Wednesday 24 September 2014


I meet C at Les Garcons Gais restaurant in London.

C is better known as Sir Kim Blunt, the boss of MI6.

"No bodyguards?" I ask.

"No, this restaurant is quite safe. All the staff here work for us," explains C. "And in any case I am merely the frontman for our organisation."

C orders freshly slaughtered kid from North Wales and I order LĀ“assiette de porc de Kincora.

C explains that he was recruited to MI6 while at university and that he was later picked by a certain Jewish Foreign Secretary to become head of MI6.

Benjamin Britten worked for the spooks. aangirfan: BENJAMIN BRITTEN

Princess Diana's death is the first topic I raise.

"You'll need to ask the SAS about Diana," says C.

I inquire about the possibility of Diana knowing too much about a powerful pedophile ring.

"Questions about the security services running the top pedophile rings in countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands, Thailand, Morocco and the United States will have to be addressed to officials in those countries. And questions about the UK can be addressed to 2 Palace Green."

Nabokov worked for the spooks: Nabokov, Lolita and Pale Fire.

I ask about the fake intelligence on weapons of mass destruction, which led to the invasion of Iraq.

"Saddam, whom we put into power, did wonders for ours arms trade", says C. "Now, who can complain about that?

"But," continues C, "it was eventually felt that a full scale invasion of Iraq would make an awful lot of money for all the military contractors. You know, war is necessary for our economic survival."

"More recently," continues C, "there's been a tremendous increase in military spending. In 2012, the world spent some $1,700bn on the military - it all looks pretty brilliant."


I remind C that in 2013 he warned about the threat of a Yes vote on Scottish independence. 

C grins. "That is really MI5's area of responsibility. It was their job to take care of that."

Bertrand Russell of the CIA.

Which is C.s' ideal country?" I ask.

"England, of course," says C. "We took a trip to Costa Rica last year. It has no army and is ranked as the happiest country in the world. I hated it.

"England," continues C, "has everything I like - food banks, drugs, porn, homelessness, wars and houses worth tens of millions."

A A Milne worked for the spooks.

When the coffee arrives, C turns to the question of recruitment to MI6.

"We are always looking for recruits," says C. "People who like child brothels in Pattaya and snuff videos. People who empathise with Hitler and Churchill. People who enjoy a bit of Satanism. People who are happy to betray their country in order to keep the rich elite in power."

What motivates C?

"Spying," he says, "is a great game."

"Mary Pinchot Meyer must have had a lot of fun," he continues. "She used sex and LSD to brainwash J F Kennedy, and get him to support a 'one world government'. Philby must have had a lot of fun, kidding people on that he worked for MI6 or the KGB. Whereas he was really working for Rothschild."

I point out that Mary Pinchot Meyer was shot dead.

"Gun accident?" comments C.

ALEISTER CROWLEY, who with Ian Fleming and Roald Dahl, worked for the UK security services. Richard B. Spence writes in his 2008 book Secret Agent 666: Aleister Crowley, British Intelligence and the Occult that Crowley was most likely a lifelong agent for British Intelligence.

Who are C.'s heroes?

"Roald Dahl is typical of MI6," relates C.

Gene Wilder's 1971 portrayal of Roald Dahl's master chocolatier Willy Wonka. (The Spellout.)

"Most of Dahl's books," says C "preach that sin and disobedience are desirable, and the Devil will lead us to enlightenment and freedom." 


I point out that in one of Dahl's books, The Minpins, Little Billy follows the Devil's advice to enter the Forest of Sin and is handsomely rewarded with a magical and life-changing adventure.


Theo Dahl, Lucy Dahl, Ophelia Dahl (

"Great chap," comments C. "I am a fan of the Child Catcher in Ian Fleming's Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The Child Catcher was created by Roald Dahl, acting as the film's screenwriter. The Childcatcher kidnaps and kills children. In Roald Dahl's novel, The Witches, the witches are able to smell out children to murder them."

"In Dahl's The BFG", continues C, "a 24-foot dirty old man creeps down the streets late at night, when all the grown-ups are asleep, peering in through little children's windows." 

The BFG: a wonderful innocent fairy-story with no overtones of paedophilia

I point out that Marilyn Manson's favorite authors include Anton LaVey, Aliester Crowley, and Roald Dahl.

As we leave the restaurant we pass an incoming group that includes Jonathan Pollard, James Savile and Yuri Geller.



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At 24 September 2014 at 01:35 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 24 September 2014 at 05:50 , Anonymous SiddharthK said...

Roald Dahl and his friends were the ones who after learning psychological warfare techniques from Nazi population profiling projects employed it on unsuspecting Americans to engage them in support of WWII for Churchill. They later invested the Ogilvy Empire wealth looted from India into floating a range of PR firms. Those were the ones that manipulated the 2014 Indian General Elections...

At 24 September 2014 at 07:14 , Blogger Charles Edward Frith said...

Most amusing.

At 24 September 2014 at 08:02 , Blogger Tess said...

Everything makes sense except the Iluminati Kennedy connection, if you read this article here, hmm

The Assassination of John F. Kennedy and the Federal Reserve Bank
by Wes Penre, Nov 22, 2003

At 25 September 2014 at 08:07 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this a fantasy lunch?


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