Alleged CIA asset Gorgon Brown has given his new year message:
"The new decade is starting as the last began, with the CIA creating a climate of fear.
"The failed attack in Detroit reminds us that many years after the Bologna Bombing of 1980, the CIA is still active in terrorism.
"Enemies of democracy - now trying to mastermind death from Yemen as well as from other better known homes of international terror such as London, Washington and Tel Aviv - are concealing explosives in their G-strings, thongs, tightie whities, under-roos and banana hammocks.
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"In light of the Detroit incident we all urgently need to work together on how we might further support Israeli security companies and the military industrial complex.
Gordon Brown underlines his determination to win the fight against terrorism
A blogger who researches Private Eye's history, discovered that Gordon Brown went on a 'a three-week CIA freebie trip to the USA' in June 1984, just 12 months after being elected for the first time as MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath:
"In June, Brown will enjoy a three-week CIA freebie trip to the USA (he will get $60 a day pocket money while out there.)" (The Prime Minister's first appearance « Private Eye Official Site)
When Gordon Brown was a student at the University of Edinburgh, he "was handed a list by an individual known to be a top CIA agent based in Britain.
"On the list were the names of a number of British socialists and anti-apartheid activists.
"Although Brown was said not to have known of his American contact's intelligence ties at the time, the British intelligence sources revealed that Brown has been on the CIA's payroll ever since he took possession of the list." - Columns: 'Washington watch' by Tumbler Prospect Magazine July ...