Wednesday, July 04, 2012


We know that the US airforce did not defend the USA on 9 11.

1. Two leading defence 'experts' have said that an independent Scotland would be at risk from a 9/11-style terrorist attack because it would not be able to afford the best kind of fighter jets.

Colonel Stuart Crawford and Professor Malcolm Chalmers told the defence select committee in the UK that an independent Scotland would probably use cheap Hawk aircraft.

Scottish independence: MPs told 'independent Scotland risks 9/11 attack'

Sailors fold American flag on guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon (DDG 58)
US Sailors aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Laboon (DDG 58) at Faslane in Scotland

2. A British defence expert has told British MPs that the US government would exert “immense pressure” on an independent Scotland to stop it from removing Britain’s nuclear submarines to England.

Retired Lt Col Stuart Crawford told the Commons Defence Committee that any attempt to remove Britain’s nuclear submarines, which are based in Scotland, would be opposed by the USA.

US to pressure Scotland over Britain's nuclear submarines

June 6, 2005 – The guided missile destroyer USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) at Faslane, Scotland. 

3. According to the diaries of Tony Blair adviser Alastair Campbell, George W. Bush seems to think that the USA controls Britain's government and can topple its leaders when required. 

Peter Hitchens in the Mail:

‘George Bush threatened to topple former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith if he failed to back Tony Blair over the Iraq War, Alastair Campbell has claimed.

Ian Duncan Smith

Mr Campbell, who was No  10’s director of communications at the time, said the US President made the extraordinary threat during frantic diplomatic exchanges in the final hours before war in March 2003….

Mr Campbell wrote: ‘Bush said they would make it clear to the Tories that if they moved to get rid of TB “we will get rid of them.” ’

Mr Campbell did not explain how an American President would contrive to remove a British Opposition leader.

He also claimed that Mr Bush misnamed Mr Duncan Smith, writing: ‘He said he wouldn’t speak to “Iain Duncan Baker” himself – TB didn’t correct him – “but he’ll know my message.” ’

‘He’ll know my message’, has the ring of ‘I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse’, to me...

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One shudders to think of some innocent businessman in Tooting called Duncan Baker waking with a shudder to find a horse’s head bleeding in his bed, with a baffling message saying ‘You leave my friend Andrew Blair alone’ stapled to its ear...

Isn’t the fact that he offered to destroy a party leader in a supposedly independent (and friendly) country, to protect his friend in Downing Street rather a big story? ...

Personally, it fits very well with my own experience of the true nature of the Anglo-American Unspecial Relationship, which I have discussed here in the past, in the light of Bill Clinton’s decision to back the provisional IRA against the British government. Un unwise official from the West Wing told me, without meaning to, that the White House regarded Britain as fundamentally no different from Serbia.

aangirfan: David Lange says US threatened to kill him.



Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

got my hands on a book by daniel domscheit-berg in finnish. it's well aligned with a hunch I've had of wikileaks. some info:

Anonymous said...

And those who haven't been co-opted by the half-truth movement know no planes were hijacked on 9/11, hence no military were scrambled to intercept them.

The Realist Report said...

Very well said Anon 4:42, there were no hijackings on 9/11. All a PSYOP.

NORAD and US Air Force were fooled big time, probably by Israeli telecommunications and intercepts companies. There were reports of false blips on the radar on 9/11 that confused everyone that day, plus there were all sorts of drills taking place.

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