Marco de Wit syyskuu 8, 2019


The famous Spectator columnist Taki has recently revealed that early on he tried to expose Jeffrey Epstein but his column was spiked.

The only column of mine in 42 years that was spiked long ago was about Epstein. I called him a raging pedophile and an assistant editor got scared and killed it. I have never laid eyes on the ghastly Epstein. (Taki’s Magazine)


Was Taki’s column spiked sometime between 1999-2005 when Boris Johnson, the present Prime Minister of Britain was the editor of the Spectator?

That would seem to be probable because before 1999 Epstein was not yet totally out of control and after 2005 Epstein was already under police investigation and therefore Spectator probably would not then have spiked the article.


Boris Johnson, Conservative MP and editor of The Spectator magazine, at a party to mark The Spectator’s 175th anniversary, at the Four Seasons Hotel, Park Lane, London. Among those also in attendance at the party were Home Secretary David Blunkett, broadcasters David Dimbleby and Andrew Neil, and Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble. 16/10/2004 The Spectator editor Johnson, has been ordered by Tory leader Michael Howard to go to Liverpool to apologise for an article in his magazine accusing its people of ’wallowing’ in their ’victim status’. Mr Johnson, who is also the Conservative shadow minister for the arts, said he would be travelling to the city next week in a ’spirit of complete humility’ to apologise in person for the offence caused. (Photo by PA Images via Getty Images) Link to Getty images



In the early 2000s the Spectator was owned by Hollinger Group which was controlled by Conrad Black(wJ).


At the time Hollinger group also included the Jerusalem Post.

On the board of the Hollinger group sat many extreme Zionists, including Les Wexner, the mentor of Jeffrey Epstein.


Was it Conrad Black who ordered Boris Johnson to spike Taki’s column? Or was it the board that was in the process of firing Black?



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