The despair Of The British nation.

Saturday, 24 July 2010

Lockerbie Oil!


The Real Baddie?


As my small and welcome band of visitors may know, I have posed the question of Megrahi's survival for over a year or so in my widget boxes. As the clamour for culprits grows, in this whole Libyan saga, I suggest only one major star player, or should I say AC-DC puppeteer, works for me. His millions of pounds hardly come from a couple of so called after dinner yacks without some more deeply sourced cash cow mooing in the background. He might yet be called to account. We can only hope.



19 comments:

subrosa said...

OR, the colour makes your text unreadable. I know what it is though because I've read it on my reader.

Who takes these wonderful photos of your garden? Oh wish Mrs OR a happy day with her coaching visitors.

Atlas said...

I fear Blair's legacy to this country will be far more damaging in the long run than any of us had first imagined. He has tainted our democracy and parliament with his mendacity, corruption and greed likely damning us irreversibly in the eyes of the rest of the world.
Kipling had the right of it...

"Now all my lies are proved untrue,
And i must face the men I slew.
What tale shall serve me here among
Mine angry and defrauded young?"

Atlas said...

Oh by the way, Mrs OR's garden is looking fantastic as always!

Oldrightie said...

You are both most kind. The text colour was a design error and thanks to you, Subrosa, corrected! Atlas, you didn't answer my query as to whether you are still shrugging!

Caratacus said...

Megrahi is innocent.

If I may prevail upon your good offices, OR, I will quote at length from John Pilger (say what you like about JP's politics, he's a bloody good investigative reporter).

'No one in authority has had the guts to state the truth about the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 above the Scottish village of Lockerbie on 21 December 1988 in which 270 people were killed. The governments in England and Scotland in effect blackmailed Megrahi into dropping his appeal as a condition of his immediate release. Of course there were oil and arms deals under way with Libya; but had Megrahi proceeded with his appeal, some 600 pages of new and deliberately suppressed evidence would have set the seal on his innocence and given us more than a glimpse of how and why he was stitched up for the benefit of "strategic interests."

"The endgame came down to damage limitation," said the former CIA officer Robert Baer, who took part in the original investigation, "because the evidence amassed by [Megrahi's] appeal is explosive and extremely damning to the system of justice." New witnesses would show that it was impossible for Megrahi to have bought clothes that were found in the wreckage of the Pan Am aircraft – he was convicted on the word of a Maltese shopowner who claimed to have sold him the clothes, then gave a false description of him in 19 separate statements and even failed to recognize him in the courtroom."'

Blair is obviously up to his neck in this, he is physically incapable of resisting money (I bet he goes to bed at night singing like Ron Moody in 'Oliver' - "In this world, one thing counts, in the bank LARGE AMOUNTS") but whether he is the prime instigator I doubt. Because so much money is involved, the amount that has been thrown to him likes scraps from the baronial table to the flea-bitten curs who beg is a mere bagatelle.

Doesn't stop me wanting tear his arms off and slap him about with the wet ends though. Vacuous, venal, money-grubbing, treacherous, war-mongering, USA-arselicking, crypto-socialist, pseudo-religious knob.

There I feel better now. Thank you so very much OR!

Oldrightie said...

I too believe that the Bilderberger hierarchy, (which includes powerful drug related interests),have a massive hidden agenda in these matters, Caratacus. They do, however need the venal likes of Bliar and Peter Pederast to process their requirements. They having gained the status of (Porn)brokers via their political machinations. Ergo the hijacking of the Labour Party and this Country.
As for Megrahi, I believe he knew where many bodies were buried, other than those of the victims of Lockerbie.

Caratacus said...

In the end OR, Bliar (of the incendiary underpants) and Mandelbum (may be contacted at Maison Jeune Fils, Rue del les Matelots, Brussels) count for less than nothing when compared to Mrs.OR's garden. She has a rare gift. Please thank her for sharing it with us scurrilous and unworthy followers!

Indyanhat said...

...and there was me beginning to think only I hated Bliar!!!

.and yes it is a blooming wonder that garden is!

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Blair and Slot-Gob.

The most despised couple in the world - bar none.

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Lady OR's garden is absolutely beautiful.

I would have said so in my last comment, but I didn't think it was right that Lady OR should share a comment box with Bliar and his pig of a wife.

Atlas said...

No, not shrugging, I have broad shoulders OR.

Caratacus said...

killem - quite right too, I stand with head bowed suitably admonished. How could I have been so insensitive?

Someone said in tones of awe that Bliar must need specs. I mean he looked across the crowded dance-floor one night many years ago, saw her and said, "Cor! Look. At. That!"

My dear old Mum, a real eastender, says that she's "got a marf like a beedin letter-box she 'as". And who are we to argue with the wisdom of our elders?

Oldrightie said...

Mes amis,I have quietly pressured Mrs OR to take a few minutes to sit and read your kind plaudits. She is most flattered and grateful but now is demanding greater effort on my part to fund ever more beauty!! If the tax man allows, I shall do this.

Caratacus said...

Money well spent OR - and it's tax-deductable, my mate Nobby told me.

Oldrightie said...

You are a wag, Caratacus, I'm glad you're on my side!!

Caratacus said...

To the death Old Chum!

Indyanhat said...

Tell the tax man we will try and find something nice to say about him 'if' he gives Mrs OR a large rebate to do more gardening stuff with, he can call it a carbon offset if he likes!

banned said...

Caratacus is quite right about John Pilger, his politics might be rubbish but I always went to him when I wanted to find out what was going on in Vietnam (that was when I was still reading the Guardian as an unformed youngling).

We need to know where Blair got his money, and Mandelson, and the Kinnocks.

Oldrightie said...

We may also be wondering about Cameron, ere long.