52 Jim Hutchinson Two Tomorrows The Happy Fox & Lady Belinda

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Mr Baldwin’s Scheme &  Royal Lip Service   

Baldwin’s Scheme & Royal Rejection

World War One left the British Treasury £8 Billion in debt. In June 1919 a landed Tory MP, Stanley Baldwin, started a fund to create jobs. He gave £100,000 - one fifth of his personal fortune - to the Treasury! He asked that every Establishment family to do the same.

As a Treasury Secretary, Stanley Baldwin knew the royals and their pals had £Billions in investment portfolio's, sitting in German, Swiss and Cayman banks, they would never need. Had the Establishment followed his lead, King George 5th's Chancellor would have had more money to create employment than ever before. But. Instead of the £2 Billion plus Stanley Baldwin had expected. Just £470,000 was donated to the Treasury. Mainly from families with far less to spare than Stanley Baldwin. While paying lip service to Baldwin’s scheme, the obscenely rich German royals and their pals had no intention what-so-ever of doing anything for Britain and the British. Sound familiar?

King George 5th was the first King to use the new tool of radio (British Brainwashing Corporation) to tell the public all was well when most of his subjects lived and died in grinding poverty. 
After WW1 the King's Establishment, who promised 'A Land Fit For Hero’s,' were preoccupied breeding more animals to shoot to pass the time of day - than one’s neighbour. The Establishment had gone straight back to full time fox hunting and/or awarding themselves The Triple Crown, for bagging a brace of grouse, shooting a stag and catching a salmon - on the same day! Promises to the ordinary man, who won the bloody war, were completely forgotten.

 

The Highland Clearances

March 1814. Establishment family the Leveson-Gowers, led by the Duke of Sutherland, decided to clear their Sutherland estate. After serving eviction notices, the Duke ordered his agents to ‘burn the landscape.’ Effectively starving the tenants cattle - which forced the tenants to sell their only supply of milk for their children. While the men were at the cattle market the Duke’s agents demolished their homes. Scattering nursing mothers, weeping old women and screaming children onto the freezing moors. Cottage remains were then ‘oiled and fired.’  ‘April 7th we counted 250 smouldering pyres of hovels fired that day.’ By June, two large parishes, over one million acres, were completely cleared of people. Two years later the landscape was ‘white with sheep.’  ‘Highland Clearances’ continued throughout Victoria's reign.  Anyone who did not bow and scrape to Victoria’s Establishment was termed a ‘non conformatist.’  December 1874. A non conformatist pamphlet, ‘Rich Man Poor Man’  was distributed in Sutherland, listing the Leveson-Gower’s British assets.  
‘The Duke owns the following homes in Scotland; Dunrobin Castle, Loch Inver House, House of Tongue, Tarbet House and Castle Leod. 
In Staffordshire,  St. James’s Park, Trentham Hall and Stafford House.
In Shropshire, Lilleshall Hall.
In Buckinghamshire, Cliefden.
The Duke also owns. 1,176,454. Acres in Sutherland.
                                    17,495. Acres in Shropshire.
                                    12,744. Acres in Staffordshire.
                                      1,833. Acres in Yorkshire.

The Duchess has an estate of 149,879 acres in Ross. Making 1, 358, 425  Acres in total.
The Duke of Sutherland, who will never do an honest days work in his life, rents out most of his land which returns £140, 928 per year. The average land worker earns £29 per year. ’

   see Wage Control. Fourth Report of Commissioners Royal Commission on Employment in Agriculture. Parliamentary Papers H of Cms. Vol. X111. 1870, London 1870.  And. Returns of Agricultural Labourers’ Average Weekly Earnings. Parliamentary Papers H of Cms. Vol. L111. 1873, London 1873.
Also see. Modern Scotland: The Nation From 1870. J.G. Kellas. Pall Mall. London. 1968. And. Sunday Times Rich List.  

The Establishment: Lizzy Bowes Lyons (The Queen Mum)

Glamis Castle Scotland. The Bowes Lyons ancestral home.

The Queen Mum was brought up, lived and died, surrounded by unctuous servants. She died aged 101 without ever learning how to dress herself, draw the curtains or make a bed.

Her father, the Earl of Strathmore, owned two castles and three hunting estates. Nobody really knows where the Queen Mum was born. Or indeed who she really was. After her first official appearance, on one of the Strathmore English estates, it was said, she was her father’s illegitimate child to a Glamis Castle housemaid – secretly adopted shortly after the Countess of Strathmore lost the child she was carrying. The story goes, the Countess took the pregnant maid to London to stop any gossip at Glamis.

The Earl was later fined seven-shilling-and-sixpence for not registering the birth (Not reporting a birth was a jailable offence but members of the Bar used to shoot on the Earl's estates). The Earl told the Court he was busy with the deer shoot when his wife went to London to have the baby. He assumed his wife's staff had registered the birth. According to the Earl she was born on his Hertfordshire estate. Parish Records refute this. Likewise the local Hertfordshire press, carrying little else but local events, births, deaths and marriages, makes no mention of the Countess’s happy event - which would have been front page news.

Friend’s of the Countess claimed the child was born in Bickerstaff Mansions, opposite Baker Street Station, where the Earl had an apartment. Society gossips claimed the baby was born in a Harley Street Clinic. In both case’s it was alleged the Countess was holding the hand of the real mother - the maid - when the baby was born. The maid signed her baby over to the Countess a month later, days before the maid and her husband sailed for America - paid off by the grateful Countess.

On one occasion the Queen Mum told a biographer she was born in a London ambulance. But that was reported as her way of saying she neither knew nor cared. Proving her actual birthplace is as unlikely now as proving her real mother. The royal family's re-writers have done their usual shredding-job of the Strathmore family correspondence. The truth was buried long before she was.

On the bright side. The truth about the real father's of Prince Andy Peado and Princess Edwina can now be found in your local library. see. The Royal Marriages, Smyth Gryphon. Lady Colin Campbell and Queen Elizabeth 2… not amused. Carol Publishing Group. Nicholas Davies and Prince Philip, a critical biography. Sidgwick & Jackson. John Parker & Elizabeth, Mandarin Books. Sarah Bradford,. and please use Google to learn the truth about so-called "royals".

 

King George 5th

King George 5th, who doted on his little granddaughter, the present Queen, was not the nice old man conjured-up by false historians constantly corrupting your television screens. While his subjects were driven half mad by starvation King George 5th spent his days entertaining his bankers while trying to beat his best score of killing 12,109 birds in one winters shooting!  During WW1 he paid a visit to his troops in the trench's. George was heard complaining 'Can't they do anything about all this bloody mud? I should be shooting at Sandringham''.

The spy Anthony Blunt was one of King George 5 bastard sons. He was, however, the soul of discretion compared to his bi-sexual son’s whose abuse of the servants matched his father's King Edward 7 (Dirty Bertie). In common with his ancestors George 5 did everything possible to increase his Civil List (money for nothing) while doing absolutely nothing for his subjects living in filthy slums and constant hunger. Following the criminal path of his father Dirty Bertie and his grandmother, Queen Victoria, he spent his reign stealing millions from the Civil List to invest abroad.

State Papers released in 1986 prove, on top of his wartime profits, George 5 stole a minimum of £22,000 from the Civil List every single year of his 20 year reign. Most of which would have ended-up in Swiss Trusts started by his grandparents Albert & Victoria.  

(More than King George 5 it was his stoutly German wife, Queen Mary, who vetoed the Leveson-Gower marriage. Mary lived to bitterly regret her decision. Had Edward married Rosemary he would not have got in bed with an American divorcee which led to his abdication - that could have ended the monarchy).

 

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