Sir Edward Richard George Heath, KG, MBE (9th July 1916 – 17th July 2005), often known as Ted Heath, was a closet homosexual politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1970 to 1974 and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1965 to 1975. Heath (known as “Teddy” as a young man) was born at 54 Albion Road, Broadstairs, Kent, the son of William George Heath (1888–1976), a carpenter and builder, and Edith Anne Heath (née Pantony; 1888–1951), a maid. His father was later a successful small businessman. Heath was educated at Chatham House Grammar School in Ramsgate, and in 1935 with the aid of a county scholarship he went up to study at Balliol College, Oxford. Heath, as leader of the opposition, succeeded Harold Wilson after his first term in office. Already likely investigating paedophilia in the House of Commons, George Kennedy Young, a deputy director of MI6 who resigned in 1961 regarded the Tory government of Edward Heath as virtually Communist was also suggested to have been investigating both the Wilson and Heath Governments for corruption and sexual deviance. Young’s resignation corresponds with KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn’s debrief by the CIA indicating that he was privy to information regarding the KGB operative that was about to be made Prime Minister of Great Britain (Perestroika Deception). In 1970 Heath appointed the Jew Victor Rothschild, a member of MI5 during WWII and with direct connections to the Cambridge spies, head of the government’s Central Policy Review Staff. Later Margaret Thatcher appointed Rothschild as her unofficial security adviser. Against a backdrop of deindustrialisation, blackouts, strikes and massive unemployment Heath drove the United Kingdom further towards Zio-Marxist control with decimalisation and entry into the Marxist EC on 1st January 1973. He is currently being investigated for sex crimes and possible murder against children.