In ancient Ireland, during the last night of the year - Samhain, where our modern version of Halloween originates from, kings rested uneasy on their thrones. This is because they knew that at these liminal times, society stood on its head and the ruler’s contract with his people came under review.
We must widen our gaze beyond the official narrative depicting the disorganized scramble for independence of the African states, marred with turmoil as the colonial governments withdrew. We must look through the corners of our eyes to perceive the traces left behind by Deep State agents who, at the behest of Big Oil, covertly destabilized, discredited and overthrew the non-compliant new nation states and installed pet dictators.
In the previous post, I outlined an alternative take on the infamous “Gunpowder Plot”. As I shall argue at a later stage, this event, like few others, reverberates through time to our present day in ways that have profoundly altered the fabric of society. In light of such a claim, and in keeping with the lofty title of this website, we are required to subject the case to a more Sherlockian analysis. In doing so we will also acquaint ourselves with the principles of deduction employed by the immortal detective.
For those who may not know, in the UK, the 5th November marks the date of the infamous Gunpowder plot to blow up King James I of England and Parliament.Less people are aware that it may have been the Mother of all False Flag Operations, or if you prefer, Grandad Gladio.