Tuesday, 9 December 2014


Elements of the US government 'planned to assassinate Margaret Thatcher'.

FBI agent 'gave secrets to IRA as it plotted to kill Thatcher'. / FBI passed secrets to IRA in Thatcher murder plot, files reveal

One assumes that those US government people who wanted Thatcher dead were working in league with those elements of the UK security services who controlled the IRA.

The USA wanted a United Ireland, within NATO, and with US military bases.

Thatcher wanted to keep Northern Ireland.

Thatcher survived the 1984 bomb at the Grand Hotel Brighton

Files released to The Guardian, after a freedom of information request, show that the FBI investigated plots to murder Thatcher during visits to the USA.

One "trusted source" told the FBI that a "female, secretary type" in the FBI's New York bureau was giving the IRA "access to computers, name checks and ID".

William Sessions

William Sessions, then the FBI director, ordered that all material relating to the plot against Thatcher must be restricted to two top officials.

In February 1981, an 'FBI source' overheard two men discussing a 'hit' during a visit to the USA by Thatcher.

The two men, with 'English or Irish accents', were holding their discussion in the cocktail lounge of the Boar’s Head restaurant in Falls Church, Virginia.

The FBI knew that 'three known IRA terrorists' were in the area.

Suspects were identified, but their names were redacted in the files released on 9 December 2014.

2004 - Thatcher checks that Reagan is dead.

Thatcher's 1981 visit to New York and Washington, where she was to collect an honorary degree from Georgetown University, passed without incident. 

Georgetown University is associated with the CIA.

By March 1981, the case was declared closed.

Mountbatten, killed by a bomb in 1979.

In an interview with The Guardian on 9 January 1984, former UK government minister Enoch Powell claimed that the Americans murdered Lord Mountbatten and Margaret Thatcher's friend Airey Neave.

Powell claimed the evidence came from a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary with whom he had a conversation. 

(Simon Heffer, Like the Roman: The Life of Enoch Powell, 1999, p. 881.)

Lord Mountbatten was rumoured to have been a visitor to Northern Ireland's Kincora children's home which "was run as a virtual gay brothel by loyalist leaders and MI5."

(Lord Mountbatten linked to Kincora child - united kingdom)(aangirfan: Child abuse at the Kincora boys' home)

12 October 1984 bomb - Grand Hotel Brighton

In the USA, in November 1982, five men were acquitted of smuggling arms to the IRA after they revealed that the CIA had approved the shipment.[98]

On 12 October 1984, a bomb went off at the Grand Hotel in Brighton, England.

The bomb, planted by Patrick Magee, a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), was intended to kill Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet, who were staying at the hotel for the Conservative Party conference.


  1. There is nothing to connect the Neave and Mountbatten assassinations (not even officially), and to suggest that the CIA was behind them is rather like suggesting that the British security services were behind the Kennedy assassination. Where is the evidence?

    1. If you read this blog you will know that the UK security services have lots of connections to the Kennedy assassination. http://aangirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/mysterious-stephen-ward.html

  2. The twelfth of October. Crowley's birthday. The date of the false flag attack (Wayne Madsen has written that FBI divers were prevented from searching the area of the incident) on the USS Cole in the year 2000 that killed 17 sailors. The date of the false flag Bali terror attacks in 2002 that killed 200 people after an apparent small nuclear device augmented the work of the jihadist patsies.with their homemade car bomb.
    On the other hand it is hard to see how killing Thatcher would have benefited Irish Republicanism as it would blacken their name and cause even Thatcher's political enemies to despise them. As far as Mountbatten goes, I need to track down the source, but my understanding is that Mountbatten had done numerous dubious things (as your article underlines) and made some disastrous decisions and that the IRA (or whoever) operation was allowed to happen because Mountbatten's enemies in British intelligence saw him as a liability and there was some type of 'stand down" that allowed him to be killed. As I said I need to track down the source so that's only a rumour.

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  3. Jeb Bush and the Murder of CIA Drug Smuggler Barry Seal in 1986


  4. [quote]There is nothing to connect the Neave and Mountbatten assassinations (not even officially),[/quote]

    It has been claimed that both Mountbatten and Neave had plotted against the Wilson government. Mountbatten was allegedly going to lead a coup against Wilson in the late 60s. Neave was allegedly involved in the Clockwork Orange propaganda campaign against Wilson http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/4789060.stm

    1. You are suggesting that Harold Wilson was behind both assassinations? That seems far-fetched to me.
      Re: Mountbatten. The CIA made an assessment of UK security risks back in the 1950s and he came top of the list. However, the timing of the assassination (August 1979) suggests a possible link to the imminent exposure of Anthony Blunt in Parliament (October 1979) - recall that Blunt was exposed by MI5/MI6 over 15 years earlier but his connection to Mountbatten at that time protected him from public exposure.
      Re: Neave. Read his final publication, "Nuremberg" (1978), then consider that the subsequent publication of "The Murder of Rudolf Hess" by Hugh Thomas coincided with his assassination one year later.