“The Worst Thing That Can Happen” is Real
The Only Question is Timing
By Gordon Duff,
Someday, perhaps soon, a nuclear weapon will destroy a city, America, Europe, it’s only a matter of time. Behind the scenes, however, the stage is being set and things are in motion. Intelligence agencies around the world are on it, working but not always optimistic they will succeed. The problem, of course, is that not all intelligence agencies want to succeed.
Chairman for West Oxfordshire Tory Party, Christopher Shale was found dead in a toilet cubicle at Glastonbury Festival the day after his interview with the Mail On Sunday was published. Significantly in the interview Shale had criticised his own party for being, as he put it: “voracious”, “grasping” and “always seen to be on the take”.His comments on the economy echoed what many felt, that it could not be coincidence that almost every country in the world was facing economic collapse simultaneously. Tory leader, Prime Minister Cameron was said to have been furious with this rising star in the party for his forthrightness.
Shale was a big music fan and had friends in pop music, charitable fundraising and banking and coupled with his insider knowledge, his outspokenness posed a potential threat to the establishment.
He regularly received a newsletter from Rwanda, which claimed that grasping voracious moneylenders were breaking-up every country in the world. The newsletter must have made a deep impression on Shale with its references to “grasping and voracious money-grabbers” because he later used these exact terms to describe the Tory Party.
Avon and Somerset police force cover Glastonbury festival and they had a lot of undercover officers working the fields after Shale’s death.
This police force has a better name than most and is less tainted with corruption so gets more public support, and people were soon talking about the death of a popular rising politician.
Like many music festivals drugs are rife, particularly the area around the toilet cubicles with the relative privacy they offer. But with upwards of 200, 000 people at Glastonbury the area around these toilets isn’t salubrious. In fact hygienically it is literally the pits, with the vast number of people using them.
So what was 56-year-old Christopher Shale doing there, particularly when he had a luxury motor home nearby with its own private shower and toilet?
To forgo his private toilet facilities to use one of these dirty public cubicles just does not add up.
Did this politician with his plans to modernise the Tory Party speak out to loudly and pay with his life?
The family of Christopher Shale say they have been told it is almost certain that he died of a heart attack, despite a pathologist being unable to determine an official cause of death.
Just like Robin Cook, who opposed arms sales and the invasion of Iraq and who died of heart failure while walking in the Scottish hills, despite his never having had heart problems.
From the way Christopher Shale died experts can tell who did it because of what the intelligence community call ‘tells’; tell-tale signs or signatures that distinguish a murder made to look like death by misadventure: like Robin Cook, Dr David Kelly and now maybe Christopher Shale too.
Lets hope the Avon & Somerset police force are as good as their reputation and investigate this properly.
Let’s refresh our minds about what happened in 1989 when a young Tory researcher, David Cameron (under the apron strings of Maggie Thatcher), went to South Africa on a sanctions-busting all-expenses-paid trip (paid by ARMSCOR) to Pellindaba, a nuclear weapons facility. David Cameron was accompanied by Sir Kenneth Warren and the purpose of the trip was to purchase three, battlefield ready 20kt nuclear bombs that the Conservatives wanted to use on Saddam in the event he did not toe the line.
Under the UN radar, South Africa, with the help of Israel, developed ten bombs and test fired one at Prince Edward Island to the South of the country. This left nine weapons that caused South Africa, US, UK and Israel great concern as they did not want them to fall into the hands of the next black regime.
The plan was to ship the entire load to Chicago for decommissioning, but Maggie Thatcher had other ideas and so just before she left office she signed an Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) document that listed them as being three cylinders! They were prepared and shipped in standard 20-foot sea containers from Durban to Oman without any security. There was a hidden observation window so that the core temperature could be checked as required.
The deal was arranged privately using British taxpayers money and involving arms dealer John Bredenkamp with the assistance of Sir Mark Thatcher and many high profile politicians. £17.8 million was siphoned off and went into the Tory Party Election Fund; which was exposed by the Labour Party in Parliament by Lord Doug Hoyle and Margaret Beckett MP and is listed in Hansard June 22 1993 from Column 197.
The nuclear bombs arrived in Oman and were put into an insecure compound and checked by Dr. David Kelly who had the responsibility to look after the weapons and check that they were in good condition prior to the release of the money. (So you see dear Dr. Kelly knew too much). Some time later the three weapons were stolen by the same arms dealer, John Bredenkamp, and sold on the black market. It was believed that these weapons found their way to Iraq, but were then moved into Syria in three ambulances as they were highly mobile.
The Delta Force was sent to Indiana to recover it from a warehouse. It may have been found, we hope so. However, we do have multiple confirmations of the reports and the search. A local news channel showed up and filmed it of all things.
Friends say Mr Shale suffered a massive heart attack. But Michael Eavis, the festival organiser, hinted at something more sinister when he suggested to journalists that it was a suicide.
Speaking at a press conference he said: “Apparently, I’m told it was a suicide situation in the early hours of this morning. He was in the Winnebago area and he was found on the other side of the site. It is very, very sad.”
The suggestion of suicide was quickly ruled out by police sources and friends of Mr Shale.
Tributes to Mr Shale came from the highest offices of Government. Mr Cameron said he was “devastated” and described Mr Shale as “a rock”.
Andrew Mitchell, the International Development Secretary, knew Mr Shale from trips they had been on in Rwanda as part of a project to help young Africans prepare for work.
He said: “He was a wonderful man whose zest for life and love of his family and friends coloured everything he did. For his close friends his company was like a freshly opened bottle of champagne. I can hardly bear to accept that he will not be with us.”
Mr Shale was a veteran of the festival. Although he and his family camped off the site, he would buy tickets for the VIP area each year so that they could enjoy the facilities.