Secret Deals With Terror Gangs? Not Just In France!


Much outrage in France, after the former intelligence chief, Yves Bonnet has owned up to a “secret deal” with terrorists.

French people are entitled to righteous indignation, and so too are Italians, who already have, even today, reason enough to distrust Paris.

Lousy Loiseau, Hypocrite Macron’s Snarling Lap-Dog, Lashes Out! 

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Italy was, and is, a NATO ally of La Belle France, but ‘beautiful’ is probably not the first adjective that came to Italian minds when they read of Bonnet’s evident satisfaction that, as far as the murder gang Abu Nidal was concerned…

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…while there were “no further attacks between the end of 1983 and the end of 1985 … afterwards, they carried out attacks in Italy, for example, but that did not concern me as long as there was nothing on French soil.”

Nice, huh?

But Bonnet was no rogue operative – he is quite clear that the then-president’s chief of staff was kept informed, and why would that be, if not to make sure of the highest level of consent.

But of course, “officially … the Élysée knew nothing”.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/09/we-made-a-deal-ex-french-spy-chief-admits-1983-pact-with-fatah-terrorists

That, remember, was the same Elysee where, as we noted in a previous post, there was a dastardly decree hatched…

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…the Mitterand Doctrine, a bizarre and VERY un-neighbourly policy instituted by the leftist French president who ran France in the 1980s and 90s and – as Brits may remember – gleefully exported the deadly Exocet missiles to the Argies during the Falklands War.

Never Forget Brussels’ Back-Stabs in the Falklands War! 

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French leftist president Francois Mitterand

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The Mitterand Doctrine was formally enacted in….a 1985 law that offered asylum to about 100 former Italian guerrillas “on the condition that they withdrew from politics

Rather reminiscent of how Britain’s back-stabbing neighbour, Eire, refused to extradite Sinn Fein/IRA scum wanted for terrorist offences in the UK.

But that’s history, though interesting history,

Appalled?

Okay..

But don’t be shocked, not if you’re British.

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The revelation reminds me of that cur John Major, who told the House of Commons that the very idea of talks with Sinn Fein IRA’s Blood-Beast Adams would make his ‘stomach churn.’

Look At Major’s Record! 

And even as he prevaricated at Westminster, his stuck-up flunkey Patrick Mayhew was laying the foundations for the great betrayal…

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…which culminated in Major’s Labour successor B.liar’s Bad Friday Deal, which saw the vilest terrorists turned loose, and a heinous pledge by the British Government to be even-handed in its dealings, ‘parity of esteem,’ extended to disloyal Sinn Fein vermin on the one hand and to true Brits on the other.