Friday, November 26, 2010


UK politician Tommy Sheridan on TV.

Is Tommy Sheridan working for the spooks, or is he being undermined by the spooks?

The Tommy Sheridan story involves sex and spies.

The latest news from the UK concerns the Sheridan 'sex party' charges are dropped

On 26 November 2010, we read more about the Tommy Sheridan 'sex' trial (Sheridan trial: How lie was exposed by extra question).

Lawyer Paul McBride (PM) questions business consultant Matthew McColl (MM):

PM: "Do you know the club, Adam and Eve?"

MM: "I have heard of it."

PM: "Been in it?"

MM: "No."

PM: "That is not true."

MM: "It is true."

PM: "You know it is a lie."

MM: "I have not been in the club."

PM: "Whether embarrassment or not wanting to tell the truth in compliance with your oath, you have been in that club."

MM: "Are you able to prove I was in that club?"

PM: "You have been in it."

MM: "I may have been in that club many years ago …

"The answer is yes, I have been in that club."

PM: "Why lie about it?"

MM: "I don't know the answer to that."

PM: "You accept that if I had not asked that additional question, the jury might have thought you were telling the truth."

MM: "They may have done."

PM: "We now know that in relation to that, at least, you are not a truthful man."

Following cross-examination of Mr McColl by QC Paul McBride, four charges against Mr Sheridan and his wife were dropped.

"The deleted allegations stated Mr Sheridan had lied at the 2006 defamation action when he said there had been 'no event' at the Moat House Hotel on 14 June 2002, where he was alleged to have had sex with a woman called Beverley Dixon..." (Timeline: Sheridan trial week eight )

Tommy Sheridan. Website for this image

The spooks like to infiltrate political parties.

It is quite possible that many of the top people in the Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) work for the security services.

Tommy Sheridan is a Scottish socialist politician.

He is one of two co-convenors of the left-wing Scottish political party Solidarity.

He was the convenor of the Scottish Socialist Party, but in 2004 he was asked to resign from this post, by a unanimous vote of the Executive Committee.[1]

The News of the World then alleged that Sheridan had visited a swingers clubs in Manchester and engaged in adulterous affairs with two women.[11]

Sheridan, who claims to be a teetotaller, reportedly drank champagne and consumed cocaine during an extramarital liaison.

In 2006 Tommy Sheridan won an action for defamation against the News of the World.

On 10 October 2006, BBC News reported that Grampian Police were investigating a claim by Fiona McGuire, who had been a witness in the trial for the News of the World, that she had received a death threat through the post. [19]

On 26 August 2007, the Sunday Herald reported that John Lynn had been questioned by detectives about allegations of witness tampering.

Lynn is reportedly an associate of Paul Ferris, a former Glasgow gangster, who has become friendly with Sheridan.

The report said Helen Allison, who claimed in court that she saw Sheridan having sex in a Glasgow hotel, had been approached by Lynn who asked her not to give evidence. Lynn was once jailed for 17 years for shooting an Ulster barman.[20]

In October 2006, the News of the World published what it claimed was a video recording of Tommy Sheridan admitting he visited a swingers club in Manchester on two occasions and that he (Sheridan) admitted this at an Executive meeting of the SSP.

The tape had been made using a hidden camera by SSP member George McNeillage in McNeillage's house after he invited Sheridan there. McNeillage had been one of three best men at Sheridan's wedding. [21]

Tommy Sheridan does not appear on the video at any time.

The newspaper has not been able to produce any images from the video showing Sheridan's face and Sheridan says the video is a fake.

Sheridan agrees his voice is on the tape but suggests it was "spliced" with clips of someone else's. [1]

The News of the World claimed four independent voice analysts confirmed that the voice on the tape is Tommy Sheridan's.[22]

But in an interview with the BBC a forensic speech scientist, Peter French, said: "Experts should never say conclusively they have identified a person and this kind of evidence should never solely be used to bring a criminal trial".[23]

Sheridan then suggested that MI5, the Bush government, the SSP and Rupert Murdoch conspired to concoct the videotape to undermine his campaign for an independent socialist Scotland.[24]

In 2007, Tommy Sheridan was charged with perjury.

In October 2010, he appeared together with his wife at a trial for perjury related to the 2006 court case.

Sheridan claims he is the 'victim of an MI5 plot' - The Scotsman

Tommy Sheridan has suggested that MI5 and Rupert Murdoch had conspired to concoct the famous videotape.

In a political rally, Tommy Sheridan claimed that the video allegedly showing him admitting to visiting the swingers club was "utterly untrue".

"I said I was the victim of the mother of all stitch-ups," he said. "I don't think there is anyone in Scotland who can doubt that this has been an attempted stitch-up from day one.

"But it's a stitch-up that has unravelled. I say here today that the News of the World have tried to produce, in collusion with others, dodgy minutes, dodgy tapes and dodgy geezers to make allegations against me.

"They are completely and utterly untrue. We beat them in court and that is what they can't stand - because they were humiliated...

"Just as Freddie Starr did not eat his hamster, then the video has been concocted, manufactured and presented...

"I would not be surprised if the state is involved.

"The state has a fine history of trying to destabilise and undermine socialist movements or trade union struggles. When the history of this whole episode is written about, I think you'll find that MI5 was involved."

Sheridan claimed the video tape was as genuine as footage of Elvis Presley jamming with Noel Gallagher.

Sheridan claimed he had never been in the house where the video was filmed.

He said there was more than one voice on the tape, proving it had "clearly" been spliced "on several occasions".

Is Tommy Sheridan working for the spooks, or is he being undermined by the spooks?

The Trouble with Tommy - Sheridan's rhetoric made him a formidable ...

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


John Swinney, Scotland's finance minister.

Imagine a government that increases the pay of the poorest government workers and curbs the pay of the richest government workers.

Imagine a government that freezes its main tax.

Imagine a government that increases the tax on out-of-town retail parks.

These are some of the measures which have been announced by the government in Scotland, a government which unfortunately still has limited powers.

The London government is collecting a lot of money from the revenues from Scottish oil.

But, the London government is to give the Scottish government a lot less money.

If Scotland was independent, it could keep all of the oil revenues.

At present Scotland has a Scottish National Party government (SNP).

If the Labour Party comes to power in Scotland, taxes could rise by £3000 for each Scottish family; Labour would allow 'council tax' to rise and that could mean the employment of more bureaucrats of the expensive kind.

On 17 November 2010, the Scotland's SNP government announced its budget.

The SNP is to freeze the 'Council Tax', yet again.

This help both families and small businesses

The SNP is in favour of helping small businesses.

The SNP budget protects the Small Business Bonus, protecting thousands of local jobs.

The SNP budget protects spending on the National Health Service.

The SNP budget will mean

1. Maintaining the freeze in the council tax in 2011-12;

2. Keeping 1,000 additional police officers on Scotland’s streets so
Scotland can keep its crime rate at its lowest level for 32 years;

3. Protecting teaching posts.

4. Continuing free care for the elderly

5. Continuing the policy of having no tuition fees at universities

6. Continuing infrastructure development, such as the Forth Road Bridge.

7. Continuing the development of Scotland's vast offshore renewable energy resource.

8. Delivering smaller and more efficient government.

9. In government, implementing a Living Wage of £7.15 per hour and providing a minimum annual increase of £250 for employees earning less than £21,000, while freezing pay forothers and cutting the pay bill of the highest earners.

10. Reducing the Government’s Administration budget by 10 per cent and reducing the costs of the Senior Civil Service in Scotland by 10 per cent in 2011-12 and by 25 per cent over the next four years.

The SNP is the only credible government for Scotland.

Friday, November 05, 2010


Willie McRae

Willie McRae was found badly injured in his crashed car.

The car was on a remote road in Wester Ross in Scotland.

At the local hospital, medical staff found a gunshot wound behind McRae's right ear.

The police found 'the weapon' some distance from the car.

There were no fingerprints on the gun.

A BBC journalist was given the number plates of three cars alleged to have been following MacRae before his death.

Reportedly, one of the cars was a 'blocked vehicle' from one of the security services.

One of the cars used to trail McRae "was a Triumph, registration number PSJ 136X. Wherever McRae went, that car followed.

"He had noticed the motor. Willie McRae was nobody's fool. When he raised the matter with a friendly cop, he checked the computer.

"The car came up marked as 'blocked vehicle'. That's shorthand for belonging to the Special Branch" or intelligence services. (The McRae Mystery - The Daily Record

The 'Security service had tailed the SNP activist on the day of his death'

No fatal accident inquiry was held.

McRae's death remains unsolved.

This was in 1985.

Former Scottish National Party vice-chairman Willie McRae

McRae was a top man in the Scottish National Party (SNP).

And he was an anti-nuclear campaigner.

Many people assume that McRae was murdered by the spooks.

John Finnie is an SNP councillor and a former policeman.

John Finnie has asked Scotland's top legal officer, Lord Advocate Elish Angiolini, to look at the case. (Call for SNP activist death probe)

Angiolini, originally appointed by a Labour party government, is seen by some as being part of the Lockerbie cover-up.

Finnie has asked Angiolini to release any official details so far kept secret.

In a letter to Angiolini, the SNP group leader on Highland Council said:

"The circumstances of Willie McRae's death, and the subsequent investigation, have led to a quarter of a century of speculation and public disquiet.

"Public confidence in the functions of state is very important...

"I ask you to ... institute a full investigation into all the circumstances surrounding the death of Willie McRae."

McRae's car

It was in 1985 that Glasgow lawyer Willie MacRae was found unconscious in his car near Kintail in Wester Ross in the Scottish Highlands. (Willie Macrae murder part 1 )

He died soon after.

It looked as if his car had crashed.

Then it was reported that MacRae had been killed by a gun fired at his head. ( Scottish News Headlines )

Two bullets had been fired.

The Lord Advocate (chief legal officer in Scotland) claimed that the gun was found beneath the door of the car.

This was contradicted by the policeman who found the gun, and by those involved in recovering MacRae from his car.

A BBC journalist was given a list of three car number plates alleged to have been following MacRae before his death.

Reportedly, one of the cars was a 'blocked vehicle' from one of the security services.

No fatal accident inquiry was held.

MacRae had been active in the campaign to prevent nuclear dumping in Scotland.

The Thatcher government wanted to dump nuclear waste in the Galloway Hills in Dumfries and Galloway, at Mullwharchar.

MacRae had been a vice-chairman of the Scottish National Party, and was seen as a possible future leader.

MacRae was the author of the maritime law code of Israel and emeritus professor in the University of Haifa.

MacRae had served in military intelligence.

McCrae had been working on a book on the nuclear industry. The papers he was working on have never been recovered.

Reportedly, MacRae told friends shortly before his death, "I've got them."

Iain Fraser, a policeman who became a private investigator, has revealed that he was asked by a mystery client to spy on Mr McRae just three weeks before he died. (Willie MacRae « alastair’s heart monitor) Scotsman article about Iain Fraser claims

Website for this image

Campaigners claim that children living near the Dumfries and Galloway shoreline are twice as likely to contract leukemia as those living further inland ( DGB Life - the magazine for Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish ... September 2007)

The Chapelcross nuclear power plant, in Dumfries and Galloway, became operational in 1959. (DGB Life - the magazine for Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish ...)

Why was it built?

Chapelcross produced much of the plutonium for Britain's nuclear bombs.

Chapelcross produced tritium, used in Trident warheads.

Tritium can cause cancer and can cause permanent changes to people's genes.

Humans can be injured by tritium if they eat plants or animals containing tritium.

Chapelcross disposed of liquid effluent through a pipeline into the Solway Firth.

Dumfries and Galloway has also been affected by sea pollution from the Sellafield nuclear plant and by the firing of depleted uranium shells near Kirkcudbright.

Hilda Murrell was also murdered.

Gary Murray, in his book Enemies of the State: A Sensational Exposé of the Security Services by a former MI5 Undercover Agent, describes McRae as the "most formidable opponent in Scotland" of the Nuclear industry.

Murray lists similarities between the deaths of Hilda Murrell and Willie MacRae:

1. Red Escort observed at scene

2. Activities of interest to M15, Special Branch, Atomic Energy Police

3. About to appear at public hearing dealing with nuclear issues

4. Passionate antinuclear campaigner

5. Under surveillance by Security Services

6. Witnesses overlooked by police investigators

7. Drove/driven to death scene in own vehicle

8. Death scene: quiet country spot outside of town

9. Victim was said to have discovered something specific about nuclear industry

10. Authorities refused Enquiry into death and murder investigation wound up

11. Conflict in official statements about evidence

12. Victim's property broken into and burned down

13. Anomalies concerning nuclear papers

14. Associates and friends attempting to pursue the case become victims of burglary and/or acts of violence or damage to property.

Judith Cook wrote a book, 'Who Killed Hilda Murrell, Unlawful Killing', about the murder of anti-nuclear campaigner Hilda Murrell.

She quoted an "MI5 operative" who told her that Miss Murrell had indeed died after disturbing operatives searching the house. Two of the men had gone "berserk" and killed her.

Willie Macrae murder part 1

Willie Macrae murder part 2

Willie Macrae murder part 3

aangirfan: William McRae & Hilda Murrell

The Scottish Patient: Nov 9th: Willie MacRae 'Unsolved' (STV, 9/11/06)