Written by the Jew Grigory Zinoviev and delivered by the Jewish double agent Sidney Reilly, the 1924 ‘Zinoviev letter’ attempted to openly incite Jewish Bolshevik revolution through the Labour Party. It overtly garnered support and rallied for revolution “in the armed forces” against the British Authorities. Yet when all out Communist revolution was not achieved 70 years of Jewish propaganda imply a forgery, indicative of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and an absurd plot by the Bolshevik Government (Comiturn-Communist International) to bring down the British Labour Party. Yet even a quote from Christopher Andrew, the author of Secret Service: The Making of the British Intelligence Community (1985): “A copy of the Russian version of the letter [was] discovered in… Reilly’s handwriting, and there can scarcely have been another past or present SIS agent with so few scruples about exploiting it”; emphasising the lack of scruples and knowing his tribe explicitly directs what sort of machinations Reilly was deeply involved in. Ramsay MacDonald, the first Labour Prime Minister was later implicated in this act of treason against the British people leading to the fall of the first Labour government. Nevertheless, the system is so corrupt that despite MacDonald’s Communist connections and his close relationship with Lenin it did not prevent him returning to form a second government (1929-31) or having the largest mandate ever won by a British Prime Minister at a democratic election during the National Government of 1931-35.