The Irish Clerical "Republic" was Founded by 2 British Spies!!
The British Empire Irish "Republic" exposed at last!!

In the 20th century, at least 5 states were created by Gog and Magog. They were: Irish clerical "Republic", Nazi Germany, Saudi Arabia, the Crusader state of "Israel" and the Islamic "Republic" of Iran. Unfortunately, only one of these states (Nazi Germany) has disappeared from history,

Erskine Childers (1870 - 1922)
Erskine Childers
(1870 1922).

It is beyond belief but the Irish clerical "Republic" was founded by 2 British spies.

A true Republic next door to an absolute monarchy is as impossible as mixing iron and clay (Daniel Chapter 2).

Éamon de Valera was the 4th president of the clerical "Republic."
Éamon de Valera

Eskine Childers was the quintessential upper class Englishman.....Public school (private school) at age 10, and then Trinity College, Cambridge. He was a super-patriotic British imperialist . . . and the co-founder of the Irish clerical "Republic."

He was the forerunner of the Ayatollah Khomeini and the "Republic" he had in mind was not a "government of the people, by the people, and for the people," but a clerical "Republic run by the Latin hierarchy!

A real Republic like the United States is the BEST form of government because nobody should be ruled by another without his/her consent. Ancient Israel was a Republic for the first 500 years until the people rebelled and asked JEHOVAH to give them a king.

The great weakness of a Republic and a free society is the fact that despicable spies can very easily infiltrate and destroy it from within. Once a Republic becomes involved in foreign wars, that is a sure recipe for its destruction. Ancient Rome was a Republic until Julius Caesar began the conquest of Gaul . . . and that led to the downfall of that Republic.

Erskine Childers circa 1900.
Erskine Childers circa 1900.

Erskine was a gung-ho British "patriot" who volunteered to fight the 2 Christian Dutch Republics of South Africa in order to steal their gold and diamonds!!

He was an ardent imperialist who hated Republics and believed wholeheartedly in the British monarchy.

He was also the co-founder of the Irish clerical "Republic."

Childers as a Boer War soldier.
Childers as a Boer
War soldier.

If he was alive in 1812 he would be the first to volunteer to fight the newly created United States. By that time (1899), Queen Victoria—who hated foreign wars since the death of her beloved German husband—was too old the restrain her subjects.

To his great disappointment, Childers did not kill any Christian Boer farmers and return rich with diamonds and gold. His short career in the army was mediocre.

After returning from the war, he decided to become an author and expose the "German threat" to the British North Sea fleet. After the Boer War, no country in the world (especially Germany) had the remotest possibility of challenging the might of the British Empire.

The 1903 Riddle of the Sands.
The 1903 Riddle of the Sands.

The Germans are coming, the Germans are coming!!

Erskine's 1903 book was the first spy novel to expose the "German threat."

The Kaiser had just told the Boer farmers that he had no navy so he couldn't render them any assistance.

Erskine and his wife Molly on a Baltic cruise.
Erskine and his wife Molly
on a Baltic cruise.

Childers was the forerunner of MI6 spy William Le Queux.

Before joining the British army, Childers bought a yacht and took a long cruise to the Frisian Islands. His book was based upon that voyage and he claimed that the Germans were secretly building up their navy to challenge British maritime supremacy!!

Naturally, it caused a sensation like the later Le Queux books. Here is an excerpt from that fear mongering book.

"I start with two certainties," he said. "One is that I was 'moved on' from that coast, because I was too inquisitive. The other is that Dollmann is at some devil's work there which is worth finding out. Now"–he paused in a gasping effort to be logical and articulate. "Now—well, look at the chart. No, better still, look first at this map of Germany. It's on a small scale, and you can see the whole thing." He snatched down a pocket-map from the shelf and unfolded it. "Here's this huge empire, stretching half over central Europe–an empire growing like wildfire, I believe, in people, and wealth, and everything. They've licked the French, and the Austrians, and are the greatest military power in Europe. I wish I knew more about all that, but what I'm concerned with is their sea-power. It's a new thing with them, but it's going strong, and that Emperor of theirs is running it for all it's worth. He's a splendid chap, and anyone can see he's right. They've got no colonies to speak of, and must have them, like us. They can't get them and keep them, and they can't protect their huge commerce without naval strength. The command of the sea is the thing nowadays, isn't it? I say, don't think these are my ideas," he added, naively. "It's all out of Mahan and those fellows. Well, the Germans have got a small fleet at present, but it's a thundering good one, and they're building hard. (Childers, Riddle of the Sands, pp. 86-87).

By 1914, Ireland was ready for Home Rule and a Home Rule bill had passed Parliament. It might not have satisfied everybody but it was a start to the search for a peaceful solution to the problems of that troubled land.

The Irish Parliament was abolished in 1800 and moved to Westminster. This abolition of the Irish Parliament was engineered by another British spy named William Wickham.

A British spy helped abolish the Irish Parliament in 1800!!
In 465 AD, the great Saint Patrick died and went to his eternal reward in Heaven.

In 1155, English Pope Adrian IV donated Hibernia to King Henry II of England. The Pope claimed as his authority for doing so the forged Donation of Constantine. Henry's title was LORD of Ireland, while the Pope was the de facto KING of Ireland.

Up to that time, Christianity in Ireland had no connection whatsoever with Papal Rome. Irish Christians used the old Latin Itala Version of the Bible, and their date for Passover/Resurrection was the full moon Jewish Passover.

In 1542, the Parliament of Ireland, under the Crown of Ireland Act, granted King Henry VIII and his successors the title King of Ireland. The corrupt monasteries were suppressed by the Parliaments in England and Ireland.

At that time, the Hibernians were fearful of a Spanish invasion and they looked to England as a big brother to protect them!

William Wickham (1761 -1840) from a portrait painted in Vienna in 1801.
William Wickham (1761–1840) from
a portrait painted in Vienna in 1801.

Master spy Wickham was sent to France in 1795 to work closely with fellow agent Napoleon Bonaparte.

Wickham was determined to have the young Republic invade Ireland.

This invasion would be the pretext for the abolition of the Irish Parliament.

Recent biography of William Wickham, master spy.
Recent biography of
William Wickham, master spy.

Master spy Wickham was also stationed in Switzerland and Austria. He worked closely with the Austrians to affect the destruction of the French Republic:

The ideal Austrian strategy from the British government's point of view was a two-front invasion, one from the lower Rhine into Franche-Comté and the other from the Alpine region into Savoy, the latter using a combined Austro-Sardinian force under an Austrian commander. Throughout the summer Wickham waited on tenterhooks, and in vain, for the Austrians to move, as conflicting reports of their intentions came to him. The pincer movement desired by Wickham never had any chance of success, for on both prospective battlefronts the Austrian generals showed little enthusiasm to move into France. In the south, General Joseph De Vins preferred the safer option of an invasion of the Riviera coast in the direction of Toulon, protected by the British fleet, to an advance into Savoy. This strategy failed to threaten the French interior, left Lyon without protection and effectively ended any hopes Wickham had of continued cooperation with the Royalists in the east. (Durey, William Wickham, p. 54.)

The French Republic was later destroyed by Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon's career mirrors that of Adolf Hitler. Both men invaded Russia on the same date, and both men were given a comfortable retirement thanks to the British government.

When France became a Republic in 1792, the British saturated that country with their spies in order to hasten its downfall. This led to French intervention in Ireland and a bloody insurrection in 1798,

Monarchies have always looked upon Republics as their deadly enemies. This was particularly so with Great Britain which was one of the most powerful monarchies in the world.

General Lazare Hoche
General Lazare Hoche


In 1796, British spy general Lazare Hoche tried to invade Ireland with 15,000 soldiers.

The last thing the French Republic needed to survive was foreign intervention.

Lazare's invasion attempt was a disaster.


Destruction of the French Armada in 1796.
Destruction of the French Armada
in 1796.

Ireland was also saturated with British spies. No way could a small island gain its independence by military force but the British had their French spies ready to assist them!!

The Irish insurrection of 1798

A deadly insurrection took place in Ireland in 1798 and this bloody conflict led to the abolition of the Irish Parliament 2 years later.

Battle of Vinegar Hill in Co. Wexford.
Battle of Vinegar Hill in Co. Wexford.

A deadly insurrection took place in Ireland in 1798.

With help from the French, this sanguinary conflict lasted an entire year.

When it was over, the British government decided that Ireland could no longer rule itself.

Atrocity scene during the insurrection.
Atrocity scene during the insurrection.

Thousands of men, women and children were killed in the year long bloody conflict. When it was all over, Prime Minister William Pitt decided that the Irish were no longer fit to rule themselves so he appointed his top general to rule the island.

William Pitt (1758 - 1806).
William Pitt (1758–1806).
Prime Minister from 1783 to 1801.

Due to the 1798 insurrection, Prime Minister William Pitt appointed Lord Cornwallis as Lord Lieutenant and commander-in-chief of Ireland,

This was the infamous Lord Cornwallis who "surrendered" at Yorktown in 1781.

Cornwallis' bayonets helped the Irish to pass the Act of Union.

Lord Conwallis (1738 - 1805).
Lord Conwallis

During the debates on the Act of Union, William Wickham was very, very busy trying to bribe all the Irish MP's:

The king's government had grown accustomed to a certain informality of procedure in the pursuit of its objectives. The ruthlessness cloaked within its foreign policy was here applied to Ireland, with the involvement of William Wickham as the common denominator. Ostensibly a mere under-secretary at the home office, in reality Wickham was one of the most powerful figures in Europe. From his important position in the alien office, the department that coordinated and controlled British secret service activity, Wickham was the financier of intelligence operations, and directed espionage on the continent. Roger Wells has commented that "secrecy, intrigue and conspiracy are the hallmarks of politics in the nineties [1790s]." (Geoghegan, The Irish Act of Union, p. 58).

In the end, it was mostly the Latin Church members who "voted" for the Union and the abolition of the Irish Parliament! After the abolition of the Irish Parliament, that country suffered from malign neglect.

3 victims of the Irish potato famine.
3 victims of the Irish potato famine.

After the abolition of Parliament, Ireland suffered from malign neglect.

A great famine devastated the country from 1845 to 1852.

The survivors emigrated en masse to the U.S., among them the ancestors of President Kennedy.

Famine Memorial in Dublin.
Famine Memorial in Dublin.

The Great Irish Famine was a boon to the Latin hierarchy because millions of their dupes emigrated to the United States, Canada, and Australia. Both of the ancestors of President Kennedy emigrated to the U.S. during that time.

Erskine Childers promoted another insurrection in 1916!!

The 1798 insurrection in Ireland led to the Act of Union and the abolition of the Irish Parliament; the second insurrection led to the creation of a clerical "Republic" under Éamon de Valera.

Molly Childers (1875 - 1964) was a great help to her MI5 husband.
Molly Childers (1875–1964) was
a great help to her MI5 husband.

In 1914, Erskine Childers led a major gun-running operation into Ireland from his yacht Asgard.

He was assisted by his wife Molly.

His activities were watched carefully by the Royal Navy.

Molly Childers and Mary Spring Rice with rifles aboard Asgard.
Molly Childers and Mary Spring Rice with rifles aboard Asgard.

All of the guns were purchased in Germany. The Bible tells us to give ALMS to the needy . . . not ARMS:

On 27 May, 1914, Erskine and Darrell Figgis departed for the Continent on a mission to buy guns. They travelled first to Liège, then the principal centre for arms dealing. Several dealers were consulted, who showed them a variety of types and makes of rifles. But all the weapons offered they considered old and expensive. Figgis continued to believe that they could do better in Hamburg. Therefore, two days later, they caught the train northwards, to the Hamburg offices of a company called Moritz Magnus. The two brothers who owned the business showed them several types of weapons, from which they selected 9 mm Mauser rifles. They were old-fashioned weapons, but very reliable. Even more to the point, they were comparatively cheap. After a quick calculation, they offered the dealers a contract for the supply of 1,500 rifles and 45,000 rounds of ammunition. But it quickly became apparent that there was some kind of problem. Although obviously interested, the brothers were strangely reluctant to accept the contract. Several times the Germans disappeared into a back room to confer. Figgis guessed that the difficulty lay with the German government's recently introduced ban on the export of weapons to Ireland. (Piper, Dangerous Waters, p. 124).

The 2nd Irish insurrection began on Easter Monday, 1916.

The GPO in Dublin was the center of the 1916 Easter insurrection.
The GPO in Dublin was the center of the 1916 Easter insurrection.

The insurrection lasted for a week and caused total devastation to the center of Dublin.

In the U.S., the insurrection won sympathy for the British as it was viewed as a "stab in the back" while they were dying by the thousands in the trenches.

Total devastation after the Easter insurrection.
Total devastation after the
Easter insurrection.

Here is an excerpt from a recent book entitled: England's Greatest Spy: Éamon de Valera:

A New York Times editorial dated May 4, reflected the prevailing public opinion regarding the Irish insurrection: "War is a stern business and the subject who sets himself against the Government when the nation is straining every resource to overcome enemies in the field, can hardly expect mercy ... The ally at home of the enemy abroad confesses himself a traitor....Great Britain is engaged in a terrible war, of which the end is not yet in view. It can hardly be doubted that in like circumstances, any other Government would, in like manner, have enforced the law in its full rigor."
Britain's very existence hung in the balance. The Irish failed to understand that the British, in allowing the insurrection to take place, were after bigger game - American public opinion and to counter John Devoy and the Irish-Americans who were engaged in orchestrating a cacophony of protests designed to rupture Anglo-American relations. The American people had to be persuaded to enter the war on the side of England and the Allies. (Turi, England's Greatest Spy: Éamon De Valera, pp. 71-72).

The timing of this insurrection was everything. It was just when British spies in the U.S. were mounting a major campaign to drag the U.S. into the war.

Éamon de Valera (1882 - 1975) as battalion commander.
Éamon de Valera (1882–1975)
as battalion commander.

Sinister MI5 spy Éamon de Valera was one of the ringleaders of the insurrection.

All the other leaders of the insurrection were shot . . . except for de Valera.

Patrick Pearse (1879 - 1916) was the overall leader of the insurrection.
Patrick Pearse (1879 - 1916) was the
overall leader of the insurrection.

For the leader of a major insurrection, de Valera led a charmed existence. After the insurrection, he was sent to Lincoln Jail in England. He had a more miraculous escape from prison than St. Peter. A visitor smuggled in a key to his cell in a cake and then the iron gates to the prison seemed to open miraculously.

De Valera conferring with his fellow spy Erskine Childers.
De Valera conferring with his
fellow spy Erskine Childers.

In 1922, Childers was arrested as a spy by the Irish "Republican" Army, and put before a firing squad.

His famous last words to the firing squad were: "Take a step forward lads, it'll be easier that way."

His fellow spy de Valera survived and went on to found a clerical "Republic."

Childers was arrested and shot by the IRA in 1922.
Childers was arrested and
shot by the IRA in 1922.

It is a miracle indeed that de Valera survived the Easter insurrection, the following Civil War, and all the bloody assassinations and reprisals that followed the founding of that "Republic."

Erskine H. Childers (1905 -1974) was the 3rd president of the clerical "Republic."
Erskine H. Childers (1905–1974) was the
3rd president of the clerical "Republic."

Erskine Hamilton Childers, son of the executed Erskine, was the 3rd president of the British Empire "Republic."

De Valera was a towering figure in the clerical "Republic" who dominated Irish politics from 1916 until his death in 1975.

Éamon de Valera was the 4th president of the clerical "Republic."
Éamon de Valera was the 4th
president of the clerical "Republic."

De Valera set up a totalitarian "Republic" totally dominated by the Latin hierarchy. The closest example of such a "Republic" today is the Islamic "Republic" of Iran.

Cardinal D'Alton (right) and the Archbishop of Dublin, Dr McQuaid, seen off at Dublin airport by de Valera on their way to Rome in 1962.

The Latin hierarchy completely dominated de Valera's "Republic."

The closest example today is the Islamic "Republic" of Iran.

De Valera kissing the ring of Pope John XXIII.
De Valera kissing the ring of
Pope John XXIII.

More sinister still, in 1929 de Valera's "Republic" was the first country to recognize the newly created Vatican City State.

The Irish "Republic" was the first to recognize Vatican City State!!

It is beyond belief that the Irish "Republic" was the first country to recognize Vatican City State.

Vatican Embassy in Dublin.
Vatican Embassy in Dublin.

Rome has 2 embassies in Dublin.

It is beyond belief that the Irish "Republic" was the first country to recognize Vatican City State.

The Papacy is an absolute monarchy and the deadly enemy of all true Republics.


Italian Embassy in Dublin.
Italian Embassy in Dublin.

MI5 and MI6 would love to have a Vatican Embassy in London but Great Britain still has some Christians left who might strenuously object. A great location for the Vatican Embassy would be right next to MI6 headquarters!!

Vital Links



Durey, Michael, William Wickham, Master Spy: The Secret War Against the French Revolution. Pickering & Chato, London, 2009.

Childers, Erskine. The Riddle of the Sands. Smith Elder, London, 1903. Republished by the Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland, 1991.

Coogan, Tim Pat. Éamon De Valera. The Man Who Was Ireland. HarperCollins Publishers. New York, 1993.

Geoghegan, Patrick M. The Irish Act of Union. A Study in High Politics 1798-1801. St. Martin's Press, New York, 1999.

Meredith, Martin. Diamonds, Gold, and War: the British, the Boers, and the Making of South Africa. PublicAffairs, New York, 2007.

Piper, Leonard. Dangerous Waters. The Life and Death of Erskine Childers. Hambledon & London, London, 2003.

Turi, John J. England's Greatest Spy: Éamon De Valera. Stacey International, London, 2011.

Wilkinson, Burke. The Zeal of the Convert. The Life of Erskine Childers. Second Chance Press, Sag Harbor, New York, 1976.

Copyright © 2013 by Patrick Scrivener

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