Saturday, 5 December 2009
The Strange Death of Dr Kelly
You will all remember the aftermath of the Second Gulf War, where politicians in both Britain and the US began to question the reasons for going to war.
The UN was told by Bush and Blair that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction and despite concerted efforts, postwar, nothing was ever found to suggest that Iraq possessed WMD's.
In Britain a Parliamentary Inquiry was undertaken to investigate the original claim.
One of the principal witnesses was a chap called Dr David Kelly, a government scientist who was considered to be one of the World's leading experts in this field.
A quiet and unassuming man who was clearly uncomfortable in the media spotlight.
The evidence he gave at the inquiry was to say the least damning for Mr Blair's government.
Shortly afterwards he was found dead, in a local beauty spot, close to where he lived.
His family to this day, say that he was not the suicidal type, but the subsequent inquest stated that he took his own life.
In today's paper a group of six physicians have stated that he was murdered by persons unknown.
Consider this: The Inquest was set up by Lord Falconer, an ex-flat mate of Tony Blair, who appointed Lord Hutton to oversee the inquiry.
The six doctors in question have asked for a judicial review on the basis that certain questions have not been satisfactorily answered by the original inquiry.
I will quote verbatim the six points they wish to have answered:
1.Why was the cause of death found to be a haemorrhage, when hardly any blood was found around the body?
2.Who were the mystery men seen around the time of Dr Kelly's death, near where his body was found?
3.Why were there no fingerprints on the knife that Dr Kelly supposedly used to slit his wrists?
4.Why did the police investigation into Dr Kelly's death apparently begin before he even set off for his final walk, let alone before his body was found?
5.Why were there claims that Dr Kelly took 29 painkillers, when only a fifth of one tablet was found in his stomach?
6.Was Dr Kelly's body moved after death?
Dr David Kelly's family have never believed that he committed suicide and for six eminent physicians to consider that the original enquiry was flawed makes you wonder why the government is reticent to investigate this issue in detail.
Let us look at Tony Blair for a moment.
A public schoolboy whose father was a life long member of the Conservative Party, Blair meets Cherie Booth a rabid socialist.
Blair joins the Labour Party at a time when it is in terminal decline and meets a traditional Labour supporter called Gordon Brown.
Over time a deal is struck, they create a new concept called 'New Labour', which is little more than a Conservative variant.
Blair says to Brown, you get me traditional Labour support and I will win the election, after one term I will hand over to you, OK says Brown and the rest is history.
Not only does Blair betray his original roots, he betrays his relationship with the Labour Party, Gordon Brown and his so called Christian beliefs by converting to the Catholic Church.
What we have here is a man that the World cannot trust and who is ruthless enough to arrange the death of a government scientist who could potentially expose him.
A previous Chief of the General Staff has gone so far as to suggest this man should stand trial for War Crimes.
I leave it to you to make up your own mind.