In the previous post we looked at the idea that a number of, so called, leaders of the truth movement are not quite what they appear. These included high profile, 'celebrity truthers' such as David Icke, Michael Tsarion, Jordan Maxwell and Alex Jones as well as those involved in the Zeitgeist movement. A critical analysis of Charlie Veitch of the Love Police strongly suggested that he was one more to add to the list. This article will take a look at another UK based truth movement leader and ask the question, can he be added to that list as well?
An organisation called 'Truth Juice' opened a branch in Birmingham and their first speaker was Brian Gerrish of the UK Column and British Constitution Group. At that time I was a member of the BCG so I thought I'd go along to see his presentation. This was in December of last year (2010), after which we had a particularly cold and snowy period. It meant I was unable to go and see the next few speakers, one of whom was Ian R. Crane. When I later saw that a video of the speech he'd given had been uploaded on to YouTube, I immediately thought I'd watch it to see what I had missed.
Although I was aware of Ian R. Crane and had watched an early presentation of his on the subject of Codex Alimentarius, I really didn't know much else about him. The majority of the presentation largely dealt with issues surrounding the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico earlier that year. It was all fairly interesting stuff and I had no need to doubt the veracity of what he was saying. My only slight concern was when he mentioned his 'friend' Daniel Estulin and Estulin's claims that the Bilderbergs are 'trying to destroy China and Russia'. This is a highly dubious assertion for numerous reasons. It appeared to attribute way too much power to the 'Bilderbergs' and misrepresent their role in the agenda. Besides that, it seems to me that the ruling 'elite' of both China and Russia are very much a part of the broader agenda and any alleged conflict is just part of the game. I could have just dismissed this as a difference of opinion but he then spoke about how Estulin had been invited to speak to the EU parliament on the subject of the Bilderbergs. I think it's fairly safe to say that anyone who is invited to address the EU parliament would not be considered a threat to the established order.