"We know why these things
are done. They're done to scare people and to frighten them, to make
them anxious and worried," PM Tony Blair
synchronized bombs to go off simultaneously on three separate
tubes traveling through tunnels, between platforms, must have had
knowledge of the schedule or the luck of the Devil.
Either that or the devices
were located inside the tunnels themselves, which only underground
workers and cleaners can enter during the night when no services are
But others had access to the
network on July 7th, the firm staging a ‘terror drill’ at
the same stations where the
actual attacks took place, Aldgate, Edgware Rd, King’s
Cross and Liverpool St.
Something else which aroused
my suspicion was; it took a week to recover bodies trapped
under the wreckage on
the Piccadilly Line, which suggests the blast came from
below the carriage.
An eyewitness at the Aldgate
incident has confirmed that “the
metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train”
and he has no recollection of a bag.
The sole evidence that those
accused are guilty is grainy CCTV footage from Luton of four men
with back-packs, which could easily be manufactured by computer
On July 21st
jittery commuters in a tube at Warren Street station heard no
explosion but smelt a noxious odor and an unidentified man fled the
scene with vigilantes in pursuit.
He ran towards
University College Hospital which was cordoned off and dozens of
armed police roamed through wards, terrifying staff, who should have
been preparing for possible casualties.
at another two stations resulted in the sheeple being herded out of
Shepherd’s Bush and Oval was also evacuated. Men in chemical suits
arrived at Warren Street, for effect.
sealed off and an Asian with a rucksack was forced to the ground at
the point of a semi-automatic weapon. He was innocent, but the
intimidating picture still made the Front Page.
The papers today said that
would-be “suicide bomber”
Ibrahim of Eritrea, wished to kill every Briton, so why did he plant
his bomb on a bus with no passengers?
detonation on the empty No.26 bus in Hackney Road occurred half an
hour after Muktar had disembarked; I guess he wasn’t feeling too
suicidal on that day!
The next day, an unarmed man
shot eight times by
Special Forces on the floor of the tube at Stockwell was said to be
under surveillance and directly linked to investigations.
Yet, they did not know his
name, age or ethnicity, so there was no definitive profile or
intelligence on the suspect, who was followed onto a bus, before he
was murdered in the station.
The police apologized, but
the ‘shoot-to-kill’ policy will remain and they warned that more
innocents may die. They also want to detain people for three months
Blair said we should not be
“allowed” to make the “obscene” inference that the bombings may be
reprisals for the Iraq war and “don’t give an inch” to those who
So, you can see that after
these terror attacks in London, dissent at home is a thought crime
and any resistance to occupation forces abroad is an ‘evil