clothcap (clothcap) wrote,

Lockerbie: Will Cameron resign in time to save tens of thousands of Syrian civilians from NATO?

We know that Sarkozy wanted the entire Gaddafi family killed because of his dealings with Goldman Sachs in connection with Libyan investments and because of the Libyan gov't secretly paying for Sarkozy's election campaign.
Cameron's reasons for wanting Gaddafi dead have always appeared superficial, Lockerbie and the assination of the WPC. Most that followed the Libyan destruction attributed Cameron's puppeteers with his actions. Responsibility for the Lockerbie atrocity was misdirection of attribution and the assassination of the WPC outside the Libyan embassy couldn't have been carried out from inside the embassy.
Another reason for the Lockerbie atrocity emerged, killing one innocent to hide a crime. If true and Cameron had any involvement, even prior knowledge, he should be removed from office under police escort.
Also we know elements of the CIA involved in running drugs from Afghanistan wanted the evidence that was in its entirety on flight 103 destroyed, Gaddafi may have had info supporting this.
MI5-6 are strongly implicated. It is fairly certain the bomb was put aboard the jet at Heathrow by an asset. Both services work closely with the CIA and Mossad under Rothschild.

Of the 270 people murdered at Lockerbie on 21 December 1988, Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations and U.N. Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson, was obviously a target. Yet the Lockerbie investigators (CIA, FBI and the Scottish Police) failed to undertake even the most cursory of investigations into Bernt Carlsson's murder.
Commissioner Carlsson was to have taken charge of Namibia on 22 December 1988 immediately after apartheid South Africa had signed an agreement at U.N. headquarters giving up its illegal occupation of the country. In a 29 September 1987 TV interview, Carlsson had warned that he intended to start proceedings against the countries and firms which had been defying U.N. law over many years by stealing billions of pounds-worth of Namibia's natural resources. Among those facing U.N. compensation claims were: the diamond mining firm De Beers; the apartheid regime of South Africa; Rio Tinto Group, owners of the Rössing uranium mine; and, the government of Iran which today still owns 15% of Rössing and, in 1988-89, received large shipments of uranium from Namibia.
Because Bernt Carlsson died at Lockerbie, none of these prosecutions ever took place. Now, more than 21 years after the Lockerbie disaster, it is probably too late to seek compensation from the offending countries and firms. However, the lapse of time cannot allow the murder of a senior U.N. diplomat to go unpunished. Therefore, the U.N. must investigate the targeting of Bernt Carlsson on Pan Am Flight 103.
On 20 May 2012, the so-called "Lockerbie bomber" Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, who is innocent of the crime, finally succumbed to cancer. The UN must now establish a Commission of Inquiry to investigate the crime of Lockerbie, and authorise the Commission to refer the case to the International Court of Justice for action to be taken against both the individuals and country or countries involved in the targeting of Bernt on Pan Am Flight 103.
Continues with petitions calling for the UN to investigate Megrahi's false imprisonment and the targetting of Carlsson and a list of relevant articles -

This is U.N. Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson, being interviewed in 'World In Action' documentary 'The Case of the Disappearing Diamonds' and threatening legal action against "All the companies which are carrying out activities in Namibia which have not been authorised by the United Nations."

LOCKERBIE PMQs FOR DAVID CAMERON April 2011 by P. Haseldine.
Every Wednesday, when the UK Parliament is sitting, the Leader of the Opposition Ed Miliband is allocated six Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) to put to David Cameron, who is expected to answer truthfully. The Prime Minister is not given advance notice of these PMQs but can generally avoid giving a straight answer without entailing political consequences for himself or his government. For David Cameron, the subject of Lockerbie could prove to be an exception to the PMQ rule and cause his resignation.
Ed Miliband just has to 'ask' David Cameron these six PMQs related to Lockerbie (the answers might be interesting but essentially do not matter - Hansard and the resultant publicity should deliver the coup de grâce to Mr Cameron's premiership):

PMQ1. Can the Prime Minister confirm that he visited apartheid South Africa just three months after the 21 December 1988 Lockerbie disaster which killed United Nations Assistant Secretary-General and UN Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson?
PMQ2. Does the Prime Minister share his ennobled Conservative predecessor’s view of the Rössing Uranium Mine in Namibia, which Baroness Thatcher visited in March 1989 and which she said made her “proud to be British”?
PMQ3. Is the Prime Minister aware that the Rössing Uranium Mine is owned jointly by the Rio Tinto Group and the Iranian Government, and in 1989 was supplying Iran with uranium in contravention of the UN law which prohibited the exploitation of Namibia’s natural resources?
PMQ4. Is the Prime Minister aware that UN Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson, had warned prior to his death at Lockerbie that he intended to prosecute Iran and apartheid South Africa for illegally exploiting Namibia’s uranium and diamond gemstones?
PMQ5. Can the Prime Minister confirm that Bernt Carlsson was targeted on Pan Am Flight 103 of 21 December 1988 by Iran and by apartheid South Africa, and therefore that Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, Muammar Gaddafi and Libya were wrongly accused of the Lockerbie bombing?
PMQ6. Will the Prime Minister now congratulate Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill for releasing the wrongly convicted "Lockerbie bomber", Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, who would otherwise have died in jail?
Continues with references - and

Patrick Haseldine has assembled a complete timeline of articles that provide a full background to the Lockerbie atrocity from the perspective of Carlsson being the target.

The head on the festering Libya boil. Aiding, arming and funding terrorists.
State Dept. Report: Jihadist Leaders of Obama-Backed Libyan Rebellion Fought Against U.S. in Iraq
The special Accountability Review Board that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton set up to investigate the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, says that among the leaders of the 2011 Libyan revolution that President Barack Obama backed with U.S. military force—but without congressional authorization—were Benghazi-based jihadists who had fought against the United States in Iraq.
Full story

It would be surreal to suggest Cameron was unaware that he was backing terrorists in Libya (LIFG, AQIM).
It would be even more surreal to suggest he is unaware that he is supporting AQAP, AQIM, al Nusra, LIFG, Iraqi AQ, Saudi Salafi Jihadists, Mujahideen, Hamas, AQ in Syria, hundreds of death row prisoners from Saudi, Muslim Brotherhood and assorted other terrorist groups by aiding the insurgency in Syria.

Supporting terrorists and or terrorism is an international crime. Cameron must be called to account.

Tags: cameron libya, cameron must answer, cameron supports terrorism, cameron syria, lockerbie and bernt carlsson

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