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The Day We See The Truth And Cease To Speak it, Is The Day We Begin To Die. MLK Jr.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Death of David Kelly - Biological and Chemicals Weapons Expert.

Lies being Taught;
David Christopher Kelly – UN-Iraq's Biological and chemicals Weapons Expert committed suicide.
Now the Truth;
Ten years ago, UK, USA and host of nations numbering over 40 attacked Iraq a sovereign nation. George Bush Jr of the United States and Tony Blair of the United Kingdom falsely claimed that Iraq's possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and that they posed a threat to their security and that of their regional allies (Israel). Prior to the attack, the United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) found no evidence of WMD. With the cooperation of the Iraqis, a third weapons inspection team in 2003 led by David Kelly (weapons expert) viewed and photographed two alleged mobile weapons laboratories which were actually facilities for the production of hydrogen gas to fill balloons. After the invasion, the U.S.‑ led Iraq Survey Group admitted that Iraq had ended its nuclear, chemical and biological programs much prior in 1991. However time and again public was told that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction to make out a false case for attack on Iraq. The lies were told to give security to Israel. This article relates to how one man dared to stand up for Truth and was murdered to hide the truth. Best assassination is one which is made to look like a suicide.

23 July 2002; Meeting among British government, Ministry of Defense, and British intelligence figures who discussed the build-up to the Iraq war –with direct references to classified U.S. policy of the time. The memo stated that "Bush wanted to remove Saddam, through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD and the intelligence and facts were to be fixed around that policy".  Rycroft, Matthew (1 May 2005). "The secret Downing Street memo". The Sunday Times (London).

24 September, 2002; Dossier on "Iraq and its Weapons of Mass Destruction" is published. (DOS 1/56) which states;
"Iraq has probably dispersed its special weapons, including its CBW weapons. Intelligence also indicates that chemical and biological munitions could be with military units and ready for firing within 20 - 45 minutes."

31 January 2003;  Meeting between George W. Bush and Tony Blair took place in the White House. A secret memo of this meeting purportedly showed that Bush and Blair made a secret deal to carry out the invasion regardless of whether WMD were discovered by UN weapons inspectors or not. In the memo, Bush is paraphrased as saying, "The start date for the military campaign was now penciled in for 10 March. This was when the bombing would begin." "Bush-Blair Iraq war memo revealed". BBC News Online. 27 March 2006. Retrieved 5 January 2010.

27 February, 2003; Lunchtime: Mr David Broucher - the British permanent representative to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva meets Dr Kelly for an hour to discuss how Mr Broucher can sell the dossier at the UN. Dr Kelly tells him that if Iraq had any WMD there would not be very much left and says he fears the invasion will go ahead anyway and that puts him in a morally ambiguous position. Mr Boucher stated: "As Dr Kelly was leaving I said to him: what will happen if Iraq is invaded? And his reply was, which I took at the time to be a throw away remark, he said: "I will probably be found dead in the woods." According to Broucher, Kelly implied, in the statement, that his death would be by someone else’s hands, not his own.

UN does not pass any resolution for declaring war on Iraq.

20 March, 2003; George Bush Junior and Tony Blair trick another forty nations to declare war on Iraq leading to millions in causalities and senseless destruction all around.

29 May, 2003; 0607: Andrew Gilligan reports on BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "What we've been told by one of the senior officials in charge of drawing up that dossier was that actually the government probably knew that that 45 minute figure was wrong even before it decided to put it in ... Downing Street, our source says, ordered a week before publication ordered it to be sexed up to be made more exciting". (BBC 1/004) meaning thereby that as per UN weapons inspectors, the claim was deliberately sexed by 10 Downing street up to make a false case for attack on a sovereign nation.

10 July, 2003; Dr David Kelly UN Weapons Inspector in Iraq is identified as the source for BBC news.

16 July, 2003; David Kelly gives evidence to the Intelligence and Security Committee admits having talked to BBC reporter.

17 July, 2003; 1117: Dr Kelly responds to an e-mail from Alastair Hay. "Many thanks for your support. Hopefully it will soon pass and I can get to Baghdad and get on with the real job."

18 July, 2003; Dr Kelly’s dead body is found in a park near to his home.

19 July, 2003; Tony Blair gives a press conference in Japan. A Daily Mail reporter asks "Have you got blood on your hands, Prime Minister?" Tony Blair froze as if he was unexpectedly faced with truth and could not answer.

20 July, 2003; BBC releases a statement saying that Dr Kelly was a source for Andrew Gilligan and Susan Watts. (BBC 17/087)

The Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes Norman Baker reveals that the Oxford shire coroner held an 'unusual' meeting with Home Office officials before he determined the cause of Dr Kelly's death. And he claims that a 'cosy cabal' of Mr Blair's friends, including Peter Mandelson and Lord Falconer, the Lord Chancellor, hand-picked Lord Hutton, a retired Law Lord from Northern Ireland, to lead the official investigation in 2003.

1 August 2003; Lord Hutton is appointed to enquire into the death of David Kelly and proceeds to publish his report in record time on 28th January 2004.

In Part II, we shall examine Hutton commission Many inconsistencies and other reports suggest agents had a hand in it - even governments can shoot themselves in the foot. A former MI6 spook, was speaking about the circumstances of Kelly's death. He said he's been taught how to "make anything look like anything" and said that there must have been some kind of struggle at the scene of Kelly's death. He said it was sloppy work that Kelly's body was found with enough pills for an overdose but hadn't ingested them, he said that should have been removed from the scene under normal procedure. He added "You can slit someone's wrists and make it look like suicide easily but it's a lot harder to make someone swallow tablets." He also said the heart monitor pads found on Kelly's chest were "simply there to make sure he was dead." He also said those should have been removed and suspects the agents involved were disturbed by someone in the process of the killing. The knife with which he was supposed to have killed himself surprisingly had no fingerprints on it. Which person would kill himself and then wipe off his fingerprints? The vein shown to have been cut is under the bone which is difficult even to detect and cut when the main artery is on top and is easily cut and that was not found to have been cut.

Kelly would no doubt be alive now, had he not dared to speak the truth. Kelly's 'crime' was to break ranks and talk off the record to a reporter. Several men have died as a result of the government's contempt for freedom – your freedom, my freedom to know the truth. "In my opinion, David Kelly and his team should have won the Nobel (peace) prize for disarmament", Rolf Ekeus, chief UN weapons inspector, 1990s. (BBC News link)

Bush and Blair led the world to war. We had Bush and Blair's word that Iraq was crawling with WMD. World joined in genocide and mass killings - and Bush and Blair thinks it's their finest hour. The Truth is: there weren't any WMD! Hussein was disarmed, this was known. He was never a danger to USA or UK. The Truth is – Bush and Blair joined an illegal, immoral, aggressive war - by deceiving us all!

Bush and Blair pretend that such wars can be fought under International Law. Bush and Blair's war of aggression remains a most serious crime under Nuremberg Laws. International Law has been seriously undermined by their chosen action. Many of us now are surprised that George W Bush Jr. and Tony Blair remain and have not been hanged. It is an insult to Justice and Freedom if criminals walk around free.

George W Bush Jr and Tony Blair should be held accountable for millions of causalities that an illegal and immoral war saw in Iraq. They are international war criminals. People know; it was Bush's war for Israel or same say for oil. People know Blair helped him. They used WMD as a ruse. The people do not like being lied to, or ordered to pay a blood price; its intelligence services made a mockery of; its army having to follow immoral orders. It is the death knell for a society when we allow ourselves to walk into genocide.

Children born with birth defects on account of use of chemical weapons by US army in Fallujah to win war

Source of Picture ; Truth-Reason-Liberty


Sunday, March 10, 2013

Rewarded For Murder of David Kelly

Lies being Taught;

Governments are not involved in murders or their Cover-up.

Now the truth;

The politicians and officials at the heart of the David Kelly scandal have been showered with honors, promotions or lucrative retirement jobs in the three years since the scientist's death. While the Kelly family continue to mourn quietly in private, the men and women who share the blame for his demise have prospered.

In 2006, an investigation charts the upward career paths of figures central to the inquiry who were called to give evidence or played a major part from behind the scenes.The senior officials accused of covering up No10's manipulation of the intelligence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction have gone on to be rewarded with some of the most glamorous jobs in the public sector.Meanwhile, the Labour chairmen of the Commons committees that failed to probe the bogus Government dossiers on Saddam Hussein have been placed in the House of Lords.

And Alastair Campbell, the spin doctor whom critics accuse of tampering with intelligence and whipping up the hysteria that led to the scientist's alleged suicide, now stands to make an estimated £1 million from his memoirs.

Even junior and middle-ranking officials who were caught up in the political tornado have been recognised by the honours system and given significant promotions.

The research was carried out by Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker, who probed the circumstances surrounding the death of Dr Kelly in July 2003.
Mr Baker said: "Nobody in Government came out of this episode with any credit or integrity. Yet, three years after the Hutton Inquiry, the principal players in the drama of the death of David Kelly - those who backed the Government or cravenly caved in to No10's demands - have prospered handsomely."

Meanwhile, the men who stood up to the Establishment have not fared so well.

In 2003, Kevin Marsh was the editor of Radio 4's Today Programme and defended his reporter Andrew Gilligan's right to report that Campbell had "sexed up" the WMD dossier. Now he is stuck in a relative backwater as head of the BBC's journalist training school.

Greg Dyke, then BBC director general, was forced to quit following the Hutton Report and has struggled to find a new role.

And what of Lord Hutton? The ex-Law Lord, accused of colluding in an Establishment whitewash, has slipped back into obscure retirement in his native Northern Ireland and has started living in a secluded life.

The Air Marshal

Sir Joe French, 57, was Chief of Defence Intelligence.
Salary: up to £95,000.
Role: Testified before Hutton, defending the notorious - now disproved - claim that Saddam's weapons could be launched within 45 minutes.
Now: Promoted this year to Commander-in-Chief of RAF Strike Command on £154,000 a year.

The MP

Ann Taylor, 59, Labour MP, was chairwoman of Parliament's Intelligence Committee.
Salary: £56,000.
Role: She headed the committee that published a report which exonerated Downing Street over allegations of manipulating the Iraq intelligence.
Now: Ennobled as Baroness Taylor of Bolton. In her first year in the Lords she claimed more than £30,000 in tax-free "subsistence allowances".

The Select Committee Chairman

Donald Anderson, 67, was Labour chairman of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee.
Salary: £56,000.
Role: Caved in to Government request not to ask David Kelly awkward questions about Iraq's WMD. Kelly was found dead two days after he appeared before Anderson's committee.
Now: Elevated to Lords as Baron Anderson of Swansea. Claimed £25,000 last year in tax-free attendance allowances in return for attending Lords on a total of 94 days.

The Defence Secretary

Geoff Hoon, 53, was Defence Secretary.
Salary: £129,000.
Role: Accused of neglecting his duty of care towards MoD employee David Kelly by sanctioning the release of his name to the media. Hoon admitted he could have done more to help the scientist.
Now: Demoted to Europe Minister on £99,000 but considered lucky to keep his Government job. Insiders claim Blair decided against sacking him because of the Iraq secrets he could spill.

The PM's mouthpiece

Godric Smith, 41, was one of the Prime Minister's two Official Spokesmen.
Salary: £80,000.
Role: Announced Kelly's death to reporters on the PM's plane as it arrived in Tokyo - responsible for many subsequent briefings.
Now: Honoured with CBE. Sports-mad Smith landed dream job as chief spin doctor for the 2012 London Olympics. Paid £120,000 a year.

The spin doctor

Alastair Campbell, 49, was Blair's Director of Communications and Strategy.
Salary: £130,000.
Role: Allegedly masterminded the "sexing up" of the official report on Iraq's WMD, author of the second so-called "dodgy dossier", and was the man behind the strategy that led to the public naming of David Kelly.
Now: Quit No10 but new work more lucrative. Charged Labour £40,000 plus VAT for a few weeks as a consultant during 2005 Election. Sports writer for Rupert Murdoch's Times newspaper. Stands to make £1 million for his memoirs.

The PM's other spokesman

Tom Kelly, 51, was the Prime Minister's Official Spokesman (joint post).
Salary: £80,000.
Role: Briefed reporters that David Kelly was "Walter Mitty" character.
Now: Promoted to chief spokesman on £100,000.

The Whitehall intelligence chief

Sir John Scarlett, 58, was chairman of Whitehall's Joint Intelligence Committee.
Salary: £130,000.
Role: Accused of acting as "human shield" for Alastair Campbell. Scarlett insisted he had "overall charge and responsibility" of the Iraq intelligence report - No 10 had not meddled.
Now: Promoted in 2005 to the most glamorous job in British intelligence: Chief of MI6. Known as "C". Salary up to £200,000.

The deputy intelligence chief

Martin Howard, 52, was Deputy Chief of Defence Intelligence.
Salary: £90,000.
Role: Insisted Downing Street had no knowledge that 45-minute claim was wrong.
Now: Still at MoD as Director General of Operational Policy on a salary of £100,000.

The Chief of Staff

Julian Miller, 51, was Chief of the Intelligence Assessment Staff, Cabinet Office.
Salary: £80,000.
Role: Defended Alastair Campbell, suggested David Kelly was too junior to have had access to crucial intelligence.
Now: Made Companion of the Order of the Bath. Director-General of Resources and Plans in the MoD on £100,000.

The Inquiry Secretary

Lee Hughes, late 40s, was Secretary to the Hutton Inquiry.
Salary: £50,000.
Role: Managed day-to-day logistics of the hearing.
Now: Made CBE. Promoted to senior role in Department of Constitutional Affairs, on £60,000.

The MoD Press Officer

Kate Wilson, late 30s, was chief Press officer at MoD.
Salary: £50,000.
Role: Responsible for strategy that led to Kelly's "outing". Journalists were told in advance that if they gave the correct name, the MoD would confirm it.
Now: Honoured with an OBE "in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in connection with operations in Iraq". Still chief Press officer at MoD. Salary around £60,000.

The PM's top foreign adviser

Sir David Manning, 57, was Tony Blair's chief foreign policy adviser.
Salary: £120,000.
Role: Present at all Downing Street sofa summits leading up to the war.
Now: Promoted to Washington Ambassador, the most sought-after job in the diplomatic service. The post comes with armoured Rolls-Royce and sprawling residence. Basic salary £130,000 plus tax-free allowances of £90,000.

The top civil servant

Sir Kevin Tebbit, 60, was Permanent Under Secretary of State at MoD.
Salary: up to £264,250.
Role: Sir Kevin admitted "responsibility" but not "culpability" for Kelly's death.
Now: Enjoying comfortable semi-retirement as non-executive director of the Smiths Aerospace group on £60,000 a year and is also a visiting professor at Queen Mary College, London.

The MI6 supremo

Sir Richard Dearlove, 61, was Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service - MI6.
Salary: up to £200,000.
Role: Insisted to Hutton he was not aware of any unhappiness within the intelligence community over the 45-minute claim.
Now: Living in genteel retirement as Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge, on Civil Service pension of up to £100,000.