As Tony Blair faces further allegations over misleading parliament regarding the occupation of Iraq, another new rumour seems fixed to overwhelm him. A whistleblower, identified only as Major X to preserve his integrity, has declared that army employees attired in police uniform to act against organisations deemed fanatical.
Plus he has declared that Blair knew about the army’s operations and even approved them. The journalist at the heart of the turmoil encompassing the former Prime Minister is demanding a public investigation into the accusations.
In the beginning of November, the political weblog site SKWAWKBOX detailed assertions regarding the notorious 1984 Battle of Orgreave. It alleged that, throughout the battle, Margaret Thatcher employed the army against striking mineworkers.
In a meeting with an objective witness, the weblog asserted that the government employed military staff and horses. It further stated that the police and supposed military commenced the battle. Also, it affirmed that many police did not have official numbers on their uniform. Furthermore, that some of those were handling weaponry such as knuckledusters.
The eyewitness’s claims to further back up additional contemporary facts from the battle. But now, SKWAWKBOX has talked to a different whistleblower. On 22 November, the weblog announced that Major X, a previous army officer, had identified Blair in fiery revelations.
The affirmations point that Orgreave may not be the only time the army outfitted up as police. Also, the officer claims that Blair had an extensive understanding of the evil operations.
SKWAWKBOX says that Major X’s allegations:
Shows army employees dressing in police uniform to act not only against organisations that are anything but extreme. However, against the extremely shocking and questionable fanatics possible, with the extensive information of at least two serving Prime Ministers (John Major and Tony Blair).
Major X professes to be a former army officer. He said to SKWAWKBOX it was his responsibility to appoint army corps in support of police operations against any organisation deemed die-hard under both Major and Blair’s governments.
Major X maintains the army systematically assigned the army employees with false police ID and clothes. He further states both Major and Blair knew of the army’s activities and even sanctioned them. However, Major X goes further.
He maintains that armed employees imitated police against many organisations, groups, and people during the 1990s. These supposedly included striking firemen, prison officers, and animal rights activists. Yet most shockingly, Major X insists that even the Royal Family and EU representatives were spied upon by these possible hidden army corps.
He alleges that the purpose of the army against these organisations and people was:
Essentially for scrutiny, but occasionally for infiltration and arrest procedures.
Major X’s entire discussion with SKWAWKBOX shows even more shocking details. Basically, he maintains that the army was employed as Black Ops, to beef up police forces facing anybody considered a threat to the country. However, Blair’s supposed awareness and permission of these bad operations is possibly the most disturbing aspect.
If correct, this results to, at best, yet another effective clampdown by Blair on trade unions and left-wing parties. But at worst, Major X’s atomic declaration implies a blatant misuse of authority by Blair. One which extends the meaning of extremist to satisfy his own, alienating agenda.
However, Major X’s disclosures, when compared with the equivalent actions at Orgreave, further ask the questions, just why has the Conservative government rejected an examination into Orgreave? Furthermore what precisely is it attempting to cover up?
These are accusations necessitate a complete and total public interrogation.
Nobody realises it, but we are we living in a dictatorship, why do we vote these people in and let them control us like this? They simply run feral once they have control and do bidding for someone else since it unquestionably isn’t for our good.
A number of people are saying that Blair is a lawbreaker, megalomaniac, bordering on idiotic and somebody stated someplace that Tony Blair has got more skeletons in the cupboard than Fred West, and that Blair is a dangerous criminal.
The worst implication of this article is the obvious evidence that Parliamentary Leader Party star Tony Blair was as dangerous as the Conservative Party at stifling human rights and freedom of speech.
We want a true leader who fights for the common people, helping with their needs, by the preference of their own, or at least more fairness, one who actually understands that by attending our needs they serve their own.
That is a patriot, not all them unlawful constituents who make believe that wearing poppies whilst you screw the poorest, sick and extremely destitute out of a few quid per week so they can make nice with their billionaire sponsors. Is the best this country can do?
The Conservative Party and Tony Blair have no remorse, and the Mainstream Media encourages them in their excessive misuse of power and administration of the truth.
If Thatcher did it, Major did it and Blair did it then hands up anybody who believes for a millisecond that Cameron and Brown didn’t do it and May won’t.