British Spy Found Inside Bernie Sanders Campaign
January 3, 2019 at 10:46 AM #7952CharlesParticipant
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Former British Ambassador Craig Murray posted an article on this a few weeks ago. Wish Jimmy would interview former Ambassador Murray.
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British Security Service Infiltration, the Integrity Initiative and the Institute for Statecraft
December 13 2018 By Craig Murray
The British state can maintain its spies’ cover stories for centuries. Look up Eldred Pottinger, who for 180 years appears in scores of British history books – right up to and including William Dalrymple’s Return of the King – as a British officer who chanced to be passing Herat on holiday when it came under siege from a partly Russian-officered Persian army, and helped to organise the defences. In researching Sikunder Burnes, I discovered and published from the British Library incontrovertible and detailed documentary evidence that Pottinger’s entire journey was under the direct instructions of, and reporting to, British spymaster Alexander Burnes. The first historian to publish the untrue “holiday” cover story, Sir John Kaye, knew both Burnes and Pottinger and undoubtedly knew he was publishing lying propaganda. Every other British historian of the First Afghan War (except me and latterly Farrukh Husain) has just followed Kaye’s official propaganda.
Some things don’t change. I was irresistibly reminded of Eldred Pottinger just passing Herat on holiday, when I learnt how highly improbable left wing firebrand Simon Bracey-Lane just happened to be on holiday in the United States with available cash to fund himself, when he stumbled into the Bernie Sanders campaign….
Bernie: "Not Me. Us"
January 3, 2019 at 1:29 PM #8004mrdmkParticipant
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Jimmy does a great job of putting it all together, thank-you Mr. Dore
Here is a big story about a news reporter leaving his job at NBC/MSNBC
If you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit WC Fields
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