Mar 19 2013
The Daily Express
Reading the following article from June 1993, makes you wonder what was on the tape recordings Asil Nadir claimed to have as a safety net. Certainly, Nonce McAlpine knew more than he was letting on… Fuck all changes with the Tory Perverts there then, does it?
It is interesting that Nadir says “It is the right of people in the whole world to know exactly how the Government-supported authorities in Britain have acted in a criminal fashion.”
It is a shame however, that the crooked arsewipe denied us that right. Then again, I suppose allowing Nadir to skip the country ensured his silence.
The 2nd article is from 1994 and is about how Slaggy Thatcher is planning to spend Christmas with Paedo McAlpine. Apparently that made it fourteen years on the trot.
So, if I spent 14 Christmas’s with McAlpenpoop and 11 with So-vile, what would you hazard a guess at my sexual preferences being?
I don’t know about a State Funeral for Slaggy, but the cunt seriously needs burying.
MINISTERS ACCUSSED OF CONSPIRACY BY NADIR
DAILY EXPRESS Friday June 18 1993
F U G I T I VE tycoon Asil Nadir last night threatened to engulf Tory-Ministers in a Water-gate-style conspiracy scandal.
In a series of extraordinary allegations, he claimed he has tapes of conversations he had with Government Ministers.
From his hideout in northern Cyprus, Mr Nadir threatened to begin making his accusations public next week.
His threats came in interviews with The Times and Financial Times and immediately caused alarm among Tories at Westminster.
He claimed the tapes “prove” there was a conspiracy to bring down his former company Polly Peck International.
But Downing Street officials said they were not aware of the allegations about tape recordings of Ministers’ conversations.
And one senior Tory MP said: “Allegations from Asil Nadir have to be taken with a very large pinch of salt.”
Earlier, former Tory treasurer Lord McAlpine took the blame for accepting donations of £440,000 from the boss of the Polly Peck empire. “I was wrong in the matter of Mr Nadir,” Lord McAlpine said on ITN. “There is no two ways about it. I misjudged him.
“The truth of the matter is that I made no judgement at all. It was done third hand.
“I could, I suppose, have said when it appeared that he seemed like a crook. But he did not seem like a crook at the time.”
Mr Nadir told The Times his allegations would be more damaging for Britain “than the Watergate affair was for America”.
He said: “Everything I will be saying will be substantiated by relevant documents.”
He threatened to speak about his relationships with Northern Ireland Minister Michael Mates and Board of Trade President Michael Heseltine.
Mr Mates gave Mr Nadir a watch inscribed: “Don’t let the buggers get you down.” Mr Heseltine raised his case with the Attorney General.
Mr Nadir said: “Yes, I will have to spell out everything in order to clear up this whole tragic affair.”
He added: “It is the right of people in the whole world to know exactly how the Government-supported authorities in Britain have acted in a criminal fashion.”
In his interview with the Financial Times, Mr Nadir denied Lord McAlpine’s claim that they had
little contact. “Our links were a lot more than that,” he said.
But asked for some details about the tapes, he said: “Would I dare to mention a tape which was not backed up by veritable proof? This is not some mish-mash.”
He told the FT that tapes of Cabinet Ministers would ‘make “Watergate look like a minor bugging offence”. But he refused to name the Ministers.
He said he had a recording of one Minister saying: “We know there is a conspiracy by the intel-ligence services but there is nothing we can do.”
Last night bankruptcy officials said they had written to Tory Central Office asking for details of money donated by Mr Nadir.
For those unaware of who Asil Nadir is, click HERE
TURKEY SPANISH STYLE FOR LADY T
DAILY’EXPRESS Friday November’25 1994
LADY THATCHER, always the traditionalist, will be spending Christmas as usual with her friend Lord McAlpine. But this festive season Margaret and her husband Denis will be travelling not to Alistair’s Venice retreat. They will be pulling Christmas crackers and tucking into turkey in Barcelona.
“Of course we will be having turkey,” says Alistair, who has entertained the Thatchers for a record 14 yuletides. “I hope we have a peaceful break.
Margaret always looks forward to it.” With his customary twinkle Euro-sceptic Alistair added: “Remember the first Euro-turkey came from Spain.” At that his car phone broke up and he could not answer questions about whether Lady T’s son Mark will be joining them under the mistletoe.