Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Have I Tickled The Toronto Star To Sue Me? If So, Why Don't They?

Post number 309

Hammurabi applies

Preface for continuity so that we do not forget Teresa Cooper, Julian Grail and the government involvement. The actual post number 309 begins 8 paragraphs below.

Marilyn (Tony Blair), Peter Mandleson, Lord George Robertson, and Jack Straw should be arrested by Edwina Currie of the Martial Law government based on the strength of the revelations in post number 287. The foursome will answer charges on paedophilia to do with the Dunblane massacre. The 60 million Britons do not accept the 100 years secrecy Blair imposed on the Dunblane secrets. The public will bust it open and try Blair, Mandleson, and Straw for protecting Robertson and Mandleson and toe the Bush line to take Britain to the illegal war in Iraq. The CIA blackmailed Blair.

These proceedings of Paedophilia and related topics that started with post number 244, (my recorded delivery letter of 7 July 2007 to scum bag Tony Blair that remains unanswered to date), will continue until I achieve results and get closer to my dry cleaning aims.

We will remain on this topic like a broken record until Glastonbury and until we expose the likes of the Pimp of the establishment, Chris Tarrant, Lord Nigel Lawson, and the modern day Joseph Mengele, Dr Liam Donaldson. The trouble with an occasional publication now and then in the Times, The Mirror and the Daily Telegraph is that they are one off articles with no follow ups. We should remain on course, and build up momentum.

Bigger Freemasons and affiliates exposed as result of the last few posts are: Claire Rainer, Agony uncle (after the operation. Seriously, with that voice, she may be wearing a dildo on a belt underneath her skirt!) and the head of PALS, now Denise Robertson MBE, Piers Morgan (with a little reservation but not much), Nick Griffin of the BNP, Esther Rantzen, Police Chiefs Otter and Weber of Devon and Cornwall, Professor Sir Roger Scruten Philosopher, Oxford don, and author of 30 books – probably all crap and sold 10 copies of each to family and friends. You’ve got to laugh, even in this hour of misery.

Others who must be brought to face justice are Yolande Lindridge, Judge Neglinnan/Nelligan (?) of Plymouth/Devon, Judge Wildblood of Plymouth, Anne Mitchell the fake and mad social worker, the government back bencher/head of Plymouth SS, Sandy Bruce Lockhart, Simon Fuller (?), The housing associations, and the entire leaderships of Plymouth and Devon Councils.

Don’t forget the sweet Teresa Cooper. Buy her books “Locked Up”, “Pindown” and another. Pester Jemila Dodge of Kent County Council (Tel 01622 696265, Fax 01622 694383) and seek justice. Hound Bishop Michael Nazir Ali of Rochester and enquire why he ignored Teresa’s desperate Plight.

Seek justice for my team members, parents of the 3 old in Plymouth whose 3 year old daughter (with teeth pulled out) is subjected to giving oral sex to the leadership of Plymouth City Council.

Investigate the case of Julian Grail, Planning Officer with the Plymouth City Council who jumped off the Tamar Bridge and killed himself. Was he “pushed” after exposing the sexual abuse of children and sex trafficking by Plymouth City Council?

New comers to the blog are advised to read from post number 244 onwards.

Post number 309

The following article appeared in the Toronto Star on 24 April 2009, and may be a response to my strongly objecting to Marilyn aka Tony Blair’s Multi Faith Foundation as his desperate ploy for world domination, now that he has been disgraced on all other fronts. The article defends what Blair does and stands for. I wholesomely reject him and what he stands for.

The Star no longer publishes additional comments on the subject. I publish the article and an e-mail I sent to Mr Cohn today, Thursday 30 April 2009:
“””They tickled me with a writ

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Blair's gospel of faith and public health
Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

Source: Toronto Star by Mr Martin Regg Cohn assistant editor
Like a peripatetic preacher, Tony Blair brought his message of faith – and fear of fundamentalism – to Toronto the Good this month.

From his new pulpit, the former British prime minister is as persuasive and impassioned as they come. That his time came – and went – quite some time ago doesn’t deter him.

The doubters will never forgive his role as exhorter-in-chief when America’s commander-in-chief invaded Iraq, and so Blair’s historical legacy will always be a political casualty of George Bush’s War.

In his latest incarnation, he is spreading the gospel for the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, which promotes religion as a force for good. In his pitch, however, he acknowledges the growing concern that religion is itself a cause of conflict.
Not just in the usual places – Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan – but in the places we rarely hear about: Mindanao, Yemen, Algeria.

Now, his foundation seeks to harness the positive energy of the world’s major religious faiths as a bulwark against extremism, prejudice and disease. And he wants to enlist religion’s global infrastructure – the places of worship that exist in every village and neighbourhood – to galvanize people of faith in his campaigns.
Like the fight against malaria, which kills 1 million people a year.

Blair’s idea is to exploit Africa’s religious infrastructure in places where it is often better situated and more fully staffed than the local government health clinic. Here in Toronto, he has joined forces with former MP Belinda Stronach’s foundation to support distribution of mosquito nets abroad.
By blending these two objectives – private faith and public health – I think Blair has hit on something.

It certainly hit home for me. Listening to him speak, I kept thinking of the two fears that travelled with me during a decade living abroad as a foreign correspondent:

Mosquitoes and mujahideen. Flights Melbourne to Las Vegas Both kept me awake nights.
It was easy enough to slip under mosquito nets and use repellents, but the bugs always bit me. Exasperation always gave way to empathy when I saw the local kids who couldn't access the medicines that protected me. Malaria is eminently preventable, which makes the death toll so unfair.

As for the mujahideen I once covered – be they Holy Warriors in the Taliban, Al Qaeda, or some other local manifestation – their terror speaks for itself. Even without Blair, they get plenty of press these days – far more than the mosquitoes, though they kill far fewer people.

Our understandable fear of the Islamists has obscured some important truths.
First, faith is closely tied to culture. Religion often takes the rap for traditional practices that have been grafted on over the centuries. People often unfairly link female genital mutilation to Islam, when in fact it is practised by Coptic Christians in Egypt and is actively discouraged by an Islamist government in Sudan. Honour killings are also blamed on Islam when they are rooted in tribal practices.

Second, Islamic fundamentalists are not alone. Hindu fundamentalists launched a pogrom against minority Muslims in India's Gujarat state 2002. Jewish fundamentalists have wreaked havoc in Hebron and other West Bank settlements, thwarting peace.

Sikh separatists turned much of the Punjab into a battleground two decades ago. And Buddhist chauvinists suppressed Tamil aspirations in Sri Lanka, giving rise to the terrorist Tamil Tigers (who in turn acted brutally towards the country's Muslim minority).

Against that backdrop, Blair's foundation focuses on the world's six major faiths – Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism.
Taken together, they can do a world of good. His agenda is hopelessly ambitious. But if it diverts a few mujahideen, a monk, or a mosquito, it is a vision worth preaching – and pursuing.

Martin Regg Cohn, the Star's deputy editorial page editor, writes Tuesday.

Comments on this story are now closed”””

My e-mail to Mr Cohn:

"""Reference: My blog that may or may not have tickled you to issue a writ against me. Alternatively, you may have been threatened with a writ by others.

For the attention of Mr Martin Regg Cohn, assistant editor

Dear Mr Cohn,

I bumped into your entry on page 1 of Google entry and now enquire whether or not you have read all relevant blog posts where I have taken issue with Marilyn aka Tony Blair and his paedomasonic world dominating activities where his multi faith foundation is the latest desperate ploy to control the world along with the paedomasonic, Neo Nazi Fascists establishments of George W. Bush. Donald Rumsfeld et al?

It is sad that the Toronto Star does no longer receive readers' comments on your article. For now, kindly clarify as to what you mean by "they tickled you with a writ". If by "they" you mean me, then why don't either you or Marilyn issue the writ? Alternatively, if the establishment has threatened you to lay off the subject, then please also let me know.

If you chose not to enter a round of correspondence with me, that will be fine too, with me. All in all, you may wish to know that my views on Blair and whatever he does, remain highly negative. I will always hold him partially responsible for the death of nearly half a million Iraqi civilians and countless innocent Afghan, Israeli, Congolese, and Palestinian people during his reign as the British Puppet Prime Minister.

Kind regards,

MKA “””

Mohammad Karim Ahmadzai,
Team Leader, Earth Projects


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