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The Dunblane Conspiracy

What kind of dirt could the CIA possibly have on Tony Blair that would compel him, a nominal socialist who lived through the Thatcher Era, to jump through hoops unequivocally supporting anything that comes out of the Whitehouse? Well, these people reckon that he's protecting a high-ranking paedophile ring involving many senior government officials, and suggests that his born-again Neo-Conservative beliefs may be the result of his being blackmailed by US intelligence agencies over this. Supposedly the Dunblane school massacre was connected to this, and the truth about the massacre has been sealed under the 100-year rule.
There are only three levels of secrecy in the UK for state secrets, the 30 year rule, the 80 year rule and the 100 year rule. Normal secrets, like Cabinet discussions, government papers, espionage, all that, are under the 30 year rule. Only a very small number of things ever reached the 80 year rule, particularly events in the Sudan with Kitchener in 1902, where it seems that an act of genocide was committed... Of them, the darkest of state secrets, when the events of '02 were getting a bit close to their limit for comfort, a further class of secrets was created to last a hundred years, and tiny number of things were put in it - e.g. Kitchener in '02, some World War I things." But none of these things can be said to apply to Dunblane. That was a case of a common criminal [and] sexual pervert committing some fairly ordinary murders, of a kind that happen from time to time. There must be issues of profound national importance working here, and I put it to you that anything that involves certain events in Scotland is more likely to be someone of cabinet level than anything else.
Of course, given the nature of the site this was posted on, its credibility may be somewhat questionable. Can anybody shed any light on it? (via Leviathan)

There are 13 comments on "The Dunblane Conspiracy":

Posted by: Ben Laden http://leviathan.weblogs.com Sun Mar 16 12:54:08 2003

Well I think David Icke has been carrying on about this stuff for a while, however it may well be there is something to it. After all, this 100 year supression thing is all very irregular. Hmm, I must see what VOMIT (Victims of Masonic Inspired Terrorism) have to say about it if I can find their URL.

Posted by: acb http://dev.null.org Sun Mar 16 13:12:53 2003

Yes; I wonder what the relationship between the high-ranking paedophile ring in Parliament and the giant shape-shifting lizards in Buckingham Palace is like.

Posted by: Alex http:// Sun Mar 16 14:10:11 2003

I've been wondering what it was that the US has over both the UK and Terror Australis; it had to be more than just a funny-handshake-brigade directive.

(Perhaps it's a summary of proof of the theory that the events of 9/11 were allowed to happen, or as some of the tinfoil hat brigade allege, performed by the US gubmint itself. "We can do this to you" would be a fairly convincing argument.)

Posted by: acb http://dev.null.org Sun Mar 16 14:25:36 2003

I don't think they'd need much over Australia, given what a dyed-in-the-wool neocon Howard is. Maybe if Labor was in power they'd need to threaten another Whitlam-style dismissal, perhaps suggesting that this time the CIA's appointed ruler won't be Malcolm Fraser.

Posted by: VICTIM http:// Thu Sep 8 15:39:49 2005

One link is George Robertson, formerly MP, mason and subsequently secretary general of NATO. He acted as a referee on Thomas Hamilton's application for a firearms certificate, stating that he knew no reason why Hamilton should be refused ownership of a firearm and that Hamilton was of "sound character". Robertson's son also attended the school in Dunblaine where the atrocity took place and was one of Hamilton's "special boys", accompanying him on his "camping trips". Upsetting as this subject is, please read more about it. There's a lot of info on the internet, including the full Cullen Report, which makes for very, very interesting reading. The whole thing stinks of cover-up and lies by omission.

Posted by: Andrew Milner Wed May 10 11:52:28 2006

For a long time I felt the CIA must have been blackmailing Blair over some dark secret from his (or Labour's) past. However, admittedly subjectively, I now feel that Blair pragmatically decided that there was a massive difference between Britain enjoying America's cooperation as opposed to US indifference, or worse the US actively working against Britain's best interests. Also, Desert Storm went well, so why quit when youÂ’re winning. It pains me to write this, because for the past year I fall asleep with the incantation: "Misfortune to Tony Blair". Seems to be working.

Posted by: The Investigator Mon Apr 13 10:23:15 2009

It seems that too many conspiracies are getting sloppy and leaving evidence for us to pickup on. I beleive that some 'Acts' are put in place so we pick away at it and take our eyes of 'the ball' as it were.

The day of the tragedy, i had been at court and was walking to the bus station when i think the whole Falkirk (not far from dunblane) police service and their vehicles drove past me and i remember thinking something BIG must have happened as it seemed like EVERY vehicle in their arsenal passed with their blue an twos on. Since the government are supposed to be working on our behalfs, why dont we just start a similar 'we the people' as in america and force these bastards to show us what we want. Such as: ALL information reguarding Dunblane also the Jean Paul DeMenizez shooting and the July 7th bombings in London. All very suspicious BUT i want to know about the polotitians that are Paedo's caught by the FBI but Tony Bliar slapped a 99 Year D-Notice (ithink its called) on it.

THERE ARE TOO MANY SECRETS !!

Posted by: lovetomankind Sun Jan 31 14:49:44 2010

Australian Open 2010. Andy Murray from Dunblane, double shadow on ball,.. something seemed unexplained. Things to do with choking and Micheal Hutchence, something I heard a few days into the Australian Open.. The newspaper today, Sunday. Pictures of Brian Naylor and Peter Hitchener (ch 9)- thoughts about the elvis helicopter and the new fire warning levels. I sat with this and cleared the vibration of the warning system and felt energy from the year before. There had been a politician in the stands with an older male, who to me appeared obviously gay. My impression of the man, much older than the female politician he was with was of a man that may be attracted to younger men.

Whilst watching the tennis, I thought why elvis, what was it about elvis. I could only think he had married a 14 yr old girl. I had also thought during the day, when reading the paper that someone thought it was something that people did but that the general population had not caught up with acceptance of..

Posted by: lovetomankind Sun Jan 31 14:59:54 2010

continuing, from the victorian fires, there was the feeling of energy being turned around. Our old house had been bought at morgagees auction by the Naylor nephew and when I went past just after the fires which had been on the other side of the city, I noted what seemed like a farm gate. I could turn the energy back around. It was like the 2 ends of the city had been used to mirror or confuse. The Mornington peninsula had excellent fire brakes in a spacious residential area... the other side of the state seemed almost casual. Its like disorientating instincts.

2 other things, as my recall of this is not in sequence. A rather revolting noise in a building next door. My car being stolen and returned, all items gone, but the car back. Alot of items from my car stolen the same time the year before.

Links from who I live with to politics, the Naylor family and links to Micheal Hutchence. I went on Saturday too, to a block of flats that sometimes feels like its superimposed on our flat. I believe it helped.

Posted by: lovetomankind Sun Jan 31 15:01:33 2010

What I am writing might seem disjointed, but I am working thru things and I know that some aspect of it carries some truth. I just cant quite put my finger on which part.

Posted by: acb http://dev.null.org/acb/ Sun Jan 31 23:34:46 2010

Good luck with that.

Posted by: T-Total Wed Jun 2 22:31:58 2010

You're talking about Tony Blair, but Dunblane happened in '96 when Blair was bought into power only in '97, so how could he be put up to it by the CIA and to cover it up, maybe the government wished to put a ban on handguns and there wasn't a real call for it until this happened. But don't give me any of this bull about it being a Blair cover up when it had fuck all to do with him, and don't say it wasn't real because my friends child was murdered by a sick fucker.

Posted by: donkeyhead Sun Apr 17 15:24:54 2011

Whilst Blair IS and was untrustworthy, that article reminds me of a Daily Mail article - twisting facts and sensationalising things. For example, the part where it says about letters being "exchanged with the Queen" - that suggests a relationship with the Queen, whereas in reality all the guy did was write a letter to the Queen. Even if he got a reply, it was likely not from the Queen herself and likely simply referred the guy to the judicial system to deal with his complaints. That website certainly IS a "propaganda matrix" - it espouses propaganda. Also seems to like scams like the advert at the top of the page. On the bright side, seems to support Ron Paul for President.

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