Friday, July 27, 2007


Photo of Dundee by Maciej Lewandowski.

"The initial result showed no votes for the SNP. An SNP candidate stopped the returning officer on the way to announce the result and managed to argue him into re-examining the data. He did, and the mistake was uncovered. But if this had gone unnoticed, or unchallenged, it would have resulted in two less SNP MSPs, and a different balance of power in the Scottish Executive." - E-voting trial fails to answer technology questions

The BBC has suffered another credibility blow after admitting that it made up a Newsnight survey suggesting that most of Britain and Scotland's leading businesses were not in favour of independence. - BBC apologises in row over 'mistake' in SNP survey

Do you trust the BBC? (
Yes - 32.4%
No - 67.6%

"Saving the Accident and Emergency Units of the Ayr and Monklands Hospitals is but one example where the SNP remained determined to deliver on its promises in spite of the apparent obstacles. To mention only a few successes, the SNP has lowered class sizes, abolished bridge tolls on the Forth and Tay road bridges, and indeed the structures are now in place to replace the current unfair Council Tax with a more just local income tax...

"With 68% of the UK catch, one sixth of the EU’s 65,000 kilometres of coastline, and the largest fishing zone of any single EU country, it is ludicrous that Scotland takes a back seat role when decisions which directly affect its fishing communities are being made. The SNP will heighten Scotland’s profile on the international arena and ensure that it plays a significant role in EU negotiations, particularly those on fisheries." - Acting as a good government should do

"Almondbank is a state-of-the-art, world-class centre of excellence in helicopter repair and it seems insane to be looking to hive off such an amazing resource. By selling to a Canadian company, the MoD will be taking the bizarre step of exporting control of these important jobs and crucial technologies to a Canadian company." - Defence repair site sale 'insane'


"Kafeel Ahmed, who suffered 90 per cent burns after driving a blazing Jeep Cherokee into Glasgow airport on 30 June, also linked to the two unexploded car bombs in central London the previous day, was in frequent contact with Malta in the months leading up to the series of foiled terrorist attacks according to Indian police." - Illegal immigrants from Malta checked for terrorism links


"A documentary broadcast August 25 (1998) by German public television presents compelling evidence that some of the main suspects in the 1986 Berlin disco bombing, the event that provided the pretext for a US air assault on Libya, worked for American and Israeli intelligence. Musbah Eter was running an international business in Malta, which, according to Frontal, served as a cover for extensive intelligence operations on behalf of the CIA." - German TV exposes CIA, Mossad links to 1986 Berlin disco bombing


"At Mr Megrahi's 2001 trial at Camp Zeist in Holland, three Scottish judges accepted evidence that the bomb was originally placed aboard a plane in Malta and transferred to a Pan Am 'feeder' flight at Frankfurt." - Libyan granted new appeal over Lockerbie conviction Special ...


Reportedly, Knights of Malta include: William Casey - CIA Director, John McCone - CIA Director, William Colby - CIA Director, William Donovan - OSS Director. - Political Friendster Connection - CIA connected to Knights of Malta


"It is submitted that the Lockerbie case demonstrates just how necessary it is, if public confidence is to be maintained, for the Scottish Executive to institute a high-powered independent investigation into all three aspects - investigation, prosecution and adjudication - of the Scottish criminal justice system, as has already been called for by, among others, Dr Jim Swire, Tam Dalyell and Professor Hans Koechler, the UN observer at the Lockerbie trial." - Robert Black, QC, FRSE, Professor Emeritus of Scots Law at the University of Edinburgh. - The fairy story of the Crown's independence


Saturday, July 07, 2007

The Glasgow Airport attack - false flag operation?

The Glasgow Airport attack - false flag operation?

The Glasgow Airport incident looks like an action by a certain security service to turn the people of Scotland against Moslems and against the SNP. Some of those involved in the plot may have been double agents and some may have been patsies. - Glasgow Airport attack, the SNP and the security s...


Lockerbie, the Review Commission, Dr Hans Kochler

The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) rejected claims evidence was invented to implicate Libya. This was described as "rather strange" by Dr Köchler.

Lockerbie, Dr Hans Kochler, the SCCRC, Oliver Reve...

Dr Kochler: "In giving exoneration to the police, prosecutors, and forensic staff, I think they show their lack of independence. No officials to be blamed, simply a Maltese shopkeeper. They also exonerate the original trial and appeal defence team and this also surprises me. I have doubts that the Scottish judicial system has learned anything from the Lockerbie trial.' - This could open a can of worms for the entire Scottish justice system

Dr. Hans Koechler's statement on the referral of the case of Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed Al Megrahi to the High Court of Justiciary

"Regrettably, the SCCRC has not disclosed all its grounds of referral and, in its news release of 28 June, has basically concentrated on the dubious role of Maltese witness Tony Gauci - while at the same time engaging in a rather strange exercise of 'preventive exoneration' of certain people belonging to the British and/or Scottish police and judicial system whose behaviour, as pointed out in the undersigned's reports and confirmed, in the meantime, in several affidavits, has been highly questionable and may have detrimentally affected the fairness of the proceedings." (see I.P.O. News Release of 14 October 2005).

Lockerbie revelations: statement by Dr. Hans Koechler on reports in the Scottish and British media

Dr. Koechler pointed to the following information that transpired in the media and that puts in doubt the very integrity of the judicial process in the Lockerbie case:

1. The credibility of a key forensic expert in the trial, Mr. Allen Feraday (UK), has been shattered. It was revealed that “in three separate cases men against whom Mr. Feraday gave evidence have now had their convictions overturned” (BBC, 19 August 2005). Mr. Feraday had told the Lockerbie court that a circuit board fragment found after the disaster was part of the detonator used in the bomb on board Pan Am flight 103. In the first case where Mr. Feraday’s credibility had been questioned the Lord Chief Justice had stated that Mr. Feraday should not be allowed to present himself an expert in electronics.

2. A retired Scottish police officer has signed a statement confirming that the evidence that found Al-Megrahi guilty was fabricated. The police chief, whose identity has not yet been revealed, testified “that the CIA planted the tiny fragment of circuit board crucial in convicting a Libyan” for the bombing of the Pan Am jet (Scotland on Sunday, 28 August 2005). The fragment was supposedly part of the timing device that triggered the bomb. The circumstances of its discovery – in a wooded area many miles from Lockerbie months after the atrocity – have been mysterious from the very beginning.

3. Much earlier, a forensic specialist of the American FBI, Tom Thurman, who was publicly credited with figuring out the fragment’s evidentiary importance, was later discredited as a forensic expert. A 1997 report by the US Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General found “that in a number of cases other than Lockerbie, Thurman rewrote lab reports, making them more favorable to the prosecution. The report also recommended Thurman be reassigned to a non-scientific job because he lacked a background in science.” (American RadioWorks / Public Radio, March 2000)

4. The most recent revelation relates to a mix-up of forensic evidence recovered on the ground in Lockerbie with material used during a series of test explosions in the course of the investigation. In one case, a garment which was damaged in a test explosion was presented as if it was the original garment found on the ground (which was completely undamaged). This garment was supposedly placed in the suitcase containing the bomb. “It casts serious doubts over the prosecution case because certain items that should have been destroyed if they were in the case containing the bomb are now known to have survived the blast.” (The Observer, London, 9 October 2005)