Monday, September 13, 2010

DR DAVID KELLY AND 'MISSING NUCLEAR BOMBS'

Morocco

According to Gordon Bowden, at the Palestine Chronicle, 24 August 2010 (GlobalPost):

1. In 1991, Dr David Kelly oversaw the UK government's purchase of 3 battlefield plutonium bombs from South Africa.

David Cameron was sent by UK prime minister Thatcher to South Africa to seal the deal.

Reportedly the UK Treasury was overcharged by £17.8 million for the weapons. (Ex Dep. Asst. US Sec of State opens up a Pandora's Box.)

2. In 1991, in South Africa, Botha's white government was about to be handed over to the Black ANC.

The USA and UK asked Botha's Government to remove their 9 Bombs.

6 were to be sent to the USA for de-commissioning.

The other 3 were bought by the Thatcher government, for possible use against Saddam.

3. Reportedly, a Mr John Bredenkamp stole the 3 missiles.

He then sold them on the open market.

One of those stolen by Bredenkamp was detonated by NORTH KOREA on 25 May 2009.

1 comment:

stefz said...

Gordon Duff over at Veterans Today enjoys wiring about those missing nukes immensely...

e.g. BROKEN ARROW, THE MOST DANGEROUS WEAPONS OF ALL

... and claims that the US/UK have been lured into the occasional war in a vain attempt to recover them

The missing nuke scenario has already been loosely scripted and preprogrammed into Joe Public some time ago

Now would probably not be a good time to invest in Baltimore real estate

 
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