July 1914 The Lull Before The Storm

17 04 2018

WSWS –

“The United States, Britain and France are in the final stages of preparing a new bloodbath in the Middle East. A US naval strike force, headed by aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman, is steaming toward the Persian Gulf, bombs are being loaded onto aircraft, and troops are on the move, as the imperialist powers prepare to launch military aggression against Syria that could quickly develop into a direct conflict with nuclear-armed Russia.”
http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/04/13/pers-a13.html

First World War Hidden History

Behind a veneer of democracy, the British Foreign Office played a masterful game of deceit. From Vienna, the British ambassador Sir Maurice de Bunsen advised that the situation was dangerous and might rapidly deteriorate. [1] Other diplomats conveyed the same burning sense of urgency to their respective governments, but Grey, Poincaré and Sazonov did nothing to reduce the tension. The Secret Elite convinced Berchtold that Europe understood his dilemma. Austria-Hungary had to stop the Serbian-inspired rot. Grey played his cards perfectly. From the outset, Sir Edward Grey worked constantly to deceive the Kaiser and his advisors.

Prince Lichnowsky

On 9 July, the German ambassador in London, Prince Lichnowsky, was repeatedly assured by Grey that Britain had entered into no secret obligations with France and Russia. Lichnowsky confidently assured his government that ‘England wished to preserve an absolutely free hand to act according to her own judgement in the event of continental complications’. He…

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17 04 2018
flyingcuttlefish

Fake History 4: Concealment of British war-time documents
“Cobain exposed how millions of files containing top secret British government documents are kept at Hanslope Park. They date back further even that the First World War. Some which were recently released, albeit very reluctantly under direct order of the Courts of Law, revealed the true horrors of British colonial rule in Kenya and elsewhere in the world.”
https://firstworldwarhiddenhistory.wordpress.com/2018/04/03/fake-history-4-concealment-of-british-war-time-documents/

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17 04 2018
flyingcuttlefish

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20 04 2018
flyingcuttlefish

Zero Hedge – World War III: Are We Being Manipulated Into A Fight We Can’t Win?
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-19/world-war-iii-are-we-being-manipulated-fight-we-cant-win

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23 04 2018
Keith Mandeville

I don’t see my 2nd comment. Maybe it’s on time delay again.😂

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23 04 2018
flyingcuttlefish

I will look in the bin ….

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12 08 2018
flyingcuttlefish

“Using documents gleaned from British, American, French, and Italian archives, Secret Agent 666 sensationally reveals that Crowley played a major role in the sinking of the Lusitania, a plot to overthrow the government of Spain, the thwarting of Irish and Indian nationalist conspiracies, and the 1941 flight of Rudolf Hess.

Author Richard B. Spence argues that Crowley—in his own unconventional way—was a patriotic Englishman who endured years of public vilification in part to mask his role as a secret agent.

The verification of the Great Beast’s participation in the twentieth century’s most astounding government plots will likely blow the minds of history buff s and occult aficionados alike.

Author Richard B. Spence can be seen on various documentaries on the History Channel and is a consultant for Washington, DC’s International Spy Museum. He is also the author of Trust No One: The Secret World of Sidney Reilly (Feral House).”

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