Normal - I should just mention that I had been told that Grosvenor had Spy Agency connections. Indeed years later the UK press would report that Grosvenor's owner had boasted about his connections with the intelligence community. Indeed his connections were a "who's who" of power elites spreading from Royalshould just mention that I had been told that Grosvenor had Spy Agency connections. Indeed years later the UK press would report that Grosvenor's owner had boasted about his connections with thety to the Defense establishment.
Code - - I should just mention that I had been told that Grosvenor had Spy Agency connections. Indeed years later the UK press would
Code - I knew that an earlier leaver had effectively been blacklisted, and I had been told that a Spy Agency had been involved. But as I had done an excellent job, I didn't expect other than excellent references.
Not only had I done a first class job for Grosvenor (and previous companies as well), but I was twice asked by them to withdraw my resignation.
Indeed Grosvenor, who were using “The Caldwell Partners” as their head-hunter for my position (the actual head-hunters involved subsequently joined Korn Ferry in Vancouver) turned down the first short list interviewed on the grounds that none of the candidates measured up to me (I was told this by the then Executive Vice President who also provided me with an excellent written reference which I still have today). Incidentally, "The Caldwell Partners" had advertised my position with Grosvenor as “Worldwide Controller … Likely the most senior Controllership role in Canada”.
I believe that the original lies that were spread about went just to my competence, but when you have Spy Agencies on the job there is no end to it. People will do what they think power wants; without being too much bothered by the truth.
Writing now many years later, false rumours have been spread about me over the years that wrongly painted me as -- a grossly incompetent employee, who has had some relationship with the drug trade, is a deranged suicidal maniac and a sexual deviant to boot. In the world of the Spy Agencies this sort of slandering is known as KOMPROMAT.
There is not an iota of truth to any of it. Itʼs all manufactured lies. Yet people think: where there is smoke there must be fire. As one top head-hunter told me – Iʼm 95% sure you are telling the truth; but how could I take the risk of recommending you to a client unless I was 100% sure.
I should just mention that Grosvenor has denied any involvement in the blacklisting or the "Zersetzen" threats that followed on.
I donʼt know; there was certainly no logic to it. I do know that Grosvenor had blacklisted at least one other. My wife thinks it was about petty jealousies. In fact blacklisting in many ways is the worst part of Zersetzen since it ostracises one from one's community, and runs one out of money.
A top politico suggested to me that as it probably only took a 30 second call to blacklist me, the people involved didn't see it as a major issue and were actually very annoyed that I have made such an issue of it. So in a sense I have become a fairly major whistleblower, describing Zersetzen and itemizing, with huge proof, this illegal persecutory behaviour by the very security agencies that are supposed to be protecting us.
Whistleblowers, particularly those who demonstrate the illegal Gestapo side of our secret security agencies, are seen as a threat by these same agencies who seek to cover-up what they have done by terrorising the whistleblower into silence.
There is no logic to this persecution. Zersetzen is about throwing power around, not logic.
CSIS puts another of their lies in writing
I recently made a submission under the "Access to Information Act" for any documentation that the CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Agency) has that relates to me.
CSIS responded saying that they will neither confirm nor deny that they have any documentation on me, but that if they did have it (and I can PROVE that they do have some documentation on me), then what they have on me would be exempt from disclosure as it "could reasonably be expected" ... to "relate to the efforts of Canada towards detecting, preventing, or supressing subversive or hostile activities".
Subversive or hostile activities? THIS IS ABSOLUTE NONSENSE but then CSIS have to provide a fig leaf to give the politicos an excuse for not doing their oversight job properly.