Saturday, 17 November 2012
Japs and Commandos
Note a "self-styled" nun, "Sister" Ruth Augustus. The mail on line reports of how she stuffed six letters with white powder and scrawled "bizarre slogans", before posting them to politicians. Newspaceman believes them not to be that bizarre :
"One envelope addressed to Mr Clegg had ‘devil worshipping’, ‘freemason’ and ‘your poor Catholic wife and children’ written on it."
"Another letter sent to former Labour Home Office minister Baroness Scotland was daubed with a swastika and two crosses and read ‘stop this evil devil worshipping"
"A third, sent to barrister and Labour peer Baroness Kennedy, also featured a swastika and the slogan: Stop these evil devil worshipping freemasons"
"The judge, Justice Saunders, sentenced her to a two year community order requiring her to be treated for mental health problems, including a persistent delusional disorder"
Poor Ruth, obviously still "deluded", remarked after sentencing "My father fought Hitler but he shouldn’t have bothered. It’s run by devil-worshipping freemason Nazis already, who break the law at huge expense."
Quite; my Grandad "fought" Hitler, whilst he willingly let me trash his war medals as a boy, around the age of 7. They had no value for him, unlike the war-films which we watched on his television - a retirement gift from the then "State-owned" Post Office. That's what he chose out of the selection of gifts (but he kept the radio on to watch the cricket). When, The Bridge on the river Kwai, came on, often he would get animated. He was not too keen on the Japs given his posting - post office/telecommunication workers were at the front line - thus he was not too keen on the Japanese lady we met in the museum once- often we went there, the cafe was good, and cheap - I remember it vividly. But he was a good man, who had met the devil but, unfortunately, stereotyped it.
In the same vein, from the potentially schizophrenic mail on line, we note a whole lot about the Leveson enquiry and the shady Common Purpose charity; basically a "conflict of interest". What is interesting though, and why I am alleging mail on line schizophrenia, notwithstanding the masonic/nun story, is that the original headline was "Leveson Inquiry Mail dossier raises disturbing questions influence quasi masonic nexus people know-best". This was changed quite rapidly, with no masonic angle, although it still appears in the "address bar"at top.