This is a movie about the life of Lenny Mclean, an English boxer/bare knuckle fighter that had an obvious Irish/Scottish name. Mclean is an interesting name, but not the reason I am writing this. Earlier in a thread I explained how “battle axe” in Hebrew is “Kelly” or “Kel-lee” and I also went through the details on how K is often interchanged with G. For example Kell and Gael. Is it a total coincidence that Mclean or the original spelling of it is related to “Kelly” or “battle axe”? You have the internet now, look it up. This is wiki so go to other sites and read them about this name, I took wiki because it allowed me to copy and paste it.
Origins of the clan
There are several different origins for the surname MacLean, however, the clan surname is an Anglicisation of the Scottish Gaelic MacGilleEathain. This was the patronymic form of the personal name meaning “servant of (Saint) John”. Or the “son of the servant of Saint John. The family grew very powerful throughout the Hebrides and Highlands through allegiances with the Catholic Church in the 9th century, the MacDonalds (Hey Professor) in the 13th century, the MacKays and MacLeods in the 16th century.
Truth is the name has zero to do with the “Ca”tholic church the Catholic church had more to do with the name then vise versa.
Gillean of the Battleaxe
The founder of the clan was a Scottish
warlord (chieftain, like a General this isnt a video game) descended from the royal Cenél Loairn named Gillean of the Battle Axe . The stories of Gillean being descended from the FitzGerald dynasty are fictitious, as the FitzGeralds are of Cambro-Norman descent and the Macleans are of Gaelic descent, having been in Scotland since the Dalriadic migration from northeastern Ulster (Ireland or the first Scotland) in the earlier centuries AD. Gillean’s great-grandfather was Old
Dugald of Scone, born ca. 1050 during the reign of King Macbeth of the House of Moray, the principal royal line of the Cenél Loairn. He was a Judex (judge) and Councillor to King David of Scots. Gillean fought at the Battle of Largs in 1263 during the Scottish-Norwegian War where the Scottish were victorious.
Folks these people say “fictitious” because they cannot connect the dots or in fear of the Jew. You have to make your own candle on this because it has all been distorted by you know who no doubt. The Jews have to remove the people they want you to think they are and then pervert it, but the proof is there. Ireland and Scotland (Britain) was many people of different waves of white people at different times. The David Dukes of the world would call these people “outbred” and the Jews “inbreds” (the opposite of the truth as usual).
The root of this name is Gille as in Gilead or Gilad (no not Atzmon sorry, they steal names). It has the same “Ka” or “Ga” root as Galilee or Gad, all relating to military or fighting to be brief and not to repeat everything I wrote about on the “Like Mike the Real One” thread. The Dalriata were so called “Gaels” who left Ireland to Scotland (Britain) with the Stone of Scone (Actually left Iberia to Brittany to Hibernia to Hebrides and ultimately “Ibri-tain” or Britain- a long story). They spoke the same language as the earlier people in Ireland because Gaelic is without a doubt ancient Hebrew. Many words changed, but the language didn’t and the root words are still there very often. Not that I use Jews for truth, but they cannot deny it.
Jews spin this so cunningly, but the language of Canaan is like saying the language of Northern Italy which was also once without a doubt Gaelic or Hebrew. Languages change when the people of those languages separate, quite obviously.
Anyway I was going to go a different direction with this thread on how Muhammed Ali wimped out of fighting this guy and you can see why in this movie. If Ali tried to “rope a dope” Mclean Ali would be punched out of the ring like a butterfly. Then I heard that “The Guvnor” backed out of a fight with another very well known bare knuckle fighter, one of the Traveller’s named Bartley Gorman, Welsh father and an Irish mother who was the king of all bare knuckle fighting bar none. They wouldn’t take him on so who was really the Guv’nor?
Between 1972–1992, he reigned supreme in the world of illegal gypsy boxing. During these years, he fought down a mineshaft, in a quarry, at horse fairs, on campsites, in bars and clubs and in the street, and even challenged infamous London brawlers Lenny McLean and Roy Shaw.
Gorman remained unbeaten until his retirement from boxing in 1992, with his last fight being a draw with Graeme O’Laughlan (Kennedy), the diminutive celtic brawler. A documentary about Gorman was made by Shane Meadows in 1995; Gorman lived in a caravan on grounds that had featured in the documentary. Gorman was building a house in Uttoxeter, but died of liver cancer in January 2002 before it was finished. He was 57 years old. Hundreds of gypsies from across the country came to the town for his funeral.
This kind of corresponds with the truth movement today, we have the Muhammed Ali showmen in the lime lights such as OReilly, Hannity etc, then we have the Lenny Mcleans who are well known in all the backstreet bars and nightclubs who still limit themselves to who they will fight for various reasons (the David Dukes, E Michael Jones, Texe Marrs orators of the world who really have no opposition at all) and then we have the truth that nobody dares get into the ring with because it is the ultimate and the liars already know where it will lead them, right back to training camp or the retirement home.
Who is “The Guv’nor” of the truth? Let’s get ready to rumble! They run!
Just for the record the name Gorman:
Gorman Name Meaning
Irish: reduced Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Gormáin and Ó Gormáin ‘son (or descendant) of Gormán’, a personal name from a diminutive of gorm ‘dark blue’, ‘noble’. Compare O’Gorman. English: from the Middle English personal name Gormund, Old English Garmund, composed of the elements gar ‘spear’ + mund ‘protection’. English: topographic name for someone who lived by or on a triangular patch of land (see Gore). German (Görmann): variant of Gehrmann. German (Görmann): of Slavic origin, occupational name for a miner, from Slavic góra ‘mountain’.
Gorman may just be the very same root name as German. A German, Irish, Welsh, English white man. Names and words are important, geography is dirt and mud. The word “German” comes from a Celtic root.
Judex is an interesting word said to be Latin, but does it come from another language? I think so. It is interesting to see these words with an x at the end of them that are pronounced with an s like Phoenix and Fenius (as in Fenius Farsaid) or peace and pax. I’m sure they are all just coincidences.
Governor- governor (n.) c. 1300, gouernour, “personal keeper, protector, guide;
govern (v.) late 13c., “to rule with authority,” from Old French governer “steer, be at the helm of; govern, rule, command, direct” (11c., Modern French gouverner), from Latin gubernare “to direct, rule, guide, govern” (source also of Spanish gobernar, Italian governare), originally “to steer, to pilot,” a nautical borrowing from Greek kybernan “to steer or pilot a ship, direct as a pilot,” figuratively “to guide, govern” (the root of cybernetics). The -k- to -g- sound shift is perhaps via the medium of Etruscan. Intransitive sense from 1590s. Related: Governed; governing.
The K to H soundshift is also there as in Kel and helm as in “helmut” a head protection. I have shown the k and h differential in other threads as well. Dont think there is a K and H soundshift? Look at the word “horse” and “equus” and “kurs”
The truth is in our language not the Jews! “Erin go bragh” (Éirinn go Brách) to the original European people because you have kin in Erin (and everywhere else in Europe) one way or the other. I will leave it to you to determine exactly what “Erin go bragh” actually means, but I can tell you Erin has a meaning and it is not limited to Ireland or whatever name you want to give it. Ireland is dirt, rocks and mud and it has never lived and will not live for eternity so who will?