On May 1st, 1915 the Lusitania left New York on its last fateful voyage. History records that Kapt Walter Schwieger commanded the U Boat that sank her as she neared the Irish coast but as Voltaire said; “history is a lie commonly agreed on” and the sinking of the Lusitania is a prime example.
I first heard this story many years ago from a senior freemason in London at Hackney’s retired Seamen’s Mission. This man‘s father was present at Churchill’s initiation into the Freemasons when Winston was 26. This together with much other information was given to me in exchange for a large bottle of whisky and many years of research incline me to believe that what I was told was true.
The Lusitania’s sinking created widespread public outrage and was the decisive factor in bringing America onto Britain’s side in W.W.I. However, the real story has yet to be told. For just as Pearl harbour and 9/11 were staged theatre pieces, so the Lusitania was sunk with the same end in view: to widen conflict from which the Illuminati would gain, financially, politically and crucially on an esoteric level too.
The ships Captain, William Turner had shown himself to be fearless, rescuing a man and a boy from a sinking ship and would also obey orders to the letter. Yet he was not a popular figure with the Cunard Shipping Line. They felt that Lusitania’s captain needed ‘people skills’ to entertain the passengers en route but Captain Turner lacked these; instead he was uncomfortable and silent among passengers whom he often avoided.
Poorly educated after leaving school aged 8, he was also a highly superstitious man who bought a brand new bowler hat before each voyage to ensure a safe journey. Which is why his crew jokingly referred to him as “Captain Bowler.”
Seven days after it first set sail from New York the Lusitania was sunk off the Irish coast on May 7th 1915. The inquest that followed damned Capt Turner for not following the established defensive custom for avoiding the U. Boats that gathered in the shallow waters off the Irish coast. In fact, according to the inquiry Capt. Turner almost ran into the U Boats, despite knowing in advance where they lay.
The inquest also stated that although the Lusitania could outrun the U Boats, it was going at a much slower pace, and not zig-zagging as Admiralty practise dictated in its orders. Such evasive manoeuvres were made all the more necessary as the destroyer escorting the Lusitania had been instructed to abandon its charge some time previously.
At the time, Winston Churchill was in charge at the Admiralty and the intelligence was received by him and shared with Lord Rothschild, his mentor and benefactor. Between them they decided that the many German émigrés in America had been responsible for keeping America out of the war. Even worse, there was the possibility that America would remain isolationist, or worse still, might even end up supporting Germany.
So Churchill, a 33rd degree mason hatched a plot in the naval Masonic lodge, with Admiralty H.Q., the bosses of Cunard and the War Dept; to sacrifice Capt. William Turner, the Lusitania, its crew and passengers to ensure that America came alongside Britain in World War I.
The Lusitania, a passenger ship which under normal circumstances was barred from carrying any armaments, had been loaded with both heavy and light armaments and ammunition, within sight of many New York dockworker’s of German origin.
As planned the loading of weaponry was then reported back to Germany’s US embassy, which then informed the German government, which in response placed advertisements in newspapers across the U.S.A. warning that any ships carrying weapons, would be classed as warships.
In answer, both Britain and America dismissed these reports as scare mongering. But they had effectively set up the Lusitania just as the World Trade Center was set up nearly ninety years later.
In point of fact, Churchill planned the sinking of several ships, among them the H.M.S Hampshire and the Lusitania, in an effort to stoke American opinion against Germany. Meanwhile, the U.S authorities were aware of his plan but like Pearl Harbour and 9/11, turned a blind eye because it suited their own purposes.
So Capt. William Turner was under orders to continue the voyage and even though the destroyer escort was recalled, he was told to go slow, while his route was plotted by the Admiralty to put the ship “in direct danger”, to quote the exact wording used in Admiralty documents.
Naval apologists have suggested that the captain may not have known of the weapons on board, but the first mate not only knew, but was issued with a side arm, so if he knew why not captain William Turner?
Certainly statements by a New York celebrity, Mrs. E. Jacobs indicate that many in the Jewish community were aware that the Lusitania was carrying weapons and would therefore be considered a likely target to be sunk.
Before the Lusitania’s departure, Capt. Turner signed a single page cargo manifest, but a supplementary cargo manifest 24 pages long emerged only after the Lusitania set sail, causing a row with the New York harbourmaster.
This 24-page cargo manifest was destroyed in the shredding of incriminating war documents pulled together from various sources in the 1960’s. More incriminating documentation was destroyed 2 years ago on the orders of Tony Blair. Be assured it contained a list of light to very heavy weaponry.
In the German view, one torpedo was seen as giving enough time for the passengers and crew to reach the lifeboats before the torpedoed ship sank. Yet the Lusitania went down in less than 18 minutes taking most on board with it. Moreover, we are told by the very few who survived, that after impact a huge explosion occurred away from the initial torpedo explosion.
If it was the intention of the Churchill/Rothschild alliance that the Lusitania would be sacrificed to bring America alongside Britain in the war against Germany, it worked like a charm.
Underwater explorer and investigator, the highly reputable Robert Ballard told a reporter with intelligence back-grounding, that he found a small torpedo entry hole when he investigated the submerged wreck, but significant and unconnected explosive damage was actually responsible for sinking the Lusitania.
The inference from this and other info, being a controlled explosion on board was designed to insure the Lusitania, its passengers and crew went to a watery grave.
Prior to World War I, Rothschild whose banks loaned the British the finances for wars at colossal interest rates, was part of a syndicate with J.P Morgan who had been threatening to buy the North Atlantic shipping lines, including Britain’s White Star.
Cunard boss Lord Inverclyde took the threats seriously and lobbied successfully for a £2’6 million government loan to build the Lusitania and the Mauritania. The government also agreed to pay the annual sum of £150,000 to keep the ships available for war. As it happened one against Germany occurred shortly thereafter, one that the Rothschilds had been lobbying for vigorously.
Through planned wars in which they often back both sides, the Rothschild’s have long followed the rule that “profit is all “, the same Hebrew root word is behind the terms for both god and money: “shekels and Shekinah”. This explains the Rothschild’s worship of money and why Churchill and their syndicate benefited from sinking the Lusitania.
Also see: Secrets of the Lusitania
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