Illegal Iraq invasion ‘cooked up down the pub’ by Tony Blair, Alistair Campbell, Charlie Falconer & Jeremy Heywood

Friday 8th July 2016

BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling

At five – discussing the big stories in Bristol, Britain and around the world
After six –
 straight talking and investigative reports with Martin Summers

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First hour: News review: with Independent Labour Peer Lord Stoddart of Swindon Lord David Stoddart of Swindon is former Labour MP, now an Independent Labour peer. Labour leader Michael Foot made him a Lord in 1980s; what does he think of beleaguered Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn? BBC Sunday Politics interview with Kerry McCarthy, Labour MP for Bristol East, didn’t like his acceptance of the referendum result “we tried to make it work for 9 or 10 months”, Corbyn is being “propped up” by people around him, a “cult type figurehead” and explains how she thinks “Jeremy Corbyn is not electable” and how “I don’t think his heart’s in it”, ; Tory leadership – Cameron quitting, Brexit, TTIP, triggering article 50 or simply repeal the 1972 European Communities Act to leave EU; some moaning about 52/48% split in EU referendum but Single European Act was only passed by eight votes. UKIP leadership – Farage leaving – Edward Heath and how UK entered EEC when European Communities Act (1972), which ended parliamentary sovereignty, was passed by a majority of only eight votes, Treaty of Rome expressly calls for ever closer political union, a United States of Europe; companies such as M&G and Aviva suspend property funds following Brexit vote – property bubble, insolvent banking system; this week’s interview with Bristol West MP Thangam Debbonaire by Pat Hart on BCfm One Love Breakfast – Corbyn “not connecting with voters” she says “my leader said he wanted to go for an early exit” which “contradicted what my constituents said”, in England and Wales there was a two million majority for Brexit – “the British people are wrong?”, Jeremy Corbyn “not connecting with voters in the seats that Labour wants to win”, says Thangam, but Martin Summers points out seats like Kingswood and Swindon she mentioned voted for #Brexit, Thangam’s strategy is ‘incoherent’. 100,000 new members have just joined the Labour Party, career politicians; Chilcot Inquiry – Iraq war vote, C4 News Admiral Lord West claiming decision to go to war in Iraq was decided high up before vote, legal case for Iraq war?; PMQs what lessons have been learnt from Iraq war? – going back to a cabinet government; PMQs Corbyn – is Chancellors fiscal rule of austerity now dead?
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Second hour: Investigative reports: snipers kill five Dallas police officers at last night’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ march; biennial NATO summit opens in Warsaw; Fairford Air Tattoo and Farnborough air show both in denial about long list of operational problems with £70m F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Dallas shootings: assassination of JFK by Chicago Mafia; GLADIO style psychological warfare strategy? – snipers in mass demonstrations a common NATO strategy of tension – such as Maidan Sq. in Kiev and Syria; James Files – FBI, CIA and Lyndon Johnson hired the JFK assassin James Files; 9/11 insurance claims. Bi-annual NATO Summit in Poland: NATO troops on borders of Russia; West wanting to stop links between Russia and Germany; 2+4 Agreement – torn up; Deutsche Bank going down?; sabre rattling. Air Shows at the weekend: F35 plane – problems – US cancelled orders; Rolls Royce; PMQs Farnborough Air Show – will MPs go as $201bn deals made there? – military deals with regimes such as Saudi Arabia – war makes money. Chilcot Report: Jeremy Heywood, war being ‘cooked up down the pub with the cabinet secretary not taking minutes’ and the collapse of Cabinet government under Blair; leaks from Bilderberg about the plan to attack Iraq – Bilderberg Plotting To Bushwhack Iraq: The super-secret Bilderberg gang wants a new war to generate immense profits and spend the world out of recession. And they just might get it. Exclusive to American Free Press – By James P. Tucker Jr. – 07Apr02 – Jim Hoagland, a Bilderberg regular, called for and predicted all-out war on Iraq in a commentary in The Washington Post – General Wesley Clark, Project for a New American Century and their five year plan to invade seven countries; was war illegal? – International Criminal Court won’t try Blair; Lord Goldsmith attorney general at the time and 2003 junior minister Lord Falconer who allegedly edited the legal advice for the Iraq war before it was presented to parliament; 1982 Yinon Plan by Israel to balkanise the Middle East – boycotting Israel; Netanyahu charm offensive going around Africa to get pro Israel votes at UN; Robin Cook discussing needed second resolution for Iraq war – Al Qaeda or ‘the Database’ creation of the West – Jihadis under control of Western Intelligence Agencies. Interview with Susan Lindauer, former CIA Iraq negotiator, who discusses her time working in Iraq up to Iraq war and how she was imprisoned by the CIA for a year to stop her talking: Colin Powell ignored her reports about bad intelligence from self-seeking Iraqi exiles in the US then had he locked up for a year without trial and tried to get her drugged into a zombie-state; Chilcot Report; US Military devastated; her book ‘Extreme Prejudice’
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Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist. Over the last 20 years he has been exposing the secret power of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and élite Bilderberg Conferences where the dark forces of corporations, media, banks and royalty conspire to accumulate wealth and power through extortion and war. Tony has spent much of his life too advocating solutions which heal the wealth divide, such as free housing for all and a press which reflects the concerns of ordinary people rather than attempting to lead opinion, sensationalise or dumb-down. Tony tweets at @TonyGosling. Tune in to his Friday politics show at BCfm here http://www.thisweek.org.uk

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4 comments on “Illegal Iraq invasion ‘cooked up down the pub’ by Tony Blair, Alistair Campbell, Charlie Falconer & Jeremy Heywood
  1. david cad says:

    it is a shame that anyone interviewed regarding anything that happens in politics just talks about the polititions when the fact is that the people in power are the banking establishment . these are the people who the polititions take their orders from and these are the people who are behind the wars and the terrorist attacks that we have seen over the years . why interview people who blame the polititions when they are just representing the bankers lets start interviewing the people who are trying to get the truth out about the banking establishment because these are the real people in power

    • I couldn’t agree more David. Look at the new UK PM; she was 18 years in the financial services sector including 6 years at the Bank of England. Her husband works in investment banking. There is no chance that they will ever encroach on the power of the City. Then a further 6 out of 21 in the cabinet are all former City people including: Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer (although in manufacturing for a while, he became a consultant to the World Bank). Amber Rudd, Home Secretary (JP Morgan and various Venture Capitalists). James Brokenshire, Northern Ireland (Lawyer advising City firms). Andrea Leadsom, Environment Secretary (18 years in investment banking). Sajid Javid, Communities and Local Government (VP at Chase Manhattan). Alun Cairns, Wales (Lloyds Banking Group). Private banking sits at the root of most of the world’s ills, and yet you will not hear one word of criticism of the City.

      • dave cad says:

        thanks for your comment Gordon if me and you can both see what is happening what is stopping everybody else even tony and martin who I follow along with others for keeping up with the news they must see it also, that’s why I find the headline for this weeks show strange . as much as I hate tony blair and wish him nothing but bad things he did not take us into war in Iraq his bosses did and they are the banking establishment who control this country so they are the people who should be in prison and yet they do not even get mentioned .

      • Hi Dave, Teflon Tony is a particularly obnoxious individual. My reading of it is that he really thought that he had influence in Washington, when in fact he was playing with a gang, the vile and genocidal nature of which, he really didn’t understand. Blair was a willing patsy; but an indictable one at that. The Neocons sitting behind Bush were hell bent on destabilizing the Middle-East come what may. (Search: Wesley Clark, 7 countries in 5 years) It seems to me that they figured that causing chaos in the middle-east would make it a lot easier to make lucrative and dodgy oil and reconstruction deals. It also worked out nicely for Israel having all of their neighbors in chaos. Chaos always facilities rapid restructuring of power blocks, and this is why the US occupying force fired all former Baathist members and the entire military and police force. If you keep the organs of power in place, you would not create sufficient chaos to control all of the deals. Another recent example is Syria, which was a US CIA/Exxon/Qatari gas pipeline dispute with Assad. If you don’t agree with the US, you suddenly find yourself with a vicious insurgency on your hands (Libya et al). The question is, how are the banks all linked into this? Well, all foreign wars cost huge amounts of money, and in the USA the only way to finance these foreign wars is by expanding the national debt by borrowing from external or internal private/sovereign lenders. So, at the end of the day, the private banks are making huge sums of money from all foreign wars; and they always have. Foreign wars are good for the banking business – very good.

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