Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Blair Anti Enquiry (BAE) systems

Blair is out to destroy the important players in the OECD investigation into the BAE bribes scandal. He has now fully revealed himself as the filthy corrupt disgusting war criminal who helps arms manufacturers to bribe foreign officials and get away with criminal fraud. By dismantling the SFO enquiry, he was hoping the whole thing would get swept under the carpet. This latest political scheming comes as no surprise to Blair watchers.
British diplomats are seeking to remove Professor Pieth, a Swiss legal expert who chairs the anti-corruption watchdog of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), claiming he is too outspoken.
How dare this bureaucrat speak out against corruption that is essential to the british economy? Meanwhile BAE are enjoying a bumper crop thanks to Blair's help with the Saudi deals:
the group could be entering a period of sustained longer-term earnings growth based on improving returns from current programmes from new business won, notably in Saudi Arabia, and from acquisitions.
No doubt they will be spending some of their not so hard earned cash on activities like these.


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