Arrivals and Departures

Arrivals and Departures

Sir Jonathan Evans

By Michael Shrimpton


This has been a week of personnel change.  The DVD asset Boris Berezovsky very sensibly decided to commit suicide (no offense intended), MI5 Chief Sir Jonathan Evans has announced he’s stepping down and David Miliband is quitting Britain.

Berezovsky had been having a go at President Putin for years, on behalf of the Germans.  He made most of his money from Medium Term Note trading, using assets he bought at an undervalue.  He certainly didn’t make it from dividends on his Aeroflot shares.

As I shall be explaining in Spyhunter (now due out in the summer) the Germans control MTN trading, from Frankfurt.  You don’t get to play in a big way unless a ‘Kraut’ OK’s it.  Sorry – I should have referred to our “community partners the Krauts.”   Boris was anxious not to be deported to Russia (that’s Boris Berezovsky, not Boris Johnson), so set up a fake assassination attempt on his friend Lt-Col. Litvinenko.  As the inquest will not be told, he caused his own death, through peritonitis, by agreeing to swallow Polonium and its antidote, Prussian Blue.  No doubt his death was on Berezovsky’s conscience.

Thames Valley Police – Britain’s answer to Police Squad – naturally thought that Berezovsky has been murdered.  They have wasted a lot of public money searching for non-existent radiological or biological agents.   Of course they haven’t found any – it was just a silly conspiracy theory.  His death  was suicide.  He will not be missed.

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MI5’s New Boss

 Sir Jonathan Evans’s departure from MI5 wasn’t a surprise either.  As Gordon knows he presided last year over the biggest security failure in Britain since World War II.  The DVD were able to smuggle two nuclear devices into the UK right under MI5’s noses.  The first was the ‘Vulcan’ weapon – the improvised nuclear device that the Operation Vulcan team learnt about.  In fairness my distinguished Veterans Today commentator Ben Fulford was onto it before I was.  It was partly his reporting that led me to conclude that there was a serious possibility that a device had been positioned in London, close to the Olympics site.

Its presence in the UK was verified by a US satellite, which picked up its radiation signature when it was being exfiltrated.  I now gather that a Russian bird may have picked it up as well.  Since the device appears to have been one of the four stolen by the DVD from the submarine Kursk the GRU boys were paying it a lot of attention.

As the Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt MP confirmed in November nuclear monitoring of the Olympics site was stepped up, after a threat was confirmed.  I understand it was stepped up after the presence of the Vulcan weapon was verified.  The increased monitoring seems to have picked up a second signature.  If that Belgian King Air was doing radiation recon flights over the Olympics site it’s no surprise that she was sabotaged.  A signature consistent with a second device was picked up going across the channel by satellite not long before the games.

It’s not clear whether it went out by agreement – sometimes people prefer to pretend there was never a nuclear device there in the first place.  Again I pay frank tribute to my colleague Ben Fulford.  He was aware of the second device, but I needed some convincing.  That was because I was aware that a NRO bird had verified that the first nuke had been pulled.  I thought it incredible that there could be a back-up device, but it looks like there was.  The first rule of intelligence work is not to dismiss intelligence just because it sounds incredible.  Of course if you keep getting arrested every time you spot a nuke, you become less willing to call them in!!

These intelligence fiascos happened on Evans’s watch.  He had to go.  Memo to Thames Valley Police – next time that I tell them I want the MI5 duty officer alerted to my arrest, don’t patronize me.  Make the call.

The new D-G of MI5 will be Andrew Parker.  I gather he’s a nice chap and a keen ornithologist.  There are those within INTELCOM who are saying that this is a rare case of a birdbrain being replaced by a birdwatcher, but I couldn’t possibly comment.

David Miliband’s departure, for New York, was almost as inevitable.  He too will not be missed.  This was a man with a brain who not only thought that Britain should remain in the EU but that we should join their euro.  He had no excuse.

The next big departure on this side of the pond will be Cameron’s, possibly as early as June.  Someone e-mailed me over the Easter weekend and thought that Ken Clarke might be his successor – no chance!  The man’s a raving moderate.

Happy Easter everyone.

Michael Shrimpton

March 31st 2013

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19 Responses to "Arrivals and Departures"

  1. JS  April 3, 2013 at 4:40 pm

    Easter thoughts, Part 2 of 2:
    Part 1 was posted earlier. My original short sermon, in honor of Christopher Story FRSA, was going to be all about the Light, which is definitely NOT the false light of the Luciferians! I revised my plan after the Easter church service, keeping only two of my Light verses, saving the rest for another day. I’ve already mentioned the first one, St. Paul seeing the Light on the road to Damascus, and doing a 180 in his life. The service was mostly what I expected, with 4-part a capella congregational singing, Handel’s Messiah, a Walcker pipe organ. But Sunday’s sermon was a surprise, all about Syria. I fear for the Syrians too.

    The following is from a hymn in the Sunday church service, something to remember:
    Heilig, heilig, heilig. Heilig ist nur Er!
    Translation: Holy, holy, holy. Holy is God alone!

    My second Light verse is for the pedophiles/pederasts out there. Mydog might even like this. Jesus is speaking to Nicodemus, a Pharisee ruler. John 3:19, KJV: “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.”

  2. Steve  April 3, 2013 at 10:42 am

    Shrimpcon praising fellow BS-artist Fullofitford on VT re the DVD – it doesn’t get much wackier than that.

    Tough to choose between laughter and tears.

  3. JS  April 3, 2013 at 4:56 am

    Blankfein, he whose name has become a verb that means “to lie like a sidewalk”.

  4. OrdinarySerf  April 2, 2013 at 10:00 am

    What about the Welsh then Gerry ? Don’t leave us sheep sh*gg**s out ( ! )

  5. JS  April 1, 2013 at 4:33 pm

    Easter thoughts, Part 1 of 2:
    Easter is not Easter without some reflection. I put together a selection of appropriate Bible quotes which were ready by Sunday morning, but then I had to revise them, after an excellent Easter sermon delivered in a Mennonite church that I was visiting. I’ve been worried about Syria lately. To my surprise, the sermon addressed this exact concern instead of the usual Easter story, so this is Part 1. The verses I used are all from ****** if anyone is interested in checking them out.

    For me, as a Christian, the three most revolutionary words in the Bible are “Love your enemies”, the heart of Jesus’ message. But HOW do we love our enemies without being seen as weak, foolhardy, and inviting abuse? In Matt. 5:44, Jesus says “But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;” Was Jesus completely crazy? Well, it turns out that he had learned a thing or two from the prophet Elisha.

    The Easter sermon that I heard was based on 2 Kings 6. Syria was at war with Israel. Some Syrian spies were captured and taken to Samaria, where they expected to be executed. The king asked the prophet Elisha whether he should kill them. But Elisha recommended that they be given food and water and then set free to go home, and this was done. What was the result of this remarkable act of mercy or foolishness? Peace with Syria. Results are in 2 Kings 6:23, “And he prepared great provision for them: and when they had eaten and drunk, he sent them away, and they went to their master. So the bands of Syria came no more into the land of Israel.”

    A very famous passage involving Syria is Acts 9, about Paul’s conversion on the way to Damascus, when he literally “saw the light” and was temporarily blinded by it. What will it take for us to see the light before it’s too late, and to make a lasting peace?

  6. NortonSmitty  April 1, 2013 at 9:55 am

    I believe most British sailors would disagree about Limey being an insult. It’s better than Tars, with less scurvey.

  7. blakehamilton  April 1, 2013 at 7:03 am

    If you haven’t realized by now he’s a bigot who admires the Mossad so go figure.

  8. stephanaugust  April 1, 2013 at 3:27 am

    Hey, as I am from Berlin, Germany, if someone can give me the address of the German DVD I can visit that address and make a photo of their headquarters 🙂

  9. JS  March 31, 2013 at 9:45 pm

    2 nukes were in the UK! Good Lord! That goes a long way toward explaining why they assassinated Christopher Story, but they were exposed anyway.

    Today’s good news on the radio… As I was driving home from the land of Goshen, I heard that Pope Francis I, elected March 13, sent an invitation to Justin Welby, the new Archbishop of Canterbury, on the occasion of his enthronement in Canterbury, March 21. So I looked up the text online, and it says, “I look forward to meeting you in the near future, and to continuing the warm fraternal relations that our predecessors enjoyed”.

    On a lighter note, the Leslie Nielsen video is a nice touch. Airplane! showed off his brand of lunacy quite well, but I like Men with Brooms too. Hurry hard, Leslie, wherever you are.

  10. CoJonesGrandes  March 31, 2013 at 7:12 pm

    Please, not Ken Clarke.
    The word is that he’s a paedophile – he’s the one that Ben Fellows named but this information is not allowed to be published anywhere
    Ken Clarke was mentioned in a blog but the name was scrubbed out on threat of legal action.
    But the original info was captured in rumourmillnews website.

  11. chertobiesmogil  March 31, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    that Boris Berezovsky, wasn`t he Soros fellow/puppet? How he became rich getting 30$ p/m working as mathematician?

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