Our first coverage of Anne Machon/David Shayler infiltrating the 9/11 & 7/7 cults, as well as the definitive account of the 2006 Lecomber 'murder' plot, & a 'Plan B' anti-BNP strategy outlined.
Just when malefactors thought it safe to venture outside during day-light hours, along came NFB 7. Contents include:
Once again, we return to the fray--delayed but not deterred. A continued stifling of genuine political debate among the mainstream parties on the one hand, and further growth for the fascist British National Party (BNP) on the other are two salient facts. So no apologies for devoting considerable space to the BNP this issue.
Opposite are a few comments on their most recent electoral breakthrough, and pointers for resistance. Other articles explore two things critical to their fortunes. First, to what extent have the liberal media (especially the BBC) helped the BNP get their message across by superficial and counterproductive programmes like the 'Secret Agent', discussed at length last NFB and still with legal ramifications today. Second, a disturbing story involving BNP Leader Nick Griffin's erstwhile No. 2, Tony Lecomber, and his proposal ex-BNP member Joe Owens assassinate selected public figures. A story with implications for the BNP internally, and yet again involving disinformation being peddled by the 'usual suspects' (not just the BNP). As with previous such scandals, NFB goes behind the headlines and asks hard questions others are afraid to.
Last time we defined a phenomenon that has long concerned us--SPIJ, short for State-compromised Pseudo-Investigative Journalism--and this term is used throughout. New readers (and old) might care to look at the elaboration of that concept ...... on page 12. Just to show we have no problem with looking at popular journalists in this regard, Mazher Mahmood's output is analysed. No serious para-political magazine can ignore the London bombings 7/7/05, and by means of a book review we stake out our initial perspective. Hotly contested ground, not just between us and spooks, but also others who have been taken in by 'conspiracy theorists'. As GK Chesterton once said, those who don't believe in anything often believe in everything. It is alarming to see the ease with which the 9/11 & 7/7 sceptics have been penetrated by former MI5 officers Annie Machon & David Shayler. By reference to facts, we again question their motivations and allegiance in this matter--and along with their previous antics, yet more questions arise. Some, in part, raised at the 21/6/05 debate between myself and Shayler, of which the DVD is still available (see back cover). 9/11 itself will in due course come under our microscope, though we make no apologies for not scrutinising it yet--the Oil Crisis article is important background. Once again, some issues this NFB, including internal BNP machinations or asking basic questions about Machon/Shayler, are just too radical/hard-core for many imagining themselves to be 'truth-seekers'. We have previously covered sport tangentially--mostly football 'firms' and their police antagonists--this time we look at the career and views of former World Boxing champion Terry Marsh--a working class hero. In short, something for (almost) everyone to savour. And for some to worry about--good!
Thanks to: Harry Ainsworth, Steve Booth, Deep Cough, Duncan Ferguson, Dave Hughes, Legal Eagle, Paul Marsh, the Northern Lights (our guiding star), David Pegg, Simon Smith (especially re ISBN) Heidi Svenson, the Technical Department. Also Q for unrivalled intelligence & editorial input. Continued thanks to Robin Whittaker & Rom for news clippings. 13/5/06
As BNP Electoral Advance Continues, Time for Plan B Click here to read this article
Boxing Clever: interview with Champion Terry Marsh
Unpicking a Tangled Web: the end of Piers Morgan
NFB Confronts Sultans of SPIJ shock
The censored Broadcast magazine article on SPIJ
The Cuckoos Change Nests:Machon & Shayler Target British & Irish 9/11 Truth Campaigners Click here to read this article
Tony Blair MI5 Agent? (plus NFB Commentary)
Harassing Individuals: Clearing up some Confusions
Eye Spy with my little eye something sometimes quite useful
Lecomber Exits the BNP: Usual Suspects Evade the issues
The BBC 'Secret Agent' documentary revisited
Simon Smith's 'I/Ops Information Operations' reviewed by Heidi Svenson
Background Briefing: How the Oil Crisis Arose
How Lowles can you go? Cardiff's Soul Crew revisited
Taking Stock: The London Bombings 7/7/05 (review article)
Mazher Mahmood: Journo-Cop Dissected
Fancy That! News About People/Groups Of Interest
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Notes from the Borderland -- The First Decade
This article first appeared in NFB issue 8 (2007 p.27-29) and is a useful history of where we came from and the contents of each issue....We are happy to report (and this site proves it) we have now resolved the technical difficulties alluded to in point 5 of the conclusion below. Click here to read