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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Chinook Crash In Mull Of Kintyre Was Sabotage


Click to expand. The Chinook Monument, Mull Of Kintyre.

Wasp writes -

I also would like to bring to your attention, another Article by Finian Cunningham
Britain’s Cover-Up of Inside Job in Fatal RAF Chinook Crash
Evidence points to liquidation of British counterinsurgency team to trick Irish republicans into a defeating political process.

LINK.

To emphasise the fact that those who govern us are nothing but a 'BUNCH of SCUMBAGS'
the stuff you wouldn't wish to tread in whilst walking, if you came accross it.

For 17 years the British authorities have lied about the fatal RAF helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre in which 25 senior counterinsurgency personnel were killed. Now Global Research reveals new evidence showing that the loss of life was an intentional act of sabotage.


It was the worst single loss of life by Britain’s Royal Air Force since the Second World War. On the evening of 2 June 1994, an RAF Chinook military helicopter slammed into a mountainside on the Mull of Kintyre in thick fog, killing all 29 onboard. Among the dead were four RAF crew and 25 of Britain’s senior counterinsurgency personnel. The latter – including British Army officers and mainly members of the Royal Ulster Constabulary – had overseen Britain’s “dirty war” operations against Irish republican militants during 25 years of conflict in Northern Ireland. .............Independent investigation

But a private investigation into the circumstances of the crash has now revealed exclusively to Global Research that the official account is seriously flawed. Disturbingly, there are sound reasons and evidence to indicate that the Chinook was brought down deliberately with the intention of wiping out the counterinsurgency team. And, as we will see, there is a technical “smoking gun” for how this could have been achieved.

British aviation expert Walter Kennedy, who has spent the most part of 17 years independently assessing the incident, said: “All official inquiries have totally misrepresented what happened. There have been so many lies, misrepresentations and obfuscations. Anyone with an avionics background who looks into this will see that the official account is seriously flawed.
“Do I think the Chinook was sabotaged? Absolutely,” added Kennedy, who for 30 years was a member of the Royal Navigation Institute and spent nine years working as a systems engineer in Britain’s military industry and 25 years on navigation systems in civilian aviation. ...........
An end to the conflict, largely on British terms, would turn out to be a major prize for Britain’s political establishment. But the problem for the British at that crucial time in 1994 was convincing the Irish republican movement to call off its formidable armed struggle. That was because two previous ceasefires brokered in the 1970s had been used by the British as an opportunity to try to defeat the IRA through covert methods, such as infiltration with informers. ..............................................
Why were 25 counterinsurgency personnel put on one helicopter?

Other questions also need to be asked. Why were all 25 counterinsurgency personnel put on one helicopter? Who took that decision for this irregular security arrangement, especially when there were other aircraft available to spread the transport of the men? If the CPLS was being deployed, as Kennedy claims, then there should have been a record of this component in the flight plans, which the meticulous navigation pilot, Flt Lt Tapper, would have logged – was this record removed from the pilot’s flight plan after the event?

Intriguingly too, for the Chinook sacrifice to have sent the intended signal to Irish republicans that the “war was over”, there must be senior persons within the IRA ranks who also know the truth of what really happened, and, importantly, would have been tipped off before it happened. This, of course, would have been conveyed to republicans in such a way that would afford plausible denial by the British contacts. Also, given the way the peace process has worked out in hindsight to the historic disadvantage of republicans, much to their bitter regret no doubt, it is unlikely that they would disclose their fatal error of buying into such a dirty trick.

REGARDS .......... WASP

TAP - the other purpose would be to dismantle the nation state. The IRA campaign was funded and supplied throughout by outsiders, people who desire the end of the nation state. Ireland as much the victim as Britain.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Tap, Who was it that ordered 25 top experts on one chinook.
Might be the same hand that got 100 top Polish Government people, on the same aircraft that crashed in woods in Smolensk, on the way to a very important Ceremony about the Katyn murders.
We should start a log of who issued the orders, for future reference.

Tapestry said...

The parallels had occurred to me too.

EUbrainwashing said...

If the motivation Chinook Assassinations were to demonstrate to the republicans that 'hostilities were over' this would be an inconceivably radical means. It would seriously impinge on the governments ability to resume should any agreements be betrayed or breakdown. I don't think the republicans went and disposed of all their leadership in return. Dug-up a few pop-guns perhaps.

Why did the UK not just let go of the North at the establishment of the Republic. Do we really think they did so to spare the loyalists - or did the loyalists exist as protagonists for the very reason separating Ireland; to prevent Catholicism engulfing the country and then preclude separatist nationalism.

It is one thing for the English to hold Ireland to gather whatever tithe it could yield but another is to prevent its economic emergence in competition with Britain. Yet another is about defence.

Northern Ireland contained the heavy industry, specifically shipbuilding: the economic powerhouse. NI contained the deep sea ports that faced Britain and the controlled the Liverpool shipping lanes. Northern Ireland could not be allowed to fall from control. We did not want a Russian port in Belfast.

The endless dispute, and enraging violence that festered, allowed Britain to refuse independence on the grounds of never capitulating to terrorism. It suited the objective well. Conversely, for those who truly desired a united Ireland, the violence prohibited any peaceful process that could have achieved independence in less that ten or twenty years of simple but tireless campaigning.

For those who did not comprehend the true nature of 'the troubles', the snake-oil Blair (spit) had on offer was:
(a) for the republicans: the end of British involvement with Northern Ireland, for ever
(b) for the loyalists: independence from the UK but anonymity and separation from the south.

To understand how this will to occur is to understand how the regionalisation of the UK is to take place as it is progressively absorbed into the EU.

Scotland and Wales are separate regions and will deal directly with the EU (hence the currant independence shenanigans). England will be nine independent regions with a faux national government at the outset.

The UK will exist no more. That is a level of authority the EU has absolutely no need for. National governments will eventually be replaced by individual regional assemblies but for the interim this concept will not be allowed to blip on the public's radar - too difficult to sell.

Ireland (Rep. of) is to be divided into two regions. The south had Cork and Dublin. The north looks like a jigsaw in an Oxfam shop - with a big important chunk missing. That chunk is NI. The logic is very elementary.

The Loyalists cannot cry that they want to be a part of the UK because there will not be any UK - it will be gone - just a dusty twinkle in a museum to housed in the Palace of Westminster remembering the old days of the United Kingdom and British Empire.

The Chinook contained either those who would not back-down from a fight they did not understand the hidden nature of or those who were fully conversant with the fact; much too much so.

Anonymous said...

This was part one of 911 .They had to make sure teh Good friday agreement through in order to have no more terrorisim supported by US SUPPORTERS AS THEY KNEW THE UK WOULDNT JOIN the war against terror when 911 kicked off .

The knowledge the men on this flight had was linked to Adams peados and rent boys used to trap top loyalist politicians

THis was part 1 ,part 2 911 part 3 WAR in Iraq,part 4 banking crisis ,part 5 arab spring part 6...