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Old 04-11-2012, 03:04 AM   #1
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Default Lord McAlpine

Who is he? What is he? What can we do to stop him?

Edit- in doing some research I am 100% sure this man is the worst type of man. I feel he is the sort of person jimmy Saville answered to. I will post my findings when I get home later. Pretty sure I know where he will be in a couple of weeks, I'm gonna ask him a few questions

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Old 04-11-2012, 04:39 AM   #2
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how are you going to ask him questions? are you a prison guard or what?
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Old 04-11-2012, 04:57 AM   #3
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how are you going to ask him questions? are you a prison guard or what?
hes in prison?
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Old 04-11-2012, 05:38 AM   #4
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it's probably fair to say he is one of these cunts that are kicking about just now.
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Old 04-11-2012, 11:19 AM   #5
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http://pebpr.blogspot.com.au/

loads of interesting stuff in there ^

I read that he owns property here in western australia.. So i looked into it and it turns out he owns buildings and propertys everywhere... Such as this place;
http://www.terracehotelperth.com.au/the-hotel/history/
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bishop's_House,_Perth

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Bishop's House was used to accommodate the Anglican Health and Welfare Services (Anglicare) until the service was relocated to the Sambell Centre in Colin Street, West Perth.[9]^ "Signposts - A Guide for Children and Young Children in Care in WA
Anyway, apart from owning loads of buildings here he helped rejuvenate Broome and is thought of as a hero over there.. The man can do no wrong..
http://www.parliament.wa.gov.au/parl...c?OpenDocument
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His passions were not only building things like the Cable Beach resort, but also looking after community groups and keeping a lot of the old buildings in town. Many of the old buildings in Broome would not be there now if it were not for Lord McAlpine.
So he's just a good bloke looking after community groups..

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2...nservatives.uk

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As a wealthy young man, he bought a series of paintings - six or seven of them - by a tyro called Rothko. He paid around two and a half grand for each of them, and everyone laughed at him. He talks about the terrible beauty of Rothko's death. "He cut his wrists in the bath and watched the bath water become a Rothko. Extraordinary that. Amazing way to die."
That doesn't sound amazing to me? Any normal person would use a different adjective there.

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He blushes. "No, I don't think so. I wasn't very fanciable in those days." He's talking very quickly. "Not that I am now. I was very big and fat and quite dishevelled."
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When did he first realise Thatcher was a prince? "Margaret was always princely," he says. "But she never had a court in the way that Blair does." A few months ago the remaining loyalists organised a lunch for her to mark 25 years since she became Tory leader. "There were seven or eight people there in total. Just people who had been really close to her. Of them, certainly three had never been there at the start." Part-time supporters, he seems to be sniffing. Many of the original Thatcherites were dead - Keith Joseph, Ian Gow, Airey Neave. The last two were killed by the IRA, who also blew up his house. McAlpine was away at the time. He also came through the Brighton bomb unscathed. So many encounters with death, he says, so many escapes. He calls it a miracle.
I call it protection.

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"Oh yes. I think there's something quite princely about Blair," he says excitedly. "Yeh, he could be a prince."
Satanic reference? He refers to maggie as his 'prince' and says blair could be a 'prince' to..

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"It's inconceivable when you think about something that you always come to the same conclusion. So you're bound to have a great stack of your life that you think that was wrong."
No idea what he's reffering to here.. What was wrong?

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"it's a vindication of all those years people said to my father, 'It's a shame about your son, he's a bit odd you know,
True that.

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When he left his first wife and two daughters, his disabled mother hit him over the head with her walking stick. For years, his two daughters from the first marriage never spoke to him.
I wonder why?

Someone needs to launch a proper independent investigation into this man.

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/...r-1492580.html
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THE SERVANT will see that the Prince has enough money to fight battles, though this must be dedicated to fighting his (the Prince's) own battles and not those of the people who provide the money. . . . The dilemma . . . facing the Servant is that the people who pay to meet Princes are not the sort of people that Princes should meet. This is where the Servant's knowledge of commerce is useful.
This deeply embarrassing extract comes from The Servant, an impressively polished sequel to Machiavelli's The Prince. Published last autumn, it is the work of Lord McAlpine of West Green,
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McAlpine notes in his book that it helps if colleagues think a Servant is 'lazy, amiable and not too clever'. He adds: 'A fullness of figure helps sustain this disguise.' Elsewhere in The Servant he refers to the need to 'deceive and mislead' on his Prince's behalf.
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As well as being an ultra-loyal Thatcherite, McAlpine was quite simply the best fund-raiser in British political history since, well, Lloyd George's agent Maundy Gregory cheerfully traded honours for money on a massive scale - and a standard tariff - between 1916 and 1922. (There is, of course, no suggestion that McAlpine acted improperly.)
Was that last bit meant to sound sarcastic?

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When party treasurer, McAlpine would discreetly invite some fellow captain of industry or commerce to lunch - usually at the Garrick Club. He would ensure the invitation went out on the treasurer's headed writing paper to avoid any misunderstanding. Over lunch and lashings of his favourite Chateau Latour he would, as a social equal, breach the topic of money to fund the forthcoming election campaign. Often, as McAlpine described these occasions, the victim would splutter and comment that even the Thatcher government was made up largely of 'villains'. At which point McAlpine claims he'd say: 'I rather agree with you. But have you looked at the other shower?'

This usually did the trick, although in 1987, McAlpine thought that something more brutal was required. He assembled what a friend described as a collection of Loony-Left literature, including 'Labour-supporting, glad to be gay' stuff. His idea was to mail it to selected tycoons along with an appeal for funds. McAlpine was warned that he might be prosecuted for sending pornography through the post. This so delighted him that he made it his business to spread the tale of Labour's suspect supporters. In addition, he sent copies of the Labour manifesto to 200 leading industrialists. Money rolled in.
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A few years before Thatcher's enforced resignation, McAlpine, whom she ennobled in 1984, was upbraided by a meritocratic young Tory Whip after missing a crucial division. 'I suppose you were out guzzling oysters,' he commented with ill- judged rudeness to the Prime Minister's favourite.
Strange thing to say, why oysters?...

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For many, many centuries, oysters have been considered one of the greatest aphrodisiacs. In other words, they are said to increase one's sexual desire

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And yet most commentators would agree with the friend who insists that there is a 'disorderly, undisciplined, anarchic streak' to the man. They wait with some alarm for further revelations from the villa outside Venice.
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Old 04-11-2012, 11:33 AM   #6
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Youve read the info on him in relation to the North Wales care home?

It ain't nice reading.

http://pebpr.blogspot.com.au/?m=1

He's apparently on film raping boys in the presence of others.

My theory? The heat got too hot in the 80s and he became a "recognisance man"
- ie., the bastard son cast off to the antipodes (or elsewhere) to set himself up and never come back due to major fuck ups at home.

McAlpine is a life peer (ie., appointed and not hereditary).

His family is in construction and they built the Parmelia Hilton in Perth in the 60s. So he knew Perth when he arrived in the 80s. He developed 225 St George's Tce (former Perth head office for BHP Billiton) and was to develop the Bishops See site next door (the Anglican church owns the site and only grants a lease over it to a developer)

McAlpine though is best known for "rediscovering" the N/W pearling town of Broome. He developed the Cable Beach Club resort and also brought flights into Broome airport. He created the Broome tourist industry.

However, his property empire collapsed in the 90s and was bought by Hawaiian Investments. I'm not sure if McAlpine had a stake in the recently redeveloped Claremont shopping centre. Hawaiian holds 50%.

He's a very smelly individual and the fanfare with which he was received by a naive 80s Perth smarks of having been sent packing from the UK

It's thought he will be exposed on news night soon. Any news?
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Old 04-11-2012, 11:37 AM   #7
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lol

shall we play top trumps?

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Old 04-11-2012, 11:42 AM   #8
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Huh?
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Youve read the info on him in relation to the North Wales care home?

It ain't nice reading.

http://pebpr.blogspot.com.au/?m=1

He's apparently on film raping boys in the presence of others.

My theory? The heat got too hot in the 80s and he became a "recognisance man"
- ie., the bastard son cast off to the antipodes (or elsewhere) to set himself up and never come back due to major fuck ups at home.

McAlpine is a life peer (ie., appointed and not hereditary).

His family is in construction and they built the Parmelia Hilton in Perth in the 60s. So he knew Perth when he arrived in the 80s. He developed 225 St George's Tce (former Perth head office for BHP Billiton) and was to develop the Bishops See site next door (the Anglican church owns the site and only grants a lease over it to a developer)

McAlpine though is best known for "rediscovering" the N/W pearling town of Broome. He developed the Cable Beach Club resort and also brought flights into Broome airport. He created the Broome tourist industry.

However, his property empire collapsed in the 90s and was bought by Hawaiian Investments. I'm not sure if McAlpine had a stake in the recently redeveloped Claremont shopping centre. Hawaiian holds 50%.

He's a very smelly individual and the fanfare with which he was received by a naive 80s Perth smarks of having been sent packing from the UK

It's thought he will be exposed on news night soon. Any news?

From what i can gather the bbc bottled it and didnt name him. He threatened to sue, the usual bullshit. There has to be some way we can nail this bastard!

edit - i like your theory about him being sent packing.. That or he just ran.. Either way, the type of shit he was up to with those welsh care homes, that doesnt just go away. Chances are he was involved with that stuff in Australia to. People like that are unable to stop.. Thats what im trying to find out. Ive got a friend who works at the hotel you mentioned, I'm gonna see if they can speak to any long term employees and find out if they've ever met him

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Old 04-11-2012, 06:35 PM   #10
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Macalpine not the only one - also mentions Peter Lilley and Michael Portillo

http://blog.scrapperduncan.com/2012/...hael-portillo/

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Ben Fellows also mentiOns Ken Clark on the UK Column and says the Cook report should still have the evidence on tape.

http://www.ukcolumn.org/video/uk-col...12-ben-fellows

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Old 04-11-2012, 08:32 PM   #12
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shall we play top trumps?
Peado top trumps..... Jesus theres an idea.

Kinda want to own some now.
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From what i can gather the bbc bottled it and didnt name him. He threatened to sue, the usual bullshit. There has to be some way we can nail this bastard!

edit - i like your theory about him being sent packing.. That or he just ran.. Either way, the type of shit he was up to with those welsh care homes, that doesnt just go away. Chances are he was involved with that stuff in Australia to. People like that are unable to stop.. Thats what im trying to find out. Ive got a friend who works at the hotel you mentioned, I'm gonna see if they can speak to any long term employees and find out if they've ever met him
The English aristocracy has a long history of sending packing (with cash and connections) tthe "bastard son" who fucked up at home.

McAlpine though doesn't have much connection with WA anymore. It would not surprise me at all if he got up to the same vile BS in Australia as he did in the UK ... I agree, once he's done what he' done that wouldn't stop.

People in Australia would be blown away if he were outed as a paedo ... out of naivity more than anything. It would be an eye opener (but many wouldn't be surprised) to learn that the British establishment are paedo child killers.
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