Wise Up Journal
By Gabriel O’Hara
Yet another incident corresponds with covert operations/exercise.
“It happened just 36 hours after Northern Ireland Chief Constable Sir Hugh Orde confirmed that undercover soldiers had been called in to carry out surveillance operations amid warnings that the threat against his officers and military personnel was at its highest for almost a decade.
“No-one has yet claimed responsibility for the shooting, but republicans opposed to the peace process were immediately blamed.
“The last soldier to be murdered in Northern Ireland was Lance Bombardier Stephen Restorick, 23, who was shot by an IRA sniper at a checkpoint in Bessbrook, County Armagh in February 1997.”
So called real terrorists never really on the side of the people
ITN / Yahoo News
“The Real IRA, which has claimed responsibility and branded the pizza deliverymen as British ‘collaborators’, is the same organisation that killed 29 people, including a woman pregnant with twins, in the bombing of Omagh, Co Tyrone, in August 1998. ”
Trained bombers working for the British Government, a good use of tax money?
“Police refused to comment on the disclosure, which will be deeply embarrassing for Mr Adams, the Sinn Fein president, after the sensational disclosure two years ago that one of his closest aides also worked for MI5.
Donaldson served a sentence for an IRA bombing and later was instrumental in the Republican movement’s contacts with Middle Eastern groups.
Donaldson was shot dead five months after he admitted working as a double-agent,”
Denis Donaldson, one of the most senior figures in Sinn Fein entrusted by Gerry Adams: “On 16 December 2005, senior Sinn Féin member Denis Donaldson appeared before TV cameras in Dublin and confessed to being a British spy for twenty years.” – Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provisional_Irish_Republican_Army
Could it be dangerous to local and foreign public health and diminishing freedoms to have unaccountable covert branches of government?
“THIS week the BBC’s ‘Panorama’ programme revealed that the intelligence services were monitoring mobile phone calls made by the bombing team who were responsible for the Omagh atrocity.
“One wonders why there wasn’t any action taken to prevent the bombing.
“Juxtaposed with these revelations are the reports by reputable journalists in Iraq (e.g. Max Fuller and Robert Fisk), who have uncovered evidence that allied forces have been directly involved in acts of terrorism for the purposes of inciting sectarian divisions between the Iraqi people.
“It was widely reported on September 19 2005, for example, that two British soldiers dressed as Iraqis were captured after opening fire on a police station in Basra.
“The civilian car they were driving was packed with explosives. They obviously weren’t part of an humanitarian relief effort. Apparently the Joint Services Group (JSG) or Force Research Unit (FRU) played a similar role in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. “
By Terri Judd and Colin Brown
“Two British servicemen, dressed in civilian clothes, were held at Basra’s main police station after the incident. Outside, rioting began as the city threatened to descend into anarchy.
“Last night, British forces used up to 10 tanks – supported by helicopters – to smash through the walls of the jail and free the two British servicemen. John Reid, the Defence Secretary, later confirmed they were back with UK forces.
“Around 150 prisoners were said to have escaped during the assault”
Have you been Convinced in to giving unaccountable covert branches of Government more power?
By Rosamond Hutt, Press Association
Anti-terror fight ‘will need privacy sacrifice’
“Citizens will have to sacrifice their right to privacy in the fight against terrorism, a former senior security official warned today.
“Sir David Omand, the Cabinet Office’s former security and intelligence co-ordinator,
“In a research paper on national security strategy, Sir David wrote: ‘Finding out other people’s secrets is going to involve breaking everyday moral rules.’
“‘Being able to demonstrate proper legal authorisation and appropriate oversight of the use of such intrusive intelligence activity may become a major future issue for the intelligence community, if the public at large is to be convinced of the desirability of such intelligence capability.’
“Sir David said such information may be held in national records, covered by Data Protection legislation, but it might also be held offshore by other nations or by global companies, and may or may not be subject to international agreements.”
While your emails have been investigated this company, running terrorist exercise trills on the 7/7 targets in London on the same day at the same time, has not. Throw your critical thinking over these two news clips from ITV and BBC and think how these odds would fair on an unrigged casino roulette table. In these two videos you can hear Peter Power, Managing Director of Visor Consultants (Crisis Management), telling ITV and BBC that his company was running terrorist exercises “precisely at the railway stations” at the exact same time the attacks happened.
Peter Powers told ITV News: “We based our scenario on the simultaneous attacks on the London underground and mainline station. So we had to suddenly switch an exercise from fictional to real”
Peter Powers told BBC Radio: “At half past nine this morning we were actually running an exercise, a company of a thousand people in London, based on simultaneous bombs going off precisely at the railway stations that happened this morning.”
I wonder what happened to the Muslim terrorist actors. The young individuals blamed for 7/7 who bought return tickets as reported by the New York Times. One of them also complained about the return ticket price. New York Times: “Each of the four men who died in the July 7 attacks purchased round-trip railway tickets from Luton to London. Germaine Lindsay’s rented car left in Luton had a seven-day parking sticker on the dashboard.”
An unaccountable covert branch of government opens it’s backup HQ in Northern Ireland
By Chris Thornton
“MI5 agents begin moving into their new Ulster headquarters
“MI5 agents have started moving into their new Northern Ireland headquarters as the security agency is just weeks away from taking control of anti-terror operations.
“MI5 will take over the lead responsibility for national security in Northern Ireland from the police.
“The spy station in greater Belfast – believed to be in a new building inside Palace Barracks in Holywood – will house the agency’s Northern Ireland operations. But it will also serve as a back-up headquarters in case MI5’s London base, Thames House, becomes damaged or cut off by a terrorist attack. “
“MI5 plan to use Belfast bunker in emergency
“The security service, MI5, has drawn up plans to decamp to a state-of-the-art emergency headquarters in Northern Ireland if its base in London falls victim to a terrorist attack. The £20m building on the shores of Belfast Lough can house up to 400 staff and has a reserve computer system capable of co-ordinating all security operations.
“writing in the new edition of Monitor, the journal of the Royal United Services Institute think-tank, Margaret Gilmore, a fellow of the institute, says the building has been given a remit that stretches far wider than combating terrorism in Northern Ireland.
“intelligence sources have told Gilmore that if there was a national emergency and the service’s main headquarters at Thames House could not be used, operations would be switched to the Belfast centre.”
“There have also been a number of failed bomb attacks, one of which took place last month when the security forces found a 300lb (136kg) car bomb in Castlewellan, Co Down.”
“Security sources said the device ‘spooked’ army technical officers and the wider security community because it was fitted with a type of sophisticated, secondary anti-handling device that they had not come across before.”
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