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Why I know weapons expert Dr David Kelly was murdered

Why I know weapons expert Dr David Kelly was murdered

By the Member of Parliament who spent a year investigating his death

Voice of the White House October 18, 2007

There have been many deliberately leaked stories about an attack on Iran but this time, it looks like it will go ahead, writes a Beltway insider

Clinton bucks the trend and rakes in cash from the US weapons industry

Ignore the liberal posturing; Ms Clinton is as much a candidate for the military-industrial complex as George Bush ever was

Who Killed Dr. David Graham? Complaint filed with DOJ

Up until his death a year ago, the 9/11 researcher insisted that someone had tried to poison him. A year on and police still haven’t investigated his claims or his death

Death toll in Kurdish rebel ambush in Turkey rises to 15

Adding to pressure in Turkey for military intervention in northern Iraq

SAS raiders enter Iran to kill gunrunners

London’s Sunday Times reports that the Special Air Service has been involved in fighting with arms smugglers straddling the Iran/Iraq border

Blair emerges as candidate for ‘President of Europe’

Just the man for the job: a consummate liar ready to do the bidding of his backers – no matter what that may involve

No evidence Iran arming Taliban: Afghan foreign minister

Despite claims by the US commander in Afghanistan that an arms shipment from Iran had been intercepted

Priests Protesting Torture Jailed

Two priests, arrested while kneeling in prayer, were sentenced to five months in prison yesterday after they attempted to deliver a letter to the headquarters of military intelligence in the US

Bush: Iran nukes could spell war

Upping the ante again, now Bush is talking about “World War III”

Iraq whistleblower Dr Kelly WAS murdered to silence him, says MP

It is becoming increasingly clear that the Hutton inquiry was intended as a cover-up. And forget talk about the involvement of “anti-Saddam Iraqis”, Kelly was murdered at the instigation of the Anglo-American establishment

‘Many in the US Military Think Bush and Cheney Are Out of Control’

A prominent military historian, Gabriel Kolko talks about the prospect of war with Iran and how many in the US military now view the White House as being ‘out of control’

Depleted Uranium – Far Worse Than 9/11

In deposing the Taliban and removing Saddam Hussein the Anglo-American alliance replaced them with something infinitely worse. Depleted Uranium: a crime against humanity, which will be paid for by innocents for generations to come

It’s As Ridiculous As If They’d Given Goebbels One in 1938

When Gore goes to get the prize he shares with the pr hucksters and falsifiers at the UN he should be forced to march through a gauntlet of widows and orphans, Serbs, Iraqis, Palestinians, Colombians, and other victims of the Clinton era

Military Resistance Forced Shift on Iran Strike

The idea of a massive strategic attack on Iran doesn’t appear to have won much support from America’s senior military command

Secret armies pose sinister new threat to Lebanon

The American plan to chop up Iraq, it seems, is another ghost that has crept silently into Lebanon

How Clinton Set the Stage for Bush

Just over a decade ago the American star reached its zenith. Destiny it seemed had selected the US for a special role. Now however that promise has soured but the seeds of this decline were planted during Clinton’s term, Bush has just overseen the results

The Rise of Jews and Social Gap

Some items should be read in conjunction, writes Israel Shamir in his introduction. And while we are not sure about his conclusion, the following items amply illustrate the old adage about the rich getting richer while the poor grow poorer

Project Mannequin Interview

A former British Intelligence insider, James Casbolt, talks about the security services involvement in child trafficking and ritual murder. Includes audio

Race row Nobel scientist James Watson scraps tour after being suspended

Being a pioneer of DNA research wasn’t enough to prevent scrutiny from the politically correct