Monday, July 02, 2007

The classic false flag operation.

The classic false flag operation was aimed against the Irish and took place in the 1880s during the reign of Britain's Queen Victoria.

Nationalists in Ireland wanted independence from Britain.

The British government devised a false flag operation to discredit the Irish nationalists, including their leader in Parliament Charles Stewart Parnell.

During the 1860s and 1870s, there were 'terrorist' Irish-American groups. One such group was the Fenian Brotherhood, Clan na Gael, an Irish-American secret society.

However, British Intelligence officers used the Fenian Brotherhood to stir up violence against British targets, so as to discredit the Irish nationalists.

The Jubilee Plot 1887

British government ministers, led by Prime Minister Lord Salisbury, decided:

(1) to use a double-agent Francis Millen to organise a 'plot' to blow up Westminster Abbey, thus killing Queen Victoria and half the British cabinet.

(2) to have the plot discovered and revealed during Queen Victoria's golden jubilee.

The Jubilee plot employed two Irish-American patsies, Thomas Callan and Michael Harkins. They were none too bright and missed their boat from New York to Liverpool. They arrived on the morning of the Jubilee, too late to reach Westminster Abbey.

After the plot had been revealed, the two Americans were arrested and sentenced to long periods in prison for conspiracy to commit terrorist acts. Francis Millen mysteriously managed to escape to New York.

Francis Millen's employment by the British secret service had been approved by Lord Salisbury, the Prime Minister. Salisbury's red ink 'S' is written on the documents.

Francis Millen, an Irish-American soldier of fortune, had been recruited in Mexico City. A letter from the British consul in Mexico, told Prime Minister Salisbury that 'XXX' was the code for Millen and that he was ready to start his first operation.

The Times printed sensational newspaper stories accusing Nationalist leader Parnell of supporting the Jubilee Plot.

However, the 'evidence' against Parnell was later shown to be a forgery.

Millen was offered £10,000 to return to Britain to act as a whistleblower. Shortly afterwards he was found dead in New York.

Main source: Fenian Fire: The British Government Plot to Assassinate Queen Victoria. By Christy Campbell. HarperCollins


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