IoS on Werritty’s Case 63


Kudos to the Independent on Sunday, which yet again is the only mainstream media outlet with the nerve to continue to report the real information on Werritty, Gould and Israel.

The rest of the media are content to leave the public with the impression that the Secretary of State for Defence was obliged to resign merely over soliciting lobbyist funding for a too close male friend. It is not the fact of the cover-up which is so shocking; it is its near-total success.


63 thoughts on “IoS on Werritty’s Case

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  • Fedup

    The steam pressure built up in a sealed building until the seal popped blowing the metal surround apart
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    The new technology does not provide for the steam valve, as in the pressure cooker release valve. The more advanced the more dumber does not compute but hey that is another story now, isn’t it?

  • Sophia

    Thanks Suhayl. If you are talking about my blog, I am ashamed that I am not contributing too much these days. Twitter ate my blogging time.

  • anno

    Fedup
    No steam PRV pressure relief valve on a nuclear power station. They hadn’t anticipated the Tsunami flooding the circulating pumps running the sea-cooling.
    Michael Stephenson’s link to degaray.com points to Zio-terrorism.
    I confess I made my own personal ecological disaster recently.
    My boss left me with what he said he had checked was an old air-conditioning unit empty of its now illegal refrigerant. Was it empty? Did I have the recovery bottle to dispose of it legally?
    No. a little gas escaped illegally and I complained about it to him later because someone could have reported me.
    ‘Oh just say it was a blocked valve’ he chirps.
    I presume, but I have no evidence, that the Fukushimo disaster was not the work of Israeli infrastructure security company blackmailing menace against sovereign countries to extort billions for Zionist banksters.
    But rather, laziness, incompetency and disrespect for safety regulations, pressure of budgets and time etc. Managerial decisions overriding the engineers whose competency was not in question, a bit like the Watford rail disaster.
    Between Islamic terrorism, Western state terrorism, ( I presume Israel is considered Western ) and laziness/ incompetency, I would say 95% of the odds of a nuclear accident anywhere are with managerial incompetency.
    The engineers who designed the Japanese plant will have suggested the dangers of a Tsunami and been overruled by management on cost grounds. That is the job of an engineer, to know his/place under the shoes of the mafias who run stuff in such a way as to siphon off millions saved by short-cuts because they refused to listen to the engineers.
    By the way, that’s a big compliment from me to the Zionists, that I think they are less mad than capitalists/communist managers of the world. I think I deserve a big Brownie point for that please from total terror Global New Order Freemasonry.

  • Mary

    Early Day Motion
    http://www.parliament.uk/business/publications/business-papers/commons/early-day-motions/edm-detail1/?session=2010-12&edmnumber=1677
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    JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
    Session: 2010-12
    Date tabled: 30.03.2011
    Primary sponsor: Corbyn, Jeremy
    Sponsors: Caton, Martin Flynn, Paul Kaufman, Gerald McDonnell, John Riordan, Linda
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    That this House welcomes the Stop the Jewish National Fund (JNF) Campaign launched on 30 March 2011 by the Palestinian Boycott National Committee, the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign and others to inform the public about the JNF – Karen Kayemet L’Yisrael, its ongoing illegal expropriation of Palestinian land, concealing of destroyed Palestinian villages beneath parks and forests, and prevention of refugees from returning to their homes; notes that the JNF’s constitution is explicitly discriminatory by stating that land and property will never be rented, leased or sold to non-Jews; further notes that the UN rejected the JNF USA’s application for consultative status with the Economic and Social Council on the ground that it violates the principles of the UN Charter on Human Rights; regrets that the Prime Ministeris a JNF honorary patron; and believes that there is just cause to consider revocation of the JNF’s charitable status in the UK.

    Total number of signatures: 56

  • Mary

    @ Yonatan. Thanks for the advance notice of the Herzliya junket. Did you see Theresa May in the list of speakers? They round things off with a trip to see how the IDF is getting on. Revolting. http://www.herzliyaconference.org/eng/_Uploads/dbsAttachedFiles/ProgramE(5).pdf
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    They also have ‘Israel’s Gas’ as a topic. Perhaps they mean Gaza’s Gas.
    {http://www.intifada-palestine.com/2012/01/war-and-natural-gas-the-israeli-invasion-and-gazas-offshore-gas-fields/#comment-8840}

  • ingo

    There are two gasfields Mary, one straddling the brorder with lebanon and another smaller gasfield off the cioast fo Ghaza, clearly within its territorial waters.

  • Mark Golding - Children of Iraq

    I can run with “near total success” because the cabal has fallen between the cracks thanks to Craig Murray, a brave man.
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    Government trust has been eroded, destroyed by lies and misinformation which agent Cameron must have embraced before having to accede to spilled beans, a trait that ‘rang a bell’ in the now defunct Conservative weblog ‘WebCameron’ – an attempt to window dress Cameron before he took office.

  • Jon

    > Nothing could be as bad as CiF
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    Heh, well I suppose it could, but the Guardian are in an awkward situation. Any publishing house with money is liable to get sued if it “knowingly” permits libel on its platform*. One legal defence is to check everything and lob anything out that *might* be libellous, no matter how much free speech is lost. The other is to permit everything, but that would result in our previous problem, outlined by Other Mod – persistent disruption, racism and abuse that results in even less free speech (since all good people cannot have a conversation, they leave).
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    The solution is to not own loads of money, and then blog with a very permissive commenting policy. This site fits the bill very well indeed!
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    * Of course, it is quite possible that CiF is deleting things that don’t fit its editorial political perspective too. But I should think deleting things that “might be libelous” would still dent free speech very well on its own.

  • boniface goncourt

    Jon

    9 Jan, 2012 – 5:24 pm

    > Nothing could be as bad as CiF

    I take all your points. However if you follow the deletions on CensorshipisFab, it becomes clear that the censorship has nothing to do with libel. On ‘Palestine’ threads it is blatantly pro-zionist. The zionists are allowed the
    most crass racist insults against ‘Camel Jockeys’ or ‘Pallis’ but woe to anyone disapproving of ‘Hebes’. On other threads, notably about social security, benefits etc, the censorship is just as inane, but it is mainly to stop any real debate from getting off the ground. ‘Oi! This is The Girlyman! It is our debate not yours and you are here to give us respect’.
    Like most aware people I have given up on CiF as a hopeless Big Girl’s Blouse. The G throws a few sops to the ‘lefties’ it identifies as a profitable niche market, but is snug in the
    pocket of Zion…

  • Mary

    Ingo @ 8 Jan 2012 5.21pm
    Ref Ronson, I posted this the other day –
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    31 Dec, 2011 – 9:43 am
    ‘everything’s for sale’…including honours.
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    Tainted indeed. Ronson of the Heron Group.
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    His connections to Jewish charities such as the Community Security Trust, famous for hyping up charges of anti-semitic incidents and fear mongering. Also strangely exempted by the Charity Commissioners from naming their trustees playing on the implication I assume that they would be subjected to attack. In 2008 they were being funded by the state in that this private police force was being ‘trained ‘ by the Met. I forget the estimated cost but I think it was £half a million.
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2080571/Tainted-New-Year-Honours-Knighthood-Tory-donor-millions-credit-crunch-CBE-jailed-tycoon.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
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    ‘He has raised more than £100million for, and donated more than £30million to, charities such as the Community Security Trust, NSPCC, the Prince’s Trust and Jewish Care.’
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    A fact filled piece by Tony Greenstein on the CST’s part in the arrest and detention of Sheilk Raed Salah.
    {http://azvsas.blogspot.com/2011/12/community-security-trust-cites-racist.html}
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    Clever that he gets the royal nod of approval via the Prince’s Trust and helps the poor little kiddies too. No fool.
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    The CST’s latest accounts {http://www.charity-commission.gov.uk/Accounts/Ends91/0001042391_ac_20101231_e_c.pdf}

  • Komodo

    “…And when the Foreign Office finds a Treaty’s gone astray,
    Or the Admiralty lose some plans and drawings by the way,
    There may be a srcap of paper in the hall or on the stair–
    But it’s useless to investigate–Macwerritty’s not there!
    And when the loss has been disclosed, the Secret Service say:
    “It must have been Macwerritty!”–but he’s a mile away.
    You’ll be sure to find him resting, or a-licking of his thumbs,
    Or engaged in doing complicated long division sums.”
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    (Only very slightly adapted from TS Eliot)

  • mike

    Both the Jerusalem Post and Russia Today have confirmed that a massive military exercise is to take place in Israel this spring. The missile defence exercise is to involve THOUSANDS of US troops.
    When are the mainstream UK media going to tell us about this — when Syria is invaded? When Tehran is in ashes?

  • Passerby

    Mike,
    I have just listened to a confident speech by Assad, during which he attacked certain members of the Arab League (Saudi, Qatar) and effectively called them zionist enablers in the Mid East.
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    Assad’s chief of staff yesterday was inspecting Admiral Kuznetsov battle group formation, a clear indication that Russia is not about to hand over to the yanks, the last port it has in the Med.
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    Iran has made clear she will defend herself, and moreover she has proved she can defend herself. That is despite the BBC talking head on radio four stating; “Iranians are so desperate they have been building their own missiles” This utter moron spewing shite is trying to downplay the strength of the Iranians, and their weapons systems lacking the usual US sold friend or foe system that at the correct moment (when it is needed the most) shuts down and lets the US and co pass by, it then goes to armed and ready to fire status, to be fired!
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    The manoeuvres you have pointed out are exercises in making the Isrealis feel safe, and stop their rapid emigration out of there.
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  • Jon

    @boniface_goncourt – I don’t believe I’ve tried commenting on CiF, so couldn’t say. In most cases where registration is required to contribute, I don’t bother. I was going to say that I can see why the Guardian require it, but I seem to recall that the Mail/Express or something of that ilk has an open commenting system.
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    That said, I suspect the numbers of people commenting on the Guardian articles does greatly outweigh many of the other quality dailies – since it is the Guardian that is likely to be the most radical (and we’re probably agreed that their occasional radicalism doesn’t count for much). I wonder whether that is in part a large proportion of right-wingers (mostly ideological rather than paid) who come to angrily denounce ‘the enemy within’!

  • Jon

    Btw, are racial insults towards Arabs really tolerated in CiF? I’d be surprised if they were, save perhaps the odd one that their mods have missed.

  • boniface goncourt

    Jon

    You bet racial insults against Arabs are tolerated in cif. ‘Knuckledraggers’, ‘stone-age camel-jockeys’ or just ‘the pals’ [lower case] amongst others, and of course putting
    ‘Palestinians’ in speech marks, as though they are fictional. Any criticism of Israel must be purely on zionist terms, ie various zionist atrocities are bad, not in themselves, but because they make Israel look bad. Critical remarks automatically bring shrieks of ‘anti-semitism’ but responses
    questioning the overuse or even meaning of ‘anti-semitism’ are censored.

    I still read the Girlyman, as there are a few good writers – and it’s free!! – but cif debate is now rubbish, mainly because serious commenters like moi have given up in disgust. I raised quite a few hackles and made the regressives froth for a while, which was fun, changing ID frequently, so that they would debate whether A was really B and B was really C….schoolboy LOL. There is a hard core of trolls, always the same ones, who infect threads about [a] Israel or [b] welfare with the same crackpot sneers and outright lies. Unfortunately serious commenters take the bait, and provide thoughtful answers, whereupon the troll just repeats the taunt. The Daily Mail does have registration to comment, but there is no
    point, as ALL the commenters are trolls, saying exactly the same thing. The horrific story of the 15 year old Afghan child bride who was tortured by her family because she refused
    to work as a prostiitute, prompted variations on ‘I suppose she’ll come over here and be given a free house to sponge
    off the British taxpayer’. Reading this stuff gets depressing, when you realise how much hatred there is out there, from people with sad lives. Hatred of the disabled [‘fraudsters’], or indeed anyone sick or unemployed, is quite nauseating – a form of witchcraft, hoping that by cursing the unfortunate, you will ward off your own misfortune. Best to give these things a miss, really, or you end up thinking everyone in UK is a hasbara, or bigot.

  • Mary

    As is often said, Israel knows no law. What evil.
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    As David has often said, Israel knows no law.

    11 January 2012 Last updated at 07:44

    Iran car explosion ‘kills nuclear scientist’ in Tehran
    The bomb was reportedly attached with magnets to the car
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    A university lecturer and nuclear scientist has been killed in a car explosion in north Tehran, reports say.
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    Iranian media sources named the casualty as Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan, Reuters news agency reports.
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    The blast happened when a motorcyclist stuck a bomb on the side of the car, says Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency.
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    Several Iranian nuclear scientists have been assassinated in Iran in recent years.
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    Tehran has blamed the killings on Israel and the US.
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    BBC website

  • ingo

    The IAEA can’t drum up enough reasons to justify the wests paranoia of an emerging Iranian nuclear weapons threat, so they assassinate the scientists involved without being held responsible to any justice.

    Israel has a history of assassinating and kidnapping people in foreign lands, but when one of their own gets kidnapped, the now freed Gilat Shalid, they go bananas and start screaming foul. Our Government should expel the Israely ambassador and bring Mathew Gould home for this outrage, 🙂 and if everyone took this resolve in response then Israel would think twice about murdering scientists next time.

  • Mary

    From Medialens
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    Complaint to BBC re killing of Iranian scientist
    Posted by Chris Shaw on January 11, 2012, 9:14 am
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    ‘The story ‘Iran car explosion ‘kills nuclear scientist’ in Tehran’ describes the killing as an assassination. Why is it an assassination rather than murder or an act of terrorism?’
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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-16501566
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    I assume the response, several years hence, will begin ‘I understand you feel…’

  • mark_golding

    I note Mary the BBC has the disrespect to ask for names and contact details of Iranian scientists.
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    We witness the lengths at which the US and it’s allies will go to in demonizing a country that will not be bullied into submission.
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    I note a US ambassador has tip-toed off to China to insist(bargain. bribe) that China should stop buying oil and gas from Iran. Obviously the forthcoming EU decision to stop buying energy products from Iran would be ineffective if China simply increases her quota. Iran has observer status with the SCO and is waiting for full membership. That status would make it difficult for China to agree with US demands (requests). America should respect that fact, although the world will witness her lambaste and revile over Chinese refusal.
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    Essentially I repeat that Britain and the US are starving Iran while murdering its civilians in the same way as they did with Iraq sanctions murdering a half million children from malnutrition and treatable disease. I say shame on you; humiliation will be the only consequence and China will collect her reward, accumulating the respect of Asian and other countries who perceive America as the true axis of evil and Britain as her poodle.

  • Mary

    The Electronic Intifada
    Paul Flynn, BICOM and the nexus between Zionism and anti-Semitism
    Asa Winstanley
    01/10/2012
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    At the start of December, a minor row broke out after comments UK parliamentarian Paul Flynn made about the ambassador to Israel, Matthew Gould. The Jewish Chronicle reported that Flynn cast doubt on the wisdom of Gould’s appointment as ambassador, saying Britain needed “someone with roots in the UK [who] can’t be accused of having Jewish loyalty”. Gould is Britain’s first Jewish ambassador to Israel.
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    Under pressure, Flynn soon apologized for his comments. But the wider British press paid little attention to the story. Flynn’s initial comment seems to have been innocuous enough. He complained that Gould would be biased towards Israel because “the ambassador has proclaimed himself to be a Zionist”. It was later to the Jewish Chronicle that he brought up the nebulous and problematic idea of “Jewish loyalty”.
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    This comment was misguided. It is unacceptable to conflate Zionism with Judaism in such a way, or to suggest Jews would always be sympathetic with Israel. So we need to ask: who is guilty of conflating the state of Israel with Jews in general? The primary culprit is Israel, the Zionist movement and their supporters around the world. Indeed, Flynn defended himself by claiming to have been “a lifelong friend of Israel”. He said this as if it was a proof against accusations of anti-Semitism, but that certainly does not follow.
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    BICOM’s hypocrisy on anti-Semitism
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    http://electronicintifada.net/blogs/asa-winstanley/paul-flynn-bicom-and-nexus-between-zionism-and-anti-semitism

  • Mary

    I completely agree with you Mark on the history of Iran British relations. It is no wonder we are disliked. I read that over 9 – 11 million starved to death just after WW1.

    1917–1919 Famine in Persia. As many as 9 – 11 million people living in the north of Iran died in the famine.
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    Read the comment by Kiwi on http://www.amazon.co.uk/Great-Famine-Genocide-Persia-1917-1919/dp/0761826335
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    We stole their oil too and assisted the US in removing Mossadeqh.
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    ‘Mosaddegh was removed from power in a coup on 19 August 1953, organised and carried out by the United States CIA at the request of the British MI6 which chose Iranian General Fazlollah Zahedi to succeed Mosaddegh. While the coup is commonly referred to as Operation Ajax after its CIA cryptonym, in Iran it is referred to as the 28 Mordad 1332 coup, after its date on the Iranian calendar. Mosaddegh was imprisoned for three years, then put under house arrest until his death.’
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    Shame on us.

  • crab

    Re: the BBC’s “Iran car explosion kills nuclear scientist in Tehran”
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    They can’t even say “car bomb”. When in the history off BBC News have they ever called a car _bomb, a car _explosion? We even have a special noun for it “a car bombing” And who did this? CAR EXPLODERS? Not a whiff of terrorism about any of it! – Except the whole bloody facts of the story -unstateable for the bbc outloud.
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    BBC get paid well to fail humanity like this – and extra pension!

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