Thursday, 26 April 2012
Wizards of Oz
Just to recap last post; Glasgow Rangers "owner", Craig Whyte, breaks cover last Friday and is spotted at the infamous Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh, sipping Royal Blend tea. Meanwhile, over in Glasgow, the "bouncy castle" Stonehenge (en route London's Zion [In Oz] Olympics) is inflated at the "birthplace" of Glasgow Rangers - Glasgow Green - to the delight of local children.
To Monday past, when all hell let loose with regard to Rangers, Mr. Whyte fined £160,000 under Scottish Football Association (SFA) rule 66 - bringing the game into disrepute. The club also fined, £200,000, a grand total of £360,000. The club are also barred from purchasing any players over the age of 18 for the next 12 months which has serious ramifications on the "potential purchasers" of the club. Thus the phoenix fire still smoulders under court reference P 221/12, whilst the administrators intend to appeal, calling the penalties "draconian". The three individuals at the SFA who made the decision, also last Friday, have, it is reported today, received death threats and suchlike from irate supporters who fear this is the final nail in the coffin for their club. Indeed, it is possible the three have received what is known as an "osman (Oz-man) warning" from the police - basically they are dead men walking.
Breivik, aged 33, surely mind-controlled, and the mass murder of 77 on 22/07/11. He alleges he is a member of the Knight's Templar. The prosecutors disagree there is such an organisation. He planted a bomb, in a VW Crafter, in Oslo (Oz-low), and moved on to Paradise Island. He stated in his evidence he was a freemason, citing their "Christian" appeal, yet his manifesto expresses his disillusionment with the brotherhood .
This week, the (uber media prominent) Rupert Murdoch affiliated Scottish Sun is publishing daily articles relating to self confessed member of the Knight's Templar, "HUNKY historian Ashley Cowie", as he gives his perspective on Scotland's history. From today's, Home to the Knights Templar...and birthplace of the freemasons :
LOOKING through my binoculars I scanned the countryside for clues to the location of one of the most sacred mountains mentioned in the Bible.
No, I wasn’t in Jerusalem — but the quaint Ayrshire town of Kilwinning....
As the youngest Knight Officer in the Templar’s long history, I hope one day these might lead me to my very own Heredom
It is now 27 (3x3x3) days since the conviction on 30/3/12 of two Rangers supporters, one from Kilwinning, in regard to a letter-bomb campaign against various individuals including Celtic manager Neil Lennon. (BBC News).
The numbers speak for themselves.
Note- Murdoch's News of the World "died" on 7/7/11 .
Top image - Craig Whyte