Friday 26th of February 2021

"it is I, leclerc!"... "man of a thousand faces, every one the same!"...

helga and the boobies

Who could forget this comedy of the 1980/90s, ‘Allo ‘Allo? There we could see René Artois (played by Gordon Kaye) being caught in the French Résistance, playing along like a fool, with Germans acting like fools in that region of foolish France so close to the English Channel that the village was a frequent hiding place for dumb English pilots that got foolishly shot down by the Luftwaffe…


Monsieur Roger LeClerc (played by Jack Haig) was the Resistance's elderly forger, 'master' of disguises and café piano player. He is responsible for delivering to René’s café various goods such as batteries, bombs, and radio equipment. He does this in a variety of disguises, ranging from an onion seller to a lost mountain hiker. On delivery LeClerc always says, "It is I, LeClerc", accompanied by a raising of his glasses, presumably to reveal his identity. He seems to think that he is good at disguise even though he is always instantly recognisable; René once remarks: "Man of a thousand faces, every one the same!" and on another occasion, "I know. It is you. LeClerc." He is also the childhood sweetheart of Madame Fanny, and often pops up out of her bed whenever Fanny says "Ze flashing knobs!", only to be pushed back down.!_characters#Monsieur_Roger_LeClerc



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This was all in good fun, but the reality was a bit more sinister. A lot more sinister.




There is a sealed section at the British intelligence services about a so-called operation Prosper, which was a double-cross disinformation project that either went wrong or was created to go wrong, though it seems to go okay at the beginning. The players were taken for a ride, many people got killed all the while knowningly to MI6 and MI5.


Suttill was born in Mons-en-Barœul near Lille, France, to an English father, William Francis Suttill, and a French mother, Blanche Marie-Louise Degrave. His father managed a textile manufacturing plant in Lille. Suttill studied at Stonyhurst College, Lancashire, England. For the school year 1927/8, he attended the College de Marcq in Mons-en-Barœul, gaining his Baccalauréat. He then read law at the University of Lille and was accepted as an external student at University College London. In 1931, he moved to London to continue his studies and eventually became a barrister at Lincoln's Inn. He married in 1935 and had 2 sons.


In May 1940, he was commissioned into the East Surrey Regiment of the British Army. He was later recruited by the SOE and, after being trained during the summer of 1942, was chosen to found a new resistance network in northern France, based in Paris, with the operational name, Physician. His code name was Prosper and his assumed identity was "François Desprées".


On 24 September 1942, his courier, Andrée Borrel, alias Denise, was parachuted into France to prepare for his arrival. He himself parachuted into France on 1 October 1942 near La Ferté-sous-Jouarre. Suttill and Borrel, posing as brother and sister, travelled around a large part of northern France to start building their network, known in France as Physician-Prosper. They were joined by wireless operators, Gilbert Norman (Archambaud) in November, and Jack Agazarian (Marcel) in December.


During the first half of 1943, the Prosper network grew considerably, covering a large part of northern France, and involving an increasing number of locally recruited agents. There were parachute reception teams in the Ardennes in Belgium, near Falaise in Normandy, three around Le Mans and two around Troyes, soon to be taken over by the Tinker circuit. Also both the Privet circuit around Nantes and the Musician circuit around Saint-Quentin, Aisne were originally part of the Physician circuit. There were two main clusters: one in the Vernon/Beauvais/Meru triangle to the northwest of Paris and the other between Tours, Orléans and Vierzon, an area known as the Sologne between the Loire and Cher rivers.


68 supply operations were flown to these groups, but the location of 35 of those in June 1943 is not known as the relevant files “have been lost”.


Although SOE's policy was that circuits should remain separate from each other, circumstances dictated that almost all of the other circuits sent to northern France in the first half of 1943 had to rely on the Prosper organisation for radio communication with London.


On 15 May 1943, Suttill returned to London for reasons which remain obscure. He was parachuted back in France over Romorantin, now Romorantin-Lanthenay, on 21 May 1943, with another SOE agent, France Antelme.


The sequence of events leading to the arrest of Suttill started on the night of 10/11 June 1943 when some parachuted containers exploded during an operation in the Sologne that alerted the Germans. The local leader, Pierre Culioli, asked Suttill to suspend further parachute operations, but he refused.


Five days later, two SOE agents, John Kenneth Macalister and Frank Pickersgill, were dropped to one of Culioli's receptions. On the morning of 21 June, Culioli and his courier, Yvonne Rudellat, set off with the two agents to catch a train to Paris unaware that the Germans had set up extensive roadblocks during the night. They were caught and the Germans found packages of letters and instructions and radio crystals in the car, two of which were clearly labelled "For Archambaud". This led the Germans to Archambaud, for, as Culioli admitted after the war, he had the address of Archambaud in his briefcase when he was caught.


Culioli was taken to Paris on the evening of 23 June and, shortly after midnight, a German officer pretending to be one of the recently parachuted agents came to the apartment where Norman was staying and he and Borrel were arrested. The apartment was full of false papers and new ID cards were needed because the specification had just been changed. Suttill would in any case have needed a new one as he had changed his address on 19 June. The Germans sent a team to Suttill's new address and he was arrested around the middle of the morning of 24 June when he returned there.[1]


Hundreds of local agents were arrested over the next three months, of whom eighty died or were murdered, mostly in concentration camps.[1]


Suttill was sent to Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin where he was held in solitary confinement in the prison block until he was executed in March 1945. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Order posthumously.


Francis Suttill is honoured on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Memorial at Groesbeek in the Netherlands and also on the Roll of Honour on the Valençay SOE Memorial in Valençay, in the Indre département of France.




The double-cross is that Suttill had been betrayed by the British. A writer, named John Vader, exposed that a certain Déricourt was a double agent in the Prosper réseau. Usually double agents are known by both sides (or in this case three sides: the British, the Germans and the Russians) while those part of the Résistance were being sold out for a greater game.


The files have not been lost. They are sealed forever because there was a traitor amongst the British Intelligence — or even in the Government. We know of the Philby affair.


Harold Adrian Russell "Kim" Philby (1 January 1912 – 11 May 1988) was a high-ranking member of British intelligence who worked as a double agent before defecting to the Soviet Union in 1963. He served as both an NKVD and KGB operative.


In 1963, Philby was revealed to be a member of the spy ring now known as the Cambridge Five, the other members of which were Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess, Anthony Blunt, and John Cairncross. The Cambridge Five were a group of five men dedicated to serving Soviet Russia in the early stages of the Cold War.


These men had the role of espionage, infiltrating American intelligence and providing inside information to the leaders of the Soviet Union. Of the five, Philby is believed to have been most successful in providing secret information to the Soviet Union. Philby was enthusiastic about his mission early on, creating a lifetime relationship with the Soviet Union. His activities were moderated only by Joseph Stalin's fears that he was a triple agent providing Soviet intelligence to British authorities. Philby was an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) from 1946 to 1965, and he was awarded the Order of Lenin in 1965…


Double-cross galore.


We have already mentioned J C Masterman in regard to double cross. If I have studied his operations well, I can say, the Réseau Prosper was not one of his creations.





Gus Leonisky


The bumbling spy that came from hell…

Picture at top: from 'Allo 'Allo, Helga, the German secretary look at the painting...


More to come…



deception went full-bore till today...


J C Masterman:

"The basic idea of the deception policy during 1943 up to the beginning of winter was to 'contain the maximum enemy forces in Europe and the Mediterranean and thus discourage their transfer to the Russian front.' For this purpose numerous threats of landing assisted in these matters. The most important was Operation Starkey… The real purpose of the operation was abandoned…”


Operation Starkey (from : )


Operation Starkey was the invasion that never was. The war years are littered with stories of deception designed to confuse the enemy or to make them believe something that was no more than a figment of the planners' imaginations!  Systematic bombing of selected targets, over several weeks in late August and early September 1943 and an invasion armada of empty ships, were the key elements. 

An ever-increasing amount of information is now easily accessible in the public domain about D Day, the invasion of France on 6 June 1944. However, the same cannot be said about the events of the previous summer of 1943. The ambitious plan, code named ' Operation Starkey', was to use British and Canadian troops, the Royal Navy and the Air Forces of Britain and the United States, in preparations described as 'consistent with an assault on Boulogne'. The insertion of the word 'consistent' introduces the element of deception into the planning and execution of the operation.

Boulogne was among the most heavily-defended parts of the Pas de Calais region of Northern France. The planned operation was primarily a feint but with an eye on the prospect of it becoming an actuality 'should the circumstances become propitious'. This might happen, for example, if the enemy's hold over that part of the Continent showed signs of disintegrating. The opportunity would then exist to turn play-acting into reality.





Major General Sir Frederick Morgan prepared operation Overlord to appear as a feint in 1944 in Normandy. In order to do so it appears that some réseau of résistance had to be sacrificed and knowingly infiltrated by Germans. This is where double agents were used.


Masterman was not in charge of the demise of the Prosper network. There was nonetheless, someone at MI6 (probably) allowing a certain Déricourt to play a very murky double game between SIS (British Secret Intelligence Service — MI6) and the SD (Sicherheitsdienst — SS security section, Schatzsaffel, Himmler’s military force), which cost many résistants’ lives in order to maintain the uncertainty of deception. At one stage, British handlers of messages to the French résistance knew that the information was actually received by the Germans that had infiltrated the réseaux, thus the information was somewhat deceitful and revealing of the Resistance.


For Operation Starkey, it appears the secret messages that the “invasion” of France by the British allies was on in 1943, had been sent via the BBC, but the intent was to divide the German forces.




Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick Edgworth Morgan KCB(5 February 1894 – 19 March 1967) was a senior officer of the British Army who fought in both world wars. He is best known as the chief of staff to the Supreme Allied Commander (COSSAC), the original planner of Operation Overlord.


A graduate of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Morgan was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Royal Field Artillery in 1913. During the First World War he served on the Western Front as an artillery subaltern and staff officer. Afterwards he served two long tours with the British Army in India.


Shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939, Morgan was promoted to brigadier and assumed command of the 1st Support Group of the 1st Armoured Division, which he led during the Battle of France. In May 1942 he became a lieutenant-general and given command of I Corps. Morgan's headquarters was designated Force 125, and given the task of dealing with a German thrust through Spain to Gibraltar that never occurred. In March 1943 he was appointed chief of staff to the Supreme Allied Commander (Designate), or COSSAC. As COSSAC he directed the planning for Operation Overlord. When General Dwight D. Eisenhower became Supreme Allied Commander, Major General Bedell Smith became chief of staff at Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force(SHAEF), while Morgan became deputy chief of staff.


After the war, Morgan served as Chief of Operations for the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration(UNRRA) in Germany until his position in Germany was eliminated following publication of "off the record" comments concerning alleged incompetence and corruption within UNRRA, including the alleged diverting of UNRRA resources to support of Zionist ambitions in Palestine. In 1951, Morgan became Controller of Atomic Energy, and was present for Operation Hurricane, the first British atomic weapons tests at the Montebello Islands in 1952. His position was abolished in 1954 with the creation of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority but he remained as Controller of Nuclear Weapons until 1956.




Operation Hurricane was the first test of a British atomic device. A plutonium implosion device was detonated on 3 October 1952 in the lagoon in the Monte Bello Islands in Western Australia. With the success of Operation Hurricane, Britain became the third nuclear power after the United States and the Soviet Union.


During the Second World War, Britain commenced a nuclear weapons project, known as Tube Alloys, but the 1943 Quebec Agreement merged it with the American Manhattan Project. Several key British scientists worked on the Manhattan Project, but after the war the Americans ended cooperation on nuclear weapons. In January 1947, a cabinet sub-committee decided, in response to an apprehension of American isolationism and fears of Britain losing its great power status, to resume British efforts to build nuclear weapons. The project was called High Explosive Research, and was directed by Charles Portal, 1st Viscount Portal of Hungerford, with William Penney in charge of bomb design.




Here one has to say that following this experiment and that of Maralinga later on, many Australian kids developed thyroid problems and some of them died. On this site, there is a record of the Queensland hospital mortuary.



In regard to making the atom bomb, the race during WW2 was fierce... We all know w(e should) about the Dambusters... But this was one of the many battles fought to make sure Germany did not get the atom bomb before anyone else... Presently the "atom bomb" problem is still as bad as ever with about 27,000 warheads (some with multiple atom bombs) in the whole wide world...




“Prior to the German invasion of Norway on 9 April 1940, the Deuxième Bureau (French military intelligence) removed 185 kg (408 lb) of heavy water (D2O — D being a hydrogen isotope with one neutron) from the plant in Vemork in then-neutral Norway. The plant's managing director, Aubert, agreed to lend the heavy water to France for the duration of the war. The French transported it secretly to Oslo, to Perth, Scotland, and then to France. The plant remained capable of producing heavy water.” “The Allies remained concerned that the occupation forces would use the facility to produce more heavy water for their weapons programme. Between 1940 and 1944, a sequence of sabotage actions, by the Norwegian resistance movement—as well as Allied bombing—ensured the destruction of the plant and the loss of the heavy water produced. These operations—codenamed Grouse, Freshman, and Gunnerside—finally managed to knock the plant out of production in early 1943.” “These actions were followed by Allied bombing raids. The Germans elected to cease operation and remove the remaining heavy water to Germany. Norwegian resistance forces sank the ferry, SF Hydro, on Lake Tinn, preventing the heavy water from being removed.”  Wikipedia




Why the Soviet nuclear arsenal stayed secure as the nation collapsed.

A professor of management science and engineering explains how cooperation between U.S. and Russian scientists helped prevent a post-Cold War catastrophe.

August 04, 2016

By Clifton B. Parker


When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the worry in the West was what would happen to that country’s thousands of nuclear weapons. Would “loose” nukes fall into the hands of terrorists, rogue states, criminals – and plunge the world into a nuclear nightmare? Fortunately, scientists and technical experts in both the U.S. and the former Soviet Union rolled up their sleeves to manage and contain the nuclear problem in the dissolving Communist country.


One of the leaders in this relationship was Stanford engineering professor Siegfried Hecker, who served as a director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory before coming to Stanford as a senior fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation. He is a world-renowned expert in plutonium science, global threat reduction and nuclear security.


Hecker cited one 1992 meeting with Russian scientists in Moscow who were clearly concerned about the risks. In his new book, "Doomed to Cooperate: How American and Russian scientists joined forces to avert some of the greatest post-Cold War nuclear dangers", Hecker quoted one Russian expert as saying, “We now need to be concerned about terrorism.”


Earning both scientific and political trust was a key, said Hecker. The Russians were proud of their scientific accomplishments and highly competent in the nuclear business – and they sought to show this to the Americans scientists, who became very confident in their Russian counterparts’ technical capabilities as they learned more about their nuclear complex and toured the labs.


Economic collapse, political turmoil


But the nuclear experts faced an immense problem. The Soviets had about 39,000 nuclear weapons in their country and in Eastern Europe and about 1.5 million kilograms of plutonium and highly enriched uranium (the fuel for nuclear bombs), Hecker said. Consider that the bomb that the U.S. dropped on the Japanese city of Nagasaki in 1945 was only six kilograms of plutonium, he added. Meanwhile, the U.S. had about 25,000 nuclear weapons in the early 1990s.


Hecker and the rest of the Americans were deeply concerned about the one million-plus Russians who worked in nuclear facilities. Many faced severe financial pressure in an imploding society and thus constituted a huge potential security risk. “The challenge that Russia faced with its economy collapsing was enormous,” he said in an interview.


The Russian scientists, Hecker said, were motivated to act responsibly because they realized the awful destruction that a single nuclear bomb could wreak. Hecker noted that one Russian scientist told him, “We arrived in the nuclear century all in one boat, and a movement by anyone will affect everyone.” Hecker noted, “Therefore, you know, we were doomed to work together to cooperate.”


All of this depended on the two governments involved easing nuclear tensions while allowing the scientists to collaborate. In short order, the scientists developed mutual respect and trust to address the loose nukes scenario.


The George H.W. Bush administration launched nuclear initiatives to put the Russian government at ease. For example, it took the nuclear weapons off U.S. Navy surface ships and some of its nuclear weapons off alert to allow the Russians to do the same. The U.S. Congress passed the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction legislation, which helped fund some of the loose nuke containment efforts.


While those were positive measures, Hecker said, it was ultimately the cooperation among scientists, what they called lab-to-lab-cooperation, that allowed the two former superpower enemies to “get past the sensitivity barriers” and make “the world a safer place.”


Since the end of the Cold War, no significant nuclear event has occurred as a result of the dissolution of the Soviet Union and its nuclear complex, Hecker noted.


Lesson: cooperation counts


One lesson from it all, Hecker said, is that government policymakers need to understand that scientists and engineers can work together and make progress toward solving difficult, dangerous problems.


“We don’t want to lose the next generation from understanding what can actually be done by working together,” he said. “So, we want to demonstrate to them, Look, this is what was done when the scientists were interested and enthusiastic and when the government gave us enough room to be able to do that.”


Hecker said this scientific cooperation extended to several thousand scientists and engineers at the Russian sites and at U.S. nuclear labs – primarily the three defense labs: Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, and Sandia national laboratories. Many technical exchanges and visits between scientists in Russia and the United States took place.


He recalled visiting some of the nuclear sites in Russian cities shrouded by mystery. “These cities were so secret, they didn’t even appear on Soviet maps.”


Change of threat


When the Soviet Union collapsed, the nature of the nuclear threat changed, Hecker said. The threat before was one of mutual annihilation, but now the threat changed to what would happen if nuclear assets were lost, stolen or somehow evaded the control of the government.


“From an American perspective we referred to these as the ‘four loose nuclear dangers,'” he said.


This included securing the loose nukes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe; preventing nuclear materials or bomb fuel from getting into the wrong hands; the human element involving the people who worked in the Soviet nuclear complex; and finally, the “loose exports” problem of someone trying to sell nuclear materials or technical components to overseas groups like terrorists or rogue nations.


For Hecker, this is not just an American story. It is about a selfless reconciliation with a longtime enemy for the greater global good, a relationship not corrupted by ideological or nationalistic differences, but one reflective of mutual interests of the highest order.


“The primary reason,” he said, “why we didn’t have a nuclear catastrophe was the Russian nuclear workers and the Russian nuclear officials. Their dedication, their professionalism, their patriotism for their country was so strong that it carried them through these times in the 1990s when they often didn’t get paid for six months at a time … The nuclear complex did its job through the most trying times. And it was a time when the U.S. government took crucial conciliatory measures with the new Russian Federation and gave us scientists the support to help make the world a safer place.”


Siegfried Hecker, professor of management science and engineering at Stanford University




But we're not out of the woods yet...


Here we must investigate Darpa and Jason...



An uncensored look into DARPA, the US government’s secretive agency, reveals exactly how the brain of the military industrial complex operates. Utilizing the super-scientific intellects of men, the agency may have stumbled upon the ultimate code to utterly control the human race, making all other DoD achievements pale in comparison.

DARPA’s arms reach far and wide – touching universities, small businesses, the public, of course, and also the established media. Despite its collaborative success, the brain running the show is acutely flawed, for its aim is not to protect and serve, but to control.

As George Orwell once pointed out, “All the war-propaganda, all the screaming and lies and hatred, comes invariably from people who are not fighting.” It comes from the minds of men hell-bent on creating a controllable population through a New World Order.

DARPA has been credited with creating the internet, global positioning devices, and as investigative journalist Annie Jacobson describes it, “the future.” For anyone (Gus in 2005:  who has lurked on DARPA’s pages, they only hint at the sci-fi reality that the list of alphabet agencies it employs, create. Operation Paperclip and Area 51 are just the beginning of secrets that DARPA continues to smother while creating bullets that can change direction mid-flight, high-energy liquid-laser systems, robotic pack animals, flying trucks, and drones that can stay airborne for years — but even these do not reveal the true workings of the Pentagon’s dysfunctional aims, supported by the JASON scientists.

In an interview describing DARPA’s omniscient presence Jacobson says that,

“. . .those who follow conspiracy theorists probably know that the JASON scientists are considered to be right up there with the Illuminati, in terms of, you know people see them as these wizards behind the curtain doing all these bad things. . .”

A deeper investigation into the JASON Group reveals that they may be even more important than the Bilderberg group as far as controlling worldly chaos.

Jacobson goes on to say that she interviewed one of the co-founders of the JASON physicists, Martin Goldberger, who was an adviser to the Pentagon for decades. It is thought that he and other scientists discovered a secret code for the human brain. The implications of this discovery are enormous, considering that DARPA has inserted itself into nearly every aspect of our daily lives.

For a tease for how this kind of discovery could be used to control humanity, consider this headline, which doesn’t refer directly to humans, but to computers designed to behave like us:

Soon We Won’t Program Computers, We Will Train Them Like Dogs

Though there is little data to prove that these scientists indeed found a code which would control human thought, the JASON scientists have been linked to the creation of sinister secret government programs that further the aims of the Illuminati.

Among these men, there are CIA ties, links to private corporations paid trillions to create defense technologies, and…

“… stronger links to the defense industry than the roughly 1,600 Pilgrims Societymembers of which ISGP has put together biographies until this point. That says something. It says that unless something changed in the past 30 years (the last fullPilgrims Society list dates to 1980), high technology and the defense industry remain the domain of the CIA and the Pentagon – not of the liberal eastern establishment running the CFR, Bilderberg and the Trilateral Commission.”

The JASON scientists are essentially considered the best and brightest, paid to conduct research on the cabal’s destructive aims. Among its members are:

Luis W. Alvarez – responsible for helping to create detonators for the ‘fat man’ during the Manhattan Project. He also x-rayed the Great Pyramid of Giza to try to find hidden chambers. He received a Nobel Prize and helped to publish a paper that theorized the dinosaurs were wiped out by an asteroid over 65 million years ago. He was well known early in his career for his work in optics and cosmic rays – some of the same areas of interest which caught inventor Nikola Tesla’s attention.Lewis M Branscomb – This scientist received the Vannevar Bush Award of the National Science Board and the Rockefeller Public Service Award in 1957. The Rockefeller family is well known for its funding of think tanks, academia, government, and private business with the well-established goal of depopulating the planet. It is thought that this single foundation is greatly responsible for establishing the Trilateral Commission.Sidney D. Drell – Known among government circles in his time for greatly influencing decisions made about the US’ nuclear weapons arsenal. He was a member of the National Security Council. He has also worked closely with Jacob Rothschild, and was a co-founder of the Jason Group.Murray Gell-Mann – A member of the CFR and the Masonic-based Royal Society of London. This is a center of the international banking cabal. Gell-Mann often advised the US government on population growth. Dr. Gell-Mann was listed on the United Nations Environmental Program Roll of Honor for Environmental Achievement, the very same international agency known for promoting the elimination of us ‘useless eaters.’

These are but a handful of the ‘brilliant’ minds which have led our world toward imminent doom, operating as the dysfunctional brain of DARPA, the Pentagon’s deluded consciousness.

Others have helped to create worldwide spying devices, deconstructed UFOs, and kept the true aims of our government’s black-budget projects just out of our understanding. The world-wide spying machine may not yet have unearthed a way to control our every thought, but there is speculation that even this technology has already been discovered. These men of the JASON Group are likely nothing more than war criminals, but their brains are running the show.

About the Author

Nathaniel Mauka is a researcher of the dark side of government and exopolitics, and a staff writer for Waking Times.





Extra interesting notes:

Gorden Kaye's autobiography, René and Me: An Autobiography (co-written with Hilary Bonner), was published in 1989. In the book, he described his experiences as a shy, gay, overweight, typecast youth. The unusual spelling of his name (usually spelt "Gordon") was the result of a British Actors' Equity Association typing error.


Kaye suffered serious head injuries in a car accident whilst driving his Honda CRX, during the Burns' Day storm on 25 January 1990. Although he could not remember any details of the incident, he retained a scar on his forehead from a piece of wooden advertising hoarding that had smashed through the car windscreen. Writing in his memoirs, 'Allo 'Allo! co-writer Jeremy Lloyd said he visited Kaye in hospital, adding, "I believe part of his recovery was due to his agent getting a video and showing reruns of 'Allo 'Allo! to remind him who he was."[1] While recovering in hospital from emergency brain surgery to treat injuries sustained in the accident, Kaye was photographed and interviewed by Sunday Sport journalist Roger Ordish. He sued the newspaper, but the Court of Appeal held, in Kaye v Robertson, that there was no remedy in English law for an invasion of privacy.


The case involved actor Gorden Kaye, while he was recovering from brain surgery, and two journalists from the Sunday Sport who posed as doctors and took photographs of him in his room at the hospital. Kaye attempted to obtain an order to restrain publication of the photographs.

Kaye died in a care home on 23 January 2017, at the age of 75 in Knaresborough. His funeral was held at Huddersfield Parish Church on 17 February 2017. His co-stars from 'Allo 'Allo! Vicki Michelle, Sue Hodge, and Kim Hartman attended, as did Ken Morley from Coronation Street, who gave a tribute. The unofficial Yorkshire anthem "On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at" was sung at the service.




The Burns' Day Storm (also known as Cyclone Daria) was an extremely violent windstorm that took place on 25–26 January 1990 over north-western Europe. It is one of the strongest European windstorms on record. This storm has received different names as there is no official list of such events in Europe. [3] Starting on the birthday of Scottish poet Robert Burns, it caused widespread damage and hurricane-force winds over a wide area. The storm was responsible for 47 deaths (according to the Met Office), although figures have ranged from 89 to over 100.


Casualties were much higher than those of the Great Storm of 1987, because the storm hit during the daytime. The storm caused extensive damage, with approximately 3 million trees downed, power disrupted to over 500,000 homes and severe flooding in England and West Germany. The storm cost insurers in the UK £3.37 billion, the UK's most expensive weather event to insurers.[8] Most of the deaths were caused by collapsing buildings or falling debris. In one case in Sussex, a class of children was evacuated just minutes before their school building collapsed. Actor Gorden Kaye was also injured during the storm, when a plank of an advertising board was blown through his car's windscreen.[9]


"The Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies" by Van Klomp (pictured at top), better known as The Fallen Madonna, is a valuable portrait whose location and genuineness is a key concern to other characters, the original changing hands regularly as well as various fake copies. Early in the 'Allo 'Allo series its also referred as The Reclining Madonna.


The Fallen Madonna, among other valuable items such as the Cracked Vase with the Big Daisies, a cuckoo clock and gold bars, regularly recurs throughout all of the series. The paintings are often hidden in sausages or other guises.


To much confusion, no one ever knew who had the original. Fake copies were forged to make one or several characters believe they possessed the real original painting. Once, Herr Flick managed to get hold of three copies and commented: "I have three paintings with six big boobies!"[2]. Numerous times the fake copies were also destroyed, either by accident or purpose[3]. At some point new forgeries were made by Lt. Gruber, because of his "leanings" towards art skills.



more to come...




of fake moustaches...


"It is I, LeClerc!” 
When this old fool (read from top), believe he was a master of disguise, reveals himself to friends, the difference is that there is no difference, apart from a small feature like a hat, a fake beard or simply a bit of rouge on the cheeks…
To me, this was the epitome of what ‘Allo ‘Allo was about. Satire with sexism, patriotism and a lot of other-isms that would make our modern politically correct rectum explode. It was not anti-French, nor anti-German, nor anti-British — and not even anti-war. 
Like Hogan’s Heroes, where the Germans are portrayed as bumbling idiots and the allies as smart operators, it was a release valve of comedy to let the highly charged steam of war dissipate and let a bit of peaceful fresh air into our homes, with delusions about the superiority of our trousers.
But the realities were quite different. People lost their lives and many victims were maimed for life. People got betrayed. War is a horrible thing...

The German war machine was quite extraordinarily powerful. We know this. 
In hindsight, many mistakes were made and some of these mistake were deliberate, as a matter to fool the enemy on all sides. It is impossible to relate all the pieces of this gigantic deadly game of chess, but to look at a few pieces, especially those that were “sacrificed” without knowing they were being sacrificed. They believe in the integrity of the intent, while they were deceived to serve a greater long game.

Charles Wighton in a biography of Jacques Weil wrote “…Equally no one has ever been in a position to explain the betrayed and condemned members of the French Resistance why staff officers in London continued to communicate, as though nothing had happened, with radio sets which it was almost certain were being operated by the Abwehr and the SD”… Wighton concluded that the sacrifice of the resistance (by the British Intelligence Services) were deliberate in order to feed false information to the Germans in Paris during 1943 to save many thousands of British and American lives…
This was a bitter pill to swallow by some of the French résistance, who got caught, tortured and then shot by firing squads. As well, it was long suspected that there were highly ranked officers in MI6 that were “traitors” to the British cause, complicated matters. 
A lot of the deception was performed through double agents, who were specially trained in the art of psychological bullshit and truth. It was up to their respective handlers in Germany and in England to decipher the garbage and add more deception to the transfers via other means.
This psychological warfare was as important as guns and bullets. In Hogan’s Heroes, Sergeant Schultz fears being sent to the “Russian front”. Although we don’t know which period H’s H was set at, the Russian campaign was the most deadly of the entire WW2. It appears that the Russians were begging for the start of a Western front in Europe. The German army was winning in Russia at a horrible cost, but it was winning. With a whiff of a Western front, The Germans had to hold back armed divisions in order to contain such eventuality. This led to their defeat in a massive tank battle at Prokhorovka. Some English writers tend to dismiss the Russian victory there, as something or another, trying to belittle the Russians, but the Russians fought like hell. More deceit by some Poms.

Meanwhile the Germans were using their own psychological manipulations to stir patriotic fervour of some countries against the Russians. The Poles and the Ukrainians hated the commies, thus many of them turned to German fascism. They became Nazis, in a blase of glory to defeat the Russians — and we know that there are still many Nazis in Ukraine. This time, in 2014, these Nazis were used by the USA to overthrow a Russian-leaning government in Ukraine.
The Russians lost many young men in WW2 and the Russian population has not fully recovered yet from this tragedy.
Meanwhile, on the forth of July 1943, General Sikorski, commander-in-chief of the Polish Army and Prime Minister of the Polish government in exile, and several anti-communist leaders got killed in an air crash. His death raised controversies revolves around the B-24 crash in Gibraltar. Sikorski's Liberator II crashed off Gibraltar almost immediately after take off, with the plane's pilot being the only survivor. The catastrophe, while officially classified as an accident, has led to several conspiracy theories that persist to this day, and often propose that the crash was an assassination, which has variously been blamed on the Soviets, British, Nazis or even a dissenting Polish faction. The incident is still described by some historians as mysterious, and since 2008 it has been under an investigation by the Polish Institute of National Remembrance, ongoing as of July 2013.
Here we must parallel the attempt on General de Gaulle’s life in the same year:
On 21 April 1943, de Gaulle was scheduled to fly in a Wellington bomber to Scotland to inspect the Free French Navy. On take-off, the bomber's tail dropped, and the plane nearly crashed into the airfield's embankment. Only the skill of the pilot, who became aware of the sabotage on takeoff saved them. On inspection, it was found that aeroplane's separator rod had been sabotaged, using acid.
Britain's MI6 investigated the incident, but no one was ever apprehended. Publicly, blame for the incident was cast on German intelligence, however behind closed doors de Gaulle blamed the Western Allies, and later told colleagues that he no longer had confidence in them.

With the Russian forces making more rapid advances into German-held territory than the Allies, there was a sudden public realisation that the Soviet Union was about to dominate large parts of eastern Europe. In fact, at the Cairo and Tehran Conferences in 1943 Britain and America had already agreed to allow Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary to fall under the Soviet sphere of influence after the war, with shared influence in Yugoslavia. The UK was to retain hegemony over Greece, although there had been no agreement over Poland, whose eastern territories were already in Soviet hands under the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact with Germany, and which retained a government in exile in London. De Gaulle had not been invited to any of the 'Big Three' Conferences, although the decisions made by Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt in dividing up Europe were of huge importance to France.
Why would the “allies” try to eliminate important leaders? Good questions… At the level of high psychopathic politics, especially in regard to the most deceitful country on the planet, the USA, One cannot build an empire with strong voices in the vassal countries. Sikorski and de Gaulle were annoying forces in the next step of making Europe a full dependent of the USA. The game is still played today. Trump is only a mouthpiece for these US dominating entities, with his own boorish style of course. Hillary would have done the same crap, with a feministic methodist touch like when they killed Gaddafi — after she destroyed Libya.
We swim in deception and LeClerc makes us laugh… because we laugh at his foolish attempt at deception as if we were clever to spot it, while we see nothing of the rest — the dark DARK, REALLY DARK rest run by our psychopathic governments.

See also:

"The Age of Deceit"


the demise of prosper... the unofficial version...

In his book "The Prosper Double-Cross" — a factual history mystery of French resistance", John Vader exposes witness accounts of the "self-destruction" of Prosper which was organised from England. What puzzled them was Prosper's new attitude after his last visit to London. But far more than this change of moods, was the fact that GERMAN SOLDIERS WERE ASSISTING SOE MEN (and later on also assisted Canadians spies) when parachuting in France in 1943... to be later arrested in Paris... As well, it appears that the "official reports" were falsified... As well, Vader mentions Philby's pro Nazi attitude, then ... 


It seems that Suttill (Prosper — also known as François) learnt of (or guessed) this double dealing in his last visit to London and knew he and his troops were going to be sacrificed, but he still had to play the game of deception designed to confused the Germans about the intent of the allies, leaving no choice for the Germans to prepare for a Western front in Europe. Here are fragments of knowledge about the way the "Prosper" stint had been deliberately exposed by England:




The rest is more corroboration. The official version is still under lock and key — never to be seen. Double Crosses are rarely exposed, except by accident or carelessness. Participants tend to die.


See the "complete" original: