Sunday, October 21, 2007

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

"Weapons expert Dr David Kelly was assassinated, an MP claims today.

Campaigning politician Norman Baker believes Dr Kelly, who exposed the Government's "sexed-up" Iraq dossier, was killed to stop him making further revelations about the lies that took Britain to war.

He says the murderers may have been anti-Saddam Iraqis, and suggests the crime was covered up by elements within the British establishment to prevent a diplomatic crisis."

Unusual this, coming from the newspaper that supported Hitler and the fascists in the 1930's.

Ah, but hold on. This article stinks of disinformation.

Why should anti-Saddam Iraqis want to murder a whistle-blower?

Pro bono? Oh no-no.

Cui Bono!

Editors of the fascist Mail, it was that well-known war criminal, Tony Blair, who had the strongest motivation to do Dr Kelly in.

If "anti-Saddam Iraqis" did the dirty work that's one thing. But why not go to the heart of the conspiracy?

If you dare?


  1. The fascist Mail? Excuse me, but it is the National Socialist Nu Labour War Party that has killed over a million Iraqis in the past three years.

    When are Nu Labour voters going to start taking responsibility for what they did, by voting for a known LIAR, three times in a row?

    You keep putting labels on others, and calling them "scum who have no right to exist" when it is this FASCIST LABOUR Government who has committed the crime. According to your rules, it is FASCIST NU LABOUR VOTERS who are the scum who have no right to exist, but you continue playing your little mind game of putting labels on others.

  2. Can't see for the red haze again?

    If you READ my blog you'll find that I'm forever denouncing Nu Labour and the quisling, MI6 agent, Tony Blair.

    So stop talking nonsense.

    Though I agree with you totally: Nu Labour are collectively a bunch of war criminals and should be reminded of it.

  3. Historical reminder: Yes, the Daily Mail were enthisiastic supporters of Hitler and Mussolini in the 1930s.

    It's something the Mail would rather we all forget.