Webster Griffin Tarpley in Edinburgh
 
This is a transcript of the middle section of a speech given by Webster Griffin Tarpley in Edinburgh on Nov. 10, 2007, which is included in this webpage (LISTEN — the original URL is at dc10.4shared.com), and begins at time = 28:42.  I have endeavored to add images from the web guessing that they might be approximately what he was showing in his famous slide shows.  But for some I could not find a decent approximation.  Please inform me if you can improve on images (or text) mailto:the@proudprimate.org
 

[The transcript:]

 
"Now just a few things about Guy Fawkes.  This of course is the most famous, most successful False Flag of all time, I — think, although, there — if we go back another hundred or two hundred years there were other — competing ones, but here he is, he's Guy Fawkes, he's got his lantern his keys and his spurs, because he's gonna get out of town, it's night-time, this is the House of Lords, and, lo & behold, just by coincidence a bunch of people find out that he's going in there to set off these huge barrels of powder the next morning when the king, the lords and the commons all come trooping in.
 
"This person is a patsy.  He is a dupe.  He is a useful idiot, and he doesn't know it but he's actually working for the English prime minister, Lord Robert Cecil, the prime minister of the country, who is running this entire thing.
 
"Now, we won't go into this in a lot of detail, but these are the conspirators —

 — the ones that I want to point out, now here's Fawkes, but the ones that really count are Catesby — see Catesby here? — and Percy, Catesby and Percy, because those are both documented double agents, working for Lord Cecil.  They go into Lord Cecil's house at night, in the days leading up to the discovery of the plot.
 
So imagine this: two members of the "devil's own" Gunpowder Plot are going undercover at night to the office of the prime minister, to discuss matters with people in it, maybe with him personally, or maybe with one of his deputies.
 
The rest of these people, Winter, Fawkes, the Wright brothers, this Bates over here, the servant, they're dupes: they're fanatics, they're psychotics, they're useful idiots, whatever the were.  But they are being used as grist for Cecil's mill.  And, uh, all of them are going to be killed, because the double agents — well, the patsies don't know they're in an operation: they don't know that this is a controlled operation being run by the government, that it's a fake plot.  The double agents think they know what the whole story's going to be, because they've been promised that they'll survive.  But as you'll see, they're not gonna survive.
 
Now what does this tell us ?
Then . . .
and now.
 
 
Then . . .
and now.
It is exactly the same method.  Now none of these people has ever been proven to come any where near 9/11 — absolutely no proof.  But, we do know that Atta, and a couple of the others, are double agents.  We know that some of them were living on US military bases, in Florida — in California.  We know that some of them had an FBI agent as a roommate who never turns them in.  We know that they never get arrested.  We will [inaudible] tell you some more about these people in a minute.
 
Here's the House of Lords then — this house,
 
The house in Lambeth, c.1850, that was leased by Robert Catesby and used as a base and store by those involved in the Gunpowder Plot ©TopFoto.co.uk/Corporation of London /HIP
 
and the house next door.  They rent this house, and we'll see how, and they first try to dig a tunnel, starting in 1604, but that's really a lot of work.  So eventually they say, "forget this house", "forget the tunnel", they make a new start, and they just say "let's rent the cellar here"; "let's get some huge barrels of gunpowder" (you'll see where) "put them in there, and we'll blow the whole thing up." 
 
The problem with this is, you're gonna blow up everything, right?   King, lords and commons.  There are lots and lots of Catholics that are gonna get killed, lots and lots of Catholics — you know, Catholic lords.  What sense does this make?  If you really wanted to do something, you'd go after Cecil first, because he's the one who's demanding the repression of the Catholics. 
 
But they don't do that, because the whole thing has been created by Cecil.  Now here's an interesting story: Who rented this house, from which they start the entire thing?  This is Sir Dudley Carleton.
 
 
Now, since he did this, do you think they chopped his head off?  Do you think they threw him in the Tower of London, where he never saw the light of day?  Did they deport him?  Did they exile him?  No.
 
He became Ambassador to Venice, then he became the Foreign Secretary [here Tarpley chokes back a laugh] he got about as high as you can get in the government, now, this is an interesting story.
 
If people appear in one plot and they do very badly, like our generals on 9/11, Air Force generals, if they get promoted after that, you really have to wonder what's going on.  Now this is a pattern.  If people show up as bunglers and fools and incompetants in one action, and then they go straight to the top of the government, what do you know?  There's something wrong, and they're really — they're not the people they said they were.
 
Now here's the boss, of course, the most famous patsy of all time.
These words like "guy", "you guys", "Guys & Dolls", that's him.  That word comes into the language: to be a "guy".  How 'bout, uh, "fall guy"?  That's him again: he's the fall guy, he takes the fall.  And "guy wire" — you gotta build your effigy, right? — a huge Guy Fawkes, uh, doll, for the holiday, make those bonfires, you need a "guy wire" to hold him up, he may fall over.  So, we have all this.
 
So, today of course, we have the patsy Bin Laden, and the patsy Atta.  And how about this guy.  Is he a Muslim?  He eats pork, he drinks liquor like a man, he takes cocaine, he lives with a prostitute with orange hair, he loves to beat this woman, and his hobby, or what he does when he gets cross, is he takes the kittens and the cats that this woman holds, and he pulls them apart, and he leaves the body parts scattered over the rug, to try to show that he's angry with her. 
 
Now in those days, it was your own [he says to the crowd in Edinburgh] James I, right?   But he's now the King of England.  The goal of the plot is not ot eliminate him, but to make him do certain things: to keep Cecil as prime minister, to keep oppressing the Catholics, and ultimately to go to war with Spain.  So the plot is going to be blamed on the Pope, and the Jesuits, as you know. 
 
And today, it's Bush.  I hope you don't believe that Bush is a mastermind [General laughter!] Good, that's wonderful.  Whatever they call him — the goal is to make him do certain things.
 
Now, with this guy, his normal tendency, of course, is to do nothing — to be catatonic.  To sit there, he can sit in his office for about half an hour a day, otherwise he's got to sleep 8-10 hours, he got to have 2-3 hours of exercise, entertainment — his work — his work day is about thirty minutes.  So these tendencies give him nothing.  So 9/11 is something that forces him into this hyperactive mode, and then he does things, once he gets going.
 
If you want to know more about Gunpowder, I would interest you in Francis Edwards; he's a Jesuit living in London, elderly, he's written about all the plots in the Elizabethan Period, the Throckmorton, the Ridolfi, a whole bunch of others, he's written about the plots under James I — maybe you know: James I's father [Henry Lord Darnley] was blown up by a bunch of Scottish noblemen in his own castle — that's one — and then James I once claimed that there was a plot called the Gowrie Plot to blow him up.  And he said that he had escaped that.  So, this notion of Gunpowder plots and James, are sewn together.
 
This is another good book you can read, another Jesuit, and they're the ones who take the Catholic side, of course.  Now again you remember that — this whole period, 1559 - 1612, you think it's Elizabeth and James, but it's really the Cecil.  The country has been turned over to the Cecils who are ruling.  And they believe that the only way they can hold power is to play the Protestants against the Catholics, and manipulate both of them that way. 
 
Now today, same idea, you've got to play the Moslems and the Arabs and the Pakistanis against — the rest of the population.  The method is absolutely identical.
 
Here's William Cecil, the elder one.  Shakespeare knows him, Shakespeare hates him.  You know Polonius in Hamlet?  This guy, you know, gives this "good advice" while he's basically prostituting his daughter, he gives these maxims to his son, how to live an upright and righteous life, while he's trying to use his own daughter to get social advancement.
 
Shakespeare knows him, Shakespeare hates him.  Shakespeare of course is a Catholic. He's a Catholic activist, he's a Catholic subversive, he hates these people, because they're oppressing the, uh, the Catholics.
 

Now the right-hand man of William Cecil, we just saw him also in the [inaudible], he's the famous Walsingham.  He's the founder of MI6, the founder of the secret intelligence service, and the interesting thing about him, this is a little sidelight we're gonna have here in the next few minutes, his training is who?  He's trained by the most expert power in secret intelligence matters — Venice! Venice!  The Venetians.  And he was, under Bloody Mary, he was forced to go to Padua, and — and he learned there how to do these things.  And that's the key to all these plots!  the Elizabethan plots, the Jacobean plots, and so forth.  So remember, the head, the founder of the — of MI6, is a Venetian.
 
Now here is Cecil the younger:
 
Now this is also somebody that Shakespeare knows, Shakespeare hates him, he appears as Richard III, the bloody tyrant, the manipulator, he appears as Caliban, the misshapen creature, in The Tempest, to be the hunchback, Shakespeare uses that to get after him, and also Lord Angelum in Measure for Measure, a hypocrite, again he's stout, small, he's — essentially trying to abuse women.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Now here's Elizabeth the First. 
 
 
You see her gown, here?  I don't know if you can see what's on the dress, it's just — the best seats in here are always in the front.  There're some empty seats up here if you want to see the slides better.  But if you look at it, it's "the Rainbow Portrait" — her gown is covered with eyes and ears!  Eyes, and ears.    She presides over a species of state that is based upon surveillance.  Your closed circuit TV,