After listening to this interview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNelt33QP_8 I did a bit of digging, and when you dig, something interesting turns up! I remember Robin Cook, the MP mentioned in the interview vaguely as I have never had much time for politicians. However, looking into the allegation that Cook was murdered, the dots seem to join up, this video raises some interesting questions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASX7FYkphuQ and these questions firm up when we look at this Wikipedia entry about Cook's death;
In early August 2005, Cook and his (new) wife, Gaynor, took a two-week holiday in the Highlands of Scotland. At around 2:20 pm, on 6 August 2005, whilst walking down Ben Stack in Sutherland, Scotland, Cook suddenly suffered a severe heart attack, collapsed, lost consciousness and fell about 8 ft down a ridge. A helicopter containing paramedics arrived 30 minutes after a 999 call was made. Cook then was flown to Raigmore Hospital, Inverness. Gaynor did not get in the helicopter, (why) and was left to walk down the mountain. Despite efforts made by the medical team to revive Cook in the helicopter, he was already beyond recovery, and at 4:05pm, minutes after arrival at the hospital, was pronounced dead. Two days later, a post mortem revealed that Cook died of hypertensive heart disease.
A later memorial service at St Margaret's Church, Westminster, on 5 December 2005, included a reading by Tony Blair and warm tributes by Gordon Brown and Madeleine Albright. On 29 September 2005, Cook's friend and election agent since 1983, Jim Devine, won the resulting by-election with a reduced majority.
In January 2007, a headstone was erected in The Grange, Edinburgh Cemetery, where Cook is buried, bearing the epitaph: "I may not have succeeded in halting the war, but I did secure the right of parliament to decide on war." It is a reference to Cook's strong opposition to the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the words were reportedly chosen by his widow and two sons from his previous marriage, Chris and Peter.(first wife has to clear up the mess)
Words in brackets added by me to point to oddities in the story.
This article http://www.whale.to/b/cook4.html raises some good questions and makes some valid points. Following up with the referenced articles, once again, the official story has holes in it that do not add up against the available information. This view found here www.bilderberg.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=9389">https://secure.gn.apc.org/members/www.bilderberg.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=9389 aligns well with my thoughts on this story ' am in agreement. Cook's was one of those deaths that seemed just a little too neatly packaged by the media to NOT cause suspicion. When he died it just seemed like a sad but unsuspicious thing, when the dude was only 59, and questions of his health (as I am aware so far) are mostly speculated. Thanks for this blog. I agree with the journalist (thanks to you also), that Diana's is a little too suspicious also. Significantly, it is worth heeding what another comment above says about John Smith and particularly the Bilderbergers. If Cook was opposed to foreign policy, he was opposed to the Royal Institute of International Affairs, which is one of the key players with the Bilderbergers in implementing a global government. (If you thought THAT was a myth, you have missed Gordon Brown lately talking openly about the need for a 'New World Order' - i heard it on radio 4 one morning - aside from a host of other evidence.) for some info on that front, and some of that bilderbergers info, see http://www.truthseeker.co.uk/Articles/new_world_order.htm#e and scroll down to 'Bilderberger group'. Thanks again. This matter ain't closed.'
There are a lot of things that smell rotten about this story but what I find interesting is the timing of Gaynor Regan's arrival in Cook's life-when he had already make a mark as an honest and intelligent man in politics, looking at photos of the pair they seemed an unlikely couple. Is it possible that she was 'placed' there by forces unknown, to facilitate the demise of Cook. He was an outdoorsman, heart attack?
John Smith MP yet another politician to die of a 'heart attack' http://didnwofabiansmurderjohnsmithmp.blogspot.ie/
what a strange 'coincidence'!