[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

See : Head Of Largest British Spy Agency Who Allegedly Resigned 'For Family Reasons' Actually Quit Since He Helped A Paedophile Priest Avoid Jail. PM Theresa May Accused Of Covering Up The Scandal. by @think-

Robert Hannigan, head of the GCHQ intelligence agency, stepped down in 2017 after the National Crime Agency discovered he helped a gay pedophile family friend with an interest in baby rape images avoid a custodial sentence four years earlier. British Prime Minister Theresa May is being accused of covering up the scandal

https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/3057393/16987513

Hannigan resigns 23rd January 2017, a few days later Theresa May flies to DC to meet Trump : https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jan/25/theresa-may-meet-donald-trump-misogynist-white-house

https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/3057393/16986747

He was approved to work with business consultancy McKinsey, Hiscox Insurance, Immersive Labs and Blueteam-Global...BlueteamGlobal, a new firm founded by executives with ties to Morgan Stanley, said on Thursday that it has raised more than $125 million and plans to offer managed security services and cyber threat intelligence....he firm’s cofounders are former Morgan Stanley Chief Operating Officer Jim Rosenthal, who is its chief executive; and Tom Glocer, former CEO of Thomson Reuters and a member of Morgan Stanley’s board, who is BlueteamGlobal’s executive chairman. ...Tom Glocer was CEO of Thomson Reuters and its predecessor firm, Reuters, from 2001 through 2011. He chairs the Operations and Technology committee of the Morgan Stanley Board of Directors and will become the Board's lead director in September. Glocer also serves on the Boards of Merck & Co., Publicis Groupe and K2 Intelligence; he is a trustee of the Cleveland Clinic and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Glocer has a J.D. from Yale Law School and a B.A. from Columbia University.

re Cleveland Clinic:..

Mirabaud Securities, the financial firm that Draper worked at prior to BT, moved from their address at 33 Grosvenor place in 2016 to Verde Building, 10 Bressenden Pl, Victoria, London SW1E. http://www.jll.co.uk/united-kingdom/en-gb/Research/JLL_Central-London_office-market-report-Q4%202016.pdf Interestingly, Tishman Speyer acquired the Verde building in 2012. http://www.tishmanspeyer.com/properties/verde-sw1 More on this New York real estate firm in another post.

Back to 33 Grosvenor Place - The private US health clinic Cleveland Clinic is moving in : US healthcare chain unveils UK plan for private hospital overlooking Buckingham Palace

George Webb seems to think they are dealing in organ trafficking...

PS: 33 Grosvenor Place was also the address of Sir Michael Hintze's CQS... Russian and Oxford University connections...

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

See: The New York Police Foundation and their Anthony Weiner and Clinton connections

https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2790300/14478816

from Cambridge Analytica, Atlantic Bridge, Thatcher's govt, Michael Hintze, Espirito Banco and the financier of the Hampstead cult.

https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2459166

On 27 May 2014 global business leaders gathered at the Mansion House and Guildhall in London to attend the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism: Building Value, Renewing Trust...The Conference was hosted by the Lord Mayor of the City of London and E.L. Rothschild and organised by The Inclusive Capitalism Initiative and the Financial Times....THE SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS ARE Ford Foundation ,Gatsby ,Rockefeller Foundation, Sunshine Kaidi New Energy Group, The Tony Elumelu Foundation, Blavatnik Family Foundation and ICE

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Speaking of Russian oligarchs: https://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2018/03/08/bad-year-for-russian-billionaires-three-fight-over-2-billion-from-oil-deal/#e10caf241db2

On Feb. 15, two famous billionaires – Viktor Vekselberg in Moscow, and his business partner, the globetrotting Leonard Blavatnik from the U.S., well-known founder of Access Industries in Russia – lost a motion to dismiss a $2 billion lawsuit. ..

Local Russian businessman, Leonid Lebedev, a senator and a mid-size utility shareholder known for his movie-making ventures in both Russia and the U.S., is the thorn in their side. He won’t let go of this story. Lebedev claims that Vekselberg and Blavatnik have reneged on a silent partnership agreement they had regarding shares in private oil firm TNK, a company that at one time was producing as much oil and gas per day as Libya.

TNK is one of Russia’s biggest melodramas. Once known as one of Russia’s best managed private oil companies, it has been the source of serious problems; problems that have helped contribute to Russia’s reputation as a risky place for companies to invest. Two of TNK’s biggest shareholders, Vekselberg’s Renova Group and Blavatnik’s Access Industries, are no stranger to disgruntled shareholders.

By most measures, their marriage with U.K. oil company BP ended poorly. To close watchers of oil battles gone bad in the Russian Federation, this is a bit of déjà vu; a story of multiple lawsuits in New York and London, harassment, and threats of incarceration.

Len Blavatnik made his fortune off Russian oil firm TNK. Now he is one of the richest men in the U.S., surpassing the wealth of Elon Musk and hedge fund manager Ray Dalio. Here he is hosting a party at the Cannes Film Festival aboard his Odessa II yacht on May 15, 2016. Infamous Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein co-hosted the party.

[–] auralsects 2 points -1 points (+1|-2) ago 

They're not Russians. THEY. ARE. JEWISH.

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

December 2008, DHL SIGNS 10-YEAR PACT WITH BRITISH AIRWAYS

DHL Exel Supply Chain unit has won a multimillion pound annual contract from British Airways PLC to handle in-flight services for short haul and domestic flights from Heathrow.

The 10-year contract will come into effect in April 2010.

Deutsche Post AG said that its DHL Exel Supply Chain unit has won a multimillion pound annual contract from British Airways PLC to handle in-flight services for short haul and domestic flights from Heathrow.

Momentous Relocation has its warehouse at a DHL centre.

[–] shewhomustbeobeyed 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

@letsdothis3

The link titled: 'Baxters International Removals Ltd changed its name to Momentous Relocation Limited', Is fubar.


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[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thanks. Fixed.

[–] shewhomustbeobeyed 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thank you.

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

From Twitter:

https://twitter.com/bradheath/status/1075158112544407552 The mystery D.C. grand jury case was over a subpoena the government served on an unidentified corporation owned by an unidentified company. We don't know who they are, but they lost, and will have to pay an increasing monetary penalty for each day they don't comply.

https://twitter.com/mopeng/status/1077094324897144833 Alastair Tulloch is a trustee of four UK reg charities linked to RU oligarchs: the Hill, Lebedev, Mamut, and Vinchel Foundations. Mikhail Vinchel is a co-founder of http: // mail.ru . Tulloch is also the contact for the Khodorkovsky Foundation.

https://twitter.com/mopeng/status/940683990574383104 Menatep Asset Management is in that schematic. It's owned by Mikhail Khodorkovsky "Russia's wealthiest man". He also has interests in the Blackstone Group, the Carlyle Group and AIG Capital Partners.

https://twitter.com/mopeng/status/940683990574383104

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Baker Street boys http://www.themover.co.uk/features/2015/03/16/baker-street-boys

Steve Jordan interviews David Hollins as he joins Momentous Relocation, just a year after Paul Evans bought the company, in its new home in central London.

was winding my way down Baker Street. I was light in my head and dead on my feet. It was another rainy day, I’d drunk the night away and now I’d forgotten about everything. Fortunately, just around the corner from the tube station, at number 188, is Chiltern Court the new home of Momentous Relocation. I dropped in.

The building is a remarkable place, owned and built by London Transport immediately adjacent to the tube line and, indeed, with a secret direct access to the platform. Handy! “But they don’t like us using it,” said David Hollins, the company’s new managing director. I’m not surprised.

With Rafael Ravenscroft’s iconic sax solo burning an ear worm in my brain I followed David to the company’s offices in the remarkably airy basement. With modern furniture, intriguing art on the walls and collectables adorning the hallway the whole place is a bit of a home from home for Paul. It’s a nice place to work and kind of handy for … everything really. Especially buskers and record stores one would hope.

David had just got his feet under the table at Momentous having joined only six weeks earlier after 18 years’ service with Crown. It is a new challenge for him and very different from what he has known before. But he has a good team around him: Christian Peck (Stuart Peck’s son) business development; Caroline O’Connor is handling sales support; David McWilliam has been in corporate sales for a very long time; Lyris Andrews, ex Sterling, provides DSP services; Wesley Davies, is new to the industry; Wendy Smith, customer support; Ian Nicholson is in Florida oiling wheels; and there is Paul of course … Mr Midas. It looks like a winning formula. It probably is.

Baker Street is the sales and customer service operations centre of Momentous. The company still has its warehouse in Aylesbury, 40 miles north-west of London for long-term storage and its new international operations centre in Park Royal (London’s mover city). The company employs around 30 people in total.

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Blavatnik Buildings:

Tate Modern https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tate_Modern

Tate Modern was opened by the Queen on 11 May 2000.

Tate Modern had attracted more visitors than originally expected and plans to expand it had been in preparation since 2004. These plans focused on the south west of the building with the intention of providing 5,000m2 of new display space, almost doubling the amount of display space....This project was initially costed at £215 million.[12] Of the money raised, £50 million came from the UK government; £7 million from the London Development Agency; £6 million from philanthropist John Studzinski; and donations from, among others, the Sultanate of Oman and Elisabeth Murdoch. In June 2013, international shipping and property magnate Eyal Ofer pledged £10m to the extension project, making it to 85% of the required funds.

The Switch House - The design, again by Herzog & de Meuron, has been controversial. It was originally designed with a glass stepped pyramid, but this was amended to incorporate a sloping façade in brick latticework (to match the original power-station building)[20] despite planning consent to the original design having been previously granted by the supervising authority.

In May 2017 the Switch House was formally renamed the Blavatnik Building, after Anglo-Ukrainian billionaire Sir Leonard Blavatnik, who contributed a "substantial" amount of the £260m cost of the extension.

Blavatnik Building, University of Oxford

Voat post: Anders Sandberg and the Future of Humanity Institute - More links with Jeffrey Epstein, Transhumanism, Occultism and Oxford University

In 2016, Oxford University opened its doors to the new Blavatnik building - home to the Blavatnik School of Government. The language in the Guardian article and the architecture of the building had me thinking New World Order and the UN. So, I google Blavatsky and Blavatnik and got a link to transhumanist Anders Sandberg, a colleague of Nick Bostrom and many links with Jeffrey Epstein. Then I found an archive of his internet links to all matters esoteric, including satanism. ...

connections between Geffen, Blavatnik, Mark Ronson and Lindsay Lohan, the Freud's, Uri Gellar, Malcolm Rifkind and Leon Lord Brittan and the entirety of the UK's sexual abuse and extortion issue

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

M&S Group Shipping Ltd https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/03176657/officers

Director GLUCK, George Anthony https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/officers/_WbQgLnosIxw2Z9gYvCPmrxlkDw/appointments

Also Director of THE GEORGE AND SUSAN GLUCK FOUNDATION https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11380070

website: https://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1179208&subid=0

Director John Fabian PETERS https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/officers/Spxh6eaTeh13EVetMDoG32AVr0o/appointments

George Gluck has his foundation and a nu,ber of other companies registered at 4 Hill Street, London, W1J 5NE https://suite.endole.co.uk/explorer/postcode/w1j-5ne

including:

Oxford Russia Fund https://suite.endole.co.uk/insight/company/05341971-oxford-russia-fund

Human Capital Foundation https://suite.endole.co.uk/insight/company/04721700-human-capital-foundation

Dontchev foundation https://suite.endole.co.uk/insight/company/04946116-dontchev-foundation

khodorkovsky foundation https://suite.endole.co.uk/insight/company/04988238-khodorkovsky-foundation

Vinchel Foundation...

Lebedev Foundation https://suite.endole.co.uk/insight/company/06764896-lebedev-foundation

Evgeny Lebedev https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evgeny_Lebedev

Evgeny Alexandrovich Lebedev (/iev'geniː.'lɛbɛdɛv/; Russian Cyrillic: Евгений Александрович Лебедев; born 8 May 1980) is the Russian British owner of Lebedev Holdings Ltd, which owns the London Evening Standard, The Independent and the TV channel, London Live. He is also a journalist, supporter of the arts and charity campaigner.

Bloody hell...

His father was in the First Chief Directorate of the KGB, where he worked until 1992. In London, he had the diplomatic cover of an economic attaché.

Lebedev attended St Barnabas and St Philip's Church of England Primary School in Kensington, followed by Holland Park comprehensive and Mill Hill boarding school. He then went on to study the history of art at Christie's in London.

Lebedev is the chairman of the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation, which was founded with Mikhail Gorbachev in 2006, to help children with cancer...

Lebedev co-owns The Grapes pub by the Thames in Limehouse, London along with Ian McKellen and Sean Mathias.... He also collects modern British art, and owns pieces by Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, Damien Hirst, Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and the Chapman brothers.

[–] letsdothis3 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Dirty Russian Money DIRTY RUSSIAN MONEY PART 8: THE DEVIL’S ADVOCATE? https://www.byline.com/column/81/article/2248

by Stephen Komarnyckyj Ukraine, Russia [Hmm, Ella came from a town just across from the Ukraine/Russian border..just saying]

One enterprising English law firm sits at the centre of a web of connections between Russian oligarchs and the British elite. An analysis of its connections shows how deeply Britain has been penetrated by Russian wealth and the potential threat it poses....

The offices of Tulloch and Company, an English law firm, are based in a sepulchral white town house in London’s Mayfair. There could, superficially, be nowhere more British, and you half expect to see a gentleman in a bowler hat striding up to its front door. But Tulloch and his partner, Bruce Gripton, sit at the centre of a web of connections between Russian oligarchs and the British establishment..

..If you research Tulloch’s name you feel as if you are looking at several interconnected spider webs. I came across his name in connection with Parex, the Latvian bank which collapsed having lent money on “favourable” terms to its owners. Tulloch was a name on a list of individuals linked to commercial pledges involving Double Coffee a coffee chain associated with Parex. The ownership of the coffee franchise was masked throughout much of its existence via a British Virgin Islands registered firm. His presence there remains mysterious and may be nothing more than an internet anomaly. However, his role often seems to be to act as the secretary for offshore entities to manage Russian wealth. As Michael Weiss writing on the Daily Beast in 2014 noted he was the secretary for a company called Sevenkeys which managed the assets of the family of Putin aide Igor Shuvalov. The ownership of Sevenkeys was masked via a British Virgin Islands registered firm.

When you search Tulloch’s name on the offshore leaks database it is linked to an enormous number of similarly mysterious entities:

Ardin Investments Limited, one of Tulloch's mysterious firms, was used by Aleksandr Lebedev to purchase a mansion in London in 2007. Tulloch is an officer at two offshore firms, The Gemini Investment Fund Limited (GIF) and the Lion Investment Fund Limited LIF, which featured in a 2013 case involving money laundering heard at the High Court of Justice in London. GIF was used to purchase overpriced Argentinian warrants but there is no suggestion he personally was aware the transaction was dubious. Similarly his name is given as the contact for four apartments at 1 Hyde Park, the world’s most expensive residential address, in the British land registry. The ultimate owners are probably still more of his high value clients.

Another offshore entity where Tulloch was an officer, Taurus Asset Management reportedly owned a 50% stake in Baltijas Aviacijas Sistemas (Baltic Aviation Systems) in 2011. BAS  was used to invest EUR 50m in airBaltic a low cost Latvian airline. It emerged that a Russian citizen Andrey Rudeshko, was the beneficiary of Taurus Asset Management, but that he in turn was the front man for Vladimir Antonov, the former owner of Latvia’s Krajbanka. Krajbanka collapsed in 2011 amid claims that ‘loans’ had been made to offshore companies believed to be controlled by Antonov as a means of transferring assets out of the bank.

This is only a snapshot of how Tulloch's offshore expertise rendered him valuable to his Russian clients. However, a second element of his role is his charitable work for Russian oligarchs…

If we hop on a jet from the Bahamas, where many of the Tulloch connected entities are registered and head back to the rainier climes of England we can pick up Tulloch’s trail in Oxford. He is one of the trustees of the Oxford Russia Fund along with Lord Patten, the Chancellor of Oxford University. The other trustees include Boris Saltykov a former Russian science minister and Rupert Caldecott of listed as a partner Dalton Strategic Partnership LLP (DSP). DSP is a global investment management firm managing $1.8bn for a range of organisations and private clients. The fund supports education in Russia. Tulloch, however, is also a trustee of four UK registered charities linked to Russian oligarchs. These are the Hill Foundation, Lebedev Foundation, The Mamut Foundation, and the Vinchel Foundation. He is the contact for the Khodorkovsky Foundation. The Hill Foundation while not bearing the name of an oligarch is linked via its chair Mr Anthony Smith CBE to other Russia linked charities. The charity supports gifted Russian students with Oxford scholarships and Tulloch regularly visits universities in Russia to promote its work.

The Lebedev Foundation is of course the pet project of Tulloch’s employer Aleksandr Lebedev and he and his son Evgeny are its trustees along with their solicitor. The main donors are the Lebedev family and the charity largely supports the work of the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation. Indeed Lebedev first foray into the “British social scene” was marked by a fundraising dinner for the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation in 2009. This allowed him both to make contacts among the British elite while associating himself with a name naively associated in the west with benevolent reforming politics. The Mamut foundation bears the name of its patron oligarch Aleksandr Mamut and while supporting cultural activities in Russia it made a donation of £100000 to Eton College for the renovation of the library. Mamut has a residence in Kensington.

Tulloch is listed as the contact for the Khodorkovsky Foundation which had long term investments of £413m against expenditure of £8.8m in 2017. Mikhail Khodorkovsky is, of course, the oligarch who was jailed by Putin in 2003 and released in 2013. He is known as a vocal critic of Putin’s “managed democracy.” Ironically Michael Weiss works for the Interpreter Magazine which was launched by the Institute of Modern Russia, an organisation founded by Khodorkovsky’s son Pavel. Khodorkovsky senior has sent out mixed messages on Crimea but a 2014 interview showed that he did not consider the issue within the framework of the sanctity of borders in international law. He stated that “Russia has several reasons to consider Crimea a part of its territory. The Crimean society also believes it to be a part of Russia.” The questionable statement on Crimea reflects his views on Chechnya which emphasise the imposed Russian legacy and display no awareness of that the country was violently subjugated to Russia. It’s rather as if a pith hatted monocle wearing British officer, just back from a ripping time in Simla was commenting on the views of the Indian population. Khodorkovsky is not the sole “democratic” Russian with similar views. Navalny, who is lauded naively as a reformer referred to people from the Caucasus as “rats.”

The Vinchel Foundation which aims to help blind and visually impaired people in Russia is in financial terms the smallest of these firms. Tulloch is one of three trustees the other two being Mikhail Vinchel and his son Anthony Vinchel. Mikhail is one of the co-founders of mail.ru a major Russian internet firm which was banned from Ukraine in 2017.When the western press covered the measure they were overwhelmingly critical suggesting that it was to quote the Economist “pointless” and “because they were Russian.” The article was imbued with the sneering condescension with which Ukrainians are all too familiar stating that “the government still sometimes takes steps that seem more appropriate for a budding authoritarian regime than for an aspiring European democracy.” The report, filed without a hint of irony from Moscow, seems extraordinarily naïve given the subsequent emergence in July 2017 of the fact that Facebook had permitted mail.ru to collate data on its users friends. The potential uses of this data will be apparent as will the journalist’s internalisation of negative perceptions about Ukraine which, in turn, blinded them to a potential security threat to their own country.

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