So for those that haven't stepped on the "we-wont-be-deterred" train to Waristan and since this is a conspiracy site yet we aren't talking about
Here's some other news on the London bombing. Feel free to add your own. If you want to discuss "the Al-Qaedas did it" then use one of the other
London threads because that is their focus right now.
If your a source freek then take it with a grain of salt but keep in mind, have you heard much more than 'Al-qeada, we won't be deterred, we'll
fight on, we'll must stop terrorism' etc etc?
There's ways to be emotional about this event without getting narrow in your view on what happened. The biggest forsight issue with 9/11 amongst the
conspiracy community is by not shaking the emotion until years later and then being able to stand back and think somethings not right.
Don't let the media dictate how you should use your rational thought and logic.
What's Behind the London Attacks?
"I feel like I'm sitting in my apartment watching the World Trade Center collapse all over again.
Everything is the same, right down to the previously unheard of Islamic group (The Secret Organization of al-Qaida in Europe? Are you kidding me?)
taking credit – even though the translation falls apart under scrutiny and the Q'uran is improperly cited. Considering the only Al Qaeda cell to
ever be uncovered was a front for the Mossad, you'd think the perpetrators could at least come up with a clever new booga-booga name to grab
headlines. Their arrogance is startling.
Netanyahu says that British police had warned the Israelis (but not the rest of the city?) of a pending attack. Scotland Yard denies this; Israel's
reply was to say Netanyahu received his warning after the first blast. How? It was initially reported as a power surge for hours. What is being hidden
here? And why isn't there an investigation into these obvious discrepancies?"
Phony 'Al-Qaeda' Responsibility Claim a Proven Hoax
"MSNBC TV translator Jacob Keryakes, who said that a copy of the message was later posted on a secular Web site, noted that the claim of
responsibility contained an error in one of the Quranic verses it cited. That suggests that the claim may be phony, he said.
"This is not something al-Qaida would do," he said.
Furthermore, the website posting doesn't even claim personal responsibility, it simply references "the heroic mujahedeen" in the third person. The
posting praises the attack, it doesn't even take responsibility for it."
Bomb Scare Suggests Blair Knew and Did Nothing
"A number of sources in different areas of the city have confirmed to this writer that all Sheffield buses were delayed for an hour or more as they
were sent back to the depot to be checked for bombs. This occured early Tuesday evening, less than 48 hours before the London attack.
The bomb scare was the topic of every bus and tram terminal conversation in the city center.
Strangely enough the local print and television media didn't cover the bomb scare at all, this in a town where a traffic accident is top story for
three days running. This suggests the police passed on a directive not to report on the incident."
Stratfor Consulting Intelligence Agency: ’Israel Warned United Kingdom About Possible Attacks’
"Contrary to original claims that Israel was warned “minutes before” the first attack, unconfirmed rumors in intelligence circles indicate that
the Israeli government actually warned London of the attacks “a couple of days” previous. Israel has apparently given other warnings about
possible attacks that turned out to be aborted operations. The British government did not want to disrupt the G-8 summit in Gleneagles, Scotland, or
call off visits by foreign dignitaries to London, hoping this would be another false alarm."
Israel Orders Officials Not To Speak To Media About Bombings
"The Prime Minister's Office instructed Israeli officials not to give interviews to the foreign media Thursday on the London bombings.
The source indicated that part of the reason for such circumspection stemmed from the high level of "speculation" concerning the attacks. He
specifically referred to a report that came out soon after Thursday's bombings that Israel had received advance warning of the attacks, pointing to
the "danger that this kind of report can bring to Israel."
[edit on 9-7-2005 by TheShroudOfMemphis]