If an American saw the real Winston Churchill on Facebook, or met him on the street, his face wouldn't ring a bell....He/she wouldn't do a double take, or recognize him as the British "bulldog" who defended his "beleaguered island" from an invasion by his own Nazis!!

The Churchill strong conspiracy began during the corrupt Victorian era (18371901) but dominated most of the 20th century. It was "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma."

If "Kaiser Bill" had won WWI, King George V would have been deposed and replaced by a descendant of King Charles III....If the Hitler doppelgängers had won WWII, King George VI would have been replaced by a descendant of "Bonnie" Prince Charlie.

This expose will make the hundreds of books written about those "mighty men" obsolete . . . or gone with the wind! This expose also confirms the fact that Britannia is without a doubt Leviathan and Gog and Magog (Psalm 74:14, Isaiah 27:1, Apocalypse 20:8).

Albert, Prince of Wales,

Femme fatale Jennie Jerome from New York City was the mother of Winston Churchill.

Because of her Edomite/Iroquois ancestry, the British derisively called her "Sitting Bull."

Albert, Prince of Wales, and the future King Edward VII "Edward the Caresser" was his real father!

The couple first met on the Isle of Wight in the summer of 1871.

Jennie Jerome from New York

The affable (make love, not war) Prince of Wales had a firstborn son named Edward (Prince Eddy) who had to be recycled because he was Jack the Ripper!

Queen Victoria hated her firstborn and kept him waiting until 1901 to succeed to the throne. Albert was a Francophile, and he loved Paris, because he was provided with a special "sex-chair" where he could be serviced by 2 or 3 prostitutes simultaneously!

The Prince of Wales almost prevented a world war in 1899 because General Herbert Kitchener almost triggered a war with France over the Sudanese Fashoda Crisis.

The real Winston Churchill
( Nov. 30, 1874 –1900) in 1895.

The real Winston Churchill was TALL—close to 6ft.—and looked like a virtual centaur in the saddle!

In school he was a DUNCE and had no interest in academics!

In February 1895, Churchill joined the 4th Queen's Own Hussars, and after minor deeds of derring-do in Cuba he was transferred to Bombay, India.

It was all part of creating the Winston Churchill "rock star" legend!

In 1896, the real Winston was
galloping to glory in India!

The next big assignment for the "galloping rock star" was joining the 21st Lancers in a cavalry charge at the Battle of Omdurman in September 1898. By that time cavalry charges were rendered obsolete by repeating rifles, Maxim machine guns, and artillery. Those "glory hounds" believed they were reenacting the 1854 Charge of the Light Brigade against Muslims . . . instead of Russians!

General Herbert Kitchener
(18151916) in the Sudan.

General Herbert Kitchener "Attila the Hun" was a ruthless, fanatical Anglo-Irishman who was sent to the Sudan in 1896 to "avenge the death" of General Charles Gordon (18331885).

In reality, his mission was to keep the French from controlling Egypt after they built the Suez Canal.

According to the legend, Churchill took part in the bloody Battle of Omdurman cavalry charge without receiving a single scratch!

At that battle the Muslims began their day by praying to Allah for victory, but by nightfall most of them were with Muhammad in Hades!

The charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman, September 2, 1898.

Unlike many of the other survivors, he never suffered post traumatic stress disorder! After the battle, Kitchener moved up the Nile to confront a French expedition under General Jean-Baptiste Marchand (1863-1934). That confrontation, called the Fashoda Crisis, almost triggered a war between Britannia and France over control of the Sudan and Egypt.

When you view the Winston Churchill masquerade, one man always appears behind the curtain pulling the strings. His name was Ian Hamilton, and he was the precursor of Ian Fleming, creator of the James Bond 007 secret service agent.

General Ian Hamilton (1853–1947)
created the WC "rock star" legend!

General Ian Hamilton was fluent in French and German and he learned Hindustani and Urdu while serving in India.

While serving in the First Boer War he was captured and released by the Boers.

That fanatical Jacobite soldier and scholar wrote most of the books attributed to "Winston Churchill."

Hamilton is seated on the right next to Kitchener
and spy General Louis Botha.

Hamilton was a virtual Russophobe, and in the 1905 Russo-Japanese War he was a British military adviser to the fanatical Japanese fighting Orthodox Russia.

Under First Lord of the Admiralty "Winston Churchill," and General Kitchener, he was responsible for the disastrous Gallipoli Campaign, which cost the lives of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders.

The real Winston Churchill outside
his tent in South Africa.

Eager to join the fight and gain more glory, the real Winston Churchill sailed for South Africa in October 1898.

The real Winston Churchill was still tall and slim when he arrived in South Africa to fight the Boer farmers!

Officially, he was listed as a war correspondent, but war correspondent is just an euphemism for spy!

According to the legend, his train was ambushed by a group of Boer commandos, led by General Louis Botha.


The real Winston Churchill
in South Africa in 1898.

One of the captives was a man named "Winston Churchill." That "Churchill" engineered the "great escape" from a prison camp in Pretoria.

When the Romans were fighting the Jews they took advantage of their prohibition from fighting on the Jewish Sabbath to attack them. Likewise, the British took advance of the Christian Boers to attack them on the Christian Sabbath!

A "short in the saddle" WC double after his
"great escape" from the prison camp.

Those photos show a "short in the saddle" horseman named "Winston Churchill" who had just made a "great escape" from a prison camp in Pretoria.

In the days before Facebook and cell phones, few people knew what the real Winston Churchill looked like.

"Dead men tell no tales" so those soldiers probably left their bones in South Africa!

Another photo of that "short in the
saddle" WC double!!

When the Romans were fighting the Jews they took advantage of their prohibition from fighting on the Jewish Sabbath to attack them. Likewise, the British took advance of the Christian Boers to attack them on the Christian Sabbath!

When you are unmasking a double don't look for similarities . . . but differences....As with coins or paper money, the smallest difference will expose a counterfeit.

A WC double retelling his Homeric
"great escape" in Durban.

On December 17, 1899, the "rock star" arrived via boat in Durban from Portuguese Angola, and wowed his audience with his Homeric "great escape."

So far it was the only "good news" from the war front for Leviathan!

All the major British and U.S. correspondents were there to record his every word. It was the precursor of the Beer Hall putsch that turned an Adolf Hitler doppelgänger into a Nazi superstar!


The WC double wowing the
crowd with his exploits!

There are no photos of the "rock star" returning to Britain . . . because he never returned....Here is a brief quote from an MP named Roy Jenkins (19202003) who knew some of the doubles personally:

Churchill landed at Southampton on 20 July 1900. Ten weeks and two days later he was elected a member of Parliament from Oldham, still within his twenty-sixth year (Jenkins, Churchill, p. 65).

Just 3 years later a delegation of Boers, led by General Louis Botha, arrived in London. They were begging the British for money when South Africa contained the richest gold mines in the entire world!

General Louis Botha (18621919)
took the Churchill double captive.

General Louis Botha was in reality a British Secret Service agent serving in South Africa.

Incredibly, when he traveled to London 3 years after the war, the "Churchill" MP didn't recognize him!

That was because he was a phony "Churchill" double and had never served in the "Gold War" in South Africa.


The "Churchill" MP from Oldham
in 1900 looked about 35.

Here is a quote from an autobiography of "Churchill" entitled My Early Life:

It was not until three years later, when the Boer Generals visited England to ask some loans or assistance on behalf of their devastated country, that I was introduced to their leader, General Botha. We talked of the war and I briefly told the story of my capture. Botha listened in silence; then he said, 'Don't you recognise me? I was that man. It was I who took you prisoner. I, myself,' and his bright eyes twinkled with pleasure. Botha in white shirt and flock coat looked very different in all save size and darkness of complexion from the wild war-time figure I had seen that rough day in Natal. (Churchill, My Early Life, pp. 254-255).

The gold from South Africa would later finance "Kaiser Bill's" massive military and naval build-up in preparation for World War I.

A WC double was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty in 1911

The preparation for WWI gathered speed in 1908. On April 8, Prime Minister Henry Campbell-Bannermain died suddenly in 10 Downing St. He was succeeded by bellicose Herbert Henry Asquith.

Asquith offered the Churchill double the position of president of the Board of Trade. An archaic law from 1705 required that he seek reelection as MP from Oldham. The Churchill double ran for office from Oldham and lost. Then he switched to Dundee, Scotland, and was elected MP by the Scots on May 9, 1908.

On September 12, he marred another Scot named Clementine Hozier.

Wedding of Clementine Hozier and a Churchill double, Sept. 12, 1908.

On September 12, 1908. Clementine Hozier married a Churchill double in St. Margaret's Church in Westminster.

The real Churchill would have been 34. No clear photos exist of the "wedding of the decade" because the groom looked about 40.

The real Winston's only knowledge of nautical affairs was sailing to Cuba, India, the Sudan, and South Africa.



A Churchill double as First Lord
of the Admiralty in 1912.

The real Winston didn't know a sextant from a sexton. The First Lord of the Admiralty was in charge of misruling the waves. Imagine a frequent flyer piloting an aircraft and you can see the absurdity of that appointment if he was the real Winston.

Clementine and the double had 3 children: Diana, Randolph, and Sarah. Pamela Digby married Randolph Churchill on September 12, 1939, and she was the real mother of Hillary Clinton.

A Churchill double learning to
fly in early 1914.

According to his wife Clementine, "Winston" was an inept trainee pilot who succeeded in killing all of his instructors.

At that time aviation was in its infancy and flying was suicidal.

Despite all her pleadings, "Winston" would not give up his flying lessons!

A WC double and Clementine at the
seaside in Sandwich Bay, July 1914.

There was no such thing as civil aviation in Britain and all flying was sponsored by the military. That is why their planes were so dangerous and forerunners of the De Havilland Comets.

After the Gallipoli Campaign and the Dardanelles disaster, a Churchill double was forced to resign as First Lord of the Admiralty.

A WC double before joining the Grenadier Guards in 1915..

After the Dardanelles disaster, a WC double was forced to resign in disgrace as First Lord of the Admiralty.

After that disaster most Britons hated him, but the Scottish Jacobites loved him!

Incredibly, a "Churchill" served briefly in the trenches in France with a British regiment called the Grenadier Guards.


A WC double in the center with the familiar "bulldog face"
serving in the Royal Scots Greys in 1915.

That was like having a TARGET on his back! Incredibly, a Grenadier Guard in the same regiment as "Churchill" was awarded the Military Cross for "accidentally killing" one of his own men:

Before he could take up his new command he was due another spell in the trenches with the Guards. In this forty-eight hour period a remarkable incident occurred which he told his wife about. A party of ten Grenadiers under Second Lieutenant The Honourable William Alastair Darner Parnell raided across No Man’s Land and occupied part of the opposing German trench. This, they found, was largely deserted and waterlogged, but they came upona three-man German picket. They ‘beat the brains’ out of two of the Germans with clubs and triumphantly dragged the third one back to the British lines as a prisoner. What the Grenadiers did not mention was that young Lieutenant Parnell accidentally fired his pistol, killing one of his own men. The rest of the Grenadiers pretended that their comrade was killed by the Germans and Parnell was awarded the Military Cross. (Major Gibb, With Winston Churchill At the Front, p. 61).

If the Grenadiers believed that they had killed the real Churchill they were in for a rude awakening! The real Churchill would have been 41 in 1915. 40 was the maximum age for drafting "Kaiser Bill's" cannon fodder when the Conscription Act was passed in 1916.

As soon as the WC double joined the Scottish Regiment he declared war on . . . FLEAS! Then he proceeded to paint the war zone!

A WC double outside old Jerusalem
House in 1921.


A Churchill double attended the Cairo Conference in 1921, which laid the groundwork for the Middle East as we know it today.

The real Winston would have been 47 but that "Churchill" looks close to 57.

At that time the double laid the foundation for the present Edomite state.

The double planting a tree on
Mount Scopus in Old Jerusalem.

The WC doubles were greatly disappointed by the results of WWI. After the war they laid the Foundation for Soviet Communism, the Edomite state, and the Papal Irish "Republic" called Eire. They also worked very closely with the Hitler doppelgängers to create the Third Reich.

A Churchill double forgot that Americans drive on the right hand side of the road!!

Capitalizing on the so-called "Jennie Jerome" connection with the United States, a WC double went on a lecture tour of the New World in 1908. On his first lecture tour in New York City he was introduced by Mark Twain, who shares a birthday, November 30, with the real Winston Churchill.

His next tour took place in 1929—the very year when J.P. Morgan crashed the Stock Market....His next tour began in 1931 when he was almost killed crossing Fifth Avenue in New York City.

While crossing Fifth Ave he forgot to look right instead of left. As a result a speeding car almost killed him. According to the Department of Transportation nearly 32,000 died in traffic fatalities in America that year, Churchill was nearly one of them. The results of the accident weren't minor scrapes and bruises.

A WC double in a wheelchair after miraculously surviving a car accident.

A WC double made 3 lecture tours of the U.S. to tout his ghost-written tomes like The River War, and History of the English-Speaking People.

The double was almost 70 at that time, and when crossing Fifth Avenue he forgot to look to the right instead of the left.

As a result he was hit by a car and almost killed. The following year he contacted paratyphoid fever while touring the Marlborough battlefields.


The double exiting a sanatorium in Salzburg,
Austria, April 1932.

The following year while touring the Marlborough battlefields he developed paratyphoid fever and he had to retreat across the Austrian border to a sanatorium in Salzburg for 2 weeks. . . That double should have checked into one of the many insane asylums in Austria . . . and remained there for the rest of his life!

Several "bulldogs" defended their "beleaguered island" from an invasion by their own Nazis!!

The Phony War or sitzkrieg between Britain and Germany began on September 1, 1939, when the Adolf Hitler dopplegängers invaded Poland. 2 days later Britain and France declared war on Germany . . . but both countries did nothing to help Poland....Britain began to transfer vast amounts of military equipment to France which she hoped "Uncle Sap" would replace with Lend-Lease.

On May 10, 1940, Hitler invaded France and conquered that country with a lighting attack called blitzkrieg. The British Expeditionary Force evacuated Dunkirk leaving a huge amount of armaments behind for the Nazis to use in Operation Barbarossa.

double giving his trademark
double sign, May 10, 1940.

On May 10, 1940, a WC double became Prime Minister, and 3 days later he promised the people "blood, toil, tears and sweat.” as collateral damage for fighting their own Nazis.

That was before the Nazi invasion of Russia, when he worked closely with the real Rudolph Hess in planning Operation Barbarossa with the Duke of Hamilton.


The WC double discussing strategy
with Admiral Bertram Ramsey,
August 28, 1940.

A sprightly Churchill double visited Washington City in May 1943. He was very anxious for Roosevelt to expedite the Manhattan Project so that his Nazis would have the atomic bomb before the Russians entered Berlin.

double broadcasting to his
"beleaguered Britons" from the
White House in May 1943.

The bulldogs were terribly disappointed by the defeat of his Nazis at Stalingrad.

The Nazis were promised a miracle weapon that would snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.

That was the atomic bomb which the British-controlled top secret Manhattan Project was developing.


The "bulldog" sans cane crossing the Rhine
on the double, March 25, 1945.

Both bulldogs were very, very disappointed with the great Russian victory over their Hitler doppelgängers. Incredibly, in 1963, a WC double was made an honorary citizen of the U.S. by none other than Union Jack Kennedy.

A statue of the bulldog double outside Parliament Square in London.

Statues and busts of the "bulldogs" are legion throughout the British Empire.

The most famous statue is located outside Parliament Square in London.

Another statue is located outside the British Embassy in Washington City with the bulldog giving his trademark two-fingered double sign!!


A statue of the bulldog double outside
the British Embassy in Washington City.

The legend of "Winston Churchill" is fantastic and beyond belief. Like George Washington you will find very few books criticizing the icon. Here is a quote from just one of his famous speeches:

We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall fight in the water closets, we shall never surrender, and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, this island or a large part of it were subjugated and starving, then our empire beyond the seas, armed and guarded by the British fleet, would carry on the struggle, until, in God's good time, the new world, with all its power and might, steps forth to the rescue and the liberation of the old.

On that Churchillian island a WATER CLOSET is a public toilet! A lot more than fighting went on in the water closets!

What the double had in mind was that the United States would take the place of his defeated Nazis in conquering Mother Russia.

The Churchill doubles who dominated the 20th century were without a doubt "mighty men." Here is what the Scriptures say about mighty men at the Judgment Day:

The great day of JEHOVAH is near, it is near and comes quickly, even the voice of the day of JEHOVAH: the mighty man shall cry there bitterly (Zephaniah 1:14, Apocalypse 22:12).

Vital links


Churchill, Winston. My Early Life. 1874–1904. Charles Scribner's

Churchill, Winston. Life of Lord Randolph Churchill. (In 2 Volumes). The Macmillian Company, New York, 1908. Volume I and Volume II online.

Churchill, Winston. The River War: an Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan. (In 2 Volumes). Longmans Green & Co., London, 1899.

Gibb, Major Andrew Dewar. With Winston Churchill At the Front. Pen & Sword Publishers, 2016. Amazon Kindle Editon.

Gilbert, Martin. Churchill: A Life. RosettaBooks, London, 1991.

Higham, Charles. Dark Lady: Winston Churchill's Mother and her World. Charles & Graf Publishers, New York, 2006

Jenkins, Roy. Churchill. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. New York, 2001.

Lee. John. A Soldier's Life: General Sir Ian Hamilton. Macmillan, London & Oxford, 2000.

Roberts, Andrew. Churchill: Walking With Destiny. Viking Press, New York, 2019.

Wright, Patricia. Conflict on the Nile: The Fashoda Incident of 1898. Heinemann, London, 1972.

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