BBC adds to Lockerbie Conspiracy

Three years ago I wrote on this blog about a bizarre twist to the Lockerbie Crash Link. On Sunday 28th August at 7:00 pm 2005 the BBC Main TV News run a report that stated that the CIA had admitted planted incriminating evidence at the scene of the 1988 Lockerbie Pan Am crash site. It referred to a piece of printed circuit board alleged to be part of the bomb timing device that blew up the Pan Am jet over Scotland. It was a crucial part of evidence that put Libyan Abdel Basset al-Megrahi away for life for most murderous act of terrorism on British Soil. That the CIA should admit to planting this pivotal piece of evidence was breathtaking and I remember turning to the others in the room to confirm that I was hearing this news bulletin for real.
That evening I searched the BBC website for the news item and it was nowhere to be found. It was if it had never been broadcast. Somebody somewhere within the establishment killed the story.
I was then really interested to see that the BBC included the Lockerbie Crash in it’s ‘Conspiracy Files’ Series. I was as keen to hear anything about that news report as anything else but I guess I wasn’t surprised that they made no mention of it. So the conspiracy theory continues!

He’s Not Here…

I’m not sure whether I’m disturbed or flattered to find that the US Department of Defense Network Information Center was my No.1 fan last month. Someone there liked my site so much they visited more pages and downloaded more images than anyone else. Unfortunately I’m unable to return the compliment as their site is strictly top secret.

All the same I kind of like the idea that there’s someone there in the military machine who likes trees and loves the environment, someone who cherishes the idea of non-violence. If you’re that person, welcome back, the world needs more of you guys.

When I become depressed by all the images of violence that the war on terror has unleashed upon us I can keep a warm feeling inside that at least one person within the security forces feels like I do. But hey maybe there’s a small clique of tree-huggers in there, dreaming of the forest behind the high fences and inside the secure zone.

I bet those people are really busy right now looking for a certain person … It’ll be 7 years this summer since President Bush declared, “Bin Laden, you can run but you can’t hide.”

Errm, just to let you know, he’s not in my address book in case you were looking.

Watchin You

Ten years ago on the Campaign Against Newbury Bypass being recorded on video was the price you paid for turning up to witness the destruction of ancient woodland and ‘Special Areas for Conservation’. No doubt the footage of me peacefully protesting against this sacrilege still exists somewhere in security files.

Last week I realised that I was being watched again. This time by a security firm that scours the Internet looking for stuff to frighten the corporates. I found that a US company called CyVeillance was checking out my site.
This is what it’s selling; “The Internet provides an ideal platform for extremists to share information and further their causes. They use this channel to plan and communicate with associates, activities such as rallies and boycotts.”
So now it seems that Rallies and Boycotts are Extremist activities! For once I feel sorry for Geoffrey Boycott, god help him if he tries to plan a bit of day out for the Yorkshire Cricket Club! He’ll be getting a visit from the Sweeney for sure. I’d like to watch it though!