British corporate involvement in US drone assassinations

This is about right from BT, this company are very very unethical !!!

They rip off their customers whenever they can. They prey on elderly people and don’t explain their products. I remember that my mum was told a 100 gig download limit was ok for her, when she went over this, they charged her £ 25-40 a month, she asked if it could be made cheaper and they told her she could not change (as she did not understand how download limits work). I called and asked for unlimited and she saved £50 a month.

So to hear they are involved in this sort of crime does not surprise me in the slightest. They have the monopoly in the UK, this needs to be stopped. We have no other option in the UK for our phone line connection, then they charge through the roof for it, IT’S WRONG!

BT must be challenged for this and hopefully justice will be brought to them!

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video from Britain is called Cable collaborator BT accused of aiding US drone strikes.

By Paddy McGuffin in Britain:

Reprieve: Reopen BT ‘drone strikes’ probe

Friday 29th August 2014

THE British government is being asked to reopen an investigation into telecoms firm BT after new evidence appeared to link the company to illegal US drone strikes.

Legal charity Reprieve, which assists the civilian victims of drone strikes, has submitted a formal complaint to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) on the matter.

The charity says there is evidence that a cable laid by BT for the US military between RAF Croughton — a US base near Brackley in Northamptonshire — and Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti was tailored for use in the launching of drone strikes in Yemen and Somalia.

Reprieve argues that since the strikes are taking place in countries with which…

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