Category Archives: Dubya Bush

Fingers those responsible for the financial collapse of 2008. US and UK Neo-Cons are identified.  

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Tony Blair, Terrorist (2)

The BBC reported Building 7 was demolished / fekked / collapsed 23 minuted before it did. I can’t understand this except that it was scripted and Building 7 was late in being collapsed / fekked / demolished. Can it be … Continue reading

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UK politics news

A selection of recent UK and international news articles Home Secretary waited until terror suspect was abroad before stripping citizenship | The Bureau of Investigative Journalism … [Home Secretary Theresa May] denied that it has a policy of waiting until … Continue reading

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Commentary on recent UK political events

Hey Ho, Hey Ho … The Guardian reports that the UK electorate is angry at politicians for being slippery, lying bstards. I think that politicians should be concerned at the level of hatred and subsequent non-participation. How can they claim … Continue reading

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Politics news allsorts

Commentary and analysis on recent UK politics news. Con-Dems continue attack on benefits and Osborne’s autumn statement Discussion of the invention of terrorism and the demonization of Islam and Muslims The Conservative-Liberal-‘Democrat’-Conservative coalition intends to persecute benefits claimants and (poor) … Continue reading

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Blair’s government allowed USA to spy on UK citizens

The Guardian and Channel4 – in a joint investigation – have released documents sourced by whistleblower Edward Snowden. The documents reveal that US intelligence agencies were given far greater powers to spy on UK citizens by UK intelligence agency GCHQ … Continue reading

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Torture inquiry ‘finds UK intelligence officers knew of mistreatment’

http://www.theguardian.com/law/2013/nov/14/torture-inquiry-gibson-report-intelligence-detainees Gibson report, published next week, is said to call for further investigation of how far British ministers were responsible An official investigation into the extent of the UK’s involvement in rendition and torture after 9/11 is reported to have … Continue reading

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Tony Blair kept Cabinet in the dark over Iraq ‘deliberately’ as ministers evaluated case for war in 2003

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/tony-blair-kept-cabinet-in-the-dark-over-iraq-deliberately-as-ministers-evaluated-case-for-war-in-2003-8937814.html Members of Tony Blair’s Cabinet were “deliberately” excluded from seeing key documents drawn up by officials examining the case for war against Iraq, a former head of the Civil Service has claimed. Lord Butler, who led the Review of … Continue reading

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Iraq war inquiry blocked in bid to make Bush-Blair ‘kick ass’ memo public

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/nov/10/iraq-war-tony-blair-george-bush Cabinet Office resists Chilcot’s request to disclose what the allied leaders said in the escalation to war Contents of key conversations between Tony Blair and a bellicose George W Bush, who declares he is ready to “kick ass”, are … Continue reading

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Chilcot report stalled by row over notes sent from Blair to Bush

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/nov/06/chilcot-inquiry-notes-blair-bush Richard Norton-Taylor Inquiry into Iraq war wants to release notes from Blair to Bush and records of conversations between Blair or Brown and Bush The government’s persistent refusal to reveal what Tony Blair told George Bush in the runup … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theory Unofficial Narrative Fake Manufactured Terrorism The story of the London Bombings 7 July 2005 7/7 Jean Charles de Menezes Ian Blair Tony Blair

I’m not sure about this and I’d like some feedback. THIS ARTICLE IS TO BE REPEATEDLY UPDATED AND AMENDED. While I have a lot, I don’t have the whole story so I would appreciate help with the uncertain parts. Thanks. … Continue reading

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I’ve been wondering … and the problem is that

I’ve been wondering what it takes to start an investigation by the police into a crime. I would expect that it would just be reasonableness that a crime has been committed. I wouldn’t expect much interest in trivial crimes like … Continue reading

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With this blind old cnut Blunkett .

.. he’s a bit crap isn’t he? Been a blind cnut all his life … and played on it? See … I don’t have to be politically correct because I’m not a politician. Let’s get back to Blunkett … A … Continue reading

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New tack

Some of you – a select few – will be aware that I have very recently made some good progress researching the events of London during the early reign of the Blairs – Tonee and Ian that is. I’m making … Continue reading

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UK political news review

Since the last UK politics news review the main issue is that the official narrative of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster has been proved to be totally fabricated. Feckin wake up will you? Terrrists that hate our freedoms brought down two … Continue reading

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UK politics news review

A Step Towards the Dock … The offence is known by two names in international law: the crime of aggression and a crime against peace. It is defined by the Nuremberg Principles as the “planning, preparation, initiation or waging of … Continue reading

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News review

ConDem Conservative and Liberal-Democrat Conservative coalition government protects Tony Blair by refusing to release pre-Iraq war cabinet minutes The corporate press promotes Tony Blair Tony Blair’s Iraq meetings to remain secret after government veto The government has vetoed an order … Continue reading

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Reflecting on: Beautiful

There is a tradition of denoting something by it’s opposite. Marilyn Manson’s ‘Beautiful People’ for all those that died on 7 July 2005 from many different religions and belief systems ~ indeed actually more than that ~ the day after … Continue reading

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Coming soon

I will be looking at one of the victims of  7/7 Helena Katherine Jones Almost as if she was a chosen victim, isn’t it? … a successful human rights lawyer … active in opposition to Blair & Co’s Iraq war … Continue reading

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Past, Present and Future, etc # living document revision 0.0.0.1

A living document which will have many revisions and is expected to grow very large. To consider the London explosions of 7 July 2005, the official response – particularly the actions of Ian Blair, the murder of Jean Charles de … Continue reading

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