The Masonic Murder of Philip Jones

henrymakow.com — Nov 23, 2016

Tomorrow is the seventh anniversary of the death Nov 24, 2009 of the gifted and courageous anti-NW0 crusader Philip Jones. During the last months of his life, Jones’ confided  in L.C. Vincent his suspicions that he had been  poisoned.
“With the clarity of hindsight, Philip realized that he had been set up and ensnared in the classic “honey trap”, except modern technology had added the wrinkle of a mind controlled femme fatale into the mix.”

By L.C. Vincent — (henrymakow.com)

Philip Jones had been a strapping, young English “bobby” who had decided to take early retirement in Denmark with his new wife while he enjoyed the opportunity to write and observe the culture around him.
 As he did so, and the years passed, it became increasingly apparent to him that the culture of Denmark was not evolving organically but was rather a series of subtle, programmed cues to which the populace responded. The more he observed, the more he was convinced that an unseen hidden hand was using the small nation of Denmark as a petri dish for testing theorems of behavior modification and mind control. His articles were scathing analyses of Danish society, ultimately describing the hidden controllers that manipulated it, a control group that he identified as the Illuminati in service to the New World Order.
Philip’s blog from Denmark (The Righteous Alliance) attracted a worldwide audience, myself among many others. As fate would have it, I began corresponding with Philip about 5 months before his death. As he gradually came to confide in me, we pieced together the events he felt were leading to his early demise.
He wrote that he had become seriously ill with severe stomach pains after recently visiting a local restaurant. Naturally, I initially suspected food poisoning, until Philip began to reveal other details of his personal life to me that suggested the true causal event was a woman.
After writing blogs about Denmark and The Illuminati’s penetration and manipulation of Danish society for several years, Philip began receiving Email correspondence from around the world. One particular correspondent, a young woman named Dorte, seemed enraptured by his writing, and professed her deep admiration for his intellectual gifts. Philip revealed that Dorte, whose father had been in the military, seemed very conversant about the New World Order, and apparently also possessed knowledge about various esoteric subjects.

 

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