Wednesday, September 02, 2009



On 2 September 2009, the noble Scottish National Party Government suffered a defeat in parliament over its handling of the Lockerbie case. (SNP defeated over bomber release )

The evil opposition parties, LABOUR, CONSERVATIVE AND LIBERAL DEMOCRAT, united in a vote to condemn the decision to free Megrahi.

The move fell short of a vote of no-confidence in the SNP government.

We have now learnt that a senior UK Conservative Party lord, Lord Trefgarne, pressed the Scottish justice minister to free Megrahi, 'because letting him die in jail would cause serious damage to British business interests.' (Senior Tory peer pressed Scotland to free Megrahi )

So why has Conservative Party leader David Cameron said it was wrong to release Megrahi?

Is Cameron an agent of the CIA?

We have now learnt that Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown did not want Megrahi to die in prison; he wanted Megrahi released. (Analysis: Gordon Brown's Lockerbie view is an explosive revelation)

So why are most Labour members of the Scottish parliament saying it was wrong to release Megrahi?

Are they agents of the CIA?

The Scottish National party's Alex Salmond branded as 'absolutely ridiculous' what he said were divisions between Gordon Brown and Iain Gray, the Scottish Labour leader, over the decision to release Megrahi. (McConnell blasts 'mistake' by MacAskill)

Reportedly, Susan Cohen's daughter Theodora was killed in the Lockerbie bombing.

Susan Cohen repeatedly appears on the BBC, and in the media in general, to put the case for the CIA that Megrahi should not have been released.

The BBC apparently refuses to mention Major Charles McKee or 'CIA drug smuggling'.

We now know that many members of the UK Liberal democrat Party wanted Megrahi released.

So why are the leaders of the Liberal Democrat Party supporting the CIA in opposing Megrahi's release.

Jack McConnell, the former Labour First Minister in Scotland, accused the Scottish National Party government of tarnishing the reputation of the Scottish legal system “for years to come” by electing to release the Lockerbie bomber. (McConnell blasts 'mistake' by MacAskill)

The Scottish legal system's reputation was tarnished by the reported faking of evidence in the Lockerbie trial.

Reportedly, Jack McConnell's wife's department, and Jack McConnell's party organisation in Glasgow, gave Eddie Lyons, an alleged 'gangster', £1.4m in public funds over 10 years to run a community centre used by children. Reportedly the Lyons’s family has been involved in a 'war' with another group of alleged 'gangsters'. At least 11 people have been shot since 2003 as a result of this 'war'. - Joan McAlpine: This is a nasty stink you cannot just ignore, Jack

'Drug baron Justin McAlroy was gunned down on his driveway in Glasgow's Cambuslang only six days after wining and dining Labour VIPs Jack McConnell and John Reid at a dinner to raise funds for the party in 2002.' - New evidence casts shadow of doubt over conviction in notorious ... aangirfan: Sarwar, McConnell, Reid

On 14 August 2009, Jon King at Conscious Ape wrote: Lockerbie And The CIA: Truth Over Vengeance Conscious Ape

According to Jon King:

CIA agent ... Abu Nidal was almost certainly the man behind the Lockerbie bombing.

Nidal was ... wanted for a string of terrorist offences, including ... the bomb attack on a West Berlin disco in 1986...

It was this attack which provoked American air strikes on Libya less than 2 weeks later.

Insiders have since claimed CIA agent Nidal carried out the attacks specifically to provide justification for the air strikes...

It was the CIA who funded Nidal to form the breakaway ANO faction of Fatah in its attempt to topple, or at least destabilize, Yasser Arafat’s PLO during the 1970s and 80s.

It was the CIA, together with Mossad, who used him as a penetration agent.

And in later years the CIA continued to sponsor Nidal as an intelligence mole in Iraq prior to the US invasion in 2003.

Nidal was providing information with which the CIA endeavoured to link Saddam Hussein to Al Qaeda...


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