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En Marche, Madame Merkel

Marine Le Pen was right: a woman rules France

We’ve been here before. When the Labour Conference decided to oppose EEC membership (I was there!), German Intelligence set up the SDP. It was led by the German agent Roy Jenkins, who smashed our military aircraft industry in the 1960s with his outrageous decision, taken in conjunction with the weak Denis Healey, to scrap the promising TSR2 supersonic bomber. Discounting the Harrier, which was a derivative of the existing Kestrel, there hasn’t been an all-British combat aircraft since.

For those who don’t know about Jenkins, he worked for the Abwehr in World War II, penetrating Bletchley Park. He was spotted and moved to a less sensitive hut, but protected from prosecution by German assets in MI5, including Victor Rothschild, the Cabinet Office and the DPP’s office. The late Lt-Col Harry Beckhough MBE, whom many will recall with fondness, played a key role in the exposure of Jenkins. Harry would doubtless have preferred to have seen Jenkins shot, as he should have been, indeed it was a national tragedy that he wasn’t.

The sudden emergence of a pro-EU centrist party in France in mid-2016, when Marine Le Pen looked like winning this year’s 2017 presidential election, should have taken no one by surprise. It’s a standard German intelligence tactic. They do the funding offshore, using high-yield Medium Term Note trading programmes.

The French media are no more economically literate than ours. There’s more money sloshing around offshore than there is onshore, yet they obsess with what’s happening onshore. I use the word obsess advisedly. They’re like jihadists looking forward to sh***ing their promised 72 virgins without once stopping to ask themselves what they’re going to sh*g them with once they’ve blown their willy off.

Nobody in the media has audited En Marche’s funding. The idea that the pro-EU French bureaucracy would seriously enforce French electoral law against a pro-EU party only has to be stated for its absurdity to be apparent.

Marine was right with respect to say that whoever won the French election the outcome was going to be a woman in charge. In voting for Macron the French electorate have put Angela Merkel firmly in charge of France. It was almost inevitable that Macron’s first call as president-elect would be to Frau Merkel. Cynics would no doubt assert that he was ringing for instructions!  

Macron will run France as a German client-state. The good news is that he won’t solve any of France’s problems, which gives the country a real chance after 2022, with Marine as president. That’s assuming that the German black agency in Paris doesn’t have her assassinated.

France’s counter-intelligence apparatus is even weaker than ours. The Abwehr operation in Paris was not dismantled in 1944; it merely went underground, having had a year’s warning. Admiral Canaris knew that Germany was defeated after the great Russian victory at the Battle of the Kursk Salient and the collapse of the Kriegsmarine’s U-Boat campaign.

This black German agency, part of the DVD, was able to organise terrorist campaigns in Algiers and metropolitan France and install Major-General De Gaulle as president. One of the most critical facts about post-war France is that De Gaulle was gay. He was blackmailed by the Abwehr and in turn the DVD throughout the whole of his life. One of his early lovers was a Jesuit priest and our community partner the Hun probably got the intelligence from the Jesuits, with whom they had a close working relationship. (Gavrilo Princip was a Jesuit asset, don’t forget.)

The Fifth Republic was essentially a German construct. Their intent was to recreate Vichy and in this they were successful. France has been in the German orbit since 1958.

There is no hope for the French unless they improve their counter-intelligence. They have been out-manoeuvred by German Intelligence for over a century. It is always a huge mistake not to put at least some of your brightest brains into counter-intelligence.

France is not alone in this of course – MI5 were very weak for years. Their last director, Jonathan Evans, whilst a nice chap with respect, was hardly the sharpest knife in the box. The American FBI has been next to useless. Jerry has run rings around them since the bureau was set up, starting with the Abwehr’s kidnap and murder of the Lindbergh baby. The FBI and its predecessor didn’t even get close to the truth and when J. Edgar Hoover eventually worked it out he was blackmailed into silence by the DVD over the fact that he was a transvestite, albeit a nice one. (Shame about the lack of a matching handbag however – J. Edgar’s choice of accessories let him down.)

Modern France cannot be explained without understanding the effect of the success of German Secret Service’s cunning plan to bleed the French army dry at Verdun. The French tactics in the Battle of Verdun were ridiculous of course, but that was the whole point.

Marshal Pétain was also gay, indeed he and De Gaulle were briefly lovers and De Gaulle was for many years one of Pétain’s protégés. Pétain was also being blackmailed by the Germans and again it was probably the Jesuits who gave him away. The upshot was over a million French dead and the moral collapse of the French army and, in turn, France.

Neither the surrender of the Third Republic to the Wehrmacht in 1940 nor the surrender of the Fourth Republic to the DVD in 1958 would have happened without 1917. In Marine Le Pen France has a true national champion. She’s not afraid of the Germans and wants to run France in the French interest. Macron is a wimp, no offence intended, who serves as a useful reminder of why republics are a bad idea.

Hopefully Marine will get her chance in 2022. She’ll need to watch her back, however. The DVD will have learnt from their failure to assassinate Theresa May.

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About Michael Shrimpton (35 Articles)
Michael Shrimpton is a prominent Eurosceptic, having advised the Maastricht rebels. He is a former Chairman of the Bruges Group and former National Committee member of the Campaign for an Independent Britain. He defected to the Tory Party in 1997, mainly on the issue of Europe. As a barrister he led the defence of the Metric Martyrs. His major intelligence text Spyhunter: The Secret History of German Intelligence was published by June Press in 2014. He has written on European matters for The Times and Eurofacts.

18 Comments on En Marche, Madame Merkel

  1. Michael Shrimpton // May 16, 2017 at 6:13 pm // Reply

    Thanks Dee and Panmelia. The Cabinet Secretary, who in practice controlled the DPP, Sir Edward Bridges, was also a German agent. The Abwehr were also blackmailing senior judges and controlled the House of Lords, hence the ridiculous and unconstitutional Carltona case, which effectively ended representative government in this country by inventing a new doctrine whereby civil servants could act in the name of ministers without express delegation.

    The driver behind Carltona was the Abwehr’s loss of control over the British government when their man Chamberlain was forced out. With Bridges working them they retained control over Whitehall, hence absurdities like 60 mph speed limits on express trains (to slow down the economy), controls over agriculture (to reduce agricultural output and cause food shortages), food rationing (unnecessary) and excessive regulation (to absorb public expenditure, waste money and slow down business).

    Of course Jenkins, and Heath, who were in the same ring, the Oxford Spy Ring, should have been shot, nicely.

  2. Michael, apologies Inhave only come to this article today. It’s fascinating!
    My question, though you may not pick it up because it comes late, is about your last sentence.
    Why did the DVD want to assassinate May? I always thought she was a Globalist?

  3. Michael Shrimpton // May 16, 2017 at 1:36 pm // Reply

    Good point Russell! Much of this was in my book Spyhunter, no assertion in which has been officially denied – the book is simply too powerful, although I dare say it myself.

    goilk1983 sounds like he or she may have a guilty conscience, no offence intended! He or she certainly does not know how to handle intelligence. No agency willingly releases intelligence into the public domain.

    If you want to wait for evidence you’ll have a long wait.

    Those who knew Harry Beckhough should be able to confirm the Bletchley Park end of the story, indeed I think Harry went on the record about it at one of my Marlborough Group briefings.

    Cynicism is no substitute for judgment, goilk!

    And that nice man David Icke was right about Sir Edward Heath.

    • Michael, what you say is fairly gob-smacking but, having thought it over, I wouldn’t put anything past the Germans. Having wrecked the 20th century with two world wars and the EU, they proceeded to elect Smirkel who is intent on wrecking Europe all over again by inviting every muslim into the world into her country without a mandate from the electorate. If they elect her again, they are definitely on a suicide mission.
      Roy(‘Woy’)Jenkins was the smarmiest politician I ever set eyes on, but appeared innocuous whilst undermining British nationhood, interests and culture by promoting the EU. If he was working against us in the war, why wasn’t he shot? Still, one could ask the same questions about MI5 infiltrators and traitorous scum such as ‘Sir’ Anthony Blunt and the rest of that treacherous clique.

  4. David Icke has landed at ukipdaily!

    I’d like to see some citations/sources for those assertions, Mr Shrimpton.

    Till then, I think I’ll take all this … under advisement.

  5. Wow! Stunning article by Michael Shrimpton. If half of this is true, it’s a shocker but I assume it all must be or the MSM would go berserk with accusations…a comment from the BBC would be interesting if they ever venture to this small arena.

  6. Great article. Macron who is married to a much older woman can’t wait to go to Berlin to meet the older dominatrix Frau Merkel. Mrs Macron needs to be worried.

    • Madame Macron is still attractive despite her advanced years and, being French, dresses stylishly. Frau Merkel … well, you can finish this sentence for yourself.
      I don’t think Madame Macron will be too worried!

  7. Off subject so forgive me.
    Was following Paul and Mike Hookem round Boston on Saturday, I’m from another nearby branch. Intermittent rain, not a lot of people about and the boss was swamped by the media, he was working hard, so no chance to talk to him other than a few platitudes. We were quite well received and given some better weather could have drawn some larger crowds. I hope next time he visits the market place.
    Battle bus was late arriving, a shame.
    It would be nice if someone had told the PR guy from London that the famous and iconic church in clear view from the bus was the Boston Stump, of pilgrim fame, not “a tower”, later local media pics of the bus could have been from anywhere.
    I do think Paul has an outside chance in Boston, especially if the local Tories grasp they they have just voted for even deeper service cuts by removing all the UKIP councillors. They seem to have mixed up local and national elections.
    If Paul had a blue rosette he’d be elected with no trouble.

    Our party has an outside chance too, of recovering and growing after the Autumn conference and review but only if we are completely united from that day onwards. Whatever comes out we need to all get behind it 100%.
    UKIP won a famous victory last year, far exceeding anything any other protest group have ever achieved and we did it by threatening seats. We can go on and do the same even after an acceptable Brexit. There are many other things demanding change.

  8. Michael Shrimpton // May 15, 2017 at 7:44 am // Reply

    Thank you Jack for your kind comments!

  9. Michael,

    Thank you for an informing article again. I have stated a number of times that we are war with the enemy within; perhaps I should have said that we are still at war with the same old enemy.

    So many apparently “stupid” decisions and policies from government but all becomes clear if put in the context of your articles.

  10. Phillip Smith // May 14, 2017 at 7:42 pm // Reply

    I sincerely hope that all the jihadi martyrs get their 72 virgins, and I hope that every one of them has a face like Angela Merkel and a figure like Camilla Batmanghelidjh.

    • According to Robert Spencer, the ‘virgins’ are a mistranslation of the Arabic owing to the lack of diacritical marks needed to differentiate one word from another (ie dots over, beside or under a word), an easy mistake to make when scribes passed scripts around and translated the koran into the languages of the people they had conquered. There is reason to believe that the word was actually ‘raisins’ signifying a dried grape delicacy. I suppose these would have been pretty desirable in a desert country, but whether worth dying for is a moot point.

  11. It seems from all the claims of virgins (female?)inhabiting it, the Islamic Heaven is not gender neutral. This will never do.

  12. Michael Shrimpton // May 14, 2017 at 6:04 pm // Reply

    Agreed re the P1154! It would have been a wonderful aircraft and a huge help in the Falkland. It would still be in service.

  13. The virgins in paradise magically regain their virginity, so I suppose the shahids magically also re-grow their willies.

    There is an apparent accounting anomaly, since the majority of inhabitants of hell are allegedly women. They are there because they curse frequently and are ungrateful to their husbands. Seems a bit harsh.

    So, with females a scarce resource in paradise, and shahids being allocated 72, what exactly is in it for the unattached males?

    More seriously, I had no idea about Roy Jenkins. Cancelling TSR2 was a travesty, it was so advanced for its time. Yes some inevitable teething troubles, but they get resolved.
    Also the P1154 supersonic Harrier, what a remarkable plane that would have been. We still have nothing like it, the F35 is a poor substitute. Sluggish and unmaneuverable without viffing, the supersonic Harrier from 50 years ago might give it a run for its money.

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