Commenting on the Israeli attack on the Gaza flotilla, the UK's Daily Telegraph decides to criticise Turkey (Turkey turns away):
"As the man responsible for Turkish security, Mr Erdogan knows that the government in Jerusalem has to vet goods brought into the Strip.
"A secular, non-Arab country, Turkey is in a unique position to mediate between Israel and the Palestinians.
"Its prime minister appears instead to have chosen a more biased role designed to appeal to his domestic Islamic constituency."
The UK's Daily Telegraph is the most pro-Israel of newspapers.
The Daily Telegraph, whose tax-exiled owners are David and Frederick Barclay, works for the bad guys.
It was the Daily Telegraph that, through the expenses scandal, helped a 'loathed' Jew, John Bercow, to become speaker of the House of Commons. ('Loathed' Jew must be sacked as speaker of UK's discredited House of Commons.)
Certain Telegraph staff are reported to have links to the spooks.
Reportedly, Sir Colin Coote, a former Editor of the Daily Telegraph and a former officer in MI6, was responsible for introducing Jack Profumo's friend Stephen Ward to Soviet spy Eugene Ivanov 'at the behest of his old service', (PROFUMO, John - Spy School Bios.)
The result of the Profumo affair was that Israel's friend Harold Wilson became prime minister.
Allegedly, Dominic Lawson, who once edited the Sunday Telegraph, has links to MI6 and Princess Diana. (SPOOKY JOURNALISTS)
Con Coughlin is a journalist with close links to the security services.
"It was Coughlin who, with the help of unnamed intelligence sources, discovered that Saddam Hussein could launch weapons of mass destruction in 45 minutes.
"And it was Coughlin who revealed the link between the 9/11 hijacker, Mohammed Atta, and Iraqi intelligence.
"Both claims have, of course, been exposed as utter nonsense." - (UK Indymedia - Pentagon Propaganda Occupies the Guardian's Front Page:)
Now Con Coughlin is trying to spread stories about Iran.
The Telegraph newspaper had a story entitled 'Iran has resumed A-bomb project, says West' - By Con Coughlin, 07/07/2008
David Leigh wrote about 'Britain’s security services and journalists: the secret story' in the British Journalism ReviewVol. 11, No. 2, 2000, pages 21-26. (http://www.bjr.org.uk/data/2000/no2_leigh.htm)
According to Leigh:
"British journalists – and British journals – are being manipulated by the secret intelligence agencies."
Leigh gave us an example from 1995 when the Sunday Telegraph published a story about the son of Col Gadafy of Libya and his alleged connection to a currency counterfeiting plan.
According to Leigh: "The story was written by Con Coughlin, the paper’s then chief foreign correspondent, and it was falsely attributed to a 'British banking official'.
In fact, it had been given to him by officers of MI6, who, it transpired, had been supplying Coughlin with material for years."