Monday, October 13, 2014


Since December last year, the UK authorities have been taking the Gaul families for a ride: Hull Daily Mail -
(In December, last year, evidence about the fact that the chairs of the families' associations had been in fact shilling for the government and the other opposing parties to the detriment of the rest of the victims' families was about to emerge.)

There has never been any plausible reason to suspect that the bones found in Russia belonged to the crew of the Gaul. The story concocted on this subject was part of the continued and expanding cover-up.

More to come..

UPDATE 31 October 2014: The government is under renewed pressure to stop the facts (regarding the collusion between the parties) from being acknowledged.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Aye, Scotland

In politics, the sure sign that you are doing something right is the mainstream media, in unison, berating it. 

This is the case now with the Scottish independence referendum, which global vested interests and regional profiteers would like to result in a re-affirmation of the status quo. We are inseparable – we are tied together - we’ve had the same recent history. Yet, under the pressures and derangements of a corrupt political system, we have lived very different lives. 

The UK media, usually so vexed by allogens, are now opposing ethnic divisions, spreading the most absurd scares, while the Prime Minister looks disconsolate at the prospect of splitting up the UK. The Labour party have several dogs in this fight, which, in the event of a Yes result, might have to stop feeding themselves from the Westminster bowls. 

We hope that the Scots will vote for independence, that they will have the courage to break away from the dysfunctionality and corruption of the Westminster nucleus. How can having your vital interests filtered through this thick layer of slime be in any way profitable? 

So, we would urge the Scots to put their kilts on this Thursday and vote YES. There is nothing to fear – only blatant lies and Gordon Brown – hair unshorn, hands raised in quivering frustration – delivering his apocalyptic soliloquies.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

More corruption

Finally, we'll be able to release evidence of two UK judges perverting the course of justice and of one barrister (acting for the Department for Transport) lying in court and on oath.

Both the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court have been made aware of this situation.

It must come as a reflex to our government departments to deal with lawyers who commit legal malpractice to the detriment of "their clients". (They did the same in the the Gaul and the other formal inquiries.)

Friday, July 25, 2014

Jewish problem - part 1

Our rulers don't keep their promises afraid* of the criminals who prosper under their rule.

There have been arguments about the Jewish legal professionals who 'represented' the Gaul victims' families at the 2004 RFI or were otherwise involved with the inquiry, the threats and the trouble they have caused us. (Apparently, or so we have been told, restoring justice in the Gaul case, telling the truth and criticising a few individuals would reflect unfavorably upon the whole Jewish community in Britain. This is nonsense.)

* There have been suggestions - and we wrote about this before - that securing unity across political parties with some noble purpose in view such as opposing military action etc. was the reason why the government needed to accommodate crime. This, however, is not true, it doesn't and it shouldn't have anything to do with us; it is just putting a gloss on what has been in fact nothing more than a sordid quid pro quo.


Wednesday, July 23, 2014


A specific form of ubiquity is the misreality that swarms around us. It consists of the great body of information that we ingest daily that is slanted, false or so subtly transformed that we don’t think to question it.” Jason B. Ohler 

The British press would not miss any occasion to peddle myths, even those that have been repeatedly and authoritatively debunked during the Gaul public inquiries. 

Publishing an obituary in its 23rd of June edition, The Scotsman thought it appropriate to use that somber occasion in order to breathe new life into the Gaul spy ship tale: 

It was at this time, February 1974 at the height of the Cold War that the FV Gaul, a fishing factory ship, mysteriously vanished with 36 crew on board on the night of 8-9 February in the Barents Sea. This was the very area the Explorer operated in. Ian believed the Soviets knew spying was going on but mistook the Gaul for the spy ship and sunk it. The full report into the sinking is still secret.” 

Examination of wreck has produced no evidence whatsoever to show that the Gaul had been deliberately sunk. The full report into the sinking is and has been public since 2004, of course.

Friday, July 04, 2014

Black and white

Those involved in the conduct and the cover-up of the Gaul, Derbyshire and Trident miscarriages of justice can blackmail the current government and the Crown (with their constant demands for inquiries), can intimidate, rouse the rabble and issue threats via all the state institutions that Labour infiltrated while in power, interfere with the already corrupt justice system, but they cannot efface black and white evidence of their wrongdoing. The evidence (of which both the government and the Crown are well aware, and which they seem to be using as counterbalance to the threats of exposure leveled at them*), unluckily for some, exists - annoying, unequivocal and uneffaceable and soon to be made public.

No amount of cunning and political horse trading or privileges afforded to certain ethnic minorities in Britain can compensate for bad luck.

* The child abuse inquiry being just one of the latest examples of which they are clearly terrified. We cannot understand why the Royal family would be so frightened about historic cases of child abuse, especially, it seems, about that involving Kincora boys' home.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Muscles and Magna Carta

"We need to be far more muscular in promoting British values and the institutions that uphold them" Prime Minister David Cameron recently advised, urging that Magna Carta should become part of the school curriculum. LINK

Does he know that this clause is contained in the Charter:
No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled. Nor will we proceed with force against him except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land. To no one will we sell, to no one deny or delay right or justice.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014


As suggested earlier, there is a lot more to say about the Gaul - information that the government expects to be released as well as information that they don't expect to surface.

If the British Police were truly accountable, they would have a lot to answer for and explain their role in the harassment of witnesses and various other related criminal actions. As far as we are concerned, we shall do our best to make sure that they will.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Stability expertise

The video clip below contains some relevant facts and straight talking from ship stability expert, Capt Paul Roden on the recent Korean ferry disaster.
Had UK's public inquiry experts been involved in the initial investigation of this tragedy, I doubt that their 'expertise' would have been accepted so placidly by the Korean victims' families.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014


How UK government has to 'bribe' Labour to make them more peace-loving.

The dancing around with the evidence of wrongdoing by the former Labour government is Cameron government's handiwork.

The myth peddled at the moment is that unity between political factions is necessary in order to make common front against the threat of military aggression abroad. As if probity and justice were now the only obstacles against peace. This maybe the case in the US.

The reality in the UK, however, is more trivial than that, and the main reason for discarding probity and justice (and when things don't go the desired way, Mr Blair's cage gets a bit of rattling) here seems to be the current government's fear - fear shared at the highest levels of the State - of the outcome of criminal investigations against Mr Cameron's allies and friends and their impact on the public, as well as losing the promise of an easy ride from Labour at the forthcoming elections.