Lord Northcliffe was one of the most powerful obstacles to the Zionist conquest of Palestine, and from there the world. If he had succeeded in setting his power against Zionism, there may have been no 911, no 7/7, no USS Liberty, perhaps not even a Second World War.
Northcliffe was trying to use The Times among other publications in his media empire to publish the truth about the obscenity of Zionism crushing Palestine, a land he traveled to personally to see for himself the truth. He was rich and powerful, and yet was easily thrown aside and murdered by those who have done so much since, and fully intend to do much more in our future.
While travelling in Switzerland he was pronounced insane by a mysterious French doctor (which adds to the conviction of some of us that the banker's paradise of Switzerland is central to many of the calamities that have fallen to the world), and died shortly afterwards, though many of those who saw him shortly before his sudden death considered him to be in fine health.
The murder of Northcliffe illuminates the hideous power of the beast that stalks us all, one that easily removes any obstacle to their dark agenda. Fortunately for them, and unfortunately for the whole of mankind, those who defy them try to use reason, the law and decency, whereas the creatures use bomb, bullet, poison and secret influence, making the outcome decided from the start.
As with all obstacles to Zionism, their Wikipedia operation cleverly leads it's ignorant readers to the conclusion that anything but elite secretive fascists were responsible for his death, in this case by slandering his memory in the very first paragraph. It's short article on this titan of former British society also does not mention the words Zionist or Palestine anywhere on the page, nor the mysterious circumstances of his sudden death shortly after setting his hand against Zion.