15th May 2018
The Baroness Chakrabarti CBE
Dear Lady Chakrabarti,
I heard via the BBC that you wished the Labour Party to expel Ken Livingstone for speaking of a connection between the Zionist Project and the Third Reich. This man has spoken up for the Palestinian people in their place on the cross, but I know of no instance where he has expressed anti-Jewish urges. In speaking of the de facto Israeli state, he might have said that state, and the prior Zionist Project, is the fount of that terrible and habitual cruelty starting well before the nakba - a euphemism. * He will know what is happening at the borders of the Gaza concentration camp, complete with watchtowers, and in the other two remnants of Palestine. He will feel even greater concern with the daily holocausts ** ***, culminating in the murder of 58 Palestinians yesterday, including 4 children, and the many hundreds of wounded, some of which will come to amputation. There is ample evidence that 'expanding bullets' are being used by the Israeli Occupation Force snipers, thus causing devastating wounds.
Mr Mel Stride MP for Devon Central
Dear Mr Stride,
I ask, as a taxpayer and citizen, the following questions which require answers. There should be no difficulty.
Those murdered on the beach in Tunisia have been brought back 8 at a time.
Yet the capacity of these Leviathans is :-
The litter and ambulatory capacity would suggest that the 28 coffins could have been accommodated easily for one re-patriation flight.
One baby out of eight is being born in a war zone this Christmas. Almost all of these wars were spawned by the 'west', lead by the Land of the Free. Many mites come in mothers' arms by inflatable boat to Greece. Pity dear babies, specks in the 'migrant crisis' unless Angela is your guardian angel.
As the war for the residues of glorious empire was drawing to a close amid the mud, blood, brains and limbs, the scheming slid nicely along. Cordite Weizmann and fractional-reserve banker Rothschild were invited to produce some words. These totalled 126 on a half A4 piece, the Balfour declaration of the 2nd of November 1917. The only Jew in the cabinet, Edwin Montague opposed it. His elegant, prescient and humane letter says it all. (1)
The fuse was set and intent recorded. Balfour stated in private and perfidious correspondence that ‘in Palestine we do not propose even to go through the form of consulting the wishes of the present inhabitants of the country …. The Four Great Powers are committed to Zionism. And Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long traditions, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desires and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land’. The 'Middle East' was to be set alight.
FAO Simon Wood Head, Crisis Management Department Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Date 9 November 2015
Dear Mr Wood,
Thank you for your letter of the 5th of October. I have been unwell. You display irritation in my persistence. Any irritation should be felt by me. I asked straight questions and should have received straight answers. They were a. why were only 8 bodies brought back on each of the C17 flights and b. the cost of the 4 flights carrying the 28 coffins.
You answered a. with the fact that 8 chapels had been built at Brize Norton and that respect was to be given. I understand both, but I know that some military families found it incongruous and perhaps upsetting that a military type ceremony was used to take each deceased person to the chapel. As for the cost in a country where 'austerity' is in every broadcast, I have to find that by looking each month at the FCO account spreadsheets via the link you gave me. I have said before that the FCO must have had an estimate of cost from the MOD, and if it did not, maladministration is the charge. I exclude the vulgar possibility that the staged repatriation was not done to further dramatise mass 'jihadi' killing.
I have looked at your 'Support for British nationals abroad: A guide' and note 'Making special arrangements in cases of terrorism, civil unrest or natural disasters.' The FCO response has been appropriate under this heading to the mass homicide in Sousse.
The Western media portrayal of the Ukrainian 'crisis', but silent on the history. The words and actions of the psychopaths - Cameron etc.
25 March 2014
His excellency, Alexander Vladimirovich Yakovenko, the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the 'Court of St James'.
Many Britons are outraged at the manner in which Russia and its people are being 'demonised', especially by the state mouthpiece, the BBC.
Few Britons know that Nuland had visited the Ukraine three times since last November or that she had spoken of 5 billion dollars having been spent in subverting the country in the last few years. Or that she had appointed Yatseniuk as "PM" in an illicit government. We find the word 'hypocrisy' becomes more inadequate the more egregious become the words and actions of western/NATO/EU 'leaders'. We know that the sniper shots came from one source, killing 27 unarmed policemen and over 70 protestors. We know too that the 'government' arising out of this most violent coup d'etat has swept aside any investigation of these killings. As a surgeon I know very well that the investigation would have been straightforward. This is a good example of the depth of illegality of this gang.
Re: Alistair Burt MP/ Dr Bashar Assad/ bayonet up backside
Dear Ms Garnett,
It will not do Ms Garnett. My own 'MP' refused to pass a letter from me to the FCO on a matter of international and national law. I can assume that he will be as inert now as he was 18 months ago.
I have read the sparse minutes (surprising in itself) of the Standards Committee and can assume that this responsibility Mr Cox is not too onerous. He might take the view that the reputation of the House is so low that he might wish to exert himself in this. Someone has to stand up so that our country is not pulled further down. It is interesting that 'rules' are always invoked in the seats of power but so many are broken in the same places. I note, in this respect, the 'deselection' of Mr Yeo. I was, incidentally, responsible for bringing Mr Simmonds MP for Boston and Skegness to book for not declaring a large financial interest in 'health' during the debate on the disastrous Health and Social Care Bill. A good example of the probity of current politicians of all colours was the promise before the election that there would be 'no top down reorganisation' of OUR NHS.