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Saturday, December 31, 2005

Ian Blair: Times gets quote wrong (Radio 4)

"We will have to account for what happened in the dreadful set of events. But there is no suggestion at all that the commissioner or anybody else was kept in the dark." Times

Now I paraphrased at the time, but that is not what he said and I've just listened to the clip again many times over, He said, in a panic switch, diverting away nervously from the subject about him being kept in the dark:

"...we will have to account for what happened..ah.. in the dreadful set of events...urm.. But there is no suggestion at all that (you know) the commission or anybody else was kept in the dark."

There just aren't enough syllables in there for the "commissioner"

It may seem trivial for Stewart Tendler 'crime correspondent' of the Times to gloss over the facts but it's rather important as Ian Blair starts to answer a question he wasn't asked and glues two issues together; him being kept in the dark about Jean Charles de Menezes not being a suicide bomber (which he denies on that show, therefore did he lie at the time ?) and the issue of the [Independent Police Complaints] Commmission being kept in the dark, who's investigation was stifled and compromised for days due to Ian Blair, indeed the IPCC remarked that that they had to 'win control of the inquiry' which the police 'resisted' BBC

Ironically (?), Tendler frames the quote in the context of the IPCC's 'completed report' (which has been put back yet again to early 2006), is it trying to refer therefore to one of the IPCC Commissoners or is it implying Ian Blair is talking about himself (as the question asked by the interviewer was 'Were you kept in the dark' ?)

Or is the Times article just another respun government press release? We know the Home Office are endlessly feeding their homegrown tripe to the press as news. We also know it was the Home Office who spun out the story about Jean Charles de Menezes' visa expiring. BBC

The Home Office (the Home Secretary) selects both the IPCC heads and the Met Chief.

Try and say both versions yourself!

Here's the clip again

Friday, December 30, 2005

UK world torture programme documents

UK torture programBlairwatch have a detailed background on the UK's torture programme and the Foreign Office's attempts to cover up and smear the work of former UK ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray who exposed the Blair government's complicity in torture.

The following are the documents that the UK government want suppressed from Murray's book and that there is call to mirror:

Telegrams (converted to text as crappy free host won't serve pdfs)

Legal advice

"Britain's former ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, has defied the Foreign Office by publishing on the internet documents providing evidence that the British Government knowingly received information extracted by torture in the "war on terror".

Mr Murray, who publicly raised the issue of the usefulness of information obtained under torture before he was forced to leave his job last year, submitted his forthcoming book, Murder in Samarkand, to the Foreign Office for clearance. But the Foreign Office demanded that he remove references to two sensitive government documents, which undermine official denials, to show that Britain had been aware it was receiving information obtained by the Uzbek authorities through torture. Rather than submit to the gagging order Mr Murray decided to publish the material on the internet.

The first document published by Mr Murray contains the text of several telegrams that he sent to London from 2002 to 2004, warning that the information being passed on by the Uzbek security services was torture-tainted, and challenging MI6 claims that the information was nonetheless "useful". The second document is the text of a Foreign Office legal opinion which argues that the use by intelligence services of information extracted through torture is not a violation of the UN Convention Against Torture."
BlairWatch (Independent)

MI6 alleged torturer named in Diana events

The info on the British diplomat alleged to have been involved in torture and abductions by a Greek newspaper is out there. It seems this name has come up before as part of the circumstances leading up to the death of Princess Diana 1 2. The name, said to be Nicholas Langman, has come up in this context via former MI6 officer Richard Tomlinson.

I would like to change direction a bit now, because I have noticed this year a tidal wave of stories about Diana which just haven't got a lot of traction outside of the Daily Express. I don't like the Express generally for it's ass-kissing war-on-terror drivel but it seems to be have kept pretty focused on this.

We know John "death penalty distraction" Stevens' investigation is still ongoing, at least I take it it is, as the last major stop was Prince Charles, and if we backtrack to over a year ago,

"Asked if he had dismissed any theories, Sir John said he did not dismiss anything but followed the evidence. He repeated his previous comment that, if necessary, he would interview the Prince of Wales." Telegraph

Well I guess a year and half later it was deemed necessary then.

And then all that fluff about Charles wanting to be called King George was spun out again, (it had already come out before).

Then there was an interesting story that a Diana portrait went missing.

Then, before that, you have (also originally run in the Express and also on Yahoo News) Diana being warned by a politician:

"Diana, Princess Of Wales was warned "accidents can happen" by a senior politician just six months before she died, according to her therapist. Simone Simmons has told British police investigating Diana's death in a 1997 Paris car crash that the princess asked her to listen to a recorded phone conversation with the politician threatening her over her campaign to ban landmines.

She was told, "Don't meddle with things you don't know about. Accidents can happen." Simmons has passed the name of the politician to police."

Back in October, the Express ran the story that Henri Paul's blood samples were actually swapped with those of a suicide victim 3 4, which had been widely suspected for some time. The Express seem to claim MI6 involvement with this.

There has been an awful lot of stuff on Diana that the Express has been running over the last year, and apparently pretty powerful stuff to boot that has been brought up by other sources before, but hasn't been getting a lot of play elsewhere. One wonders why. Perhaps a lot of media had just got tired of it, or for one reason or another, are wary of these exclusives in the Express, perhaps because previously someone was trying to dupe Al Fayed with forged documents pertaining to an MI6/CIA conspiracy to paint a real conspiracy as false in the public's mind, but what on Earth is going on ?

The strong suspicion is, Stevens, in his investigation, is only committed to coming up with yet another establishment whitewash.

Thursday, December 29, 2005

Police state: unlimited powers of arrest

"Police are to be given sweeping powers to arrest people for every offence, including dropping litter, failure to wear a seat belt and other minor misdemeanours. The measures, which come into force on Jan 1, are the biggest expansion in decades of police powers to deprive people of their liberty. At present, officers can generally arrest people if they suspect them of committing an offence which carries at least five years in prison. They will now have the discretion to detain someone if they suspect any offence and think that an arrest is "necessary" Telegraph via Prison Planet

People should resist these arrests, and not cooperate or help the police at all. The UK is in real trouble, and something has gone badly badly wrong. It might be a good idea to get out now actually. As for pay-roll scum like Hazel Blears, who says "It is vital that the police are equipped with the powers they need to enable them to do their jobs properly and effectively. The powers need to be updated to reflect modern policing priorities and the changing nature of criminal activity.

"We need to maintain the crucial balance between the powers of the police and an individual's rights."

Sigh, stupid pin-headed little witch, drop the double speak and go and slit your wrists.

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Flashback: 9/11: Steven E. Jones paper

On 11/11/05 we mentioned the media attention that BYU Physics Professor Steven E Jones' paper into the collapse of the Twin Towers and WTC 7 was receiving.

I hadn't actually read Professor Jones' paper until yesterday and it sets out an extraordinarily compelling case and is something everybody should read.

Paper here:

Why Indeed Did the WTC Buildings Collapse?

Complementary paper by Professor David Ray Griffin here

Complementary paper by Professor James H. Fetzer here

MI6 alleged torturer/abducter named, recalled

"AN ALLEGED British spy named by a Greek newspaper as taking part in the alleged torture of terror suspects in Athens has reportedly been recalled to London.

Two of his colleagues at the British Embassy in the Greek capital are also said to have returned home to be questioned about the reported arrest of 28 Pakistani-born men over the 7/7 bombings.

There is growing concern in Whitehall that more British agents will be named as the controversy deepens in Greece over why MI6 officers were allegedly abducting and abusing suspects."

Because they like torture. The head of MI5 has basically said torture is good, it gives good information about Ricin plots and so on, and that you should 'give up your liberties to fight terrorism'. Britain has been sanctioning torture-by-proxy for sometime as in the case of Uzbekistan, a regime which boils it's politcal enemies alive. Furthermore it has a distinguished history of torture, so it's not really any surprise at all.

The diplomat named by the Proto Thema newspaper has been previously identified on websites as a member of the security services. The newspaper described him as the MI6 station chief in Athens. " Times

And I think from the same journalists:

"A BRITISH diplomat, named as the secret service MI6 station chief in Athens, was allegedly part of a Greek-British team that abducted Pakistani immigrants in a bid to extract information about the London bombings in July.

Amid growing controversy, the magazine Proto Thema said at the weekend those who took part in the alleged abductions included a man listed as a senior diplomat at the British embassy in Athens, and as well as several named Greek officials.

A government ' notice requests British newspapers not to name MI6 officers, even if they are identified abroad.

But the name given by Proto Thema matches that of a man identified as a British intelligence officer on the internet and in allegations made by the renegade MI6 officer Richard Tomlinson.

A Foreign Office spokesman refused to comment.

Greece's National Information Service also refused to comment. "However, it is our duty to point out that such claims are illegal because they endanger the national security of the country and of allied countries, but also endanger the physical safety of persons who are identified by name."

Reports of the British diplomat's involvement in alleged abduction coincides with the latest embarrassing backtrack by the US ambassador in London, Robert Tuttle, this time on the use of "extraordinary rendition" - secret operations to capture and move suspected terrorists to US custody.

Mr Tuttle has been forced to retract his categorical denial that the US had sent any terrorism suspects to Syria, a country that routinely practices torture.

Asked about suspects being "dumped" in Syria, Mr Tuttle told Radio 4's Today program: "I don't think there is any evidence that there have been any renditions carried out in the country of Syria. There is no evidence of that."

The interview was recorded last Thursday and broadcast Monday. But on Friday the US embassy sent a clarification that was broadcast at the end of the interview.

The statement said: "The ambassador recognised that there had been a media report of a rendition to Syria but reiterated that the United States is not in a position to comment on specific allegations of intelligence activities that appear in the press."

Last month Mr Tuttle vehemently denied that US forces had used white phosphorus as a weapon - only to be contradicted by the Pentagon a day later.

In Greece, George Voulgarakis, the public order minister, said the latest revelations in Proto Thema had forced him to recall two agents in Kosovo.

Seven of the 28 Pakistanis have testified before an investigating magistrate that unidentified Greek and British men forced their way into their homes in four Athens suburbs after the bombings.

They were allegedly blindfolded and driven to unknown destinations. They claimed to have been questioned about friends and relatives in Britain, and about the people they had phoned.

"Two times a policeman hit me while I was on the floor," said Gul Nawaz, a 32-year-old Pakistani who says he has lived in Greece as an immigrant for three years.

"I asked him for some water and he punched me hard in the face. Later he kicked me. They confiscated my mobile phone. They wanted to know everything about our friends, relatives and calls to London.

"They asked us if we had any links to al-Qaeda."

The Pakistanis said they were freed days later in the city centre in the middle of the night. The matter has caused a furore. The Greek branch of Amnesty International has protested at an attempted cover-up."
SMH (Telegraph)

Blair/Home Office ID slave plot ambushed

"Tory and Liberal Democrat peers are preparing a New Year ambush for Tony Blair's flagship identity card scheme that could seriously undermine the legislation.

They are confident of watering down the Government's plans by making it voluntary rather than effectively compulsory to register on a new national database, which will include biometric data such as iris scans, facial images and fingerprints.

Peers are expected to back an amendment to the Identity Cards Bill that would allow people to apply for a passport without having to submit their details for the ID cards database.

Labour's majority was halved when a similar move was made in the Commons in October.

If the Lords send the Bill back to MPs with the safeguard inserted the Government may find it hard to persuade its backbenchers to delete it, as concern is growing at Westminster over the soaring costs of ID cards and implications for civil liberties..."

It might be good that Cameron is doing something useful, other than posturing and preening himself about global partnerships and gay warming, I mean gay partnerships and global warming, but a voluntary card may not be satisfactory, because unless that helps the entire strategy to collapse (which it well might as without the sheer forced slave numbers to support the scheme it would die) then it would clearly still allow for a place for you to be reserved within the joined-up hyper-government ID database which the Home Office keeps bragging that they are creating.

But the real issue remains: Just like the war on Iraq should never have happened, this plot for suffocating technological tyranny should never have been brought before Parliament to begin with. It doesn't matter that it was a 'manifesto commitment', a manifesto commitment to torture little kids ain't gonna cut it either.

I'm sure someone has already given this overall ideology of militarized technology to enslave a name, but lets call it 'Security-Industrial-Complexism', or 'unparalleled tyranny by the backdoorism' or 'hyper-dominion via technologyism'. Whatever, this ideology is an enemy.

It doesn't really matter whether it is watered down or not, I will never accept a UK ID card, an EU ID card, a Global ID card so that I may be inserted and imprisoned into this choking slave grid, but the card bit is just a tiny part of this plot and the entire portfolio of machinery of this appalling doctrine of technological terror needs to be dismantled and destroyed.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Al-jazeera memo 'would harm relations'

send me the memo

Here's a development I didn't pick up on before Christmas about the now infamous al-Jazeera memo:

Blairwatch reports that the FOIA [Freedom of Information Act] Blog author has "had a response to his request that the government disclose the contents of the now infamous al-Jazeera Memo and the details of the coversation between Bush and Blair about bombing al-Jazeera. [via Don't Bomb Us]

Unsuprisingly, the response was in the negative"

And here's the juicy bit:

"Thank you for your email of 24 November in which you request a copy of any memos or motes that record President Bush's discussions with the Prime Minister about the bombing of the al-Jazeera television station in Qatar. Your request has been handled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

I can confirm that the cabinet Office holds information which is relevant to your request

They go on to spin and warp the issue by saying that the transparency of government on this subject is of public interest, but basically say it is not in the public interest to release the information because it "would harm international relations."

Sounds pretty damning then. But after the Downing Street Memo, stating what we all knew, that the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy, would anything shock us ?

Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic, Arctic Beacon reports that:

"The White House and DOD have failed to turn over WMD evidence after 500,000 Americans signed a petition delivered to Bush six months ago. He also has failed to answer questions or turn over documents requested by 52 Congressmen after the Downing Street Memo also surfaced in May. Many observers feel Bush thinks he's above the law, acting like Hitler in Nazi Germany.

The White House is again demonstrating how it feels above the law, as it arrogantly has refused to comply with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made six months ago by 52 Congressmen. The Democratic lawmakers are seeking information on whether President Bush doctored WMD intelligence data to justify the Iraqi War, a hotbed issue for millions of Americans with over 500,000 officially writing Bush, asking for immediate answers"

Monday, December 26, 2005

Ian Blair orders dodgy dossier on himself while police decide to permanently arm boroughs

Ian Blair dodgy dossierThe Times of India quoting a Daily Mail article reports that "Scotland Yard commissioner has set up a special committee to chronicle his achievements over his first year in the job, it emerged yesterday. The under-pressure Metropolitan Police chief wants the 15-man committee headed by one of his most senior officers to compile a dossier on his force's performance since he took over.

It will examine whether the Met has reached targets on crime reduction, counter terrorism and whether Sir Ian is succeeding in his 'mission' to make Londoners feel safer.

Yet it will not look at the most controversial incident of his reign the shooting of an innocent Brazilian at a London Tube station in July. It is not even clear if it will examine what police knew in the run-up to the July 7 suicide bomb attacks."

Indeed, Ian Blair has sought to move out of the way of the shooting as if he is but as spectator, which is a pretty preposterous position to take enough, made more grotesque as he sought to use it to build his celebrity. The second point about prior knowledge is important as well and may well be the Met knew something was coming, which they denied at the time, but we know Ian Blair advocates covering stuff up in his career too. We also know Tony Blair was warned about a major attack on the Tube.

Interestingly enough, that original AP story about Netanyahu was never actually retracted, indeed the original AP story was confirmed.

"[...] Earlier this month, representatives of the Metropolitan Police Federation and Black Police Association were invited for 'coffee and biscuits' at New Scotland Yard to discuss the positive aspects of the Sir Ian's first year."

(The Black Police Association's website is linked up to the Gay Police Association and the British Association for Women in Policing who venerate 'diversity officer', Gold Commander and Ian Blair buddy Cressida Dick who refused to carry the can for Jean Charles de Menezes execution while being supported by Ian Blair.)

"An email was sent out saying deputy assistant commissioner Alan Given had been asked to write an urgent report on the commissioner's 'achievements since he came into office" TOI (Daily Mail)

We have our own report/dossier right here, but this is interesting, it suggests either:

1) Ian Blair wants something to politically defend himself with, possibly one of these inquiries (likely the 2nd into himself) could be difficult for him

2) He is planning to quit

Meanwhile, another Independent 'exclusive' Home Office press release dressed up as news reports:

"There is growing pressure (What 'growing pressure' ? Completely the opposite I'd say -j) for more armed officers on Britain's streets, particularly with the threat of terrorist attacks. These latest plans are expected to be copied across the UK."

Pure government spin machine. One wonders that the reason the government keep seeping out the worst of what they are doing to the Independent is because of it's low circulation of 261,193.

"[...] The proposed increase follows an internal review at the Met. This was sparked partly by the shooting dead of PC Sharon Beshenivsky, an unarmed officer who was murdered after going to a robbery in Bradford in November."

At the time it seemed that massive political capital would be wrung out of her killing. That's when Rupert Murdoch employee and ex-chief John Stevens came out to start foaming that the death penalty should be brought back exclusively for killing a police officer.

Then the government said 'oh no we are not going to bring back the death penalty' and 'we are not going to arm the police' except, in the latter, they are doing it anyway by the backdoor.

I suspect now the death penalty thing was a distraction by which to arm the police. Perhaps there was more to the Beshenivsky thing than it seemed as well, after all it was used to try to take the public eye and sympathy off and away from respectively the Jean Charles de Menezes killing to re-enable the police to go round killing people again. It didn't really work at all though.

"Sir Ian Blair, the Met Commissioner, is also concerned about the continuing rise in gun crime, which rose by five per cent in the past year in London.

Assistant Commissioner Steve House (shoot to kill for 'stalking' -j) , the head of the Met's central operations, which includes the firearms unit, said: "We don't want to go down the route of a totally armed service. We want firearms officers to be specialists. We are looking to see whether it should expand to a permanent armed presence in the boroughs."

Nice doublespeak from a bought-off policeman.

"He stressed that no final decision had been made (sure -j), but said: "My view is that the right way to go is to increase CO19 further, then have armed officers in boroughs. It's the sensible thing to do."

Sensible for who ?

Policemen who act like such paid-for regime marionettes, such as Steve House or like Frank Whiteley perhaps shouldn't be in the job if their priorities are elsewhere. Really it's a pathetic spectacle and everytime the police do this it smears all of them in the same collective politically-charged feces. The British police are fast becoming the sinister embarrassment of the world and an enormous threat to the population.

We know something is very very wrong and festering in the police. We know the police are now part of the problem unfolding. We know significant elements of senior officers have been politicized, radicalized and puppeted by the government, and by the taste of Murdoch dished out glory in the political war on terror.

"Gun crime in London has increased by 5.3 per cent - up 195 offences to 3,903 - in the year up to November 2005 compared to the same period in 2004. The latest figures for Operation Trident - the Met's operation against black-on-black gun violence in London - has shown a 34 per cent rise, from 108 offences to 164 in the six months from April to October 2005, compared with the same period last year."

And it's no surprise, with people like Cressida Dick running Operation Trident.

Christmas news II

Pope Benedict calls for 'New World Order'

"VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict, in his first Christmas address, on Sunday urged humanity to unite against terrorism, poverty and environmental blight and called for a "new world order" to correct economic imbalances.

In his address, telecast live from the central balcony of St Peter's Basilica to tens of millions of people in nearly 40 countries, he also urged his listeners not to let technological achievements blind them to true human values."

"A united humanity will be able to confront the many troubling problems of the present time*: from the menace of terrorism to the humiliating poverty in which millions of human beings live, from the proliferation of weapons to the pandemics and the environmental destruction which threatens the future of our planet," he said."

*the "modern world" 1

The point about technology is one that has a lot of truth to it, yet this idea about a united humanity behind a 'New World Order' to solve Bird flu, WMD, 'terrorism', and global warming and poverty is utterly obscene. It's a sermon that might well have been written by Tony Blair's global strategy think-tank. Perhaps it should be quite revealing that Pope Bendedict is using his papacy to promulgate a truly sinister and dangerous political elite ideology of one world empire engineered through the fear-mongering of terrorism and bird flu. Be afraid. Be very afraid of this guy.

European GPS SAT-NAV to track humans

The BBC's site is reporting on the European equivalent of GPS, what they are not telling you which the BBC's TV report is, is that the UK government want to make GPS manditory in all cars to track you where you go. Of course they already plan to do this via number-plate tracking your car journey. One of the reasons is to 'tax by the mile' and it is forced tracking then selling that information on, that actually a lot (most) of the so called 'tens of billions of Euros ' of new anticipated business described by the European Sat-Nav ideologues are talking about.

A woman interviewed in the BBC TV piece was genuinely horrified at the prospect of the government tracking you by forced GPS, no doubt she would be even more horrified if she had read that Independent article/government press release (the Telegraph run chunks with identical content).

Of course Europe's Sat-Nav is also for military purposes.

Sounds like Total-Spectrum-Dominance as set out by the Military-Industrial-Complex, but aimed at their own populations. No doubt Pope Benedict will be pleased that the New World Order to unite imprison people using globalist scams is being deployed so readily by the world's elite.

Sunday, December 25, 2005

Christmas news

Bethlehem "immense prison"

Rev. Michel Sabbah"Israel's top Roman Catholic has said Bethlehem has become an "immense prison" since the West Bank barrier was built, calling for its dismantling as he joined thousands of pilgrims for midnight mass on Christmas Eve.

Rev. Michel Sabbah, the Latin patriarch of Jerusalem, made the comments on Saturday after leading a procession from the Israeli capital to Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ.

It marked the first Christmas that the town has been cut off from Jerusalem by a newly competed eight-metre-high concrete wall, part of the barrier that Israel has built between itself and the West Bank.

The pilgrims had to pass through a military checkpoint to enter Bethlehem.

"This wall must not exist. One day it will not exist," Sabbah told Israeli Radio after he passed through a military checkpoint into Bethlehem."

(Same position with the Home Office/polital police state slave prison grid emerging in the UK. One day it will not exist)

He said the barrier – which Israel says it erected to curb suicide bombings and Palestinians say is a land grab – has turned the town into an "immense prison."

"Nobody needs checkpoints in the Holy Land," he said, according to Israel Radio"

NORAD 'track Santa'

"COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -- For half a century, the military agency dedicated to detecting threats against the United States and Canada has reported Santa's sleigh ride to curious youngsters around the world.

With help from several civilian companies, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, reports Santa's progress on a Web site in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. It also answers telephone calls and e-mails as part of the Christmas Eve tradition."
Associated Press

Apparently they are a lot better at tracking Santa than 4 wayward airplanes.

Rumsfeld feeds troops with lies in PR piece, as 12 including US soldier are killed and claims of election fraud are rife

"BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Twelve people -- including Iraqi police and soldiers, ministry employees, civilians and a U.S. soldier -- were killed in several insurgent attacks in Iraq on Saturday, police and military officials said. The violence came as U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld served up meals and a pep talk to U.S. troops well to the north in Mosul." CNN

[...] The U.S. military said a soldier with the 205th Military Intelligence Brigade died Saturday of wounds from a rocket-propelled grenade attack near Hawija. The fatality brings the number of U.S. troops who have died in the Iraq war to 2,164

[...] "There have always been those who have suggested the cause could not be successful, that the cause would be lost," he [Rumsfeld] said."

That would be the cause of the WMDs, 'liberation', the 9/11 link to Iraq. It doesn't really get more serious than sending troops to their death and to be maimed on a pack of lies.

"Rumsfeld told the soldiers that "the great sweep of human history is for freedom, and we're on the side of freedom. And you and our country will prevail"

The great sweep of human history is for freedom but that is not what America and the UK are offering, in fact their twisted criminal regimes represent entirely the opposite.

Bush ordered mass spying on Americans and world

NSA spying

"WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 - The National Security Agency has traced and analyzed large volumes of telephone and Internet communications flowing into and out of the United States as part of the eavesdropping program that President Bush approved after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to hunt for evidence of terrorist activity, according to current and former government officials.

The volume of information harvested from telecommunication data and voice networks, without court-approved warrants, is much larger than the White House has acknowledged, the officials said. It was collected by tapping directly into some of the American telecommunication system's main arteries, they said.

As part of the program approved by President Bush for domestic surveillance without warrants, the N.S.A. has gained the cooperation of American telecommunications companies to obtain backdoor access to streams of domestic and international communications, the officials said"

Maybe that's what Rumsfeld meant by "the great sweep of human history"

FBI sniff US Muslims for Nukes

The New York Times also reports that "F.B.I. and the Energy Department have conducted thousands of searches for radioactive materials at private sites around the country in the last three years, government officials confirmed on Friday.

The existence of the search program was disclosed on Thursday by U.S. News & World Report, on its Web site. Since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, government agencies have disclosed that they have installed radiation-detection equipment at ports, subway stations and other public locations, but extensive surreptitious monitoring of private property has not been publicly known.

U.S. News, citing people it did not name, said many of the sites that federal agents had monitored were mosques or the homes or businesses of Muslims, and the report set off a dispute between a Muslim group here and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said in a statement: "This disturbing revelation, coupled with recent reports of domestic surveillance without warrant, could lead to the perception that we are no longer a nation ruled by law, but instead one in which fear trumps constitutional rights. All Americans should be concerned about the apparent trend toward a two-tiered system of justice, with full rights for most citizens, and another diminished set of rights for Muslims."

"The other threat is that someone would try to detonate a nuclear bomb. Bomb fuel, either enriched uranium or plutonium, is much harder to detect, because its radiation signature is weak, physicists say. But it is also much harder to obtain."

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Ian Blair: "I am in difficulties"

Ian BlairOn BBC Radio 4's Today programme Ian Blair made some interesting comments:

On the investigation into the execution of Jean Charles de Menezes he described the intention to be "transparent and open and explain how things happened"

Which is interesting as we already know the entire report may well not be made public.

Additionaly, he said on the shooting that "I hope listeners understand I can say little [with the investigation still to be published]", but if that is the case, and he didn't want to prejudice any inquiry why did he rush to support Cressida Dick, who so publicly acknowledged his support ?

He also conceded "I am in difficulties"

And then, on the fradulent information which he presented to the public about the shooting he said "I was not kept in the dark"

So if he wasn't kept in the dark, how does he explain what he said at the time and smear campaign that ensued ?

Then he quickly switched to saying "the investigating commission were not kept in the dark"

Which is a bizarre panic switch to make when they were kept in the dark for several days and the question was 'were you kept in the dark'

Update: He also said: "We thought we were flat out before July, we are carrying out 75% more operations now than we were say, on the 1st of July""

The London bombings took place on July 7th, in fact the terror warning had been reduced in June by MI5/JTAC. Maybe I'm being picky, but any particular reason to use July 1st as a point on this barometer of anti-terror activity, rather than July the 6th ?

It might seem trivial, but there is at least an implication that there was an increase in anti-terror operations between the 1st of July and whenever that 75% increase was determined (lets say today), and that increase ramping up to 75% didn't start on July 7th.

Interview here

UK regime declares population enslavement

"The new national surveillance network for tracking car journeys, which has taken more than 25 years to develop, is only the beginning of plans to monitor the movements of all British citizens. The Home Office Scientific Development Branch in Hertfordshire is already working on ways of automatically recognising human faces by computer, which many people would see as truly introducing the prospect of Orwellian street surveillance, where our every move is recorded and stored by machines.

Although the problems of facial recognition by computer are far more formidable than for car number plates, experts believe it is only a matter of time before machines can reliably pull a face out of a crowd of moving people.

If the police and security services can show that a national surveillance operation based on recording car movements can protect the public against criminals and terrorists, there will be a strong political will to do the same with street cameras designed to monitor the flow of human traffic.

A major feature of the national surveillance centre for car numbers is the ability to trawl through records of previous sightings to build up an intelligence picture of a vehicle's precise whereabouts on the road network.

However, the Home Office and police believe that the Big Brother nature of the operation can be justified on the basis of the technology's proven ability to catch criminals. "In simple terms criminals use vehicles. If you want to commit a crime, you're going to use a vehicle," said Frank Whiteley, the Chief Constable of Hertfordshire, who leads the project. " There is nothing secretive about it and we don't want it to be secret, because we want people to feel safer, to see that they are protected." [...]

...these mobile units will constitute only a tiny proportion of the many thousands of ANPR cameras that by next year will be feeding more than 35 million number plate "reads" every day into the new national data centre at Hendon, north London, the same site as the Police National Computer."
Prison Planet (Independent)

Frank useful idiot political pedophileFrank Whiteley, the Chief Constable of Hertfordshire has put himself at about the same level as that of a pedophile thanks to his Home Office-endorsed comments. At the end of the day, the Home Office, the police and MI5 need to be thinking really hard about how they want all this brought to an end. There is no doubt something is deeply, deeply malignant and has been for a very long time within the Home Office, in fact I'm glad they have clarified that.

You get to a point where you are no longer living in anything like a free society or even a society at all. If your existence is so imprisoned, so compromised, then there is literally no point in defending it, no point at all in a military defending the country because there is nothing to defend. You are no longer defending life (because this isn't life), you are no longer defending freedom, because that's now been removed, what are you defending exactly ? Wealth ? What are the police defending ? Tony Blair ? Queen Sax-Coburg-Gotha? Let's be honest: this and everything that is being constructed like it needs to be exterminated, and again it comes down to the question of how that happens really. Because it's not an if, it's how.

Update: I just bought the print edition of the Independent, and it's just staggering. Absolutely staggering. It talks about the scheme being firmly endorsed by ministers, the millions of pounds spent on it. Logging car journeys for years.

What the fucking hell is going on ? This is not life, this is not the way to live. Why would you spend 25 years working out how to put people back into slavery ? I don't get it. We can't live like this. Nice pincer movement from the regime with ID cards though. Very clever, except the tactic is getting old.

Impeach Bush vote (MSNBC)

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

EU: the mini global government

"Tony Blair's frustration with critics at home and in Europe spilled into an astonishing display of finger-jabbing anger yesterday during a gruelling, two-hour session with the European Parliament. Time and again, the Prime Minister allowed his exasperation to show. As condemnation rained down from Left and Right on the European Union budget deal he secured last weekend, he said winning the budget had been a "thankless" task. When asked to explain why Britons had become more hostile to the EU since he took office eight years ago, he denounced the media for putting a "partial" view of Europe." Telegraph

Blair is getting more and more irrational and extreme because he can't deal with any real debate outside of fabricated one he constructs. His lies are starting to catch up with him and are testing his denial-psychosis.

And what other view of Europe is there ? No one hates European countries, but a lot of people, I would say most, have enormous and real anger toward this mini global government they have been prescribed, they have been vaguely told is in their interest, and which has been decided for them.

The way I interpret Blair, giving up the UK rebate in return for nothing, is about pouring more legitimacy, more investment into this monstrosity to pave the way for yet more subjugation within the EU for the future. Perhaps he was outwitted, but I tend to think this was deliberate.

They are also saying Blair did a good job of promoting Turkey for EU membership. But Turkey as a candidate amounts to creating a kind of stage-managed jingoism to help the EU; 'look Turkey bad, poor human rights etc', 'EU good' etc, to suddenly put people in the bizare position of defending the EU.

"Accused by a Conservative MEP of "treachery" for giving up billions of pounds from the budget rebate with no guarantee of reform, Mr Blair accused Right-wing critics of thinking it was still the Second World War."

Ironically it was just after that War, that Churchill called for a United States of Europe. Yeah, that's right Blair; nationalism is 'bad, xenophobic and old fashioned' zzzzzZZ. Global government is cool and will solve poverty, and everyone will be happy as a node worshiping massive multinational corporate government who will dispense their pre-emptive biometric slave grid for them. But because this slavery is non-discriminatory it is goooooood. Blair's response to that was very telling.

Blair talks about more money going to poorer European countries. That doesn't mean more money to poor people, that means more hand outs for multinational crony projects.

What people are watching with the EU is global government in action, its fast assertion to remake slavery in kind of new left-wing way, it's corruption, it's absolute lies. Why would anyone seriously want this ?

I don't want a left wing global/EU government. I don't want a right wing global/EU government. I don't want a global/EU government period. People can make different arguments about the various institutions of Europe, and probably not every little thing is bad, but, overall, what is being created with Europe is something that needs to be urgently put out of it's misery to put it bluntly.

You're looking at a corporatist, technocratic empire with a 'socialist' tinge, sold as something like a good cop to a hijacked-America's 'bad cop' where everyone is a slave and trapped in this sickly little pet project.

EU globalists

Europe is something you are being asked to go along with but that you really have zero say over (The European Parliament and it's MEPS largely, though not exclusively, seeming to be a peripheral, bought-off anti-Eurosceptic joke to give a veneer of democracy). Indeed, most all of the political instruments of Europe, including the head of the Commission, are unsurprisingly, pro-Euro-government federalists. Do you see a problem here with this idea now ?

Of course, so many keep saying Europe needs reform, um...but do you see any 'reform' happening ? That isn't even on the agenda. And by the time it is, reform won't mean an end to this direction, it will mean more of it. Moves toward reform mean moves toward establishling how the next false choice will be presented for more of the same.

And Blair is a certified traitor and liar, he doesn't serve the UK, he serves the doctrine of subjugating you in globalism. With the French and some others, one senses they are getting something out of this pot of garbage. With Blair, the strategy is altogether different, his 'modernist' intention always mysteriously manifests as a way to further weaken the UK and establish it as a province of this global government enterprise.

The EU feigns it's shock at CIA rendition, "oooh zis iz completely unacceptable, ve vill get to ze bottom of zis", but it is difficult to envision that the EU and it's member-state intel agencies are not part of that very programme. Blair doesn't want an inquiry into the CIA flights in the UK, because 'he has no evidence', but we all know the real reason.

Similarly, Blair and the EU are desperate for data retention, not for terrorism but as a kind of 6 months to 2 years worth of personal CCTV footage of your life on the internet (social control), simply because it is just too expensive to filter and monitor every packet of data on the fly, although things like Echelon (the multinational eavesdropping project where we get other governments to spy on own citizens and vice-versa) probably tries to anyway, albeit not always successfully it has been speculated.

And it gets worse:

EU satellite monitoring hate crime and gay marriage compliance"The European Union is building its own network of spy satellites, allowing Brussels to ensure nations and private individuals are obeying its policies. The multibillion-dollar system, known as Global Monitoring for Environment and Security, should be up and running by 2010 [...] a commission statement also acknowledged that GMES would play a key role in the "implementation, review and monitoring of EU policies," [...] In addition, officials hope GMES will support the European Union's first steps toward becoming a military power. It will "provide authorities with necessary elements for a European Security and Defense Policy," the commission said" Washington Times (16/11/2005)

The EU slave empire is being created by a handful of elites, you haven't really got a say, although it wants you to pay for your prison:

"Asked to rule out European taxes, raised centrally in Brussels, he would say only that Britain had never been in favour of the idea. "If you'll forgive me, I've got enough on my plate without arguing for Europe-wide taxes," he said." Telegraph

Blair cracking upOf course Blair loves this concept, but the UK is already paying a European tax to this mini global government, and Blair has just made it that you will pay more, it's just not officially called that. No doubt they intend for you to pay an 'official' one on top of that too to make the financing of your own data retention, global ID cards and spy satellites all the easier, something the Commission are all too enthusiastic for (the 'crisis of calculating budgets used as the justification')

Do you remember some years ago, how all this stuff was denied ? Now it is openly admitted.

Unfortunately for Blair and his masters, ultimately, this United States of Europe needs to go. There is nothing wrong with co-operation with other countries, and arguments can be made for trade blocs, but all of that is now historical.

The agenda is all about moving toward a tighter and more constrictive and more prescriptive political union; a top-down federal governance, a means of remotely managing and monitoring the masses with its own European defense strategy (those EU-wide taxes will come in handy there), the reassertion of serfdom and slavery (represented in 'left-wing' terms to fool the idiots) under a handful of elites and corporations and the final destruction of the vestiges of national sovereignty and identity. Eveything has already been decided upon ages ago. You are just asked to blindly accept it.

The astonishing thing is, it doesn't have to be this way. At the end of the day, these are all political choices and Blair appointed himself as the conduit and puppet of EU-globalist policy, so it's no wonder he is cracking up, the weight of his treachery and lies must be an enormous burden on him.

Friday, December 16, 2005

Hero: Child who dismantled CCTV in bathroom

Sick people spy on kids in bathroomsNot the first case of it's kind either:

"Witchita, KS - An East High freshman faces expulsion for something the district says never should have happened. Monday Charles Rogers discovered a camera in the foyer of the boy’s bathroom. "The camera there period surprised me. It was a little spy camera, I didn't think anything like that was in the bathroom. I didn't think it was the schools, I thought it was a perverted janitor," Charles said.

He took the camera. He says it was in a little hole in the ceiling tile. He also took the receiver which was in the schools auditorium. "It looked like an irregular setup. It wasn't in a security room," his mom Melinda Rogers said.

Mrs. Rogers says what her son did was wrong. But she wants to know why there was a hidden camera to begin with. Eyewitness News asked the district that question."
Infowars (KWCH)

What her son did was not wrong. It was absolutely right. The kid is a hero and quite frankly people should take a leaf out his book everywhere.

CCTV is out of control, it needs to end.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

EU (Blair) data slavery moves forward

The Churchill*-world-government inspired Council of Europe said this week "The CIA appears to have abducted suspects in Europe and illegally transferred them to other countries**" Forbes and now the European Parliament has "agreed to the formation of a special committee to deal with the alleged actions of operatives of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency in Europe" 2

*(As much a nasty treacherous piece of trash as any kind of 'British Bulldog')

** (read Another Day in the Empire's excellent analysis)

Haha! Our socialist regime vill vork to get to ze bottom of zis completely unaccpetable situation. Haha! You vill join the Euro, stop saying Israel should move to ze Europe, it is completely unacceptable haha! and so on...

So we can all look forward to another pantomime investigation. Well the European Parliament has also just caved in to the UK Presidency pressure on data retention:

"The Parliament has given in to pressure from the UK Presidency and adopted a set of amendments that bring the draft directive on data retention into line with a more far-reaching proposal backed by, among other countries, the UK.

The vote means that member states will have to impose on internet service providers and telecommunication operators an obligation to store all traffic and location data for fixed and mobile telephony as well as e-mail, web-browsing, instant messaging and other internet services. The data will have to be stored for a period of six to 24 months and must be made accessible to authorities investigating on non-specified "serious crimes"

Sometime back, the Guardian reported 'oh well they won't be retaining web site addresses' causing me to pull a big article I had written on it, but that certainely doesn't seem to be the case. And yes, the UK already has it's own data-retention recommendations who's adoption has largely been a mystery. If you are a UK ISP employee write to me.

But guys and girls, let me just explain something about internet data retention...

They try to justify it on the surface by saying it will help in terrorism cases. Absolute total rubbish. It literally won't do a thing, because covering your tracks against logging via the internet is a doddle. And if you are really a suicide bomber you are not going to give a crap about Ian Blair's political police rummaging through your ISP logs of Jihad websites.

Let me spell it out: If you take the war-on-terror at face value, which few do, then the terrorists have already won and you have lost. And, just on this alone, you can see why 6 months to 2 years of web-surfing logging isn't comparable to land-line or mobile logging (which is also out of control):

Broadband Customer: Fred Smith, 23 Acacia Avenue, Birmingham 123-1233-1231 - - [15/Dec/2005:12:20:43 +0000] "GET /http://www.google.com?search=my medical problem HTTP/1.1" 200 - - [15/Dec/2005:12:28:02 +0000] "GET http://www.labourparty.com/ HTTP/1.1" 200 - - [15/Dec/2005:12:30:11 +0000] "GET http://www.hornyhousewives.com/ HTTP/1.1" 200 - - [15/Dec/2005:12:31:34 +0000] "GET http://www.gaypornfetish.com/ HTTP/1.1" 200

Web surfing logging reveals the lifestyle and interests of the surfer, which can be extremely intimate. 6 months - 2 years worth of web logs means that intimate detailed profiles will be built up. It creates a God-like status, way above phone logging, and in this case the God would be the European Commission. Based on the fact that they know this is not going to do a thing to stop anything, why are they doing it ? It's just another part of rewriting society and reducing people to this new slavery.

On these kind of issues, some spin doctor came up with turning everthing around by saying 'we are protecting the most imporant right, the right to life' but we all need to understand that being biometrically branded to be inserted into a slave-grid, or having millions of CCTV cameras watching you (some with facial recognition), or having your medical records uploaded to a massive database, or having your internet surfing habits stored for 2 years, or having your brain and naked body scanned at airports (or on the underground), or your DNA retained, or the prospect of having every object you own wired with RFID chips, or a new batch of crazy terror laws created everytime there is another attack, or being at risk of being shot 7 times in the head by a political police force, or being taxed by the mile, or congestion charge zones used to justify spying on motorists, or having that same politicized police force wanting to lock you up for 3 months and trying to interfer with a vote in Parliament, and draping the police in politically correct garbage by questioning people opposed to homosexuals raising children, or watching the country push the world into a war on pack of lies, or arresting girls with a bollocks to Blair t-shirt or roughing up elderly Nazi-germany escapees who challenge that, is not life.

It is not a life worth defending. One wonders that the only reason it is even tolerated is because what is happening is so horrendous, so distorted that people turn away from it, knowing deep down that it is wrong and that one day it will come to an end.

This slave-life that is being created and unfolding before us must be removed and people now need to be thinking about how to remove it. There isn't a halfway house on this. It needs to end.

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Cameron: the next Blair ?

David CameronThe language should seem familiar:

"Mr Cameron said that his convincing win in the party's leadership vote had given him a clear mandate for change." Times

And there has been a lot of talk of continuing with 'big government', more 'government interference', more top down agendas, more centralization. 1

In August, Cameron gave a speech saying "Islamist extremists were like Nazis" 2 to the Foreign Policy Center 3, a Blair-created globalist EU thinktank who describe their goals as "developing a vision of a fair and rule-based world order" and promote:

Effective multilateral solutions to global problems
Democratic and well-governed states as the foundation of order and development
Partnerships with the private sector to deliver public goods
Support for progressive policy through effective public diplomacy
Inclusive definitions of citizenship to underpin internationalist* policies.

* (globalist)

David Cameron is for gay marriage. David Cameron is for the war. Now he's talking about global warming (which amounts to nothing more than extra energy taxes) and all-women candidate lists.

Sorry to say this, but why would you seek to force a load of women into the political ranks, unless you want an extremely unquestioning and easy to manipulate and control backbench support group ? Which is the only reason Blair adopted a lot of women, who most of them, no one would even notice if they were there or not. And by the way I'm not attacking women, I'm attacking forced-in women, or any other allegedly 'under-represented' group. It doesn't work, and that is the idea.

Dummy MPS

Are we are watching the staged-managed decline of Blair, to be replaced with.....well....another Blair ? And are the public, both Conservative and Labour voters so utterly stupid to think that the only way to deal with the hell we are in is to create a new Blair to kill the first ?

Jo BrandEarlier this week, seriously unfunny person Jo Brand became so worried by Cameron, that she went round pleading for donations to the Labour party, lest the Tories win the next election with an influx of new donors who like the cut of Cameron's jib. It's puke-enducing enough when 'celebrities' get party political, but quite why she is doing this is bizarre, when she admits; she understands that political parties are bankrolled (owned?) by wealthy donors, so Brand is saying donate to Labour because they are 'good' and the Conservatives are 'bad'.

What planet is this woman living on ? Are we to forget it is Blair who hands out peerages to wealthly Labour donors, to fill the Lords with his personal cronies ? Are we to forget it was the Labour party, through it's corruption and spineless cronyism, lies, treachery and deceit that helped deliver you several wars, one of which totally constructed on a cobbled-together pack of lies (the other pre-arranged before 9/11) that has left thousands upon thousands dead and injured ? That has created a Neo-Stalinist political police-state ? That now wants to enslave you in a biometric slave grid ? That promotes torture ? Who's leadership polluted and debased the civil service where it could, or became a conduit for malevolent establishment entity plots, or formed strategic alliances with various establishment puppets and the media to let Blair front a domestic shadow-government by which to force global-government earth-shattering policy through ?

Obviously, there are many good minds who have stood up to this crap within the Labour party, but the ruling elite of New Labour is pure evil, and those within Labour who have directly or indirectly supported that, or turned away from it for an easy ride, can only be considered as some of the lowest forms of life around.

The easily-led like Brand who are stuck in a left/right/good/bad-Mrs Thatcher-still-rules timewarp should realise that the 'danger' of Cameron isn't because 'he is a Tory' as party politics are largely irrelevant, but because he may well be the next Blair, ready to deploy new waves of crap onto a country that is already not really much worth living in at all anymore. OOOOOh, surrrrrre I'm going to donate to the Labour party Jo, lets all turn away from the war, from the premediated murder of thousands of Iraqis based on a pack of lies, and all run around like big simpetons going 'ooooooooooh those Tories, they will close the NHS, they will do this, redistribution goooooooooood, socialist state goooooooooood'.

I'm sorry to tell you Brand there pretty much is no democracy because there is no choice. Whether it was always like that I don't know but it is now.

As for Cameron, he is related to the Queen, his wife is a descendent of Charles II. Cameron has brought back nice guy but possible Bilderberg stooge William Hague. Cameron is for the war, Blair is for the war. We'll see what happens but people should have a lot of concerns about this guy, not because he's a 'Tory' but because there is a real danger he will just pick up where Blair left off.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

de Menezes investigation ignores Ian Blair

Ian BlairWe know that information came out some days ago in the Independent about the appalling shooting, then yesterday it has been said that charges are possible, but , "the man ultimately responsible for the implementation of Operation Kratos - the policy of shooting dead suspected suicide bombers - the first use of which resulted in the death of an innocent man" Guardian, astonishingly, wasn't even interviewed. More so, this annoucement was drizzled out by the IPCC to the media, indicating the presence of the political machinery of spin. Also note well from today's Guardian:

"The full IPCC report might never be made public." Which is quite astounding.

It is almost inconceivable that Ian Blair wasn't even interviewed considering, Blair actively sought to suspend both the IPCC inquiry 1 and his own accountability 2, following the secret execution policy that he was ultimately responsible for, Operation Kratos, which led to the state-killing of Jean Charles de Menezes. He then presented fraudulent information to the public, while presiding over the a smear campaign of the person his policies killed.

Note also from the Guardian's article the IPCC fudge about the 'missing' CCTV evidence, which was orignally described as having 'gaps'. CCTV mysteriously failing everytime something happens like this should come as no surprise.

A seperate investigation into Ian Blair is still outstanding, so hopefully they will investigate the following then:

"His [Ian Blair's] insistence that the Met is a spin-free zone puzzled many journalists. In the 48 hours after the fatal shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes, many of them received a series of telephone calls from senior police officers. They gave detailed, off-the-record briefings about the events leading up to the shooting of the 27-year-old Brazilian.

He did not, as Sir Ian had claimed, refuse to obey a challenge - he was not, in fact, challenged at all by police.

That discrepancy could easily be put down to the confusion in the aftermath of the shooting. But in the context of the number of inaccurate briefings given to journalists by senior officers from Scotland Yard, it is much harder to accept that explanation. [...]

...the police realised that they had wrongly targeted and killed an innocent man: it was then that journalists say they started to receive calls from officers at the Met "spinning us lines which would distract attention from the fact that the cops had shot an innocent man"."
Also one might hope that they stop to ask themselves, why Ian Blair chose to celebritize himself off the back of Jean Charles' murder, while the first IPCC investigation hadn't concluded (presumbably he knew he was already out of the woods by then ?), and why Ian Blair started getting involved in yet another political campaign. Also, they might like to take into account Ian Blair's long and distinguished history of both getting the facts wrong at a major event, and then deciding to withhold what he thinks to be true anyway:

"The present deputy-commissioner of the Met Police, Ian Blair, was already on scene as a detective inspector. We knew each other very well and he turned to me and said, "Peter, I think we've had a bomb explosion here."

I asked him why and he said, "At least one of the casualties has metal deep inside him... but we're not going to go public on it."
(Courtesty of Peter "identical bomb drills" Power)

Some time ago, it seemed we might see something of a whitewash on this, and cleverly the IPCC, who although it's investigators are claimed to be independent, is little more than a Home Secretary(regime) selected quango, and they have apparently avoided Ian Blair altogether (although they claim his role in this is not neccessary to explore when you see their 'other' evidence).

And we haven't seen this final report of course (which won't even be the full one according the Guardian), but even aside from the political extermination policies of Operation Kratos that Ian Blair was responsible for (and which he may yet be hung on with this second inquiry), the myriad of questions remain, including:

Why was so much total garbage spun out by Ian Blair about what happened ?

It is a questionable assumption, based on what we know about Blair, and see above, to automatically conclude that Blair wasn't in possession of more facts than he reported. It is also possible that he was simply not able to deal with situation as it unfolded (the Captain Queeg scenario). But even his supporters should ask, why wasn't he in control of the information and the scenario and sufficiently interested in correcting the fraudulent flow of information ? He claims his officers didn't lie to him, so can that be taken as yet another lie ?

Why did he preside over a smear campaign of the person his policies had just killed ?

Why did he rush to suspend his own accountability and the investigation, therefore compromising the latter ? (Well he gives his own reasons for that of course, but are you untroubled by those reasons?) Similarly, why did Blair leap so quickly ("within 2 hours" according to the Guardian) to write that letter, before the police had even confirmed that the person they killed was the suicide bomber (which he wasn't of course) ?

From that, why did Ian Blair then later support buddy and 'diversity officer' Cressida Dick 3 who was in charge of the operation, while the inquiry was still going on ?

"Cressida Dick, the commander in charge of the Met's Trident firearms unit, was responsible for giving orders to shoot to kill. Police marksmen can no longer decide when to fire under Operation Kratos guidelines, which advise officers to shoot suspects in the head without warning." Independent

Why did the pathologist’s post mortem report, written in the presence of senior police officers on 27 July — five days after the shooting — still contain a false version of events. 4 ?

It states that Jean “vaulted over the ticket barriers” and that he “ran down the stairs of the tube station”.

Why did the New Labour hierarchy first 'secretly' 5 support Ian Blair, then come out overtly 6 to back him ?

Because they knew the outcome of any inquiry would be a safe bet to hang on to someone who was just too useful an idiot to let go of, with no similarly deranged puppet to replace him with.

But obviously that begs the question how could they know, especially at that stage?

Because either the IPCC via the Home Office were giving a running commentary to the New Labour elite about the inquiry (and who it would and wouldn't scrutinize), and/or were shaping it at their behest.

'David Davis said, "The public expect no stone to be left unturned in this inquiry. The last thing anyone wants is to encourage conspiracy theories about a cover-up."

Lawyers expressed surprise that Sir Ian had not been questioned. They said in an equivalent corporate situation the chief executive would have been interviewed.'

Rigoberto Alpizar shooting

Rigoberto AlpizarOr course there is now yet another innocent victim of the wonderful war-on-terror that keeps you safe, Rigoberto Alpizar, also Latin American, who's striking similarility in appearence to Jean Charles de Menezes cannot go unnoticed.

"Rigoberto Alpizar, a 44-year-old US citizen, was killed in the air bridge after running out of the plane pursued by marshals who had broken their cover. [...] "At some point, he uttered threatening words that included a sentence to the effect that he had a bomb," said Miami Federal Air Marshals official James Bauer."

As with Jean Charles de Menezes, initial reports now certainly seem highly questionable.

""I never heard the word 'bomb' on the plane," McAlhany told TIME in a telephone interview. "I never heard the word bomb until the FBI asked me did you hear the word bomb. That is ridiculous." PrisonPlanet

"One passenger said he "absolutely never heard the word 'bomb' at all" during the uproar as the Orlando-bound flight prepared to leave Miami on Wednesday." AP

"They say he was carrying a bomb, but Rigoberto and his wife had passed the security zone, they were checked thoroughly and still they killed him," he said.

Buechner told witnesses and police that Rigoberto suffered from bipolar mental disorder and was off his medication when he became agitated and began running through the aisles of a commercial airliner that was about to depart from Miami to Orlando on Wednesday.

However on Thursday, another brother Rolando Alpizar told Costa Rican Channel 7 television that family members were not aware that his brother had any mental problems and he described Rigoberto as "a very honest, very hardworking, responsible person"
Fox News

And once again, just like de Menezes, we are seeing all the usual crap from the pathetic cowardly garbage of the world, trying to justify and rationalize the killing. One angle the mainstream media are blaming(?) is 'bipolar disorder', so no doubt we will all need to have our medical records accessible by airline staff before we can fly, no problem just link that up to the global ID-slave database then.

These people really want you to be conditioned into this mentality that you automatically deserve to be shot, but of course, for these pathetic snivelling wretches coming out with this rubbish, it is never their son, or their brother or their husband, so they can sit back like spineless cowards and pretend to be protected by government death squads on the underground and on airplanes.