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COVID-19: Where was it born: China, the United States or Ukania? (From Her Majesty’s bottomless purse: part 3)

Continued from: COVID-19: Where was it born: China, the United States or Ukania? (From Her Majesty’s bottomless purse: part 2)

By Outsider

In such a climate of secrecy all wild hypotheses are possible. Imagine a coronavirus specially constructed to lie dormant in a person’s body until it is triggered by right radio frequency. Imagine nano technical devices which can hide inside a vaccine and be triggered by wireless transmissions passing through one’s body. Imagine 5G technology which, on command from Cobbett Hill Earth Station, can trigger nono technical devices in all the bodies of the inhabitants of an entire city.

Is this farfetched? Not at all. Consider the use of directed-energy weapons. They are ranged weapons which damage their target with highly focused energy, including laser, microwaves and particle beams. Potential applications of this technology include weapons which target personnel, missiles, vehicles and optical devices. Directed energy weapons are being openly disclosed by the military. While their propagandists are quick to say the technique is non-lethal, the assertions are not believable given the history of governments lying over ‘defence’ matters. Their own descriptions indicate the ability to dazzle, deafen, blind, stun, scream at ‘or even kill’ people. It is possible, for all that one knows, that 5G technology disperses these capabilities to deliver signals to all people in a target area or group at the same time.

What is almost certain is that The Pirbright Institute appears to be using the Cobbett Hill Earth Station satellite teleport facilities to communicate with the Pilgrim Society minions worldwide.

For sure, American and British Pilgrims Society, newspapers, intelligence, technical experts and banks are not likely to acknowledge that they are using Crown-controlled QinetiQ and Serco to get over $18 billion in U.S. defence contracts to build bio-weapons at The Pirbright Institute.

The evidence is overwhelming that the Pilgrims Society – often called ‘the Deep State’, Senior Executive Service, Crown Agents, shadow government – is manipulating the public to achieve its ‘new world order’ objectives. There is hardly anything mysterious about such organisation, at least as far as its membership and its declared activities. (Coronavirus, QinetiQ, and the Rothschild Bombshell, 12/04/2020).

The Pilgrims Society was founded on 16 July 1902 by Sir Harry Ernest Brittain, K.B.E., C.M.G., a British journalist and Conservative politician. It is a British-American society established, in the words of American diplomat Joseph Hodges Choate “to promote good-will, good-fellowship, and everlasting peace between the United States and Great Britain.” Choate was an American lawyer and diplomat, the scion of one of Massachusetts’s Puritan-era families. The Society is not to be confused with the Pilgrim Society of Plymouth, Massachusetts. It is, actually, a secretive group of self-styled U.K.-U.S. elitist, Anglophile, white supremacists. Prominent members of the 118-year old Society are listed in convicted paedophile, the late Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘little black book.’

Over the years the Society has boasted an elite membership of politicians, diplomats, businessmen, actors and writers who have included Lord Carrington, Walter Cronkite, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Alexander Haig, Thomas Kean, Henry Kissinger, Henry Luce, George Shultz, Margaret Thatcher, Paul Volcker, and Caspar Weinberger, among many others. Members of the immediate Royal Family, United States secretaries of state and United States ambassadors to the Court of St. James’s are customarily admitted ex officio to membership in the Society. The patron of the society is Queen Elizabeth II.

The Society is notable for holding dinners to welcome into office each successive U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom.

The first informal meeting of the Pilgrims of Great Britain included General Joseph Wheeler, a cavalry general in the Confederate States Army in the 1860s during the American civil war, and then as a general in the United States Army during both the Spanish–American war and Philippine–American war. Between the civil war and the Spanish–American war, Wheeler served multiple terms as a United States Representative from the state of Alabama; Colonel (later General Sir) Bryan Thomas Mahon, K.C.B., K.C.V.O, P.C., D.S.O., an Irish born general of the British Army and senator of the short-lived Senate of Southern Ireland. He served in Sudan in the Dongola Expedition in 1896 as Staff officer to Sir Herbert Kitchener, and was present at the Battle of Ferkeh and the operations at Hafir; the Hon. Charles Stewart Rolls, a Welsh motoring and aviation pioneer, who with Henry Royce, co-founded the Rolls-Royce car manufacturing firm; and the founder Sir Harry Ernest Brittain.

The first meeting of the Pilgrims of the United States was at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York on 13 January 1903.

The Pilgrims of Great Britain and the Pilgrims of the United States have reciprocal membership. (A. Pimlott Baker, The Pilgrims of Great Britain, A centennial history, Profile Books, London, 2003; A. Pimlott Baker, The Pilgrims of the United States, A centennial history, Profile Books, London, 2003).

According to the latest available information (in early 2019), members of the Executive Committee were:

A long list of noteworthy members may express ‘the colour’ of the Society. They are:

Those are some of the women and men who during the past 118 years – incidentally almost the life of Australia – transformed a decrepit, feudal, old fashioned primitive, golden-carriage-moving ‘English’ society into a trans-Atlantic contemporary ‘Anglo-American’ union. In that way, a structurally un-democratic Westminster System slowly turned into a reactionary Washminster System, the expression of a society in the thrall of wealth and ‘neo-liberal’ capitalism. And why un-democratic? Consider: there is a House of Commons, made up of 650 members, elected to represent constituencies by the first-past-the-post system. The system is essentially the antithesis of the principle one head, one vote, one weight – which is what democracy demands. Next to it sits the House of Lords – 784 of them, all un-elected, all life-appointed, 90 of them being there by heredity or because of ‘official function’, with the remainder appointed by the monarch on the advice of the prime minister, or of the House of Lords itself, or by other ‘arrangement.’ Those are the so-called Lords Temporal. There are also 26 Lords Spiritual, bishops who represent the ‘established’ Church of England, in which the Queen is the “Defender of the Faith.”

It is hardly unsurprising that members of such ‘parliament’ find themselves somewhat ‘at home’ when meeting representatives of what is ordinarily regarded Casino Wall Street. Empty talk goes a long way. What is intolerable is that Australians are said to draw the source of their power, their image and practice of Parliament, and above all their tradition of governing conventions from that kind of bastardised system of government. A contrary opinion would sound as anathema, met with a degree of indignation by most Australian politicians. The resulting practice by both government and opposition is sub-tropical falseness – what would be referred out in un-parliamentary language as pretence, deceit, humbug, cant.

Continued next Saturday …

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  1. Miriam English

    The AIMN helping to spread irresponsible, lunatic conspiracy theories? What is the world coming to?

    No. The novel coronavirus was definitely NOT made in a lab. It has been proved to have evolved in the wild.

    No. 5G is actually safer than previous wireless communications because the higher frequencies mean it is unable to penetrate flesh.

    Activating nanotech devices in people? You’ve gotta be kidding me. Stopped taking our meds have we?

    Directed energy weapons? Don’t make me laugh.

    Whoever “Outsider” is, they make the rest of their article totally suspect after suggesting such absurdities.

  2. Michael Taylor

    Hi Miriam. No, not promoting such theories. This series looks at all the nuts and bolts – the absurd, the obvious, and the believable. It covers the broad spectrum, hence everything is chucked in.

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