Saturday 5 December 2015


"What does Norman Lamont know about the suicide of Jocelyn Cadbury MP, his former Parliamentary Private Secretary, less than a month after Elm Guest House was raided?"

Elm Guest House was a boy brothel in London, frequented by Members of Parliament and others.

Jocelyn Cadbury was the son of Laurence Cadbury, the boss of the Cadbury chocolate firm.

In 1981, Jocelyn Cadbury was appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister of State for Industry, Norman Lamont.[2]

Former Conservative Member of the UK Parliament Norman Lamont was head of the secretive right-wing group known as Le Cercle.


In 1993, the comedian Julian Clary, at the British Comedy Awards, made a rude joke about the then UK Finance Minister Norman Lamont.

Clary joked that he had just been fisting (a sexual activity) Norman Lamont.

In the summer of 1982, Jocelyn Cadbury was found shot dead in the garden of his parents' home in Birmingham. 

Jocelyn, a bachelor, was aged 36 when he died.

Friends said he had been cheerful and in good spirits, just prior to his death.

Jocelyn's father Laurence Cadbury also died in 1982.

Laurence Cadbury has been linked to the Knights of Malta

Jocelyn's brother died in a motorcycle accident in 1950 and his sister died in an air crash.

Heir to candy bar fortune dies.


In 2010 Cadbury was taken over by the US food giant Kraft Foods (now Mondelēz.)

At the start of the 19th Century, the Cadbury family, who were Quakers, had a draper's shop in Birmingham.

The Cadburys decided to become manufacturers of chocolate.

At that time, Quakers were barred from the major universities and as pacifists, they stayed clear of the military, until the outbeak of World War I.

During World War I, Laurence Cadbury worked with the Friends' Ambulance Unit (FAU), a volunteer corps of Quakers

Bertie Cadbury served on a minesweeper, became a pioneer pilot and was involved in downing two Zeppelins.

Cadbury brothers.

David Cameron in 1994 when he was adviser to Chancellor Norman Lamont.

Norman Lamont became Minister for Defence Procurement just in time to sign the Al-Yamamah arms deal ‎and he was Chancellor of the Exchequer when Black Wednesday transferred around £3B from UK taxpayers to currency traders.

Norman Lamont - Wikispooks.

Petronella Wyatt (centre), aged 18, on holiday in Italy with, from left, father Woodrow Wyatt, mother Verushka Wyatt, Rosemary Lamont, and her then husband Norman Lamont, the former Tory government minister.

Before entering Parliament Norman Lamont worked for N M Rothschild & Sons, the investment bank, and became director of Rothschild Asset Management.[2]

Norman Lamont has been one of the bosses of Le Cercle.

Cercle co-founder, Otto von Habsburg, ultraright newsman Maurice Brebart, David Rockefeller, and Baron Benoit de Bonvoisin. All were Cercle visitors. De Bonvoisin has been accused of financing underground terrorist Nazi militias on behalf of the CIA's stay-behind GLADIO operations. He's also been accused by roughly five different witnesses of running extremely sadistic child abuse networks.

Lamont "rented a basement apartment to high-class prostitute and dominatrix Lindi St Clair, who serviced members of parliament and other government officials."


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At 5 December 2015 at 05:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great post once again...just to add the girl pictured eating the flake chocolate is Rachel Brown who was famously spiked with Ectasy at a London party and ended up in a Mental Hospital for a bit..coincidence??

At 5 December 2015 at 22:35 , Blogger Charles Edward Frith said...

The Illuminati bloodlines sometimes call themselves the Circle or the Network. This is documented by their victims.

At 16 July 2016 at 13:28 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You name Jocelyn 'Josh' Cadbury as connected to Elms guest house. I am in shock as a very close relative was good friends with Cadbury. This close relative abused his own children so now I am in bits as to who else he could have sexually abused whilst mixing with Jocelyn Cadbury...


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