Imran Khan on BBC Hardtalk
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
I feel sorry for anyone forced to go on BBC Hardtalk.
Pakistan’s Imran Khan had to listen to endless blithering, worst of all about Osama bin Laden, the former CIA operative that died over a decade ago, almost immediately after suggesting that Israel should be looked at as one of the suspects in 9/11.
Now we must damn Pakistan for failing to kill an innocent man, another American ally as I have confirmed with his CIA handlers.
In order to sound “reasonable,” one can’t discuss American and British complicity in $80 billion in drug trade or how Prime Minister David Cameron has been exposed to the world as the puppet of Rupert Murdoch.
Heaven forbid, were anyone to talk about the murder of Dr. David Kelly or the exposure of the terror attacks on 7/7 as more than “homegrown” but something much more sinister.
No worries about anyone talking, though you can hear it in every pub, hear it on local radio, the national news, owned and operated by no one loyal to Britain, you can be assured of that, will keep things quiet.
I would have loved to have heard Imran Khan announce that bin Laden had been dead for a decade, something easily proven or that he has never been proven to have had anything to do with 9/11 or terrorism of any kind.
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I just think of this, having to answer to 3rd hand criticism from David Cameron.
I know a bit about David Cameron. He, Tony Blair, Dick Cheney and others are not in prison.
That, in itself, tells me as much as I want to know.