Monday, October 31, 2016

Lester Pearson a Communist Spy/How Little Was Reported To Canadians


Lester Pearson a Communist Spy



Diplomat and politician Lester Pearson won the...
Lester B. Pearson
 By Henry Makow Ph.D.
No one likes to bring bad tidings or to disturb fellow citizens sleeping soundly.
So, with a heavy heart, I report that Lester Pearson (Canadian Prime Minister 1963-1968) provided confidential information to Russian Military Intelligence (GRU) while serving in Washington D.C. from 1942-1946, in his capacity ultimately as Canadian Ambassador.
Unfortunately, this is not an isolated case. Treason is the secret policy of the governing elite in the West. Wittingly or unwittingly, they serve the Illuminatiplan for “world government,” an Orwellian police state called the “New World Order.” Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Ariel Sharon and Tony Blair are other examples.
The Illuminati is a secret Luciferian cult representing the highest rung of Freemasonry, which has members in key positions around the globe. The Illuminati control the central banking monopoly, (the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve) and a vast network of interlocking cartels (notably media, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food, minerals and oil.)
Illuminism believes that man (i.e. they) will define reality instead of God or nature. Thus, they have trouble with concepts such as objective truth or morality.
Communism was established by the Illuminati to undermine the basis of Western Civilization (religion, race, nation and family) while pretending to build a better world based on equality and social justice. They duped millions of people, opportunists and genuine idealists alike.
1984 (partial) interview of former Communist-agent Yuri Bezmenov
“Internationalism” which Lester Pearson advanced at the UN (winning a Nobel Prize in 1957) is a disguise for this occult tyranny of the super rich. Recent events (Sept. 11, the “War on Terror” Iraq and the Patriot Repression Act) must be seen in the perspective of advancing this grotesque plan.
In August 1951, Elizabeth Bentley, a former GRU (Russian Military Intelligence) spymaster, testified that Lester “Mike” Pearson was a primary source.
He (Pearson) fed confidential information to Hazen Sise, a Soviet agent under her control, who worked for the National Film Board of Canada.
Bentley told the US Senate McCarran Commission: “I understand from Hazenthat Pearson knew Hazen was a Communist and was willing to help. Pearsonby virtue of his position used to sit in on American functions, particularly British ones re. British polices, all of which was super hush-hush.”
Pearson was Canada’s Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in 1951 so this testimony was kept quiet. It is included in Appendix A (p.186) of “No Sense of Evil/ Espionage: The Case of Herbert Norman” (1986) by James Barros, a Political Science professor at the University of Toronto.
Herbert Norman, the Canadian ambassador to Egypt, was an NKVD agentand Pearson colleague who came under investigation in 1957 and “committed suicide.” Pearson protected and covered for him.
Pearson met with Benley’s control officer, Anatoly Gorski(“Gromov”) in Washington in Oct. 1944. Gorski was one of the KGB’s top operatives, having run Blunt, BurgessMaclean and Philby in England. Barros speculates “the unthinkable” that “Pearson was Moscow’s ultimate mole.” (Barros, 169)
In 1957, the US State Dept. held a meeting on whether to press this issue. It concluded: “Pearson is a hero. Right now he is cooperating to the fullest extent with our government in defense contracts.” (Barros 206)
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Canadian Navy Commander Guy Carr mixed with this clique of top civil servants in Ottawa in the 1930’s and 1940’s. They recognized each other by Masonic signals and indulged in “progressive” pursuits like wife-swapping.
One told him: “Stop trying to save the human race. The vast majority aren’t worth the time or trouble. Most will be better off under a totalitarian dictatorship; they will get what the government decides is good for them.” (Satan: Prince of this World, p. 101. See also his Pawns in their Game and Red Fog Over America)
Elizabeth Bentley‘s charges were corroborated by decoded “Venona” messages between the Soviet Embassey and the KGB in Moscow and “assured American authorities of her veracity.” (Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in AmericaYale 1999, p. 12)
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J.D. Rockefeller referred to Mackenzie King as “my best friend.” King worked for Rockefeller from 1914-1918 developing company unions and “social reform” policies that ensnared the masses and created big government.
The Rockefellers, who are the American agent for the Rothschilds, have controlled the Liberal Party ever since. They use the Quebec-based Paul Desmarais family (Power Corporation etc.) as intermediary. The [former] Prime Minister Paul Martin [was] a former employee who is beholden to Desmarais for selling him Canada Steamship Lines in a sweetheart deal.
In September 1945, three months before Elizabeth Bentley fled the GRU, a Soviet Embassy cipher clerk, Igor Gouzenko defected in Ottawa with material documenting massive Soviet espionage in the West. Initially Kingordered his officials to stall Gouzenko whose life, and that of his family, were in grave danger. They referred the heroic little family from office to office, crossing town with their incriminating documents. The Gouzenkos were told to return to the Russian embassy or commit suicide!
Why? Ostensibly King didn’t want to offend the USSR, a valued wartime ally. In reality, King, famous for being “inscrutable,” was afraid that Gouzenko would reveal that the governing elite in the West was infested with Soviet (i.e. Illuminati) agents like himself and Lester Pearson.
It appears that Gouzenko was saved because the Illuminati quickly devised a use for him. A top operative, “the Man Called Intrepid” Canadian William Stephenson, Head of British Special Operations Executive suddenly appeared and took the Gouzenkos under his wing.
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Read full article here: http://www.savethemales.ca/001329.html
In 1948, Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent appointed Lester Pearson as Minister of External Affairs in the Liberal government. Shortly afterward, he won a seat in the Canadian House of Commons, for the federal riding of Algoma East. Pearson led the Liberals to a minority government in the 1963 general election, and became Canada’s prime minister.

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