Wednesday, February 08, 2012

THE ROYAL AIRFORCE

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The job of the Royal Airforce is to indulge in sex orgies, kill innocent civilians and help run concentration camps?

1. Foxy Roxy is a former RAF sergeant.

Transsexual Foxy Roxy has been jailed for offering sex services with a 15-year-old boy.

(Former Royal Airforce Force sergeant Foxy Roxy.)

In court, Foxy Roxy admitted a charge of keeping a brothel.

Police raided his home in Cliftonville, Kent, in December 2010 and discovered the boy.

Foxy Roxy served in the RAF for 23 years

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2. The Sun newspaper had a headline: "Forces' Boozy Mayhem on Falklands - Sex for sale, RAF girls lap-dancing, and nude flasher in low-flying Chinook".

(Sex, Drink, Scandals)

According to the newspaper: an RAF helicopter crewman hung naked from the back of a low flying Chinook helicopter and exposed himself to women below; and RAF women stripped for topless photographs and lap-danced in their underwear.

The aim in Afghanistan is to bomb wedding parties?

3. In the UK, during World war II, Dr. Kurt Lewin was the director of the Strategic Bombing Survey.

This was the plan for the Royal Air Force to concentrate on bombing civilians, not munition plants.

"The munition plants belonged to the international bankers who had no wish to see their assets destroyed."

The idea behind saturation bombing of civilian worker housing was to break the morale of the civilians.

(BOMBING OF CIVILIANS IN LIBYA DELIBERATE?)

Caen in France was bombed by the RAF. "The RAF bombing raids in Normandy following the D-Day invasion were 'close to a war crime', a leading British historian has claimed. Antony Beevor has singled out Bomber Command's massive raids on the key city of Caen for particular criticism, describing the terrible suffering of French civilians trapped in the city as it was virtually destroyed." http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1187092/D-Day-bomb-raids-close-war-crime-says-author.html#ixzz1lmLGM6Ib

4. On 7 February 2012, we read about the RAF and a secret detention camp.

In 2003, in Iraq, two RAF helicopters took a number of detainees to a prison camp.

One man on board, 'Tanik Mahmud', was apparently beaten to death by RAF personnel.

The alleged culprits faced no charges.

Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas Mercer told an inquiry that several people had died in UK military custody.

'Tanik Mahmud' was one of 64 people detained by soldiers of the Australian SAS.

None of the 64 were armed and none were in uniform.

A number were middle-aged and at least one was severely disabled.

'Tanik Mahmud' turned out to be a Baghdad odd-job man named Tariq Sabri al-Fahdawi.

The 64 prisoners were flown to an airfield codenamed H1, the base of a US special forces unit known as Task Force-20.

The very secret 'concentration camp' at H1 was not inspected by the Red Cross.

Kidnapping people and putting them into 'concentration camps' amounts to a war crime.

One former RAF man who was based at H1 has described being involved in a number of similar missions.

A British special forces unit known as Task Force 14, and an Australian unit known as Task Force 64 were part of operations at H1.

Reportedly, both MI6 and the CIA were involved in the interrogation of prisoners flown secretly to H1.

"In one case, taskforce interrogators were said to have forced a 73-year-old woman to crawl around a room while a man sat on her back, before forcing a broom handle into her anus.

"Two of her fingers were broken. The woman, a retired teacher, said her interrogators demanded to know the whereabouts of her son and husband, both of whom she said were dead."
The New York Times found that some taskforce prisoners had been water-boarded.

Ben Griffin, a young SAS trooper, said: "My commanding officer at the time expressed his concern to the whole squadron that we were becoming the secret police of Baghdad."

"A huge formation of 467 British Lancaster and Halifax (pictured) bombers missed virtually all the German positions on the edge of the city and instead reduced the centre Of Caen to rubble." http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1187092/D-Day-bomb-raids-close-war-crime-says-author.html#ixzz1lmLaTpXN

5. Trowbridge H. Ford has reported that the 1994 crash of an RAF Chinook helicopter in Scotland was not an accident.

MI5 Killers Sabotaged Chinook Helicopter That Crashed at Mull of Kintyre in 1994 Finally Exposed?

Britain’s Cover-Up of Inside Job in Fatal RAF Chinook Crash

6. In 2007 it was reported that an RAF airman was 'charging £80' for 'orgies' inside a top RAF airbase.

RAF SEX FOR SALE SECURITY SCANDAL - People.co.uk

The airman, using the internet, invited women 'for orgies' at his barracks at RAF Wittering, in Cambridgeshire, home to the elite No3 Squadron.

Two undercover reporters clients were given unguarded access to the base.

A delivery driver complained to his MP the camp should be renamed RAF Butlins.

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4 comments:

Zoompad said...

I get those chenooks flying past my house sometimes. I live about 5 miles away from 16 MU in Beaconside, Stafford. I'm sure they are being employed in deliberatly flying over the homes of people who are exposing corruption and child abuse. I had one fly so slowly and so low that I thought he was going to crash into the trees one time. I am sick of all their nonsense. I know they have Freemason meetings at 16 MU as well.

Zoompad said...

This really is an absolute disgrace. My dad was in the RAF, and he was so proud of his uniform, and felt that he had been part of something that had fought against a great evil, the Holocaust. He had a 20 year friendship with Roy Hudd, who he met at a Variety club performance, and struck up a friendship with him. It was only when Dad died that I read one of the letters he had written to Mr Hudd and realised the nature of their 20 year friendship was their time in the RAF and remaniscing their memories. I am glad my dad is dead and that the truth of all this can't hurt him, because he really believed that the RAF was a force for the good. If he'd have known that the RAF was involved in all kinds of immorality, torture and murder petty oppression and disgusting crimes I think he would have thrown the RAF blazer he was so proud of in the dustbin.

Anonymous said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2097863/Syria-Britain-help-rebels-says-Cameron-Assad-army-continue-bomb-Homs.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2097603/Army-Colonel-exposes-truth-lies-Afghanistan-claiming-military-leaders-let-down.html

A13 said...

Hi Aang..This is OFF topic, so apologies for that but I
thought you might be interested in this article:
http://www.smh.com.au/national/gay-couple-lose-son-over-child-sex-fears-20120208-1rf1c.html

This is exactly why i am particulary against gay adoption/surrogacy.

Beevors books are brilliant i might add, essential reading in fact.
the dave cameron hitler mo pic :) i just love it .More of it..they ALL deserve these mo's.
Cheers A13

 
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