What David Icke Wrote About Conservative Party Treasurer Lord Alistair McAlpine in The Biggest Secret in 1998 and the time limit on legal action against the book is long pastWednesday 07 November 2012
This was the same book in which David named former Prime Minister Edward Heath as a paedophile, Satanist and mass child killer seven years before Heath died (a ‘journalist’ read Heath the text days after publication); the book in which David outed President Father George Bush as a child-killing, child-torturing paedophile; and the book in which he also exposed the Satanism and human sacrifice rituals of the British royal family.
The Biggest Secret, 1998:
‘Another famous paedophile … in Britain is Lord McAlpine, the former treasurer of Heath’s Conservative Party, and executive of the McAlpine Construction empire. He also followed the late Jimmy Goldsmith as head of the Referendum Party in Britain which was created to hijack the groups opposing the European Union and lead them to glorious failure.
McAlpine, who is heavily involved in a network of Brotherhood secret societies, including the Freemasons, has been publicly named as a paedophile by the investigative magazine, Scallywag … McAlpine was also named by one of the former residents at the Bryn Alyn Children’s Home in North Wales who said he was forced to have oral sex with him …
… A close friend of the McAlpines is Willie Whitelaw, a chairman of the Conservative Party. He was also Deputy Prime Minister to Margaret Thatcher, who was ‘minded’ by Whitelaw, the McAlpines, and Sir Geoffrey Howe, during her years as Prime Minister.’
[Years in which Margaret Thatcher was a close friend of Jimmy Savile ('more turkey, Jim?') and years in which he had positioned himself among those at the highest levels of the Conservative Party and government.]
Let’s stop pissing about shall we?
If the real and full truth comes out about what really goes on away from the public eye it will bring down the British political establishment across all parties and make the monarchy history.
So what is going on? It’s all in The Biggest Secret, first published amid the usual dismissal and ridicule in 1998, but who’s laughing now?
Jimmy Savile … Doorway To The Cesspit
by David Icke
Why was a sleasy aging disc-jockey so unbelievably close to the British royal family for decades?