After Project Fear, Expect Project Terror 152


Delighted that the popular upsurge in Scotland has been reflected in the polls and the mainstream media have started to notice it is happening. There is no doubt that unless the No campaign can find a game-changer (and a curiously untraceable person throwing an egg at Jim Murphy isn’t it), then the people of Scotland are going to seize their chance to escape from neo-con domination and create their own society.

But I also have no doubt the establishment are not going to accept this lightly. They are not simply going to let Scotland’s people walk away with Scotland’s resources. They have yet to make serious use of their most frequent instrument of population control – the “War on Terror”.

The scene has already been set. Cameron has already told parliament that ISIS, or the Caliphate as it calls itself (I always think it is better to call people what they call themselves, rather than some made-up name) poses a major and imminent threat to the UK. Jack Straw is back on Radio 4 saying that Britain must bomb Iraq, as though the very cause of the Caliphate was not the last time he invaded Iraq. Saudi Arabia, which funded and still funds the Caliphate, is giving warnings to the security services of planned attacks in the UK.

The truth is that everybody who has ever carried out an actual Islamic terror attack in the UK (of which there have been very few indeed) has stated that they did so because of British bombings and invasions of Muslim countries – a fact which is very plainly true. The notion that the way to stop this is to bomb or invade Muslim countries is quite incredible.

I fear that we will shortly see arrests of young Muslims in Glasgow and Edinburgh. We will be told they were planning to detonate a dirty nuclear bomb in George Square, or convert the Scott Monument into a giant ballistic missile using fertiliser and Irn Bru. We will be told that only the UK security services have saved Scotland from destruction. The media hype will be on a par with the liquid bomb plot. Like the liquid bomb plot, when it turns out to have been non-existent the media will not tell you that. Anyway the referendum will be over by the time the story is debunked.

In truth, of course, an independent Scotland which does not invade other countries will be a safer place than the continually aggressive and murderous United Kingdom.


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152 thoughts on “After Project Fear, Expect Project Terror

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  • Macky

    @Resident Dissident, sorry to disappoint, but the only “side” I have is the one that is against people being murdered so that their natural resources & wealth can be stolen.

    I would of thought the 15,000 figure for people still holed up in Sirte at the end is very feasible, and if so, not many would have been left alive after NATO & the “Rebels” finished with Sirte.

  • Resident Dissident

    “Is it just me or is the new Poster “Al Milliner” a horrid fusion of Resident Dissident and the Habba-Clown, or maybe even Resident Dissident on Dutch Courage !”

    All sensible and sane people are probably a fusion in your mind.

    Al – Macky is just a Stalinist troll with nothing of substance to say if you haven’t worked that out already. Even Craig is rather too establishment for his tastes.

  • Resident Dissident

    “but the only “side” I have is the one that is against people being murdered so that their natural resources & wealth can be stolen.”

    Please point me to your posts against Putin, Assad and Ghadaffi who by that reckoning are not on your side – here or elsewhere will do.

  • Resident Dissident

    Re Sirte

    – I would have thought that if the rebels claimed 15,000 or something similar a sympathiser such as yourself would have posted such a claim on Wikipedia with appropriate support. You see no such reluctance with regard to other conflicts to post numbers for those ki9lled by the US/NATO.

  • Peacewisher

    @RD: I agree about aggression by Iraq, and the factions that caused civil war in the previously peaceful Yugoslavia. However, you can’t say that Russia has been much of an aggressor, whilst US has had a free rein (I guess we should be glad there hasn’t been more bloodshed…)

  • Resident Dissident

    “However, you can’t say that Russia has been much of an aggressor,”

    Until Putin came to power perhaps – but to say that there was no aggression by either the US or the Soviet Union in the cold war days just isn’t true by any stretch of the imagination. I think you always forget that even when the US and Russia/USSR are involved there are always other factors/forces that lead to conflicts.

  • Resident Dissident

    Macky

    I was stating a view as to why think all those opposing you are the same person – when you know what a tu quoque is then you can accuse me of using them.

  • nevermind, Scotland will be free

    I’m sorry to have aroused the support of milliner with my off topic muses.
    Inadvertandly I have supported his desperate attempts to divert the issue by mentioning something important enough for him to crow and reverb to sidestep the independence debate, not my intention, I’m ready for a keelhauling…..

    please,……not a large containership

    leave you with todays Obama quote from his Estonian gladhanding/armsre-distribution service visit….’ armed conflict cannot be allowed to re-draw borders’….

    fukc me, how come he’s not telling Bibi who will be annexing the Jordanian Kings toilet soon?? and why is he calling the cease fire between Putin and Petroshenko speculative at this point in time when thousands have died in this useless conflict? Is he waiting for some Academi action? does he not want the fighting to stop? what a purile servant to the arms pushers he has become.

  • nevermind, Scotland will be free

    I’m sorry to have aroused the support of milliner with my off topic muses.
    Inadvertandly I have supported his desperate attempts to divert the issue by mentioning something important enough for him to crow and reverb to sidestep the independence debate, not my intention, I’m ready for a keelhauling…..

    please,……not a large containership

    leave you with todays Obama quote from his Estonian gladhanding/armsre-distribution service visit….’ armed conflict cannot be allowed to re-draw borders’….

    fukc me, how come he’s not telling Bibi? who will be annexing the Jordanian Kings toilet soon?? and why is he calling the cease fire between Putin and Petroshenko speculative at this point in time when thousands have died in this useless conflict? Is he waiting for some Academi action? does he not want the fighting to stop? what a purile servant to the arms pushers he has become.

  • Peacewisher

    @RD: In the days of US v USSR, yes… there was the obvious clash of ideologies.

    But in the post-Soviet era, Russia has been playing the capitalist game, so no reason to be seen as a threat in the same way. I’ve heard Richard Branston and various veterans of US intelligence say in recent days why shouldn’t Russia also be invited to join NATO… then that would solve the whole problem!

  • lysias

    Also since the fall of the Soviet Union, capitalism has abandoned the moderation it had to adopt when it had communist and fascist competitors, and has revealed its true face. Thus, the fall of Communism has had effects both internationally and domestically within the capitalist countries.

  • Macky

    @@Resident Dissident; Oh dear, you really are more stupid than I thought;

    “when you know what a tu quoque is then you can accuse me of using them”

    you mean like this;

    “Please point me to your posts against Putin, Assad and Ghadaffi who by that reckoning are not on your side – here or elsewhere will do”

    Really too bored to be dealing with your moronic Whatabouteries, we were supposed to be discussing Sirte, but since you’ve switched to troll mode, I’ll leave you to play with Peacewisher, who obviously hasn’t learnt yet that trolls can’t engage in logical discussions, not even if their lives depended on it !

  • mark golding

    September 1 marked 10 years since one of the most horrifying terrorist attacks in Russia, the Beslan school siege which saw over 300 people, 186 of them children, killed.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ng8GGKHerE

    As expected BBC – the British propaganda machine rudely paints a total lack of compassion, sympathy and sorrow; a total lack of tenderness, warmth and understanding for the tremendous loss to Russian families in Beslan still crying a river after ten years of mourning.

    BBC – YOU FUCKING BASTARDS! Shame on you.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-29027981

  • Joe Public

    Very good article Craig. Nothing out of place, nothing contradictory or anything I can find fault with from where I’m standing. Wasn’t really looking for anything out of kilter anyway, just thought I’d offer that after seeing the wee bit indigestion you appear to have caused someone.

    As circumstances change and the context of previous sets or dichotomies shift then quite often so does an opinion that was mibbes a suitable position before. Doesn’t necessarily mean someone’s contradicting themselves. It means they’re moving and adapting with circumstance and setting.

    However, keep up the good work with your blog Craig, enjoying reading your articles.

  • Brendan

    A year or two ago I was on a chat site, and mentioned that oil and resources would likely be an important issue in this referendum. Curiously, most posters gave me the internet blank stare, basically wondering what I was talking about. I thought this odd, and still don’t know what to make of it. Clearly oil is a vital issue here, and I’m surprised at their surprise. I didn’t think I was being even slightly controversial. Maybe people are more trusting than I am, and thought this would all be ironed out in post-indy negotiations. Well, possibly. I think it’s going to get rather nasty myself, before, during and even after negotiations. I too, alas, expect a ‘big surprise’ quite soon in Scotland. Keep safe, all.

    For me, the recent war-mongering has been entirely wearisome. The press pack just seem incapable of calling out the Government on their bullshit. ISIS aren’t farmers using home-made weapons. Someone is funding them, and most of us know who. Why does nobody ask Cameron about this? Very odd indeed. Personally I think the military planners in the US have entirely lost their mind. Scotland should leave NATO, and get on with what it’s good at.

  • Rehmat

    Former US presidential candidate and long-time congressman, Ron Paul, who has been accused of loving Jews but hating Israel by the organized Jewry, has denied the “official story” of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

    Last week, in a breaking interview Ron Paul told Charles Goyette, host of podcast ‘Money and Markets’ that Bush administration had the pre-knowledge of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

    “I believe if we ever get the full truth, we will find out that over government had it in the records exactly what the plan were, or at least close to it,” Ron Paul said.

    http://rehmat1.com/2014/09/04/ron-paul-911-was-an-inside-job/

  • Habbabkuk (La vita è bella) !

    Corporal Macky

    “Really too bored to be dealing with your moronic Whatabouteries, we were supposed to be discussing Sirte..”
    ________________

    Actually, we weren’t – the title of this thread is “After project fear expect project terror”. For fuller details please re-read Craig’s introductory post.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    There now, Corporal – I’ve given you your daily attention, hope you can get on with life now. Have a lovely day!

  • Ba'al Zevul (With Gaza)

    Illumination of Mr. Blair’s well-deserved award for services to globalisation behind a charitable mask-

    http://greenteeth.blog.co.uk/

    And looking back to the good old days of ‘sexing’ up documents, we also have to ask did Blair call up old chum, the spin doctor of spin doctors Alistair Campbell to ‘sex up’ his pitch for the award, old Al being a recently hired employee of GQ. You really couldn’t make it up, could you?

    Nope.

    http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/comment/articles/2014-01/14/alastair-campbell-joins-gq

  • Macky

    Habbu-Clown; “Actually, we weren’t – the title of this thread is”

    Why didn’t you address this to your fellow trolls as they have been going on about it for the last three threads ? It took me all of five minutes to find the answer on Google, and put an end to their ceaseless whining ! 😀

    You really are a Clown ! 😀 😀 😀

  • OldMark

    Peacewisher- many thanks for the link to the Peter Hitchens article that properly admonishes Ben Judah (another hereditary mediacrat) for his relentless warmongering over Ukraine in the NYT.

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