THE ‘IRON LADY’ ...
… WAS A PUPPET ON A STRING
The David Icke Newsletter Goes Out On SundayI met a Canadian journalist when I was a national spokesman for the British Green Party who had just arrived from an interview with the then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. He was taken-aback by his experience and captured Thatcher in a single sentence: ‘She’s barely one-dimensional’.
The former prime minister died this week aged 87 and triggered the most extreme polarity of responses which ranged from her goddess-like status on the right-wing of her Conservative Party to spontaneous street parties celebrating her departure from the world.
These reactions were based on ‘Thatcher did this’ (very good) and ‘Thatcher did that’ (very bad); but my question is did Thatcher herself do anything of substance at all, or was her cold, compassionless and strident personality just the vehicle, the cover, for hidden forces to change the face of Britain and further afield? The key word as usual is Rothschild.
There are so many strands to bring together. I highlighted in my newsletter on January 13th the close relationship that the late Lord Victor Rothschild had with prime ministers such as Winston Churchill (Conservative), Edward Heath (Conservative), Harold Wilson (Labour) and Margaret Thatcher (Conservative) ...
... To understand the background to Thatcher and the myth that ‘she’ changed the face of Britain you have to pick up the story decades earlier and follow a continuing plan through successive prime ministers of both major parties which was hidden by the illusion of ‘changing’ administrations and the meaningless rhetoric and image-making of the people involved.