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MessageSujet: Wilton Park   Jeu 7 Mar 2013 - 22:24

https://www.wiltonpark.org.uk/

Il est jusqu'à présent question de " Wilton Park " dans trois fils de discussion :

libert - schéma de Michel Libert

Les ombres de l'Europe Unifiée

FRATERNITAS SANCTI BENEDICTI PRO EUROPA CHRISTIANNA ...

Plus précisément :

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On trouve le nom de Bernard Mercier dans les deux schémas.

Voici ce qu'on en dit sur

http://www.scribd.com/doc/100815521/OPUS-DEI-en-Belgique-1986-extraits-2

(...) Le professeur et administrateur Bernard Mercier, ancien vice premier ministre du PSC, fut secrétaire du CEPIC de 1972 à 1976. Depuis, Mercier s'est converti au PRL et devint membre du Club Roger Nols. Il est aussi membre de la mystérieuse Société Internationale de Wilton Park (comme Jacques Jonet), un autre mouvement européen de droite, et de la Ligue Internationale de la Liberté, l'aile belge du WACL, où nous avons déjà rencontré auparavant Paul Vankerkhoven et Robert Close. (...)

Note : la Société Internationale de Wilton Park fut fondée comme haut lieu de dialogue international dans le sud de l'Angleterre par des personnalités telles que Winston Churchill

Wilton Park Conferences, Wiston House, Steyning, West Sussex. BN44 3DZ. UK. Tel +44 (0) 1903 815020 E-mail : admin@wiltonpark.org.uk

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Pour information ...

Sur Wilton Park :

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4602986.stm

Par ailleurs ...

... le Baron Jacques Jonet, le Président du holding franco-belge Média-Participations, est décédé le 7 avril 2007. Cet avocat au barreau de Bruxelles était par ailleurs représentant de l’Ordre de Malte auprès de la Belgique.

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http://www.isgp.eu/organisations/introduction/PEHI_Otto_von_Habsburg_bio.htm

des extraits:

Opus Dei was founded in 1928 and at least in later times this group's objectives would essentially merge with those of the Paneuropa Union: 1) keep the Soviets out of Europe, and 2) create a Roman Catholic-oriented European superstate.

The Paneuropean Union is also responsible for the 12 stars on a blue ground as official symbol for Europe, which symbolizes the stars of the virgin Mary.

Otto founded the European Centre of Documentation and Information (CEDI), "whose objective was to construct around the Spanish Borbóns a federation of European states united in Christianity and anti-Communism.

One of Otto's political secretaries, Jacques G. Jonet, is named as a co-founder of low-profile ultraconservative/fascist European-integration groups as Ordre du Rouvre, the Institut Européen pour la Paix et la Sécurité (IEPS), the Société Internationale de Wilton Park (Wilton Park conferences), and Cercle des Nations. [...] Jonet has been named as a member of Mouvement d'Action pour l'Union de l'Europe (MAUE), the Habsburg-founded Centre of Documentation and Information (CEDI), and CEPIC.

Inter-European unity has long been a quest of the Habsburg dynasty. Otto himself often speaks of the similarities between the Holy Roman Empire of the Middle Ages and his view of a coming United States of Europe. In this regard, Otto has stressed the importance of religion in the formation of a united Europe. He regards Christianity as Europe’s bulwark: ‘The cross doesn’t need Europe, but Europe needs the cross.

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pour Rouvre on a parlé de: Paul Van.kerk.hoven, Richard Van Wijck, Vin.cent Van Den Bo.sch, Girogio Gher.ardi Dan.dolo, Gérald Waill.iez, Ja.cques Jo.net, Ju.lien Vander.be.ken, Ro.bert Re.my et Char.les Verp.oorten. d'autres?

si quelqu'un veut la liste du Cercle des Nations, je peux l'envoyer par MP

plus intéressant encore: les membres de l'Académie Européenne de Sciences Politiques AESP (forum opusien/paneuropéen): Florimond Damman, A.ldo M.ungo (MAUE), Otto von Hab.sburg, Antoi.ne Pin.ay, J.ean Vi.olet, père Dubois, Alfr.edo Sanch.ez B.ella, Man.uel F.raga Iri.barne, Giu.lio And.reotti, Ca.rlo P.esenti (>P2), I.van Mat.teo Lombar.do (P7), Hans-Jo.achim von Merk.atz, Paul Vand.en Boeyna.nts, Jacques So.ustelle (OAS), John Biggs-Dav.ison (PEU, Monday Club, SIF), Peter Ag.new (CEDI), John Rodg.ers (CEDI, SIF), Fritz P.irkl (CSU), Hei.nrich Böx (CDU) en Franz Ludwig Sch.enk Graf von Stauff.enberg (CSU, PEU), Vin.cent Van den B.osch (MAUE, CEDI), Be.rnard de Marc.ken de Me.rken (MAUE), Marc.el de R.oover (MAUE, WACL, Milpol, Delcourt), Paul Vanke.rkhoven (CEDI, LIL), Rudolf Dum.ont du V.oitel (PEU, CEE), Alain de Vi.llegas, Elia Gia.ncarlo Valo.ri (P2), Vit.torio P.ons (P7), Hans Graf H.uyn (ISP), Fra.nçois Vall.et (Cercle Pinay), Cees Van den He.uvel (Interdoc), Karl-Friedrich G.rau (ISP), Vign.eau, Bits.chnau, Benoît de Bonvoisin, Fernard Thieb.aud Schn.eider (ISP), gen. Paul Van.uxem (OAS), prof. Leo Mag.nino, Lt-colonel Jean-Victor Ma.rique (...> BROC > Bougerol > PIO); Autres membres et/ou contacts: Marcel Co.llet (Euratom), Alberto U.llastres, Jacques Jon.et, Gaston Ey.skens, Ro.berto Ja.cobo, Ern.est Tött.ösy (P7), Bernard Me.rcier, Wa.lter K.unnen, Ivan-Matteo L.ombardo (voir P2), René-Louis Pi.card (Wilton Park), A. Be.kaert, Giovanni Mal.agodi (Bilderberg), Jacques Médec.in, Georges Vi.vario (DSD, menant au PIO), André Vo.isin (EM, Bilderberg), ambassadeur La Orden (Opus Dei), ...

toujours les mêmes !! qu'au Rouvre, Cercle des Nations, MAUE, souvent CEPIC, ... mais aussi P2, Cercle Pinay, clique de von Habsburg (PEU, CEDI), OAS, WACL, ... en contact direct avec Guérin-Sérac (Aginter Press) via Damman, avec Interdoc, avec Emile Le.cerf ... affaires avions rénifleurs, ...

l'AESP a été cité comme loge P1 ! est-elle à l'origine d'une ou plusieures structures type CEPIC, PIO, P2, Cercle des Nations, Milices, ... ? et à l'origine de plans pour coups d'états (NEM en 1973, ...)?

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In Victory, Magnanimity - In Peace, Goodwill: A History of Wilton Park
Par Richard J. Mayne





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A noter aussi : la mention de Jacques Jonet, marié avec une de Bassompierre et avec des liens familiaux avec Guy Cruysmans ...

http://www.bendevannijvel.com/andere/paul_vanden_boeynants.html

(...) De connecties tussen VDB, de Caisse Privé en de familie Cruysmans waren overigens overal zichtbaar. Guy Cruysmans was gehuwd met Chantal de Bassompierre, en de zuster van Chantal de Bassompierre trouwde met de rechtse advocaat Jacques Jonet, een vertrouweling van VDB. In 1979 meldde Vanden Boeynants dat hij slechts eigenaar was van drie stukken onroerend goed, tot de onderzoekers die zich over zijn fraudebezigheden bogen, de vennootschap Immobille du Bastion ontdekten.

Die vennootschap werd beheerd door Daniel Cruysmans en Guy Cruysmans en door de schoonzoon van VDB. De Immobillee bezat vier gebouwen in het Brusselse. De echte eigenaar van de Immobilille du Bastion bleek Paul Vanden Boeynants te zijn. De kans dat Philippe Lacroix en co zwart geld van VDB naar het buitenland hebben gebracht is reëel. Vanden Boeynants had in die periode meer dan genoeg duistere bankrekeningen en spookbedrijfjes in Liechtenstein en Zwitserland, waar een pak zwart geld op terecht kon. En de kans is even reëel dat Lacroix, Smars en Haemers al in het begin van de jaren tachtig - via hun connectie bij de Caisse Privé - goed wisten hoe en waar VDB zijn aanzienlijke appelen voor de dorst verborg. (...)







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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Dim 25 Mai 2014 - 10:00


Un article détaillé :

http://doc.rero.ch/record/134825/files/1982-07-09.pdf








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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Dim 25 Mai 2014 - 10:08



(il y a des analogies avec "Camp King" en Allemagne, où a travaillé Henry Kissinger...)


http://www.ajr.org.uk/index.cfm/section.journal/issue.Aug09/article=3213

Wilton Park: A very special PoW camp

The use, after the war, of the Wilton Park estate near Beaconsfield for re-educating former German prisoners-of-war in the virtues of democracy was related in an article by Eric Bourne and a letter by Peter Hart in recent issues of the Journal.

However, Wilton Park was perhaps even more important during the war, albeit for different reasons. Before May 1945, it was a very special prisoner-of-war camp, where prisoners from whom it was hoped to obtain important information were sent. Wilton Park was one of three camps forming the intelligence unit CSDIC (UK) - Combined Services Detailed Interrogation Centre - as not only army, but also navy and RAF intelligence personnel were serving there.

The other two camps were at Trent Park near Cockfosters in north London, which housed German generals and other senior officers (recently the subject of a Radio 4 Afternoon Play, which was written by the son of an ex-refugee who served there), and at Latimer House in Buckinghamshire, where lower-ranking officers and other ranks were held, which was also the case at Wilton Park. At the latter camp, there was a Palladian mansion called ‘The White House’, originally built in 1779, in which a few Italian generals were housed and which also served as the mess of the British intelligence officers. It was demolished in 1968 (the prisoners’ cells had disappeared a few years earlier) and now there are no buildings of the old camp left – instead, a 15-storey-high structure has been erected, which is claimed to be the highest building in Buckinghamshire. The camp is now the Defence School of Languages.

CSDIC was a highly secret unit; anybody working there had to sign the Official Secrets Act. I had been serving in the Pioneer Corps since September 1940 and, like most of my contemporaries, was very keen to be transferred to a more active unit. In early 1943 CSDIC was expanding and, although until then only commissioned officers had been working there, the War Office had decided to allow sergeants and warrant officers to do the same job. At that stage, recruitment was by recommendation from people already working at CSDIC and, through a relative who was friendly with an officer serving there, I was recommended for transfer. After waiting about two months and having passed a day-long interview in London, I found myself at Latimer House, where I was at once promoted from private to sergeant. After further promotion to WOII (company sergeant major) a few months later I was transferred to Wilton Park.

What were we all doing? Listening to the conversations of the prisoners! The POWs’ cells were ‘bugged’ - a microphone was concealed in the light fitting - and we listened to their conversations, in the hope that they would discuss something that might be of interest to British intelligence. There were only two prisoners to a cell, as far as possible from different services or units, which made it likely that they would talk to each other about their experiences. We had to identify who was who by their voices and accents.

The monitors operated in teams of about six, each in a separate room with an officer in charge. Sitting at tables which were fitted with record-cutting equipment (this was before electronic tapes were invented!), we had a kind of old-fashioned telephone switchboard facing us, where we put plugs into numbered sockets in order to listen to the PoWs through our headphones. Each operator had to monitor two or three cells, switching from one to the other to see whether something ‘interesting’ was being discussed. As soon as the conversation touched on a subject we thought might be ‘valuable’, we pushed a switch which started a turntable revolving, and pulled a small lever to lower the recording head onto the record. We had to keep a log in which we noted what our ‘charges’ had been doing or talking about, and specified at what times and about what subjects we had recorded their conversations.

As soon as a record had been cut, another operator had to take over the monitoring, and the person who had been listening went to a different room to transcribe what he had just recorded - not every word that was spoken, of course, but only those bits of the conversation which were important. After that, the officer in charge of the team (or later a sergeant major) had to check the transcription: correct errors (i.e. mis-hearings), fill in gaps if possible (often prisoners were ‘security-conscious’ and - suspecting a hidden microphone - started to whisper when talking about something important), and do some judicious editing, i.e. cutting out superfluous material.

There were a number of SPs (‘stool pigeons’), i.e. prisoners who from political conviction or possibly practical considerations had decided to work for us. They were briefed on the subjects about which their cell-mate would be knowledgeable so that they could steer the conversation around to them. Of course, they did not know about the hidden microphones and were left in the belief that whatever information they managed to extract they would have to report to their ‘handler’. One SP, however, was an ex-refugee officer, and we were full of admiration for him, for what he was doing clearly required exceptional nerve, courage and presence of mind, let alone acting ability. As far as I know, he never gave himself away or aroused the suspicion of any of his cell-mates. He posed as a (German) officer and was always paired with some particularly valuable officer-prisoner.

All PoWs were, of course, interrogated several times (always by officers not working in our ‘monitoring’ section called ‘M-Room’ - we operators never dealt with any of them face-to-face), and their reaction to the interrogation was often particularly ‘fruitful’. They would tell their cell-mate what they had been asked about, what they had managed to conceal from the interrogating officer, how much we (the British) already knew, etc.

We recorded not only military intelligence, but also any atrocities the prisoners might have witnessed or taken part in (and those records were kept in an archive, whereas others were scrapped after use); also stories about the German home front, when prisoners related what they had heard or experienced while on leave. Such material was useful for ‘psychological warfare’ purposes: there were several Allied radio stations purporting to be illegal German ones which broadcast stories calculated to undermine the morale of soldiers.

Until D-Day (6 June 1944) most of our prisoners were either shot-down Luftwaffe pilots or members of U-boat crews who had been rescued after their U-boat was sunk. After the Allied invasion of the Continent, a steady stream of army prisoners arrived, and we got busy listening to them. The material we obtained was, of course, very different from what we had recorded until then, and we felt that what we were doing had suddenly assumed a far greater importance than before. The success of the invasion depended to a great extent on good intelligence, and the existence of the decoding centre at Bletchley Park and its successes was then completely unknown, even in intelligence circles.

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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Dim 25 Mai 2014 - 10:11

Jacques JONET ,est le parrain de Huges WAILLEZ ,fils de :? beau fils de pique pique ,et depute FN ....et le frère est a la GD ,ça a ete le drame avec TOBBACK a l intérieur cette histoire ???.
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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Dim 25 Mai 2014 - 10:19


Jacques Jonet et Bernard Mercier devaient bien se connaître ...

Beaucoup de nazis sont passés à Wilton park, comme à "Camp King" en Allemagne ... Pour être recrutés ?


http://www.memory-research.de/cms/files/File/BBC_History_Referenzrahmen_des_Krieges.pdf





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Des Guerres européennes à l'union de l'Europe
Henri Rieben
Fondation Jean Monnet pour l'Europe, Centre de recherches européennes, 1987 - 419 pages




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La république de la fraude
Jacques Bacelon
J. Grancher, 1986 - 323 pages




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Intelligence/Parapolitics
Numéros 54 à 71
1984








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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Dim 25 Mai 2014 - 17:22



Voir la vidéo (sans son) suivante :

Wilton House, Steyning, Sussex

http://www.britishpathe.com/video/institution-of-anglo-german-relations-wilton-park

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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Dim 25 Mai 2014 - 17:43


Pour les doués dans l'apprentissage des langues étrangères :

http://xoriyonews.com/view.php?id=450

GUDOOMIYAHA JAALIYADA SOMALILAND EE GERMANY OO KU TAAGEERAY WASIIRKA ARIMAHA DIBADA KA QAYBGALKA SHIRKII LONDON

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Wilton Park International Association (WPIA)

Belgien

Jacques G Jonet
Domaine du Fuji 21
B-1970 Wezembeek-Oppem

Tel: 00 32 2 731 3060
Fax: 00 32 2 782 1600
Email: jacques.jonet@skynet.be

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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Dim 25 Mai 2014 - 17:58



Dans le livre de David Teacher, "Rogue Agents" (3° édition) :






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MessageSujet: Re: Wilton Park   Mer 23 Juil 2014 - 18:06


Sur Wilton Park lors de la seconde guerre mondiale :

http://contentdm.warwick.ac.uk/cdm/ref/collection/tav/id/3162

From the Evening Standard : denazification at Wilton Park

Archive file Education: Wilton Park Training Centre, 1946-1949
Document reference 292/943/37
Title From the Evening Standard : denazification at Wilton Park
Issuing organisation Wilton Park Training Centre for German Prisoners of War (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)
Author Thompson, John
Contributors Evening standard (London, England)
Document date 18 March 1946

On peut se demander pourquoi cette association des amis de Wilton Park a été créée (avec Jacques Jonet, Sanchez Bella et Jean Violet). Cela fait évidemment penser à Camp King en Allemagne, où Henry Kissinger a été actif.

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Voir également :

http://archive.today/COGmK

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