Daily Archives: July 21, 2007

Barbados Author Angela Cole Writes BFP About Gerald Bull, HARP – And The Claim That Bull’s Assassin Was Recently In Belize

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Was Gerry Bull’s Assassin Recently In Belize?

When Barbados Free Press published A Piece Of Barbados History: Dr. Jerry Bull’s Assassination, The HARP Gun, Saddam Hussain and Israeli Intelligence this past May, we never dreamed how much interest still exists in the intrigue surrounding Dr. Bull and his guns. Thousands of folks from all over the world read the article and it is still one of our most popular posts more than two months after it was written.

The article took new life when a commenter using the name Gershon Sharoni told his rambling tale of seeing a person he believed to be Jerry Bull’s assassin in Belize in 2000 and of being subjected to harassment from the Israeli Mossad after he reported his observations to the police. (Mossad website here – If you dare!)

Barbados Author Angela Cole picked up on Sharoni’s story that he saw Dr. Bull’s watch on the arm of the assassin ten years after Bull’s death and she has written to Barbados Free Press with a few thoughts…

To: Barbados Free Press
From: Angela Cole

With thanks for the good job that you are doing. Here are excerpts from Volume I of my newly released 800 page book, “REFLECTIONS – Modern Politics – The Caribbean, Africa & Asia Minor,” (BDS$35.00) which should answer the issues and questions about HARP on your website since you published exerts from my work. You may use these anyway you like – as a whole or in several parts. Enclosed is a picture, taken in 2002, of me standing in front of the rusting HARP gun, the big one. The landing and installing that gun was recorded by the best military magazines as one of the greatest achievement in cooperation carried out by the US and Canadian military. A man died squeezed between a boat in motion and the dock.

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Also here is a photograph of Peter C. Newman, Canada’s best selling author and a Jew and myself. (ed note: Taken in Barbados – We see the BANKS Beer!)

He contacted me in 2002 for an interview, which I gave him and took him to the gunsite. His interest was whether anyone still had the capability to make another Babylon Gun.

Bull did have a watch, which cost $US25,000.00 with two compasses and I can confirm that it was not found on the body as Sharoni states. It is still missing.
As the movie the Doomsday Gun showed clearly, Dr. Gerald Bull was a very important and well-respected scientist of the century, which made it necessary for the assassin to be killed; he would, therefore, have to run to escape death.

If Sharoni is genuine then he would be harassed constantly. In Doomsday the Mossad moved around and added new glasses to Bull’s bar, telephoned him and hung up over and over again, telephoned him and told him to look outside and as he did so a car blew up.

On page vii of REFLECTIONS:

“For over four months I was subjected to disorienting knocks on the back wall of my rented apartment. Noise is the main weapon for inducing sleep deprivation. The military made many studies on sleep deprivation. and it is one of the most powerful and widespread weapons of coercion in their intelligence techniques of intrigue. The knocks for over at least a four months period have not been able to disorient or cause the clinical lost of self esteem or lack of judgement but vision and balance have been affected.

“This book is the final endurance test of an honest belief and whole-hearted commitment to finish that which seeks to correct misinterpretations, give reasons, earnest answers and facts that can change hearts to stop the killings especially of the babies and children and continue the legitimate struggle for decent life, harmony, sanity and justice.

All will have to sit and talk; there is no other way.”

On the evidence of who killed Bull there are a few good books…

“In his book, released in 1999 by Macmillan publishers, “Gideon’s Spy,” Gordon Thomas wrote that on 20th March 1990, three months before Iraq invaded Kuwait, the Prime Minister of Israel, Yitzhak Shamir, and the head of the Mossad, Nahum Adrmoni, ordered the assassination of the scientist, Dr. Gerald Vincent Bull, a Canadian ballistic scientist, who invented and built, at Makhoulf, Iraq, guns, which would have delivered intercontinental ballistic weapons and launch satellites. Through him, with small, minor satellites, Iraq would become the only Arab space power. In the book “Guns, Lies and Spies” by Chris Cowley; he writes that that the day on which the Mossad assassinated Bull, Yitzar Shamir became the first Prime Minister to lose a vote of no confidence in the Kissnet to the extreme Zionist with a get tough on the Arabs policy.

“Israel put their first rocket into orbit in September 1988 but they do not want Arabs, whom they hate to have certain technologies – peaceful or not. They warned the scientist to dump the Arabs. Bull refused and they murdered him. This attitude is beyond “an eye for an eye.”

End Of Part 1 of Angela Cole’s Letter To BFP. Part 2 will be published for Monday morning.

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Flying To Guyana On LIAT? Bring A Really Thick Wilbur Smith Novel…

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I know, I know… Some folks consider Wilbur Smith’s novels to be chewing gum for the eyes. Not me.

The man loves Africa and he loves words. His novels don’t hide the coarse or brutal elements of human nature, but there is always redemption at the end… of some sort. Africa, historical accuracy and the theme of redemption are three of the reasons why you will find every Wilbur Smith novel on my shelf. If I had money, they would be hardcover, but alas… they are all well thumbed paperbacks.

That’s Wilbur and his second wife Mokhiniso above. Wilbur loved his first wife Danielle dearly, but I’m sure that she would be happy for Wilbur and Mokhiniso. I’ll let Wilbur tell you how he and Mokhiniso met…

Then ‘Wilbur’s Luck’ returned in full force. Something happened to fill the emptiness and bring me back to life again. In a bookstore in London I met a beautiful Tadjik girl. Tajikistan, her homeland, is in Asia and borders on Afghanistan. Her name is Mokhiniso Rakhimova. She received her law degree from Moscow University. To me she is all good things; beautiful, clever, hard-working, loving and loyal. She is younger than me by 39 years. I married her in May 2000. She brought me back to life. She taught me to love again.

Now with Mokhiniso beside me I look forward eagerly to each day. She has banished loneliness. She is the perfect lover and companion. She has made me feel young and vital again. Since meeting her I have written four of my best novels.

… from author Wilbur Smith’s website (link here)

Any Wilbur Smith will surely captivate you for a time, so a really thick Wilbur Smith novel would be the perfect companion if you have a LIAT ticket for a flight to Guyana…

From Stabroek News

Many LIAT flights from Barbados to Guyana are delayed?

Dear Editor,

There is a situation at the Barbados International Airport that is in dire need of attention. Consistently, LIAT/Caribbean Sun and Star airlines have been delaying or postponing flights to Guyana.

No doubt this has caused much inconvenience to travellers. There is often a scheduled wait of several hours in between flights.

To have to wait in excess of a further hour, sometimes as much as 3 hours, without any explanation from the airline is at best mediocre.

The situation is made worse when there’s no basic courtesy to satisfy people’s concerns, meals to conquer hunger during delays, or even blankets on flights.

I recommend that the Guyana Tourism Authority look into this. Customers must be treated with respect.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Subryan

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