Thursday, April 28, 2005

UK election - the main issue should be the use of terror by the security services in order to keep the rich elite in power.

In January 2005, George Churchill-Coleman, head of Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist squad in the late 1980s and early 1990s, said:

"I have a horrible feeling that we are sinking into a police state."

(The Guardian, January 28, 2005)

In an article in the Daily Mirror, 3 December 2002, John Pilger cited a former intelligence officer who described the government’s flood of terror warnings as "a softening up process" ahead of an attack on Iraq and "a lying game on a huge scale".

The central issue in the UK election should be:

The use of terror by the security services of various countries in order to keep the rich elite in power.

Sadly, most of the media and most of the political parties are silent on this issue.

Who are 'the rich elite'? They are the Arab billionaires, the Christian billionaires, the Jewish billionaires, the Chinese billionaires.... They are not all from one tribe.

One billionaire who used terror as a weapon was Suharto, and his security services have been trained by the Americans. His security services also have links to the Israelis.

What are the links between terror and the security services?

Operation Gladio
Turkey, terror bombs, the CIA and Mossad
THE BALI BOMB AND THE MILITARY
Fake terror, including the Gunpowder Plot
9 11
9 11
Was the Ricin plot organised by the security services?
Britain and 9 11 : Sir David Manning was in Washington on 9 11
Security services organised the Madrid bombs?
Saddam worked for the CIA
http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/ARTICLE5/index.html

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http://www.medialens.org/alerts/05/050323_no_politics_only_elections.php

Medialens has an excellent article about the UK election.

Medialens points out that in the first three weeks of campaigning for the 2001 general election, the Communications Research Centre at Loughborough University found that there had been "little sign of real issues" in media coverage

Defence comprised 0.6 percent of reporting.

There was no mention of:

1. New Labour's "ethical foreign policy" deception

2. the non-existent "genocide" used as a pretext for Blair's bombing of Serbia

3. Blair's silence as East Timor burned

4. The siege and bombing of Iraq.

Senior UN diplomats had resigned in 1998 and 2000, describing New Labour's policy on Iraq as "genocidal".

Medialens quotes Gore Vidal :

"Remember that the country is governed by vast conglomerates, many now so internationalised that there is no way of taxing them, much less punishing them, for buying elections to the Congress so that their lawyers can get them ‘defence’ contracts while exempting them from taxation...

"When a ruling establishment will not let daylight in on their workings because they own the media as well as the permanent rental of most of Congress, judiciary and executive, that doesn’t leave much to talk about at election time except sex, the flag, the foetus and, in the good old days, Communism."

(Vidal, ‘New World Ordure,’ The Observer, January 25, 1998)

In 1996, John Pilger wrote: "to all but the trusting or cynical it must be dawning that the next Labour government is quite likely to be more reactionary, nastier and a greater threat to true democracy than its venal Tory predecessor."

(Pilger, New Statesman, October 11, 1996)

According to the Medialens writer: "The ‘choice‘, now, is between a right-wing, warmongering party of big business and a right-wing, warmongering party of big business. One real difference does remain, however - the leader of one of the parties is a war criminal responsible for major crimes against humanity."

Medialens reminds us that in January, George Churchill-Coleman, head of Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist squad in the late 1980s and early 1990s, said:

"I have a horrible feeling that we are sinking into a police state, and that's not good for anybody. We live in a democracy and we should police on those standards."(‘Britain 'sliding into police state',’ Alan Travis, Clare Dyer and Michael White, The Guardian, January 28, 2005)

John Pilger cited a former intelligence officer who described the government’s flood of terror warnings as "a softening up process" ahead of an attack on Iraq and "a lying game on a huge scale".(Pilger, ‘Lies, damned lies and government terror warnings,’ Daily Mirror, December 3, 2002)

According to Medialens, the Guardian/Observer website records dozens of mentions of articles containing the words 'Heathrow and threat' between November 2002 and February 2003. And yet reports mentioning a threat to the airport simply vanish after February 14 - the day Hans Blix presented a key report to the UN, and the day before the biggest anti-war protest march in British history.

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