AFTER and BEFORE – Will U.K. Fear Appeasement cause U.S. to lose Passage!

AFTER and BEFORE – Will U.K. Fear Appeasement cause U.S. to lose Passage?


June 30, 2007

There were gobs of protest marches in northern Scotland about the activities of the U.S. while I was still in the NSA, so the bomb blast at the Glasgow Terminal should not really have surprised anyone, because many Scots and Terrorist Groups have long wanted to stop American activities in Scotland. My forefathers crossed out of Scotland into what is now known as Northern Ireland, during the time of the great William of Orange. I am an Orange Irishman – and we are not loved by the Green Irish of Ireland who are predominantly Catholic. I love both the Scots and the Irish, and what I am about to write is by no means meant to cast any criticism on the Scots, because it is their country and they are the ones who have the right to help us or hate us. I am hoping they will let us keep our bases there because we need them in a war that will come upon all the world, regardless of ethnic background or religion. I issued hundreds of forecasts (FBUK) for the outer and inner Hebrides, plus the valleys and highlands of Scotland from Glasgow to Aberdeen, from 1959 to 1961. I know the importance of this area. Rest assured this bombing is to get Scotland to tell us to get out, because it would give Islam what it wants once a final conflict begins.

Even before today’s bomb blast at the Scottish airport there have been countless demonstrations against allowing the United States to use the facilities in Scotland as a staging area for weapons (especially nuclear). The protests have been against our nuclear submarine facilities there, and against all types of weapons passing through Glasgow’s Airport on their way to be used against U.S. enemies. These protests have been going on for the last forty years.

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Article One gives the details of today’s car bomb ramming into the Glasgow Terminal. Article Two recounts a protest issued before today’s bombing occurred.

First read Article 2, which came out before today’s actual bombing, and then read Article 1, which covers the actual bombing.

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Considering protests have been going on this zone of Scotland, it will be easy to see why I asked, “Will UK fear cause us to lose passage?”

The title in Article Two might confuse the reader, so I should advise you that the “bomb” in Article Two refers to American planes carrying and transporting bombs through the Glasgow Airport.

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The “bomb” found in Article One is the terrorist bomb that exploded today in front of the Glasgow Terminal.

Article One


World Updates

June 30, 2007

Car rams into Scottish airport terminal – police

By Alistair Bell

GLASGOW, Scotland (Reuters) – A four-wheel-drive vehicle raced across a central reservation and rammed into the front doors of Glasgow airport’s main terminal on Saturday before exploding in flames, Glasgow police and witnesses said.

A Glasgow police spokeswoman said there were no immediate reports of any injuries and said the blaze was under control.

Witnesses told the BBC that the vehicle, a Land Rover or a Jeep Cherokee, had exploded shortly after crashing into the glass front doors of the terminal, and said there was a heavy stench of petrol.

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“It raced across the central reservation and went straight into the building,” said taxi driver Ian Crosby outside the terminal.

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Crosby said a stocky Asian man had got out of the car and was quickly tackled to the ground by bystanders.

“It would appear to me to have been a deliberate attack.

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I think this was a terrorist attack,” Crosby said.

A separate witness told Sky News that a man had attempted to take a gas cylinder from the car before the vehicle went up in flames, but that could not be independently confirmed.

Sky quoted Glasgow police as saying four people had been arrested in the wake of the incident.

The attack came a day after police in London foiled a plot involving two car bombs packed with fuel, gas canisters and nails that were parked in central London on Friday night and set to detonate.

Anti-terror police said the car bombs could have killed or maimed scores of people. A large-scale counter-terrorism operation has been launched in the wake of the thwarted plot, which came less than two years after 52 commuters were killed in a series of suicide bomb blasts on London’s transport system.

In Glasgow, another witness told the BBC he was not sure that the car was intended to be a bomb as the explosion that occurred after it crashed was relatively small.

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The witness, Stephen Clarkson, who said he had helped tackle one of the occupants of the vehicle to the ground, said another Asian man from the vehicle was badly burnt in the incident. He was also detained and taken away by police, he said.

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“There was chaos at the airport,” James Edgar, another witness, told Sky News. “Suddenly everyone said to get out of the airport.”

BAA, which manages the airport, was not immediately available to comment.

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Glasgow airport handles around 8.5 million passengers a year according to its Web site, and would have been packed with holidaymakers at the time of the incident, which took place at around 1520 (1420 GMT), according to Glasgow police.


Begin Article Two


Fury at airport bomb flights role

Residents and politicians in Ayrshire have voiced anger after the US used Prestwick Airport as a stopover while transporting bombs to Israel.

Community councils in the town demanded answers and said they intend to write to the Foreign Office and US Government expressing their concerns.

Community chairperson Archie Monkhouse said: “We don’t want aircraft and armoury flying in built-up areas.”

MSPs and MPs called for a halt to further US arms shipments.

Brian Donohoe, MP for Central Ayrshire, called for an “urgent meeting” with Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett MP.

He said: “Having made representations in the past to have more military flights using Prestwick Airport, it would be duplicitous of me to call for any end to military flights.

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“However, if the United States is not carrying out procedures correctly, then this must be looked into.”

He added: “I believe the government needs to take a tougher stance with Israel.”

‘Accessory to violence’

Alex Salmond MP, leader of the Scottish National Party, said: “The UK should be joining the rest of the world in bringing about such a ceasefire.

“We should not be an accessory to the escalation of violence in the Middle East.”

He described the silence from the executive as “deafening”.

Sandra Osbourne, Labour MP for Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock, highlighted an earlier controversy over reports that the airport had been used for US rendition flights.

She said: “This is further unwelcome publicity for Prestwick Airport.

“I don’t think locally we’d welcome Prestwick Airport being used as America’s aircraft carrier.”

John Scott, Conservative MSP for Ayr, said he was “extremely concerned”.

He added: “I don’t believe we should be sustaining the conflict by allowing ordinance of this nature to go through Prestwick when it is apparently bringing such destruction to both sides of the conflict.”

Mr Scott’s colleague and fellow Conservative South of Scotland MSP, Phil Gallie, said Prestwick Airport existed to provide a service.

He added: “It is quite entitled to continue providing a service.”

‘Peaceful solutions’

Irene Oldfather, Labour MSP for Cunninghame South, said: “Prestwick is a civil airport used by thousands of civilians each day and I certainly do not think it is appropriate for such an airport to be used for this purpose.”

Rosie Kane, Scottish Socialist Party MSP for Glasgow, said Prestwick’s geographical position was being “used and abused”.

She said: “Blair and Bush have been complicit in their silence and are arming a disproportionate attack on, for the most part, innocent people.

“The executive better stick their neck out and have something to say.

“All that should fly through airports is medicine, food and diplomacy.”

Green MSPs called for the Scottish Executive, UK Government and Prestwick Airport authorities to prevent further use of the airport by US flights carrying arms to Israel.

Chris Ballance, Green MSP for South of Scotland and speaker on peace, said: “Scotland should be working for peaceful solutions in the Middle East, not facilitating this brutal conflict.

“First Minister Jack McConnell has a chance to send the strong and unequivocal message that Scotland deplores the violence in the Middle East and will play no part in fuelling it.”

In Prestwick, local people expressed their surprise and anger that military flights had passed so close to their homes.

Pat Robertson, chair of Prestwick North community council, said: “Personally, I think they have a confounded cheek.

‘Kept informed’

“I don’t think these things should be near houses, they should’ve gone to a military airport.

“It is a safety issue and I’ll be looking at why this happened.”

Mr Monkhouse, chair of Prestwick South community council, said: “The general view is we were not impressed and not pleased.

“We intend to write to the Foreign Office and the Americans expressing our concerns.

“It makes us a target.

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They have to refuel someplace but why here?

“We don’t want these aircraft and armoury flying about in built up areas.”

A spokesman for First Minister Jack McConnell said: “Aviation and foreign affairs are both areas which are the reserved responsibility of the UK Government.

“It is entirely appropriate these matters are being handled by the foreign secretary.

“The first minister is pleased that Margaret Beckett is looking into this matter and he is being kept informed by his officials.”

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