The exaggeration and hyperbole of HYDROGEN bombs was just too great. There is also the claim that they MIRV the missiles --- they use multiple warheads in EACH missile, with each warhead being in the 50 megaton range. ...
According to two MI5 sources, in 1942 Victor Rothschild became MI5's security inspector, which allowed him into every major research centre. He knew in detail about all British (and often US) weapons developments. Under the guise of the inspector who was checking facilities to see if they were vulnerable to Nazi spying, the Fifth Man became the espionage agent.
British scientific heads of facilities were apprehensive when the respected young lord - the Government's security man - would ring at short notice and make an appointment to check on a laboratory. His imperious demeanour, high intelligence and diligent determination to understand every development in detail, put all who came under his scrutiny in awe and admiration of him. On occasions he actually stole equipment, examined it and sent it back by special messenger to the research centre concerned, with a warning that security should be tightened. Sir Mark Oliphant, one of the great scientists of the era, told me in an interview in January 1994 he experienced this late in 1942 when Rothschild secretly removed a piece of radar equipment from his Birmingham University laboratory.
Each project director lived in fear that MI5's inspector would put in a bad report and that this would lead to a sacking or a budget cut. The thought that he might be spying on them could not have been further from the minds of the scientists with whom he was in contact. (As far as is known Rothschild never reported any one. He simply sent written warnings and reported in general that security was slack.)
Again Colonel 'F' and Colonel 'B' said that late in 1942 or early in 1943, the KGB received radar technology. They claimed that this information from the Fifth was assembled in the form of photos, diagrams and written explanations by him and Blunt...The clarity and visually descriptive nature of the technical data supplied by the Fifth was a trademark of his. By comparison, Rothschild demonstrated in his book, Meditations of a Broomstick, how he took great pride in all areas of his work for MI5 in supplying exact illustrations.
Rothschild, acting as the security man once more, made several visits in 1943 to Professor G.P. Thompson's laboratory at London's Imperial College. He absorbed the then new alternative method of making the bomb - using plutonium as fuel rather than trying to collect the rare U-235 element of uranium.
Rothschild was again the only person suspected of being the Fifth Man, who had knowledge about this breakthrough area and fitted the other criteria concerning the double agent.
There was never any attempt by KGB interviewees to conceal Rothschild's links to these scientists or that he was on a short list of ten for recruitment. They were all well aware of him, and those who had been stationed in London, such as Modin, admitted to having known him personally.
In 1940, Blunt and Burgess were living in Rothschild's leased three-storey maisonette as was his assistant at MI5, Tess Mayor, whom he later married, and Patricia Parry...both left-wing Cambridge graduates. Blunt was important here. Apart from his direct espionage work for the Soviets, he became a key middle-man in passing on data from the Fifth Man and sub-agents, such as Leo Long, to their Soviet Controls.
[The Fifth Man, Roland Perry; 1994 pp. xxii-xxv; Prologue]
"I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the Empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls Britain's money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply."
The Independent; The Rothschild story: A golden era ends for a secretive dynasty; Friday, 16 April 2004
Since late 1947, Rothschild had also helped persuade the Soviets to sell arms to Israel and was able to specify sources, particularly in Czechoslovakia where he had discovered the abandoned supplies at the end of the war.
The cost to the Jewish military was low. It was a buyer's market with war surplus material cached in about twenty countries. Until Rothschild interceded, the only buyers not allowed into the market were Zionists. Czech rifles, machine-guns and ammunition were bought and smuggled into Palestine in March by merchant ships despite a naval blockade.
[The Fifth Man, Roland Perry; 1994; pp. 177-178]
This is from a chatroom literally today:
"I'm in Canada. You're gonna feel the effects of toasting long before I will. ... The fallout will waft across Europe and maybe drop into the ocean on its way here. ... Canada is not in the cross-hairs for nuclear anything...we're a peace loving nation and we're not on the flight path to Washington or any other US destination... [someone might be] horribly disfigured by nuclear fallout... Now I'm worried..."
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