July 9, 2011
Sam Cam’s City & Guilds lesbian raves and The Case of the Folded Spook
Abel Danger believes that Crown Agents’ Sister Samantha Cameron used Matrix 5 continuity of government authorities to organize a City & Guilds lesbian rave where GCHQ / MI6 spook Gareth Williams was folded to death to prevent him from exposing Livery Company or high net worth pedophiles who allegedly launder money through D2 Banking family offices at Canada Square, Canary Wharf.
Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks
Sam Cam, Rebekah Brooks and Elizabeth Murdoch in The Case of the Folded Spook
MI6 Worker's Body 'Padlocked Shut' In Bag
Sam Cam City & Guilds hero-director
The murder of Gareth Williams in August 2010, was allegedly the result of an ultra vires delegation of Continuity of Government authority via the Lord President of the Council to the occupants of Number 10# Downing Street"The Queen has the power to invite anyone to form a government in her name. Generally this is the head of the party that wins the election. The government is her government, as she is head of state. She has the right to summon any member of the government to consult her on issues. She also holds a weekly meeting with her Prime Minister, where she is informed of all matters of state. She has the right to advise, consult, and warn the government on all matters. She can also dismiss the government, and the parliament. And parliament can not start its business for the session without her opening it. She also is the person to declare war. She has the right to pardon criminals."
“2. Samantha Cameron (nee ‘Snowy’ Sheffield) [Revised July 9, 2011. Matrix 5 wife of the allegedly extorted man-in-the-middle Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron; evidence she plays a centuries-old role as ‘Mistress of the Revels’ or ‘agente provocatrice’ for lesbian or pedophile raves where witnesses are hired to entrap and extort future leaders; evidence her mother, Viscountess Astor, provided such services with the Kray Twins in Astor-Club London of the ‘60s; evidence her ancestor Nell Gwynn provided such services to the court of King Charles II; evidence she provided such services with Tricky’s Massive Attack group to Cameron’s Bullingdon Boys; evidence that her family entrapped David Cameron in a filmed pedophile rave at some time between his introduction to a tradition of pedophile rape and torture (beatings) at Eton College, through his work as a ‘Shipjumper’ with Jardine Fleming in Hong Kong, through his drunken property-smashing orgies at Oxford University’s oath taking Bullingdon Club, through his role in advising HSBC-Rothschild bankers how to create the Alliance of Small Island States in 1990 for man-in-the-middle propaganda attacks on the English Speaking Peoples, and, his Black Wednesday sabotage of the U.K. Treasury on 16 September 1992 when the pound sterling was withdrawn from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism in an alleged conspiracy between the Cameron Family and George Soros who had become a WWII extortionist at a mere 14 years of age and, nearly 50 years later, made US$1 billion profit by short selling sterling; evidence she worked with Rebekah Brooks and Elisabeth Murdoch in the '90s on the development of man-in-the-middle propaganda attacks on extorted leaders of industrialized societies to promote the ‘Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming Causes Sea Rising and Flooding of Small Islands in the Age of Stupid’ myth and thereby justify a global tax on breath; Samantha Cameron graduated from City & Guilds’ Camberwell College of Arts; she is the former creative director of Smythson where she allegedly tracked and moved victims of pedophile and lesbian snuff-film raves with dual-use City & Guilds products or services such as leather & skin passport covers (Leathersellers), Menzies Aviation cargo and passenger handling systems (Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators and Information Technologists) and Newspaper Distribution (Stationers and Newspapermakers); she was allegedly alerted by her City & Guilds lesbian agents that Gareth Williams had enrolled at Central St Martin’s College of Art and Design in London and appeared to have hacked into Matrix 5 AOSIS network which she had helped to set up to launder CO2e money through her family office at D2 Banking Canada Square, Canary Wharf; evidence she procured a continuity of government authority to organize an illegal rave from Miriam Clegg, the Spanish wife of extorted man-in-the-middle Lord President of Council, Nick Clegg; evidence she used that authority to organize a City & Guilds lesbian rave at which Gareth Williams died; evidence, unfortunately for her, that various young non-professional actors associated with the Matrix 5 lesbian community in City & Guilds, left clues sufficient for Abel Danger to solve the Case of the Folded Spook! ”
“[Inference that the Gareth Williams crime scene was staged as a snuff-film rave by students, alumni or faculty linked to City & Guilds Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design] The Telegraph .. MI6 spy found dead in bag: Gareth Williams visited bondage websites, drag cabaret and gay bars A British spy whose naked body was found padlocked into a sports bag in the bath of his flat in central London had been visiting bondage websites and drag clubs and had a £15,000 collection of women’s designer clothing, police have disclosed. By Duncan Gardham, Security Correspondent 11:16AM GMT 22 Dec 2010 Officers investigating the death of Gareth Williams, a GCHQ code breaker who was on secondment to MI6, have released details of his unusual private life and explained the extraordinary riddle that surrounds his death. While the death is officially described as “suspicious” rather than murder, officers also released e-fits of a Mediterranean couple that visited the flat a few weeks later and let themselves in with a key. Det Chief Supt Hamish Campbell, the head of Scotland Yard’s murder squad, said he was aware that the details would be “embarrassing, hurtful and distressing” for Mr Williams’s family but said they supported the appeal for anyone that had encountered him in the nightclubs, online or at women’s clothing shops to come forward. “We are very sure that someone else was in that flat. We want to know the circumstances when you would leave somebody in that position, by accident or design,” he added. Det Chief Insp Jacqueline Sebire, who is leading the inquiry, described Mr Williams, 31, from Anglesey in North Wales, as an “intensely private person” who had kept his lifestyle hidden from friends and family. His body was found in a red North Face holdall on August 23 after he failed to turn up to work at MI6’s headquarters at Vauxhall Cross in London. Inside the flat, police found half a dozen boxes with neatly folded, apparently unused women’s designer clothing and shoes, along with a number of wigs. The clothing had been bought online and in smart shops in London’s West End, starting in 2008 and going up until a few weeks before Mr Williams died. They were all in small sizes that would have fitted Mr Williams, who was 5ft 8ins tall and weighed around 9st. The labels included Stella McCartney, Christopher Kane and Christian Louboutin shoes, and the collection came to around £15,000. Mr Williams was not in debt, police said, and there were no signs that unaccounted sums of money had been paid in or left his bank account. Unknown to his family and colleagues, Mr Williams had also attended two, six to eight week courses in fashion design for beginners at the prestigious Central St Martin’s College of Art and Design in London during evenings and weekends, one in 2010 and one in 2009, passing both courses. Mr Williams had recently visited the West Coast of the US for his work which involved working on computers and intercept techniques, and had combined the trip with a fly-drive holiday. He arrived back in Britain on Wednesday August 11 and two days later he went to the Bistrotheque restaurant and bar in Bethnal Green, East London to watch Jimmy Woo, a drag artist. CCTV recovered later showed him wearing cream trousers and a blue t-shirt. “He went alone and left alone,” DCI Sebire said. “He chatted to people at the event but it was nothing other than small talk.” The spy also had two single tickets for two other drag acts at the Vauxhall Tavern in South London, not far from MI6 headquarters, for each of the following weekends. A single witness has also said they chatted to him at a gay bar called Barcode in Vauxhall in May, although police have been unable to trace any sexual partners, either heterosexual or homosexual. However examination of his personal laptop and personal mobile phone showed that he had visited five separate bondage websites, beginning with a search on the encyclopedia site Wikipedia and followed up with the sites hogtie.com, boundanna.com, artofconstriction.com and likera.com. The evidence recovered from the computer and phone does not show whether he chatted to anyone online, but some of the sites had chat forums, police said. The sites were said to be primarily pictures of women and “how to guides” and Mr Williams visited them on only four occasions between the end of 2009 and a few weeks before he died. There was no sign that he had visited any pornographic websites.”
"[Inference from the selection of ‘flimsy’ cutouts – Russian Mafia, S&M and X-dressers – that Williams crime scene was staged as a snuff-film rave by drama students, alumni or faculty linked to City & Guilds Livery Companies] Did the Russian mafia kill MI6 agent Gareth Williams? Source claims Williams was working on system to foil Russian money-laundering By Eliot Sefton June 26, 2011 MI6 agent Gareth Williams, who was found dead zipped into a holdall in his London flat last year, was working on technology designed to thwart money-laundering by the Russian mafia. The claim, made by an unnamed source in the Mail on Sunday, has sparked off yet another theory about how and why the 31-year-old died: that he was assassinated by a Russian gang to stop his work in its tracks. The source said: "He was involved in a very sensitive project with the highest security clearance. He was not an agent doing surveillance, but was very much part of the team, working on the technology side, devising stuff like software. "A knock-on effect of this technology would be that a number of criminal groups in Russia would be disrupted. Some of these powerful criminal networks have links with, and employ, former KGB agents who can track down people like Williams." The Russian mafia theory is just the latest in a series which have failed to explain Williams's death. At first, police were said to be working on the theory that he had died when a bondage sex game went wrong. This was quickly questioned, with the suggestion that Williams had been murdered – and the bondage gear had been planted by his killer to throw investigators off the scent. Next, Williams's uncle suggested that stories Williams was secretly gay, visited drag bars and had an extensive collection of designer women's dresses were indeed a smokescreen – but one planted by the government. In January this year, it was suggest that he had died in a bizarre accident brought about when he zipped himself into the bag as part of an art project. The Russian mafia story may be flimsy - but it's at least more credible than that outlandish theory.” ... “The Telegraph [Lines of credit to Barclay Twins controlled by Crown Agents Sisters] MI6 spy Gareth Williams: keys found under body inside the holdall Detectives investigating the death of the MI6 spy Gareth Williams have disclosed that keys to the padlock on the sports bag were found inside the North Face holdall, underneath Mr Williams’s naked body. By Duncan Gardham, Security Correspondent 3:12PM GMT 22 Dec 2010 There was no sign of disturbance in the flat and nothing appears to be missing, however police found four mobile phones [Worshipful Information Technologists D2 Banking], none of which have helped them locate his killer. Despite that, forensic examination at the flat has found traces of unidentified individuals. A Mediterranean couple visited the block of four flats in Pimlico late one Friday or Saturday evening and were let into the hallway by a neighbour, to whom they suggested that they were visiting a man called Pierre Paulo [first names of the City & Guilds’ much-admired pedophile/lesbian snuff-film director, the late pedophile Pierre Paulo Pasolini, who saved a fellow (?) MI6 agent Mussolini from assassination and was a contemporary of the late Dine de Laurentiis, director of Hannibal starring the City & Guilds-trained Anthony Hopkins] in Mr Williams flat and had keys to let themselves into his flat.”
"[Evidence that some City & Guilds ‘wannabee’ movie makers and actors are enamored of gratuitous snuff-film violence associated with the Case of the Folded Spook] Bangalore Film Society @ 1 Shanthiroad Presents Lectures and Film screenings Italian Films @1Shanthiroad Studio/Gallery #1, Shanthi road, Shanthi nagar, Bangalore-560 027 Saturday 9th Oct 2010, 6pm 6pm - 6.30pm: introduction by Roberto Cavallini 6-30pm - 8pm: screening of Pier Paolo Pasolini's 'Hawks and Sparrows' (1966). 8pm - 8.30: final comments and discussion Synopsis THE HAWKS AND THE SPARROWS, a wild comic fable, stars the beloved stone faced clown Toto as an Italian everyman, and Ninetto Davoli as his good natured but empty headed son. Pasolini uses a comic crow, which philosophizes amusingly and pointedly about the passing scene, as a counterpoint to the performers, representing humanity, as they progress down the road of life. Pasolini presents a tragic fable which shows two delightful innocents caught, like many Italians, between the Church and Marxism. Roberto Cavalli is an Italian, [City & Guilds] London-based scholar, writer and [City & Guilds] cultural organizer. After a Master in Contemporary art theory at the Humanities Dept. of Cà Foscari, University of Venice, since 2005 Roberto has been a PhD candidate in Visual Cultures at [City & Guilds] Goldsmiths, University of London, under the supervision of Dr Jean-Paul Martinon. His research interests include the works of Jacques Derrida, Georges Bataille, Maurice Blanchot and the films and poetry of Pier Paolo Pasolini. He has held teaching positions in the Dept. of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, in the Dept. of Humanities at The City and Guilds London Art School and he worked for three years as docent for the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice. Roberto is also the coordinator of InC, a research group in continental philosophy, based at the [City & Guilds] Graduate School, Goldsmiths. In 2005 he founded BiS with Daniele Rugo, an artistic group for research and visual practice; since then he has curated and authored several projects around issues of migration, social patterns and communities. Some of his projects have taken place in Venice (A+A Gallery), Bologna (Errars), Castello (Spain, Waste Art Biennial), Damascus, New York (The Rider Project), Istanbul (The Apartment Project) and Tangiers. He curated a two-years project about migration titled ‘Leaving room’, a touring exhibition that in March 2009 took place at the Cinemateque de Tanger (Morocco), funded by Roberto Cimetta Foundation and [City & Guilds] Graduate School, Goldsmiths. He is also founder, editor-in-chief and author of ‘Eclisse’, books series on cinema and film-making, for ‘Abeditore’, a publishing house based in Milan, Italy. He is member of Reloading Images network and Executive Producer for Reloading Images India project 2010.”
“[Evidence Samantha Cameron’s City & Guilds associates, allegedly including Roberto Cavallini and his Reloading Images network have fooled themselves into thinking they could appear invisible through the coordinated spoliation of evidence at crime scenes, such as that Abel Danger has associated with the ‘Case of the Folded Spook’] Underlying, “on how to appear invisible” is an open set of responses to Pier Paolo Pasolini’s call for the poetic in a film he was commissioned to do in 1963: “La Rabbia” (Rage). In the film Pasolini comments on the state of normalcy and lack of excitement in a post-war period. He suggests that the “state of emergency” must be artificially created, and attributes this necessary change and possibility of action to poets and artists. A departure point for this project is how a (self)critical reflection on how constructed spheres and narratives of power can be (re-)appropriated through the tools and approaches of artist practices. “on how to appear invisible” is an exhibition, choir, party, series of non-events, performances, reproduced papers, readings groups and talks, making a re-turn to the more casual, everyday, personal and introspective approach to art and performative practices. “on how to appear invisible” is an ongoing project by Reloading Images that will be launched at the Townhouse Gallery of Contemporary Art in Cairo, by Sarah Rifky, and will connect to Homeworks V, Beirut, and On Rage, curated by Valerie Smith at the Haus der Welt Kulturen, Berlin. More information will follow soon.”
“ [Sick Transit Gloria] http://jclarkmedia.com/pasolini/pasolini25.html The Films of Pier Paolo Pasolini Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma Pasolini took his cinematic license to kill, and torture, from this tradition of cinematic violence, but his aim wasn't just increased realism — and it absolutely was not prurient titillation, à la the snuff-movie crowd — it was to show the consequences of fascism in action: Pasolini never got over the murder of his brother by the fascists and Nazis. ... Actress Hélène Surgère recalls, in the documentary "Salo: Yesterday and Today," that for large scenes Pasolini had four cameras running simultaneously. Set designer Dante Ferretti noted the momentum that Pasolini sustained, sometimes completing a hundred shots in a day, an almost unheard of feat. Despite the pace of filming, the crew and actors (whose actual first names are used) emphasized, in interviews, how kind and attentive Pasolini was. Apparently the major problem was getting the young non-professional actors [perhaps typical of a City & Guilds drama student hired for a lesbian or pedophile rave by aristocratic ‘agentes provocatrices’ such as Samantha Cameron, nee Sheffield] to stop cracking up about the atrocities they were play-enacting. .. Horror, like torture, is based on the vulnerability of the human animal: as if we need to be reminded that there are countless ways we can be hurt and killed. The masters are profoundly uncomfortable in their own skin, so they flay it off others — all the time wearing perfectly pressed suits like talismans against chaos. ... As the film winds towards its end, some victims become ever more desperate to please. When the Monsignor threatens punishment for an infraction, he unleashes a long chain of boys and girls ratting each other out, one on another, then another, then a lesbian couple is caught being tender and rather than die they lead the masters to an even more "terrible" crime: what the masters call "normal" heterosexual intercourse, involving one of the four young men whom Pasolini labels as a "collaborator" in the credits. Look at what happens to familial roles under the masters, who refer to themselves as "fathers:" women are always seen as grossly subordinate, even when they are their own wives or children. They think they are redefining the family, and strengthening the bonds between themselves, by marrying each other's daughters: the Duke marries off his two daughters to his brother the Monsignor and the Magistrate, while taking the Magistrate's daughter as his bride, and so on (full list below in the Cast section). But instead, they merely degrade their daughters — even having their collaborator Claudio spit on them — and turn them into exchangeable, whorish commodities. They become no better than the female victims, who are treated, along with the boys, as party dolls. The masters complete their degeneration of women by hiring, as the tale-spinning mistresses of eroticism, over-the-hill raconteuses in over-the-top gowns, who can't begin to compete with a fabulous drag queen in the glamour department. Pasolini in the Trilogy of Life celebrated the connections that can come from sexuality; and in Teorema bisexuality was presented as a force that was redemptive, perhaps divine. Salo shows the darkest opposite view: intimacy is always, and in the worst way, trumped by powerlust. The murder of the coupled collaborator and maid wasn't the exception, it was literally the rule: the first morning at the villa, the Duke announces that only copulation "like brute animals... incest, adultery, and sodomy" are allowed.”
“ [Evidence 60 % of City & Guilds drama students are gay or lesbian and therefore offer the likes of Samantha Cameron, a cheap pool of candidates to assist as witnesses or actors in real or simulated snuff films at pedophile raves and oath-taking ceremonies] My own knowledge is primarily derivative from supporting and accompanying my close friend and former flat mate during the audition process at six to eight separate accredited drama schools for several years running, upon which she finally gained and accepted her place at RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) on their undergraduate Acting course. In addition, during my time at CSM (Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design [Attended by Williams]), I encountered several acting students that were studying at the Drama Centre London, an integral and previously separate drama school of CSM, who had underlined the process they went through. Lastly, in order to help my friend, we both did the necessary research to heighten her chances during the audition process, namely by reading a variety of resources written to support those applying to drama school. Accordingly, I will list these at the bottom of my post. ... Social Life Most drama schools have a bar (if not all), and this is where a lot of your after class entertainment takes place, much like other universities' unions. drama students party hard and work hard. There will also be lots of house parties as not only will you live together, but your houses will usually be quite near to each other so house parties occur very often. Of course, since you are in London, you will have the opportunity to explore nightlife, including clubs, shows, bars, plays etc in fact whatever you want and can afford! it can sometimes be expensive, but you just have to be savvy with your money. you will probably not have time for a job in term time as your days are pretty packed as it is and what little time you may have left will be spent on sleep/eating. also, with Central, you also have access to the ULU (uni of london union) in bloomsbury, so can mingle with all the other uni of london college students and enjoy all the union benefits such as Senate House Library .. Myths/Stereotypes busted ‘everyone at drama school is gay’ well, about 60% of students are gay/lesbian or bisexual. ‘everyone at drama school is a backstabbing bitch’ well it has to be said there are a lot of people who are egocentric and out for themselves, but it is a cutthroat business and drama school definitely reflects the mercurial nature of peoples' personalities. you will have to be very guarded on who you trust your ideas and weaknesses with, as there will always be people willing to exploit you and get one over you- like i said, it's not personal, it's business and most people will do whatever it takes to become an actor and make it. you just have to be aware of these people and rise above it. people will criticise you, hurt you, judge you, and make you feel as though you re not good enough, but there will always be people who help you, support you, give you advice and constructive criticism. it is up to you to decide whether you think you would cope with the emotionally demanding course.”
“ [Evidence which, when integrated with the time line of his career and his relationship to his wife’s family and friends at Eton et al., shows that David Cameron would have had motive, opportunity and weapon to infiltrate GCHQ and convert its traditional SIGINT services to support MitM attacks on HMG and Allies such as the United States on 911] GCHQ: Britain's Most Secret Intelligence Agency … 5 Mar. 1946 Revised BRUSA agreement on Anglo-American sigint co-operation Apr. 1946 Move from Bletchley Park to Eastcote completed and term "GCHQ" formally adopted .. Jun. 1963 Permission for a US austere communications facility on Diego Garcia requested … 1973 Clifford Cocks discovers the asymmetric algorithm later the foundation of RSA [and basis of Entrust PKI used by Crown Agents Sisters for the man-in-the-middle propaganda attack of 911] .. 26 Jun. 1982 Geoffrey Prime confesses to police that he has spied for the KGB .. 21 May 1986 "The Whisteblower" - perhaps the only spy-film about GCHQ - starring Michael Caine, is released ... 5 Feb. 1993 John Adye informs IOCA that GCHQ categorically denies intercepting phone calls involving the Royal Family .. Late 1993 Sir Michael Quinlan asked to look at government spending on intelligence [alleged bogus restructuring planned through Treasury by David Cameron and Norman Lamont] …2 Jun. 1994 An RAF Chinook carrying security personnel from Aldegrove crashes on the Mull of Kintyre 16 Jan. 1997 GCHQ relaxes regulation on the employment of gays and lesbians 18 Dec. 1997 Clifford Cocks delivers a public talk on the contribution of Ellis, Cocks and Williamson to Public Key Cryptography May 1999 Foreign Secretary Robin Cook announces Benhall as the site for the new "Doughnut" building Jan. 2000 GCHQ assists NSA during a major computer failure at its Fort Meade headquarters 11 Sept. 2001 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington .. 12 Sept. 2001 Directors of MI5, SIS and GCHQ fly to Washington .. 14 Nov. 2003 Katharine Gun charged under Official Secrets Act over leaking of NSA document on UN monitoring Feb. 2004 Katharine Gun acquitted over leak of NSA message on UN monitoring .. 7 Jul. 2005 7/7 terrorist attacks on the London transport system .. 2 Sept 2006 XV230 - a Nimrod Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft explodes over Afghanistan with the loss of all 14 crew .. Nov. 2007 GCHQ expands recruiting by advertising on the X-Box Live gaming platform .. 9 Jan. 2008 Ken Wharfe, former bodyguard, tells the Princess Diana Inquest that recordings were probably made by GCHQ .. 28 Feb. 2008 Sir John Adye, ex-Director GCHQ, assures Princess Diana Inquest that GCHQ was not bugging Royal phones .. 10 Mar. 2010 Cyber Security Operations Centre begins full range of activity .. 23 Aug. 2010 The body of Garreth Williams, a GCHQ employee on secondment to SIS, is discovered in his flat in Pimlico .. 22 Dec. 2010 GCHQ's Canadian sigint partner CSEC announces a new $880 million headquarters .. 6 Jan. 2011 NSA holds groundbreaking ceremony for $1.2 Billion Data Center at Camp W.G. Williams in Utah .. 7 Jan. 2011 General Sir David Richards (CDS) visits GCHQ and voices the need for a UK Cyber Command .. 4 Feb. 2011 Foreign Secretary William Hague details cyber attack on the FCO by a 'hostile state intelligence agency' .. 10 Feb. 2011 Prime Minister David Cameron visits GCHQ and is briefed on cyber threats [allegedly associated with City & Guilds' sponsored theft of Gareth Williams’ public key encryption devices which would otherwise offered the Crown's counterintelligence agents a backdoor into the Cameron-Astor-Sheffield Family’s money laundering activities through Matrix 5 AOSIS and the D2 Banking/HSBC networks, launched in 1996 out of Canada Square, Canary Wharf]”
Elementary my dear Watson.