The government man in charge of the Ministry of Defence was forced to
resign last week, after a series of details were revealed in the news,
about his mysterious friend who routinely accompanied him on official
business — without proper authorisation, against the government’s own
rules, and under very suspicious circumstances to say the least.
The Secretary of Defence has now resigned in an attempt to try and
make the issue go away.
The biggest mystery in this story has always been where Werritty has
been getting all his money from; not just his personal income, but also
the tens of thousands of pounds that he spent on flights and hotels
shadowing the Defence Secretary. There was already a suspicion that
he was making his money by selling access and influence to lobbyists.
Now evidence is surfacing that the organisation using cash to buy
control over the British military through Fox and Werritty was the
immensely powerful “Israel Lobby”.
If a Jewish Zionist conspiracy is pulling the strings of the British
government, as many have long suspected, it seems likely that people
in power will do whatever it takes to prevent the full details of the
conspiracy from coming to light. There is a government inquiry under
way and the police are also investigating, but what if the government
and the police are also under the influence of the same conspiracy, as
Was Mossad using Fox and Werritty as ‘useful idiots’? Ex-Ambassador
reveals how links made by ‘advisers’ set alarm bells ringing
But my source told me that what really was worrying senior officials
in the MOD, FCO and Cabinet Office was the possibility that Fox could
be being used as a �useful idiot� by Mossad, Israel�s far-reaching and
extremely effective intelligence service.
Key funding sources for Werritty were from the Israeli lobby and a
rather obscure commercial intelligence agency.
Might Mossad be pulling Werritty�s strings, with or without his
On Friday, two senior Fleet Street journalists also reported hearing
similar concerns from other Whitehall officials about possible Israeli
intelligence service involvement with Fox and Werritty.
By working closely with an unofficial aide with extraordinary access
but no security vetting and murky funding sources, Fox had potentially
compromised national security. That is the real story here.
BBC News, “Defence Secretary Liam Fox quits”, 14 October 2011.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox has resigned after a week of pressure
over his working relationship with friend and self-styled adviser Adam
Mr Fox was being investigated amid claims he broke the ministerial
In a letter to David Cameron, Mr Fox said he had “mistakenly
allowed” personal and professional responsibilities to be “blurred”.
The Guardian, “Adam Werritty may be investigated for fraud, police
confirm”, 16 October 2001.
“The Insider” mailing list article, 16 October 2011.