Archive for September, 2010

The Anniversary of 9/11

Saturday, September 11th, 2010

Washingtons Blog

Don’t want to hear this?

Tough. Grow up.

9/11 Commissioners:

  • And the Senior Counsel to the 9/11 Commission (John Farmer) – who led the 9/11 staff’s inquiry – recently said “At some level of the government, at some point in time…there was an agreement not to tell the truth about what happened”. He also said “I was shocked at how different the truth was from the way it was described …. The tapes told a radically different story from what had been told to us and the public for two years…. This is not spin. This is not true.” And he said: “It’s almost a culture of concealment, for lack of a better word. There were interviews made at the FAA’s New York center the night of 9/11 and those tapes were destroyed. The CIA tapes of the interrogations were destroyed. The story of 9/11 itself, to put it mildly, was distorted and was completely different from the way things happened”

If even the 9/11 Commissioners don’t buy the official story, why do you?

Senior intelligence officers:

  • Former military analyst and famed whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg said that the case of a certain 9/11 whistleblower is “far more explosive than the Pentagon Papers”. He also said that the government is ordering the media to cover up her allegations about 9/11. And he said that some of the claims concerning government involvement in 9/11 are credible, that “very serious questions have been raised about what they [U.S. government officials] knew beforehand and how much involvement there might have been”, that engineering 9/11 would not be humanly or psychologically beyond the scope of the current administration, and that there’s enough evidence to justify a new, “hard-hitting” investigation into 9/11 with subpoenas and testimony taken under oath (see this and this)

If even our country’s top intelligence officers don’t buy the official story, why do you?



  • Former U.S. Republican Congressman and senior member of the House Armed Services Committee, and who served six years as the Chairman of the Military Research and Development Subcommittee Curt Weldon has shown that the U.S. tracked hijackers before 9/11, is open to hearing information about explosives in the Twin Towers, and is open to the possibility that 9/11 was an inside job

If there is bipartisan questioning of the official story, why aren’t you questioning it?

Other government officials:

  • Former Deputy Secretary for Intelligence and Warning under Nixon, Ford, and Carter (Morton Goulder), former Deputy Director to the White House Task Force on Terrorism (Edward L. Peck), and former US Department of State Foreign Service Officer (J. Michael Springmann), as well as a who’s who of liberals and independents) jointly call for a new investigation into 9/11
  • Former Federal Prosecutor, Office of Special Investigations, U.S. Department of Justice under Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan; former U.S. Army Intelligence officer, and currently a widely-sought media commentator on terrorism and intelligence services (John Loftus) says “The information provided by European intelligence services prior to 9/11 was so extensive that it is no longer possible for either the CIA or FBI to assert a defense of incompetence”

If top government officials are skeptical, why aren’t you?

Numerous other politicians, judges, legal scholars, and attorneys also question at least some aspects of the government’s version of 9/11.

EU Referendum: Now for the most important vote of all

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Daniel Hannan launches a cross-party campaign for a ballot on whether Britain should stay in the EU.

London Telegraph

The decision to hold a referendum on the voting system has surely killed off, once and for all, any notion that plebiscites are alien to the British constitution. Referendums, once rare events, have become an unexceptional part of our democratic procedures. Before the election of Tony Blair, we had had only four such votes: one each in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and one across the UK on continued membership of the Common Market. Since 1997, however, there have been a further 39 local and regional ballots – not counting the hundreds of parish-wide polls called in 2007 to demand a national vote on Europe.

The question, these days, is not whether referendums are compatible with representative democracy, but what the next one will be about. If we are allowed a vote on how to elect our MPs, why not a vote on whether those MPs run the country? If we can have a referendum on whether to have a mayor in Hartlepool, what about one on whether the majority of our laws should be handed down from Brussels?

Today sees the launch of a cross-party initiative for precisely such a ballot. The EU Referendum Campaign brings together businesses, trade unions and members of all parties who want a vote on whether Britain should continue to be a member of the EU. We hope people will visit our website – – and sign our pledge.



David Icke talks about what he calls blueprint rap (are you listening, Jay-Z?)

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010



UK: Tax blunder rebellion: Experts urge 1.4m NOT to pay up for the taxman’s mistake

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

The Daily Mail

Around 1.4million Britons are being urged to stage an unprecedented revolt over plans to claw back up to £3.8billion in under-paid tax.

It follows the botched introduction of a new computer system by the taxman which has left millions of bills in chaos.

The first batch of 45,000 letters demanding cash to be repaid will start to arrive on Tuesday – with the rest sent out over the next four months.

But accountants said recipients should act swiftly to use a little-known loophole which forces HM Revenue and Customs to abandon ‘out of the blue’ demands and effectively write off the money.

They also insisted many of those affected are entitled to argue that they or their employer have done nothing wrong and should not be penalised for someone else’s blunder.

The advice has been issued after last week’s admission by HMRC – highlighted by the Daily Mail on Saturday – that it has claimed too little, or too much, tax from 5.7million individuals.

As far back as February a Money Mail investigation exposed how the Revenue had known for months that the new tax code system was heading for chaos – but failed to stop it.

The majority of those affected by the chaos, around 4.3million, will be winners, and can look forward to an average rebate of £419.

But around 1.4million face paying an additional bill – at an average of an extra £120 a month, or £1,428 in total.

This is a significant sum for all but the richest in society, equal to nearly a whole month’s take-home pay for the average worker earning £25,000.

To make matters worse, the money must start to be paid back from next April, when tax rises, such as National Insurance, are set to kick in, tax credits are cut, and VAT has just shot up to 20 per cent.

But accountants have revealed that under a technicality, called the ‘A19: Extra-Statutory Concession’, the law states that HMRC may have to write-off the money.

There is no limit to the amount of money which can be written off under this concession.

Under the working of the A19 concession, it states HMRC will back down if the victim ‘could reasonably have believed that his or her tax affairs were in order’.


Blair book puts Bloody Sunday in Belfast

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010


Tony Blair’s memoirs may be one of the fastest-selling books in history, but it seems factual accuracy is not his strong point.

A glaring inaccuracy on page 165 of the former British prime minister’s memoirs describes Bloody Sunday as having happened in Belfast, not Derry.

Blair notes in the memoir: “To assuage Nationalist opinion and under pressure from the Irish, I also ordered an inquiry into the Bloody Sunday shootings in 1972, when British troops had opened fire on protesters in Belfast, killing a number of people.”


RELATED: Subversively move Tony Blair’s memoirs to the crime section in book shops

Blair defends Iraq war and praises Bush

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010


Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, in his new book, heaps praise on George W. Bush and remains steadfast that taking Britain to war in Iraq was right, a decision that seriously damaged his political reputation at home.

Bush is “very smart — a true idealist,” who had “immense simplicity in how he saw the world,” Blair wrote in ‘A Journey,’ his newly released memoir. “Right or wrong it led to decisive leadership.”

Released last week, the book comes at a time when the United States is ending its combat mission in Iraq. The war was spearheaded by Bush and managed to destroy Blair’s reputation in Britain, where he is still considered “Bush’s poodle” for following the United States and other allies into the conflict.

While most of British politicians have recanted their support for the military mission, Blair said he “can’t regret” it.

“I can say that never did I guess the nightmare that unfolded, and that, too, is part of the responsibility. The truth is, we did not anticipate the role of al-Qaida or Iran,” he writes Whether we should have is another matter; and, if we had anticipated, what we would have done about it is another matter again.”

The British mission in Iraq, from the start of the invasion in March 2003 until April 30, 2009, claimed the lives 179 British troops. Blair said last month he would donate all the book’s proceeds and his estimated $7 million advance to a charity for ex-service members and in his book writes about the anguish he feels over those deaths.


RELATED: Subversively move Tony Blair’s memoirs to the crime section in book shops

UK: Six months for police sergeant who hurled woman into a cell

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Second claim of mistreatment by police in Melksham

Wiltshire police describe sergeant as a ‘disgrace’

London Guardian

A police sergeant who hurled a woman head-first on to a concrete cell floor, leaving her with blood pouring from a head wound, was jailed for six months today. Mark Andrews, a former soldier, was captured on CCTV dragging Pamela Somerville, 57, into a cell at Melksham police station in Wiltshire and throwing her to the floor. Police branded Andrews a “disgrace” and said there was no place for officers like him in the force.

However, the Guardian has learned that a second claim of mistreatment by police in Melksham, not involving Andrews, is being investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). Gary Gardner, a former lorry driver, says that he was mistreated by police officers in March this year.


Tony Blair’s book takes unexpected journey

Saturday, September 4th, 2010


Tony Blair’s autobiography is turning up in some unexpected sections of bookshops. Channel 4 News speaks to one political blogger who thinks the plot might just increase sales.

Tony Blair’s book should be sitting alongside the memoirs of other political big hitters: Barack Obama, Margaret Thatcher and Bill Clinton but, in some cases, it is also sharing a shelf with Agatha Christie and Ruth Rendell.

A new Facebook group called “Put one of Tony Blair’s books in the crime section of your bookshop” has appeared on the internet and there are photos on Twitter beside the tweet: “Brighten up your day by moving at least one of Tony Blair’s books to the crime section in your local bookshop”.

The memoir is also popping up in other unexpected areas. Channel 4 News has found a photo of it in the Tragic Life Stories section of one well known chain. It is smuggled in with titles including No Safe Place and Vanished.


RELATED: Subversively move Tony Blair’s memoirs to the crime section in book shops

ALSO: Internet campaign launched to move Tony Blair’s book – It has already been panned by the critics and lampooned by his political opponents but now Tony Blair’s controversial autobiography has become the target of a mischievous internet campaign.

Subversively move Tony Blair’s memoirs to the crime section in book shops

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Cremation Of Care

As suggested in a decent group on Facebook:

‘Subversively move Tony Blair’s memoirs to the crime section in book shops’

(Users sign up to Facebook at their own risk!  Please familiarise yourself with their privacy terms before doing so!)


Because history should remember this man as the War Criminal that he is.

Tell others to do this… and explain why if they engage you in debate!  A great conversation starter using satire to lead into something serious.

SATURDAY 04TH SEPT 2010 UPDATE: Also, the mainstream media are now covering this such as Channel 4.  Legendary researcher David Icke has also posted a short blog here, thanks David.  This is really picking up :-)

Check these links, mostly from the mainstream media covering Blairs lies and war crimes.  Re-post them and get them back out there!!!: -

Blair ‘made secret US Iraq pact’

Rumsfeld, Blair and other secret memos

Blow to Blair over ‘mobile labs’ – Saddam’s trucks were for balloons, not germs

Blair-Bush deal before Iraq war revealed in secret memo – PM promised to be ‘solidly behind’ US invasion with or without UN backing

The White House memo – Revealed: Bush and Blair discussed using American Spyplane in UN colours to lure Saddam into war.

Blair ‘prayed to God’ over Iraq

Tony Blair got cash for deal with South Korean oil firm – Watchdog orders publication of former prime minister’s payment by oil firm that was kept secret for 20 months

Blair revelations reiterate elite occult obsession – Remember the Aztec Re-birthing rituals and “channeling the light”?

Bomb Scare Suggests Blair Knew and Did Nothing – High alert level, Israeli intelligence warnings indicate government ‘looked the other way’ as bombers struck

Spies warned of Tube attack

The Downing Street Memo


And why stop with Blair?  As Richard Attenborough said in The Great Escape “We’re fighting the bloody lot!”: -

The Obama Deception