Category Archives: Ian Blair

Intending to start properly blogging again

But, come on can’t you do it?   * Edit: There was a thing, no? A thing about … political assassinations, the assassination of a totally innocent bystander … Is that acceptable to you? Are you willing to let that … Continue reading

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What it’s like to be a suspected terrorist

I think that it started over thirty 0dd years ago. My insane radical political parents involved me in their radical political protests while I was in my early teens. I was neglected and    abused and starved of love and affection. … Continue reading

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Amber Rudd plc trashing peoples’ computing devices

The privatised – presumably for the purpose of tax evasion [sorry, avoidance] – Home Secretary Amber Rudd is trashing peoples’ computing devices. I have been a political activist for many years. I’ve engaged in totally legal political commentary. That’s why … Continue reading

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I congratulate Theresa May on becoming Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party

I extend genuine, sincere congratulations to Theresa May on becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party. I was impressed with her speech as Prime Minister stressing inclusion and empowerment. Was that right? Was I … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson insults gays and bisexuals with onanism and porn remarks

This article considers Boris Johnson’s remarks about terrorist onanism and proposes two alternative terrorist profiles – one of terrorists and one of their agents. Privilidged Mayor of London Boris ‘Bullingdon idiot’ Johnson claims that ‘If you look at all the … Continue reading

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/london/4913328.stm Hmm. It originally [ed: actually it was about revelations originally. It was done to reveal things …] said about other things … ed: OK, it was originally done – the raid was done – for the sign. ed: The … Continue reading

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Keep them there till they die … well we’re in charge, we’re the totally partisan police … let’s make look it look like a terrrist attack although we’ve had loads of tube incidents signed: Ian Blair

Let’s chose who’s going to live Ian Blair: We’ve got to get the numbers right. We’ve got to pretend that this is a terrrist attack instead of just another dust explosion on the tube. We’ve got to do it for … Continue reading

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Cameron says be afraid of evil terrrists in this dangerous world

“Sometimes in the dangerous world in which we live we need our security services to listen to someone’s phone and read their emails to identify and disrupt a terrorist plot.” Cameron said the public needed to be protected from “criminals … Continue reading

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Who does it benefit? eh?

Yes, who does it benefit? I’ve found it very easy. I just followed mainstream media articles and it was very obvious … edit: Oh that should have been corporate 1.15am I looked through news archives and realised that Tony Blair … Continue reading

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About 7/7

7 July 2005, the day of the London murders. Central to understanding the London bombings is the bus at Tavistoc Sq. Why is there a Kingstar van in front of the bvs? What does that mean?  

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Russell Brand on Revolution

Well worth reading and I will adopt and adapt some of his suggestions. http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2013/10/russell-brand-on-revolution … Cameron, Osborne, Boris, all of them lot, they went to the same schools and the same universities that have the same decor as the old … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Jean Charles de Menezes

R.I.P. Jean Charles de Menezes murdered at Stockwell Tube Station 22 July 2005. Jean Charles de Menezes was killed to send a message . The message was that another totally innocent person was to blame – somebody absolutely, completely not … 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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While my toung is looser …

There’s been a lot of talk about British values recently in political circles. I am very proud to be Welsh and of Welsh culture, tradition and history. I also identify with a Celtic identity. I very much like living in … 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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I don’t want to do this any more

First revision 13 july 2013 I don’t want to do this any more. I would much prefer to be sailing. I’d like to buy a small boat but then I’d need to be working and earning. I’d like a regular … Continue reading

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Ian Blair :: PRELUDE

Looking at Ian Blair as boss of the Metropolitan Police provides a very informative alternative narrative on events of the Tony Blair years. Tony Blair was and is in every way a fraudulent man presenting an image that was very … Continue reading

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Coming soon

I am likely to be taking a close look at the career of Ian Blair as boss of the Metropolitan Police. A political apointee, Blair was hugely deferential and supportive of New Labour and his insane namesake Tony Blair.

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Jimmy Savile, Ian Blair, the police and the IPCC

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary reports on the many instances that the police refused to pursue allegations against Jimmy Savile due to his status and affiliation(s?). Savile was effectively above the law because it was not applied to hime The … Continue reading

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About the spook and an earlier one on 7/7

On Christmas Eve, I claimed to have discovered a nasty spook. A spook is a term for a spy – somebody who presents a fake image for unsavoury purposes, usually to deceive. I had had a few drinks so I … Continue reading

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