The British government has announced that there will be a public inquiry into the Omagh bomb, in which thirty-one people, including a woman with two unborn twins, were killed. Why is the British government doing this now, whereas repeated attempts to have an inquiry were denied? Cui bono – who will gain from this?
Tonight Ireland will choose its entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. Will you be watching it on the Late Late Show? One of the contestants to represent Ireland is Johnny Rotten, formerly of the Sex Pistols. He is now a main carer for his wife who is suffering from Parkinson’s. Does his present kindness in marriage – or his former Sex Pistol persona – matter in the contest?
Are you familiar with ChatGPT? It’s an artificial intelligence writer which can write essays, poetry, prose, whatever takes your fancy. You just feed in what you want it to do and voila! – the finished article is very often better than the scribblings of a mere human. Should we be worried? Or delighted to have such a cheap servant?
Hit the triangle…
The full facts about the ‘troubles’ will never be officially revealed because they would be much too devastating to the Establishment i.e. British Intelligence role in ‘the troubles’, including the top politicians who authorised the collusion with loyalist death squads and their role in the many murders, bombings due to their paid informants in all the paramilitary groups. UK state broadcaster BBC used a Panorama program to pin the blame for collusion on a retired army general who was the top army general at the time. Utterly absurd of course that such a massive operation could have operated without knowledge, authority and instructions from Downing Street, Thatcher, etc. MI5 installed hidden cameras in the Kincora Boy’s Home in Belfast, to entrap and blackmail politicians and paramilitaries leaders. Pinning the blame on an individual is what the Establishment wants us to do. Just like pinning the blame for Iraq on Blair. He was just a very willing puppet of the UK Establishment, war industry etc.
I remember being in a bar in Camden, London in the early 1990’s and happened to meet and talk with ‘Johnny Rotten’ and he went into a full anti-Irish rant, saying we were nothing but scum and the entire country was a sh#thole and he wanted nothing to do with it (I wonder who has the dementia)