THERE IS A NURSE ALIVE: Mary Pinchot Meyer. Heather Mills interviews. n
October 31, 2007 was the day of the fabulous GMTV Heather Mills interview by Fiona Phillips.
Heather Mills had the guts to attack the continious stream of lies and discrediting concerning her person and the disgusting attitude of the UK tabloid press in general.
This was an extremely courageous thing for her to do, for she was right in the middle of her divorce case with Paul McCartney; she risked everything: she was as sincere as can be. Her courage to speak out about the absolute scandalous nazi-like behavior of certain parts of the mainstream media even endangered her rights toward her daughter Beatrice at one point. She chose to speak out that the police had come to her informing her that there were serious death threads aimed at her. This might have been a motive for the judge to place Beatrice at Paul's house. She took all these risks; she chose to fight against MEDIA LIES!
Against all odds, she knew it would do her no good speaking out like that. At one time she even refers to those risks herself.
This was Heather Mills' way to fight against media fakery. At the same time, this interview is crucial for the issues in this series as well. I just like to add to this introduction: please, take your time and study this interview thoroughly. Listen very carefully to the things she dares to say in her position, and also watch closely her body language as well. There are times she looks directly into the camera as if she's addressing other persons as well: Paul, the media and MI5?? Who knows. This is classic stuff:
These are the available transcripts of the entire interview:
Some quotes of this interview, which will turn out to be relevant later on:
At 4.30: "I have protected my husband. I know everything and I know the truth.
At 6.10: "I have protected Paul for this long and I am trying to protect him but I am being pushed to the edge"
At 7.08: "I'm not allowed to talk about it because it's a criminal act if I talk about my daughter. You have no idea what's going on. These figures are made up"
At 7.26: "So I'm gagged at the moment because I'm not allowed to say a word while the media are fed this spin by a certain corner."
GMTV: "One of the clauses, apparently, in this whole divorce thing, is that you want to be able to sell your story...
She replied: "It's rubbish. I can sell my story right now. I'm trying to protect Paul and our daughter. I am trying, and I'm being pushed to the edge."
At 8.10: ""Look what they're doing to the McCanns.
The woman has lost, and the poor father, have lost their daughter. What are we doing as a nation?
What are we doing persecuting a woman that is devastated behind closed doors and trying to hold it together, as I have for 18 months.
"What did the paparazzi do to Diana?
They chased her and they killed her.
"Never mind all these other stories, that is what we are doing as a nation, buying these newspapers. Every time you buy one of those, you contribute to it. So force a change for responsible journalism."
From part 2 at 3.17:
"I have a box of evidence that's going to a certain person should anything happen to me, so if you top me off, it's still going to that person, and the truth will come out.
"There is so much fear from a certain party of the truth coming out that lots of things have been put out and done, so the police came round and said 'you have had serious death threats from an underground movement'.
"I was like 'Are you serious?', and they said 'Here's the 999 number', but I never rang the 999 number, I always rang the 0845 number.
"The press write I'm crying wolf for 999 calls, when the police came to me to tell me I had death threats and I had to be careful.
"That means my daughter's life is at risk, because she's with me all the time. "Could I get security? No.
"Did I have to go to the bank and borrow it? Yes.
"It's disgusting, it's absolutely disgusting. Who created those death threats? The media.
"A certain part of the tabloid media created such a hate campaign against me, it put my life and my daughter's life at risk.
"That's why I considered killing myself, because I thought if I was dead, at least my daughter would be safe.
"And that is the truth, and I've got nothing to lose
Wow, this quote by Heather instantly reminds of Mary Pinchot Meyer:
I have a box of evidence that's going to a certain person should anything happen to me
Remember from this post:
'if anything every happened to me, the diary had to be destroyed
Mary's diary was supposedly stored in a closed steel box...
Heather mentioned the McCann family: their daughter Madeleine is missing during a holiday in Praia da Luz, Portugal. There is a very weird timing issue with Heather's reference to the McCanns in this interview.
This is a Daily Mail article form the very same day as the interview, October 31, 2007:
Written by Hunter Davies,
who wrote an authorized biography of the Beatles.
While we were living at Luz, an unexpected visitor arrived in the middle of the night by taxi from Faro (and with no escudos to pay his fare). It was Paul McCartney with his new girlfriend Linda and her daughter Heather, who was about the same age as our eldest child, Caitlin. They stayed for two weeks.
It turns out that Hunter Davies met Paul McCartney in Praia da Luz December '68, the very same village where Madeleine McCann went missing! And this Daily Mail article about this meeting between McCartney and Davies including the case of Madeleine McCann happened
to be published on exactly the same day
as the crucial Heather Mills interview in which she on hèr turn mentions de McCanns! Quite a coincidence...
With all of this in mind, including the blatant reference to Mary Meyer's staged death in his 9/11/2007 video, the discrediting of Heather Mills by the media and the fake M1 car accident, Iamaphoney's reaction
to this revealing interview by Heather Mills must be one of the most intriguing he ever made. And it sure was...See next post.