Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Tony Blair worked for the security services? And Straw, Mandelson, Hain...?

A quote from an article at The Truth Seeker, 18 October 2005:

Ex-MI5 officer David Shayler appeared at a public meeting in Bristol last week to promote his latest book. His address was covered in the local newspaper, the Bristol Evening Post, but thus far none of the national media have reported it.

This maybe because of what Shayler actually had to say. For a start he believes Dr David Kelly was an MI6 agent who was murdered and that Tony Blair worked for MI5 before he became Labour leader. Unfortunately, Shayler's exact words were not reported, making it difficult to assess the claim. Luckily, I found a recording of his words...

Shayler was speaking to 9/11 sceptics in Bristol. They showed a video, then he spoke and took questions. The topic moved from 9/11 to the July 7th bombings in London. Shayler suspects the British security services might have had a hand in 7/7. An audience member asked about MI5's possible complicity in 7/7, and, if so, whether Tony Blair's government was involved or were kept in the dark.

This was Shayler's response [my transcription]:

Yeah, I mean, I don't know how involved Blair is – it's a difficult question to answer. I mean, certainly I know, as I say, the intelligence services do things behind the backs of government, the cabinet and parliament – it's very easy in this country to do that, as there's no oversight of the services.

And, in some ways, they don't want the government to know, so, when they are sent out to deny these things, as Robin Cook was, they can do it looking honest, basically.

But I think the only way we can explain Blair's behaviour is that he is blackmailable by the intelligence services.

I know that the intelligence services have files on most of the Labour government because I saw some of the files while I was there.

In fact ... [inaudible audience interjections, laughter] ...Well, one of the things I want to tell you is that – I actually, I didn't see this myself, I must admit – but somebody who was reviewing Blair's file, this was when Blair was unknown really, in 1992, not particularly well known, told me that Blair was an MI5 agent.

In the 1980s he'd reported on members of CND and the so-called Trotskyists in the Labour Party...


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