Tuesday 11 August 2020


Philip Witcomb.

Philip Witcomb, as a Colombian child, was adopted by Patrick Witcomb, a British MI6 agent in Bogotá.

Philip Witcomb's adoptive father Patrick Witcomb regularly took him, as a young boy, to visit Pablo Escobar in Medellin.

Philip says - "It suited the American and ­British intelligence services to have the one kingpin in the drug ­business as ­someone they could monitor and, to a degree, control."

Inside the life of Pablo Escobar's first-born son 

Young Philip with his father Patrick and his mother Joan.

Pablo Escobar is the real father of Philip Witcomb.

Philip Witcomb is Roberto Sendoya Escobar

Philip Witcomb (left) with his father Patrick in Spain.

Philip Witcomb was born after a 'non-consensual' encounter between his father Pablo Escobar, then aged 16, and Maria Luisa Sendoya, who was aged 14.

Philip Witcomb from an early age had flashbacks of the murder of his mother in a shootout.

Philip Witcomb says - "What were the images I had in my head about a woman in a red dress and all these noises?"

"They were just flash images I had from early childhood. I didn't really know what they were, they were nightmares."

Patrick Witcomb rescued Philip Witcomb from the shootout.

When aged 24, Patrick Witcomb discovered that his true father was Pablo Escobar, an associate of Patrick Witcomb.


"Throughout the 19th century, British families Matheson, Keswick, Swire, Dent, Inchcape and Baring, and the Jewish families of the Sassoons and Rothschilds controlled China’s drug traffic."

Precursor To The Global Crime Syndicate: The 19th-Century - winterwatch.net 

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At 11 August 2020 at 11:50 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

BBC child masquerading as a ‘reporter’ tells adults (who she thinks are children like her) how to stay cool in a face mask


At 11 August 2020 at 13:48 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have trouble believing this story. Pablo was 24 at the time his son was taken by m15. Would Pablo be a person of interest to the UK at that age. Would an agent be in Colombia in the 60s. It doesn't add up to me but nothing does these strange days. Love to Aang.

At 12 August 2020 at 01:47 , Blogger Susie said...

Laughing at the BBC exposing everyone / thing but themselves.


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