Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Lockerbie Quislings?

Quisling and Adolf.

Norwegian politician Vidkun Quisling assisted Nazi Germany to conquer his own country.

The Scottish parliament seems to contain some quislings.

These quislings appear to do the work of the Pentagon and CIA, who might be seen as being today's equivalent of the Nazis?

Recent speeches by Scottish politicians have revealed who are the relatively honest individuals and who are the quislings?

MacAskill defends decision as rivals fail to land blows / Support for 'right decision' over Megrahi / MacAskill to survive as MSPs back off key vote

Malcolm Chisholm, a former Labour minister said: "Can I regret the politicisation of what is a quasi-judicial decision, and for my part commend the Justice Secretary for a courageous decision, which is entirely consistent with both the principles of Scots Law and Christian morality, as evidenced by the widespread support of churches across Scotland."

Malcolm Chisholm is not a quisling.

According to Michael Matheson, a member of the Scottish parliament: "With Scotland’s churches, civic society, senior former and current politicians and many Scots around the country agreeing with this decision and the values embodied in it it is clear that support for Mr MacAskill is growing as Scots and others around the world understand the decision and the reasons for it."

Michael Matheson is not a quisling.

Liberal Democrat MSP John Farquhar Munro supported Mr MacAskill’s decision. "Mr MacAskill had no other choice but the one he made," said Munro.

John Farquhar Munro is not a quisling.

Former Labour first minister Henry McLeish gave his backing to the decision to release Megrahi.

Henry McLeish is not a quisling.

Former presiding officer and Liberal leader Lord David Steel said of Megrahi: "I think most opinion in Scotland is in favour of the decision to release him on compassionate grounds."

David Steel is not a quisling.

Both the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Scotland issued statements to say MacAskill had done the right thing in releasing Megrahi.

The church leaders are not quislings.

Photo of Quisling from www.axishistory.com/index.php?id=7905

Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray, Scottish Conservative leader Annabel Goldie, and Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Tavish Scott all opposed the release of Megrahi.

They appear to be siding with Hillary Clinton, Robert Mueller, the director of the FBI, and Admiral Mike Mullen.

They appear to be siding with the country that gave us Operation Northwoods, Operation Gladio, Operation Phoenix, and Operation Cyclone.

Northwoods was a Pentagon plan whereby the Pentagon would carry out acts of terrorism in the USA.

Gladio, reportedly, was Pentagon terrorism in Europe, including the Bologna Bomb.

Operation Phoenix was Pentagon terror and murder in Vietnam.

Cyclone was when the Pentagon armed and trained the Moslem extremists in Afghanistan.

Much the Scottish media has opposed the release of Megrahi, but there have been some brave exceptions.

Terrorism: LOCKERBIE - Mueller, Thurman, Bollier, Lumpert and a timer



McGonagall said...


Anonymous said...

Good for the Catholics and other Scottish Christian churches, to approve of the release of the terminally ill, questionably convicted, Libyan. Have any Jewish denominations made statements, pro or against?

nobody said...

I don't know that I'd be giving anyone a total bill of health. Megrahi wasn't released because everyone felt badly about his wellbeing. Hell, they'd kill him if they could get away with it. He was released on health grounds as nothing more than a means of sidestepping the appeal which would have shone a spotlight on obvious Western villainy. If we ain't discussing that, we ain't discussing anything.

If people want to ignore the real reasons, and participate in discussion within the spook-desired parameters of: the rightness of us displaying Christian mercy to a fellow who barely deserves it; and the wrongness of us being soft with a fellow who in no way deserves it, well, what role are those people playing?

Or to put it another way, is anyone saying the emperor has no clothes? Or are they all just standing around discussing the rightness of accessorising such a fine outfit? You know what I mean?

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