Death of T Stokes

Chris Cooper — May 23, 2013

The ex-intelligence operative and analyst Anthony Thomas Trevor-Stokes has died aged 93.
Known as T Stokes  he came up the long hard way and never achieved the rank many said he deserved, always an advocate of democratic freedoms he wanted much less secrecy and did not see why things like the  House of Commons menu should be an official secret.
A supporter of real news activists, his outspokenness for sharing the aims and goals of the intelligence world with the public and often engaging their help  as watchers and informants made him many internal enemies but brought him massive public approval, with his catchphrase “trust the people”.
Stokes believed that NWO Communism could only be defeated by educating the public that the Soviet soft socialism plan was the thin end of a very sinister wedge.
One of his remits was the protection and care of Winston Churchill’s wartime close colleagues and secretaries after the war.
British intelligence wanted Britain to stay out of WWII and so Churchill replaced all the key figures in order to get the country into the war, having the popular intelligence chief Vernon Kell murdered by his own fireplace.
Churchill’s used black magicians in WWII, many of whom were known personally by Stokes who himself studied occultism, and was also was one of three men who exposed Churchill’s murder of  Neville Chamberlain the most popular Prime Minister ever.
However, it was the Michael Gordon case which brought him to prominence.
Gordon was an unusual recruit for the intelligence world, he was quite low I Q, awkward, unfit, overweight and  self conscious, he failed most tests, yet was chosen for special training and sent to Russia to recruit  dissidents in the nuclear weapons arena, he was caught and died under torture.
Stokes maintained he was chosen especially to fail as all he was taught was false and should have come out under torture giving the Soviets a pack of false leads and fake intelligence, but Gordon never spoke and died without revealing any of his fake data.
The intelligence hierarchy is of vital importance to a foreign power and is known as the Or/Bat or order of Battle, and knowing this the whole apparatus can be unravelled so Gordon had been instructed to name people actually outside of the service.
Stokes wanted the British news media to cover Soviet murders of British nationals, which usually appeared in the British news media as  deaths through car crashes, skiing accidents, drug overdoses or falling from high balconies during  parties.
Both Peter Wright of Spycatcher book fame,  along with T Stokes were alleged  to have secretly briefed the Daily Express Defence correspondent Chapman Pincher on anything they wanted revealed through the newspapers, both believed that every operation  against the Soviets up until the late 60s failed because of high level traitors. Stokes was able to penetrate through London’s Jewish taxi driver community into Mossad, and along with James Rusbridger who was murdered, claimed  that Lord  Rothschild was the major spy of WWII, and also claimed that since the Russian revolution of 1917 the Soviet Union was run by Rothschild appointees who colluded  together with the British Rothschild’s to bring about wars and conflict for financial gain.
In the early seventies crisis when the Soviet navy had Britain surrounded by nuclear subs, no one knew whether this was an exercise or the real thing. The Russians wanted to see how the British responded in a security flap. Stokes trounced them by calling in all retired officers and giving them two weeks work on half their old pay and put them to work laying false trails, generally muddying the waters and allowing small snippets of info to get to the Russians that  the British were pro-active and taking hard line military control of the situation, this is known as chicken-feed release.
In 1973 Stokes was sent to meet a dissident Jewish nuclear physicist who wanted to pass information to the West about the horrific Israeli nuclear arsenal, when the documents were passed in the Moscow art gallery he was seized and after a quick trial next day he was sentenced to 2 years in prison. He did not help himself by constant escape attempts and after injuring two guards was given 6 years at Svetmagorsk on the Siberian border. In 1977 he was exchanged for the Communist activist Brian Edward Mitchell and brought home, weighing just 5 stone he had been severely burnt by having petrol thrown over him and set alight while asleep in his cell.
Physically and mentally shattered he claimed he had been betrayed to the Russians, and began to whistleblow about Soviet criminal activity in Britain, this angered the British authorities who accused him of being and angry and bitter man, and a big falling out ensued which never healed.
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The late T Stokes was an investigator into the paranormal and the occult and former member of British Intelligence

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