Assange Judge’s Husband Runs Security Firm With Ex Head of MI6 1235

“Security Intelligence Consultancy” SC Strategy Ltd has only three directors. One is the husband of the judge in yesterday’s Assange ruling. One is the former Head of MI6, Sir John Scarlett, who is synonymous with crooked security operations and personally wrote the notorious dossier of lies on Iraqi WMD, thus causing the subsequent deaths of millions of people. One is Lord Carlile, who was notably close to protected Establishment paedophiles Greville Janner and Cyril Smith. Is the British Establishment not endlessly fascinating?

The corporate media has published no information about “Lady” Arbuthnot’s background and sinister links at all, despite the fact it is uniformly carrying her jibes at Assange as a major story. There can be no clearer example of the fact that it is the corporate media which, deliberately and systematically, spreads fake news, while bloggers get out the actual facts via social media.

Directors of SC Strategy Ltd from Companies House Register

To anyone to whom British corruption is not axiomatic, it appears pretty rum that the judge in the Assange case is married to a government parliamentarian and close to the security services.

“Lady” Arbuthnot’s Husband

There is some interesting background in the Mirror here. The taxpayer paid £1,200 in restaurant bills for “Lady” Arbuthnot and her husband in one long weekend jaunt to Turkey alone.

If anybody thinks the Assange case had anything to do with justice, they are very mistaken. Please read my analysis of “Lady” Arbuthnot’s judgement here.

1,235 thoughts on “Assange Judge’s Husband Runs Security Firm With Ex Head of MI6

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  • Republicofscotland

    Jeez, I don’t know what’s more pathetic, Jeremy Corbyn, sacrificing his life long principles over EU membership, in the hope of gaining power at Westminster. Or the latest intervention attempt from the war criminal Tony Blair, claiming he’s a about to make major intervention on EU membership before Theresa May’s EU speech on Friday.

    Listening to the likes of Blair and John Major jostle for the limelight over Brexit, as both try to appear as the voice of reason on the matter, to me appears surreal, I’m just waiting for the likes of Nick Clegg or Ed Miliband, to add their all knowing wisdom on Brexit.

    • reel guid

      I know Ros. They don’t cut it as elder statesfolk.

      Meanwhile the SNP’s Pete Wishart has spoken out about the drinking culture at Westminster with its many taxpayer subsidized bars. Pete said legislative work there takes place amid a “sea of booze”.

      • Republicofscotland

        Not forgetting, that the arrogant b*stards on occasion do not listen to debates, but come flooding out the Westminster bars, and vote accordingly, tossers.

    • nevermind

      So what is your wisdom on Brexit, RoS? Should we all stop paying taxes, or even better, start getting involved actively finding fellow travellers for one’s ideas and then run with it before the electorate?

      RoS Independent candidate advocates and supports everything you want in life, incl. Brexit if it suits you.

      I can’t understand the reservedness of Scottish people, they voted to remain, had no say in any of the demands or talks over Brexit, and now they are being hauled over a barrel, about to be fckued.
      let us know what your next move be after sliding down that barrel like a wet kipper.

      Oh yes, moving means doing something, so you can be proud and feel good for having been had by May’s cabinet.

      Is it time to decentralise all power, be done with national/regional Governments, pay taxes locally for local services, or pay no taxes at all?

      • Republicofscotland

        “I can’t understand the reservedness of Scottish people, they voted to remain, had no say in any of the demands or talks over Brexit, and now they are being hauled over a barrel, about to be fckued.
        let us know what your next move be after sliding down that barrel like a wet kipper.”

        It’s difficult for some to vote yes, when the foreign owned media spout lies and scaremongering, as they did in 2014, and also with Brexit.

        However, we keep going till we get a yes vote, at least Scotland has a chance of slipping off the barrel for good, you on the otherhand, well you get the picture.

        • nevermind

          Scotland has a chance of slipping off the barrel for good, you on the otherhand, well you get the picture.

          Nope, no picture here, no vote no decisions of mine, I had a tape over my mouth and my hands tied like the rest of EU citizens. That vote was just for the subjects.

          @ Paul Barbara. yes I speak German and have done translations of accident reports in the past, but I’m not willing to become a target for peeps from either side, the BND or any other neocon outfit. And I do have something else to do.

          Whoever translates Ulfkottes book, ensure that they get all the rights of publication, at least then it pays a wage of sorts. The book will be a success.

          • Republicofscotland

            You could make a name for yourself by translating the Voynich manuscript. ?

          • Paul Barbara

            @ nevermind March 1, 2018 at 15:26
            Ah, you twigged! Thanks for the reply.
            Yes, the rights is no problem. Any suggestions as to who might be willing and able to translate it?
            Of course there are risks re retaliation, but the job needs to be accomplished.

          • Paul Barbara

            @ Republicofscotland March 1, 2018 at 16:23
            Yes, ‘appear to sell it’ is the operative part of your sentence.
            It was ‘Privished’ (yes, almost certainly on orders of the CIA or another agency US agency). Lot’s of sites had it for sale, but the only one that had a copy (at £1,300+) was Amazon, and even that’s gone now.
            All the rest said, on requesting it, that it was ‘out of stock’.

      • Paul Barbara

        @ nevermind March 1, 2018 at 14:30
        I previously put out a request if anyone knew of an anti-Establishment English/German speaker who would be interested in translating a book from German into English.
        BrianFujisan suggested you might be interested. If so, can you let me know via this blog, then we can arrange an exchange of email addresses.

  • Anon1

    Grenfell Tower activist caught with a cannabis ‘oil’ distillery in the block had previously run a credit card factory from the flat at number 53 to swindle £1.6 million.

    Via CourtNewsUK

    • Paul Barbara

      @ Anon1 March 1, 2018 at 14:50
      I wonder if he had shares in the company that put up the flammable cladding?

  • Republicofscotland

    So Prince William will visit Israel, and the occupied territories of Palestine. William will have a chance to see the world’s largest open air prison, the Gaza Strip, he may also get the chance to pucker up to the Western wall.

    I wonder if the homeless people in Israel or the occupied territories of Palestine, will be told to scarper, as they did in England when Harry and Megan came to town, so as not to offend the royal gaze?

    • Paul Barbara

      @ Republicofscotland March 1, 2018 at 14:56
      Huge pity it isn’t his mother who was going – she WOULD have made a difference.

      • Republicofscotland


        She’s had more than enough time to do so, but she hasnt. That to me speaks volumes.

        • Paul Barbara

          @ Republicofscotland March 1, 2018 at 15:15
          She can’t, now, due to a little confrontation with the SAS in the Alma tunnel, followed by a French Dr. Mengele’s slow trip to the wrong hospital, and his ‘benign’ treatment en route:
          ‘How They Murdered Princess Diana’ by John Morgan (he wrote about 7 or 8 books on the subject – he died in 2015).

  • Republicofscotland

    Jeez, the Labour party are set to extend the suspension of Ken Livingstone, for in my mind expressing an opinion, if rather clumsily at that.

    I for one don’t think Livingstone is antisemitic, pressure appears to be coming from other quarters to continue Livingstone’s suspension, possibly fazing him out in the long term, such is the “politically Correct” atmosphere that surrounds any politician who gives an opinion on what is seen as a sensitive matter. In my opinion the NEC has capitulated, in the hope of gaining public approval, pity.

    • reel guid

      Ken has been suspended for 2 years now. Doesn’t say a lot about Labour Party efficiency or consideration for a veteran member that they can’t decide in that time.

      • John Goss

        Yes I have a lot of time for Ken Livingstone. He was there in Hyde Park. He, and Jeremy Corbyn, opposed the Capitalist wars of oil theft. Hopefully there will be big changes when the next Labour government gets to power and I am pretty sure the new influx and the changing face since Iain McNicol tendered his resignation. I am hoping for a big Friends of Palestine lobby.

        • John Goss

          ” I am pretty sure the new influx and the changing face since Iain McNicol tendered his resignation . . .” incomplete sentence
          ” . . . will lead to a more caring more Socialist Labour Party.”

  • reel guid

    Theresa May last week tweeted congratulations to Estonia on the 100th anniversary of independence. And said “we fought for your independence”.

    The 19th anniversary of elections to the Scottish Parliament are coming up. If someone gave May a truth drug she’d tweet to Scotland “we pretended for 19 years to support devolution, now we’re fighting to finish it”.

    • Republicofscotland

      reel guid.

      That reminds me of David Cameron during the 2014 indyref, pushing a note into the hand of a startled Barack Obama, which urged Scots to stay in the union, which Obama added in at the end of his speech.

      Several weeks earlier Obama, was praising Ireland for being a successful small nation.

      No surprise then that May’s keeping with tradition.

  • reel guid

    So Colonel Davidson’s choreographed conference is scuppered by the weather.

    The Beast From The East wins out over The Mouth That Wants To Head South.

  • Republicofscotland


    From what I can find, it would appear that the FCO, advise the queen on foreign trips and due to the instability between Palestinian’s and Israeli’s Whitehall has advised the queen not to visit Israel over the years.

    Prince Philip has visited Israel in a unoffical capacity, to see his mothers grave, she’s revered in Israel, and buried on the Mount of Olives, for taking in persecuted J**s during WWII.

    Prince Charles has also visited in a unofficial capacity. Dror Zeigerman, then Israel’s ambassador to London, invited the queen to visit Israel decades ago, she initially said yes, however it never came to fruition.

    • Paul Barbara

      @ Republicofscotland March 1, 2018 at 16:17
      For God’s sake, you don’t believe the Queen is Prince William’s mother, do you?

      • Republicofscotland


        I’ve no idea what you’re on about, the queen is William’s grandmother.

        • Paul Barbara

          You must have a very short memory. I am reffering to the following exchange:
          Paul Barbara
          March 1, 2018 at 15:06
          @ Republicofscotland March 1, 2018 at 14:56
          Huge pity it isn’t his mother who was going – she WOULD have made a difference.

          March 1, 2018 at 15:15
          She’s had more than enough time to do so, but she hasnt. That to me speaks volumes.

          Got it now?

  • nevermind

    O/T Catalan leader to pass over his leadership to Jordi Sanchez, currently imprisoned by the Madrid Government. As yet Catalans have not reacted to this missive.

    Leave to see whether Pep Guardiola will carry on wearing his yellow ribbon, he faces a fine from FIFA and the FA for daring to wear a political message on his second layer, underneath his jacket, just showing. Go Pep.

  • reel guid

    Presiding Officer Ken McIntosh gives a telling off to Patrick Harvie for calling Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson “idiots”.

    I suppose the PO was only sticking up for his own kind.

    • Ben

      You really show your ignorance with your musing s on American politics…Bernie Sanders is what’s wrong with the Left…namely snowflake progressivism and the velvet glove of liberalism.

      • Paul Barbara

        @ Ben March 1, 2018 at 20:59
        What ‘Left’? Who gives a damn what ‘Tweedle Dum / Tweedle Dumber’ party, Demoprats or Repugnants, are involved in supporting an end to American support for the genocidal ‘war’ against Yemen? Important thing is, Sanders and Lee are bringing the issue up for a vote.
        Come to that, wouldn’t you rather see Sanders in the White House, rather than Trump or Clinton?
        As for my knowledge of the States politics, most of my family live there and I have spent extensive time there; have you?

        • Ben

          Bernie/Hillary are central to the Trump influenza…have y’all seen Trump is a dumpster? I hadn’t noticed your evolving on this…

          • Paul Barbara

            @ Ben March 1, 2018 at 21:50
            You are missing my central point: ‘…Important thing is, Sanders and Lee are bringing the issue [US supporting the genocidal war against Yemen] up for a vote….’

          • Paul Barbara

            @ Ben March 2, 2018 at 00:22
            Do you remember the little incident of the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea?
            To remind you, a Russian plane overflew it for about 90 minutes, and completely blacked out their computer screens (it was shadowed by another Russian plane).
            The Donald Cook took off like a bat out of hell, with it’s tail between it’s legs,
            Reportedly two sailors resigned from the Navy as soon as it docked.

            It is better if the US and NATO countries public are forewarned about Russia’s new weaponry, so they can at least try to put the breaks on NATO warmongering. Russia lost more people than any other WW II protagonist, and they are not looking for a war, but if it comes to it, they will fight like tigers, and like Putin says, will use nukes if necessary.

            I don’t think a WW III would suit a certain Middle East country too well, so they may well use their influence to stop it.

            Sweet dreams!

          • Paul Barbara

            @ Ben March 2, 2018 at 00:22
            How do you expect to be taken seriously if as soon as you are found to be wrong, you don’t reply?
            The USS Donald Cook affair disproves your contention of Putin’s (Russian) strength.

          • Ben

            I think you’re in a different time zone, but you would know that being from ‘Merica.

            Now what, exactly, is your point of order?

    • JOML

      RoS, suppose it won’t be long before he’s Lord Fluffy… for services against his country!

  • Republicofscotland

    Meanwhile the British governments English Supreme court, looks set to strike down Holyroods Continuity bill. The Welsh and Scottish governments must hold fast.

    Alternatively lets dump this union asap.

    • JOML

      RoS, Holyrood could relocate to Aberdeen. The Tories would never get there! Joking aside, the stakes are rising and something must give in due course – hopefully the Union.

  • John Goss

    I don’t have tome to write anything up on this at the moment so you can have the press release in full. As you know I have long been a critic of our spooks, who seem to have much support judging by reponses to my comments. Anyway the worthy charity Reprieve and legal agency Privacy International have legally forced Theresa May’s government to admit there is a legal order allowing our security services to indulge in law-breaking activities.

    Reprieve is one of the few charities to which I donate on a regular basis. It needs more funds. But you can actually see results. It is money well spent.

    ” FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, 1 March 2018
    The Prime Minister has, today, been forced to publish a previously secret order governing criminal activity by British security services. This is the first time that the UK Government has acknowledged that guidance exists to regulate such activity within the United Kingdom by MI5 agents.

    The order – referred to as the ‘Third Direction’ in official documents – was only published after a seven-month legal battle by Reprieve and Privacy International. It instructs the Investigatory Powers Commissioner to oversee the participation of MI5 agents in criminal activity.

    The order was first made in 2014, but until now the Government has claimed that its publication would undermine national security. Theresa May continues to refuse to publish the guidance to the security services that governs when and in what circumstances individual officers are permitted to break the law.

    Reprieve is launching a video called Charade in collaboration with the artist David Birkin which features over 50 people – including Benedict Cumberbatch, Rebecca Hall, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Trevor Paglen, Peter Kennard, and Martha Rosler – acting out what activity they think agents could be involved in. It will be screened in public places across the UK this spring as part of a campaign calling on the Government to publish the Guidance.

    Commenting, Maya Foa, Director of Reprieve said: “After a seven-month legal battle the Prime Minister has finally been forced to publish her secret order but we are a long way from having transparency. The public and Parliament are still being denied the guidance that says when British spies can commit criminal offences and how far they can go. Authorised criminality is the most intrusive power a State can wield. Theresa May must publish this guidance without delay.”

    Millie Graham Wood, a solicitor at Privacy International, said: “There is no justification why this secret direction, whose existence was revealed as a result of Privacy International’s litigation, was not published earlier. Had we not sought to challenge the Government over the failure to publish this direction, together with Reprieve, it is questionable whether it would have ever been brought to light. Yet again the Government proves it is incapable of even basic transparency particularly when it concerns controversial functions of the intelligence agencies. It is wrong in principle for there to be entire areas of intelligence oversight and potentially of intelligence activity, about which the public knows nothing at all.”

    Notes to Editors:

    1. Reprieve is an international human rights organization. Reprieve’s London office can be contacted on: [email protected], or +44 (0)7768 558435.

    2. The Prime Minister’s Written Ministerial Statement can be read here.”

    • PSR_J4

      Thank you John. This is an outrage committed on all of our civil rights. The elite in our government and our judiciary, who think they are unaccountable, have had their day. There is a tide turning against them and an awakening of public opinion. Brexit was the tip of the spear. These people need to be named and shamed on an individual level and dragged into the public spotlight. We could do no worse than list the membership of the Soros’ Open society foundation and beneficiaries of their political donations.
      “No army can withstand the strength of an idea whose time has come”

    • nevermind

      John Goss, should this secret guidance not be part and parcel at every interview they conduct with new spookes?
      Have they got their own interview rules and regs? cause if they can’t be open to possible employees as to what they could be asked to do in future, they would be breaching employment law.

      You can’t employ someone without telling them what you want them to do, can you? Unless you re interview should such a possible assignment occur.

      please let us know when this film comes out and where it is screened.

      • John Goss

        It’s a good point Nevermind but most people entering that kind of secretive organisation must have some inkling as to what nefarious businesses the spooks are involved in – national security probably the last on the list. Their main purpose is to spy on the rest of us. Anybody employed by government used to have to sign the official secrets act and I presume they are still signatories, meaning although they might not know what their role is they have got to keep mum about it, regardless of the activity being criminal (for the rest of us).

        Although we all suspected what went on with the spooks this legal challenge by Reprieve and Privacy International has made the suspicion fact. Somebody should answer for the death of Hilda Murrell, but they never will this side of the beyond.

        • Paul Barbara

          @ John Goss March 2, 2018 at 12:16
          ‘..Somebody should answer for the death of Hilda Murrell, but they never will this side of the beyond….’
          And for Princess Di, David Kelly and the rest.

  • Ishmael

    Dear Craig,

    Not much luck on that thing. It couldn’t go in due to the sensitive nature of the document and more importantly the message that was relayed to representatives of the United States (U.S.) government, late 2017.

    The Americans have, as expected, done what we expected in Syria. This strategic blunder will prove very costly to the U.S. and allies.
    It does not know what it is doing with Russia and has no clue what the Chinese are doing.

    You can all point out what is going on but you can do nothing about it. I told the Americans I beat them in Syria, they tried to show me differently recently but simply fell into the trap I set.

  • fred

    When the going gets tough the tough get going and that has certainly been the case here in Scotland where so many have gone way beyond the call of duty to keep Scotland moving and keep people alive.

    If only our leaders were made out of the same sort of stuff but of course Elsie Sturgeon’s first instinct in times of adversity is to look for someone else to blame. Working on the principle the Nationalist Master Race are nothing short of perfect she decided it was the fault of lorry drivers that Scotland doesn’t have the men and equipment to keep our roads open when it snows.

    She didn’t actually say that the lorries had probably come from England but we know what she was thinking.

    • Stu

      The only major road blockage was caused by HGVs failing to get up a steep section of motorway.

      The Scottish Government rightly followed a strategy to keep all non essential traffic off the roads and it has largely worked. I don’t think it’s wrong to consider whether in the future some HGV journeys can be restricted during red alerts.

      • JOML

        Yes, Stu, I suspect the FM was referring to the HGV from TK Maxx and the like, delivering non-essentials. However, the Express and Fred have form for getting into a deliberate fake frenzy to attack their political opponents. Shallow and predictable!

          • JOML

            Sharp Ears, Google tells me it’s something the Unionist “grievance monkeys” call Nicola Sturgeon.

        • fred

          And of course it’s not as if everyday the Nationalist grievance monkeys don’t scour the press to find any and every criticism of their political opponents to flood this blog with.

      • fred

        Yeh, only the non-essential lorries were sliding, the essential ones sailed up the hills no problem.

        The right strategy is to have men and resources available to keep roads moving and to use all weather surfaces in the black spots. It isn’t possible to just stop the bits of the transport system you don’t like, the lorries have to keep moving, they don’t have anywhere else to go. Many of those lorries have driven hundreds of miles to get stuck on a Scottish motorway.

        • JOML

          Nobody said”only the non-essential lorries were sliding”, bar yourself, but it would have helped greatly if the non-essential vehicles were not travelling during this period when clear warnings were given. This includes the cars driving up the hard shoulder and getting stuck.
          Then again Fred, we all know what you’re thinking. ?

    • Node

      She didn’t actually say that the lorries had probably come from England but we know what she was thinking.

      Do you know what I’m thinking, Fred?

      • fred

        Yes I know exactly what you are thinking, you are thinking “I can’t argue with the facts so I’ll make the discussion personal”.

        • Node

          Ha ha. “Facts”! The “fact” that you have convicted Sturgeon of a thought crime?

          Let’s see if I can read your mind …. hmmmm …. got it! “Sturgeon did something, I must criticise it.”

          You claim the Scottish government is derelict in its duty by not spending billions to prepare its roads for a once-in-a-decade weather event. Can you demonstrate that Westminster government has a different policy?

          • Node

            I’ll take that as a “No, I have to admit that SNP government has no bearing on this case whatsoever but that’s not going to stop me taking a cheap shot.”

          • fred

            I think the SNP tendency to always look for someone else to blame instead of facing up to their own responsibilities does have a bearing.

            Lorry drivers are important, they work hard to keep the wheels turning, without them we starve. Humza Yousaf having his photograph taken in a high viz jacket in front of a pile of salt doesn’t put food on supermarket shelves.

          • Republicofscotland

            Jeez oh Node, oor Fred, is clutching at straws today.

            The comunity spirit of helping each other, in this weather has been
            fantastic, we are used to this weather north of the border.

  • MJake

    Hi, is anybody here interested in online job? It is simple survey filling.
    Even 10 bucks per survey (ten minutes of work). If you are interested, send me e-mail to hansorloski[at]

  • reel guid

    The SNP candidate Helen Lewis is elected in the North Clackmannanshire by-election. A 24.7% turnout which is high considering the weather conditions. Well done to all those who voted, ran polling stations, collected ballot boxes and did the count.

    By-election wins in Scotland for 2018.

    SNP – 2
    Tories – 0
    Labour – 0
    Lib Dems – 0

      • Republicofscotland


        Simon and Garfunkel, in a new light, the seeds of freedom, verses Theresa May’s seeds of Chucky. ?

    • Republicofscotland

      reel guid.

      On Murdo (Queen’s Eleven) Fraser’s Twitter feed yesterday the never directly elected lickspittle Fraser, was urging people to get out and vote for the Tory candidate.

      Apparently no one was listening. ?

      • reel guid


        The turnout yesterday was almost exactly half of what it was in the North Clacks ward last year. Yet the Tories with their big postal votes advantage, in play from the bad weather, still couldn’t get near the SNP.

        The only folk who listen to Murdo are indy folk wanting a laugh!

        • Republicofscotland

          Maybe because Murdo Fraser describes himself on his Twitter feed as the poor man’s Michael Portillo, that doesn’t exactly inspire one to vote for the nasty party.

  • reel guid

    It’s been a rotten week for Ruth Davidson. First the embarrassment of the Tories losing the ultra safe council seat in Selkirkshire. Next Ruthie’s legal eagle Tomkins gets decidedly put in his place by the Lord Advocate.

    Then all the other parties combined at Holyrood to vote through the start of the legislative process for the Continuity Bill. After that the Colonel’s party jamboree at Aberdeen gets cancelled due to the weather.

    Next it was the news that the ultra-establishment Bow Group of Tories are hunting her ally Fluffy Mundell. Followed by Ladbrokes lengthening The Mooth’s odds to be next Tory leader from 20/1 to 25/1.

    Then, as if that all wasn’t enough, the almighty Tory effort in North Clacks came to naught and the SNP won again.

    • Republicofscotland

      Meanwhile Moggasaurus was on LBC, praising up Theresa May’s speech.

  • nevermind

    Just in case you did’t hear Trezza’s Mansion house speech, here is the full text.

    One sentence, in brackets, had me in stitches, nobody seems to have checked her speech beforehand. What a clanger.

    “We will do everything we can to give you more control over your lives.

    When we take the big calls, we’ll think not of the powerful, but you.

    When we pass new laws, we’ll listen not to the mighty but to you.

    {When it comes to taxes, we’ll prioritise not the wealthy, but you.}

    When it comes to opportunity, we won’t entrench the advantages of the fortunate few.”

    Off course you get your taxes from us, from the vast majority of us, not the wealthy, they pay taxes abroad by some sly of hand. We know this you don’t have to mention it.

    • Republicofscotland


      Re that sentence, in truth as you know the Tories don’t give a monkey’s for anyone who doesn’t fit their criteria, the poor, sick, disabled and low paid are among those they couldn’t give a toss about.

        • Republicofscotland

          I’d imagine the Moggasaurus, would possess Scrooge like qualities, when it came to his under the stair servants.

          • reel guid

            He probably imposes his ideology on them too. Any Remainers among the old family retainers will be out the door. Can’t have them spreading ideas.

    • joel

      In other words: don’t pay any attention to what we actually do, just listen to what I tell you every few months.

  • Trowbridge H. Ford

    Since Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating that autistic Trump received the Hillary emails, before Wikileaks posted them, apparently from Putin, little wonder that CM has gone missing again.

      • Trowbridge H. Ford

        Didn’t Trump urge Putin to hack Hillary’s 30,000 emails on national tv, so he could lock her up upon becoming POTUS?

          • Trowbridge H. Ford

            If you consult google, say, it is the first item mentioned. No reason to en=gage in unturths.

        • giyane


          Hi. They’re talking today on what counts as the BBC News, one dog died etc, about why the BBC gives snow depth in inches. Indeed why does the US still give weights in pounds and ounces – what they? Google told me that the servers Clinton used were themselves hacked. Is this a case of a compeletely out of touch old lady being unable to grasp the implications of national security? This is the stuff comedy is made out of.

          I know I am borderline internet idiot myself but is there anything so shameful or so unlawful I browse on the internet out of curiosity that would lose me my job? I don’t want to work for criminal corporations that pay me and pension me to lie on an hourly basis. Probably Hilary didn’t want to either. What can you do to get out of the spotlight when you’re the spearhead of a criminal organisation with one arm twisted by zionists behind your back. Cameron got out before they pinned Syria on him – a deliberate desire to get out quick.IMHO

  • Paul Barbara

    Specially for those sickies that talk about Assad/Putin ‘atrocities’, or even ‘equivalence’:
    ‘Civilians in Eastern Ghouta manage to flee through humanitarian corridor for first time’:

    This is, of course, why the Western MSM lost all interest in Aleppo after it was liberated – they didn’t want to go and interview the rescuued population to get their stories, because they knew they were spouting BS propaganda lies all along.

  • reel guid

    “Serious. Pragmatic. Detailed. Strong speech by the Prime Minister….” tweets the East Renfrewshire MP Paul ‘ Over here Theresa, I want a job in the government’ Masterton.

    • JOML

      Reel guid, here’s the tweet from Ruth ‘next PM’ Davidson…
      “Commentators from different parts of the political spectrum recognising this is a substantive, pragmatic speech which will create space for both sides in the negotiation.”

      I wonder if she said after tweeting, “Damn predictive text, I meant ‘rectum’!”

      • reel guid


        And when she says different parts of the political spectrum, that means ultra hard right and hard right.

        • giyane

          reel guid

          your word ” spectrum ” implies light whereas whatever type of nasty Tories, it should surely be measured in shades of night.

      • Sharp Ears

        Masterton said:

        ‘Paul Masterton MP
        Serious. Pragmatic. Detailed. Strong speech by the Prime Minister, optimism more grounded in reality, honest about the challenges, compromising on the potential solutions.

        A clear vision which I hope the EU will engage with constructively. ‘

        Look down the list. They are all saying the same.
        Strong. Pragmatic. Substantive.
        Like a load of clones following instructions from Tory partei central office.

  • Tony_0pmoc

    I have followed Thierry Meyssan, for several years. It seems that his website is banned, even in places that I would have thought it would be welcome.

    Whilst everyone make mistakes, in my view this Frenchman living in Damascus, is not only spot on most of the time, but he actually writes about what is going to happen – several weeks before it does.

    Thierry Meyssan appears to me to have the most amazing contacts in the depths of “The Beast” . How else could he know what is going on, before it has happenned “The Beast” not only includes the Psycho’s in Washington, but also The Deep State in Moscow.

    As he is French, he probably thinks people like Boris Johnson and Theresa May, and even The City of London are a complete Irrelevance. I find it hard not to agree with him, though on the basis of Nationalities, I prefer The Dutch, or even The Germans before The French. I find The French so incredibly rude, as if they have rightly got a serious inferiority complex to us British. I have always tried to be nice to them, but they do the social equivalent of spttin’ in my face – with admittedly some very rare exceptions – my real French friends, most of who’m I met in England.

    So you can take this with a pinch of salt or not, but I think it is probably true..

    “Russian Army in Damascus” by Thierry Meyssan


    “The gesticulations of the British and French Ministers for Foreign Affairs, Boris Johnson and Jean-Yves Le Drian, cannot disguise the new agreement between the White House and the Kremlin, nor the international legality of the Russian military presence and its military action in favour of the civilians who are prisoners of the jihadists.”

    “If necessary, we will pretend not to know that the two armed factions present in East Ghouta (pro-Saudi and pro-Qatari) are run by Al-Qaïda. They will be discreetly exfiltrated. The officers of the British MI6 and the French DGSE (who are operating under cover of the NGO Médecins sans Frontières) will be repatriated.

    The war has not yet ended for the whole of the territory, but it is already over for Damascus.”

    I personally think, that is very good news.


    • giyane

      Exfiltrated. Like war-time using the coffee grounds twice, once for Yugoslavia, once for Afghanistan, once for Libya, now for Syria and next year Bangladesh , Brunei or BongoBongoland. It is not the mercenaries who should worry us – it’s the western politicians who are bonkers enough to even think of using Islamist terrorists against Muslims.
      “O oysters,” said the carpenter, “You’ve had a pleasant run! Shall we be trotting home again?” But answer came there none And this was scarcely odd, because they’d eaten every one.” How did he get away with writing that in Victorian England? It would be completely unacceptable hate-crime today to suggest that UK Zionist politicians had spent thirty continuous years of war ravaging Muslims. But they have…

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