Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Secret Inquiries


I keep asking myself, what is the point of a secret inquiry?


"The implication was that if the invasion went ahead, that would make him a liar and he would have betrayed his contacts, some of whom might be killed as a direct result of his actions," he said.
"I asked him what would happen then.
He replied, in a throwaway line, he would probably be found dead in the woods."


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9 comments:

bofl said...

there is no point!

it is a sham..... a waste of yet MORE money........

another charade for Brown and his cohorts to hide behind ( in his own deranged mind).

why is it that politicians seem to think they can say whatever and that we,the proles,believe them?

just watching Brown on pmqs.....

lies,bluster,repetition....

the man has nothing to offer.....

WE ALL KNOW THAT WE CANNOT KEEP PISSING MONET DOWN THE DRAIN!
FFS

woman on a raft said...

WE ALL KNOW THAT WE CANNOT KEEP PISSING MONET DOWN THE DRAIN!

That's just what I told Vincent Van Gogh, but he wouldn't listen.

(sorry, couldn't resist)

T' old 'un said...

ear ear

TheBigYin said...

Shsss, O.H., that's a secret!

On pain of death I will not divulge what I've read here tod...How much? Is that cash, no questions asked???

Anonymous said...

OH, your mates from UAF are at it again :

Middle-Class Posh Kids Shouting 'Nartthee Thcum' in The Rain

More free publicity for Mr Nick Griffin (MEP)

Anonymous said...

War in Belfast (again) anyone?

Swiss Tony said...

At the risk of saying something stupid, but if they are discussing secret things, shouldn't it be secret?

Much as I think Blair etc needs stringing up, if they are discussing intelligence information they won't want the nasties watching it on the ten o'clock news.

Of course, being slightly less optimistic about it, its probably all a cover up. Actually, yes, it will be a cover up, but we wouldn't want those nasty people to see how the self serving rulers manage to cover up crap. (Or was that why we invaded them?) Oh, I give up. Its impossible to justify anything this government does.

Swizz

black hole sunset said...

It was a while ago (August 2003, if the beeb are anything to go by) when Mr Broucher claimed that Dr Kelly made the "found dead in the woods" remark, but wasn't there a distinct air of fraudulence about it when Broucher made that claim?

As far as I can remember, and someone correct me if I'm wrong, Broucher's claim came out of the blue at the Hutton "enquiry" and created quite a stir.

My recollection of how it looked at the time is one of establishment embarrassment, and perhaps a little fear, at Broucher going, presumably on his own initiative, so far out on a limb to corroborate the official version of events.

As I far as I can remember, that whole "found dead in the woods" claim stank of shit from head to foot, and left, in my mind at least, the distinct impression that Mr Broucher's statements should be completely disregarded.

Anonymous said...

@anon 16:21 Loved the quote 'and we know from past experience that the fascists are prone to attacking anti-fascists'.

Demo by a load of benefit scroungers & meedja studies students.

I'm sorry, have I missed something somewhere? Remind me again, who exactly were throwing eggs at legally elected MEPs last week? Wasn't it the sanctimonious 'holier than thou' anti-fascists? Fuckwits!

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