Victor Rothschild, said to have influenced Churchill, Thatcher, Heath...
T Stokes, who claims to have had links to the UK security services, believes that the Rothschilds exercise great power in the United Kingdom, and elsewhere.
1. Lord Archer of Sandwell (Peter Kingsley Archer) was noticed by recruiters for certain spooks, while studying at the London School of Economics.
He was very swiftly given a seat in the UK parliament and a job in government.
(Others who were 'parachuted' into parliament include Tony Blair, Peter Mandelson and Labour Party leader Ed Miliband)
2. Archer 'was a Rothschild man'.
Reportedly, Lord Victor Rothschild used the Jewish Lord Goodman to direct Archer.
3. Reportedly, it was Lord Goodman and Peter Archer who helped bring about the acquittal of Liberal leader Jeremy Thorpe, when he was on trial for the attempted murder of a male prostitute, in 1979.
The police's Operation Arundel and Operation Ore looked into child sexual abuse.
Reportedly, these police operations linked Thorpe with Sir Anthony Blunt and Tom Driberg.
Blunt reportedly worked for Lord Victor Rothschild.
4. Lord Goodman 'was Mr. Fixer' to the wealthy Jews who surrounded and funded Prime Minister Harold Wilson.
UK Prime Minister Edward Heath (left)
T Stokes tells that Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe and Conservative Party leader Edward Heath had one thing in common.
The Wheel of Fortune By T Stokes on September 6, 2011
According to T Stokes, BBC disc jockey Allan ‘Fluff’ Freeman owned a shop in Lea Bridge Rd. London, and 'this was where young boys from several care homes would be brought in by taxis for the night'.
Reportedly, those who visited the shop included Jimmy Saville, Jonathan King, Joe Meeks and on occasion Brian Epstein.
The local police chief discovered that Liberal party leader Jeremy Thorpe and other top politicians attended 'kinky parties' at the shop in Lea Bridge Road.
Reportedly Jeremy Thorpe had a taste for young street boys and runaway teenagers.
Scott (left) and Thorpe.
Thorpe was put on trial for the attempted murder of male prostitute Norman Scott.
Reportedly, 'Thorpe threatened to expose the perversions of many members of government'.
Thorpe got off ‘Scott free’.
Sir Edward Heath, UK prime minister from 1970-74, "was known to visit the Jersey care home the Haute Garrene among others to take young boys on boating weekends on his yacht."
( JERSEY: Children were loaned to rich paedophile yachtsmen)
Heath was warned on 4 occasions by the head of the Metropolitan police not to try to pick up young boys in public toilets.
"Late one night on the Thames embankment by the House of Commons a British prime minister approached a rent boy."
Reportedly, almost all the rent boys worked for the spooks - CIA, Mossad, MI5 and the KGB.
"The details of the encounter on the Thames embankment quickly ended up on the London KGB station chief’s desk."
Quite naturally, the KGB man handed the file to MI6, which had close links to Lord Victor Rothschild.