Justifying the anti-Christian rape of history by British Pilgrims

Britain’s master Pilgrims Society spy, P. Philip Whitwell Wilson (Lenin and Stalin’s handler), speaks about peace and the Bible with the devil’s forked tongue

Philip Whitwell Wilson, Pilgrims Society’s propagandist for social-ism, in all forms

Perhaps the most deadly propagandist in history

[ P. Whitwell Wilson. (Mar. 01, 1925). That Baffling Race Question. Vol. No. XLX, No. 7, March, 1925, 52 pgs. YMCA. Reproduced for educational purposes only. Fair Use relied upon. Source: https://hdl.handle.net/2027/wu.89059432807?urlappend=%3Bseq=325 ]

(While the British-American Pilgrims prepare for a global war to destroy Germany, Russia, Japan and China and solidify their control of the United States)

[ Philip Whitwell Wilson. (Dec. 01, 1935). The English Bible in Public Life, Vol. 19, No. 2, December, 1935, pp. 93-96. Christian Education. Source: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41176123 ]

None of this screed was true.

The British East India Company were global marauders who raped, pillaged and enslaved for the profit of Rothschild banks who ran the monarch’s bank, the Bank of England.

Whitwell Wilson Misrepresentation: In 1935 when this was written, no more than 18% of Britons attended Church regularly and had been on a steady decline for decades before that.

From Life magazine, special issue: Christianity, Dec 26, 1955

This is an outrageous P. Whitwell Wilson lie!

Balfour teamed with Lord Rothschild to promote British Zionism and the conquest of the Jews returning to Palestine, essentially turning Israel into a British spy state.

Lloyd George was a war monger, head of the Imperial War Cabinet 1914-1918; Lloyd George was also caught in the Marconi Stock Insider Trading Scandal where he and Sir Rufus Isaacs, Chancellor of the Exchequer arranged for Isaacs’ brother Godfrey Isaacs to purchase Marconi America stocks for them, even though Churchill’s cousin was about to announce a monopoly contract without Marconi Wireless.

Bonar Law was a member of the WWI Imperial War cabinet as well. He was a raging war monger.

Lord Salisbury led the butchery in the Transvaal where over 60,000 blacks and white Boers were murdered in British concentration camps

Stanley Baldwin positioned the Pilgrim Society war monger bankers to egg Germany into start WWII, while his Rothschild bankers were secretly funding Hitler.

Ramsey MacDonald was in this soup of Pilgrims Society corruption just discussed.

Another P. Whitwell Wilson lie… comparing England’s embrace of the Bible to St. Augustine! This was the country that was raping and pillaging the world through the British East India Company

Whitwell uses the Bible to justify JINGOISM (“the franchise”)

Total propaganda. Britain was preparing to take down the Western and Eastern worlds and murder tens of millions of souls when this was written.

Whitwell Wilson uses the major intellectual property thefts of the Robber barons, his co-conspirators as the successes of following the Bible.

This jingo-ism is so evident (and had nothing to do with the Bible)

For example, his extol of wireless telegraphy was totally founded in the theft of Nikola Tesla’s patents by the British government via the cardboard cutout Marconi, David Sarnoff, RCA/AT&T/GE

See more on Sarnoff: David Sarnoff – RCA, NBC, Pilgrims Society, Imperial British terrorist

This Whitwell Wilson diatribe is a superb example of the absconding of Christian symbolism to justify the anti-Christian rape of history by British Pilgrims. He actually borrows the Prophet Isaiah for his screed. His “gospel of peace” metaphor follows Pilgrim Andrew Carnegie’s requirement to cloak their great sin in the word “peace”


Good bio of P. Whitwell Wilson (1875-1956)

(by a journalist who was actually doing his/her job for a change)

Notice Whitwell Wilson’s mastery with world leaders

Editor. (Sep. 28, 1927). P. WHITWELL WILSON to speak, MAYOR TO ATTEND DINNER, Town’s Chief Executive Will be Guest at Annual Y.M.C.A. Fall Banquet, p.5. The Montclair Times (New Jersey).


MAYOR TO ATTEND DINNER, Town’s Chief Executive Will Be Guest at Annual Y.M.C.A. Fall Banquet [

Mayor Henry A. Lordner has accepted an invitation to be a guest of honor at the annual dinner of the senior department of the local Y. M. C. A. on the evening of October 3. Philip Whitwell Wilson, well-known lecturer and author and a member of the editorial staff of the New York Times, will deliver the principal address.

[ Name variants: P. Whitwell Wilson, P.W. Wilson, Philip Whitwell Wilson, P.W.W., Philip W. Wilson, Whitwell Wilson ]

It was announced yesterday by C. Henry Klaubert, senior social and membership secretary, that already many acceptances have been received for the dinner. The dinner will be limited to 150 persons.

Mr. Wilson was born in Kendal, England in 1875. His mother was Anne Hagster, of the family of Bible publishers. At Clare College, Cambridge, he graduated with mathematical honors. He was president of the Cambridge Union Debating Society and editor of the Grantz, the journal of the University.

For twenty-one years, Mr. Wilson was on the editorial staff of the London Daily News, the newspaper founded by Charles Dickens and John Bright. He was a colleague of A. G. Gardiner. H. W. Massingham, H. W. Nevinson. G. K. Chesterton and other writers. At the age of thirty he entered the House of Commons as, member of South St. Pancras and served there under Prime Ministers Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman and Lord Oxford and Asquith. For twelve years he was in daily attendance at Parliamentary debates and in 1917 he was asked to represent the New York Times in the United States, where he has since been President of the Association of Foreign Correspondents.

[ CONTEXT OMITTED BY THIS BIOGRAPHY: Between Apr. 22, 1905 and May 10, 1905, Vladimir Lenin stayed at P. Whitwell Wilson’s home at 16 Percy Circus, St. Pancras. Lenin was attending the 3rd Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party. ]

[ Between Jun. 06-28, 1909, P.W. Wilson was a co-organizer of the First Imperial Press Conference, 1909; Lord Burnham, president (Daily Telegraph, owner); Lord Northcliffe (Daily Mail, owner); (Sir) Harry Brittain, honorary secretary), out of which emerged the Empire Press Union (Reuters, AP) and the British intelligence agencies MI-6, MI-5 and GC&CS now GCHQ. (Sir) Harry Wellcome, Burroughs Wellcome (now GlaxoSmithKline), Wellcome Trust (now the largest private pharmaceutical foundation on the planet, bankrolled the entire event. ]

[ In 1924-25, P. Whitwell Wilson published a string of articles in Association Men, the primary organ of the Y.M.C.A. supporting the formation of the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) on Jun. 30-Jul. 14, 1925, Honolulu HI. The IPR formed the United Nations in 1946 and was declared a communist organization by the Senate McCarran Committee in 1952. Those articles included: “An Ambassador of Faith” (Oct. 1924), “A Christian in Service, and Statesman” (K.T. Paul) (Nov. 1924), “A Rich Man and the Kingdom” (Dec. 1924), One Hundred Per Cent Chinese (Jan. 1925), “America and the New Crusade” (Feb. 1925), “That Baffling Race Question” (Mar. 1925), “The Negro” (Apr. 1925).  ]

[ In The Negro, P. Whitwell Wilson included a captioned photo of a then 27-year-old actor and Gospel music singer named Paul Robeson (p. 345, b. 1898, d. 1976). In 1915 Robeson had been a two-time consensus all American football player at Rutgers as well as a Columbia Law attorney evidently interlocked with the British Pilgrims Society, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and William J. Donovan—the future head of the OSS and titular founder of the C.I.A. and “Five Eyes” spy agencies in the U.S. and the British Commonwealth. With support from communist Frederick Vanderbilt Field (great great grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt, one of founder-funders of Y.M.C.A. New York, 1852),  Robeson founded the Council on African Affairs (C.A.A., 1937) which was interlocked with the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR, founded 1925), the Y.M.C.A. and British Chatham House. IPR principals were the founders of the United Nations in 1946. Robeson was identified as a communist in the McCarran Senate hearings. Robeson toured extensively in the U.S.S.R. including being nationally televised. After Robeson, no other American Gospel group ever performed on national Soviet television again, until the Gospel music group Living Sound performed on Jul. 23, 1981 produced by Evgeny Ginzburg. Living Sound members remember Soviet hosts asking about Robeson, who was the only prominent American Gospel singer they had ever heard of since Gospel music had been previously censored. None of Living Sound’s 20-something musicians had heard of Robeson, and none were aware of his communist politics. ]

On his deathbed, Theodore Roosevelt sent for Mr. Wilson and thanked him for his services to the cause of international friendship. He has been received by Presidents Wilson, Harding and Coolidge. He is now special contributor to the New York Times and his articles frequently appear in leading journals on both sides of the Atlantic.

Mr. Wilson’s three books. “The Christ We Forget,” “The Vision We Forget.” “The Church We Forget” have had a large sale and the first of them has been translated into Dutch. Mr. Wilson is the editor of the first complete edition of the Greville Diary, published by Doubleday Page & Co., a work which may be regarded as a permanent addition to literature. He is also the biographer of John Wanamaker’s partner, Robert C. Ogden, and of the explorer and evangelist, William Edgar Geil.

He has been elected an honorary; life member of the American Bible Society. He recently returned from Europe where he was personally received and entertained by David Lloyd George, J. Ramsay MacDonald, Philip Snowden. Arthur Henderson, Lord Oxford and Asquith and other statesmen.


[ P. Whitwell Wilson, Philip Whitwell Wilson, P.W. Wilson. (Apr. 01, 1924). The Negro, pp. 345-350, 383, Association Men. YMCA. Reproduced for educational purposes only. Fair Use relied upon. Source: https://hdl.handle.net/2027/wu.89059432807?urlappend=%3Bseq=379  ]

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P. Whitwell Wilson used this work in his speaking advertising in the US for decades:


Wilson, P. Whitwell. (1919). The church we forget. New York: Fleming H. Revell company.

He injects his socialist message so slyly that the unsuspecting person misses it at the conscious level.


P. Whitwell Wilson

Was an Oxford student …


His Christian metaphors are very slickly skilled and well written.



The British Pilgrims Society (using YMCA propagandist British P. Whitwell Wilson) promoted black Gospel singer Paul Robeson as a persecuted black American in their Soviet propaganda machine (1898-1976)

Social networking inventor Michael McKibben was part of a racially integrated contemporary Gospel group Living Sound that counteracted the Robeson Soviet propaganda (1978-1983) on unprecedented tours in the USSR. See We Can’t Live Without Each Other. See also

[ P. Whitwell Wilson, Philip Whitwell Wilson, P.W. Wilson. (Apr. 01, 1924). The Negro, pp. 345-350, 383, Association Men. YMCA. Reproduced for educational purposes only. Fair Use relied upon. Source: https://hdl.handle.net/2027/wu.89059432807?urlappend=%3Bseq=379  ]



Additional post publication information added September 27, 2021:

In 1921, Philip Whitwell Wilson placed this quote on the Apocalypse at the beginning of his book. In the section on 666, he calls out two of his WWI propagandists (hire liars) for the British War Propaganda Bureau: Arthur Conan Doyle and Rudyard Kipling.

He pretends to be a deep-thinking Biblical scholar, but he merely mimics his Biblical charades from the teachings and discussions he heard from his Bible-publisher-family youth and twists those ideas to deceive unsuspecting Christians into socialism/communism.

Wilson, P. Whitwell. (1921). The vision we forget: a layman’s reading of the book of the Revelation of St. John the Divine. New York: Fleming H. Revell.