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 Meet the Finnish ambassador to Nazi Germany's son, Peter Borenius
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Many are luxury flats now but memories of their momentous place in global industrial history can still be found in Stroud’s towering textile mills. Britain was the first country in the world to industrialise – but what was innovation and profit to some was misery to others. In the seventeenth and eighteenth century thousands of rural workers were turned off land they’d held for generations - as part of the enclosures - to work in the new textile industry. As Tony Gosling discovered at Dunkirk Mill – Stroud’s abundant water power made it the natural place to build the world’s first factories - where – for the first time ever - the entire cloth-making
process could be brought under one roof …..
https://www.facebook.com/stroudtextiletrust/
http://stroud-textile.org.uk

A resident of Broad Chalk, by the river Ebble, Peter Borenius is the son of Tancred Borenius, the Finnish ambassador to Nazi Germany. Father Tancred played an important role in tricking Rudolf Hess to fly to Britain in 1941, getting him out of the way of Martin Bormann who was busy taking over the Third Reich. Bormann was the Reichsleiter, Nazi party chief and he was busy eliminating all those close to Hitler, including, with the help of S.O.E. [according to William Stevenson], the hated 'butcher of Prague so beloved by Hitler, Reinhard Heydrich.

The psy-op at Charlottesville. Virginia Governor Terry MacAuliffe’s order for the Charlottesville police to stand down. What happens when a former U.S. Intelligence Asset exacts ideological revenge on the system that dismissed her advance 9/11 warnings and targeted her for character assassination for speaking the truth? Susan Lindauer shows us with her radio program, covering anti-terrorism and world events from an honest and objective perspective. Susan Lindauer is an American journalist and antiwar activist. In 2003 she was falsely accused of conspiring to act as an unregistered agent for the Iraqi Intelligence Service and engaging in prohibited financial transactions with the government of Iraq under Saddam Hussein.
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https://extremeprejudiceusa.wordpress.com
http://tfrlive.com/covertreport/


Bristol Against Forced Organ Harvesting Making people aware of illegal, state-run forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China - for profit. Becky James has been involved in raising awareness of organ harvesting for the last six years
http://www.bafoh.co.uk
Sent this into BBC Radio Gloucestershire in April 2017, spoke to the managing editor Kirsty Ward who said she'd listen to it. Called back several times during May and June to ask if she wanted to use it. But never managed to get a coherent reply. So four months late - here it is on BCfm!

Many are luxury flats now but memories of their momentous place in global industrial history can still be found in Stroud’s towering textile mills.
Britain was the first country in the world to industrialise – but what was innovation and profit to some was misery to others. In the seventeenth and eighteenth century thousands of rural workers were turned off land they’d held for generations - as part of the enclosures - to work in the new textile industry.
As Tony Gosling discovered at Dunkirk Mill – Stroud’s abundant water power made it the natural place to build the world’s first factories - where – for the first time ever - the entire cloth-making process could be brought under one roof …..

IN: ”I’m Jane Ford and I’m standing here at Dunkirk Mill………”
OUT: “…….When they see it start up.. their faces just light up.” [whoosh]

Robin Mitchell from the Stroudwater Textiles Trust there at Dunkirk Mill - just North of Nailsworth - speaking to our reporter Tony Gosling
And you’ll find the three historic mills round Nailsworth and Stroud open to the public on most weekends throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn – pop in to Stroud or Nailsworth Information centres for further details.

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