Gerry Docherty

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(teacher, author, revisionist)

Gerry Docherty is a Scottish former headteacher and author of several historic plays. His most recent, Lie Of the Land, told the story of two cousins from the same small village in Scotland who won the Victoria Cross at the Battle of Loos in 1915. With Jim Macgregor, he is co-author of Hidden History a meticulously researched and documented rebuttal of the Official Narrative of the origins of World War I

On his involvement with the production of Hidden History he says:

"What was de-motivating and then incredibly motivating was the quantity of sources and resources that have been deliberately destroyed - burnt, shredded, culled. We spent a week in London and Oxford and it was fascinating and horrifying how much isn't there. It's not that it's covered by a thirty year, fifty year, hundred year, rule, it has disappeared." [1]

 

Documents by Gerry Docherty

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Commission for the Relief of Belgium 1article5 August 2015WW1
Commission for Relief in Belgium
The organisation, promotion and diversion of Belgian 'relief funding' for the hidden but nonetheless express purpose of prolonging the war
Document:Commission for the Relief of Belgium 2article12 August 2015Herbert Hoover
WW1
Commission for Relief in Belgium
The organisation, promotion and diversion of Belgian 'relief funding' for the hidden but nonetheless express purpose of prolonging WW1.
Document:Hidden History - Concluding chapterbook extract4 July 2013The Great Game
WW1
The concluding chapter of a seminal work of historical revision on the origins of World War I and 100 years of establishment lies to hide where responsibility really lies
 

A Quote by Gerry Docherty

PageQuoteSource
UK/Deep state“Five principal players, Cecil Rhodes, William Stead, Lord Reginald Esher, Lord Nathaniel Rothschild and Alfred Milner were the founding fathers, but the secret society developed rapidly in numbers, power and presence in the years before 1914. Influential old aristocratic families that had long dominated Westminster were more deeply involved, as was King Edward VII, who operated within the inner core of the Secret Elite. Cecil Rhodes, a mining magnate who made millions in South Africa, had long talked about setting up a Jesuit-like secret society, pledged to take any action necessary to protect and promote the power of the British Empire. He sought to "bring the whole uncivilized world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for the making of the Anglo-Saxon race but one empire." * In essence the plan was as simple as that.”Prolonging The Agony


References

  1. Clackmannanshire authors rewrite history - Alloa and Hillfoots Advertiser 19 July 2013