Sunday, September 18, 2011
TINKER, TAILOR, SOLDIER, SPY, PEDOPHILE RING
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is a spy novel by John le Carré, featuring George Smiley.
British spy George Smiley hunts down an enemy agent hidden within the British security services.
The enemy agent turns out to be Bill Haydon, a respected colleague.
Author and spy John Le Carre, born David Cornwell.
John le Carré, the author of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, was himself a spy.
His father was a con man. (John le Carré interview - Telegraph)
Le Carre says of his father: "He was a con man, a fraudster.
"He served four years for fraud, several of them in Wormwood Scrubs...
John Le Carre's father had links to The Kray Twins, who were Jewish gangsters involved in a paedophile ring linked to top people, including spies. (TOP UK PEDOPHILE RINGS)
According to Le Carre:
"When my sister, Charlotte, was researching her role in the film about the Krays she visited their mother.
"Mrs Kray showed her the family album and there was a photograph of our father with his arms around the Kray twins."
The Krays were murderous homosexual gangsters, linked to boy prostitution and top people.
Le Carre joined the secret service at the age of 17.
Sir Maurice Oldfield of MI6
It was rumored that le Carré modeled the character of George Smiley on Sir Maurice Oldfield, a former head of British Intelligence, who physically resembled Smiley. (OLDFIELD of MI6")
Le Carré and actor Alec Guinness lunched with Oldfield when Guinness was researching the role of Smiley, and several of Oldfield's mannerisms of dress and behaviour were adopted by the actor for his performance.
Kincora's Boys Home, in Northern Ireland, was reportedly used as a boy brothel by the UK security services.
The head of Britain's MI6, Sir Maurice Oldfield, was reportedly observed by his Special Branch guards partaking of Kincora's facilities. (The troubles: Google Books Result)
Allegedly, Oldfield shared boys with Sir Anthony Blunt, several bishops, and an archbishop. (Cached)
Anthony Blunt, British spy and alleged pedophile.
According to "The Biggest Secret of World War II": during World war II, Maurice Oldfield was arrested with the King’s brother, the Duke of Kent, Prince George, a boyfriend to Sir Anthony Blunt.
"A policeman rounded up what he thought were 3 drunken street whores, only to find they were ... the HIGHEST in the land...
"Maurice Oldfield and the Duke of Kent ... had links to Victor Rothschild.
"Rothschild was Churchill’s mentor; he made Churchill’s decisions."
Who was enemy agent Bill Haydon?
Bill Haydon is recruited as a spy while he is a student at Oxford University.
Haydon is apparently in love with fellow student Jim Prideaux.
Haydon's bisexuality is referred to in the novel.
Haydon is charming, witty, libidinous and somewhat aristocratic.
Top British spies who were reportedly enemy agents include:
There is a theory that all the top spies work for a certain fascist elite.