Brian Gerrish - Disinformation Agent & Military Intelligence Shill?
When I first came across Brian Gerrish
and the UK Column, I was
over-joyed to find that there was someone who knew about the treatment
we were receiving at the hands of our local Social Services. We
were not alone! It validated our experiences and gave me hope that
there was an organised campaign against the "Child Stealing
by the State" that he talks about. These days I am more aware
that if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Brian
Gerrish, I am afraid to say, has upset me more than all the Social
Workers with their bogus befriending tactics and their Common Purpose
bosses. The lion's share of what Gerrish talks about is true, but
he has his own agenda - and I suspect, political aspirations.
There are several reasons to be suspicious of Mr Gerrish, but the worst
of these is his attitude to victims that come to him hoping he will be
able to make productive use of their suffering. When I first got proof
of the Stasi-like snooping that Social Worker
Richard Hodgkiss had been doing, along with evidence that our carer
had been spying on us for them, I thought "Great! I can take this
to Brian Gerrish!". I naively assumed he would be interested in publishing
solid PROOF of the kind of behaviour he talks about. There is no gagging
order on me, which I made clear to him. Sadly, I have had not even a single
word of a reply from him. He seems to prefer concentrating on cases where
there is very little proof, or the parents are gagged.
Now, Brian may make the excuse that he is overworked or extremely busy,
but I'd be willing to bet money that he could staff a helpline with volunteers,
if not afford a member of staff to deal with all the enquiries he gets
from distressed parents. Yet he does not do this. I get the distinct impression
that his interest in these matters is a 'means to an end'. He does not
seem to have much empathy for the victims. I must point out that I am
far from the only parent who has been disappointed in him. On Facebook,
I have come across other parents who have had no response to their enquiries.
Barbara Richards, who blogs as Zoompad,
has also had disappointing interactions with Gerrish. She wrote:
"I am a survivor of the Staffordshire Pindown child abuse (anyone
who doubts it is welcome to contact me and I will show them proof, or
they can contact Brian Gerrish who still has some of my paperwork that
I stupidly entrusted to him, when I was under the delusion that
he actually gave a damn about victims of Pindown child abuse
before I realised that he is just another user with a political agenda"
There is every reason to suspect Gerrish of being an Military Intelligence
plant, or someone pursuing a political career post the glorious revolution
which may come. I am not the only one who thinks it, as the RevolutionHarry
blog also contains an entry titled "Pied
Pipers of the Truth Movement - Brian Gerrish". UPDATE:
20 February 2013. Yet another blogger (Digger for Truth) has come to the
same conclusions writing an article called "10
Reasons Why I am Sure Brian Gerrish is a Shill".
There are other reasons to think Gerrish is not what he claims to be:
It is incredibly difficult to find
information about his background, apart from that he used to be
in the Navy. This in itself is a red flag in terms of possible Military
Intelligence involvement. He seems to have appeared from nowhere.
He blames much of the corruption in the UK on an
organisation called Common Purpose.
Although I agree that it is a pernicious influence, I would say
that Freemasonry is a far worse one. Gerrish is curiously quiet
He also likes to blame anyone or anything with communist
associations. Britain is a very conservative country, with both
a small and a large 'C'. It is almost like he has fashioned himself
to be the natural successor should there be any sort of revolution.
Again, he ignores terms like "Shadow Government", Illuminati,
New World Order and seems to focus squarely on The Reds. Most of
his publicity material is rather patriotic, uses the Union Jack
and aims at the Conservative audience. He wears a suit to appeal
to those seeking a rational, respectable "leader". Most
people in the Truth movement are aware that issues of capitalism
/ communism are irrelevant as no matter which flavour of government
is elected the leaders and prominent politicians are all bought
and paid for.
He is in favour of keeping the parliamentary system.
For me, this is also a huge red flag. Most revolutions do not achieve
very much because they do not dismantle the corrupt system, but
simply recreate it. Most of his campaigns are the same, e.g. the
one to disband the IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission),
which he proposes to replace (with something incredibly similar).
Dodgy campaigns. There is something fishy about
Greig campaign and I am not totally sure what it is. I do believe
that she was abused, but have reservations about how a Down's Syndrome
girl with poor hearing can remember the names of her high-flying
abusers. Possibly she had some help from her mother (Anne Greig)
learning these names. I also question whether Anne allowed the abuse
to happen for some time, then wanted it stopped as the physical
evidence of the assaults was becoming too obvious and she risked
being implicated. Uncertain, but Gerrish's lot are very keen to
stifle any (healthy) debate and those who have asked legitimate
questions are being labelled as having "mental health issues"
and "needing to be sectioned".
In conclusion, I can only say that I have huge doubts about him, despite
finding the videos that he has made useful. Once again, I say, the best
lies are very near to the Truth.