BBC 4 Any Answers broadcasts unwelcome truths, exposes state terrorism.

This item lifted directly from Postman


Any Questions” is a weekly BBC4
program in which a panel of professional politicians and business leaders, a
token woman and assorted celebrities answer questions about issues of the week.
It is chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby whose brother David Dimbleby
also chairs an equivalent TV program “Question Time”.


Any Answers” is a phone in program
moderated by David Dimbleby which follows the Saturday repeat of the
Friday evening show. Collectively the brothers are known as the Dimblebores.

Today, at 2.25pm a Liam O' Kelly,
from Langley in Nottinghamshire
took up the need for an independent public enquiry into the events of 7/7
bombings when 56 people were killed in London
and hundreds injured. This can be heard by going to the program repeat which
remains available for 7 days. Listen here 25 -28 mins in the 30 mins
program. Hint : Download to Real Player or similiar, to speed /slow/reverse/
repeat recording.

This is a transcript of the call.. (25mins – 28 mins)

Liam O'Kelly : Good Afternoon. The more Tony Blair and Reid try to
resist a public enquiry the more the public should demand one.

We know the extremes past politicians and MI5 and the Government have gone to
to defy to democratic opposition. We know that what Sir John Stevens of the
Metropolitan Police Chief and John Stalker said about collusion between MI5 and
loyalist terrorists in the murder of UK citizens is true and not only that, but
they colluded with Loyalist killers and in one instance paid £80,000 of
taxpayers money.

We also know that bomb warnings in the past were ignored for political ends and
we also know that the British Government in collusion with the UVF bombed and
killed 34 shoppers in Dublin (see pic) and Monaghan (May
17, 1974
) … now as …

Dimbleby : (Evidently very agitated)All these things I have to
say that is to say all these assertions you are making are fiercely disputed..
can I just bring you back ….
we have'nt got time to go into them are
fierecely disputed …

L O'K ..No…

Dimbleby : …..will you hold it a second
L O'K : …they are not disputed

:Well … The context in which you place them is open to question and
the particular way you place them is highly disputed as I am sure you will know
is ..

L O'K : No I don't I know that. What I said is true and that what you
said is waffle.

Dimbleby : OK that's fine by me. Are you saying there should
be an enquiry ?

L O'K : Absolutely


Quite how Mr Liam O'Kelly, to whom we are all very grateful managed to
sneak in his very unwelcome truths is difficult to understand .. one suspects
that there was a very lengthy and heated analysis in the glass box after the
program to see how such seditious views soiled the domestic airwaves.

It would be good if this exchange were publicised as much as possible and that
some kind soul prepares a suitable MP3 clip of the exchange … a task which
defies the technical skills of Patel Towers vast technical staff.

Mr Liam O'Kelly wherever you may be … many, many congratulations. Keep it up.
Truth is magnificent and it shall prevail.


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from the inside out.


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