Okay, so a bunch of human beings stuck Winston Churchill on a pedestal to be worshipped as some sort of Patron Saint of Deliverance from Hitler, and we are all supposed to revere his legacy.
Now Churchill did pull out all the stops so that the defeat of Hitler justified the means in doing so. That is, if you know how Hitler gained his power in the first place, and if you know what Churchill eventually did to get rid of Hitler.
Most people don't.
Most people see the sanitized version that looks as if it popped out of a box of cornflakes as a plastic gift for kids. Hollywood and the BBC have helped to create that image. But we look inside the cornflake box and notice a few contaminants surrounding the wrapping.
For instance, look back a few entries on this Blog and notice our earlier comments about Churchill. They are in the context of that "tin hat" subject called 'Illuminati': the that one that conspiratorialists like to refer to, in order to give you a two-second explanation for all the world's ills. But like most subjects we will tackle, there is a mixture of truth mixed-in with the fiction surrounding Churchill.
In 1920, Churchill was blasting Jews for creating the nation that became the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics - the USSR. In 1920, Churchill linked those Jews to "Spartacus Weishaupt". Now there really was a man named Weishaupt. His first name is Adam, because although he is dead, he kept the name. Adam Weishaupt founded a secret society on May 1, 1776 in Bavaria, which is now a part of Germany.
Weishaupt called himself 'Brother Spartacus', and he linked his cause back in time before this Common Era. Adam named himself after a Thracian gladiator called Spartacus who met his end at about age 40 in 71 BCE, while this warrior was fighting slavery. But Brother Spartacus was not fighting slavery, in fact, it is difficult to fully comprehend what this philosopher and professor of law was fighting against. In any event Adam Weishaupt's secret society called Illuminati fizzled out.
But, in Bavaria during Churchill's time, Adolph Hitler began a political fight against people who rallied under a Spartacus banner and they were trying to imitate those Jews that Churchill bashed in his newspaper article, because they were 'inspiring' Germans to copy the Communists who overthrew the Russian monarchy and created the USSR.
So what's the connection to Adam Weishaupt?
There is no connection.
Now ask the BBC this question: Who created the modern-day 'Illuminati' conspiracy theories? Their mouthpiece named Sophia will point to a lawyer's office in Dallas, Texas. The trouble with her explanation is that the lawyer she points to on behalf of the BBC, was in the State of Louisiana, not Texas.
President John F. Kennedy got killed in Dallas, Texas and the lawyer in Louisiana came up with a conspiracy theory about who killed him. But the BBC are paying a young lady full of hot air to work for their World Service and tell BBC listeners and viewers everything that she and the BBC do not know about the Illuminati, by pretending that they do.
Check her out: Her name is Sophia Smith Galer, and she claims to be a TikTok 'star', and that's apparently all the qualifications she needs to bamboozle the BBC World Service audience in her link to Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/watch/?v=518436448988600&_rdr
In other words, Mz Galer who claims to be a "visual faith and ethics journalist" - whatever that is in BBC-speak - doesn't know what she is talking about, but then, neither do the people who run the BBC.
Or do they?
We think that they do and that they just lie and make stuff up just like Ian Cowper Ross and his explanation about how Radio Caroline began.
Actually, Sophia should study her claimed subject of speciality, and she implies that it includes aspects of religion, because the subject of religion is at the foundational root of both the BBC and the geopolitics that surround it. There is a long history of religious broadcasting in the British Isles that is tied to the creation of the BBC. It's a geopolitical gimmick and one of the broadcasting tricks that Churchill used to defeat Hitler.
It is also the storyline behind the story that continues from there into emanations by Radio Caroline which was bouncing around in the North Sea during the Nineteen Sixties.
If you are a tin hat airhead Anorak, turn away from this site now - you won't like the Blog entries to follow, and you will positively hate them in manuscript book format at a later date!