WHEN ETON ANARCHISTS REVOLTED BEFORE – OTHERS WILL JOIN NOVEMBER MARCH

BEHIND a balaclava, Matthew MacDonald hid the fact that he was a privileged Eton schoolboy as he joined in the riots that brought mayhem to London on May Day.

But, gloved hand raised in rebellion, MacDonald, 17, also hid a much more sinister secret…he is a member of an anarchist group plotting the downfall of the Royal Family.

And that sparked off a royal security scare because MacDonald was a fellow pupil at Eton of Prince William.

The alarm was raised when he was found carrying a Movement Against the Monarchy membership card when arrested during the May Day riots.

Detectives now fear the teenager could have passed sensitive information about William, 17, and younger brother Harry to the extreme left-wing group.

MacDonald was in a uniquely close position to the young Prince and would have been regarded as a key member of the anarchist group.

He was in the same year as the Prince, would have shared some classroom lessons and was aware of his movements at the pounds 14,000- a-year school.

It is feared that Movement Against the Monarchy (M’AM) leaders could have told MacDonald to gather compromising information about him.

Special Branch officers raided MacDonald’s room at College House, Eton, and his parents’ south London home after discovering his anarchist link.

They took away bundles of personal letters, files and books.

It is now likely that Buckingham Palace will order an urgent review of the security operation surrounding Prince William.

Detectives are also likely to interview members of Eton’s left- wing Orwell Society which was set up by MacDonald. They are also investigating the activities of the 500-strong M’AM which is led by Ian Bone – former head of violent 80s group Class War.

M’AM is planning a mass demonstration outside Buckingham Place on June 3.

Last night, a highly-placed police source said: “The fact that MacDonald is linked to this group has very serious implications for the Palace.

“Guarding the young princes is a highly sensitive and careful operation. If their security has in any way been compromised, then changes will have to be made.

“It is not inconceivable that pupils with anti-monarchy beliefs could be passing on information.”

MacDonald is understood to have become increasingly uneasy about being privileged enough to attend Eton. His father, Professor Theodore MacDonald, said his son had written a letter, resigning from Eton after becoming disillusioned.

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6 responses to “WHEN ETON ANARCHISTS REVOLTED BEFORE – OTHERS WILL JOIN NOVEMBER MARCH

  1. b

    It is not inconceivable that pupils with anti-monarchy beliefs could be passing on information.

    As if that’s illegal! Shades of ‘Spies for Peace’ here. As for the Orwell Society, we know what Orwell would have thought of the phrase “not inconceivable”! :-)

  2. INCUBUS

    Inconceivable? What with Guy Burgess going to ‘Eaten’…and Wilfrid Jasper Walter Blunt, Anthony (‘Surveyor of the Queens Pictures’ / Spy) Blunt’s brother being an art teacher there…’traitors’ coming out of their cummerbunds…

  3. WS

    Orwell Society?
    What’s all that then?
    I bellyfeel that sounds doubleplus good.

  4. Behold your future Executioner Royal Toff Scum

    MA’M are EVERYWHERE ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

    • INCUBUS

      The bastard monarchy is toast now, the writing’s on the wall, what with the SNPs bid for Scottish independence and set to become a republic as well- Surely Madge wouldn’t be left with a pot to piss in, in terms of legitimacy (despite being descended in part from James IV)? No more United Kingdom, just shabby Little England to preside over, and her Scottish Castles nationalised…
      The Scots might suffer their own bourgeois class ruling them, but they’ll be doing us all a favour by sinking the house of Saxe-Coburg Gotha!

  5. Jeeves

    What happened to Matthew MacDonald I wonder? Did he return to his class or is he still active?

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