Take Your Money and Shove it

Imran Khan on BBC Hardtalk


By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor


I feel sorry for anyone forced to go on BBC Hardtalk. 

Pakistan’s Imran Khan had to listen to endless blithering, worst of all about Osama bin Laden, the former CIA operative that died over a decade ago, almost immediately after suggesting that Israel should be looked at as one of the suspects in 9/11.

Now we must damn Pakistan for failing to kill an innocent man, another American ally as I have confirmed with his CIA handlers.

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In order to sound “reasonable,” one can’t discuss American and British complicity in $80 billion in drug trade or how Prime Minister David Cameron has been exposed to the world as the puppet of Rupert Murdoch.

Heaven forbid, were anyone to talk about the murder of Dr. David Kelly or the exposure of the terror attacks on 7/7 as more than “homegrown” but something much more sinister.

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No worries about anyone talking, though you can hear it in every pub, hear it on local radio, the national news, owned and operated by no one loyal to Britain, you can be assured of that, will keep things quiet.

I would have loved to have heard Imran Khan announce that bin Laden had been dead for a decade, something easily proven or that he has never been proven to have had anything to do with 9/11 or terrorism of any kind.

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I just think of this, having to answer to 3rd hand criticism from David Cameron.

I know a bit about David Cameron.  He, Tony Blair, Dick Cheney and others are not in prison.

That, in itself, tells me as much as I want to know.

Weddings that ran Nov. 11, 2001

Yakima Herald-Republic November 11, 2001 Burnett-Smart Darcee Kae Smart and Brent Johnson Burnett were married June 21 at the Portland Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A reception followed at the home of the bride’s parents.

The bride is the daughter of Darrell and Sheila Smart of Yakima. The bridegroom’s parents are Kevin and Ellen Burnett, also of Yakima.

Chelsea Smart was maid of honor and Bryce Burnett was best man. Other attendants were Leanna, Clint and Dallin Burnett and Sydney, Shea and Darel Smart. site maid of honor

The bride graduated from West Valley High School. She is attending Brigham Young University and works at the Provo Allergy Clinic. The bridegroom graduated from West Valley High School, served a mission to Lima, Peru, and is attending BYU. He is employed by Burton Lumber.

After a wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico, the couple is at home in Provo, Utah.

Hull-Heironimus Janell Heironimus and Randy Hull Jr. were married Sept. 22 at Wiley Heights Church. A reception followed in Wiley City Blue Barn.

The bride is the daughter of Bob and Glenda Heironimus of Yakima. The bridegroom’s parents are Randy and Nancy Hull of Colfax, Wash.

Jennifer Hammermeister was maid of honor, Jolene Laughlin was matron of honor and Ed Bordwell was best man. Other attendants were Kim Kilian, Cindy Neumeyer, Christi Hayes, Courtney Wolfram, Karsen Hull, Terry Hamlin, Paul Kilian, Mike Nelson and Ramon Campos.

The bride graduated from West Valley High School. She is self- employed. The bridegroom graduated from Colfax High School and Washington State University. He is in the cattle business.

After a wedding trip to the Oregon coast, the couple is at home in Sunnyside.

Anderson-Menke Danielle Menke and Erik Anderson were married Aug. 10 at Cascade Nursery. A reception followed.

The bride is the daughter of Nan and Tony Menke of Yakima. The bridegroom’s parents are Jane and Gene Anderson of Vancouver, Wash.

Jo Dee Anderson was maid of honor and Bill McCollum was best man. Other attendants were Britta Sundberg, Danielle Reagor, Erin Anderson, Joelle Staudinger, Kellee Menke, Forrest Wesen, Mike Cardin, John Wright, Todd Bohnenkamp, Mark Menke, D.J. Watts and Brandon Wright.

The bride graduated from Davis High School and Montana State University. The bridegroom graduated from Sheldon High School, Eugene, Ore., and is attending Montana State University, pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering.

After a western Caribbean cruise, the couple is at home in Bozeman, Mont.

Oliver-Raney Terra Michelle Raney and Jesse Lee Oliver were married July 21 at Hyatt Vineyards, Zillah. A reception followed.

The bride is the daughter of John and Janice Raney of Yakima. The bridegroom’s parents are Mary and Larry Oliver, also of Yakima.

Trishia Raney was maid of honor and Jeremy Oliver was best man. Other attendants were Mikal Hientz, Stephanie Johnson, Lisa Wardenaar, Jennifer Sharp, Brian Dreher, Ryan Gieseke, Joe Sevigny, Joey Wilson, Dawson Desserault and Ashley John.

The bride graduated from Central Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in art and education. She is a substitute teacher for the Selah School District. The bridegroom is a sign electrician for Eagle Signs.

After a Caribbean cruise and a trip to Walt Disney World, the couple is at home in Yakima.

Rice-Flynn Ami Elizabeth Flynn and Chad Rice were married June 9 at Holy Spirit of Geist, Fishers, Ind. A reception followed at the Omni North Hotel.

The bride is the daughter of Karen Flynn and Bob Flynn, both of Evansville, Ind. The bridegroom’s parents are Jon and Jan Rice of Toppenish.

Krista Merkel was maid of honor, Gretchen Blair was matron of honor and Nathan Klebaum and Andy Gamache were best men. Other attendants were Nicole Clark, Amanda Griffin, Erin Cobb, Ann Keefner, Bridget Martin, Darren and Aric Gamache, Mack O’Reiley, and Sean and Daniel Flynn.

The bride graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. She is the area manger for managed care at Boebringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals. The bridegroom is attending Indiana University, pursuing a degree in international business and management.

The couple is at home in Indianapolis.

Williams-Mijares Renee Michelle Mijares and McKinley James Williams were married Aug. 18 at Cascade Nursery. A reception followed.

The bride is the daughter of Clarence and Colleen Gordon of Yakima and Reinaldo Mijares of Ontario, Calif. The bridegroom’s parents are Colleen and Doug Stevens of Yelm, Wash., and Bob and DeeAnn Williams of Dallesport, Wash.

Kristina Torrez was maid of honor, Kristin Bennett was matron of honor and Jean Jaques Compeau was best man. Other attendants were Karey Lukas, Catherine Ball, Jacob Williams, Wade Tinnen and Erik Gray.

The bride graduated from East Valley High School and Yakima Valley Community College with a degree in dental hygiene. She is employed by Dr. Dale E. Miller. The bridegroom graduated from Davis High School and Central Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in international business. He works for Washington Export LLC.

After a wedding trip to Cozumel, Mexico, the couple is at home in Yakima.

Crewdson-Whitley Krista Nicole Whitley and Derek Douglas Crewdson were married June 23 at Kalapaki Beach, Lihue, Hawaii. A reception followed at Marriott Beach Resort, Kauai, Hawaii.

The bride is the daughter of Tony and Ann Apaka Whitley of Yakima. The bridegroom’s parents are Douglas and Kelley Crewdson, also of Yakima.

Brandy Tovar was matron of honor, Juan Cuellar was best man. Other attendants were Andy Arnold, Matt Whitley, Jared Crewdson, Tiffany Higgans, Erin Hagarty and Brendyn Apaka.

The bride graduated from Granger High School and attended Yakima Valley Community College. She is a loan officer with Progressive Lending. The bridegroom graduated from Davis High School and is attending Eastern Washington University. this web site maid of honor

After a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple is at home in Spokane.

Button-Comin Berni Jo Comin and Ryan Douglas Button were married Aug. 14 in the San Diego Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A reception followed at the Yakima home of LeRoy Thompson.

The bride is the daughter of Tod and Kim Comin of San Diego, Calif. The bridegroom’s parents are Doug and Kim Button of Yakima.

Shanna Riches was matron of honor and Dave Button was best man. Other attendants were Brittany Bunker, Jeff and Nick Button, and Drew, B.J. and Calvin Comin.

The bride graduated from Mira Mesa High School and is attending Brigham Young University-Idaho, pursuing a degree in communications. The bridegroom graduated from West Valley High School and is also attending BYU-Idaho. He is pursuing a degree in geology.

After a wedding trip to Mount Rainier National Park, the couple is at home in Rexburg, Idaho.

Kinney-Brown Amanda Jean Brown and Zachary Aaron Kinney were married July 7 at Courtyard Hall, Bothell, Wash. A reception followed.

The bride is the daughter of Kendra Garvik of Olympia and Stephen and Wendy Brown of Homedale, Idaho. The bridegroom’s parents are Kay Lindsay of Vancouver, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Kinney of Kent, Wash.

Tiffany Brown and Christina Fletcher were maids of honor, Joel and Erik Enstrom were best men. Other attendants were Sara Brown, Melanie Ulrich, Denise Boisselle, Eric Sanders, Kam Taylor, Gary Hyatt and Andrew Leathers.

The bride graduated from Central Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in English. The bridegroom graduated from Yakima Valley Community College and Perry Technical Institute. After a wedding cruise to the Caribbean, the couple is at home in Bothell.

Stickney-Whitcher Becky Rae Whitcher and Christopher Lane Stickney were married June 24 at Central Lutheran Church. A reception followed at Ahtanum Youth Barn.

The bride is the daughter of Doug and Phyllis Whitcher of Yakima. The bridegroom’s parents are Craig and Eva Stickney, also of Yakima.

Shannon Cyr was maid of honor and Russell Carlson was best man. Other attendants were Reagan Radosevich, Angie Mercier, Joe Jensen and Dan Beam.

The bride graduated from Naches Valley High School and Eastern Washington University with a degree in communication disorders. She is an audiology technician at Spokane Audiology Clinic. The bridegroom also graduated from Naches Valley High School. He attended Pacific Lutheran University and is attending Eastern Washington University, pursuing a teaching degree.

After a wedding trip to Leavenworth, the couple is at home in Cheney, Wash.

Baker-Grove Kelly Ann Grove and Joel Wallace Baker were married Oct. 6 at Ahtanum House. A reception followed.

The bride’s parents are Ronald and Christine Grove of Yakima. The bridegroom’s parents are Neal and Helen Baker of Kalispell, Mont.

Shonna Grove was maid of honor and Jeff Huffman was best man. Other attendants were David Stroud and John Grove.

The bride graduated from West Valley High School. She is an advertising sales representative for the Yakima Herald-Republic. The bridegroom graduated from Bailey School of Broadcasting. He is an air talent for New Northwest Broadcasters.

After a wedding trip to Lincoln City, Ore., and the Oregon coast, the couple is at home in Yakima.

Stuckel-Kelly Jeanie Marie Kelly and Jonathan Jay Stuckel were married July 14 at the home of the bride in Benton City, Wash., a reception followed.

The bride is the daughter of John and Jan Kelly of Benton City, Wash. The bridegroom’s parents are Willard and Charlotte Stuckel of Grandview.

Laurie Stuckel was maid of honor and Jason Kelly was best man. Other attendants were Katie Spurbeck, Deanna, Jade, James and Drew Kelly, Scott Johnson, Joe Hill, Candy Smith, Teresa and Tom Stuckel and Laina Dilling.

The bride and bridegroom are attending Central Washington University. She is pursuing a degree in graphic design and he is pursuing a degree in computer science.

After a wedding trip to southern Oregon, the couple is at home in Ellensburg.

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13 Responses to "Take Your Money and Shove it"

  1. ricohands  December 29, 2011 at 7:53 am

    I stopped watching hardtalk when this nightmare zionist Sackur was laying into that sweet Palestinian Knesset member who was on the mavi mamara (ger name escapes me). Her arguments were rational and all he could do was lay into her forcefully trying to get her to recognise her land grabbing occupier and oppressor which had split her people into 3.

  2. whodareswings  December 28, 2011 at 5:27 am

    On 16 May 1995, Khan married Jemima Goldsmith, in an Islamic ceremony in Paris. A month later, on 21 June, they were married again in a civil ceremony at the Richmond register office in England, followed by a reception at the Goldsmiths’ house in Surrey.

    Her father, Jimmy, never forgot his origins. Confronted with an antisemitic remark when he wanted to marry the daughter of a Bolivian tin millionaire he retorted: “We come from an old Jewish family. It’s not our habit to marry Red Indians.”

  3. dirtus napus  December 27, 2011 at 9:19 am

    And the last one was executed down by the warf, with plenty of now dead witnesses….

  4. DaveE  December 26, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    Spelling, punctuation and cohesiveness have never been Gordon’s strengths, at least for as long as I’ve been reading VT, but he more than compensates by providing useful and important content you won’t find anywhere else.

    He’s also a very busy guy.

  5. Allesandro  December 26, 2011 at 2:16 pm

    Mr. Khan is a true hero of all freedom loving people worldwide. Thank You, thank you, thank you for trying to help us.

  6. Allesandro  December 26, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    There already is fascist control of the media, some 6 families all jewish control a whopping 96% of the media that counts, NO talk of their crimes or complicity is allowed, even in something as horrendous as 9/11/01 and its aftermath of events. How do you beat that?

    Control of “Central Banks” including the FED, ruled through London, the IMF, the BIS, World Bank, all controlled by jews. The crimes can’t be exposed.

  7. Trudy  December 26, 2011 at 10:50 am

    I love Imran Khan! Gordon, you were right!

  8. Sancho  December 26, 2011 at 7:46 am

    There is a rather glaring spelling error in the headline “Take You’re Money and Shove it.” Unless GD wanted to say, “Take You Are Money and Shove it”, which sounds rather nonsensical, “You’re” should be spelled “Your.” I guess even a Senior Editor can have his off days too. 🙂

  9. The Rahnameh  December 26, 2011 at 6:06 am

    There is no such thing as petty politics. Abraham Lincoln used to write to the media using a pseudonym to defend his positions against, sometimes, popular contributors. The truth is: politics is dirty and an orphan of no allegiance. I highly suggest if you go into office (my hopes on you, sir!) that Pakistan create a media pillar like PressTV to fight the information war. Also, please employ straw men to plant the seed of doubt in Americans as to the government narrative on the war on terror. For instance, what if a famous person asked all Americans to simply try this test: “Make a cellular phone call on a plane. Heck, try making one only moments after take off or landing before you go above the clouds and when the ground is still well visible. You’ll find out you can’t. So how did so many people call from the flights during 9/11 and create such detail for us all who weren’t on these planes? This is especially true since none of the 9/11 planes ever had in-flight, back of the seat, telephones.”

    That’s just one tale they told that you can hang them with. Of course, there are many more, and this was an elementary example and analysis to make a point. Good luck, sir! I do not think you will need it. Just your intellect and wisdom to carefully guide you along this territory reserved for the brave.

    With admiration,
    The Rahnameh

  10. The Rahnameh  December 26, 2011 at 5:58 am

    Mr. Khan,

    I urge you with a sense of historical wisdom to eschew some of the frankness and honesty before the Western Press and calculate that you can use these moments as a means to actually create an offensive, thereby putting the propaganda machine on its back feet. One of the best lessons as to this is simply watching the Youtubes of the Shah. Listen to what he says in Western Media interviews leading up to 1979 for a full decade and a half. Knowing what happened to him ultimately, it’s no surprise! He was not very tactful as a politician…more like a nationalist who did not realize that his frankness served as ample warning to his enemies to silence him. In other words, it created a victim out of him when he should have been more sly.

    You see how the narrative is woven with lies that make it difficult to speak the truth? Well, it’s time to dig in deep and hang the spider’s by their own woven webs. That is key: when a lie is fantastical and has many moving parts, it becomes a tool to the truth teller by which to stab the shameful creatures straight in their black hearts.

  11. Charlotte NC Bill  December 26, 2011 at 4:32 am

    7/7 Theexplosions came fm underneath, this has been proven, so they couldn’t have been done by backpacks on seats,,MI-6 hired some patsies to make the terror drill ( yet another terror drill ) more “authentic”..when the patsies wised-up and didn’t show they chased them down to the wharfs and killed them…

  12. adeUK  December 26, 2011 at 3:47 am

    The interview technique employed by Mr BBC Quisling is a typical BBC interview hit job. Note how Imran Khan is goaded, cut off mid sentence and never allowed to make a point. So typical of the BBC they do this a lot.

    Here is part of an earlier BBC interview (Sept 2011) where Imran Khan is at least allowed finish his sentence.

    “there is no military solution in pakistan”


    The BBC are one of the barriers erected between the people and the facts. Much of their broadcasting is biased and misleading at best. Tailored as it is to the globalist agenda. The efforts of these quisling collaborators have done much to keep the public in the dark and prolong the so called war on terror ( or is that the war on the civilian population of the globe ) and maintain the myth that terrorists and not those swine in control of much of the apparatus of state in the UK and elsewhere are the key protagonists and beneficiaries of conflict worldwide.

    As such it seems reasonable to aportion blame to the BBC and its apparatchiks for the casualties.

    With regard to the WTC7 911 reporting of Jane Stanley it it blatantly obvious that whoever provided the auto cue feed / script to her must have had foreknowledge of the controlled demolition to come. Additionally with regard to the 7/7 tube bombings isn’t it fishy that the BBC aired the program that discussed the exact tube bombing scenario featuring Peter Power that later occurred in real life.

    Peter Power 7/7 Terror Rehearsal

    The BBC has been effectively infiltrated as have many of our institutions by the corrupt political charity known as Common Purpose an organisation also linked to the deliberate decline, subversion and destruction of the underpinnings of the fabric of society in the UK. Fascist Cultural Marxism at its best.

    Lists of some BBC common purpose graduates and trainees can be found here.


    and here


    Moving into the political sphere we find even more members of the common purpose club.

    The poisonous tentacles of Common Purpose reach everywhere. Not just here in the UK, where they are based, but they also operate in France, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Netherlands, South Africa, Sweden and Turkey. This semi-secret ‘educational charity’ don’t like people, such as you or I, talking about them though. ‘Nothing to hide, nothing to fear’, is the mantra we keep hearing from the government, so I wonder what Common Purpose have to hide then.

    David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Common Purpose


    Moving back to the BBC it is clear that if the electorate is fed on a diet of biased selected facts, propaganda and lies then you have no legitimate democracy. Garbage in garbage out.

    Perhaps the collaborators at the BBC may wish to consider the fate of the wartime Nazi collaborator and propagandist Lord Haw Haw. January the 3rd is the anniversary of his execution for treason.

    William Joyce had woken early that morning and although he ate no breakfast he drank a cup of tea. At one minute to nine, an hour later than initially planned, the Governor of Wandsworth Prison came to the condemned man’s cell to inform him that his time had come.

    The walk to the adjacent execution chamber was but a few yards but there was just enough time for Joyce to look down at his badly trembling knees and smile. Albert Pierrepoint, the practiced and experienced hangman, said the last words that Joyce would ever hear: ‘I think we’d better have this on, you know’ and placed a hood over the condemned man’s head followed immediately by the noose of the hanging rope.

    A few seconds later the executioner pulled a lever which automatically opened the trap door beneath Joyce’s feet. Almost instantaneously Joyce’s spinal cord was ripped apart between the second and third vertebrae and the man known throughout the country as Lord Haw-Haw, was dead.


    Lord Hawhaw (William Joyce)

    Happy New Year

  13. LOB2065  December 26, 2011 at 3:30 am

    I would like to see Imran Khan become president of Pakistan and I would like him to kick out all of the US led troops from Pakistan.

    It is likely that Pakistan, India, Iran and Afghanistan will join the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and they will all work together to secure the region.

    I doubt the US will have any success what-so-ever in securing permanent military bases in Afghanistan.

    The only success the US has achieved in the last decade of war has been;

    * To kill Saddam Hussain
    * Acquire Iraq’s oil
    * Spend 5-7 trillion US dollars on wars
    * Killed 5000 US soldiers
    * Injured 30,000 US soldiers
    * Destroyed America’s reputation internationally

    The decade of war has hastened America’s decline.

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