Saturday, February 23, 2008

MI6; ASSASSINATIONS; MOSSAD


MI6 has been accused of assassinating Princess Diana.

Reportedly, MI6 has a long history of involvement in assassinations.

Richard M Bennett, in Asia Times, June 2003, made the following points about the UK security services and assassinations

1. In the early 1970s Rafael Eitan, head of the Mossad hit-squad known as the 'Kidon', toured Northern Ireland and the Special Air Services (SAS) base in Hereford, England.

Shortly after his visit there were big changes in UK security policy, including the setting up of what was to become the Force Reconnaissance Unit (FRU) .

The FRU was involved in the targeting of Irish Republicans for assassination by death squads. The FRU may have been involved in the de Menezes killing.

NOTE: Nathaniel Mayer Victor Rothschild was very influential within the UK security services. (aangirfan: MI5 and MI6 .)

Edward Heath in 1970 made Rothschild the head of the government's Central Policy Review Staff.

In the book 'The Fifth Man', by Roland Perry, Pan Books London 1994, Roland Perry puts the case that Rothschild was a major spy who helped Israel.

According to ex-KGB Colonel 'F' and KGB officer Yuri Modin, Rothschild was the key to much of the penetration of British Intelligence.


2. Mossad's Kidon hit-team assassinated two Palestinians terrorists in London. (Asia Times)

One was found dead in his London hotel room. The second fell under the wheels of a car in High Holborn.

3. In 1988, three Irish Republican Army (IRA) members were killed in Gibraltar by the SAS (UK special forces).

Reportedly, it was Mossad who had tracked the IRA men.

4. Reportedly, Tony Blair has cooperated with Mossad who are thought to have a hit list of people living in the UK.

5. In 1956, George Young, deputy chief of MI6, supported the idea of assassinating President Nasser.

NOTE: At the beginning of the Suez Crisis, MI6 developed a plan to assassinate Nasser using nerve gas. Prime Minister Eden gave his approval. (Gamal Nasser)

6. In 1960, Howard Smith, a senior Foreign Office official, who was later boss of MI5, argued in an official document for the assassination of Congo's leader Patrice Lumumba.

7. In 1972, John Wyman of MI6 recruited the Littlejohn brothers to carry out bank robberies and bomb attacks in the Republic of Ireland.

Wyman said to them that there was "going to be a policy of political assassination" for which they were to make themselves available.

Wyman gave the Littlejohns a list of IRA leaders to assassinate; these included Seamus Costello, Sean Qarland and Sean McStiofain.

8. MI6 can call upon the SAS, and similar special forces units, to carry out assassinations.

9. MI6 can "sub-contract it to Mossad", according to a former British agent quoted by Peter Hillmore and Ed Vulliamy in "Spies: the Beautiful and the damned" (The Observer, October 12, 1997).

Possible examples were the deaths of (A) the British inventor of the Iraqi "Supergun", Gerald Bull and (B) the 1990 death of Jonathan Moyle, editor of the British trade journal Defence Helicopter World.

In 2003, Meir Dagan, boss of Mossad, met Eliza Manningham Buller, boss of MI5, and Richard Dearlove, boss of MI6.

(In 2005, the London tube bombings took place.)


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