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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 6

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 6

How the west is  hell-bent on killing and maiming its own troops and millions of innocent civilians


Chinook 1

Hold your breath guys this dust is deadly!!

Chinook 2

Being ex military myself, we have all disembarked from helicopters amidst a cloud of dust but did we ever give thought to the fact that this secondary contamination was laced with millions of radioactive nano particles or other carcinogenic additives from our own allied “Dirty Weapons.”?

Were Coalition Forces exposed to Chemical and Biological Weapons supplied to Iraq by our own governments during the Gulf War?


Iraqi Scud Missile

It is fact that Saddam used CBW warheads in his Scud Missiles which resulted in 40 Scuds being launched against Israel and 46 against Saudi Arabia.

Patriot missile intercepting Iraqi Scud. Riyadh 1991.01.20

Patriot missile intercepting Iraqi Scud overhead Riyadh 1991.01.20

Did anyone give thought to the fact that in carrying out intercepts overhead such cities could/would cause its CBW contents to consume the city below?

Scud shot down

Another successful Scud intercept but was it? – The warhead is missing – Did it explode and if so was it CBW?



Were Coalition Forces injected with potentially fatal/harmful vaccines during the Gulf War?

You bet they were!!!

We have heard our respective governments give reference to “Gulf War Syndrome” and how it has been blamed on a combination of stress disorders and atmospheric pollution associated with oil field fires etc etc but never have they admitted to it being directly associated with their own extensive use of depleted uranium weapons, their own troop vaccination programme or the fact that many were exposed to Chemical and Biological Weapons that were delivered via Saddam’s Scud Missiles.

Although they tell us no CBW were ever found in Iraq it is fact that such munitions/stockpiles were destroyed by coalition air attacks or on the ground by controlled demolition resulting in their contents becoming airborne.

We have already covered the fact that the Chemical and Biological technology was supplied , funded and in some cases built by western governments with the US and UK playing a major role.

Don’t you find it most offensive and hypocritical to know that our governments supplied most of the above knowing that Saddam had used CBW on the Kurds in Halabja, the Iranians during the Iraq-Iran war and furthermore knew at the outbreak of the Gulf War that Saddam could and would use the technology that we in the west had supplied!!

Add to this the fact that the British Government and in particular the Ministry of Defence had intentionally withheld evidence that Saddam had used their CBW technology on Coalition Troops during the many Scud Missile raids………..it is also fact that the government and MoD had been pre warned about the severe risks associated with the vaccinations that were about to be injected into all the troops participating in the Gulf War.

When one now looks at the many deaths and severely debilitating illnesses that war vets around the globe have endured it is unspeakable that our respective governments refuse to accept that it is they that put the troops in harms way and directly caused many of the health problems that continue to kill or maim our war vets………that in itself is clearly in breach of the Geneva Convention and is  one of many war crimes our leaders and governments have committed.

Just think that every-time the troops entered the war zones they were immediately at risk from our own vaccinations, our own weapons and also were likely to succumb to the technology that our governments had given Saddam when they were trying to secure more crude oil and more contracts!!

I can recall someone recently asking me what was the purpose of all these articles…………..obviously it is to reveal just how hypocritical and two faced our governments are when it comes to their own imperialistic greed…………it is also obvious that our troops have no value whatsoever and are sent on these “Suicide Missions”……not in the name of democracy or some other humanitarian cause but purely to enforce their own “Geo Political Plan” into forcing a regime change or securing someone else’ s natural resources.

Lets now look at what some of the vets themselves were reporting, in their own words followed by evidence that the vaccination programme was not only deeply flawed but highly dangerous to those that received these multiple injections:

Below is extracted from Nexus Magazine, Volume 4. 5(August-September 1997).
PO Box 30, Mapleton Qld 4560 Australia


Biological Black Magic

Already, more than 10,000 are dead and 250,000 are sick from Gulf War syndrome. What secret is so terrible (or embarrassing) that necessitates a cover-up of the facts?


The air raid siren went off.” Former Royal Air Force Corporal Richie Turnbull wheezed and coughed as he spoke. He is one of tens of thousands of Gulf War veterans who have been diagnosed with a fistful of illnesses attributed to service in the Gulf War. These include emphysema, angina, asthma, arteriosclerosis, arthritis, short-term memory loss, muscle wasting, cough syncope and numerous other debilitating ailments. Before deployment to the Gulf, Turnbull was an accomplished and superbly fit sub-aqua diver. Today, he walks with the aid of canes, slowly.

With understandable pride he told me how he had “proved Soames to be a liar three times”. The reference was to the former Conservative Minister of State for the Armed Forces, the Honourable Nicholas Soames, MP. Many vets uncharitably call the former minister “Fatty Soames”, owing to his handsome girth. The appellation reflects the seething contempt of an individual whom vets regard as one of the principal architects of a monstrous transatlantic cover-up.

Turnbull was an RAF Senior Electrician in a Nuclear, Biological & Chemical (NBC) unit and an experienced instructor on NBC equipment. He was stationed at the giant military base located at Dhahran on the night of 20 January 1991, when air raid sirens began wailing madly. Incoming Scud missiles were detected and a nearby US Patriot battery fired off intercept missiles. One of the missiles downed the Scud which landed a mere 400 yards from Turnbull. The impact left an eight-foot-deep crater but, curiously, the giant ground-to-ground missile did not explode.

“All the nerve agent detectors sounded the alarm,” Turnbull recalls. As an NBC expert he ran three tests which confirmed the presence of “G agent”, otherwise known as Sarin-the deadly nerve agent developed by the Nazis in World War II. Turnbull ran a further three “residual vapour detector tests” which also showed the presence of nerve agents. In all, he says, “thirty-three items of equipment showed that chemical weapons had been detected”.1

“NBC Condition Black” was sounded and everyone on the base rushed to don their NBC “Noddy” suits. Incredibly, 20 minutes later an all-clear siren (“NBC Condition White”) sounded and troops removed their protective clothing accordingly. Twenty minutes later “NBC Condition Black” sounded again, and remained in force for a further eight hours.

Turnbull, who says he is “absolutely certain it was a chemical weapon attack”, is understandably angry. Sounding the all-clear when nerve agents were shown to be present was, he says, “the biggest cock-up in history”. Hundreds of troops were needlessly exposed to Sarin, he believes.2

Turnbull continues to be a thorn in the side of Britain’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the US Department of Defense (DoD). Both maintain that chemical weapons were not intentionally used by Iraq’s Saddam Hussein. A spokesman at the MoD had earlier told me that he was a Royal Navy officer and was “in theatre” during the Gulf War. He went on to assure me personally that had the Iraqis intentionally used chemical and biological (CB) weapons “we would have retaliated in kind”-an allusion to US President Bush’s threat to retaliate with a nuclear strike if Saddam Hussein unleashed his prodigious chemical armoury on coalition troops.

In the event, it was an empty threat-old-fashioned political rhetoric dished out for the folks at home.


Faced with mounting evidence of chemical weapons exposure by coalition troops, both the British and US governments belatedly acknowledge that chemical weapons dumps were bombed, or otherwise destroyed, by coalition forces. They even acknowledge that the resulting plume of toxic material, blown by the wind, is likely to have exposed many thousands of coalition troops to these deadly agents. In other words, it was an unforeseen accident. This admission is known in intelligence parlance as a “limited hangout”-a technique designed to show that they are now telling the truth. They are not.

Pat Eddington, a former CIA intelligence analyst, in his book, Gassed in the Gulf, scathingly uncovers the institutionalised dishonesty within the CIA and the DoD over Gulf War Syndrome (GWS).3 Reasonably, he argues that based on the increasing number of vets prepared to speak of their experiences, it is clear beyond all doubt that coalition forces came under a series of Iraqi chemical and biological weapons attacks.4 Like Admiral Nelson placing a telescope over his blind eye, then exclaiming he can “see no ships”, the Mandarins in Whitehall and Washington are willfully blind to what they don’t care to acknowledge. Yet, the evidence is overwhelming.

Ray Bristow had served 20 years with the Territorial Army. When not involved with his TA duties, Bristow was an operating theatre technician at his local hospital. He was mobilised on 27 December 1990, promoted to a Warrant Officer, and sent to the 32 Field Hospital located at Wadi al Batin, just a few kilometres away from the town of Hafar al Batin.5 On 19 January 1991 he and other personnel watched as a Scud missile roared overhead and exploded in an airburst. He could clearly see a cloud of vapour discharge from the Scud. The NBC alarms (known as NAIADS), scattered around the base, wailed loudly, alerting the troops of “NBC Condition Black”. “We were Scudded,” Bristow said, and the specialised equipment detected the presence of chemical agents.6

Also present at Wadi al Batin that evening was former Sergeant Shaun Rusling. Previously with 23 Para Regiment’s 5 Airborne Field Ambulance, Rusling was an experienced Special Forces medic. His duties were to attend to the sick and wounded of Britain’s One Armoured Brigade. This soon grew to encompass caring for other coalition forces and Iraqi casualties, too. He watched the Scud explosion and saw the cloud of vapour bloom overhead. He also believes the unit came under artillery attack with rounds containing chemical weapons.7

Numerous boxes of 155-mm chemical ammunition were secretly recovered by coalition troops in the Kuwait Theatre of Operations (KTO) during the ground war and subsequent mopping-up operations. Made in the USA, they had been supplied to Iraq via Jordan.

Nor were Scud and artillery bombardments isolated incidents. Terry Walker was a Corporal with the Royal Army Ordnance Corp and detached to a “Forward Repair Group” of an armoured workshop. He was present at Al Jubayl when two Scuds exploded above them.  No prior warning was sounded. This, he recalls, was “the worst morning with two almighty explosions above the Port”. Immediately chemical detectors madly sounded “NBC Condition Black”, and this was “followed by sheer panic with hundreds of guys running for cover”. Walker hid among the rocks of the Port “for about four five hours”. Later, “an officer came along saying we’ve been hit with chemical agents”. The next day he and the other personnel on the base were told the cloud vapour was nothing more than aircraft fuel leaking from a damaged plane-an explanation he and the others disbelieve. Aviation fuel does not trigger the NAIAD detectors. Today, Walker suffers from a number of illnesses and strongly believes there has been a massive cover-up. “My wife is ill and my little girl is ill, too,” he said during a telephone interview, then added that his “medical notes from the RAF hospital have gone missing”.

The Al Jubayl attack was also witnessed by Sergeant-Major Paul Grant who commanded a team of Royal Army Ordnance Corp specialists. In the early hours of 19 January 1991, Grant was awoken by a distinctive overhead explosion. He is in no doubt whatsoever that this was an airburst, not a ground explosion. NAIADS detectors began sounding “NBC Condition Black”. The first explosion was followed by a second airburst explosion. Around the base loudspeakers warned, “This is not a drill!” His story corroborates those of other vets I have interviewed. However, Scud chemical attacks were not limited to Al Jubayl.9


Yet despite this testimony, these and other vets continue to be treated with official contempt. As recently as January 1997, the Countess of Mar posed a parliamentary question in the House of Lords which asked if the MoD had any “documentary evidence of chemical warfare” in the Gulf conflict-a curious question which was limited only to chemical attack. Questions regarding the use of biological weapons remain unutterable. In his reply, the Earl Howe stated that research conducted by the MoD “does not indicate any confirmed use of chemical warfare agents during the conflict”-which is an even more curious answer.

Who, conceivably, could confirm the use of chemical weapons other than those trained soldiers present during a chemical attack? Likewise, the tens of thousands of “detections” triggered by chemical agent detectors throughout the conflict are simply categorised as “alleged detections” which were “uncorroborated at the time”. Again, a careful and deceitful choice of words.10,11

But behind the intentional use of chemical agents by Iraq lurks a far more sinister story which hitherto has not being told in any detail. Biological weapons, unlike chemical agents, don’t just kill on the battlefield: survivors returning home carry with them the potential seeds of destruction. These, in turn, can infect the families of Gulf War vets-a situation that is now occurring.

Importantly, the British and US governments were well aware of the potential use of both chemical and biological weapons by Saddam Hussein. They had, after all, supplied him with the wherewithal to develop his ferocious CB armoury. This included sophisticated equipment together with the necessary chemical precursors and biological cultures.

This knowledge led the British and US governments to vaccinate their troops with a ‘cocktail’ designed to protect them against both chemical and biological attack. Vaccines given to coalition troops included, amongst others, anthrax, botulism and bubonic plague. Cultures for all three were supplied to Iraq by the US Government during the middle/late 1980s for use in Iraq’s CB weapons program.12


“British personnel were infected with anthrax spores,” spoke Angus Parker with quiet certainty. I had interviewed a number of Gulf War veterans who recounted their experiences of coming under CB attack from the Iraqis. All are angry and frustrated at the stonewalling attitude of Britain’s Ministry of Defence regarding their numerous illnesses which fall under the catch-all banner of Gulf War Syndrome. Eventually, one vet gave me a telephone number, saying, “You should speak to Angus.”

Initially, Angus Parker was cautious, but after a few minutes he warmed to his story. Methodically, he first outlined for me the existing Soviet battlefield doctrine associated with Scud missiles armed with chemical and biological weapons. This is known, Parker said, as “a mixed load”. The Scud warhead would typically consist of a deathly combination of explosives and chemical and biological agents of mixed intensities. The quantity of explosives would be small, but sufficient to ensure that the CB mixture would form a wide vapour plume over the target.

A former soldier in the Territorial Army, Angus Parker operated for a top-secret British unit. He has never before gone on record with his story, but frustration mixed with growing anger has led him to “blow this wide open”.

Following the injection of 12 vaccines in one morning, Parker suffered an adverse reaction. As a result he was hospitalised and his deployment to the Gulf delayed. “I was left behind and got out on the last days of the ground war,” he said. This and his civilian occupation as a technician in a haematology lab resulted in his being attached to the 1st Field Laboratory Unit, known as “The Secret Team”. The unit “existed only once before in World War I, but was mothballed until the Gulf War,” Parker stated, adding that when he returned from the Gulf he was told that “I was not to disclose the nature or role of the team I was serving with”. So secret was the unit, he said, that “it does not appear in any listing”.13,14

What Angus Parker has revealed is extremely disturbing. The 1st Field Laboratory Unit was composed of 40 men working in eight teams of five. It was deployed from Porton Down, Britain’s biological warfare headquarters. Parker, ranked Sergeant, was second in command of one of the five-man teams. “As the biological warfare reconnaissance team, we were sampling the environment looking for biological weapons,” he said, adding that “this was difficult and hard to do. We could only identify four agents: plague, anthrax, botulism toxin A and B-that’s all.” The specialised equipment they had to work with to identify bio-weapons was not very sophisticated.

Parker has confirmed that his unit found numerous positive samples of biological organisms that couldn’t be analysed and identified on the battlefield. “Many, many more were present” than the four they could identify. Positive samples were collected and shipped in freezer units to Boscombe Down for analysis by the Porton Down CB specialists.

Significantly, in addition to confirming that his unit positively identified the presence of anthrax at Dhahran, Parker also revealed that another team of the 1st Field Laboratory Unit identified the presence of plague at Wadi al Batin.

Angus Parker has tried in vain to get other members of his unit to come forward and speak openly, but they are too scared to do so. “They’re not sick and still have their jobs,” he explained.

Parker is not alone in revealing the use of biological weapons in the Gulf War. US Marine Corps battlefield logs released under the Freedom of Information Act confirm the findings of Porton Down’s “Secret Team”. On 24 February 1991, the US Army’s 513th Military Intelligence Brigade confirmed the use of anthrax at King Khalid Military City.15

However, like events in Britain, important and potentially incriminating records have mysteriously gone “missing”. Two US Marines at Camp Pendleton, San Diego, have gone public to say they observed “hundreds of records from the Gulf War being destroyed”.16 This and numerous other accounts of records being “destroyed” and going “missing” can only lead to charges of a massive “Gulf-Wargate” cover-up.


A 1994 Senate Report, entitled “Arming Iraq: The Export of Biological Materials and the Health of Gulf War Veterans”, underscores the biological threat possessed by the Iraqis. More often referred to as “the Riegle Report”, named after its author, Donald J. Riegle, Jr, the Report itemises biological cultures supplied to Iraq by the US. Riegle and his team identified no less than 61 batches of biologically hazardous materials exported to Iraq. “Between the years 1985 and 1989, the United States Government approved the sales of quantities of potentially lethal biological agents that could have been cultured and grown in very large quantities in an Iraqi biological warfare program,” Riegle stated. These included pathogenic materials, “which means disease-producing items, and toxigenic, meaning poisonous items.”17 The Report added that “we were not able to get any records prior to 1985”. Riegle then included an extract from a Department of Defense summary report written in 1992:

“By the time of the invasion of Kuwait, Iraq had developed biological weapons. Its advanced and aggressive biological warfare program was the most advanced in the Arab world. The program probably began in the 1970s and concentrated on the development of two agents, botulinum toxin and anthrax bacteria… Delivery means for biological agents ranged from simple aerial bombs and artillery rockets to surface-to-surface missiles.”

Other biological agents provided by the US to Saddam Hussein’s biological warfare program included Histoplasma capsulatum, which can cause symptoms resembling tuberculosis and lead to the enlargement of the liver and spleen as well as anaemia and skin disease-symptoms that many veterans now exhibit. Another organism was Brucella melitensis, which, when ‘weaponised’, causes chronic fatigue, profuse sweating and loss of appetite, joint pains, insomnia and nausea, and can potentially result in major damage to the vital organs. Again, these symptoms reflect the conditions experienced by thousands of Gulf War veterans. In addition to the foregoing, shipments to Iraq also included “E. coli and genetic materials, human and bacterial DNA”.18

Furious at the way the Department of Defense has side-stepped these disgraceful issues, Riegle fired off a volley of letters to various officials. One letter identified that the “average cost” of each of the various biological specimens shipped to Iraq was “less than $60.00” and that they were “acquired from a not-for-profit organization”.19

Stories also circulating of a genetically engineered organism being used in the Gulf War are paralleled by stories from British veterans who also claim the use of a modified mycoplasma organism. These vets include Angus Parker who had earlier said it was “an infectious organism manufactured in the US”. Oddly enough, this is one of the enduring aspects of the “Octopus” story involving engineered bio-organisms supplied to Iraq by the Wackenhut Corporation, the giant US private-sector security company whose board of directors reads like a roll call of military and intelligence alumni. It is an allegation supported by US investigative journalist Carol Marshall in her manuscript, “The Last Circle”.20

Marshall has spent years investigating the allegations of Michael Riconosciuto-a former CIA scientific whiz-kid. Riconosciuto claimed that while working for the Wackenhut Corporation at its Cabazon Indian Reservation facility he developed advanced and genetically altered biological warfare agents. One such agent, he alleged, was a “race-specific” organism, genetically engineered to attack certain races or groups. Unleashed it could kill or render ill all those of a particular ethnic group, leaving others entirely unharmed.

Clearly, the possibility of genetically modified bio-weapons having been used in the Gulf War cannot be entirely ruled out.21

Significantly, in the US Army War College publication entitled “The Revolution in Military Affairs and Conflict Short of War” (dated July 25, 1994), authors Steven Metz and James Kievit also discuss this touchy subject. On page 16 they state: “Certain biotechnical weapons-considered by some to violate the biological warfare convention to which the United States is a signatory-also may transgress American values regarding appropriate means.” They go on to ask: “Could the government and military of this multi-ethnic republic face charges that it was developing or using a weapon targeting Africans, Jews Koreans, Hispanics, etc.?” The authors then conclude that, “Overcoming these constraints…would require fundamental changes in the United States-an ethical and political revolution may be necessary to make a military revolution.” This, the authors “hypothesise”, could be achieved by remodelling the way Americans think, and also via the effective control of news management using “advanced psychotechnology” and other techniques such a “morphing”.


If genetically engineered biological weapons are now available, it is certain that there will have been developed the necessary antidotes in the form of vaccines. All of the vets I interviewed for this article spoke of the large number of vaccines with which they were injected.

Shaun Rusling received 24 vaccinations over a four-week period. Two of these vaccinations were classified secret, and were “experimental”, he believes.

Richard Turnbull got a dose of 13 inoculations in just 10 minutes. Four of them were unidentified and classified secret. He also believes them to have been experimental.

Ray Bristow was informed in a letter from Brigadier McDermott of the MoD that some of his injections were also classified. Later he was informed by the Surgeon General, Admiral Revell, that this was not the case and that Brigadier McDermott’s statement was incorrect.

How many vaccines were classified secret? The Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Revell, during a “behind closed doors” meeting of Parliament’s Defence Committee, was asked, “How many vaccines do we not admit to?” He replied, saying, “I think probably about five or six.” 22

All previously classified vaccines were declassified on 10 December 1996, according to a letter dated 20 January 1997 from the Ministry of Defence. A spokesman at the MoD confirmed this in a telephone call on Friday 30 May 1997, adding that there were only three vaccines that had ever been classified. He told me these were: anthrax, pertussis and plague. This statement is confirmed in a letter to Shaun Rusling, dated 20 January 1997, in which the MoD confided that “the vaccines you were given against potential biological warfare threats were anthrax, pertussis (as an adjuvant) and plague. These are the only vaccinations which have ever been classified.” This is a far cry from the testimony of Surgeon General Revell in the closed-door hearings of the Defence Committee in which he said there were “five or six” vaccines which were “not admitted to”.

I posed this discrepancy to the Ministry of Defence. Surgeon General Revell’s testimony before the Defence Committee was “a misunderstanding”, the MoD spokesman said. Despite this “misunderstanding”, the medical records of Corporal Richard Turnbull clearly state that four vaccines-not three-were classified secret.

Turnbull is not alone in this respect. Ray Bristow’s list of shots, including anthrax (batch no. 0190), plague (batch no. 10H03A) and pertussis adjuvant (batch no. B1868a)-to name just those three that were officially classified-also detail two other vaccines labelled “biological”. These are still classified secret and their contents remain “unknown”. The story is identical for Shaun Rusling, even down to the same batch numbers of the vaccines he received.23

The Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Revell, stated in one letter that, “Unfortunately, medical record-keeping in the Gulf was not as thorough as it should have been…” and, as a consequence, details of certain vaccinations are now missing-a position that remains the government’s official line.

A number of veterans now believe they have been used as unwitting guinea pigs and are deeply concerned at what precisely may have been pumped into them. Once again, Porton Down’s Angus Parker dropped another bombshell. Patiently, he explained that “the MoD has not been totally honest about the vaccines used against us”. I couldn’t help but catch his use of the word “against” us instead of “on” us. Clearly, he now considers the Ministry of Defence and others in the Whitehall bureaucracy to be bitter enemies-and he is by no means alone in holding that view. A few vets repeatedly warned me that the “Security Services” are paying them close attention. Some have had their phones tapped and others experience peculiar mail delivery problems.

Meanwhile, Parker went on to reveal the chemical structure of one of the apparently ‘still not admitted to’ vaccines. “There is an experimental vaccine-an AIDS vaccine,” he said. This “has been around since approximately 1990.” He went on to explain that this vaccine contains two components. One component is known as a “cytokine” which, Parker said, is an “immune potentiator”. It works like a “chemical messenger sent between different cells in the body”. When it detects a foreign organism, “it actually stimulates a response by the human immune system” to fight and hopefully destroy the alien organism present.

Parker’s analysis of this component was confirmed by a spokesman for London’s Biochemical Society, who added that it was “feasible” that cytokines could be “purified and cloned” and used to fight “against any agent”. The spokesman added, moreover, that cytokines were very “hush-hush”, were “cutting-edge technology”, and “logically” would have been “adopted by the military”. They were, she added, “experimental”.

According to Parker, the second component consisted of experimental HIV gene envelopes. He went on to explain one of the basic problems with this experimental vaccine. Whereas cytokines readily drop out of the body after awhile, “fragments” of the HIV genes do not. Although there may have been “good operational reasons” for topping up the vaccine with HIV genes, Parker acknowledged that no one knows the long-term consequences. “It was experimental,” he emphasised, and had been originally developed by Porton Down as an AIDS vaccine.24,25

The question of HIV gene envelopes was put to the Biochemical Society’s spokesman, who stated that these envelopes “can be created to be specifically resistant to CBW”. The spokesman went on to explain that gene envelopes are effectively the “walls” that surround the nucleus of each cell and are thus the first line of defence against diseases-whether they be naturally acquired or as a result of CB weapons attack. HIV gene envelopes are among the most powerful and resistant known to science, she added.

Professor Beverley of the Edward Jenner Institute for Vaccine Research could think of no theoretical reason why HIV gene envelopes would be used other than to “stimulate a response against HIV”. He went on to speculate that had HIV gene envelopes been used in a vaccine, logically this would only have occurred as protection against a possible attack using HIV as a bio-weapon. There was, he felt, no other conceivable reason, but added that had such a vaccine been “given to Gulf War soldiers it would have been speculative”.

The picture that emerges is confusing. The use of cytokines does have a rational explanation, for cytokines trigger the body’s immune system. As such, they could be an ideal general vaccine for use in a CB warfare setting. However, the rationale behind using HIV gene envelopes is less certain and considerably more perplexing. Unfortunately, there is not enough detailed information available in regard to the HIV gene envelopes to reach anything but a speculative conclusion.

Some weeks prior to my interview with Professor Beverley, Angus Parker told me in a throwaway comment, “I don’t even want to get into AIDS as a weapon.” At that time, nor did I. Professor Beverley’s certitude that this is the only conceivable reason why HIV gene envelopes would have been used, leaves a sour taste in my mouth.

However, for clarity’s sake, I leave the last word with Angus Parker. Told of Professor Beverley’s theory, he remained adamant that there was another reason why HIV gene envelopes had been used. His information, he insisted, came directly from the horse’s mouth, and I am inclined to accept what he has revealed. At the outbreak of the Gulf War there were not enough stocks of cytokines to go around; thus, a decision was made to top them up with the HIV gene envelopes which, he assured me, act in a very similar fashion to cytokines in that they trigger the body’s immune system. Significantly, Professor Beverley confirmed this when he said that “they do indeed trigger and regulate the way the body relates to pathogens”.26

Clearly, Parker’s revelations-if proved true-are stunning.27 The secret use of an experimental vaccine on British military personnel may be one of the most significant reasons why the Ministry of Defence continues to stonewall vets about the vaccines they received. To admit to involuntary human testing on such a sensitive issue will lead to a public relations disaster of huge proportions. As one ill vet told me, “I was ordered to volunteer” for the shots. He now wishes he hadn’t. The second potential reason clearly opens a can of worms about the possible development of HIV as a biological weapon.28


But there are other equally powerful reasons to keep the lid on the Gulf War Syndrome story. Pat Eddington, the former CIA analyst, has no doubt that the principal reason for the US Government’s stonewalling tactic is to cover up the supply of CB weapons to Iraq prior to the Gulf War. For the US Government to admit to such cynical irresponsibility would result in public outrage, Eddington says.

Eddington also chastises the Senate whose members selfishly refuse to act against the wishes of the Pentagon. Their delinquency of duty has resulted in the side-lining of in excess of 100,000 Gulf War veterans who now exhibit a range of symptoms typical of chemical, and, in some cases, biological attack. In this ‘business as usual’ scenario, Eddington also reserves some powder and shot for the major media who are largely willing to accept, at face value, the cloying PR handouts from the Department of Defense.

Hopelessly abandoned by one and all, many thousands of vets have now died as a result of their chemically inspired battle injuries, adding even more incentive to the Pentagon to continue the cover-up.

But in the final analysis, the reasons surrounding the British and US governments’ disgraceful obfuscation are many. Certainly, the prior supply of CB weapons to Iraq is enough to make many government officials quake with the fear of disgrace. It is a similar rationale that continues to eclipse the illegal use of experimental, unlicensed and highly sensitive drugs. Not least, however, is the knowledge that defence against chemical and biological weapons attacks is utterly shambolic. Pat Eddington states that CBW protective suits and gas masks are: “…(a) notoriously defective, and (b) in very short supply-two problems that have yet to be corrected more than six years later.” He adds, “That’s not something the Pentagon wants to advertise to the likes of Hashemi-Rafsanjani, Kim Jong Il or Colonel Qadhafi.”29

Yet few can doubt that the intelligence services of Iran, North Korea or Libya are already aware of the published shortcomings of American and British CBW protective equipment. A more significant fear may be the realisation inside the Pentagon and the Ministry of Defence that their own troops will be less than willing to wade into a future CB battle zone virtually buck-naked.

Armed only with an uncertain dose of HIV but the certain knowledge that-thanks to the grace of greed and military commercialism-those chemical and biological organisms you are about to inhale and absorb have “made at home” stencilled all over them, would you volunteer for military service?

About the Author:
Born in England, David Guyatt is a freelance investigative journalist whose former career as an executive in international banking and finance provided the background that inspired his research into the shady world of international weapons financing, narcotics trafficking and money laundering.

He has worked with the International Committee of the Red Cross on weapons-related projects; the charity pressure-group World Development Movement on British arms financing; and the leading British TV documentary program, World in Action.

David Guyatt’s current research interests include military/ intelligence mind-control programs and non-lethal weapons systems, as well as the hidden influence of elitist groups around the globe.


1. The CB attack on Dhahran on 20 January 1991 is confirmed in US CENTCOM battlefield logs obtained under FOIA. Delivery was via a Scud missile.
2. Telephone interview with this writer, dated 12 May 1997.
3. Eddington, Pat, Gassed in the Gulf, Insignia Publishing Co., Washington, DC, USA, 1997 (http://www.InsigniaUSA.com)
4. Eddington convincingly argues&emdash;based on captured Iraqi documents&emdash;that chemical and bio-warfare agents were used in non-lethal doses. This explains why coalition troops did not keel over and die immediately. Iraqi CB doctrine was to use low but repetitive doses, which they calculated would produce greater long-term damage, Eddington says.
5. US CENTCOM logs confirmed a later Scud attack on Hafar al Batin on 14 February 1991.
6. Telephone interview with this writer, dated 13 May 1997.
7. Telephone interview with this writer, dated 13 May 1997.
8. The Al Jubayl incident is the most comprehensively documented case of CB attack by the Iraqis. Records obtained under FOIA indicate that Scuds were not used. Delivery of the CB weapon was almost certainly as a result of aircraft penetration, possibly a Russian-manufactured Sukhoi SU-22 Fitter fighter-bomber.
9. Telephone interview with this writer, dated 15 May 1997.
10. Parliamentary Q & As in this writer’s possession.
11. A total of 55 incidents have been recorded to date by US CENTCOM logs. CB attacks began on 17 January 1991 and continued throughout the ground war in all major sectors.
12. See Report by Senator Donald J. Riegle to the US Senate, titled “Arming Iraq: The Export of Biological Materials and the Health of Gulf War Veterans”, dated 9 February 1994. Bacillus anthracis cohn and Clostridium botulinum type A cultures were shipped on 2 May 1988. In all, Riegle was able to identify no less than 61 biological cultures supplied to Iraq between 1985-89. Some of these included human gene clones.
13. Telephone interviews with this writer, dated 13 and 14 May 1997.
14. I have been given a copy of an MoD written statement regarding the 1st Field Laboratory Unit which states: “We can confirm that this unit operated in the Gulf. Its primary task was related to the detection of biological warfare agents, of which there was a real and compelling threat. As part of their work they were monitoring the effectiveness of the biological immunisation programme.”
15. Bernstein, Dennis, “Gulf War Syndrome Covered Up”, Covert Action Quarterly, no. 43, Winter 1992/3.
16. ibid.
17. “Riegle Report”, p. 3.
18. op. cit., p. 5.
19. Donald J. Riegle’s letter to William Perry, US Defense Secretary, dated 9 February 1994.
20. Carol Marshall’s manuscript, “The Last Circle”, running to 140 pages, is a comprehensive investigation into the so-called “Octopus”.
21. Significantly, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is concerned about the development of “genetic weapons” and fears that “the possibility exists for their misuse for political ends”. The ICRC warns that developments of gene/race-specific weapons may or could be taking place. See “Expert Meeting on Certain Weapon Systems and on Implementation Mechanisms in International War”, ICRC, Geneva, Switzerland, July 1994.
22. A copy of this memorandum is in my possession.
23. The only difference is that Rusling received a hepatitis B jab, whereas Bristow received hepatitis A. In all other respects their lists of vaccines are identical&emdash;including two that remain classified.
24. Parker states that he has received confirmation of the use of the HIV gene vaccine from a well-placed and extremely knowledgeable source, whom he is unable to identify.
25. I understand Porton Down denies any involvement in HIV research, but see notes below.
26. I couldn’t help but note the use of the plural&emdash;a usage that seems inconsistent with his otherwise firm statement. It had taken me two days and numerous phone calls before I was finally able to make contact with Professor Beverley. I had been given his number by an individual working in the field of immunology. Unbeknownst to me at the time, this individual had contacted Porton Down, revealing the interest and direction of my questions; a fact she revealed the following day when I phoned back with an additional question. Meanwhile, Angus Parker was told, via a circuitous route, that the MoD was very “displeased” with him for talking to me. A paranoid may well consider that two days “in the world of shadows” is a very long time indeed.
27. They also raise the question of why Britain’s top-secret bio-warfare lab is involved in developing an AIDS vaccine. The possibility that AIDS has been ‘weaponised’ (apparently a technical possibility) is an old and largely discounted story attributed to a Cold War disinformation campaign.
28. Perhaps a ‘red herring’?
29. Correspondence with this writer.

End of article


Finally we now have the “icing on the cake” evidence to prove that not only did the British Government and Department of Defence  know of the dangers of the military vaccination programme this highly sensitive memo also clearly states that when Anthrax and Pertussis vaccines were tested alone they were not associated with an unusual degree of toxicity at single dose level. However,  when combined there was evidence of severe loss of condition and weight loss in animals .

Pay particular attention to the paragraph in the article above which admits to the vaccination of Anthrax and Pertussis amongst many others….here is that paragraph again:

All previously classified vaccines were declassified on 10 December 1996, according to a letter dated 20 January 1997 from the Ministry of Defence. A spokesman at the MoD confirmed this in a telephone call on Friday 30 May 1997, adding that there were only three vaccines that had ever been classified. He told me these were: anthrax, pertussis and plague. This statement is confirmed in a letter to Shaun Rusling, dated 20 January 1997, in which the MoD confided that “the vaccines you were given against potential biological warfare threats were anthrax, pertussis (as an adjuvant) and plague. These are the only vaccinations which have ever been classified.” This is a far cry from the testimony of Surgeon General Revell in the closed-door hearings of the Defence Committee in which he said there were “five or six” vaccines which were “not admitted to”.

Now read on and note the interest/concern:

To continue

I would emphasise that these findings are preliminary but they do suggest that if used on man as a combined preparation and enhanced degree of reactagenicity could occur. The users of the vaccines may with to take these findings in consideration

Signed Head of the Division of Bacteriology

It is also relevant to publish the reference to the above that was raised in Westminster under Hansard which clearly backs up the above memo but at the same time did not extend further:


Gulf War 1990–91: Vaccines

Lord Morris of Manchester asked Her Majesty’s Government:

Whether they will now publish in the Official Report the terms in which the then Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Metters, advised the Ministry of Defence of his concerns, and those of the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control, about combining the anthrax and pertussis vaccines in immunising troops deploying to the 1990–91 Gulf conflict.[HL40]

Lord Bach: I refer my noble friend to my Written Answer on 9 October (Official Report, cols. WA 67–WA 78), specifically, paragraphs 5 to 8 of Annex A reproduced therein. Dr Metter’s fax to the MoD said:

 “We have previously discussed the anxieties my experts have about the simultaneous administration of anthrax and pertussis vaccine.

18 Dec 2003 : Column WA177

 There are no such studies in humans that I am aware of, but you may wish to see the enclosed fax which I have just received from [name omitted] of the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control which reports on animal studies they have carried out.

 I think you [sic] Medical department needs to be aware of these preliminary results”. The “enclosed fax”, a letter from the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control to Dr Metters, said:

 “As you will know, we have recently carried out abnormal toxicity testing in laboratory animals on certain batches of B. anthracis and pertussis vaccine. When each of the two vaccines were tested alone they were not associated with an unusual degree of toxicity at single human dose level. However, when combined there was evidence of severe loss of condition and weight loss  in animals.

I would emphasise that these findings are preliminary but they do suggest that if used in man as a combined preparation, an enhanced degree of reactagenicity could occur. The users of these vaccines may wish to take these findings in [sic] consideration.” The texts above were published by the MoD in the paper: Background to the Use of Medical Countermeasures to Protect British forces during the Gulf War dated October 1997, a copy of which is in the Library of the House. This paper is also available on the Internet at: http://www.mod.uk/issues/gulfwar/info/medical/mcm.htm and in hard copy as set out in my Answer of 20 November 2003 (Official Report, col. WA 341).

End of Hansard

To continue:

The second part of this memo was hand written by Dr. J.S. Metters to the Sec (o) (c)   MoD

You can clearly see that the experts had many anxieties about the use of Anthrax and Pertussis and that this hand written memo suggested that the MoD medical department should be made aware of the findings etc etc

Here is the evidence of those two memo’s:

Memo 1

Memo 2

I also came across this article that not only links conventional vaccination programmes to Autism but also has the same links to vaccinations given to troops all of which had one particular ingredient called Squalene (shark liver oil):


At first glance, Squalene doesn’t seem too bad given that humans produce some Squalene, but the purpose of shark squalene is to boost the immune system (adjuvant) in sharks.  Sharks are known to have an incredible immune system.

Do you want to know if a shark or other animal derivative is injected into your body?  Are you going to trust government bureaucrats on what gets injected into your body or that of your child?

Squalene can also be extracted from vegetables, but the vaccine squalene is shark derived.  Squalene supplements are popular in some herbal circles to help boost the immune system.  Do we really have any clue as to how squalene impacts our own immune systems or how it interacts with the other junk found in our vaccines?


I will leave this extract just for one moment and add this interesting article that indicated that the Governments denied using squalene ………… this article tells a different story:

Vaccines May Be Linked to Gulf War Syndrome

DOD to Review Possible Use of Illegal Additive -By Michael Devitt

Less than four months after its publication, the Department of Defense (DOD) has agreed to review a controversial study that appears to link Gulf War syndrome (GWS) with a banned substance used in experimental vaccines.

 The study, conducted by scientists at Tulane University Medical School, found that an overwhelming majority of sick veterans who had served in the Gulf War, and had received at least one vaccination, tested positive for antibodies to a naturally occurring substance called squalene. None of the healthy veterans in the study tested positive for squalene antibodies.

DoD officials originally dismissed the study as flawed and asserted that none of the vaccines administered during the Gulf War contained squalene. In response to pressure from Congress, however, the department has asked the Armed Forces Epidemiological Board (AFEB) to re-examine the study. The Institute of Medicine is also reviewing the research to see what role squalene may play in Gulf-related illnesses.

A naturally occurring molecule, squalene is produced by the human liver and plays a role in the metabolism of cholesterol. It is most commonly found in vegetable oils, shark liver oil,cosmetics and various health supplements.

Under normal circumstances, squalene is released into the blood to help combat physical injuries. However, people don’t usually have enough squalene in their blood to prompt the production of detectable levels of antibodies.

Since the late 1980s, squalene has been studied by the DoD and the National Institutes of Health as a possible adjuvant in vaccines. Because adjuvants boost the immune system’s response to foreign antibodies, the subtance has sparked the interest of researchers. Drug manufacturers, for their part, have incorporated adjuvants into vaccines in the belief that the substance will render the vaccine more effective.

Adjuvants, however, can sometimes trigger unwanted immune responses. While large-scale studies have yet to be conducted in humans, animal studies have shown that squalene adjuvants may generate autoimmune versions of arthritis and multiple sclerosis type-conditions that attack the body from within.2

Although they have been used in a number of vaccines worldwide, only one adjuvant – aluminum hydroxide – has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in vaccines in the United States. And although squalene-adjuvant vaccines have been used on laboratory animals and in experimental human tests, the FDA has not approved the general use of any vaccine containing squalene in the U.S.

“We Never Used Squalene in Vaccines”

Military officials have said all along that no Gulf War vaccines contained squalene. In August 1997, spokespersons for the DoD claimed that squalene “was not an adjuvant that was in any of the vaccines that were used by the Department of Defense,”3 and that “we never used squalene in vaccines” during the Gulf War. However, in a report4issued in March 1999, the General Accounting Office (GAD) – the investigative arm of Congress – stated:

We cannot say definitively whether or not Gulf War-era veterans were given vaccines with adjuvant formulations containing squalene for a number of reasons. Although DoD officials told us they did not administer such vaccines, they stated they did not have documentation on the process and results of decision-making related to the administration of vaccines at the time of the Gulf War. Also, some officials involved in the decisions were no longer employed with DoD at the time of our review, and we were either unable to locate them, or they declined to be interviewed.

A month after the GAO issued its 1999 report, the first hint that squalene might be linked to Gulf War syndrome appeared in an article in New Scientist magazine.5 Robert Garry, a virologist at Tulane University, tested more than 400 Gulf War veterans for antibodies to squalene and found that 95 percent of those with GWS had high levels of squalene antibodies.

Garry also tested a pair of volunteers who had received experimental herpes vaccines containing squalene in trials conducted by the National Institutes of Health. Both had high levels of squalene antibodies and also suffered from GWS-type symptoms.

In February, the peer-reviewed journal Experimental and Molecular Pathology6 published a study written by Garry’s team at Tulane University and Dr. Pamela Asa, an immunologist from Tennessee. Dr. Asa was one of the first health professionals to advance the theory that Gulf War syndrome might be an autoimmune disorder caused by experimental vaccinations.

The research included blinded and unblinded studies. In the blinded study, 56 Gulf War-era veterans and military personnel who were on active service in 1990-91 were tested for squalene. Of those 56, 38 had been deployed to the Persian Gulf and had GWS-type symptoms; 12 had been deployed but were healthy; and six had not been deployed but were nevertheless ill.

The researchers found that among the 38 ill veterans who had been deployed, 36 (94.7 percent) tested positive for squalene antibodies. None of the deployed healthy individuals, however, tested positive.

Furthermore, all six subjects who were ill, but had not been sent to the Gulf, also had squalene antibodies. While they did not serve in the war, they had received the same type and number of vaccinations given to Gulf War troops.

Approximately 700,000 Americans served in the Gulf War between 1990-91. One hundred and forty-eight Americans were killed in action; 467 were wounded. The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that as many as 100,000 veterans may be suffering from Gulf War syndrome or related symptoms, and that approximately 6,500 soldiers have died since the war’s conclusion, including more than 1,300 soldiers between the ages of 18-24.


To continue with the original article:

Squalene is most interesting to me related to the Anthrax vaccine.  It seems the government denied, denied, denied that this vaccine even had squalene in it.  (I am having Deja-vu again).  This changed in 2004.  They act bewildered at how squalene got in the vaccine.  Give me a break, it actually was in there, but we have no idea how it could have gotten in there?  That alone instills loads of confidence in me.  Seeing how our troops have been treated in government run Veterans Administration hospitals, I would not be surprised at anything the government does now days. 

Did they spike the vaccine with squalene and use the troops as guinea pigs?

After years of repeated obfuscation, the federal government finally admitted that a banned chemical additive linked to the Gulf War syndrome has been found in some of the vaccines developed to protect military personnel from biological attack. – FDA Tests Fins Squalene in Anthrax Vaccine.

The article also gave some of the other ingredients/problems associated with current vaccines:


Adjuvants (immune response boosters)



Vaccine Contaminants:

One could spend weeks investigating each of the above ingredients but time does not allow and so one can only leave it up to each individual War Vet or parent to read between the lines and reach their own conclusion.

I came across this banner during my investigations and thought it summed up everything in such a simple way:


I am sure you would all agree that all of this is pretty convincing stuff and I would also add that I believe the author of the original memo who’s details have been removed was Dr. M Corbel who was head at the National Institute of  Biological Standards and Control. Dr. M Corbel has and continues to do much work for the WHO which as we all know is the health/medical arm of the New World order


You may or may not have noticed that in the large article printed above there is reference to a specific genes programme using CBW to attack the genes of certain races such as Afro, Chinese etc………this CBW programme was first initiated in both the UK and Rhodesia and just before  Magabe took over the then British Prime Minister, Maggie Thatcher, panicked and moved everything (lock stock and barrel) down to South Africa (including research staff) where further developments were made into  the “Black Only Bomb.” It is clear that behind closed doors the evil cabal are still working on such projects!

My final article Part 7 will cover the hypocrisy of the world’s Zionist controlled media and how they themselves sometimes slip up in their publications and accidentally expose the mindset of some of our leaders to much embarrassment!!

It is my intention to distribute this article to certain Members of Parliament in both the UK and Australia and in particular to UK Prime Minister, David Cameron  and Leader of the Opposition Ed Miliband- Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard and Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott  and many others for their comments based on the facts and evidence that is now available.

Hopefully with elections on the horizon in both the UK and Australia someone may just decide to hang out some dirty washing and get much support from the many war vets that continue to suffer and also from all the mums and dads of those victims!!

This article will also be sent to the respective War Vets organisations around the world and the British Legion etc etc

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 5

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 5



The Kurdish Genocide compliments of Chemical and Biological technology supplied by the US, UK and many other western countries


Iranian war dead as a direct result of the US, UK and other western governments giving Saddam Chemical and Biological Warfare Weapons

I find it rather sad that the Kurdish Regional Government are seeking a special day in memory of this tragic event and yet continue to have very close ties with the nations that supplied and set up Saddams CBW programme……The US played a significant role leading up to this genocide and the good old Brits actually built and funded Saddam laboratories …….with both assisting in the supply of the deadly ingredients.

Let me remind you of both the Iranian and Kurdish attacks carried out by Saddam:

In July 1988 Iraqi airplanes dropped chemical cyanide bombs on the Iranian Kurdish village of Zardan (as they had done four months earlier on their own Kurdish village of Halabja). Hundreds were killed at once, and the survivors are still suffering from a variety of physical and mental disorders. It has since been proven that the agent used on the Kurds and later on Iran was the deadly VX Gas.

To continue with the story:

A  conclusion was draw up which gave a very accurate assessment as follows:

This paper rests its case on the following principal points:

1. That it is known that a range of pathogenic (disease producing) and toxigenic (poisonous) biological materials were exported to Iraq from the United States between 1985 and 1989, and that, among other warfare-related materials, these included a strain of anthrax utilized and tested over many years as a weapon, including during well documented WW2 and post-WW2 trials, to which the US was a party. 

2. That the US Government was fully aware of the dangers vested in the biological materials exported to Iraq by the American Type Culture Collection between 1985 and 1989, and was, at the least, grossly negligent in failing to prohibit these exports to a state which was known by the US Administration at that time to be actively utilizing chemical weapons of mass destruction, and suspected – if not known – to also be developing a biological weapons programme.

3. That with knowledge of the US biological exports, the British Government, being bound to act according to the law, and having stated as much in the UK Parliament in the name of Her Majesty the Queen, has a responsibility to formally report this matter to the UN Security Council for investigation. Furthermore, that failure to do so effectively renders the BTWC meaningless, and, thereby, compromises the very concept of international law.

Beyond the case made in this paper, the following appears to be the disturbing international political reality: The invasion of Iraq by the United States and Britain in 2003 was predicated upon Iraq’s possession of ‘weapons of mass destruction’ – the primary threat presented both to Parliament and the People being anthrax. This anthrax was exported to Iraq from the US, having previously been exported from Britain, where it had been tested as a biological weapon “because its capability to produce infection and death after the inhalation of spores had been demonstrated in the laboratory”. This information is well known to the US, Britain, and Canada, due to a trilateral agreement concerning biological research between the three nations. Meanwhile, more than 20% of Britain’s MP representing approximately 12 million people – have twice called for a UN investigation into the US exports, a call which has been dismissed by the British Government by means of flimsy responses and a refusal to answer questions properly. 

The United States with Great Britain blocked all Security Council resolutions condemning Iraq’s use of chemical weapons, and on March 21 the US becomes the only country refusing to sign a Security Council statement condemning Iraq’s use of these weapons

The US Department of Commerce licenses 70 biological exports to Iraq between May of 1985 and 1989, including at least 21 batches of lethal strains of anthrax

May, 1986. US Department of Commerce approves shipment of weapons grade botulin poison to Iraq.

 April, 1988. US Department of Commerce approves shipment of chemicals used in manufacture of mustard gas.

 September, 1988. US Department of Commerce approves shipment of weapons grade anthrax and botulinum to Iraq.

 It should also be noted that the MK-84 bomb that was stockpiled in Saudi Arabia also formed part of the support for Saddam when hundreds of these U.S.-made general-purpose “dumb bombs” were transferred to Iraq.

What was even more surprising was when Saddam’s elite troops received instruction in unconventional warfare at Fort Bragg , North Carolina USA. “The idea was that, in the event of an Iranian victory, the Iraqi soldiers would be able to wage a guerrilla struggle against the occupying Iranian force”

On May 25, 1994, the U.S. Senate Banking Committee released a report in which it was stated that “pathogenic (meaning ‘disease producing’), toxigenic (meaning ‘poisonous’), and other biological research materials were exported to Iraq pursuant to application and licensing by the U:S: Department of Commerce.” It added: “These exported biological materials were not attenuated or weakened and were capable of reproduction.”

The report then detailed 70 shipments (including Bacillus Anthracis) from the United States to Iraqi government agencies over three years, concluding “It was later learned that these microorganisms exported by the United States were identical to those the UN inspectors found and recovered from the Iraqi biological warfare program.”

Iraq purchased 8 strains of anthrax from the United States in 1985, according to British biological weapons expert David Kelly. The Iraqi military settled on the American Type Culture Collection strain 14578 as the exclusive strain for use as a biological weapon.

Donald Riegle, Chairman of the Senate Committee that authored the aforementioned Riegle Report. said: “U.N. inspectors had identified many United States manufactured items that had been exported from the United States to Iraq under licenses issued by the Department of Commerce, and [established] that these items were used to further Iraq’s chemical and nuclear weapons development and its missile delivery system development programs. … The executive branch of our government approved 771 different export licenses for sale of dual-use technology to Iraq. I think that is a devastating record.”

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control sent Iraq 14 separate agents “with biological warfare significance,” according to Riegle’s investigators.

It is now known that a vast network of companies, based in the U.S. and elsewhere, fed Iraq’s warring capabilities right up until August 1990, when Saddam invaded Kuwait.

Innocent victims of western supplied CBW to Iraq (namely US and UK)

On the military hardware front, MD 500 Defender helicopters were also part of the deal with the US when Iraq acquired 60 multi-role military helicopters directly from the United States in 1983. Additional helicopter sales prompted congressional opposition, forcing the Reagan administration to explore alternative ways of assisting Saddam.

Alan Friedman wrote that Sarkis Soghanalian, one of the most notorious arms dealers during the Cold War, procured Eastern Bloc and French origin weaponry, and brokered vast deals with Iraq, with the tacit approval of the Central Intelligence Agency.

This most prominent arms merchant, Sarkis Soghanalian, was a Miami-based former CIA contractor who brokered tens of billions of dollars’ worth of military hardware for Iraq during the 1980s, reporting many of his transactions to officials in Washington. Soghanalian was close to the Iraqi leadership and to intelligence officers and others in the Reagan administration. He played a vital role serving as a go between for the CIA and other US government operations.

In an interview with William Kistner, Soghanalian stated that he was “working closely with the U.S. government”. Soghanalian also helped the Iraqis obtain TOW Anti Tank Missile , for which he was later prosecuted by the United States Department of Justice.

What is so upsetting was the fact that almost 150 foreign companies supported Saddam Hussein’s WMD program. Twenty-four U.S. firms were involved in exporting materials to Baghdad. Add to this an even longer list of American companies, UK, many EU countries, South Africa, South East Asian countries, including Singapore and Japan.

The whole episode is rather sickening when one believes that one day those responsible would be put before the International Court System. Every inquiry to reveal this broad based corruption and illegal arms trading has failed…..The Matrix Churchill Inquiry, The Scott Inquiry and now the Chilcott Inquiry (Iraq Inquiry) all totally rigged.

Basically “business as usual prevails” whilst the unscrupulous offenders, Heads of State, Senior Politicians, Government Departments and Company Executives get away with murder. If one adds to this the massive fraud that exists we find ourselves living amongst a den of thieves……but do not worry our governments know how to rob the poor to feed the rich!

We certainly live in a highly corrupt society with those that lead us leading the way!!

Maybe now you can better understand as to why people like David Kelly were assassinated and even possibly politicians such as Sir John Biggs Davison , Robin Cook and not forgetting Princess Diana.

Maybe you have never questioned as to why leaders of countries that have fallen victim to the greed of the west have never been tried in the Hague for war crimes etc………the answer is simple……the likes of Saddam, Mubarek and Ghadaffi all knew too much and if they were presented to the Hague they could well spill the beans of exactly what the US, UK and other EU countries  gave them……….you will see that Mubarek will end up the same way and no doubt the President of Yemen will follow……..such is the “Axis of Evil” that exists here in the west.

Part 6 and the final Part 7 will prove beyond a shadow of doubt just how hypocritical and two faced  the US and UK were in all of these unnecessary wars and how they having knowingly provided Chemical and Biological technology to harm innocent civilians in mass and how as a direct result of their illegal arms dealings have caused harm and injury to all the coalition forces.

Documentation will also be supplied to show how the government and MoD were pre warned of the dangers associated with the vaccination of troops prior to the Gulf War with accounts by experts (in the field) of  CBW attacks on their facilities by Saddam using Scud Missiles armed with CBW warheads………… the technology of which was supplied by the west!!!

Peter Eyre -6/2/2013

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 4

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 4

We can now look into the illegal arms trade to Iraq which in itself became very sophisticated with its concealed web of distribution. The UK played a major role in support for Saddam Hussein with one company that really did stand out from the rest.

A  Scottish Company called Allivane was at the heart of this activity and did so over a period of six years during the Iraq-Iran War. Needless to say this also involved the US who used the backyard of Britain to promote this joint effort.

 It was back in 1976 when George Bush Snr, who was then Nixon’s Envoy in China, came across James Guerin, the founder of International Signal and Control (ISC), a US Defense Contractor. After a long discussion they decided that they could do business together.

Soon after this time there were many investigations carried out by US Congress regarding covert arms shipments and the workings of the CIA. A clean up of the CIA took place plus a complete shutdown of covert arms routes that involved many countries.

However, by this time George Bush Snr himself was running the CIA and realised that with the help of James Guerin, together they could re establish this covert business but not out of the USA. It became obvious that their ally Britain could now become the staging post for such an operation. Britain at the time was on an economical low and so the Prime Minister, James Callaghan, jumped at the idea. Callaghan was later to become an advisor to the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) who would soon have a track record of drugs and illegal arms running as their backbone……one could add many more major banks to this list.

The down side to the BCCI was the fact that when it was closed down on 5 July 1991, a million people throughout the world lost their deposits. Many of the losers were from the Third World; small businessmen who had struggled to make a living in countries other than their own, and who had been impressed by BCCI’s multilingual staff and its often-trumpeted concern for the starving millions……no doubt we have all heard this before….a sort of Pandora’s Box!

The formation of this covert Bush – Guerin – Callaghan led to the resurrection of  Allivance and the start of one of the biggest cover weapons supply and destabilization operations in the world………..nothing new hey?……..it goes on all the time with the same key players, Heads of State, CIA, MI5 and Mossad etc. The formation and working of this scam did not only involve the British Labour Party but also followed on with the Conservative Party. By this time it was well and truly out of control.

Back in the US meantime (In 1974) the ISC with the knowledge and assistance of US agencies, advanced radar-controlled anti-aircraft systems were shipped to South Africa. South Africa, together with ISC, also developed a sophisticated ground-to-air missiles for its own use and for export. All this equipment was restricted US technology requiring export licenses, which were not obtained. James Guerin claimed the company’s activities were sanctioned by the US government. Mr. Guerin set up a front company with the South African authorities for the US National Security Agency, , as part of a US covert in 1974. This involved shipping advanced electronic sensors, optics and related equipment to South Africa without licenses so as to set up listening posts to track Soviet submarines off the Cape of Good Hope. The company, Gamma Systems Associates, ordered restricted equipment from ISC, then shipped it on to South Africa on board airliners. The equipment was repackaged and the airline companies given false descriptions of the equipment. The operation ceased to have official sanction in 1977 and the activities were dismantled.

From 1984 to 1988, ISC sent South Africa more than $30 million in military-related equipment, including telemetry tracking antennae to collect data from missiles in flight, gyroscopes for guidance systems, and photo-imaging film readers, all of which would form the “backbone” of a medium-range missile system. Some of this technology was reportedly transferred to Iraq. Another link to Iraq was the supply of the specifications for the  MK-20 Rockeye cluster bomb through Chilean defence company Carlos Cardoen, which was able to build an almost identical weapon that was subsequently used against coalition forces in the Persian Gulf War of January-February 1991. These activities allegedly happened with the knowledge and assistance of U.S. intelligence agencies (including the CIA) and in violation of United States and United Nations sanctions.

Allivane’s contribution to Iraq certainly allowed both the US and UK to benefit from the exercise and to elongate the war effort between Iraq and Iran which was always paramount in the minds of our leaders. One has to remember that Geo-Politics does not possess any ethics or morality……just simply greed!

There were many other issues behind these covert arms shipments on the political front and none other than Donald Rumsfeld was right in the middle of it all. No doubt his partner in crime Dick Cheney was sitting in the sidelines. Perhaps this account throws more light of events:

Middle East envoy Donald Rumsfeld to Baghdad in 1983, stated: 

“While a Staff Member to the National Security Council, I was responsible for the Middle East and for Political-Military Affairs. During my five year tenure on the National Security Council, I had regular contact with both CIA Director William Casey and Deputy Director Robert Gates…CIA Director Casey personally spearheaded the effort to ensure that Iraq had sufficient military weapons, ammunition and vehicles to avoid losing the Iran-Iraq war. Pursuant to the secret NSDD (National Security Decision Directive), the United States actively supported the Iraqi war effort by supplying the Iraqis with billions of dollars of credits, by providing U.S. military intelligence and advice to the Iraqis, and by closely monitoring third country arms sales to Iraq to make sure that Iraq had the military weaponry required. The United States also provided strategic operational advice to the Iraqis to better use their assets in combat. For example, in 1986, President Reagan sent a secret message to Saddam Hussein telling him that Iraq should step up its air war and bombing of Iran. This message was delivered by Vice President Bush who communicated it to Egyptian President Mubarak, who in turn passed the message to Saddam Hussein. Similar strategic operational military advice was passed to Saddam Hussein throughvarious meetings with European and Middle Eastern heads of state. I authored Bush’s talking points for the 1986 meeting with Mubarak and personally attended numerous meetings with European and Middle East heads of state where the strategic operational advice was communicated.”

  President Reagan

One can clearly see the double standards that existed and the means of delivery a message from one country to another by way of a third party (Egypt). No doubt the CIA had their own stock of carrier pigeons to spread the word…..one would have to ask the question how did they manage to deliver the messages amidst all the nerve gas and mustard gas etc?   

The British origin of anthrax strain 14578 – “Vollum” strain

Anthrax strain 14578 may be found listed in past ATCC catalogues, in which the company’s ordering procedures explain that any request for it (and other pathogenic agents) “should be made on the institution’s official stationery (purchase order) and signed by the director of the institution, the chairman of the department concerned, or the scientist in charge of the project”. So, presumably, ATCC files will hold copies of Iraq’s original purchase orders. Such back-up documents do not appear to have been supplied to Senator Riegle in 1994, but should now be produced during a proper investigation under the auspices of the United Nations Security Council.

Each strain in the ATCC catalogue is listed together with its known history – or rather the individuals who have maintained the strain over the years are named in succession. Anthrax strain 14578 appears to have been deposited with ATCC after being held by P H A Sneath, H M Darlow, P Fildes, R L Vollum, and originally Dunkin. So, who are these people through whose hands this anthrax apparently passed en-route to the ATCC and thence to Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, from where it became the principal element in the widely trumpeted ‘forty-five minute threat’ which provided the pretext for the invasion of Iraq in 2003?

Prof P H A Sneath, now of Leicester University, has recently stated (by e-mail) that he was never in charge of the strain, or a collection that included it. Instead, he suggests that “it was probably sent to ATCC by the National Collection of Type Cultures, Central Public Health Laboratory, Colindale Avenue, London”. However, the ATCC catalogue entry references a paper co-authored by Prof Sneath, which was published in 1964 in the Journal of General Microbiology. The article discusses the anthrax strain and notes that it was isolated from bovine anthrax, has retained its virulence, and was previously in the care of the Microbiological Research Establishment (MRE), Porton Down, Wiltshire. According to the article, Prof Sneath was then at the National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, London NW7. 

Part 5 continues with much more detailed information on what was going on.

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 3

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You kiss my A… and I’ll kiss yours

“Thanks for helping the US, our allies and  Saddam genocide the Kurds in Halabja”


The Kurdish Genocide at Halabja


Kurdish Genocide Victims

In this part we will  look at actually who moved what and where and how our respective hypocritical governments try to stem the spread of Nuclear and Chemical and Biological Warfare in other countries and yet secretly help them ………as was the case with Iraq!!

It would be relevant at this point to reveal a list of Iraq Purchased Weapons that was provided by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) for the period 1973-2002.

Country $MM USD 1990 % Total

































South Africa












Germany (FRG)















East Germany (GDR)















The next big issue to debate was who provided Iraq with Chemical and Biological Warfare (CBW) know how? The main players here were both the US, UK and Spain.

 One has to fully understand that what has been revealed does not give a true account as to the total supply of CBW or of the total supply of military hardware and software. Everything was so cleverly concealed via offshore front companies that it almost became impossible to know it original source. I am sure your imagination can run wild in this respect and realise that the trade in illegal arms is a very profitable business. The deceit and corruption that was linked to supply went right to the top of the political ladder. It is rather ironic that to this day the same policy prevails and war is good for business!

 So let’s just look at  one typical consignment as shown in the Riegle Report which was obtained under the freedom of information and you will see just how generous western government were with Iraq:

The list in Figure 1 is merely one extract from the invoice details supplied to Senator Riegle by the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC). One item is particularly notable in this list, for it is the strain of anthrax which will be shown to be the exclusive strain of anthrax used in the Iraqi biological weapons programme. Before focusing on anthrax, however, consider the range of materials exported to Iraq. The Riegle Report confirms that from 1985: 

“Pathogenic (meaning ‘disease producing’), toxigenic (meaning ‘poisonous’), and other biological research materials were exported to Iraq pursuant to application and licensing by the U.S. Department of Commerce….These exported biological materials were not attenuated or weakened and were capable of reproduction. According to the Department of Defence’s own Report to Congress on the Conduct of the Persian Gulf War, released in April 1992: “By the time of the invasion of Kuwait, Iraq had developed biological weapons. It’s advanced and aggressive biological warfare program was the most advanced in the Arab world… The program probably began late in the 1970′s and concentrated on the development of two agents, botulinum toxin and anthrax bacteria… Large-scale production of these agents began in 1989 at four facilities near Baghdad. Delivery means for biological agents ranged from simple aerial bombs and artillery rockets to surface-to-surface missiles.”

t is at this point we can reveal the effects of these CBW the Report finds that among the US exports to Iraq were the following and it notes their associated disease symptoms:

Bacillus Anthracis: anthrax is a disease producing bacteria identified by the Department of Defense in the Conduct of the Persian Gulf War: Final Report to Congress, as being a major component in the Iraqi biological warfare program. Anthrax is an often-fatal infectious disease due to ingestion of spores. It begins abruptly with high fever, difficulty in breathing, and chest pain. The disease eventually results in septicaemia (blood poisoning), and the mortality is high. Once septicaemia is advanced, antibiotic therapy may prove useless, probably because the exotoxins remain, despite the death of the bacteria.  

Clostridium Botulinum: a bacterial source of botulinum toxin, which causes vomiting, constipation, thirst, general weakness, headache, fever, dizziness, double vision, dilation of the pupils and paralysis of the muscles involving swallowing. It is often fatal.  

Histoplasma Capsulatum: causes a disease superficially resembling tuberculosis that may cause pneumonia, enlargement of the liver and spleen, anemia, an influenza-like illness and an acute inflammatory skin disease marked by tender red nodules, usually on the shins. Reactivated infection usually involves the lungs, the brain, spinal membranes, heart, peritoneum, and the adrenals.  

Brucella Melitensis: a bacteria which can cause chronic fatigue, loss of appetite, profuse sweating when at rest, pain in joints and muscles, insomnia, nausea, and damage to major organs.  

Clostridium Perfringens: highly toxic bacteria, which cause gas gangrene. The bacteria produce toxins that move along muscle bundles in the body killing cells and producing necrotic tissue that is then favourable for further growth of the bacteria itself. Eventually, these toxins and bacteria enter the bloodstream and cause a systemic illness. 

Figure 1 provides details of a single shipment sent on 2 May 1986. Note the emboldened entry for Bacillus anthracis (ATCC 14578), which the Iraq Survey Group has since determined was the exclusive strain of anthrax used in the Iraqi biological weapons programme. This, then, is the source of the anthrax threat which was repeatedly promoted both inside Parliament and through the news media to the British People, prior to the decision being made for Britain to take part in the invasion of Iraq.    

 Because Iraq was removed from antiterrorism controls and because controls on missile technology and chemical and biological warfare were not in place until the late 1980s, few foreign policy controls were placed on exports to Iraq during the 1980s…this, along with the lack of national security controls, resulted in a long list of high technology items being sold to Iraq during the 1980s.

 Below is a list (Figure 1) of one such consignment sent from the US to Iraq. I would also like to point out that the UK also participated in such exports, which I will cover later.


 Bacillus Anthracis Cohn (ATCC 10)
Batch # 08-20-82 (2 each)
Class III pathogen.

Bacillus Subtitles (Ehrenberg) Con (ATCC 82)
Batch # 06-20-84 (2 each)

Clostridium botulinum Type A (ATCC 3502)
Batch# 07-07-81 (3 each)
Class III Pathogen

Clostridium perfringens (Weillon and Zuber)

Hauduroy, et al (ATCC 3624)
Batch# 10-85SV (2 each)

Bacillus subtilis (ATCC 6051)
Batch# 12-06-84 (2 each)

Francisella tularensis var. tularensis Olsufiev

(ATCC 6223)
Batch# 05-14-79 (2 each)
Avirulent; suitable for preparations of 
 diagnostic antigens.

Clostridium tetani (ATCC 9441)
Batch 03-94 (3 each)
Highly toxigenic.

 Clostridium botulinum Type E (ATCC

9564) Batch# 03-02-79 (2 each)
Class III pathogen

 Clostridium tetani (ATCC 10779)
Batch# 04-24-84S (3 each)

 Clostridium perfringens (ATCC 12916)
Batch# 08-14-80 (2 each)
Agglutinating Type 2.

Clostridium perfringens (ATCC 13124)
Batch# 08-14-80 (3 each)
Type A, alpha-toxigenic, produces 
 lecithinase C.J. Appl,

 Bacillus Anthracis (ATCC 14185)

Batch# 01-14-80 (3 each) G.G. Wright (Fort Detrick) V770-NPI-R.

Bovine anthrax, Class III pathogen

 Bacillus Anthracis (ATCC 14578)
Batch# 01-06-78 (2 each)
Class III pathogen.

Bacillus megaterium (ATCC 14581)
Batch# 04-18-85 (2 each)

Bacillus megaterium (ATCC 14945)
Batch# 06-21-81 (2 each)

Clostridium botulinum Type E (ATCC 17855)
Batch# 06-21-71
Class III pathogen.

Bacillus megaterium (ATCC 19213)
Batch# 3-84 (2 each)

Clostridium botulinum Type A (ATCC 19397)
Batch# 08-18-81 (2 each)
Class III pathogen

Brucella abortus Biotype 3 (ATCC 23450)
Batch# 08-02-84 (3 each)
Class III pathogen

Brucella abortus Biotype 9 (ATCC 23455)
Batch# 02-05-68 (3 each)
Class III pathogen

Brucella melitensis Biotype I (ATCC 23456)
Batch# 03-08-78 (2 each)
Class III pathogen

Brucella melitensis Biotype 3 (ATCC 23458)
Batch# 01-29-68 (2 each)
Class III pathogen

Clostridium botulinum Type A (ATCC 25763)
Batch# 8-83 (2 each)
Class III pathogen

Clostridium botulinum Type F (ATCC 35415)
Batch# 02-02-84 (2 each)
Class III pathogen

“The United States did not believe that they would be used for anything other than legitimate research purposes and therefore did not knowingly export the materials to assist a biological weapons programme”……………….How naive can you get?

The United States secretly supported Iraq in its eight-year war with Iran, and that in February 1982 the US Administration removed Iraq from its list of ‘terrorist states’ in order to do so. Furthermore, there is the astonishing fact that, among the various agencies of the Government of Iraq listed in the Riegle Report, one repeated recipient of these deadly materials was no less than the Iraqi nuclear weapons research facility, the Iraq Atomic Energy Commission. One could ask the US how could the conclusion possibly be reached that between 1985 and 1989 anthrax and other warfare-related biological materials were exported from the US to Iraq for “legitimate research purposes”?

One also needs to look at the fact that the UK supplied Biological and Chemical agents to Iraq, unfortunately documentation on this is well hidden but evidence does exist that the UK certainly did supply such agents.

Back in the 1970’s Iraq had approached the USSR to buy a plant to manufacture chemical weapons, but his request was refused. Saddam then began courting the West, and received a much more favourable response.

An American company, Pfaulder Corporation of Rochester, New York, supplied the Iraqis with a blueprint in 1975, enabling them to construct their first chemical warfare plant. The plant was purchased in sections from Italy, West Germany and East Germany and assembled in Iraq. It was located at Akhashat in north-western Iraq, and the cost was around $50 million for the plant and $30 million for the safety equipment.

In the late 1970′s, it was actually the German firm ‘Karl Kobe’ that sold Iraq the ingredients for its first chemical weapons. Karl Kobe and others sold Iraq over 1,027 tons of the chemicals needed to produce mustard gas, Sarin, Tabun, and various tear gasses including CS and CN. The chemical weapons program was operational by late 1983/early 1984. Iraq then bought botulin toxin and mycotoxin from a total of 5 other German firms to begin a germ/biological weapons program.

The United States CDC (Center for Disease Control) provided Iraq with biological samples up until 1989 for “Medical research and other purposes”. The US supplied anthrax, West Nile virus, botulism, and Brucella melitensis to Iraq for little or no charge. (that was very nice of them).

The United Kingdom paid, in full, for the Iraqi chlorine plant where mustard gas was manufactured.

Brazil provided around 100 tons of mustard gas in the early 80′s before the British funded plant was up and running.

Singapore and India provided the ingredients for VX nerve agent and yet still more Tabun.

Egypt and Spain both provided the majority of Iraq’s munitions that were designed to carry and disperse the chemical weapons.

As you can clearly see it was truly a very international affair, a sort of United Nations!

It should also be made clear that the US. UK and other countries assisted Iraq in its development into nuclear research which did not reach a successful conclusion.

 Part 4 will bring you more details on actual arms shipments and other military support.

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 2

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 2


In my last article I talked about how blatantly western government are prepared to go to war or create a conflict in order to stop other nations from obtaining what they themselves have designed and incorporated into their respective arsenals.

I find it so hypocritical to learn that many of those countries we have gone to war with were at one time our allies. During those good times our governments not only helped them achieve Nuclear Weapons/Chemical and Biological Warfare but indeed  also gave them the ingredients and in many cases funded and helped build the laboratories and testing facilities, as was the case with Iraq prior to the Gulf Wars.    


“Can you believe that these guys behind me actually help fund the Chemical and Biological Scuds that Saddam has just fired at us”

So let’s just delve into this area and see who sold what to whom and how much they helped those that later became our enemy and more importantly how they also allowed these programmes to harm our own troops…….two classic examples was when Saddam fired Scud Missiles at US/UK and Coalition bases in Saudi Arabia laden with CBW additives that the western governments had given to him……… also those same governments  gave  vaccinations to all coalition forces prior too and during the Gulf War’s knowing they could be potentially fatal or create long lasting medical problems to our troops……..this is now referred too as “Gulf War Syndrome”………..add to this the fact that again the governments knew that all troops in the field could succumb to contamination by our own weapons as a direct result of inhalation/absorption of radioactive nano particle from weapons that contained  Depleted Uranium…………I might add that most of today’s weapons contain DU in some form!!!

Illegal arms trading between the west and any nation that was prepared to pay for them was rife and in particular money, hardware, nuclear components and chemical and biological ingredients freely flowed between the west and Iraq prior to the attack on the Kurds, the Iraq – Iran War and prior to the Gulf War.

It was the wish of all the major player’s in the west to keep the war going for as long as possible which still stands true to this day.

Italy played an important role in arming Iraq through a US branch of the state owned largest bank in Italy. There were so many complex arrangements that allowed Iraq and its supporters to bypass the embargo. Moving land and sea mines production to Singapore was a typical example. Yugoslavia also sold weapons for the entire duration of the conflict as did Portugal. Spain sold 172 Million Euros of weapons. Spain also sold 4X4 vehicles, BO-105 helicopters, explosives and ammunition’s. It should also be noted that an unexploded chemical Iraqi warhead found in Iran was also manufactured in Spain. Turkey also supplied civilian help during the conflict. Turkey’s export jumped from $200 million in 1981 to $2 billion in 1985, which made up 25% of Turkey’s export. Turkish construction projects in Iraq totaled $2.5 billion between 1974 – 1990.

Iraq’s main financial backers were the oil-rich Persian Gulf states, mainly Saudi Arabia ($30.9 billion) Kuwait ($8.2 billion) and the United Arab Emirates ($8 billion).

The Iraqgate scandal revealed that an Atlanta branch of Italy’s largest bank, Banco Nazionale del Lavoro,relying partially on U.S. taxpayer-guaranteed loans, funneled $5 billion to Iraq from 1985 to 1989. These clandestine and illegal loans to Iraq were used to part fund the purchase of arms and weapons technology.

It also became clear that the US was funding Iraqi chemical and nuclear research programme. It was stated that during the 1980’s Iraq had received around $35 billion in loans from the west and between $30-40 billion from the Persian Gulf states.

In actual fact it was this huge Iraqi deficit that contributed towards the start of the war in the first place when some of the above nations started demanding payback on these huge loans…….. not forgetting the fact that some oil rigs on the Kuwaiti border were taking oil/gas from the Iraq fields by a technique known as diagonal or slant drilling. It was also common knowledge  that the then British PM Maggie Thatcher pleaded with Ronald Regan to intervene in Kuwait when Saddam attacked that country.

Many victims in Iran were innocent civilians and it is believed that more than 100,000 were victims of chemical weapons during the length of the war. The final figure is hard to calculate owing to the long term illnesses that followed the war. Reports show that Nerve Gas killed about 20,000 Iranian soldiers and many thousands continue to seek medical treatment on a regular basis with many more critical cases being hospitalised.

What is totally unacceptable to me is the fact that the UN knew of these breaches of the Geneva Convention and did nothing apart from condemning its usage. Needless to say that once again the US was right in there and refused to accept the condemnation. It was not until 1988 that the UN Security Council passed Resolution 612 condemning the use of chemicals. I guess you would ask “Well so what.”

It became apparent that President Reagan was certainly not too concerned as to what Weapons of Mass Destruction were being used as the US were more concerned that the Iraqi’s did not lose the war. Even after the Iraqi had used chemical weapons on the Kurds the US continued its support of Iraq

Maybe it is time to reflect on the bitter pill that Iran has had to swallow both during and after this terrible event. Perhaps we can all see now why Iran could never trust the US, UK and to some degree other EU countries with such a two faced policy. We have to understand that nothing that is done by the west is anything to do with democracy or because of peoples suffering. This is a power game that comes under the title of Geo – Politics. It is “Imperialism” at its best, an urge to take control of the world’s resources, their markets and the transit corridors that deliver them.

What we see is a western foreign policy that is extremely aggressive with the US as the instigator, a world full of almost daily “False Flags” that are well orchestrated in order to justify action or to point fingers at some innocent country they want to rape….such is the world of today. The US uses its relations with other countries like hot and cold taps….they turn them off and on whenever it suits them and certainly when this spoilt child doesn’t get its way it unleashes it so called “Shock and Awe” policy.

As with all wars the human cost was extremely high. The economic cost amounted to around $1.2 trillion and one could ask for what?  Iraq achieved absolutely nothing in their failed attempt to take over more territory and Iran’s natural resources.

What I did find out was the fact that the UN did to some extent support Iran when the Secretary – General made the following statement to the UN Security Council:

“Even if before the outbreak of the conflict there had been some encroachment by Iran on Iraqi territory, such encroachment did not justify Iraq’s aggression against Iran—which was followed by Iraq’s continuous occupation of Iranian territory during the conflict—in violation of the prohibition of the use of force, which is regarded as one of the rules of jus cogens (compelling law or of the highest law).” “On one occasion I had to note with deep regret the experts’ conclusion that “chemical weapons had been used against Iranian civilians in an area adjacent to an urban center lacking any protection against that kind of attack”

I will now continue with exactly what was supplied to Iraq during the war with Iran and by whom and to give some insight and meaning to the term “What goes around comes around.”

Firstly one has to look at the money trail and see which countries were propping up Iraq. The main contributors were: US, UK, France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Japan and in the Middle East were Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and Jordan. Basically it all amounted to more than $130 billion debt for Iraq….the largest portion of this money came from the Gulf States.

As we have already discussed the Iraq’s also took advantage of the competition between the supply of military equipment from both the French and the Russian and tactfully used this to manipulate supply. Russia provided most of the equipment with France running a close second. The French military equipment was considered to be more high tech. Russia was sort of piggy in the middle during this conflict and they proffered Iran over Iraq and yet needed to maintain ties with both, such is the role that Geo-Politics plays in any conflict.

Part 3 and future articles will cover what was actually exported to Iraq and by whom as well as a detailed manifest of Chemical and Biological Weapons (CBW) that were shipped. It will also explain how they were used not only against Iran but also against their own people, the US and Coalition Forces and attempts to strike Israel.

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations – Part 1

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The Hypocrisy of The New World Order and its Assault on Islamic Nations

Part 1 


The leading question in today’s many conflicts is  “Who Supplied Chemical and Biological Weapons (CBW) to Iraq and many other countries who could have and did use them against those that supplied them” ?

I am sure you would all agree that those that did (and continue to) supply such WMD’s/CBW’s  are blatantly guilty of horrendous war crime  that has now resulted in the death of thousands upon thousands ( if not millions)  of innocent civilians including our own coalition forces.

One must also add to this the death of millions of people worldwide as a direct result of NATO/Coalition Forces usage of depleted uranium, low yield tactical nuclear weapons (such as the US B61 Bomb) and other current high tech “Dirty Bombs.”

Finally we have the military vaccination programmes that were used prior to troops going into battle………this aspect I will cover later in the series to prove that not only did they know the dangers associated with these vaccinations but still continued to give them to our troops. This has now resulted in either death or acute medical problems for the vets of these conflicts!!


The object of this current  series of article is to show how hypocritical NATO,  US, UK, France, Germany and many other Coalition Members have been in firstly designing and testing CBW and then selling these deadly agents to the highest bidder!!

In many cases the cabal assisted in  funding and building of the laboratories in countries with whom we later went to war i.e. Iraq (in which the US and UK were deeply involved ). When one compares all of this with the vaccination programme highlighted above one can see just how  “two faced – unethical – immoral”our respective governments have been.

I will now prove to you who supplied what and when and then show how CBW were actually used by Saddam.

My articles will reveal factual reports from troops on the ground with my final article on this topic clearly showing the connection between the weapons used, the vaccination programme and what in my opinion is the major cause of this so called “Gulf War Syndrome……. others may refer to it as being  “Battle Fatigue”  and some may say it is  “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” what ever term they use it is certainly  a cover-up by the government to avoid massive claims by war vets in later years!!’

So let’s start with the story that first revealed the use of WMD/CBW  and how it was all connected with the west’s activity and support of  illegal arms dealing.:

In September 1980 Iraq carried out an unprovoked attack on Iran (Iraq-Iran War) and lasted for a period of over 7 years.

This war was supported by the US, UK and at least 10 countries with the former actually providing military hardware such as weapons, nuclear components that would allow Iraq to have the ability to build their own nuclear bomb and also Chemical and Biological technology which clearly gave Iraq WMD’s and CBW weapons.

The west (in particular the UK) actually paid for and built the CBW Laboratories for Saddam and provided Iraq with Cyanide, Mustard Gas and the deadly VX Gas which he used against the Kurds and Iran and later used in the Iraqi SCUD Missiles to fire into Israel and Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War and did in actual fact hit US/UK bases etc!!

In order to fully understand all the ins and outs of the terrible wars/conflicts we must first understand how the west manipulated and encourage these war ………..I am sure after reading my current series on this topic you will see that we in the west must surely hang our heads in shame and offer our sincere apologies to all the countries we have invaded and in particular to those that died in Iran and Kurdistan during those western derived, armed and funded wars between Iraq – Iran and the Genocide of the Kurds when Saddam used Chemical and Biological Weapons compliments of the US, UK and many others..

It is broadly known that the west frequently change sides as and when it suits their economic goals or foreign policy. One also has to understand that the build up to such a conflict starts well before the war begins and can be in the planning stages up to around twenty years or so beforehand. The other issue that frequently stops such action going ahead is the justification or the reasons for going to war, which we have all observed prior to the Gulf Wars and the war in Afghanistan…….this is normally fixed with the creation of a false flag event.

 The United States and Britain have become experts at this sort of activity as a direct result of their experience at “Empire Building.” Unfortunately it was Saddam Hussain who decided that he should also improve his status in the region and at the same time hopefully acquire more land that was rich in natural resources. His target became Iran and the war  had the full support of the west who played a major role in  its creation and its longevity. The west, in particular the US,were well aware of the financial returns in keeping the war effort going. So let’s now look into this unnecessary war, how greed played a major role, the aftermath and the heavy loss of life on both sides. The war in actual fact achieved absolutely nothing. Add to this the fact that with our help he also killed many Kurds with the Chemical and Biological Weapons supplied, paid for and built by mainly the US and UK.

 The war began on the 22ndof September 1980 when Iraq invaded Iran and carried out an air and land assault. There had, in the past, been many border disputes with additional concern by the Iraq’s of Shia insurgency. It was Saddam Hussain who hoped to replace Iran as the dominant Gulf State. The attack was a failure in many respects as the forward progress was somewhat limited and was repelled by the Iranians within several months, who had regained most of the lost territory by June of 1982. The war continue on until the UN intervened and then stopped on the 20th of August 1988.

One very important aspect of this war was who controlled the Shatt al-Arab waterway which to the Iranians is known as the Arvand Rud. This vital oil export channel in the far north of the Persian Gulf is so important to both countries.

The objectives of Iraq’s invasion of Iran were:

  1. The control of the Shatt al-Arad waterway by the Iraqis
  2. The acquisition of the three islands of Abu Musa and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs of behalf of the UAE
  3. Annexation of Khuzestan to Iraq
  4. To prevent the spread of the Islamic Revolution in the region in the region

The war cost many lives on both sides amounting to around half a million military personal and many civilians. The economic impact was also heavy on both sides. The Iranians sustained heavy losses, not as a result of conventional fighting, but as a direct result of the deployment of chemical weapons and mustard gas by the Iraqi’s. This included VX Gas one of the most deadly of all. It was ironic that the UN had stated that such weapons had been used but very carefully did not mention Iraq as the instigators.

The above conflict fitted in well with the New World Orders three main objectives:

  • To take control of the world’s natural resources
  • To control the markets for those resources and
  • To control the sea lanes, transit routes, pipeline routes etc for those resources

The world must understand that the provocation and propaganda currently underway (by the New World Orders Military – NATO and the US AFRICOM) is clearly intended to offend and disrupt the entire Middle East and now Africa.

 One can  clearly see how Geo Politics plays a major role in all conflicts and how governments become greedy in order to place themselves as major players in a given region. This can involve forced regime changes, disputes over borders, attempts to obtain the resources belonging to another country or by creating false flag incidents to encourage conflict etc.

What this war did reveal was the extensive use of chemical weapons including mustard gas against Iranian troops and civilians. We may also recall that Iraq also used chemical weapons on the Kurds. It was ironic that the UN had stated that such weapons had been used but very carefully did not mention Iraq as the instigators.



In July 1988 Iraqi airplanes dropped chemical cyanide bombs on the Iranian Kurdish village of Zardan (as they had done four months earlier on their own Kurdish village of Halabja). Hundreds were killed at once, and the survivors are still suffering from a variety of physical and mental disorders. It has since been proven that the agent used on the Kurds and later on Iran was the deadly VX Gas.


“Take my word for it Saddam……the US and UK will give you WMD’s & CBW’s”

Prior too and during the Iraq – Iran war many illegal arms shipments were made along with some very high profile visits. That notorious villain Donald Rumsfeld was the US special envoy to the Middle East and met with Saddam in December 1983. As we know he later became the US Defense Secretary during the 2003 Iraqi war when everything suddenly turned 180 degrees and the US wanted Saddam out.

The US and the UK in particular considered Iraq as an ally in stopping the Iranians from spreading their revolution. The US and the UK therefore supported Iraq with technology, intelligence and the sale of illegal arms, WMD´s and Chemical and Biological Warfare (CBW), military equipment and satellite support. It was also another powerful man, by the name of Henry Kissinger, who stated “It’s a pity they both can’t lose.” Iraq, in particular, had a complex clandestine procurement network to obtain munitions and critical materials, which, in some transactions, involved 10-12 countries.

Some rather startling news also emerged prior to this war when it was disclosed that the US Secretary of State, Alexander Haig Jnr wrote a secret memo to President Reagan about the Previous President Jimmy Carter approving Saddam Hussein’s attack on Iran with assistance from Saudi Arabia. British support for this war was also paramount, especially when the British allowed the Iraqi’s to purchase a British company to bypass the export control. This company was TMG engineering, later to be called Matrix Churchill who had operations in both the US and UK. The US Company with the same name was also purchased by the Iraqi’s. The Chairman of the group, which consisted of TDG, TMG, and Matrix Churchill was Safa al Habobi. Another member of the board was Fadel Jawad Khadhum. They were described as follows:

The Iraqi members of the boards of directors of companies in the group were in firm control of the companies’ day-to-day activities and sometimes authoritarian in their actions, one statement said.

The British government decided to allow most of Matrix Churchill’s sales to Iraq. As a result, a scandal erupted after the Persian Gulf War about the role of the British government in arming Iraq. Naturally much more had been going on before this event which never reached the public domain to any degree.

Iraq had a very strong tie with the US, UK and France  who were major suppliers of WMD’s/CBW’s and their ingredients.

Singapore also supported Iraq during the  Iran – Iraq War  in discussions for land mines assembled there, as well as chemical warfare precursors shipped from Singapore, possibly by an Iraqi front company.

Part 2 of this series will continue with who supported Iraq financially followed by other articles on exactly what was sold and how it was sold.

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The second Greatest Illusion Ever Performed – The Sandy Hook Massacre

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No Boeing Commercial Aircraft Hit Any Of The Towers  on 9/11 – No Boeing Commercial Aircraft Hit The Pentagon – No Boeing Commercial Aircraft Nose Dived Into The Field In Shanksville 


The First Greatest Illusion Ever Performed – 9/11

When is the world going to wake up to this continuous bombardment of Zionist controlled  propaganda and misinformation from all the world’s main media outlets such as the NEWS CORPORATION – BBC – CNN – ABC – CBS – NBC – SKY – REUTERS – ASSOCIATED PRESS – FOX  –  NEW YORK TIMES – WASHINGTON POST – WALL STREET JOURNAL – TIME MAGAZINE –  ITV – CHANNEL $ – CHANNEL 5 – THE TELEGRAPH – THE GUARDIAN  (the list is endless).

The Icing on the cake has to be CNN – The True Champions At Staging Illusions 

Take a look at the two pictures below the one on the left  has been made up with the CNN banner overlaid and I am sure that once you see the CNN logo immediately you are convinced that this picture is factual when in actual fact it is not………on the right is  the actual shot allegedly taken by CNN of the 9/11 attack and again you believed it but both are illusions  

I again repeat that “No Boeing Commercial Aircraft Hit Any Of The Towers  on 9/11 – No Boeing Commercial Aircraft Hit The Pentagon – No Boeing Commercial Aircraft No Dived Into The Field In Shanksville.” 

If you the public would take the time to become suspicious of any future major incident and carry out your own analysis from start to finish you will,  in the main,  prove to yourself that what is portrayed by the Zionist media is in actual fact totally fabricated.

When one has spent time working in association with intelligence gathering or reconnaissance (as I have done in the past) you will quickly pick up the error of their ways. It is essential that when such “False Flags” occur you must take note of every fine detail from the initial media reports to the reports that chop and change throughout the next 24 – 48 hours and over time you will see the massive loopholes and inaccuracies as and when they occur!!!

With all of the above in mind lets again revisit the “Sandy Hook False Flag”  (in a very basic way) and prove that what CNN and many other media outlets showed you was bogus………….hopefully you will all agree that this massacre fell well within the same criteria as the Australian Port Arthur Massacre and the Norwegian Massacre as being a total fabrication as to what actually occurred!! 

The Second Greatest Illusion Ever Performed – The Sandy Hook Massacre

As they say a picture paints a thousand words and so if you see it you believe it….right?

Here is the actual layout of the Sandy Nook Elementary School as shown on Google Earth below:

Sandy Nook

It is vital for you all to pay particular attention to the layout of the carkpark and the main entrance to the school which is at the top left corner of the building…….it was this entrance which the CNN helicopter filmed when the police swooped in……I have expanded this car park entrance to the school and rotated it  to show it more clearly (as per below) and also so that you can compare the actual footage with the entrance to the school.


The police assault is allegedly have taken place via the pedestrian crossing from the car park  and then diagonally to the entrance to the school as shown within the black circle above

Now lets just pan out and look at the surrounding  district and in particular one other school called the St Rose of Lima School which is shown WSW of Sandy Hook School both are shown in the google image below surround by the black circle…..it is important that you pay particular attention to the detail of the other school and the actual footage as shown by CNN when the police stormed the building…….here is the area again:

St Rose of Lima  School 1


Now lets again zoom in on the location where the police stormed the so called Sandy Hook School…….I have again rotated the map so that when you compare the actual CNN image you will see that the actual police assault on the school as portrayed by  CNN was not on Sandy Hook but on the other school called St Rose of Lima School.

Below is an exploded shot of the St Rose of Lima pedestrian crossing which clearly shows that the CNN footage was not shot from a helicopter overhead Sandy Nook as we are led to believe but was taken overhead St Rose Of Lima School…….here is a close up of the crossing and the front of the school:

St Rose of Lima  School 2

Now that you have both images clearly in mind now take a look at a couple of still shots taken from the CNN video coverage as taken by their helicopter live during the police storming of the apparent Sandy Hook School:

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Police storm the school via the pedestrian crossing from the car park


Note the bollards and the layout of the landscaping and trees that Sandy Hook does not have


Police now move from the crossing to transit diagonally across the front of the building to underneath the sun shield at the entrance to the school – Sandy Hook School does not have this shield


The total facade of the front of the School at shown by CNN does not show any resemblance to the front of Sandy Hook

Now you can compare the two schools together and one can clearly see this was yet again another “False Flag” with only one thing in mind…….to create a situation to justify the disarming of the citizens of the US……….just as they did in Port Arthur Australia!!


It will now be almost impossible to initiate yet another inquiry into this massive illusion or the other two false flags in Australia and Norway but one thing for sure is the fact that so many things simply do not add up and you,  the sheeples,  have accepted what your respective leaders and governments have told you and what your media has led you to believe……….one day maybe someone will wake up and take these evil satanic New World Order criminals to court.

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Do Australian politicians listen or respond to those that put them in office? – Part 2

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How do the political parties and their hierarchy  respond when facts are put before them?

Part 2



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In my last article I discussed the emails sent to Australian political parties and their responses and I have to say that so far their response has been pretty good with the exception of the Greens who have not passed comments on any of the emails sent to date, some of which I must add border on matters dealing with but not isolated too Australian National Security Massive Fraud & Corrupt within Australia, Paedophilia and Matters of National Importance i.e. Who actually owns Australia and Pull the Strings etc.

I am sure you would all agree that with all of the above issues at stake all the above parties should and must respond accordingly. We must all be mindful of the fact that we put them all  in office to serve us under the terms and protocol of being “Civil Servants”, to safeguard our constitution and to represent and respect us in all matters concerning our well being and that of the nation.

It is also fact that the other very powerful body known as the Judiciary and in particular Members of the Bar all swear an Oath of Office under Common Law to respect our rights under that most powerful law (Common Law) which to this day still remains above all laws, including Statute Law.

Technically speaking if Statute Law does not compliment or enhance Common Law then it could be deemed illegal!!!!

It is also fact that every person who may be charged or arrested is entitled to an “Open Court – Fair Trial with a Full Jury in attendance and the Media”

In one of my previous articles I covered the Port Arthur Massacre and the sentencing of Martin Bryant ,who in my opinion was not guilty as charged and details of this cover-up were also forwarded to all of the above three parties……….alas still no reply……I wonder why?

The purpose of this article is on a more positive note to show that although the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard did respond she  passed it on to the Royal Commission who in-turn replied (as per below) along with the terms and conditions of the inquiry:

— Forwarded Message —–
From: Royal Commission Secretariat <royalcommissionsecretariat@pmc.gov.au>
To: “petereyreoz@yahoo.com” <petereyreoz@yahoo.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2012 8:56 AM
Subject: RE: Ministerial Correspondence Referral from PM&C. C12/82429 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Dear Mr Eyre,
Thank you for your email regarding the Royal Commission into Institutional Childhood Sexual Abuse in Australia.  The Prime Minister has referred your email to the Secretariat for response.
The Royal Commission is being established because of the overwhelming intensity of the stories that have come to light.  Child sexual abuse is a crime that can damage young lives and haunt adults.
The Government has asked all stakeholders, including organisations that represent survivors of child sexual abuse and people formerly in institutional care, community and legal leaders, law enforcement, governments and religious organisations to help shape the development of the Royal Commission.
All suggestions made by these organisations and concerned members of the public are currently being considered by the Government and will help inform the establishment of the Commission.  The Commission is expected to begin its public work in early 2013.
The Royal Commission is an important step in ensuring what happened in the past does not happen again and we thank you for your interest.

Yours sincerely
Royal Commission Secretariat

For the latest information on the Royal Commission, you may wish to visit: childabuseroyalcommission.dpmc.gov.au/home or call 1800 099 340
If you require immediate or crisis support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14

Announcement of the Royal Commission [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]



Julia Gillard

Prime Minister of Australia


Nicola Roxon



Jenny Macklin

Minister for Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs


Good afternoon

We are very pleased to announce that on our advice the Governor-General has now appointed six Commissioners for the Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse. We have also today released the Terms of Reference that will guide their inquiry.

The Commissioners have been selected because of their broad skills, knowledge and expertise.

o   The Royal Commission will be led by Justice Peter McClellan AM, a Supreme Court Judge from New South Wales who brings a wealth of experience as a Judge and as an inquirer. Justice McClellan has been the Chief Judge at Common Law of the Supreme Court of New South Wales since 2005.  He has also been Chief Judge of the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales, Chairman of the Sydney Water Inquiry and Assistant Commissioner at the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

o   Bob Atkinson, the former Queensland Police Commissioner, brings over 40 years of policing experience to the Royal Commission, including 12 years as Police Commissioner.

o   Justice Jennifer Coate has served for twenty years as a magistrate and county court judge in Victoria, including five years as President of the Children’s Court and five years as the Victorian Coroner. Justice Coate has also now been appointed to the Family Court of Australia.

o   Robert Fitzgerald has served as a Commissioner in the Productivity Commission since 2004.  He has experience in commerce, law, public policy and community services, including as Community and Disability Services Commissioner and Deputy Ombudsman in New South Wales.

o   Professor Helen Milroy is a Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health at the University of Western Australia and a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with the Specialist Aboriginal Mental Health Service. She brings extensive experience in child and adolescent mental health and Aboriginal health and mental health.

o   Former Senator for Western Australia Andrew Murray brings a tremendous background as a legislator and as a campaigner for those who have spent time in institutional care as children.  

We have asked the Commissioners to submit an initial report by June 2014, so that we can start acting on early recommendations as quickly as possible. We have asked the Commissioners to aim to finish their inquiry by the end of 2015, but this date will be subject to advice from the Commissioners in their interim report.

The Commissioners will now work on setting up processes for hearing and collecting evidence, including arrangements for people who have special needs. They will also consider what services are needed to support witnesses to the Commission.  And in doing so, they will be informed by the experiences of survivors.

An investigative unit within the Royal Commission will ensure the timely referral and criminal investigation of allegations of child sexual abuse that come before the Commission, should victims seek such action.

We received input from more than 800 individuals and organisations on the terms of reference, which has been invaluable in helping shape the scope of the Royal Commission and in selecting Commissioners.

We also worked closely with the state and territory governments in developing the Terms of Reference, and we are pleased that they all support this inquiry.

The Government is committed to do everything we can to make sure that we fix the system for the future. We also want to help survivors of past abuse receive support and justice.

You will find attached an explanation of the Terms of Reference, a general fact sheet on royal commissions and their powers, and a list of support services.

The full Terms of Reference are contained in Letters Patent, which are the formal instructions from the Governor-General to the Commissioners.

For more information, including a copy of the full Letters Patent go to www.childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au. Or you can call 1800 099 340.


Warm regards


Julia Gillard                                                                         Nicola Roxon                                      Jenny Macklin

Prime Minister of Australia                                          Attorney-General                            Minister for Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

End of email

I thought that it would be a much better idea to publish the term of reference for the Royal Commission so that all those who have fallen victim to paedophilia or those that may have vital evidence can follow the guidelines and report accordingly……here are the attachments they sent me:



Fact sheet

Powers of a Royal Commission

Commonwealth Royal Commissions are public inquiries that are established under Royal Commissions Act1902 (Cth)by appointing Commissioners to conduct an inquiry in accordance with Terms of Reference approved by the Governor-General.In this case the Royal Commission is also expected to be established under relevant State legislation in several jurisdictions.  This will allow the Royal Commissioners to act in multiple capacities, performing functions under Commonwealth and State laws. 


A Royal Commission can take evidence in a number of ways for different purposes, including conducting formal hearings. Hearings may either be open or closed, or restricted to a certain class of persons.  Evidence given in a closed hearing will not be made publically available and will be used in a way that protects an individual’s identity. 

Royal Commission can refer information about suspected or alleged crimes to relevant law enforcement authorities or share relevant information with other ongoing inquiries.

Information about hearings and how individuals can participate in the Royal Commission will be made available on its websitewww.childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au.

Coercive powers

The Royal Commission has broad powers to gather information and assist with its investigations and inquiries.  These are sometimes called coercive powers because they can compel an individual to participate in the inquiry. 

The Royal Commission has the power to:

  • summons witnesses to appear before it and require them to answer questions under oath or affirmation, and
  • summons witnesses to produce a document or other material piece of evidence. 

If summoned, there are very few grounds on which a person can refuse to give evidence to a Royal Commission. 

Failure to comply with a summons issued by a Royal Commission may result in an individual receiving a fine or in some circumstances imprisonment. 

In some circumstances a search warrant and/or arrest warrant might be issued if a person fails to comply with a summons. 

It is an offence to intentionally provide false or misleading evidence to a Royal Commission or by intentionally insulting or disturbing it.  




Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

Explaining theLetters Patent and Terms of Reference


This document explains the Letters Patentand Terms of Reference for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

The ‘Letters Patent’ is the legal document from the Governor-General that gives instructions to the Commissioners about the scope of the inquiry and what the Commissioners should investigate and make recommendations on. The Letters Patent also formally appoint the Commissioners.

The full Letters Patent document is available at www.childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au

This explanation document should not be taken to in any way replace the Letters Patent document, or to have any legal standing.


Why the Royal Commission has been set up

Child sexual abuse is a crime, and a terrible breach of the right of every child to grow up safe and happy.

Child sexual abuse is oftenassociated with other forms of abuseincluding physical abuse, exploitation, and neglect.

All have long-term effects on survivors and their families. There are also costs to the economy and society as a whole.

Australia has committed at an international level to do everything it can to protect children from all forms of abuse. This includes taking action to help prevent child abuse from happening and, when child abuse does happen, to help ensure that cases are identified, reported, investigated, and followed up.

It is recognised that public, non-government and private organisations provide important services and support to help children and their families.

These include childcare, cultural, educational, religious, sporting and other organisations, which play an important role in helping children to grow up safe and happy.

But it is important that laws, rules and practices are in place toensure organisations protect children against the risk of sexual abuseand that claims of abuse and the impacts of abuse are appropriately responded to.

It is important that this inquiry explore claims of systemic failures by institutions to protect children from sexual abuse and related matters.

The inquiry should identify what can be done in the future to better prevent and respond to child sexual abuse, including holding perpetrators to account and providing justice to victims.

People who have been affected by child sexual abuse will be able to share their experiences with the inquiry if they want to, to assist with healing and to inform the Commissioners’ recommendations.

The Australian and State and Territory Governments have committed at the most recent Council of Australian Governments meeting to support this inquiry, and giving it their full cooperation.


What the Royal Commissionwill investigate

The Commissioners will examine past and current child sexual abuse in organisations and may make findings and recommendations on:

  • how organisations with a responsibility for childrenhave managed and responded to claims of sexual abuse and other forms of abuse and neglectassociated with child sexual abuse
  • whether organisations have done enough to respond to child sexual abuse when it has happened
  • what organisations can do to better protect children under their care
  • what organisations should do to identify  child sexual abuse and encourage people to report it
  • how organisations should respond when they find out information that suggests that sexual abuse of children under their responsibility is happening, or has happened in the past
  • what the barriers and failures have been to reporting, investigating and dealing with cases of child sexual abuse in organisations, and how these barriers can be removed in the future
  • what organisationsshould do to support survivors where child sexual abuse does occur
  • what organisations should do to ensure victims receive justice, including through redress by organisations, and investigation and prosecution of perpetrators.


The Commissioners can make any recommendations that they think will help improve the way things are done in the future or help existing survivors.

This includeslooking at laws, as well as the policies, rules and structure of organisations.  


What the Royal Commissionwill cover

The Royal Commission is focused on child sexual abuse within organisations and institutions.

The Commission will also look at matters related to child sexual abuse. This means any unlawful or improper treatment of children that is connected or associated with child sexual abuse generally, or in a particular case.

This recognises that other forms of abuse including physical abuse and neglect often happen with sexual abuse, and if connected they can be examined by the Commission.  

The Commissioners can look at any public or private organisation that is, or was in the past, involved with children, including non-government organisations and government agencies (including police and justice), schools, sporting clubs, orphanages, foster care, and religious organisations.

This includes where they consider an organisationcaring for a child is responsible for the abuse or for not responding appropriately, regardless of where or when the abuse took place.

The Commission will not specifically examine child sexual abuse outside organisations, such as in the family. However, any recommendations made by the Commissioners are likely to improve the response to child sexual abuse wherever it happens.



How the Commissioners will conduct their inquiry

To carry out the inquiry, the Commissioners will:

  • considerthe experiencesof people affected by child sexual abuse in organisations
  • look at archives, records and documentsand consider submissions andstatements from public, non-government and private organisations
  • look at the laws, as well as policies and practices of institutions, organisations and governments to prevent and respond to child sexual abuse
  • takeinto account the findings, recommendations, and information from past and existing inquiries, where appropriate. This can include drawing on the stories of witnesses from other inquiries (with their consent).

The Commissioners will make sure that people telling their stories have appropriate supportin dealing with any trauma that might come up from discussing their abuse.

The Commissioners will also make sure that people with special needs can participate fully in the inquiry. For example, this could include interpreters for people who speak a language other than English, assistance for people with disabilities, and help preparing submissions for people who need assistance with reading and writing. 

The Commission will make sure thatorganisations are given enough time to search and respond to requests for documents and records.


Handling of individual cases

The Royal Commission cannot prosecute individuals.

The Commission can refer individual cases to relevant law enforcement bodies, such as police, for investigation and, where appropriate, prosecution in a timely fashion.

The Commissioners will consider appropriate mechanisms for how the Commission might inquire into and investigate particular cases, including past cases, as appropriate. 

Mechanisms might include examining archives and records and working with relevant law enforcement bodies such as police.

This includes establishing investigative units to support their inquiry.

In handling evidence about specific cases, the Commissioners will take care not to do anything that could disrupt a current or future criminal prosecution or compensation case.


Timing and reporting

The Commissioners will begin their inquiry as soon as possible.

The Commission will prepare an interim report by 30 June 2014 so thatgovernments and organisations can start taking action on the Commission’s early findings and recommendations.

In this interim report, the Commissioners will identify when their final report will be completed. The Terms of Reference will set an end date for the Royal Commission of 2015, but this date will be subject to the advice of the Commissioners in their interim report. 

The Prime Minister can extend the final reporting date which has happened in previous Commissions.

The Commissioners will also be able to provide other interim reports throughout the life of the Royal Commission as appropriate.



Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

The Royal Commission will soon start its work.If you need support or advice, a list of services you can contact is below.

Support services

National help lines

1800 RESPECT (24-hour sexual assault and domestic violence support)                           1800 737 732

Mensline (relationship support for men)                                                                                 1300 789 978

Lifeline (24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention)                                                         13 11 14

Suicide Call Back Service (24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention)                          1300 659 467

beyondblue (mental health support)                                                                                       1300 22 4636

SANE Australia Helpline (mental health support)                                                                   1800 187 263

Specialist national counselling services

Adults Surviving Child Abuse (counselling and support for survivors)                                   1300 657 380

Find and Connect (Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants)                                 1800 161 109

Bravehearts (counselling for survivors and child protection advocacy)                                1800 272 831

Care Leavers Australia Network (support and advocacy for Forgotten Australians)            1800 008 774

State and Territory sexual assault services

NSW Rape Crisis Centre                                                                                                        1800 424 017

Victoria Sexual Assault Crisis Line                                                                                         1800 806 292

South Australia Yarrow Place                                                                                                 1800 817 421

Western Australia Sexual Assault Resource Centre                                                              1800 199 888

Northern Territory Crisis Line                                                                                                 1800 019 116

Brisbane Rape and Incest Survivors Support Centre                                                            1800 010 120

Canberra Rape Crisis Centre                                                                                                 (02) 6247 2525

Tasmania Laurel House                                                                                                          (03) 6334 2740

Reporting child sexual abuse to authorities

Child abuse is a crime. If you have been a victim of abuse, or are concerned about a child being abused, this should be reported to police. The Royal Commission cannot prosecute individuals.

Getting involved in the Royal Commission

People wanting to provide evidence or find out more information about the Royal Commission can provide their contact details on 1800 099 340. Staff from the Royal Commission will make contact once the Commissioners begin their work.

For more information

For more information on the Royal Commissiongo to www.childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au.


In closing I would  urge anyone who has had their lives changed forever by these mongrels to come forward and take this last opportunity to blow the lid off Paedophilia in Australia. Likewise anyone with credible evidence or information should also do the right think and make the appropriate report.

I know that for many of the victims this is opening up a past they would rather forget but I also know that in doing so will enhance their chances of recovery and at the same time encourage many other victims to come forward and bring those responsible to justice.

I would be more than happy to  receive such evidence/information. should you feel so inclined, and  can assure you that it will get to those at the top and to the members of the Royal Commission.

You can contact me initially via the comment section and then if required we can exchange communications directly.

Peter Eyre -28/1/2013

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The World Economic Forum – A New World Order Big Boys Club

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Many ex and current leaders refer to it but few want to talk about it!!

The World Economic Forum – A New World Order Boys Club

Just like all the other secretive meetings this one bears an uncanny resemblance to those held by Bilderberg and although this meeting is very public in some aspects much of what is going on in Davos this week is being held behind closed doors.

I found the following Guardian article of interest:

Aditya Chakrabortty – Guardian Monday 21 January 2012

The plot runs thus: a bunch of rich white men gather in an Alpine hamlet.

The real action is slowly revealed. The businessmen summon prime ministers and presidents to secret meetings in tiny rooms, where they order the lives of the billions consigned to the plains below – and so make themselves even richer.

More than 2,500 business executives and bankers will converge on the highest town in Europe for the annual World Economic Forum. For the next five days, Davos will, it’s safe to say, boast more millionaires per square foot than anywhere else on the planet. A guest list leaked on to the web this weekend included 680 company chief executives, and a plethora of bankers: seven from Citigroup alone, six each from Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank. David Cameron is on the list, along with 36 other sitting prime ministers. Naturally, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown are both popping in (the WEF organisers subsequently sent me an updated list, which I am hoping the Guardian will publish online). To record the event, reporters will be allowed partial access and ski-jacketed TV presenters are on hand to conduct interviews.

And this is what makes Davos so fascinating: it is the most perfect case study of how the practitioners of free-market, globalised capitalism give the public one explanation for what they are doing and why, while privately pursuing the complete opposite. On the one hand there is an event attended by Sharon Stone, Bono and a slew of tame academics (14 Nobel laureates this week alone), the message being “we’re open to anyone”. On the other hand, there are those secret meetings, off limits to anyone not in the £100k club. It is both a reputation-laundry service, and the most shadowy backroom-dealing house.

End of Guardian extract.


Two of the most evil mongrels that ever existed – When you earn big bucks and eat like a pig you cannot stay awake!!

David Yanofisky gave a wonderful introduction to this year’s meeting  in his article published in Quartz – Sunday January 29th 2013:

 CEOs, and big thinkers expected to attend, many of whom pay steep membership fees for the privilege. The “List of Participants” from January 7 was shared with us by a WEF Global Leader who asked to remain anonymous because delegates are instructed not to release the names of fellow attendees.

You can explore who’s on the list of 2,630 participants by sorting and searching the interactive graphic above, or by viewing this spreadsheet we put together.

Of those expected, 680 participants have “chief executive” in their titles. Diageo CEO Paul S. Walsh and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer can expect to run into NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer, and Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat.

Not all of the executives are at the helm of global multinationals. Perry Chen, the CEO and co-founder of the crowd funding website Kickstarter, Drew Houston of file backup and sharing service Dropbox, and Daniel Ek of on-demand music service Spotify, are expected to attend.

From Wall Street, there are seven Citigroup employees participating. JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Deutsche Bank are each sending six and UBS, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and HSBC will each have a delegation of five.

The preliminary Davos Program  includes sessions titled “Global Leadership in Transition” (with simultaneous translation in English, Chinese, and Japanese), “De-risking Africa,” and “Connecting Latin America.” Nonetheless, only 4.9% of the participants are coming from China and Japan, 4.8% from Africa and only 3.1% from South America. Two-thirds of the participants come from North America or Europe. Less than 17% of the world’s population lives in those two regions..

Thirty-seven sitting prime ministers and presidents are expected this year, including Shimon Peres of Israel, Mario Monti of Italy, and Dmitry Medvedev of Russia.

From the US, at least three senators, five members of the House of Representatives, and the governors of Maryland, Delaware, and Colorado are expected to attend. The bureaucrats at the top of the Federal Trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission and the Food and Drug Administration are also listed. Most are participating as panelists or speakers during at least one session during the event, according to a copy of the schedule.



These two scumbags should be called to give evidence at the UK Child Sex Abuse inquiry!!

Out of office politicians will also be in attendance. Former US President Bill Clinton and Former UK Prime Ministers Gordon Brown and Tony Blair are listed as participants this year. All three are currently serving as UN representatives. Clinton is the UN Special Envoy to Haiti, Brown the Special Envoy for Global Education and Blair is the UN Middle East Quartet Representative. Eighty-nine-year-old Henry Kissenger, US Secretary of State under Presidents Nixon and Ford, is listed as well.



Listen up folks “Monica Lewinsky may have got to me”  – “But how come you didn’t manage to kill the old mare Hilary in that air crash in Iran last December?”

Fifteen more administrators of United Nations programs are listed as participants including Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the executive directors of UNICEF, UNESCO, and the World Food Program.



Another mongrel and major player in the NWO

In all there are more than 300 participants expected to attend who hold positions in governments around the world.

There are at least 14 Nobel Prize winners scheduled to attend and participate in sessions. An “Interactive Dinner Session” titled “The State of the World with Nobel Laureates” has 11 participating laureates on the agenda. The rest of academia is represented by more than 100 professors, with economists Robert Shiller, Ken Rogoff, and Joseph Stiglitz included.

The list that David refers is shown at the bottom of this article as I believe it is so important for everyone to understand not only the fact that this is yet another Bilderberg – New World Order(NWO) get together but also to put names to some of those that form part of NWO.

I was also sent this article:

 James Gibney may have lost his job now  – but this is a great article
Now deleted from the Bloomberg site

Davos’s Dubious Strategic Partners
By James Gibney Jan 23, 2013 1:27 PM GMT+0000


The aspirational hypocrisy of the World Economic Forum is enshrined in its motto: “Committed to Improving the State of the World.” Unlike other storied global conspiracies — the Trilateral Commission, for example, or the Bilderberg Group and the Bohemian Club — whose members are presumed to be in it just for the filthy lucre and power-mongering, the WEF makes a big deal of its embrace of rainbow-hued do-gooders. The Forum is forever trumpeting its commitment to transparency and inclusiveness along with a burgeoning list of initiatives to advance the same.

But let’s follow the money — where it comes from and where it goes, starting with the 100-plus strategic partners who, as the forum puts it, “comprise some of the world’s leading corporate citizens and provide essential leadership in support of the Forum’s mission.” In 2012, they contributed slightly more than half the WEF’s revenues (some 178 million Swiss francs, or about $192 million).

Consider one such leading corporate citizen: Axel Weber, co-chairman of this year’s Davos meetings and chairman of UBS, Switzerland’s largest bank. Last year, his company was fined $1.5 billion for its schemes to rig global interest rates. The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission cited more than 2,000 instances of illegal acts involving dozens of UBS employees. And that scandal followed a $780 million U.S. settlement in 2009 over charges that the bank had helped U.S. clients avoid taxes. WEF founder Klaus Schwab’s choice of Mr. Weber as co-chairman perhaps speaks volumes about his own values.

Other strategic partners include Bank of America Corp., which just agreed to pay Fannie Mae $10 billion to settle allegations that it had improperly handled mortgages; Barclays Plc, which also paid nearly a half-billion dollars in a settlement over manipulating interest rates and faces record fines for trying to fiddle energy markets; Citigroup Inc., which last year settled a lawsuit over sub-prime mortgages for $590 million; Credit Suisse, out more than a half-billion dollars for money laundering. I’ll stop at the C’s, leaving out Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Standard Chartered, and other financial strategic partners that are either under investigation or have collectively paid billions in fines for a variety of bad behaviors. I also won’t go into the various settlements over allegations of bribery and bid-rigging by some of WEF’s non-financial strategic partners, such as ABB and Accenture.

These companies may have skipped all the Davos sessions on transparency, ethics and holding stakeholders in high regard, but they have done wonders for the Forum’s bottom line. From 2002 to 2012, partnership revenue more than quadrupled as overall revenue more than doubled. The Forum’s headcount, meanwhile, has gone from 139 full-time staff members to 371.

Many of these people do good work, putting out interesting reports and holding one heck of a global salon. But the interests they represent are corporate — no more, no less. “Improving the state of the world,” added to the Forum’s logo well into its third decade, comes behind networking and dealmaking.

A recent quote from Sir Martin Sorrell, chairman of WPP — another Forum strategic partner — is instructive. Asked about the right model for corporate taxation, he magnanimously told the BBC: “The right model is you make a contribution. All contributions you make to your stakeholders are a question of judgment. There are the rules,” he said. “If then companies choose… in terms of building their long-term brands to make a contribution to all the stakeholders, all credit to them.” Payment of taxes, in other words, is at the discretion of global corporations.

That’s mighty generous of you, Sir Martin. As Oliver Twist once said, “Please, sir, I want some more.”

I have a modest proposal for the Forum’s strategic partners: If you want to improve the state of the world, start by obeying laws and paying your taxes. Until then, spare us the high-minded, multi-stakeholder palaver.

End of article

So there you have it folks yet another, behind closed door get together of those that wish to control us, or as is the case with UN Agenda 21, “Also to eliminate many of us.”

Peter Eyre – 25/1/2013

Broadcaster – Investigative Journalist – Middle East Consultant – Political Analysis

The confidential list of everyone attending Davos 2013

World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013, List of Participants as of 7 January 2013 : Participants
. Read more about this List at http://qz.com/45509
. Name Title Organization
. A. Michael Spence William R. Berkley Professor in Economics and Business NYU Stern School of Business
. Aart J. de Geus Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Synopsys Inc.
. Abdel Waheb Maatar Chief of Government of Morocco Government
. Abdel Waheb Maatar Minister of Training and Employment of Tunisia Government
. Abdul Samad Minty Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representative of South Africa Permanent Mission of South Africa
. Abdulaziz A. Al Sugair Chairman Saudi Telecom Group
. Abdulaziz Al Saghyir Chairman Etihad Etisalat
. Abdulkareem Asaad Abu Alnasr Chief Executive Officer The National Commercial Bank (Alahli)
. Abdulla Bin Ali Al Thani President, Hamad bin Khalifa University; Vice-President, Education Qatar Foundation
. Abdulla Saif Al Nuaimi Vice-Chairman Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA)
. Abdullah M. Saleh Governor Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)
. Abdullah Saleh Kamel Executive President and Chief Executive Officer Dallah Al Baraka Holding Co.
. Abdulrahman F. Al Wuhaib Senior Vice-President, Downstream Saudi Aramco
. Abha Joshi-Ghani Director, Thematic Knowledge and Learning The World Bank
. Achim Steiner Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Nairobi Government
. Aclan Acar Chairman of the Board of Directors Dogus Otomotiv AS
. Adam Anderson Associate Professor of Psychology Affect and Cognition Laboratory (ACLAB), University of Toronto
. Adam Demark Partner and Senior Analyst Mason Capital Management LLC
. Adam S. Posen President Peterson Institute for International Economics
. Adam Werbach Co-Founder yerdle
. Adar C. Poonawalla Owner and Chief Executive Officer Serum Institute of India Ltd
. Adi B. Godrej Chairman, The Godrej Group Godrej Industries Ltd
. Adi Ignatius Editor-in-Chief Harvard Business Review Group
. Aditya Mittal Chief Financial Officer ArcelorMittal
. Adrian Gore Chief Executive Officer Discovery Holdings Ltd
. Adrian Monck Managing Director, Head of Communications and Media, World Economic Forum Government
. Adrian Turner President and Chief Executive Officer Mocana Corporation
. Agah Ugur Chief Executive Officer Borusan Holding AS
. Agust’n Coppel Luken Chief Executive Officer Coppel SA de CV
. Agustin Carstens Governor of the Central Bank of Mexico Government
. Agustin E. Edwards President of the Board Empresa Periodistica El Mercurio SAP
. Ahmad Abdulkarim Julfar Group Chief Executive Officer Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (Etisalat)
. Ahmad Radhi Nungsari Executive Director Khazanah Nasional Berhad
. Ahmed Hafez Adviser National Bank of Kuwait
. Ahmed Heikal Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Citadel Capital SAE
. Ahmet C. Bozer President, Eurasia and Africa Group The Coca-Cola Company
. Ahmet Davutoglu Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Government
. Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede Managing Director Access Bank Plc
. Ajay G. Piramal Chairman Piramal Healthcare Limited (PHL)
. Ajay Kalsi Managing Director Indus Gas Ltd
. Ajay Khanna President Jubilant Bhartia Group
. Ajit Gulabchand Chairman and Managing Director Hindustan Construction Company Ltd
. Akihiko Tanaka President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Japan Government
. Akinwumi Ayodeji Adesina Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Nigeria Government
. Akira Amari Minister of Economic and Fiscal Policy; Minister of Economic Revitalization of Japan Government
. Akira Kiyota Honorary Chairman Daiwa Securities Group
. Alain Berset Federal Councillor of Home Affairs of the Swiss Confederation Government
. Alain Dehaze Country Head; Member of the Group Executive Committee Adecco Groupe France
. Alain Jeannet Editor-in-Chief L’Hebdo
. Alain Pons Chief Executive Officer Deloitte
. Alan Buckle Deputy Chairman KPMG International
. Alan C. Rusbridger Editor-in-Chief The Guardian
. Alan Clark Chief Operating Officer SABMiller Plc
. Alan Gershenhorn Chief Sales, Marketing and Strategy Officer UPS
. Alan Howard Founder Brevan Howard Investment Products Ltd
. Alan Murray President Pew Research Center
. Alan Schwartz Executive Chairman Guggenheim Partners LLC
. Alastair Hughes Chief Executive Officer, Asia-Pacific Jones Lang LaSalle
. Alastair Lukies Chief Executive Officer Monitise Plc
. Albert-Laszlo Barabasi Director Center for Complex Network Research (CCNR)
. Alberto Weisser Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bunge Limited
. Alec Hogg Founder and Editor-in-Chief Moneyweb Holdings
. Aleh Tsyvinski Professor of Economics Yale University
. Alejandro Baillres Chief Executive Officer Grupo Nacional Provincial SAB
. Alejandro Ram’rez Chief Executive Officer Cinepolis
. Alejandro Valenzuela Chief Executive Officer Grupo Financiero Banorte SA de CV
. Alessandra Galloni Bureau Chief, Southern Europe The Wall Street Journal
. Alessandro Castellano Chief Executive Officer Sace SpA
. Alex Laskey President and Founder OPOWER
. Alex Pentland Toshiba Professor of Media, Arts and Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
. Alex Smith Financial Industry Editor Thomson Reuters
. Alex Wilmot-Sitwell President, Europe and Emerging Markets (ex-Asia) Bank of America Merrill Lynch
. Alexander Bazarov Vice-President Sberbank
. Alexander Ljung Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer SoundCloud Ltd
. Alexander M. Macintyre Director, News Associated Press Television News
. Alexander Semenyaka Chief Executive Officer The Agency for Housing Mortgage Lending
. Alexander Stubb Minister for European Affairs and Foreign Trade of Finland Government
. Alexander V. Dyukov Chairman and Chief Executive Officer JSC Gazprom Neft
. Alexandra Fšderl-Schmid Editor-in-Chief Der Standard
. Alexandra Louven Economic Editor Handelsblatt
. Alexandre Tombini Governor of the Central Bank of Brazil Government
. Alexey Kudrin Professor; Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation Government
. Alexey Pertin Chief Executive Officer PJSC Smart-Holding
. Alfred R. Berkeley Vice-Chairman Gentag Inc.
. Alfredo Capote Managing Director, Head of Investment Banking, Mexico Citi
. Ali Abbasov Minister of Communication and Information Technologies of Azerbaijan Government
. Ali Bongo Ondimba President of Gabon Government
. Ali HamadŽ Journalist and Editorialist An-Nahar
. Ali Kibar Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice-Chairman Kibar Holding AS
. Ali Velshi Anchor and Chief Business Correspondent CNN
. Ali Zeidan Prime Minister of Libya Government
. Aliko Dangote President and Chief Executive Officer Dangote Group
. Alisher Burkhanovich Usmanov Founder and Major Shareholder USM Holdings Limited
. Alison Martin Member of the Group Management Board and Head, Life and Health Swiss Reinsurance Company
. Alison Redford Premier of Alberta, Canada Government
. Alison Smale Executive Editor International Herald Tribune
. Alistair Mackintosh Partner, Chief Investment Officer Actis LLP
. Allen Bruford Deputy Director, Compliance and Facilitation Directorate World Customs Organization (WCO)
. Almir Barbassa Chief Financial Officer and Chief Investor Relations Officer Petroleo Brasileiro SA – PETROBRAS
. Alois Zwinggi Managing Director, Resources and Processes, World Economic Forum Government
. Alok Kshirsagar Director McKinsey & Company
. Aloke Lohia Group Chief Executive Officer Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited
. Alonso Quintana Chief Executive Officer ICA
. Alpha CondŽ President of Guinea Government
. Alpo Rusi Ambassador of Finland Embassy of Finland
. Amarit Charoenphan Deputy Managing Director HUBBA Coworking Spaces
. Amir Elstein Chairman Israel Corp. Ltd
. Amish Mehta Partner Vector Capital
. Amishi Jha Associate Professor, Director of Contemplative Neuroscience, Mindfulness Research and Practice Initiative University of Miami
. Amit Garg Founder Start-up
. Amit Kalyani Executive Director Bharat Forge Ltd
. Amjad Bseisu Chief Executive Officer EnQuest Plc
. Amr A. Al Dabbagh Chairman Al Dabbagh Group Holding Co. Ltd
. Amr Khaled Chairman of the Board of Trustees Right Start Foundation International
. Amr Moussa Secretary-General of the League of Arab States (2001-2011)
. Amy Rosen President and Chief Executive Officer Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)
. Ana Patricia Bot’n Member of the Board Banco Santander
. Anabel Gonz‡lez Minister of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica Government
. Anand Desai Senior Managing Director Eton Park Capital Management LP
. Anand G. Mahindra Chairman and Managing Director Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd
. Anand Kanwar Bir Singh Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Asian Paints Limited
. Anand Sankaran Senior Vice-President; Head, Wipro Infotech; Global Head, Infrastructure Services Wipro Limited
. Anand Sharma Minister of Commerce and Industry and Textiles of India Government
. Anant Agarwal President edX
. Anant Bajaj Joint Managing Director Bajaj Electricals Limited
. Anant Gupta President and Chief Operating Officer HCL Technologies Ltd
. Anant Singh Film Producer and Distributor Videovision Entertainment
. Anat Wiess Vice-President and Spokesperson Globes Group
. Anatoly B. Chubais Chief Executive Officer OJSC RUSNANO
. Anatoly Karachinsky President and Chief Executive Officer IBS Group
. Anders Borg Minister of Finance of Sweden Government
. Anders NyrŽn Chairman Sandvik AB
. Andre Geim Professor and Director Manchester Centre for Mesoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Manchester
. Andrea Enria Chairman, European Banking Authority, United Kingdom Government
. Andrea Illy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer illycaff SpA
. Andrea Orcel Chief Executive Officer, Investment Bank UBS AG
. Andreas Brodtmann Managing Partner Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG
. Andreas Dietzel Regional Managing Partner, Germany Clifford Chance LLP
. Andreas Renschler Member of the Board of Management, Daimler and Chief Executive Officer, Daimler Trucks and Daimler Buses Daimler AG
. Andrew Hamilton Vice-Chancellor University of Oxford
. Andrew Komaroff Chief Operating Officer Neuberger Berman Group LLC
. Andrew L. Cohen Chief Executive Officer JPMorgan Private Bank
. Andrew Lee Vice-President, Emerging Businesses Aetna Inc.
. Andrew Likierman Dean London Business School
. Andrew N. Liveris Chairman and Chief Executive Officer The Dow Chemical Company
. Andrew R. Sorkin Columnist The New York Times
. Andrew Robertson President and Chief Executive Officer BBDO Worldwide
. Andrew S. Weinberg Chairman, Strategy Brightstar Corp.
. Andrew Scott Professor of Economics London Business School
. Andrew Steer President and Chief Executive Officer World Resources Institute
. Andrew Thompson Chief Executive Officer Proteus Digital Health Inc.
. Andrew Wales Senior Vice-President, Sustainable Development SABMiller Plc
. Andrey Belousov Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Government
. Andrey L. Kostin Chairman and Chief Executive Officer JSC VTB Bank
. Andrey R. Kuzyaev President Lukoil Overseas Holding Ltd
. Andries Jacobus Wilkens Executive Director, Growth and Strategic Development African Rainbow Minerals Ltd (ARM)
. AndrŽ Esteves Chief Executive Officer Banco BTG Pactual SA
. AndrŽ Kudelski Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Kudelski Group
. AndrŽ S. Hoffmann Chairman Massellaz SA
. Andrzej Klesyk Chief Executive Officer PZU SA
. Andy Serwer Managing Editor Fortune Magazine
. Aneel Bhusri Chief Executive Officer Workday Inc.
. Angel Gurr’a Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris Government
. Angela Merkel Federal Chancellor of Germany Government
. Angela Strank Vice-President and Head, Group Chief Executive Office BP Plc
. Anil Aggarwal Founder and Chairman Wickwood Development Limited
. Anil Gupta Michael Dingman Chair in Global Strategy and Entrepreneurship University of Maryland
. Anindya Novyan Bakrie Chairman PT Bakrie Global Ventura
. Ann Haugh Group Chief-of-Staff Zurich Insurance Group
. Ann Lamont Managing Partner Oak Investment Partners
. Ann Lewnes Chief Marketing Officer Adobe Systems Inc.
. Anna Meloto-Wilk President Human Nature
. Anne Hastings Chief Executive Officer Fonkoze Financial Services
. Anne Lim O’Brien Vice-Chairman Heidrick & Struggles
. Anne Louise HŸbert Chief Executive Officer Aid in Action
. Anne M. Finucane Global Strategy and Marketing Officer Bank of America
. Anne Seith Editor Der Spiegel
. Annika Falkengren President and Chief Executive Officer Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB)
. Anshu Jain Co-Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee Deutsche Bank AG
. Anthony Lake Executive Director, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), New York Government
. Anthony Mason Correspondent, Economics and Business, CBS Evening News CBS News
. Anthony Scaramucci Founder and Managing Partner Skybridge Capital
. Antoine Gosset-Grainville Vice-Chairman Caisse des DŽp™ts et Consignations (CDC)
. Antonio Eduardo Castro Executive Manager, Corporate Strategy Petroleo Brasileiro SA – PETROBRAS
. Antonio Fatas Professor of Economics INSEAD
. Antonio Simoes Head, United Kingdom HSBC Bank Plc
. Antonis C. Samaras Prime Minister of Greece Government
. Antony Jenkins Group Chief Executive Barclays
. Anu Bradford Professor of Law Columbia Law School
. Aparna D. Sharma Chief Executive Officer India Brand Equity Foundation
. April Rinne Director, Water Credit Water.org
. Arafan KabinŽ Kaba Acting Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Guinea Permanent Mission of Guinea
. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin Archbishop of Dublin, Ireland Government
. Archibald Cox Chairman Foreign Policy Association
. Arianna Huffington President and Editor-in-Chief The Huffington Post Media Group
. Arif Dowla Managing Director Advanced Chemical Industries Ltd
. Arif M. Naqvi Founder and Group Chief Executive The Abraaj Group
. Arjun Dhawan President, Infrastructure Business Hindustan Construction Company Ltd
. Arkady Dvorkovich Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Government
. Arkady Volozh Chief Executive Officer Yandex LLC
. Armando Garza Chairman Alfa S.A.B. de C.V.
. Arnaud Leparmentier Columnist Le Monde
. Arne Sorenson President and Chief Executive Officer Marriott International Inc.
. Aron Cramer President and Chief Executive Officer Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)
. Aroon Purie Chairman and Editor-in-Chief The India Today Group
. Arsjad Rasjid P. Mangkuningrat President Director and Group Co-Chief Executive Officer PT Indika Energy Tbk
. Arsne Totao Yabre Manager, External Relations and Fundraising SecrŽtariat Permanent des Organisations Non Gouvernementales (SPONG)
. Artem Volynets Chief Executive Officer En+Group
. Arthur O. Sulzberger Chairman and Publisher The New York Times
. Arthur Rutishauser Editor-in-Chief Tages-Anzeiger
. Arvind Sodhani President, Intel Capital and Executive Vice-President Intel Corporation
. Arzuhan Dogan Yalindag Chairwoman Dogan TV Holding
. Asanga Abeyagoonasekera Executive Director Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute for International Relations and Strategic Studies
. Ashish J. Thakkar Founder and Managing Director Mara Group
. Ashni Mohnot Founder and Chief Executive Officer Enzi
. Atif R. Bokhari President and Chief Executive Officer United Bank Ltd
. Atsushi Seike President Keio University
. Atsushi Yoshikawa Representative Executive Officer Nomura Holdings Inc.
. Atsutoshi Nishida Chairman of the Board Toshiba Corporation
. Atul Punj Chairman Punj Lloyd Ltd
. Augie K. Fabela II Chairman and Co-Founder VimpelCom Ltd
. Aviad Maizels President PrimeSense Ltd
. Aviv Nevo President NV Investments
. Avril Halstead Chief Director, Sectoral Oversight National Treasury of South Africa
. Axel A. Weber Chairman of the Board of Directors UBS AG
. Axel C. Heitmann Chairman of the Board of Management LANXESS AG
. Axel P. Lehmann Member, Group Executive Committee, Group Chief Risk Officer and Regional Chairman, Europe Zurich Insurance Group
. Ayal Shiran President, Customer Business Group Amdocs Management Ltd
. Ayla Gšksel Chief Executive Officer ACEV
. Ayman Asfari Group Chief Executive Petrofac Services Ltd
. Ayman Maamoun Tamer Chairman and Managing Partner Tamer Group
. Azim H. Premji Chairman Wipro Limited
. Aziz G. Zapsu Chairman Azizler Holding AS
. Azman Mokhtar Managing Director Khazanah Nasional Berhad
. B¿rge Brende Managing Director and Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum Government
. B. G. Srinivas Member of the Board Infosys Ltd
. Baba N. Kalyani Chairman and Managing Director Bharat Forge Ltd
. Babatunde Osotimehin Executive Director, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), New York Government
. Bader M. Al Sa’ad Managing Director, Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), Kuwait Government
. Balkrishan Goenka Chairman Welspun Corp. Ltd
. Ban Ki-moon Secretary-General, United Nations, New York Government
. Bang Han-Hong President and Chief Executive Officer Hanwha Chemical Corporation
. Barbara Kux Member of the Managing Board Siemens AG
. Barbara Widmer Economics Editor Swiss Radio and Television SRF
. Bark Tae-Ho Minister for Trade of the Republic of Korea Government
. Barkha Mossae Policy Analyst Intern Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade of Mauritius
. Baroness Valerie Amos Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations, New York Government
. Barry Eichengreen Professor of Economics and Political Science University of California, Berkeley
. Barry M. Gosin Chief Executive Officer Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
. Barry Salzberg Global Chief Executive Officer Deloitte
. Barry Stowe Chief Executive Prudential Corporation Asia
. Bas Burger President, Global Commerce and Northern, Central and Eastern Europe BT Group Plc
. Baudelaire Ndong Ella Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Gabon Permanent Mission of Gabon
. Baudouin Prot Chairman BNP Paribas
. Beatrice Weder di Mauro Member of the Board of Directors UBS AG
. Beatrix Morath Managing Partner Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
. Beatriz Perez Chief Sustainability Officer The Coca-Cola Company
. Begumhan Dogan Faralyali Chairwoman Dogan Yayin Holding
. Bekele Geleta Secretary-General International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
. Ben Chu Economics Editor The Independent
. Ben Hill President Trina Solar Europe
. Ben J. Verwaayen Chief Executive Officer Alcatel-Lucent SA
. Benigno Simeon Aquino III President of the Philippines Government
. Benjamin Soemartopo Managing Director and Head of Principal Finance, Indonesia Standard Chartered
. Bernard Charls President and Chief Executive Officer Dassault Systmes SA
. Bernard Fontana Chief Executive Officer Holcim Ltd
. Bernard Hoekman Director, International Trade Department The World Bank
. Bernard Liautaud General Partner Balderton Capital
. Bernard Rappaz Editor-in-Chief Swiss Television RTS
. Bernardo Gradin Chief Executive Officer Graal Bio Investimentos SA
. Bernd Brunke Member of the Global Executive Committee Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
. Bernd Martens Member of the Board of Management for Procurement AUDI AG
. Bernhard Jucker Member of the Executive Committee and Head of Power Products ABB Ltd
. Bert van der Els Chairman of the Executive Board Heijmans NV
. Beth A. Brooke Global Vice-Chair, Public Policy Ernst & Young
. Bharat Doshi Executive Director and Group Chief Financial Officer Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd
. Bidzina G. Ivanishvili Prime Minister of Georgia Government
. Bill Gross Co-Founder and Chairman eSolar Inc.
. Bill McDermott Co-Chief Executive Officer SAP AG
. Bill Rusitzky Vice-President, Strategic and Business Development Adobe Systems Inc.
. Bjšrn Johansson Chairman Dr Bjorn Johansson Associates Inc.
. Bjšrn SavŽn Chairman IK Investment Partners Ltd
. Blaise Goetschin Chief Executive Officer Bank of Geneva (BCGE)
. Bo Risberg Chief Executive Officer Hilti Aktiengesellschaft
. Bob Bechek Worldwide Managing Director Bain & Company Inc.
. Bob Carr Minister of Foreign Affairs of Australia Government
. Bob Corker Senator from Tennessee (Republican), USA Government
. Boris Collardi Chief Executive Officer Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd
. Boris Johnson Mayor of London, United Kingdom Government
. Boris Krasnyansky Chief Executive Officer Group DF
. Boris Mints Chairman of the Board of Directors Otkritie Financial Corporation JSC
. Boris Nikolic Scientific Adviser bgc3
. Bradford L. Smith Senior Vice-President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Microsoft Corporation
. Brady W. Dougan Chief Executive Officer Credit Suisse AG
. Brandt C. Louie Chairman and Chief Executive Officer H. Y. Louie Co. Limited
. Brett D. Begemann President and Chief Commercial Officer Monsanto Company
. Brian A. Dames Chief Executive Officer Eskom Holdings SOC Limited
. Brian A. Gallagher President and Chief Executive Officer United Way Worldwide
. Brian Cornell Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Americas Foods PepsiCo Inc.
. Brian Herlihy Chief Executive Officer and Founder Black Rhino Group
. Brian Molefe Group Chief Executive Transnet SOC Ltd
. Brian T. Moynihan Chief Executive Officer Bank of America Corporation
. Brian Weeden Technical Adviser Secure World Foundation
. Bright Simons President MPedigree Network
. Brij Kothari Director PlanetRead
. Britt D. Banks Adjunct Professor, School of Law University of Colorado
. Bruce E. Aust Executive Vice-President, Global Corporate Client Group The NASDAQ OMX Group
. Bruce McNamer President and Chief Executive Officer TechnoServe Inc.
. Bruno Lafont Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Lafarge
. Bruno Lescoeur Chief Executive Officer Edison SpA
. Bruno Piacenza Executive Vice-President, Laundry and Home Care Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
. Bruno Raschle Chairman Adveq Holding AG
. Bruno Strigini President, Europe/Canada, Global Human Health MSD
. Burak Oymen Co-Founder Capital Partners
. Cao Duc Phat Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam Government
. Carl Sheldon Chief Executive Officer Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (TAQA)
. Carl-Henric Svanberg Chairman BP Plc
. Carla Mar’a Rodriguez Mancia Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Permanent Representative of Guatemala Permanent Mission of Guatemala
. Carlo D’Asaro Biondo Vice-President, SEEMEA Google
. Carlos Danel Co-Chief Executive Officer Compartamos
. Carlos de Brito Chief Executive Officer Anheuser-Busch InBev NV
. Carlos Fadigas Chief Executive Officer Braskem SA
. Carlos Ghosn Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Renault-Nissan Alliance
. Carlos Julio Ardila Chief Executive Officer Organizacion Ardila Lulle
. Carlos L—pez Blanco Director, Public Affairs Telefonica SA
. Carlos Moreira Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Founder WISeKey SA
. Carlos Murrieta Chief Operating Officer Pemex – Petroleos Mexicanos
. Carlos Piedrahita Chief Executive Officer Grupo Nutresa
. Carlos Rodr’guez-Pastor Chairman Intercorp
. Carlos Segovia Economic Correspondent El Mundo
. Carlos Tavares Chief Operating Officer Renault SAS
. Carmen M. Reinhart Minos A. Zombanakis Professor of the International Financial System Harvard Kennedy School of Government
. Carol Becker Dean of Faculty, School of the Arts Columbia University
. Carol Clark Vice-President, Beer & Better World Anheuser-Busch InBev, Inc.
. Carol Keehan President and Chief Executive Officer Catholic Health Association
. Carol Williams Executive Vice-President, Manufacturing and Engineering The Dow Chemical Company
. Carole Stone Correspondent The Spectator
. Carolina Trivelli Avila Minister of Development and Social Inclusion of Peru Government
. Caroline Watson Director and Founder Hua Dan
. Caroline Wunnerlich Executive Vice-President, Senior Partner and Regional Director, EMEA Fleishman-Hillard SA/NV
. Carolyn B. Maloney Congresswoman from New York (Democrat), 14th District, USA Government
. Carsten Knop Senior Business Editor Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
. Cary Cooper Pro Vice-Chancellor for External Relations of Lancaster University and Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health Lancaster University Management School (LUMS)
. Caspar Busse Business Editor SŸddeutsche Zeitung GmbH
. Cassie Wong Chui-Ping Asia-Pacific Regional Tax Leader PwC
. Catherine May Director, Corporate Affairs SABMiller Plc
. Celso Luiz Nunes Amorim Minister of Defence of Brazil Government
. Cem …zdemir Chairman, Alliance 90/The Greens, Germany Government
. Cesar Conde President Univision Networks
. Cesar L. Alvarez Executive Chairman Greenberg Traurig LLP
. Cesare Mainardi Chief Executive Officer Booz & Company
. Cha Nam-Gyu President and Chief Executive Officer Hanwha Life Insurance Co. Ltd
. Chan YuenYing Director and Professor, Journalism and Media Studies Centre University of Hong Kong
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Do Australian politicians listen or respond to those that put them in office? – Part 1

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How do the political parties and their hierarchy  respond when facts are put before them?

Part 1


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Having been involved in political lobbying (internationally speaking) for many many years I thought I would test the  three main  parties in Australia to see how they would react to some hard hitting articles and supporting evidence.

As the Prime Minister of Britain and Australia were put under immense pressure on one particular topic (Child Sex Abuse)  it was only a matter of time before they buckled in to respond to the facts that were laid out before them.

British PM David Camerson launched an inquiry into such abuse and Australia’s PM Julia Gillard went a step further to launch a Royal Commission………however I found that the title of both these inquiries should have had a broader spectrum with possible a new title “An inquiry into Paedophilia”

It would now appear that because many celebrities and politicians in the UK were/are involved in Paedophilia and have been for decades……….including up to Prime Minister level…….. David Cameron has been forced to widen the net to include the political sector.

I now feel that the Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, should likewise extend the Royal Commisstion into the same  area and would strongly recommend that both PM’s include looking into the Masonic Order which is extensive in both countries!!

It is clear that although the Catholic Church has been the mainstay of such abuse one must also include all christian and non christian faiths. However, one must also be cautious not to overreact with keeping the main focus on the church when it is clear that there has been a massive involvement at both political and masonic level.

The other issue we must be careful to avoid is the fact that the New World Order Cabal’s main target is to destroy religion and bring into being their own religion which is clearly based on Lucifer.

For those that are not aware of this elite group we have to understand  that the New World Order is basically run from an area called Temple in the City of London (centred on Chancery Lane off Fleet Street)  which is its legal/judiciary/financial administrative centre. This is referred too as the Crown………  not the Royal Crown but that of the Crown Templar…….they in-turn are subservient to Rome but not to the Catholic Church as we know it but to the Jesuits who abide near to the Vatican and who basically run the upper levels of the New World Order…….they worship Lucifer and carry out evil and satanic rituals with direct links to the Masonic Lodges. Many of the upper structure of Freemasons are involved in politics and also consist of members of European Royal Families, ex Ambassadors, ex Military Chiefs of Staff,  senior members of the Judiciary (including high profile Judges) and finally the  corporate sector. It is common for many of the above to be involved in paedophilia which in case you do not know also just so happens to be the most sensitive and dangerous topic to expose…….many investigators and journalist have lost their lives to this scum that plagues this planet!!

I may possibly cover who controls what and where in another article in order for you all to understand that the good old British Empire and all those countries that fell to its greed still are owned and controlled by this “Satanic Cabal” with the USA, Canada,Australia etc all being no exception to the controlling “Talons” of the current New World Order.

Let’s now look at what I sent to those Australian Political Parties and who has or who has not responded to my many articles.

Here is one of my first emails to the Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard – The Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbot and to the Greens:

Your message to the Prime Minister

Thank you for your message to the Prime Minister at www.pm.gov.au.

Below is a copy for your records.

Responses prepared to your message will generally be emailed to you. If you have supplied a postal address, a response may be sent to you via Australia Post. In some cases, your message may be forwarded to other Federal Ministers for their consideration.

This is an automatically generated email. Please do not reply to this email as this address is not monitored. If you have any problems with this service please contact the Web Administrator through the site feedback service at http://www.pm.gov.au/site-feedback
Submitted on Sun, 16 Dec 2012 16:57:49 +1100

Title: Mr
First name: Peter
Family name: Eyre
Email address: Hidden
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Country: Australia
Subject: Child abuse – Royal Commission
To whom it may concern

I have been fighting paedophilia for some considerable time and have written many articles on the subject.
It is my belief that the current investigations into child abuse is only lip service and will fall well short of an open investigation that should not have any restrictive constrains or terms.

We have truly missed an opportunity to extend this inquiry from the current worded title about child abuse and open it up to becoming a full and proper inquiry into paedophilia.

I also note that a great emphasis has been placed on the Catholic Church when in actual fact it is rife in all churches, politics up to the highest level, boys and girls clubs and institutions, care homes and in almost all sectors such as the health services, care and social workers, police, judiciary, education etc etc…….one should also add to this list the activity in Freemasonry and the many Masonic Lodges around this country and the world.

I would strongly suggest that this will turn out to be yet another “White Elephant” at vast expense to the taxpayers with what would possibly be a sort of fizzle-out conclusion thus allowing the cabal to continue on in their evil satanic ways.

We should grasp this opportunity to expose as much as possible and bring all those involved in paedophilia to trial…….that must include those in very high positions including dare I say up to political leadership level both past and current.

Currently I have republished and modified some of my past article two of which are as per the following link:



I will be publishing many other articles on this topic whilst we have such inquiries in the system so as to educate the public at large of the truth and the extent of the problem…………I sincerely hope that you will all seize this opportunity and make sure such inquiries are correctly carried out and cover all aspects  of this sordid paedophilia that is so rife.

Kind regards

Peter Eyre – Broadcaster – Investigative Journalist – Middle East Consultant – Political Analysis

17th of December 2012

End of email

The above email was sent to the Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbot as follows:

Fw: Your message to the Prime Minister

Good Afternoon Mr Abbott
Please find email below as sent to the Prime Minister and now sent to you for your perusal and comment.
Kind Regards
Peter Eyre
Broadcaster – Investigative Journalist – Middle East Consultant – Political Analysis
The replies to date are as follows:
From: Royal Commission Secretariat <royalcommissionsecretariat@pmc.gov.au>
To: Hidden
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2012 8:56 AM
Subject: RE: Ministerial Correspondence Referral from PM&C. C12/82429 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]Dear Mr Eyre,
Thank you for your email regarding the Royal Commission into Institutional Childhood Sexual Abuse in Australia.  The Prime Minister has referred your email to the Secretariat for response.
The Royal Commission is being established because of the overwhelming intensity of the stories that have come to light.  Child sexual abuse is a crime that can damage young lives and haunt adults.
The Government has asked all stakeholders, including organisations that represent survivors of child sexual abuse and people formerly in institutional care, community and legal leaders, law enforcement, governments and religious organisations to help shape the development of the Royal Commission.
All suggestions made by these organisations and concerned members of the public are currently being considered by the Government and will help inform the establishment of the Commission.  The Commission is expected to begin its public work in early 2013.
The Royal Commission is an important step in ensuring what happened in the past does not happen again and we thank you for your interest.Yours sincerely
Royal Commission SecretariatFor the latest information on the Royal Commission, you may wish to visit: childabuseroyalcommission.dpmc.gov.au/home or call 1800 099 340
If you require immediate or crisis support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14
I then responded to the above email as follows:
Dear Prime Minister
Thank you for passing on my email to the Royal Commission…….here is the link for the latest article for your perusal and for the Commissiion and the email I have sent them and copied to the Leader of the  Opposition…….and also sent them the following
To         royalcommissionsecretariat@pmc.gov.au
Please find the following link to another article written today re paedophilia:

Peter Eyre
I then received a response from the Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbot as follows:

Dear Mr Eyre

Thank you for your email following the announcement of a Royal Commission into child sex abuse.

As a community we must have zero tolerance for the sexual abuse of children. Wherever abuse has occurred it must be tackled and it must be tackled vigorously, openly and transparently.

It is clear that for a long period there was insufficient awareness and insufficient vigilance when it came to predatory behaviour by people in positions of authority over children. Many terrible things have been done, and many people have suffered deeply.

For these reasons the Coalition supports a Royal Commission to investigate the sexual abuse of children.

I believe the investigation must be wide-ranging, must consider any evidence of the abuse of children in Australia, and should not be limited to the examination of any one institution. It must include all organisations, government and non-government, where there is evidence of sexual abuse.

I take my faith seriously but as a member of parliament, my duty is to the public, not to the Church. Where the law requires mandatory reporting then that law should be observed.

It would be in the best interests of all community organisations, as well as in the best interests of victims, if every institution that’s been caught up in this, including the churches, has a full disclosure, no cover-ups rule.

My understanding of confession is that it requires repentance. Absolution could hardly be given to someone who is not prepared to atone for their sins.

Yours sincerely


To which I replied:

Dear Mr Abbott

Thank you very much for your comments re child sex abuse………your response was almost perfect to say the least.

However, I would add that the Royal Commission should be into Paedophilia and not child sex abuse as this then opens up to a much broader spectrum.

Paedophilia is rife in Australia (as it is in so many other countries) and some of my previous articles have revealed just how rife it actually is.

It is also fact that much of this satanic type activity is associated with the Masonic Lodge and accordingly I would hope that you will continue to monitor the Prime Minister and the Royal Commission into doing the right thing and not coming up with yet another “Government White Wash.”

I am sure that with the support of many “Whistle Blowers” and some of the victims of paedophilia that  we may well see some startling information come to light, as was the case with Sir Jimmy Saville in the UK…….it is therefore a good time for our politicians to keep a close eye on events and apply pressure as required.

Elections always bring out someones dirty washing and so I think 2013 will be a very good year for the public to make sure their elected  representatives do their job.

I now await your response in regard to my other article i.e. War Crimes, Depleted Uranium, Massive Fraud/Corruption here in Australia and on the issue as to who controls Australia, keeping the Crown Templar in mind etc etc…….not forgetting the fact that we are about to see the changing of the guard as far as the current New World Order (NWO) is concerned as the World’s Collateral Accounts and associated Gold Bullion are handed over to the next “Super Power” in the Far East which will have direct implications for Australia.

Perhaps you would be kind enough to pass comment on the last paragraph and that you are aware of the current fraudulent workings of the NWO, the establishment of at least 160 countries into a New Alliance of Non Aligned Members  (that will form part and parcel of that Super Power) and if you as Leader of the Opposition will seek participation with the new alliance members?

Kind Regards

Peter Eyre – 9/1/2012

Broadcaster – Investigative Journalist – Middle East Consultant – Political Analysis


In relation to the Australian  Green Party I have to say I have not received any interest whatsoever and certainly no feedback which is rather sad seeing as I once had a soft spot for this party……..oh well we all know where to place our votes at the next election!!


I would like to remind you of historical paedophilia and also that I myself many years ago became aware of possible child abuse in relation to the so called “Lost Generation” which was when the church took Aboriginal children from their parents and forces them in Christianity and obviously also became victim to these paedophiles that plague Australia. It was also fact that such places as the Clontaft Boys Home in Perth and other locations abused their position……..here are some references made by that wonderful Canadian Kevin Annett who has worked so tirelessly to expose this evil satanic practice and who also proved that over 50,000 Canadian Indian Children had gone missing……….it has been proven that once children are hired for their warped sexual practices they are never seen again…….that amounts to murder of the first degree!!

Some of his Australian research:

Customs Paedophile Ring Alleged By Simon Santow for PM – Fri Oct23 2009

A former Customs officer has told the inquiry that corruption is an issue within the service. A parliamentary inquiry has been told that a paedophile ring is probably operating within the Australian Customs Service.

Speech by Senator Andrew Murray – Immigraton and Multicultural Affairs – Australian Democrats. Made on the 19th September 2001, Western Australia:

MATTERS OF PUBLIC INTEREST: Keaney, Brother Francis Paul

Senator MURRAY (Western Australia) (1.15 p.m.) In the August 2001 Senate Community Affairs References Committee report on child migration Lost innocents: righting the record, recommendation 4 states:
That in accordance with the Statutes of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, the Commonwealth Government initiate the process for Francis Paul Keaney’s membership of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire to be cancelled and annulled.
This unanimous recommendation goes some way to `righting the record’ for all those child migrants and Australian children who suffered under Brother Keaney in Western Australian orphanages run by the Christian Brothers. The evidence damns him as a despicable and heartless monster.
The fight to vanquish evil in the church is international. In France, a bishop has recently been jailed for covering up paedophilia by another priest. In the United Kingdom, the church has supported the Nolan Review, an independent appraisal of harm done to children in the Catholic Church’s institutions. In April 2001, in the executive summary of their first report, their hope was:
… to bring about a culture of vigilance where every single adult member of the Church consciously and pro-actively takes responsibility for creating a safe environment for children and young people.
I deeply regret that the official response by the Christian Brothers to the committee’s Keaney recommendation does not contain the same sentiments. Instead, leading Christian Brother Shanahan said on Channel 10 news on 30 August that stripping Keaney of his honours was going `too far’ because:
I think we need to recognise that it’s not just black or white, but like all human beings there’s quite a mixture in the man. Surea mixture of evil, conman, sadist and deviant. Brother Shanahan’s reaction continues a long history by some of support for men like Keaney. Thankfully, others like the courageous Brother Coldrey campaign to expose these crimes and to address the uncomfortable issues so arising.

Before addressing the mixture that maketh this particular man, a brief profile of Keaney is in order. Born into a farming family in Ireland in 1888, aged 23 he emigrated to New South Wales in 1911 where he joined the police force before entering the Christian Brothers Order in 1916 at the age of 28. Apparently, it is a characteristic of people like Keaney to seek out opportunities for their deviant behaviour. Where else would he start his ecclesiastical career then but at an orphanage in South Melbourne? In 1919 he joined the staff at Clontarf Orphanage in Perth, Western Australia. In the late 1920s he inaugurated the Tardun Farm School Scheme east of Geraldton and then later served a number of terms as principal, including at Clontarf from 1936 to 1941 and at Bindoon Boys Town from 1942 to 1944 and again from 1948 until his death in 1954 at the age of 65. Keaney was physically imposing. He stood six foot three inches tall and was of powerful build with a voice to match. He intimidated fellow Christian Brothers and boys alike.
In the late 1940s, Keaney set about erecting his own monument by embarking on the near impossible task of completing five large granite buildings at Bindoon using child labour. His unpaid hungry, fearful labour force were mostly child migrant boys who were also expected to clear, fence and establish vineyards and orchards on 17,000 acres of undeveloped Western Australian farmland. To achieve his vision, he inflicted a manic and brutal regime of slave labour on the boys under his care. They were relentlessly driven from dawn to dusk in a dangerous work environment where the risk of accident was a reality. With their bare hands they cleared the land, laid the foundations and erected the most magnificent structures for Keaney and the Christian Brothers Order. Education was largely denied these boys, as was an adequate diet and protective clothing. Christian love and care was distinguished not by its presence but by its absence.

So what is the mixture that Brother Shanahan likes in Keaney? Publicly, he possessed considerable public relation skills that he put to good work in creating a mythology about himself. He had many friends and acquaintances in high places that he wined, dined and conned. There were political and business leaders, heads of government departments and high ranking militarists and church dignitaries. He was referred to as `Keaney the builder’, as `the orphans friend’, as `the mender of broken lives’ and other extravagant sobriquets. Such was the admirationif not adulationthat he was awarded an MBE and an ISO in 1954 and a statue was erected to his memory in 1957.
Privately, however, a very different man is revealed. No McLean, no Philby, no spymaster better concealed his true self. Listen to the former child migrants themselves. From submission 13:
When Brother Keaney arrived the real slavery beatings and sexual assaults became rampant.
From submission 20:
Some of the scars of Keaney’s brutality still remain with me both physically and emotionally … his actions would have warranted criminal charges had he not operated and exerted influence over the law in Western Australia.
From submission 25:
Bindoon was nothing more than a paedophile ring. Most of the Brothers were into raping and molesting the little boys, sometimes sharing their favourites with each other. They seemed to like the shy boys best.
Again, from submission 25:
We had no shoes, mixing sand and lime for the mortar. I remember the pain of lime burns on my feet and legs and if I stopped I would be flogged with …Keaney’s walking stick. We were all flogged by Keaney …
From submission 57:
We built that bloody place. We built it with our bare hands … We were slave labourers … We had no shoes. We worked in our bare feet every day. Winter and summer. We built that bloody place for them …
From submission 26:
I lost my teeth at Bindoonmy face kicked repeatedly by Brother Keaney
From submission 36: We would be …subjected to …extreme atrocious verbal abuse and very personal insults mainly from Brother Keaney. He would loudly shout to us that we were the scum of the earth and the descendants of whores …
Again, from submission 36:
Br. Keaney was a very sadistic, perverted and deviant paedophile. He abused many of the boys … in his care. Tragically, there was just no one that we victims could go to for help. Who would have believed us anyway?
From Welsh’s Bindoon file:
When one boy asked Keaney if he could be taken off the pick and shovel to learn the electrical trade, he was hit between the eyes with Keaney’s walking stick. [His] head was split open and with blood pouring from the wound, he fell to the ground. Get up, you little black shit, Keaney roared as he unleashed a barrage of savage kicks to [his] body. Get back to the pick and shovel! That’s all you’re good for … Damn you to hellfire!
And another from the Geordie Bindoon file, pages 59 to 60:
An Irish lad, who happened to be closest to Keaney in one of his rages, and for no other reason, was backhanded off the scaffold and landed 10 feet below on his back. [He] spent six weeks in Royal Perth Hospital followed by five weeks rehabilitation at Shenton Park Hospital. Forty years later [he] is on a pension due to back and neck problems.
Sadly, there were some who knew the truth but did not have the courage to blow the whistle. Even prior to Bindoon, a child welfare department official considered taking proceedings against Keaney for criminal assault on a Clontarf boy. That is in submission 95. Certainly from government records uncovered it is clear that some officials had serious reservations about Bindoon. For example, a 1948 departmental memo states:
I have never been very happy about Bindoon and if the migrant boys are to remain there … a great improvement will have to be effected.
Another in 1949:
I’m afraid that if something is not done to rectify the present position both the Department and the Bindoon authorities will leave themselves open to a charge of exploiting children.
If the boys ran away the police returned them, unbelieving of what they were told. The aura and the power of the church were too strong. The very brothers in charge of their care were often themselves the perpetrators of criminal physical and sexual assault. When a boy did pluck up enough courage to complain, he was savagely flogged for his temerity. Hard to believe? Read the report and the submissions.
So this is the private part of Keaney’s mix. The tragedy is that his crimes were hidden from the public. He got away with them, and hundreds of migrants and Australian children live a lifetime of pain as a result. A number of the leaders of the church were accomplices in this crime, but there are those who will not be a part of the cover-up. In Australia, the Christian Brothers’ official,

, Brother Dr Barry Coldrey, wrote extensively on this area throughout the 1990s. In A Secret Report, written solely
for the order’s leadership in Ireland and Rome, he states that the brothers knew of sex rings operating in their institutions and that no effective steps were taken to prevent them. Legally, they were accomplices to crimea crime in itself.
So unpopular has Coldrey’s work been that he has paid a price in the church. Although I am certain that there are very large numbers of Catholic priests who do support his cleansing work, there have also been moves to deny Coldrey any official post. Before Christmas last year he released his latest book on the Internet, called Religious Life Without Integrity. It was only a matter of months before he was ordered by superiors from Rome to withdraw it.
Another authority in this area is Richard Sipe of the United States. He retired from the Catholic priesthood with the permission of Rome in 1970 and has spent 37 years working in the area of psychology and mental health and for the Catholic priesthood with the backing of the church. In a report sent to the committee, he reveals that 30 per cent of United States’ priests have some regular, some occasional adult sexual relationships. There is nothing wrong with that, in my view. Sadly though, his long-term research results in an estimate of six per cent of priests who have and do sexually abuse children. Thankfully, the vast majority94 per centhave not and do not. There are obvious problems with transferring figures from one country to another. We do know, however, that there have been and are priest paedophiles in Australia. Currently there are 4,445 Catholic priests in Australia. Six per cent would mean a possible 267 paedophiles. One per cent would mean 44. Point one of a per cent would be four. I do not know how many there are, but there are not none.
Sipe believes that many, but not all, clerical sexual abusers cannot help their behaviour, whilst others are simply evil. Whatever the case, they and their crimes cannot and must not be protected. Mercy for them means scores of victims for society to deal with, preyed on by those whom little children trust. Keaney was evil and should be stripped of his imperial honours. He was a sadist who indulged in criminal assault and who knowingly protected rings of predatory brothers engaged in systemic long-term sexual assault on defenceless children. I do hope the government will take the committee’s unanimous recommendation to heart.
In concluding, I would like to quote from an interaction between myself and Brother Shanahan on Thursday 22 March 2001. The Senate Hansard reference is CA486-487. I said as follows to him:
The accusations are as follows: those two orders
I was referring to the Christian Brothers and the Sisters of Mercy
engaged in systemic criminal assault, which included systemic floggings with a variety of weapons and brutal and dangerous behaviour towards children which were offences against the law at the time; widespread sexual assault including rape;widespread conspiracy between individuals and organisations within the Catholic Church to conceal crimes and to persuade police, medical staff and other authorities to be accomplices to the concealment; denial of education and the rights of children; brutal and inhumane working conditions including slave labour; theft of possessions and wages; cruelty and emotional deprivation on a grand scale; aggravated breach of contract with governments who entrusted children to their care; lies and deceit to children and to children as adults and to families, including forging and uttering; and a hypocritical and continuing use of legal stratagems to avoid the moral responsibilities arising out of those times.
I said to him: You have dealt with that, to some extent, with your apology and, to some extent, with your submission. Do you accept those accusations as being an accurate reflection of the evidence of many people?
And Brother Shanahan’s response was:
I accept that those accusations have been made by people. I do not accept them in the sense of pleading guilty as charged.End of speechHere are some more media articles  from Australia that Keven extracted:

• Parole for disgraced Test umpire. AUSTRALIA: Steve Randell. Indecent to girls at Tasmanian Catholic school. – West Australian, Thur Apr 4 02 p31
• “Crimes like sex abuse by priests and acts of hypocrisy by Christians have only worsened an already suffering public image for the Churches.” PERTH: – The Record, Western Australia Roman Catholic newspaper, “I say, I say” (comment by Paul Gray), April 4 2002, p 6
• Catholic clergy not main offenders + Celibacy is a tradition of love:

• “Forced care inquiry ‘overdue’.” AUSTRALIA: Democrats Senator Andrew Murray wants an inquiry into the bad treatment of non-indigenous Australian-born children who were taken from their homes, and put into orphanages and children’s homes. It would be a follow-on from the inquiries into the stolen generations [of Aboriginal children], and the child migrants [see Parliamentary report of August 2001 atwww.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/clac_ctte/child_migrat/c04.doc]. – The West Australian, Sat April 6 2002, p 34.

• Abuse of Trust: Child Sexual Abuse and the Churches. AUSTRALIA, and WORLD: “Background Briefing” on ABC, Australian (and a bit of global) wide-ranging discussion.

  Various Churches and general

  In Australia, more than 100 clergy from the Catholic and Anglican Churches have been convicted of child sexual abuse in the past five years.

  Melbourne lawyer, David Forster, said: “You have to have firstly a Royal Commission established by the Federal government to look at the sexual abuse issue within Australia, specifically within the religious community.”

  Mr Forster has represented over 100 sexual abuse victims, both Catholic and Anglican.

  Prof. Patrick Parkinson, Professor of Law, University of Sydney, author of the book Child Sexual Abuse and the Churches, says that many priests and ministers are in a position of extraordinary power — to define what is right and what is wrong to young children.

  Prof. Parkinson said: “There was a fundamental confusion between forgiveness and trust. You could forgive somebody, that doesn’t mean you have to trust them, and in particular it doesn’t mean you have to trust them working with children. “

  Anglicans (Church of England)

  Anglican minister (dec’d) in the diocese of Bendigo 30 years ago sexually assaulted a boy, Peter O’Flaherty, then 10, for about six years. His father had complained to the minister’s superior about the abuse, but nothing was done.

  The Anglican process is haphazard: 23 dioceses with 23 different sets of procedures to deal with child sexual abuse complaints.

  The Anglican Church in Sydney was forced to introduce a better system of dealing with victims’ complaints after the 1996 Wood Royal Commission Inquiry into Paedophilia embarrassed the Church. The result was a new Church Discipline Ordinance which sped up the investigation of complaints.

  But Clare Pascoe Henderson, one of the key witnesses to the Wood Royal Commission, someone whose evidence was a catalyst for change in Sydney, is still waiting for some justice. Three years sexual relations from age 14 to 17 with her local Anglican minister had left her shattered.

  When she complained to the Church more than ten years later, she was told the Church couldn’t do anything because of its “statute of limitations”. When the Anglicans relaxed this, they did not contact her.

  The Head of the (Anglican) Professional Standards Unit, Philip Gerber, says the Church’s “ordinances are published” and there was no particular agreement to tell her!

  In Victoria (Australia) Fr Kevin O’Donnell (dec’d) was jailed for sexually abusing boys and girls aged between 8 and 14 years old from the 1940s to the 1970s, and senior Church leaders knew.

  Encompass was set up four years ago by the Catholic Church in Australia, as part of a system to deal with child sexual abuse. Dr Gerardine Taylor, the Clinical Director of an Assessment and Treatment Centre for Sex Offenders, says “Paedophilia, like all paraphilias, is not curable.”

  Fr Vincent Ryan, New South Wales, appealed to the High Court over the severity of his sentence, a minimum prison term of 11 years, for dozens of offences against boys aged from 6 to 14. He had been warned by the Church as far back as 1975 that his abuse of children must stop but his offending continued for another 15 years.

  There are separate Catholic Church procedures in Melbourne and for any complaints against priests of the Jesuit order.

  The policy of removing clergy as an ‘unacceptable risk’ has brought Australian Catholic bishops into conflict with the Vatican, which wants allegations of child sexual abuse dealt with by secret, internal Church courts.

  Fr Peter Chalk of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, masturbated in front of a 17-year-old student priest in a Victorian seminary in the mid-’70s and tried to seduce him. He went abroad and has not been charged.

– Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Background Briefing, produced by Chris Bullock, http://www.abc.net.au/rn/talks/bbing/stories/s531384.htm , Sunday April 14 2002

• Bravehearts anti-abuse group holds rallies. AUSTRALIA:: Bravehearts hold rallies in five states. — ABC news, “Children’s group disappointed in WA inaction”, Mon, Apr 15 2002
• Anger as priest faces sex counts. [2002] PERTH, W. Australia: Van Klooster supporters harm and hinder media. – West Australian Tue Apr 16 02 p14

The West Australian, Wednesday April 17 2002, p 27
• PM Howard ‘cool’ on sex abuse inquiry. AUSTRALIA: Democrats move; The West Australian, Wednesday April 17 2002, p 44

• Wesley teachers jailed [mid 1990s]. VICTORIA, Australia: Victorian husband and wife – John Alexander, Elspeth McKenzie – seduced 14-year-old Wesley College girl;The West Australian, Saturday April 20 2002, p 7.
• “The Pope’s Man.” AUSTRALIA: An article about Dr George Pell, former R.C. Archbishop of Melbourne, now one year Archbishop of Sydney; details of his opposition to embryonic stem cell research, his refusal to give communion to a group of practising homosexuals, and his claim that the clergy’s sexual misconduct is not because of the repression due to a cloistered and celibate lifestyle, but rather the sickness in a society that has lost its way. – The Weekend Australian Magazine, Luke Slattery, photography Nick Cubbin, April 20-21 2002, pp 24-27
• Church rocked by sex scandals.
 Not Good Enough. AUSTRALIA: Too many loopholes in Pope’s speech and Anglican system; suggested letter to bishops of both Anglican and Catholic Churches; revised edition issued Apr 26 02, original April 24 02
• Pope lays down sex abuse law. ROME: But repentance loophole lingers still. – The West Australian, Thur Apr 25 02, p 19
• “Make All Religions Safe.” AUSTRALIA: Petition forms, half an A4 page in size, began to be distributed as ”Leave Our Kids Alone” on 27 April 2002. No “source” was put on the forms. A small number of signatures were sent by the Faith Purification Programme (FPP) to major Churches in Western Australia in May or June 02, and four signatures on 11 Oct 02. No response was received. On January 22 2003 nine signatures were sent, and this time the Churches of Christ and the Anglican Primate were the only WA Churches to respond by Feb 20 2003. The Catholic Archbishop’s reply was dated 5 March 2003. It is not known how many signatures had been sent independently. No apparent improvement has been noted. The petition forms under the new title “Make Our Religion Safe” are being put on the WWW on Feb 20 2003, and instead of asking people to send signatures to Churches, the request will primarly ask them to send them to FPP. A motto has been added: “FOR GOOD TEACHINGS TO BE HEEDED, A BIG CLEAN-UP IS NEEDED.” New name from 20 Feb 03; first old-name distribution: Apr 27 02
• Sex abuser jailed at 69. [1986-87 Crisafio] – No religion link reported. Boy.
The West Australian, By David Darragh, p 52, Saturday, August 10, 2002
PERTH (W. Australia): AN ELDERLY man has been jailed for eight years after a jury found him guilty of sexually abusing a teenage boy who had run away from home.
In sentencing, District Court Judge Hal Jackson said yesterday that Peter Pasquale Crisafio had initiated sex acts with his 15-year-old victim on nine different occasions after the boy had run away from home and stayed with the then 53-year-old at his North Perth home.
A jury last month found Crisafio, now 69, guilty of all 24 sex charges. Crisafio was convicted of seven counts of sexual penetration of a child under 16 and 17 counts of indecent dealing.
The West Australian, Tue Apr 30 02, p 20• [Disabled woman impregnated by Lismore priest, and paid hush money.]AUSTRALIA: Lady gets silence clause and $15,000. “On Sunday, Mr McCarthy tried to deflect criticism away from individual diocesan bishops, such as retired Bishop of Lismore, the Most Rev John Satterthwaite, and his successor, the Most Rev Geoffrey Jarrett, who signed off on a confidentiality agreement last month. It prevented a physically disabled woman who had been paid $15,000 compensation from going public with her story over how she became pregnant to a priest in the Lismore diocese.” – Sydney Morning Herald, of June 11 2002,http://www.smh.com.au/text/articles/2002/06/10/1022982819880.htm , “Church fails its own sex abuse rules,” By Kelly Burke, Religious Affairs Writer, payment made May 2002. [COMMENT: Remember, the “no silencing” principle was adopted in “Towards Healing” in the year 2000! COMMENT ENDS] [List as May 2002]
• Umpire back. AUSTRALIA: Former test cricket umpire, convicted paedophile Steve Randell, 46, released from gaol, may umpire again. He had served 2 years 9 months gaol. – The West Australian, Wed May 1 02, p 14
• ABC Radio talk about R.C. priests’ problems with celibacy. AUSTRALIA: Some go visiting prostitutes, and there’s been a decade of sex-abuse charges. Books discussed Cassocks in the WildernessSex, Priests and Power, and Celibacy, a Way of Living, Loving and Serving. — Australian Broadcasting Corporation, May 3 02COST OF ABUSE HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS, and, CELIBACY DISPUTED
• [Newspaper reviews of clerical child abuse.] AUSTRALIA: Catholic cardinals get lecture from Pope John Paul II, celibacy not part of original Christianity, Anglican problems, and other information:n Australia R.C. Christian Brothers had been exposed, and in mid-1993 publicly apologised for sexual and physical abuse of migrant and other children in the 1940s to the 1960s. Australian R.C. leaders in 1996 had set up the Towards Healing protocol for dealing with offenders and victims (except in Melbourne Diocese, which has its own Independent Commission into Sexual Abuse since 1996). Brigidine Sister Angela Ryan is the executive officer of the National Committee for Professional Standards, which advises victims to tell the police. She said that in the past priests had been moved about, “but only because society did not know better.” [!!!] Perth Archbishop Barry Hickey said that there had been no complaints of current sexual abuse since 1996. From 1998 39 complaints of past abuse had been logged. Payments: 1999 $49,000, 2000 $110,000, 2001 $335,000, 2002 $220,500 so far. Of 15 payments made, nine were for events in Christian Brothers’ institutions up to 51 years ago. Norman Aisbett.

  ”Anglicans’ sexual abuse inquiry stalled” p 2: Anglican Brisbane Archbishop Phillip Aspinall says he’s unable to start the Church inquiry into sexual abuse complaints, because none of the eminent people approached had been able to take on leading it, but he remained optimistic. He’s made no headway with his call to Canberra for a royal commission to deal with such issues as mandatory reporting.

  ”Celibacy put in the spotlight” p 2: It was alleged that the R.C. Church had become a magnet for homosexuals, because of celibacy. Catholic auxiliary bishop in Sydney, Geoffrey Robinson, chairman of the R.C. national professional standards committee, says it is by no means the total cause. He cited the NSW Wood royal commission on paedophilia estimates that 46 per cent of all child abuse occurred in families, 44% of offenders gained access to children through families or friends, and 5% involved people such as teachers, babysitters and clergymen. Some comments were made on sexual maturity. Sr Angela Ryan says a national conference in July will examine all aspects of priestly “formation,” or development. Perth Archbishop Hickey said the entrants to the Guildford seminary tended to be in their 20s these days. Norman Aisbett.

  ”In the heart of darkness” p 3: Associate Professor (University of NSW) and psychiatrist Carolyn Quadrio has interviewed hundreds of victims of sexual abuse. In a very short time she interviewed 32 male victims of the Christian Brothers, and since then had seen a couple of hundred who were abused as children in places like Bindoon and Clontarf. About 15 years ago she had started moves to reform the psychiatry profession, which itself had sexual abusers in its ranks. “The battering the church is taking at the moment knocks people’s belief systems,” the professor says. “If people don’t have belief systems they get very distressed and confused and even depressed. … there’s still tremendous denial in the community about the extent of child abuse.” Derek Pedley.

  ”Celibacy a singular problem” p 4: Home is the most dangerous place to be, as far as the possibility of sexual abuse. However, is celibacy in the Catholic priesthood, given its problems and perils, worth it? Well, it was not considered so for more than half that Church’s existence. The narrow culture which is associated with a celibate male priestly caste can result in cover-ups and a refusal to accept that something is wrong, and a fearful clinging to power and authority instead. The remedy could be that Rome made celibacy optional and ordain women as well as men. The celibacy requirement was probably driving heterosexual men away while drawing in men unable to accept their sexuality. The relentless commercialisation of sex and the promotion of a culture where very little is sacred any more makes a dangerously superficial society. In such a world the promotion of core values which undergird the integrity of all — men, women and children — is increasingly difficult. Gavin Simpsongavin.simpson@wanews.com.au

!!!: Supplying pornography from prison! [2000s] AUSTRALIA: (Presbyterian) Martin Francis Dodge, 38, former worker with a Presbyterian church, a prisoner for child-sex offences (three boys aged 7 to 12), has pleaded guilty to charges of possessing and supplying pornography while in gaol. – The West Australian, “Paedophile may go free,” By Steve Butler, Thur May 9 2002, p 38

The offences were committed between May 1986 and January 1987.
Crisafio was made eligible for parole and his sentence was back�dated to July 18 when he went into custody.
• “Paedophile priest seeks new trial.” [? 2000s] – New Apostolic Church. Girls.
PERTH, W. Australia: Lloyd Luciano Sampson, 49, of Merriwa, has appealed seeking a new trial after three juries had convicted him on five charges of sexual penetration and three of indecent dealing against three young sisters. A married father of two who worked as a mechanic, he was dismissed by the Church at Koondoola after he was charged. Decision reserved. – The West Australian, By Sean Cowan, Sat May 11 02, p 52
• “Paedophile kept in jail for sex text” [?2000s] – Presbyterian. Boys.
PERTH, W. Australia: Three years gaol without parole was imposed on Martin Francis Dodge, 38, former worker with a Presbyterian church, for using child sex literature to arouse himself while masturbating in a W.A. gaol. He had been due to be released from Bunbury gaol next Tuesday after serving 12 1/2 years for sex acts against three boys aged between seven and 12. The court was told he had been raped when he was five. – The West Australian, By Steve Butler, Sat May 11 02, p 56
• “At the crossroads.” PERTH: (Roman Catholic) Attendance at Sunday Mass has been crumbling since the 1960s, about half a million stopped going in the 15 years after the Second Vatican Council in 1965, Fundamentalist Churches are sprouting. In the U.S. Fr John Geoghan molested or raped more than 130 children during a “three-decade spree through half a dozen parishes in greater Boston.” The hierarchy knew since 1980, when he made a written statement that his abuse of seven boys in one extended family was not a serious problem. The crisis in Catholicism has been linked by some to celibacy. Perth Archbishop Barry Hickey and Vicar-General Tim Corcoran were quoted. At the Guildford seminary there were 19 candidates for the priesthood. Sydney Archbishop George Pell said that the clerical sex-abuse problem was shameful and lessened the Church’s moral authority in society. But in the past the leaders had not understood psycho-sexual development. The main criterion now is public safety. – The Sunday Times, Perth, Sun May 12 02, pp 39 and 42
• “Search aid ‘too low’.” AUSTRALIA: Child migrants get $1m travel assistance in race against time; Australian Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs Minister Gary Hardgrave announced measures including $1m in travel assistance and a $100,000 contribution towards State-initiated memorials for former child migrants. Norman Johnston, the W.A. president of the International Association of Former Child Migrants and their Families, welcomed the moves, but said the $125,000 a year for the Child Migrant Trust was woefully inadequate. – The West Australian, Tue May 14 02, p 24.
“School employee on sex abuse charges” (Anglican). BRISBANE (Qld) Australia:Police have charged a former employee of Brisbane’s exclusive Anglican Church Grammar School with sexual abuse. At least two other sex abuse cases are pending against the school with claims of more than $3m. Former archbishop Dr Peter Hollingworth, now Governor-General, has agreed to co-operate with the forthcoming Brisbane diocesan inquiry. – The Weekend Australian, May 18-19 02, p 3.
“Paedophile priests stay in Church.” AUSTRALIA: The Catholic Church in Australia is not taking action to expel paedophile clerics despite an edict from the Pope that those who harm children have no place in religious life. – Sun Herald,www.smh.com.au Cost – $1.10 (426 words), 26 May 2002
• “New flak for Hollingworth;” AUSTRALIA: Former Anglican archbishop, Governor-General Hollingworth’s PR advisor (recommended by his daughter) was paid $250 an hour, i.e., $13,517 for three weeks during the furore over a sex abuse row. The West Australian, Tue May 28 02, p 5“60 MINUTES LOOMING:” SYDNEY’S DR PELL SWEARS THAT SILENCING A VICTIM OR COVERING UP ALLEGATIONS UNFOUNDED, UNTRUE, AND AN ANATHEMA TO HIM (keep reading and reading!)
• Sydney’s Catholic Archbishop Pell swears out Statutory Declaration denying he offered money or goods to David Ridsdale. SYDNEY (NSW) Australia: He was commenting on Mr Ridsdale’s statements to “60 Minutes”, which was going to air on June 2. “The allegation that I attempted to silence a victim or cover up allegations is unfounded and untrue and is an anathema to me.” Statutory declaration by Dr Pell is in PDF (Acrobat) format athttp://www.sydney.catholic.org.au/pdf/Statdec.pdf , dated May 30 02CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP PELL DENIES HE ATTEMPTED TO SILENCE A SEX-ABUSE VICTIM, TRIES TO STOP HIS TV INTERVIEW GOING TO AIR (please keep reading!)
• “Pell denies sex cover-up report.” SYDNEY (NSW) Australia: Sydney’s Catholic Archbishop George Pell brandished a statutory declaration and foreshadowed legal action over allegations that he had attempted to silence a sex-abuse victim by “buying him off.” Dr Pell said that it was “anathema” to him. He lambasted Channel 9′s “60 Minutes” programme which plans to telecast the allegations on Sunday. – The West Australian, Fri May 31 02, p 33End of abuse articles

As one can see from these reports paedophilia has been rife in Australia for decades and you may also note that despite many comments made in Parliament over a long period of time and despite other inquires taking place the problem continues to accelerate out of control.

One must also note the references made in some of the above to Jesuits……….I have discussed the Jesuits as being the true power behind the New World Order and have long been associated with their worship of Lucifer and in carrying out satanic rituals………as is the case with the upper crust of the Masonic Lodges scattered around the world.

It is also interesting to note that the respective ex Australian Prime Minister did little to stop the paedophilia that existed back in the lost generation days and up to the current time.

Part 2 will give more details on the scope of the existing Royal Commission but I have to say that based on past records we are not likely to see an end to this far reaching problem…………as I said to our Current PM and Leader of the Opposition the inquiry needs to be into Paeodophilia across the board…….this also means delving into the Masonic Lodges and looking further up the chain to see if it also involves the political and judiciary sectors as it does in the United Kingdom.

We now understand that David Cameron has  been forced to follow up connections with Politicians and many  members of the House of Lords after Lord McAlpine and others were named and shamed…………I feel as a precautionary measure there should be no restrictions on the Australian Royal Commission otherwise we will again see another “Whitewash” and waste of tax payers money in Australia!!!

I must apologise for the rather complex reports above but It would be wrong for me to alter or reduce all the hard work carried out by Keven Annett…….remember this is only some of the Australian articles and believe me it goes much deeper.

In closing I would  urge anyone who has had their lives changed forever by these mongrels to come forward and take this last opportunity to blow the lid off Paedophilia in Australia. Likewise anyone with credible evidence or information should also do the right think and make the appropriate report.

I would be more than happy to  receive such evidence/information. should you feel so inclined, and  can assure you that it will get to those at the top and to the members of the Royal Commission.

Peter Eyre -25/1/2013

Broadcaster – Investigative Journalist – Middle East Consultant – Political Analysis

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