Some of our friends, clients and Surfers
have asked why there's such a big difference between the attitude of our public site and
the articles which we produce for our clients. We are known as hard-liners writing for
military and security magazines and yet we cry over the victimes of anti-personnel
mines....Must be "shome" mistake as "Private Eye" would say.
contradiction in our ideology is more apparent than real. We are just following the same
principles as Col Brown editor of "Soldier Of Fortune" magazine who fought a U.S Government
ban of the newsletter of a left wing Vietnam veterans group of victimes of US chemical
warfare. The liberty of the press is indivisible and must apply to everybody even ex-GIs.
Like Col Brown, we also are fighting for abstract principles such as "Press
Freedom" and "Free Speech" since it is the British Government intention to
persuade other European Governments to adopt its dirty little ways and abolish other
people's constitutional rights. (A concept which can not exist in British law
since Britain has no constitution). So, we will stop publishing Mr Blair's dirty little
secrets when he gives the British people constitutional rights such as Press Freedom. If
Mr Blair doesn't know where to find a text enshrining such a constitutional law, he can
start with the text of the First Amendment of the US Constitution. (The Internet, has done
much to destroy Mr Clinton by exposing his serial love affairs and other scandles. As a
result Mr Clinton tried by revenge to destroy the Internet through censorship. The US
Supreme Court stopped him by invoking the First Amendment. Bearing in mind the Press
Freedom has done much to destroy Mr Clinton, Tony would be wise to adopt the other human
rights previsons of the constitution (amendments 1 to 10), since he might need the
Fifth Amendment one day).
So thanks to those marvelous folks from Whitehall who brought you the martyrdom
of Jeanne D'Arc we bring you the mega-production of Tony Blair "Shaylergate."
This months dossier is about British Intelligence Service whistleblowers and
the desperate attempts of Tony Blair's administration to cover up their accusations of
British Government sleaze and incompetence.
Since the 1920s, the British Government has fought a desperate struggle with
the world's press to preserve the mystic of the British Secret Service. After the
high-court ban on ex-spy Compton Mc Kenzie satire "Water on the Brain" the next
rounds were in the United States. First blood was to the Marx Brothers who made soon
afterwords several films (Horse Feathers, Duck Soup,
etc...) loosely based on Compton Mc Kenzie's book. The British Government never had
the courage to try to ban the Marx Brothers. Over the next 50 years the American press
published regularly Britain's darkest secrets such as the identities "M" and
"K", the chiefs of the MI5,
MI6 or the identities
of various upper-class layabouts who have successfully infiltrated the intelligence
service on behalf of the GRU, KGB, Abwehr and sundry enemies of her Majesty.
The American colonialists declared independence from Britain in 1776 because of
the lack of constitutional rights in Britain. In 1976, none of the abuses denounced by the
rebels in the Declaration of Independance had been corrected by the Britsh Government. The
only differences over 200 years was that dictatorial powers of the mad King were now
exercised by a prime minister.
The big breakthrough in the struggle to establish democracy in Britain came 10
years later with attempts to publish the too revealing memoires of Peter Wright, a
retired senior official of MI5. Thanks to the liberty of the press existing in the United
States, the world was able to follow in great detail how Peter Wright, MI5 and the CIA "bugged and burgled" their way
across London in an attempt to prove that the British prime minister and many members of
the "ruling classes" were Russian spies. The British Government tried to have
the book banned in Britain and various, ex-colonies of her Majesty. The Australians courts
were amazed to discover, that decades after their independence, the British took them for
serfs of her Majesty to whom one should systematically lie. No wonder attempts to ban the
book in "The Colonies" failed.
Since then numerous whistleblowing spies and investigative journalists have
maintained a flourishing international publishing industry of books and articles banned in
England (Even Scottish Judges have recently refused to protect England's sleazy secrets).
Since the invention of the Internet, this activity has become an avalanche of
documentation. Hence British attempts to persuade the Swiss and other European countries to introduce a generalized
censorship in the Internet.
The two latest whistleblowing spies are David Shayler ex-MI5 and Richard
Tomlinson ex-MI6. David Shayler was arrested by the French socialist administration on the 1st August 1998, shortly after he attempted to open an Internet
site in France. The French opposition declared that the Lionel Jospin government is
willing to violate the French constitution since his scandal wracked incompetent
administration is without friends other than Tony Blair. The affair Shayler is now well
known to Net-Surfers because his friends organized the American site : http://www.shayler.com, so we'll not
repeat the contents of this site or that of BBC news. Richard Tomlinson has no site,
so that the documents that we have recently recuperated about his case
are accessible for the first time by the British taxpayer.
These documents were discovered yesterday (September 17) in one of the
computers of a Internet Caf� in Geneva. They are composed of two folders that Mr
Tomlinson or his friends were composing under Word98 to send to a UK Parliamentary Committee. Since it's not clear whether Tomlinson has
succeeded in transmitting the documents, and they raise problems of public interest, we
are publishing them here so that any computer literate member of the UK Parliament can
Because the Tomlinson documents are destined to the British
Parliament, we are publishing them exactly as we found them except for the erasure of the
sender's address. They, therefore, include the names of various British MI6
Officials. We not normally publish the names of officials (where we have no proof of
criminal activity) but in the circumstances we are obliged to. The names are in the
original document. The documents are addressed to a lawyer for
the transmission to a UK Parliamentary Investigating Committee. For this reason we are
obliged to publish the documents as they are and not as they should be. (We think that
even civil servants should benefit from "the presumption of innocence").
One of these files concerns British plans to assassinate the war criminal
Milosevic. Like most people we can only wish these plans had gone ahead. The scandal
is not that one wanted to assassinate Milosevic but why the plans were abandoned.
Since the British Labor Government is actively trying to sabotage European and
NATO plans to use military and economic pressure to stop a Serbian organized genocide of
the Albanians, we can only have the worst possible suspicions of complicity by Tony Blair
and his friends. It took 20 years for Margaret "Mama Doc"Thacher's government to
become one of the western world's most corrupted. It's taken only few months for the Blair
administration to establish a serious reputation for crookedness. So it will not surprise
us to learn that Tony "Baby Doc"Blair and his friends are accepting Serbian
THE TEXTS OF THE FOLDER
MILOSEVIC link on assassination and UKB spying on our friends