Below is a video featuring a woman called Jeanette Oldham. For a period of time, from approximately 1998 to 2001 she worked as a “Journalist” for the local Belfast Newsletter, which I usually refer to as “the Lundyletter.”
She did produce a number of seeming sensational front page stories for the Newsletter relating to the activities of so-called “Loyalist dissidents.”
In the video, you can hear her tell of being taken to a meeting where she was introduced to individuals who produced guns, grenades and a Bible. It all seems quite sensational.
What she does not say in the video is even more sensational! There are 2 things which the public should be made aware of.
- She does not tell how she encouraged these people to carry out terrorist attacks!
- Even worse, she does not tell how she encouraged them to let her know where and when the attacks would take place, so she could pretend she just happened to be driving in that vicinity when the attack occurred, and thereby she just happened to have accidentally stumbled upon a big story!
Her behaviour while she was in N.Ireland, led people to suspect she was in fact a member of MI5 who was engaged in a psych ops strategy which was designed to demonize the section of the Unionist community who politically rejected the “Belfast Agreement.”
She did have quite a big input into creating the so-called “Red Hand Defenders” fiction.
Oldham left N.Ireland not long after it was put to her that she was a member of MI5.
The video above is taken from the original BBC Spotlight video which was broadcast in 20th April 1999.
Much ado is made about “Legacy issues,” usually the focus of attention is directed at the security forces and Loyalist paramilitaries.
Legacy issues must embrace a much wider scope than that. “Journalists” and Journalism must also be brought under the microscope when it comes to examining “Legacy issues.”
You see, “Journalists” are not always Journalists, you can ask Kim Philby if you do not believe me?
2 Thessalonians 2:3 Let no man deceive you by any means: