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Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes

 
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Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
Anybody know the story here? Apparently Cameron, Bliar and others profited of this personally.

I read that one of them made it's way to the Norks and was actually the missile they tested in 2009 and the other two are AWOL.
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
[link to www.paltelegraph.com]

So, if we assume the one tested in North Korea to have been one of the missing three, it's yield was estimated at between 10-20 Kt. They were apparently plutonium based battlefield nukes (WTF is a battlefield nuke). Would this tie in with South African tech capabilities at the time?
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
Accompanying Dave to check the weapons was top UK Nuclear scientist Dr David Kelly. Ye, that David Kelly.
I don't think so,
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vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
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I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
Thread: Jimmy Savile, scallywag, Serco -UPDATE Missing Dossiers and state secrets

The first link.
I don't think so,
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vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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08/18/2013 11:46 AM
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
I wouldn't normally do this, but I'm shinning it.



My head is fucked from reading all of this.

The way I see it, either this is a massive con or it's the biggest story never reported.

related-ish:

[link to eyreinternational.wordpress.com]

For a while eyreinternational (Peter Eyre) and a guest writer (Gordon Bowden) were attacking the original source but they still run with her stories and claim to have copies of the documents that were seized in a police raid. The paletelegraph ran a story based on their assertions but since retraced it and apologized to Ms Davison.

I'm so confused. Halp.

Last Edited by NSF001 on 08/18/2013 11:48 AM
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
THE PALESTINE TELEGRAPH RETRACTS CLAIMS MADE IN THE PANDORA’S BOX SERIES BY PETER EYRE

[link to www.paltelegraph.com]

This is a bit all over the place.

There are two stories here, one to do with systemic abuse of children in care in the UK and police and government collusion to cover it up. The other story is about three missing nukes. The connection is the source of these stories, apparently an Ex Spy (Mi6?) turned investigative journalist. She seems credible and was called to give evidence at the Chilcot inquirey ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] the inquiry into the evidence on which we invaded Iraq.

I have seen mention on this site of weapons moving from Iraq to Syria just prior to the invasion. I've also read that the 'secret British intel' that was the final straw for going into Iraq was based on a the assumption that one of the missing nukes had made its way to Iraq. The reason that this was never made public was that then PM Tony Blair was involved in the deal back in late 80's. The deal saw the UK purchase nukes from South Africa, through weapons dealer John Bredenkamp, who later stole the nukes from storage in Oman and sold them on again.
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
And then there was the missing nukes from North Dakota to Bossier....but.....no big deal really.
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
[link to www.publications.parliament.uk]

Now this is getting strange.

these are minutes from either the house of lords or commons, I'd think commons though.

Col 197-198 discusses tory party funding. There is a 17.8 million shortfall, out of 20.7 mil only 2.9 was recorded.

A couple of paragraphs down, discussing who might know and another associated name appears, a certain Lord McAlpine.

EDIT:17.8 Million was apparently the money siphoned of this deal to go to tory party election funding

Lord McAlpine is.... well google it.

Then see here

[link to scallywagarchive.info]

^^ this link is slow as fuck but hasn't flagged up any security shit on my puter.

Last Edited by NSF001 on 08/18/2013 12:45 PM
I don't think so,
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
[link to www.publications.parliament.uk]

Now this is getting strange.

these are minutes from either the house of lords or commons, I'd think commons though.

Col 197-198 discusses tory party funding. There is a 17.8 million shortfall, out of 20.7 mil only 2.9 was recorded.

A couple of paragraphs down, discussing who might know and another associated name appears, a certain Lord McAlpine.

EDIT:17.8 Million was apparently the money siphoned of this deal to go to tory party election funding

Lord McAlpine is.... well google it.

Then see here

[link to scallywagarchive.info]

^^ this link is slow as fuck but hasn't flagged up any security shit on my puter.
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ok i has seen some of this linked ideas stuff too but re the african link with Kelly i had no clue...

i still think that his death was an inside job.........
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
Rats was not meant for nothing.
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Re: Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
Interesting post OP. Bumping for the afternoon crowd.

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