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Sir Allen Stanford is the Texan billionaire who organised a $20 million tournament which split the world of cricket. Officials from Venezuelan military intelligence have raided a branch of his bank over claims that its employees were paid by the CIA to spy on Venezuela. - Stanford in CIA spying row
The power behind the UK government.
"The Mail on Sunday can reveal that Mandelson's family has links with powerful Russians stretching back at least two centuries, and he may even be related to the fabulously wealthy Rothschilds themselves...
"Nathan - Peter Mandelson's great-great-grandfather - was the son of Polish Jew Naphtali Felthusen...
"In 1830, Nathan married Phoebe, daughter of Jacob Levy Cohen, of Leicester. The Leicester Cohens were related to a woman named Hannah Cohen who married Nathan Mayer.
"Mayer would go on to found a banking dynasty and become the first Lord Rothschild - giving Peter Mandelson a family link to the Rothschild clan and, by extension, to Karl Marx, who was related to them." Mandelson's family history - Poland
The Solway Harvester www.dalbeattie.com/solwayharvester/index.html
In 1990, the Scottish fishing boat the Antares was sunk by a hunter-killer submarine.
The Royal Navy attempted to cover up the incident by denying that its boat was involved and was slow to admit blame. (No need for secrecy on the open seas. )
D Mills - died on the Solway Harvester. www.dalbeattie.com/solwayharvester/index.html
11 January 2000 - The Solway Harvester sank in the Irish Sea.
12 January 2000 - Trident submarine HMS Vigilant returned to Faslane on the Clyde with damage to its periscope.
22 January 2000 - Daily Record reported theory that sub collided with Harvester and holed its hull.
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