MI7 is a branch of the British War Office’s Directorate of Military Intelligence with responsibilities for press liaison and propaganda. Allegedly, it ceased to exist after World War II, just as CIA abandoned OPERATION MOCKINGBIRD.
Ask yourself. Especially after the mergers of newspapers and news platforms in the 1990s, and their consolidation–not to mention online censorship and the rise of the police state–do you really think that MI7 no longer exists?
England never had the freedom of the press that we enjoy in America: the best they have is Speaker’s Corner at Hyde Park….
In 1990, when I was at Cambridge University, I remember Playboy arriving two weeks late.
CIA used Playboy to entrain my sexuality, as they ran Hugh Hefner; but MI7 ran a tighter shop.
Even a magazine controlled by their affiliates was too anti-government or something. When the magazine finally hit the newsstands, it had about a dozen pages cut out.
Whether it’s so-called Central “Intelligence” or so-called British “Intelligence,” we’re dealing with subhuman degenerates.
I know because I’ve been tortured by both.
The scum work day and night to destroy the lives of their betters.
What do you expect? Just look at the leaders of the Deep State. Whether it’s the Bush, Clinton, or Windsor Families, they are all satanists, and they all rape children.
We’re talking about agents of the Illuminati, and they are absolute trash.
What they love more than anything is to twist someone’s noble instinct to cause the most horrific harm, and the books list put out by The Guardian is only one example.
People want to better themselves, they want to acquire culture, they want to learn, and they trust the paper to lead them in the right direction. How are they rewarded? With a list of filthy books meant to encourage depravity. Let’s take a look at some of their recommendations.
Guardian Selection Number 4 is Clarissa by Samuel Richardson. Here Robert Lovelace drugs and rapes Clarissa Harlowe, who goes temporarily insane. It was the favorite book of the Marquis de Sade, who gave his name to sadism, and it parallels the use of date rape drugs, sexual abuse, and trauma by CIA and Tavistock Institute.
Guardian Selection Number 82 is Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. It is nothing but an obscene collection of rape scenes, and it describes sexual entrainment at the Tavistock Institute.
You can learn a little more about the subhuman degenerates at the Tavistock Institute here.
Guardian Selection Number 75 is Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. In this book, following his release from a mental hospital, thirty-six-year-old Humbert Humbert lusts after a twelve-year-old girl, masturbates about her, plots to drug her mother so he can rape her, adopts her upon her mother’s death, drugs her, and rapes her.
Sting promoted the book, as he played in the Police, a band named after the affiliation of drummer Stewart Copeland’s father with the CIA.
See the reference to pyramids and the all-seeing eye?
Guardian Selection Number 59 is tame by comparison. Henry Miller originally intended to call Tropic of Cancer not by its present title but rather “Crazy Cock” because it is so full of obscene sexual material. It was published by Obelisk Press, named after the phallic structures with which the Illuminati decorate their cities: the Vatican, Washington, and London.
Guardian Selection Number 86 is Portnoy’s Complaint by Philip Roth, which normalizes masturbation, a practice to which CIA entrained me under PROJECT MONARCH. New World Order liked the book so much that Barrack Hussein Obama “honored” the degenerate who wrote it while BBC “celebrated” his work….
Guardian Selection Number 43 is The Rainbow by D.H. Lawrence. It deals with homosexuality and sexual desire, was widely considered obscene, and ends with a vision of a rainbow.
Rainbows are heavily used by the Tavistock Institute, CIA, and their affiliates in Wizard of Oz programming and otherwise. You can read more about that in books by Cisco Wheeler, the grand niece of General Earle Wheeler, Head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Girls entrained to Wizard of Oz are required to click the heels of red shoes as a prelude to rape.
Hillary Clinton’s pal, Tony Pedesta, who molests children, gets off on red shoes.
Guardian Selection Number 18 is Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Written by a masonic child molester, who took photographs of prepubscent girls, the work is heavily used by Tavistock, CIA, and their affiliates for brainwashing under MK-ULTRA and PROJECT MONARCH.
Guardian Selection Number 27 seeks to normalize homosexuality, child molestation, and deals with the devil. Oscar Wilde molested boys on a regular basis, and he wrote The Picture of Dorian Gray.
An older version of The Guardian‘s list included Dangerous Liaisons by Pierre Choderlos De Laclos, a portrait of degenerates and a handbook for seducers….
Guardian Selection Number 31 is Dracula by Bram Stoker. The whole thing is nothing more than a coded selection of rape fantasies. Just look at the scene below from Nosferatu.
Guardian Selection Number 8 is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Written in the masonic stronghold of Bath, the book concerns obscene experiments on human beings, parallelling genetic experiments and trans-humanism.
You can learn about CIA’s cybernetic mind control programs, through which they have implanted people, in Aaron and Melissa Dykes’s excellent documentary film, The Minds of Men.
Guardian Selection 46, Ulysses by James Joyce, seeks to normalize the effects of the technology described above. Voice to Skull (V2K), combined with Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), fills our heads with words, while Joyce portrays mental states as endless words through stream of consciousness or interior monologue.
Famous as a dirty book, Ulysses shows its main character doing things no one wants to see. Leopold Bloom sits in the outhouse, wiping himself with newspaper, looks at the anuses of statues, and suffers his wife to cuckold him. Meanwhile, Joyce made a point of never marrying the mother of his children. You can see part of his manuscript here.
Did I mention Joyce got a Jesuit education? The Jesuits are in league with the Illuminati, CIA, and MI6. Like their co-conspirators, the Society of Jesus is satanic.
One of the Jesuits, Jorge Bergoglio, is now pope. Pope Francis has actively covered up the sexual abuse of children, protected perpetrators, and denied the existence of any incidents in his former diocese.
Guardian Selection 56 is Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. The famous advocate of LSD was brother to eugenicist and internationalist Julian Huxley, the first director of UNESCO, while the United Nations is deeply involved in human trafficking, horrific rape, and child molestation.
In Brave New World, Huxley describes a totalitarian state using genetic engineering, child molestation, electroshock, and hypnosis–the same techniques used by the Tavistock Institute and the Central Intelligence Agency. They even use the same brain-wave training classifications as PROJECT MONARCH: Alpha, Beta, Delta, and Gamma.
Guardian Selection Number 70 is by another Old Etonian who worked for the BBC, described the surveillance state, and wrote about hypnosis: 1984 by George Orwell.
Guardian Selection 85, The Bell Jar, by Sylvia Plath, draws women to suicide, while it mocks their powerlessness and their subjection to the view of others. Check out the all-seeing eye on the cover below.
That’s what they call cartel signaling, and you can read more about it here.
Guardian Selection Number 34 describes the great game of espionage, taught to an orphan with no one to protect him, and it includes a memory exercise still used by military intelligence. Kim was written by Rudyard Kipling, a freemason associated with the Illuminist, homosexual, racist, child molester, and war profiteer, Cecil Rhodes. You can learn more about Rhodes, whom Kipling eulogized, in the lecture below, which describes his successful conspiracy to destroy the world.
Guardian Selection Number 72 is The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. The author was a recluse who had a thing for teenage girls, and he dabbled in scientology, where he was certainly implanted, hypnotized, and brainwashed.
Salinger describes sexual assault more than once in his book. To his credit it looks like the horror it is.
Still, CIA used his book to program loners, and it commonly featured one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocolypse on its cover. It was a favorite of the brainwashed assassins that killed John Lennon and shot Ronald Reagan.
Guardian Selection Number 48, A Passage To India, by E.M. Forster, seeks to belittle the claims of rape victims–especially when they are white women whom dark men attack.
Guardian Selection Number 78, To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, likewise suggests that it is unfair to say a dark man has assaulted a white woman. You can see how this plays out in the press’s failure to cover grooming gangs, gang rape, and Rotherham.
Earlier versions of The Guardian‘s list included Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, where MI6 agent John Le Carré painted a false picture of the Cold War.
Likewise the list formerly included Journey to the End of the Night (Voyage au Bout de la Nuit) by Louis-Ferdinand Céline as Selection Number 51. The book involves a man constantly encountering his Doppelgänger.
CIA used the Doors to popularize it. Below you can see Jim Morrison with his dad.
PROJECT MONARCH and MK-ULTRA make heavy use of alters, twins, and twinning, just as Josef Mengele performed horrific experiments on twins, a theme suggested in Céline’s work.
In OPERATION PAPERCLIP, OSS moved Mengele to the United States where, under the name Dr. Green, he tortured my grandfather at a plant owned by ARCO, the woman who speaks below, and countless others.
ARCO is the company that build the HAARP array….
Earlier versions of The Guardian‘s list recommended The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, which suggests the splitting achieved by trauma-based mind control.
The Guardian‘s list also used to include BFG by Roald Dahl, an MI6 agent paid to seduce female targets, who wrote creepy children’s books.
Today it includes The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame, a book I suspect was used in my own programming, as my family read it aloud by the fireside. My father laughingly compared me to Toad, through which CIA sought to encourage reckless, spendthrift, and immature behavior–not to mention manic-depressive mood swings.
Below you can read more about other children’s books that CIA used on me, shortly before I visited England for the first time. My article contains the transcript of a programming session from 1979.
I teach English at more than one university, and I can’t stand to read this dreck. The books I read expose the methods of our enemies, and they uplift the human spirit. Not one of them will make The Guardian‘s list….
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