UK Terror War Newswire Archive
30-03-2007 08:14There is no agreed maritime boundary between Iraq and Iran in the Persian Gulf. Until the current mad propaganda exercise of the last week, nobody would have found that in the least a controversial statement.
29-03-2007 17:20The now infamous Donald Rumsfeld has avoided legal responsibility for the extremely controversial ruling he made in December 2002, which effectively allowed the U.S. military to utilise torture methods against their perceived or imagined enemies. An American court ruled that Rumsfeld had no case to answer due principally to the fact that as Secretary of Defence he was IMMUNE from the charges! One Law for you and another for me! If the public ever wondered why Bush, Blair and Howard appear unconcerned over the prospect of war crimes charges, perhaps the Rumsfeld decision sheds some light on the matter.
Craig Murray, the former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, was on BBC News 24 this evening speaking about the British marines captured by Iran, attached is a video clip of this, the very start is missing, but it illustrates the points he has been making in his blog about this dispute.
28-03-2007 17:19Erasing Afghan terror camps makes Canada safer:
28-03-2007 15:55Craig Murray has written several articles on his blog about the British Marines captured by Iran and in his latest post he says that "I have been unpopular before, but the level of threats since I started blogging on the captured marines has got a bit scary". 4 of his blog posts are reproduced below.
28-03-2007 15:31The Bush administration continues moving closer to a nuclear attack on Iran, and we ignore the obvious buildup at our peril.
28-03-2007 08:07As it seems, U.S. is preparing public opinions by its propaganda to use force against Iran. However, U.S. is concerned about of international repercussions. The sharp decline of the financial market in late February gave a red signal to such a plan
27-03-2007 23:22The UK Ministry of Defence's Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Roy Anderson, on 13 October 2007,
referring to the 11 October 2006 report in the medical journal The Lancet estimating that about
655,000 Iraqis had died due to the US/UK invasion/occupation since March 2003, 'The study
design is robust and employs methods that are regarded as close to "best practice" in this area'.
In other words, the MoD has acknowledged the "deci-Holocaust" in Iraq (10% of the Holocaust).
27-03-2007 22:21United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has once again voted to impose yet another sanction on Iran for its failure to suspend a legal activity allowed by the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty , to which Iran remains a signatory state, and that the IAEA itself has found no indication of any nuclear material being diverted to military purposes.
27-03-2007 21:26Scans of original drawings of the North Tower of the World Trade Center have been published online by a coalition of independent 9/11 researchers and journalists.
Thursday 29th March 2007 is the 4th anniversary of the uranium aerosols from the 'shock and awe' bombing of Iraq, reaching the UK. Today David Wilson, Press Office for the Stop the War Coalition, published an article on DU, which follows.
27-03-2007 03:38Operation Bite, it's going to be called. I always wonder how they live with these names - operation hammer, operation explosion - but apparently the logical dislocation from reality works just fine. Hundreds of Iranians are going to die and an entire population will be brought to its knees, in the dust, starving, as their country is dismembered. I don't know how far to trust this information but hopefully a Russian speaker can investigate further.
26-03-2007 08:49The long awaited US military attack on Iran is now on track for the first week of April, specifically for 4 am on April 6, the Good Friday opening of Easter weekend, writes the well-known Russian journalist Andrei Uglanov in the Moscow weekly “Argumenty Nedeli.”