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Gene Decode! South Africa & the NWO. B2T Show Feb 10, 2021 (IS)

Show Notes

Blessed to Teach (B2T) empowers Christian Patriots with Truth!

Don’t miss Gene’s Decode on how the NWO got control of South Africa and how this is a Cabal stronghold!

Gene reviews the details of the Boer Wars and how Cecil Rhodes was extremely evil and ruthless. Discover how Rhodes was tied to the Rothschilds and other NWO Cabal members.

Gene also gives us a detailed update on the Deep Underground Military Bases being taken out world-wide showing that Patriots are in control.

We end with a Bible verse about how the Lord has plans for you… to help you and not to harm you!



 Gene Decode




The British Crown and the C_A teamed up treasonously via QinetiQ Group Plc (pronounced kinetic) controlled by the Monarch.

Lord Pirbright (Rothschild) and his banker cousins at NM Rothschild & Co. were godfathers of the 2nd Boer War concentration camps (1899-1902) to drive the French, Dutch and Germans out of South Africa.

New evidence shows that leading London Jews were running the first modern war concentration camps where over 60,000 people died, including children who were subjected to Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (now Wellcome Trust–Coronavirus funder and GlaxoSmithKline) vaccine experiments.

These Privy Council and Parliamentary records have been discovered after much difficulty and missing documents.

The British Government does not want a lot of their past brought to light, for example, a very specific company in Britain actually owns the patent and owns a vaccine for that patent for the Coronavirus. It is in England of course and more specifically a company called Qinetiq.  Who owns the patent for the coronavirus?

If you check with the patent office, it is very easy to find that this Coronavirus is owned by the British Pirbright Institute which has a nefarious history and is tied to the British Government. There are early experiments in Germany and chemical warfare plus the development of vaccines through the Burroughs Wellcome Company, Sir Henry Wellcome (1853-1936).

On Nov. 11, 2002, this MOD property housed both the Pirbright Institute and Cobbett Hill Earthstation was sold to QinetiQ Holdings Limited. The British Monarch held a “Special Share” (aka “Golden Share”) giving it complete control of QinetiQ.

This “Special Share” gave the Monarch 100% control of selected corporations after “divestiture” or “privatization” which was window dressing to make these companies look private, but to keep them controlled by the Monarchy and the Privy Council.


1st BARON PIRBRIGHT (1840-1903)

Our story begins with Henry de Worms, he grew up in Ceylon, Austria with his father Solomon de Worms on their Rothschild Plantation, the Rothschild connection is on his mom’s side.  Henry was married to a Rothschild and is the great grandson of Amschel Rothschild who started the Rothschild Banking Dynasty.

He and his family were given Austrian titles which Queen Victoria recognized, therefore, when he returned to England, he became an immediate peer of the British Realm. He was given the title of 1st Baron Pirbright by Queen Victoria and the Pirbright Institute was named after him.

Henry de Worms (1st Lord Pirbright) & Amschel Rothschild

He was a member of Parliament from 1886 to 1892, during that time he was the Minister of Trade which is one of the most powerful positions in the British Parliament in the British Cabinet, then he was the Minister for the Colonies, a very powerful man in the UK and the British Empire.


On Oct. 03, 1893, Lord Pirbright inherited a substantial sum in those days—about £350,000—a residuary legatee of his mother Henrietta Samuel’s estate. He used these funds to purchase the land in the greater Pirbright area, on land that today houses MOD (Ministry of Defense) facilities associated with British Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA), including The Pirbright Institute, essentially controlled by the Wellcome Trust and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation—two key funders of the Pirbright Institute along with U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and Cobbett Hill Earthstation, that are both adjacent to the Army Training Center – Pirbright land acquired by the Army in about 1875.

The Cobbett Hill Earth Station currently houses more than 25 antennas with active operations on 13 satellites, plus spare capacity enabling quick turnaround times on even short notice customer requirements.

Due to the location’s historical use by the British Ministry of Defense, it has blanket planning permission for unlimited antenna installations within the 200 acres and operates within a radio frequency exclusion zone preventing any local interference.


Lord Pirbright also bankrolled Henry Wellcome’s meteoric rise in the pharmaceutical business as well as Sir Henry M. Stanley’s expeditions to Africa to collect new cures and poisons for Henry Wellcome, as well as secure west African mining rights for Belgium King Leopold II, the British South Africa Company and his protégés Cecil Rhodes, Alfred Milner, N.M. Rothschild & Sons, Winston Churchill and John Buchan, among others.

Henry Stanley went on numerous expeditions to Africa, on the surface he was supposed to be looking for David Livingstone (a Missionary), but in actuality, he was a mercenary and a promoter, as was Pirbright.  It was during this time that Henry Stanley was supposed to have famously said “Mr Livingstone I presume”.

David Livingstone was a fearless explorer who travelled in many parts of Africa and was the first European to come across the famous Victoria Falls, which he named after Queen Victoria.

He was closely teamed with the Rothschild’s because he was involved with the setup of the British South Africa Company in Parliament where Cecil John Rhodes later became the President.  British explorer Sir Henry M. Stanley is buried in Pirbright.

In 1874, Stanley’s second African expedition was financed by two newspapers, The New York Herald and Britain’s Daily Telegraph. The Daily Telegraph’s editor, Lord Burnham, co-founder of the Pilgrims Society (1902), was chairman of the First Imperial Press Conference, 1909, and founded the Empire Press Union, whilst organizing of British MI6, MI5 and GC&CS, now GCHQ)—the last three events all happened in the summer of 1909.

Henry Wellcome told the story of Stanley’s use of his medicine chests full of experimental vaccines in his The Evolution of Journalism Etcetera (pp. 150, 151, 291) that he presented to the 650 newspapermen delegates at the First Imperial Press Conference, 1909. In that conference he asked the delegates to repeat Stanley’s efforts to collect toxins, cures and poisons and he would reimburse them to be sent to his Wellcome laboratories in the UK for analysis.


Cecil Rhodes was born in the small town of Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire in England on 5 July 1853, and was the son of a priest. He spent most of his childhood being sickly and was sent to South Africa because of its better weather compared to England. It was believed the good weather in South Africa would be friendly to his weak heart. His brother was already in Natal, South Africa, and Cecil Rhodes joined him with early business ventures in cotton – a venture that did not yield desirable profits for Cecil Rhodes. The minerals were Rhodes’ passion. He arrived in South Africa when he was only 17, motivated, and inspired by the prospect of business profits.

Rhodes first came to South Africa with £3,000 that his aunt had lent him, and he used some of that money to invest in diamond diggings in Kimberly.  Rhodes followed his brother to the diamond fields in 1871 and immediately established links with Charles D. Rudd as a business associate (of the infamous Rudd Concession that resulted in the colonization of Zimbabwe).

Charles D. Rudd went on to become Rhodes’ partner when they created the De Beers Mining Company and later the British South Africa Company (BSAC), giving him dominion over 90 per cent of the world’s diamond output.

He had also secured two other important positions; Prime Minister of the British Cape Colony, and President of the British South Africa Company, an organization that was formed – in the manner of the old East India companies – to pursue expansionist adventures for which sponsoring governments did not have the stomach or the cash.

The Ndebele King Lobengula was tricked into signing the Rudd Concession, which gave Rhodes and his pioneers all the rights to the minerals in his land.

The Concession resulted in the Queen granting Rhodes a charter – leading to an influx of settlers in present-day Zimbabwe. In 1893, hostilities between the Ndebele and white settlers reached a climax and war broke out. The First Matabele War of 1893 was devastating as it resulted in more territory and riches being taken by the company.

By October 1893, the BSAC was armed with a new deadly invention – the Maxim gun. The BSAC troops swept through the territories under the instructions of Rhodes and Leander Starr Jameson, the Ndebele were murdered mercilessly. According to an eyewitness at the Battle of Shangani, about 1,500 Ndebele men perished.

The crushing battles forced Lobengula to flee, and he died from smallpox in January 1894. The Ndebele warriors were subdued by the superior firepower of the company and the remaining leadership submitted to company rule.

All the actions of the company were guided by Rhodes – whose leadership was acknowledged by the settlers when the place was renamed “Rhodesia” on May 3, 1895. The war to vanquish the Matabele cost around £66 000, and most of this came from Rhodes Consolidated Goldfields Company, which was maximizing profits from the deeper-lying goldfields.

Rhodes laid a foundation for the colonization process in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, and Malawi. His remains are at Matopos Hills near Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

Rhodes was indifferent to women and gained a reputation for misogyny. His most intense relationships were with men his excuse being “I know everybody asks why I do not marry. I cannot get married. I have too much work on my hands.” Instead, he accumulated a shifting entourage of young men, known as “Rhodes’s lambs”.  His vision was part of the British Empire on which they boasted “the sun never set” because it went around the world.

The British Empire included 77 countries including India and 15 countries in Africa. 458 million people were oppressed in this Empire, one quarter of the world’s population were under British colonialism.  At that time England had the highest standard of living in the world based on the near starvation of the people in Africa, India and the other colonies.

Rhodes was an undeniable imperialist and racist.  While Rhodes may have gone on to effectively “rule” the British South African empire, the man was power hungry and viewed native African South Africans as “despicable”.  It was actually Rhodes who setup Apartheid in South Africa with the now infamous ANC starting in 1912, only 3 years after Britain forced the colonies into an unnatural Union.

Rhodes spoke constantly throughout his life of his total devotion to the extension of the British Empire. He believed that the Englishman was the greatest human specimen in the world and was born to rule as much of the world as possible.

The man himself had a lifelong dream to see a “ribbon of red” across the entire African continent. In short, he wanted to see the continent under complete British rule. Rhodes also wanted a railway line that ran all the way from the Cape to Cairo in Egypt.

At university, Rhodes was also taken up with the idea of creating a ‘secret society’ of British men who would be able to lead the world, and spread to all corners of the globe the spirit of the Englishman that Rhodes so admired. He wrote of this society, ‘Why should we not form a secret society with but one object, the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole uncivilized world under British rule for the recovery of the United States for making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire’.


His university career engendered in Rhodes his admiration for the Oxford ‘system’ which was eventually to mature into his scholarship scheme: ‘Wherever you turn your eye – except in science – an Oxford man is at the top of the tree’.

In 1903, the first names were selected. A group of men fitted for “manly outdoor sports”, who would display “qualities of manhood, truth, courage, devotion to duty, sympathy for the protection of the weak, kindliness, unselfishness and fellowship” – men such as Bill Clinton, the CIA Director, Stansfield Turner, The First Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Sir Arnold Smith, and the Nato Supreme Commander, Bernard Rogers were selected.  Even US Senator, Cory Booker was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship.

The British South Africa Company was very much like a fascist organization, this was the origin of the British Imperial Fascist Corporatism.

  • British Imperial meaning under the Queen,
  • Fascist Corporatism means that the Queen or King is going to give special positions to these corporations as long as they pay their fealty to the monarch and pay their taxes.

At every point when members of parliament tried to question this arrangement they were shut down. It was Henry De Worms, 1st Baron Pirbright, that led the suppression of any criticism of this new British South Africa Company which the Rothschild’s were also invested in.

At around the same time, Henry John Heinz in the USA was outlining a comparable manifesto: “Our field,” he pronounced, “is the world.” By 1900, his 57 varieties were available in every continent. Global capitalism and imperial expansion developed in collaboration; shared aims, aspirations, patterns of influence. Today, most of the world’s political empires have been dissolved and discredited, but the routes along which capital moves remain the same. After Rhodes came Nestlé, Coca-Cola, BP, McDonald’s, Microsoft.

It is important to note that all the individuals above were agents for Rothschilds including the Jan van Riebeeck who brought the Dutch East India Company to the Cape of Good Hope in 1652.


Lord Milner was the 1st Governor of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony; member of the imperial war cabinet (WWI, 1916-1918); organizer of the 2nd Boer War concentration camps.

This profligate governance model eventually led to Milner and Roberts establishing the world’s first concentrations camps in the 2nd Boer War.

Viscount Alfred Milner was the co-founder of the Pilgrims Society.  The first chairman of the Pilgrims Society in New York in 1903 was Lindsay Russell, he became the first chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in 1918.  The Pilgrims created and direct the CFR.

He was also Rio Tinto’s Chairman from 1923-1925, and earlier a director for many years.  Rio Tinto is a global mining company (including uranium) that is also a Rothschild creation for the British Crown that the Monarch controls to this day.

He also started Milner’s Kindergarten which is an informal reference to a group of Britons who served in the South African Civil Service under him, between the Second Boer War and the founding of the Union of South Africa in 1910. They were in favour of the South African union and, ultimately, an imperial federation of the British Empire itself.

They were largely in charge of the postwar settlement, and his administration undertook the task of resettling the Boers on their farms. Meanwhile, by encouraging economic growth, particularly in the gold-mining industry, Milner hoped to attract British immigrants to create a permanent majority, and he introduced a vigorous education program with all the instruction in English.

Milner’s schemes proved a failure. Though the Boers were successfully resettled, they reacted strongly against his insistence upon the use of English in the schools. During the long postwar depression, many British residents left the land, and few immigrants arrived.

BOER WARS (1899–1902)

By 1897 South Africa was the world’s largest exporter of gold. The golden rule states that “whoever has the gold; makes the rules.” The Boer War (Boers simply means farmers) was all about the Bank of England gaining a complete monopoly on South African gold.  The British South Africa Company empowered Rhodes to run South Africa as a corporation with its own laws, taxes and police force.  The British mobilized a vast army to fight the Dutch farmers. Lord Kitchener was their most experienced soldier. The British wholly underestimated the Boers and they believed that just the sight of the British Army would make them run. Men came from as far away as Australia and New Zealand to “serve their Queen”.

Despite the overwhelming numbers and the latest killing technology, the Boers fought heroically against the British invaders.  With a Bible in one hand and a rifle in the other, the brave farmers confronted the overwhelming might of the British Empire, and made them pay a heavy price for their gold lust.

This profligate governance model eventually led to Milner and Roberts establishing the world’s first concentrations camps in the 2nd Boer War. On the battlefield, the British superiority could not claim victory, hence the decision to instead launch a full-scale war against the Boer women and children, and employ a genocide to force the citizens to surrender.

Over 60,000 souls, including 14,000 children were murdered in these barbaric camps via suspicious outbreaks of measles, typhoid and dysentery. Families described that children with even sniffles were taken away from their parents and never returned, presumed murdered.

Notably, Henry Wellcome supplied his medicine chests full of experimental vaccines to the British Army that were used in these death camps.

African poverty was a major spur to enlistment in the British army.  For many of these families, the war had disastrous consequences as it disrupted the migrant labour system, a development that deprived them of an income used to buy grain, and pay taxes and rent.

Also, the return of thousands of men to the rural areas increased the pressure on food resources in some already overpopulated districts of Natal, Zululand and the Transkei. In the Transvaal and Orange Free State Britain’s scorched earth campaign destroyed the livelihoods of many thousands of Africans.

In 1901, separate concentration camps for Africans were established to accommodate those who were uprooted from the land. Most of these were from Boer farms, where they resided as labour tenants, cash tenants or share-croppers. Those who entered the camps had very little or no food. Only in exceptional cases were free rations provided, thus most men had no choice but to accept work in the British army in order to survive.

Entire townships and even mission stations were transferred into concentration camps. The men were forced into labour service and by the end of the war there were some 115 000 Africans in 66 camps around the country.

By April 1902, over 13 000 refugees were found to be working in the British army. As a result, the camps were mainly filled with women, children, the elderly and the infirm.

The British recruited on the basis of a three-month contract with a monthly wages of 40 to 50 shillings. A major consolation to Africans entering the British army was the fact that rations were usually included.

Maintenance spent on white camps were a lot higher than that spent on the African camps due to the fact that they had to build their own huts and were even encouraged to grow their own food. Less than a third of black interns were provided with rations, they were practically being starved to death in these camps.

Africans in the concentration camps did not have proper medical care either, which resulted in many deaths. Those in employment were forced to pay for their food. Water supplies were often contaminated, and the conditions under which they were housed were appalling, resulting in thousands of deaths from dysentery, typhoid and diarrhea.

The death toll at the end of the war in the African concentration camps was recorded as 14,154, but it is believed that the actual number was considerably higher.

Most of the fatalities occurred amongst the children.

After the war the African camps remained under military control even after the white camps had been transferred to civilian control.  The British acknowledge that the concentration camps helped break the backs of the Boers and led to their defeat.

This genocidal policy would next be used by the Rothschild-financed Bolsheviks in Russia, who adopted the Boer War concept to murder 66 million Russians between 1917 and 1967. There was never any popular reaction to either of these atrocities, because of the control of media (Project Mockingbird) which makes discussion of these calamities a taboo subject.



Letters reveal the British effort to cover up the true horrors of the first death camps.

British officials considered launching a publicity campaign to cover up the true conditions of concentration camps in which thousands of women and children died during the Boer War, new documents have revealed.  An archive of letters and photographs owned by Major Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams, a colonial official in South Africa, has come to light. The documents, to be auctioned this week, contain hitherto unknown confidential letters from Lord Milner, the man charged with sorting out the disastrous South African camps after news of their conditions had been exposed in Britain.

The letters reveal that the black arts of media manipulation were not just a feature of the modern political age. In one letter, Milner appears to suggest ways of playing down the horror of the camps.

‘It is impossible not to see that, however blameless we may be in the matter, we shall not be able to make anybody think so, and I cannot avoid an uncomfortable feeling that there must be some way to make the thing a little less awfully bad if one could only think of it,’ he wrote.

In another letter Milner talks about trying to gather as many sympathetic statistics and figures as possible and passing them promptly back to the government to use in a media campaign.

Some of the correspondence reveals the horrific death rate the camps caused. One letter, written at the end of 1901, lamented the fact that the death rate among young children in the camps was still not dropping. ‘The theory that, all the weakly children being dead, the rate would fall off is not so far borne out by the facts,’ Milner wrote. ‘The strong ones must be dying now and they will all be dead by the spring of 1903’ (circumstances created by the same perpetrators and the same playbook throughout history to plunder resources and commit genocide against godly people).

The tragedy was exposed by British campaigner Emily Hobhouse and caused a political scandal. She was labelled a ‘turncoat’ for her activities by politicians.

Milner had been sent to South Africa to try to improve the situation, but the letters reveal some of the immense logistical problems he faced. Many of the camps were short of supplies because South Africa’s railway lines and rolling stock were all taken up with supplying the troops.

One letter from November 1901 showed that officials seemed powerless to stop the rising death rates.

‘I thought that we had begun to turn the corner and that after having reached unparalleled heights of mortality in October we should now show a heavy decline. Unfortunately, the figures have risen again alarmingly,’ Milner wrote.


It was Sir Almroth Wright, a British bacteriologist and immunologist who was best known for advancing vaccinations, he tested his typhoid jabs on soldiers in India and used them successfully during the Boer War.  In 1902 he resigned from the army and returned to London to become a Professor of Pathology.

Sir Almroth Wright contributed greatly to the study of opsonins, blood enzymes that make bacteria more susceptible to phagocytosis by white cells.

During 1870 to 1902 there seemed to be a mass vaccination drive globally:

1894     Pennsylvania – compulsory vaccinations in schools

1898     Phillippines – while under Spanish colonial rule when health system failed

1899     Boer War and India soldiers – the forced concentration camps caused unhygienic conditions paving a way to justify mass ritual vaccinations which caused many side effects and deaths.

It is ironic that vaccinations and not hygiene were regarded as the most logical point of intervention.  Vaccinations involved forcible restraint, handling of the body and have a perceived psychological effect and often a scar will remain.  The role of the immune system in the body had never been investigated.


Between 1886-1902 the Rothschilds (Pirbright) sponsored:

  • Cecil Rhodes and Alfred Milner
  • NM Rothschild (Banking)
  • The British South Africa Company (Fascist Corporation)
  • De Beers Mining (for Funding)
  • Burroughs Wellcome rape of African medicinals (Big Pharma)
  • Henry Stanley’s claims over Congo diamonds and gold (Funding)
  • Round Table Secret British Men’s Club (Secret Societies)
  • Boer Wars concentration camps (Experimental Vaccines & Systematic Eradication/Genocide)
  • Milner’s Kindergarten (British Political Activists in South Africa)
  • Pilgrims Society (Council on Foreign Relations)

All covered up by the Empire Press Union (Project Mockingbird)

Bible Memory Verse

Jeremiah 29:11

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans toprosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and afuture.

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