Oct 26 2012
The Daily Mail… Foreword by Chris Spivey.
Below is an article that appears in today’s Daily Mail. I wish that I had the time to properly take this Bullshit to pieces. Unfortunately, There is so much taking place at the moment that there simply is not enough hours in the day to enable me to spend time writing and documenting the proof in order to debunk bullshit like this.
I will tell you that the Paedophile Queen Mother knew exactly what her paedophile COUSIN, Anthony Bl[c]unt was… No suspicion needed.
Course that didn’t stop the Queen using him to save her paedophile families arses in the early 1960’s. She dispatched Blunt the… What rhymes with Blunt… to buy up sketches made of her in-bred family, which were drawn by Steven Ward before the Perfumo Scandal became public.
Had she not done, The Royal family would have been implicated in the scandal… Now would you send someone who you SUSPECTED as being a communist spy on such a sensitive mission? Course you wouldn’t. Not unless you were working in cahoots with the said spy… Information like that would at the very least leave them open to blackmail.
Read the article, then read the passages that I have copied and pasted below that. The passages are taken from my article Monsters Inc, which can be found at the following link : http://www.chrisspivey.co.uk/?p=3786
The Queen Mother…spycatcher: She rumbled traitor Blunt a decade before M15 did.
The Queen Mother suspected that notorious Cambridge spy Anthony Blunt was a communist more than a decade before MI5 established he was a traitor, newly-released files reveal.
The private secretary to King George VI told MI5’s deputy director general the Queen Mother had been left ‘shaken’ by an encounter with Blunt during which he discussed his atheist beliefs.
As a result she began to suspect the eminent art historian who looked after the monarch’s pictures was a communist.
Private secretary Sir Alan ‘Tommy’ Lascelles said that if he had told the Queen Mother that Blunt was a communist, she would have said ‘I always told you so’.
The exchange was revealed in the private diaries of Guy Liddell, deputy director general of MI5 from 1945 to 1953, which have been released to the public for the first time.
They also reveal how MI5 suspected at least four members of the Cambridge Five spy ring of being communists but failed to act due to a lack of compelling evidence.
The Cambridge Five, so-called because they were recruited by Soviet intelligence while students at the university, included Blunt, Kim Philby, Guy Burgess, Donald Maclean and, possibly, John Cairncross.
All went on to work for British intelligence or the Foreign Office but were double agents.
Between them they passed thousands of top-secret documents to the Soviet Union and were responsible for some of the most notorious acts of treachery in modern history.
Burgess and Maclean defected to the Soviet Union in 1951, and Philby fled in 1963, but Blunt stayed and only confessed secretly to MI5 in 1964 in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
He was by then Surveyor of the Queen’s Pictures, a role he had also performed under George VI.
The exchange between Liddell and Lascelles is revealed in files released by the National Archives at Kew.
On July 13, 1951, Liddell writes in his diaries: ‘He told me that Blunt had on one occasion intimated to the Queen that he was an atheist – Tommy thinks he may well have said an agnostic – and that the Queen had been a little shaken by his remarks.
‘He was certain that if he now went up and told her that Anthony was a communist, her immediate reaction would be: “I always told you so”.’
The diaries show that after Burgess and Maclean defected on May 25, 1951, after Philby warned them that MI5 was on to them, Liddell confided in both Philby and Blunt without realising they were also spies.
Liddell, who was investigating the missing pair, unwittingly shared intelligence with the two double agents, despite the fact that both had already come under suspicion.
He also wrote of Blunt: ‘I feel certain that Anthony was never a conscious collaborator with Burgess.’
In November 1979 Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher admitted to the House of Commons that Blunt had confessed to being a Soviet spy 15 years previously.
He was stripped of his knighthood and died in 1983.
When the scandal broke, the Windsor’s quickly dispatched Anthony Blunt, a cousin of the Queen Mother to an Art gallery exhibition in order to buy up sketches of Prince Phillip and other family members that Ward had drawn on one of his frequent visits to Buckingham Palace. It has since come to light that not only was Blunt a notorious gay paedophile and Satanist; he was also a KGB Spy… In connection with the 1962 Profumo Affair.
Over the next few years he gained several other important patients. This included Lord Astor, who allowed him the use of a cottage on his Cliveden Estate. Other friends included Daily Telegrapheditor Colin Coote, MI5 head Roger Hollis, Surveyor of the Queen’s Pictures Anthony Blunt, Conservative MP Geoffrey Nicholson, infamous slumlord Peter Rachman, and the actor Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. … Talking about Steven Ward, Good friend of the Royal Family
At the end of the war, in June 1945, the British King, George VI, the father of Queen Elizabeth and puppet of the Queen Mother, sent the former MI5 officer, Anthony Blunt, to the Kronberg Castle of Prince Philip’s sister Sophie, and her Nazi husband Prince Christoph of Hesse, to recover correspondence between the British Royal Family and their Nazi relatives, for propaganda aimed at convincing the aristocrats of Britain they had not been in contact all along. Blunt was the ‘surveyor of the Queens Pictures’ and a world expert in the paintings of Poussin, the initiate who painted pictures called ‘The Shepherds of Arcadia’ which related to the Rennes-le-Chateau mysteries. Blunt was named as a member of a KGB unit inside British Intelligence along with Burgess, MacLean, and Philby, the fifth man was never named, but was in fact, Lord Victor Rothschild.