Sunday, March 02, 2008

MI6 takes over the Conservative Party?

In 1931, the conservatives won 79% of the Scottish seats in the UK parliament.

Between 1983 and 1990, while the 'reportedly-Jewish' businessman Lord James Goold was chairman of the Scottish Conservative Party, life became difficult for the party.

In 1997, the Scottish Conservative Party lost all of its seats.
It had zero seats in the UK parliament.

In February 2008, the Scottish Conservative Party chose a new chairman, Andrew Fulton, a former top MI6 spy.

The Sunday Herald reports that false claims have been made about Fulton's academic credentials. (New top Tory in row over CV)

In his CV, Fulton was described as a "visiting professor" at Glasgow University's school of law.

A spokesman for the university said: "Mr Fulton is not associated with the University of Glasgow's law school and is not entitled to call himself a professor."

Fulton worked in the Glasgow University's law school at the Lockerbie Trial Briefing Unit until he was unmasked as a former MI6 spy.

A Scottish National Party spokesman said: "Being economical with the truth as a double agent may have been good training for Mr Fulton to become Scottish Tory chairman.

"However, it's embarrassing that his cover should have been blown within five minutes of taking up the post. The Tories will be shaken and stirred to learn they can't trust Mr Fulton."

In 2000, the Sunday Herald revealed:

1. Fulton had been MI6 station head in Washington

2. He was appointed to the Glasgow University law school to give impartial advice to the world's media during the Lockerbie trial.

3. Fulton was suspected of infiltrating the Lockerbie trial unit to block criticism of MI6 and the CIA over the bombing of PanAm 103 in 1988.

The Scottish Conservative Party should be renamed the Spooky Oligarch Party.

aangirfan: Spies in politics


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