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Adherents on Wikispooks

Carlos Cardoen1 May 1942
Altiyan Childs10 June 1975
Stephen Crabb20 January 1973British Conservative politician. Parliamentary Chairman of Conservative Friends of Israel. Member of the intelligence service front group Henry Jackson Society.
Daniel Hannan1 September 1971Conservative Party MEP
Harriet Harman30 July 1950UK Labour politician given the task of "reforming" the Welfare State.
Nick Herbert7 April 1963
Ivan Illich4 September 19262 December 2002Not particularly celebrated during his lifetime, Illich was one of the most original thinkers of the 20th century, perhaps of all time.
Clarence Kelley24 October 19115 August 1997
Martin Luther King15 January 19294 April 1968Martin Luther King was a pastor and political activist whose moral stance in the US in the 1960s posed a serious challenge to the institutionalised corruption at the heart of the US establishment. Now feted by the US government, although the US legal process conceded in 1999 that he was assassinated by the same government.
George Lansbury21 February 18597 May 1940
Kenneth Lay15 April 19425 July 2006
MLK15 January 19294 April 1968Martin Luther King was a pastor and political activist whose moral stance in the US in the 1960s posed a serious challenge to the US deep state. Now feted by the US government, although the US legal process conceded in 1999 that he was assassinated by the same government.
Paul McNulty21 January 1958
Henri de Monpezat11 June 193413 February 2018Prince Consort of Denmark. Attended Bilderberg/1969.
Nicky Morgan1 October 1972UK politician on the House of Lords/COVID-19 Committee
James Perloff1951
Lars Løkke Rasmussen15 May 1964Danish politician with a WEF AGM habit
Noloyiso Sandile24 July 19638 July 2020Sister of King Goodwill Zwelithini, who also reportedly died of COVID-19.
Poul Schlüter3 April 1929
Inger Støjberg16 March 1973Former Danish immigration minister, jailed for order she gave to separate underage couples
Helle Thorning-Schmidt14 December 1966Wife of Labour MP for Aberavon, Stephen Kinnock
Chuka Umunna17 October 1978UK Labour politician, then Edelman and JPMorgan Chase .
Jürgen Warnke20 March 193227 April 2013A German lawyer and politician who attended Le Cercle.


Related Quotations

George Carlin“Here's my problem with the Ten Commandments: why are there ten? Why are there ten? You don't need ten. I believe the list of ten commandments was artificially and deliberately inflated to get it up to ten. Here's what happened:

About 5,000 years ago a bunch of religious and political hustlers got together to try to figure out how to control people, how to keep them in line. They knew people were basically stupid and would believe anything they were told, so they announced that God had given them some commandments, up on a mountain, when no one was around... God had given them the Ten Commandments.

Well let me ask you this- when they were making this shit up, why did they pick ten? Why not nine, or eleven? I'll tell you why- because ten sounds official. Ten sounds important! Ten is the basis for the decimal system, it's a decade, it's a psychologically satisfying number, the top ten, the ten most wanted, the ten best dressed. So having ten commandments was really a marketing decision. And it's clearly a bullshit list. It's a political document, artificially inflated to sell better.”
George Carlin
Jimmy Carter“"Yes the incident of Jimmy Carter crying after being briefed about classified information regarding UFO's is largely believed to be true by the serious researchers on the subject. As a forewarning, the following information is very unsettling and will explain why Cater never "kept his promise" of revealing classified UFO information to the public.

According to the story that was corroborated by more than once witness, U.S. presidents are only given a cursory overview of the subject. Apparently, the CIA runs the program, only provide information to the President on a need to know basis, and do no consider presidential curiosity as sufficient need to know. This was implemented after Kennedy, and all presidents after him have been given only summary briefings (some presidents for unknown reasons were given more than others).

Okay onto your question, President Carter is a deeply religious man who had also witnessed a UFO with 6 other people. Everyone thought that he would be the one to finally release UFO info to the public but as the story goes, he was repeatedly stonewalled. Eventually, the CIA had "the talk" with him, and afterward it was reported that he sunk his head in his hands and not only began to deeply sob, but was visibly disturbed for some weeks afterward.

What was he told and shown?

He was told that major religions including Christianity were programs created by extraterrestrials to prevent us from destroying ourselves while they ran their experiments on us -- and that they made us. At this moment is became clear to Carter that such information could cause tremendous economic and social upheaval. I should add that I am not only a Christian, but a clergyman, so I am in no way attempting to promote atheism here. In fact, how God fits into this might be an interesting separate post. Nevertheless, these are the facts as I know them to be."”
Jimmy Carter
Ed Harris
Satanism“I do believe that what you refer to as power networks, otherwise known as secret societies, are occult in nature. The symbolism can be seen everywhere, if you choose not to maneuver your way through the world deaf, dumb and blind. And I believe that it has been that way for a very long time. As for them being Satanic, I suppose it depends upon how you define Satanic. I personally don’t believe the teachings of either Satanism or Christianity, which are really just opposite sides of the same coin. I don’t believe that there is a God or a devil, and I don’t believe that those on the upper rungs of the ladder on either side believe so either. These are belief systems that are used to manipulate the minds of impressionable followers. In the case of Satanism, it is, to me, a way to covertly sell a fascist mindset, which is the direction the country, and the rest of the world, is moving. Those embracing the teachings think they are rebelling against the system, but they are in reality reinforcing it. Just as the hippies did. And just as so-called Patriots and Anarchists are. I don’t believe there has been a legitimate resistance movement in this country for a very long time.”David McGowan28 March 2014
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