire Magazine he described himself as “The eminence grise: the grey, shadowy figure in the background. The thing about me is I get things done and I work under cover.”

We thought he was simply a flamboyantly dressed disc jockey and TV presenter. What could he have been referring to ?

Get things done… but for who ?

Ever the flunky and a sucker for all things regal, Jimmy collected an impressive array of chivalric titles from assorted luminaries.

For starters, Jimmy was made Order pro merito Melitensi by the Knights of Malta.

Savile was given a very grand sounding Papal knighthood, Knight Commander of the Order of St.Gregory The Great, by that other well-known protector of paedophiles, Pope John Paul II.

He was also Knighted, by the Queen, in 1990 – just as Thatcher left office.

It’s finally worth noting here, that Sir Jimmy’s long trail of dubious distinctions began back in 1972 in the Queens Birthday honours list – with an OBE, quite possibly as a ‘thank you’ for services rendered from his old chum, at that time Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Edward Heath.


Decline of the West: Blood-lust in the streets of Libya suffices for justice

October 21, 2011

By Patrick Henningsen
21st Century Wire
October 21, 2011

It appears that Libya’s former leader Muammar Gaddafi may have been handed down his final verdict by NATO rebels, but it’s perhaps an even more bloody awful fate already suffered by a morally detached western civilization.

The man who liberated his country from the tyrannical monarchy of King Idris back in 1969… was tried and sentenced by bullet today.

Gaddafi modeled himself after Omar MukhtarThe Lion of the Desert, the only other man who has led a genuine, independent Libyan resistance, fighting against a brutal Italian colonization in 1927. Yet, our media tell us he’s just another dead tyrant.

Unable to conceal her philistine nature, pathetic US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took the opportunity to crack a predictably disingenuous joke. When hearing the news of Gaddafi’s death she cackled as she told reporters, “We came, we saw, he died!”

 News clip of Hillary Clinton’s cackle over the death of Libya’s Gaddafi

This has become the new narrative in the US and western Europe now, where foreign leaders and other non-state actors with brown skin are given lengthy trials through press briefings by suited politicians in places like Washington, London and Paris, echoed by the corporate media until an antagonist is born for public consumption.

Following the White House’s comical staged hoax of SEAL Team 6′s gallant raid on long-dead Osama bin Laden, and with no evidence to show it actually happened other than President Obama’s TV speeches- we get the next public assassination. After all, Obama’s far-fetched tale of the bin-Laden mission somehow vindicated all those innocent lives ruined by US incarceration and outright torture of thousands of young men since the War on Terror officially began in 2001.

Al Jazeera will no doubt play the shaky cell phone video of the man being stripped and dragged through the streets of Sirte by the NATO rebel mob. Somehow they believe, Gaddafi’s brutal post-mortem will vindicate their careless efforts and somehow make right the thousands of innocents who have perished- so that Libya can finally become part of the globalist, debt-based, neoliberal economic IMF system.

The west and its banking elite have nothing left to plunder other than middle class pension funds and incomes at home, so they are relying on plundering countries in the east and south in order to refill its sadly diminishing coffers. This is the only way to get their hands on any real liquidity or assets.

JUSTICE? Gaddafi could never be put on trial by the West, it's a stage they cannot afford to give him.

The same treatment was given to Iraq’s Saddam Hussein. Like Gaddafi and Osama bin Laden, he worked hand in hand with America’s CIA and Britain’s MI6 in order to help western intelligence agencies achieve their operational goals, and thus the foreign policy objectives of the US, Great Britain and Israel. Grainy cell phone videos of Saddam’s circus execution somehow vindicated those in the west who liquidated so many innocent Iraqi lives since 1991, and arguably before.

This is the new trend in dispensing due process, in a declining western civilization where blood-lust suffices for justice.

After the protracted media trials of both Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein, globalist power-brokers will never allow their war criminals to stand trial and spill the beans on all their dirty little secrets.

Over the last few decades, both Americans and western Europeans have become well-trained media consumers, and absorb their talking points much in the same way that grade school children dutifully repeat after their teachers and walk in single file. As adults, their teachers are CNN, FOX, the BBC, and the newest addition to the state information corps, US CENTCOM’s own Al Jazeera. None of them have any genuine moral or ethical perspective left in their editorial vision. The corporate networks will reserve any real humanitarian compassion for a handful of trapped miners, baby seals, missing Caucasian children and Amanda Knox.

Our new teachers have taught the dutifully minded among us that when the mob labels a head of state or non-state actor as a tyrant, then regime change must take place, and that this man deserves to die. They have taught us that one dead US soldier is worth more in headlines than 100 dead brown-skinned Iraqis, Afghanis, Palestinians, or Libyans- women and children included. That is the overwhelming power of the 21st century media.

Will Libya have anything near the stability it enjoyed over the last 30 years? Will its people enjoy the mountain of state benefits available to them under the Gaddafi rein? Will Libyans be able to retain ownership of their country’s bounty of natural resources, and see the state reinvesting its profits back into their country for the benefit of future generations?

History has taught us that the answer to each and every one of these questions is of course…no.

History has written all over the sands of  the Maghreb of North Africa, and Libya in particular. It has always been under the thumb of one empire or another- from the Romans, the Spanish, the Vatican’s Knights of Malta, the Ottomans, and Mussolini’s Italy.

Libya’s first brush with America came in the early 19th century, when war broke out between the United States and what was then  referred to as Tripolitania, in what came to be known as the Barbary Wars. Only this time around the Barbary pirates are on the other side of the fighting, and they are known the world over by the name of ‘NATO’.

It’s only fitting that this latest chapter of history should be written as follows…

It was clear from day one that the Anglo-American empire, along with its clients like Qatar, were actively supporting and planning to bring destabilization to the country. From the very first days of the civil war in January 2011, before the shell casings had even hit the ground, western envoys and consultants worked with known al-Qaida fighters and criminals in Libya to form a new NTC government, a new central bank and a new state oil holding company. NATO were deployed to give brutal air support to these new gangs of rebel paramilitaries, and for nearly 10 months, both those groups killed, tortured, raped and looted everything in their path.

Meanwhile, offshore transnational corporations from the US, Europe and Qatar carved up the country’s assets. Months followed years of instability, infighting and acts of internal retribution followed. The poor became poorer, the rich became richer, organized crime blossomed and thousands of middle class Libyans were allowed to immigrate to the UK, France and Italy.

This would come to be known as Libya’s liberation.

What it means

The UN issued the citation, and NATO came in with the tow truck. Make no mistake, in the real world, NATO is the USA and the USA is NATO. It’s a politically correct way of using military force without being seen to be acting alone as an imperial aggressor. But what about the NTC’s death squads, the theft, the rape, the torture and destruction of citizens’ property, business, and whole lives?

To pass the buck a little further, NATO’s goals and end-game is handed over to Libya’s NTC, this way everyone’s asses are covered.

Politicians in Washington, London and Paris should be proud. They got everything they wanted, and with no dirt under their nails.

If no one in the US, UK, France, the UN or NATO’s technicians of death are held accountable for the sacking and looting of Libya- the crime of the 21st century, then expect that they will simply move forward, and do it again, and again. So who’s next? Syria?

There is no more moral high ground, no more western values, no beliefs to use as a back-stop for western civilization.

Was Gaddafi guilty? Is that it then, a bullet?

He will never be afforded the same trial that anyone reading this article would expect as their god-given right. So what makes any among us believe that we deserve any of these so-called rights we think we enjoy in the west?

Meanwhile, the US and UK corporate media can’t stop parading those barbaric pictures on the front page in exactly the same manner as Libya’s NATO rebels where parading corpses around town. And this is what 2000 years of civilization brought?

Who are we kidding?