Wednesday 10 December 2014


John Micklethwait (above), who has been top editor at The Economist, is to become top editor at Bloomberg.

Micklethwait has attended Bilderberg.

Other Brits who have taken over in the USA are:

Mark Thompson, formerly of the BBC, is now the New York Times chief executive.

Gerard Baker, formerly of the BBC, is editor in chief of the Wall Street Journal.

Will Lewis, formerly of the Daily Telegraph, is chief executive of Dow Jones.

Deborah Turness, formerly of ITV news, is president of NBC News.


The Economist has been suffering from a decline in print circulation and in advertising.

This is not surprising, considering that The Economist has failed to tell us the truth about:

ISIS, the Ukraine, child abuse rings and most other topics linked to the western security services.

The Economist supported the Iraq war.

The USA is losing support?

John Micklethwait recently wrote:

Leaders: The West's malaise | The Economist

1. The levels of unpopularity and disengagement in the West have now risen to staggering levels.

Since 2004 a clear majority of Americans have told Gallup that they are dissatisfied with the way they are governed, with the numbers of those fed-up several times climbing above 80%.

(Higher than during Watergate).

2. Britain's Conservative Party, one of the West's most successful political machines, had 3m members in the 1950s; it will fight the election in May with fewer than 200,000.


3. In 2015 François Hollande may well break his own record for French presidential unpopularity, with his 13% approval rating descending into single digits...

4. Western governments have added over $13 trillion of debt since the credit crunch and ... many are running out of money.

Micklethwait fails to mention that most journalists are also unpopular.


John Micklethwait is related to the Duke of Norfolk.

John Micklethwait's wife, Fevronia Read, is half-Lebanese.

Micklethwait was educated at Ampleforth (a spooky Catholic boarding school) and at Magdalen College, Oxford).

Ampleforth is linked to Harry Potter. Hogwarts is based on Ampleforth and filming of Harry Potter took place at Ampleforth.

Ampleforth's old boys include a number of spooky people:

Colonel Sir David Stirling (1915–1990), founder of the SAS
Andrew Bertie (born 1929), first British Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller (Freemason)
• Andrew Knight (born 1939), journalist, editor, and media magnate
Captain Robert Nairac (1948–1977), George Cross, intelligence officer.

The following went to Stonyhurst

• Frank Foley, British army offcier and secret agent.
• Mark Thompson, New York Times
General Vernon A. Walters, General US Army; Deputy Director of the CIA.
• Rupert Allason


Spooks are usually connected to child sexual abuse and mind control.

Ampleforth school faces series of lawsuits over sexual abuse ...

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At 10 December 2014 at 18:19 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be sure to get yourself a copy of Wayne Madsen’s special report on the slimier aspects of governmental interest in torture

At 11 December 2014 at 04:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please checkout
The CIA and The Process of Mind Rot — Then and Now

By Michael Hoffman

At 11 December 2014 at 14:09 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Weird Mark Thompson story which should never be forgotten:

At 11 December 2014 at 17:18 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are wrong. Mark Thompson did not attend Ampleforth. What else is erroneous here?

At 11 December 2014 at 23:19 , Blogger Anon said...

You are correct. I have altered the text.

At 12 December 2014 at 04:48 , Blogger Newspaceman said...

Not trying to nit-pick but Hogwarts is, according to some, based on George Heriots School in Edinburgh , beside Greyfriars (of Bobby fame) Kirk. Potter fans travel to Greyfriars as they believe that Rowling "stole" one of the names on the graveyard as her character Voldemort. George Heriot was a philanthropist, and a royal goldsmith in terms of James 6th and 1st court. There's a public house called Jinglin Geordies, named after his nickname, it was the venue for Oasis' Liam Gallacher to announce that Edinburgh was "f***ing Biblical". I know you don't wear the Bible/Edinburgh/Comnys Beaumont/ UK = Atlantis stuff, but some (I hope) find it interesting. I often imagine that somehow, places like Greyfriars have legends attached in order to bring visitors and somehow enhance energies, perhaps in a magick way. Crowley and the Loch Ness Monster spring to mind too, as do the Donald Trump masks which were atttached to the Greyfriars Bobby statue, and other prominent Scottish locations on the autumn equinox when light = dark. Anyway, as I said, not trying to nitpik, it could well be Ampleforth, I don't think Rowling has ever advised..


At 12 December 2014 at 09:54 , Blogger Anon said...

Many thanks for the info.

- Aangirfan

At 11 May 2017 at 04:14 , Anonymous Anonymous said...
Abuse accused monk eligible for extradition from Australia-Father Denis Chrysostom Alexander-the claims relating to the Fort Augustus Abbey school.


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