Liverpool Freemason Police

Revealed: How gangs used the Freemasons to corrupt police http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/reveale...


Below is a copy and Paste from a post by an activist in Manchester called Wesley Hall https://www.facebook.com/projectingreality/?fref=n...  

" Do you want to REALLY know why I setup Manchester Angels?
To keep people safe from the dangers that lurk beneath...


Around 70 young men have gone missing in Manchester in the past 12 years...
Many are found dead... In the canal... Some are never found...


Thomas Sheridan is convinced some of the 60 plus deaths in Manchester's canals since 2004 are the work of a psychopath or "extremely disturbed individual"...
Mr Sheridan, from Northern Ireland, visited Manchester to research the deaths in canals and rivers and says he was followed by ‘a tall man wearing a hood’ into a poorly lit area of the Rochdale Canal towpath... He described the experience as ‘terrifying’ and says Greater Manchester Police must act 'before the killer strikes again'.


However, Greater Manchester Police are dismissing the deaths as being related. GMP has always maintained that there is no serial killer and that all the deaths in the past nine years are suicides or accidents...


Mr Sheridan has also speculated that #‎ThePusher has an excellent knowledge of the streets around the canals and public transport to slip away...
The idea of a serial killer stalking Greater Manchester’s canals was first raised last year by Birmingham City University Professor Craig Jackson...


He has maintained that canals are not normally chosen as places for people to commit suicide and there were too many deaths for it not to be suspicious...
Young David Plunkett’s chilling screams, heard by a 999 call handler, were not taped "because the recorder was not working", according to GMP. The officer who dealt with the “distressing” call was so appalled by the blunder she later resigned. Mr and Mrs Plunkett, of Shelf, Halifax, told the inquest at Stockport that their son sounded spaced out and not really with it when they spoke to him. David started to scream and howl and the call ended abruptly as he let out a horrific scream. Mr Plunkett, a 62-year-old probation officer, said: "It was an unearthly howl. I had never heard anything like that before. He was swearing and he used words I have never heard him use before." "He screamed first and then swore and then started crying. "The scream was so sudden and came out of nowhere." "It was as if someone had startled him. It came right out of the blue." "That's what scared me so much. I had never heard him scream and he had never sworn in front of me before."


I now want you to make yourselves aware of S.R.A. - Satanic Ritualistic Abuse... A widespread epidemic that elites engage in. Where they murder; decapitate and sexually abuse children in rituals. frown emoticon Do some research online. Especially the Hampstead case. What's happening in the UK is terrifying. Children are going missing and those taken in to care are at risk of being abused. This is all hidden by secret family counts. Parents that 'speak out' are at risk of becoming imprisoned...


An inter-denominational Christian Exorcism Study Circle was founded in 1972, and in 1985, a leader claimed that each year the group was counselling some two hundred defectors from satanic and occult groups. The group's secretary warned "that some Satanic groups will sacrifice a human being if they possibly can: often these victims are unwanted babies or tramps taken from the streets at night . . . . Satanists can be found at the highest levels in our society, in political life and on the boards of multinational companies". Satanists were said to operate behind front organisations of a theosophical or New Age nature... 


Now I want you to research something else...
In the heart of Manchester’s famous Chinatown district lies one of our government’s most deeply buried secrets...


#‎GUTE : 

The Guardian Underground Telephone Exchange


There is very little information available regarding this secretive building. It is routinely referred to as ‘The best kept secret in Manchester’, but what we do know is this; the Guardian Underground Telephone Exchange (to give it its full name) is a vast network of underground tunnels and chambers, thought to span a large area of Manchester...

It is the result of the escalating tensions between Russia and Europe in the 1950′s, and was developed as part of a communications network that the British Government developed just in case those oh-so-pesky Russians managed to disable or otherwise destroy Manchester’s link to the rest of the country. But it quickly became apparent that GUTE’s deep foundations and heavily fortified building would make a perfect place to hide our not-so-glorious leaders in case of attacks on a civilian populace. Unfortunately, by the end of the decade, nuclear weaponry had advanced to the point that, like all good government projects, it was completely useless and a huge waste of public funds. However, all of the engineers attached to the project agreed that ‘It was pretty good at routing telephone calls’...
GUTE was actually one of a set of triplets; alongside Anchor exchange in Birmingham and the Kingsway exchange in London, they formed a triangle of telecommunications, meaning that if any one of the buildings was destroyed, the two survivors could still communicate over the carcass of post-apocalyptic, barren wasteland Britain...


Almost twenty years after it’s conception, in 1968, the government finally acknowledged the existence of the exchange, but even then the nature of GUTE meant that it was only declassified in name. In fact, to this day, the majority of Mancunians are unaware that it even exists, mainly because it could prove to be a huge Achilles heel to communications across all of Britain if it became public knowledge...


One of the most closely-guarded secrets of GUTE’s dank corridors is, of course, the locations of the entrances. It’s pretty easy to learn that the main (and very secure) entrance is on Back George Street, between Princess Street and Dickinson Street, but the more obscure entrances are harder to pin down. What little documentation there is regarding GUTE seems to indicate that, in addition to the main entrance, there are two small connecting tunnels leading out toward Salford and Ardwick, meant as ventilation shafts and emergency exits for anyone small and determined enough to break either in or out...


During the war, one canal tunnel was brought back to life as a public air raid shelter. It was divided into bays, each separated by two offset parallel brick wall for protection against blast. The eastern end had been obliterated, but the basins adjoining the Rochdale were not filled in until after the war. Today the only easily accessible traces of the expensive and little used junction canal is the exit to the Irwell, the link with the Rochdale above lock 89. However the tunnel also remains intact although hidden from view. It is now divided into two parts, one part lying beneath the former Granada TV studios and the other longer section under the former Great Northern Warehouse...


Even more obscure is a nearby building conveniently known as ‘The Exchange’. Internet rumour has it that, in one of the basements of this building, there is a shaft leading directly into one of GUTE’s outlying tunnels. In fact there is an entire subculture of ‘Urban Explorers’ who make a point of accessing buildings that are prohibited to the public, and amongst these people GUTE is seen as the holy grail, as it’s still rumoured to be home to some of the Governments biggest secrets. There are several ‘Trophy shots’ of these people available online, claiming to be taken inside GUTE, as well as a Youtube video thought to have been shot in the 90′s by a friend of a telecoms engineer working there at the time...


So where do we stand with GUTE? Well, the government don’t deny the fact that the exchange is actually a hideout for a super-secret government hit squad, patrolled, and those who enter face charges of 'terrorism', but all of the people involved are notorious for being unresponsive to emails. These very interesting tunnels came off the official secrecy list in 1968 but are still unofficially secret...


We’re told that the exchange is just a communication hub for the north-west, but a part of me will always believe that, if I’m ever dragged into the back of an unmarked van and taken in for some off-the-books ‘questioning’, then Manchester’s Underground Telephone will be my final destination....

So I have some questions...

And hope I can inspire others to do some research...

1, Why are so many young males going missing? Why is it only males?

2, Why are the police so reluctant to investigate thoroughly? And dismiss them as 'suicides' or 'accidents'...

3, There was an underground swimming pool in the BBC building on Oxford Road... Why was this building demolished and concreted to use as a carpark?

4, One of the tunnels could only be reached from an old TV studio inside one of the Granada buildings, why? What was this used for?

5, Why are BT so secretive about 55 George Street? Why was the garage door blocked up?

6, Who ACTUALLY owns the Charlotte Street squat?

7, Why did N.A.T.O. spend £4 million (Which was a lot in them days!) on a building... That was, apparently, never used for its original purpose?

8, Why are most detailed photos & links relating to the GUTE removed from the internet after someone finds an entrance? Why are these entrances then blocked up?

9, If the building hasn't been in use for a long time... Why is there a box of new air filters and new light bulbs visible in the YouTube video of one tunnel posted by Urban Explorers? Who's been down there? What's the need in trying to hide a certain smell?
If theses tunnels were completely innocent, I have no doubt that Richard Leese would have opened them up as a cold-war museum... To create revenue... And that BT/GMP/Scotland Yard wouldn't be so secretive about it...
Just saying...
#‎OpDeathEaters" "