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My answer to the London bomber trying to ring his dead friends...

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posted on Sep, 20 2005 @ 03:28 PM
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Someone did question why the bus bomber might have tried to ring his accomplices when he knew they should have been dead..

Well, I've been thinking about it and the answer is obvious, bearing in mind is was just human too..
He was prevented from getting on the train he was supposed to, he would have panicked as the plan was suddenly scuppered, now even us at home with the TV and radio's didn't know what was going on, no-one did.

The initial reports were that it was electrical faults. The bombs were not announced until much later. He would not have known, he may even have heard that it was an electrical problem himself... panicked and tried to ring the others to see what was happening and if they also had been turned away from the stations and if the plan was still go ahead or not. Obviously after not being able to get hold of them he finally decided to detonate his bomb.

Hell, if you were part of some plot like that, you wouldn't want to be the one that went ahead and blew themselves up for 'nothing' when everyone else on the team hadn't been able to would you?

The answer is simple really, not complicated at all and it lies with human behaviour - including those of us that blow ourselves up.

[edit on 20-9-2005 by AgentSmith]




posted on Sep, 20 2005 @ 11:38 PM
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Why did the camera in the bus not work that day when it's in the camera companies interest to make sure they are working, plus it was recently checked?
Why did that bus go into maintaince for 24 hours being serviced by a different crew?
Why did the bomber sit up the back of the bus and up the top if he planned on blowing himself up?
Why did the bomber panickingly keep looking through his bag to apparently set off the bomb when the official story is that the tube bombers were remotely detonated, why not just make a call?
Why did that bus head offcourse back toward the tube stations that were bombed when no other bus was re-routed?

There's a few more questions that could use an answer, theres plenty more.

There was a reason why he got on that bus (assuming he did, since we have no camera evidence and just an explosion to go off). That bus had been intended to be involved in that days events before it begun but we are left with assumptions as to what was going through the bombers head rather than why the Bus was unique on that day to the rest of the fleet.

Why were Police blocking tram lines into London before anything happened that morning? Obviously they knew something was up. Why was Isreal able to warn, obviously they knew something was up also.

There's a lot of evidence of pre-planning and foresight that has nothing to do with the 'bombers'. These are the real questions, not trying to assume what the bomber may or may not have been thinking.

Dead men can't talk back and a dead patsy is the most valuable patsy.



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 04:49 AM
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Why bother getting on a bus? The McD's where he stopped at must have been busy after Kings Cross was evacuated. Why not detonate it there? Why not head to the crowds outside KC? Run into them shouting "Allah Akhbar!" then press the button.

Nothing of which you claim to be obvious is obvious.

Still waiting for full CCTV of them on 7/7. Strange why they found some of them a week earlier. Why bother checking that far back? I suppose it coinciding with another Al-Qaeda video makes it look like some kind of masterplan.

Also, of all the routes into London how did they trace them back to Luton?

[edit on 21-9-2005 by uknumpty]

[edit on 21-9-2005 by uknumpty]



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 05:04 AM
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Originally posted by uknumpty
Why bother getting on a bus? The McD's where he stopped at must have been busy after Kings Cross was evacuated. Why not detonate it there? Why not head to the crowds outside KC? Run into them shouting "Allah Akhbar!" then press the button.



Because it was being used to maximum effect to cripple public transport to hurt Britain,like air transit was hurt after 9/11 they tried the same thing with Madrid.

Terrorists learned from 9/11 you can hurt Countries by bringing them to a stand still.

[edit on 21-9-2005 by gps777]



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 06:25 AM
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Originally posted by gps777

Originally posted by uknumpty
Why bother getting on a bus? The McD's where he stopped at must have been busy after Kings Cross was evacuated. Why not detonate it there? Why not head to the crowds outside KC? Run into them shouting "Allah Akhbar!" then press the button.



Because it was being used to maximum effect to cripple public transport to hurt Britain,like air transit was hurt after 9/11 they tried the same thing with Madrid.



I reckon the Bus was a red herring by the real intelligence/government contracted maestro's, an ochestrated 'mistake' to give the impression of a amateur plan being forced to adlib. Creating error to hide professionalism.

There's too many question marks around the Bus and the results don't even need to rely on a suicide bomber even entering the bus, considering the camera 'wasn't working', the bus being re-routed toward the areas of London being attacked when it's normal route sends it away, having a 'different' crew working on the bus prior to the event for a 24 hours service and eye witness statements which tell of different atributes to that bus trip and the people on board - we have a case of a classic organised decoy to give the impression of amateurs when in fact the day was impecably planned and co-ordinated right down to the news wire feeds promoting the lie of a power-surge and the days of mis-information to follow, just like 9/11. The same 'creative team' were employed for Londons psy-op. It's just business to the elite, everyday people with everyday lives are a commodity to them to be used for their business needs. This business lives way above money, it's not about that, money is just a means for power and those gaining power are those waving the baton. Unfortunatly, the NWO myth keeps proving itself, i find it hard to believe that it's coincidence when it's so easily concievable.

It's a very small world but there's a LOT of depth to it.

Walter would be calling this a mile away!...


WALTER:
You want a toe? I can get you a toe, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You don't wanna know about it, believe me.

DUDE
But Walter--

WALTER
I'll get you a toe by this afternoon--with nail polish. These f-ing amateurs. They send us a toe, we're supposed to s--t our- selves with fear. Jesus Christ.



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 10:28 AM
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Yea but if Walter starts poking around Donny might end up having another heart attack.



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 11:06 AM
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Originally posted by TheShroudOfMemphis
Why did the camera in the bus not work that day when it's in the camera companies interest to make sure they are working, plus it was recently checked?


Do they ever work?



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 11:14 AM
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Originally posted by gps777
Because it was being used to maximum effect to cripple public transport to hurt Britain,like air transit was hurt after 9/11 they tried the same thing with Madrid.

Terrorists learned from 9/11 you can hurt Countries by bringing them to a stand still.

[edit on 21-9-2005 by gps777]


But he supposedly blew up a bus! That closed a small section of one road in London. It hardly brought anything to a standstill.

He could have taken his bomb onto a national rail line (like that he used to arrive on from Luton, it goes through the City of London at Blackfriars) and detonated it there and brought that system to standstill. He didn't.

If the 7/7 bombers really wanted to cause chaos they should have gone after Heathrow Airport tube stations. Not only shut down the tube but backlogs worldwide through air delays.

[edit on 21-9-2005 by uknumpty]



posted on Oct, 2 2005 @ 04:47 AM
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Originally posted by uknumpty

Originally posted by gps777
Because it was being used to maximum effect to cripple public transport to hurt Britain,like air transit was hurt after 9/11 they tried the same thing with Madrid.

Terrorists learned from 9/11 you can hurt Countries by bringing them to a stand still.

[edit on 21-9-2005 by gps777]


But he supposedly blew up a bus! That closed a small section of one road in London. It hardly brought anything to a standstill.

He could have taken his bomb onto a national rail line (like that he used to arrive on from Luton, it goes through the City of London at Blackfriars) and detonated it there and brought that system to standstill. He didn't.

If the 7/7 bombers really wanted to cause chaos they should have gone after Heathrow Airport tube stations. Not only shut down the tube but backlogs worldwide through air delays.

I thought after the explosion on the bus the whole bus network in London was suspended. Think that caused alot of problems perhaps not to a standstill but certainly causing many difficulties

[edit on 21-9-2005 by uknumpty]



posted on Oct, 3 2005 @ 11:28 AM
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The bus service wasn't suspended in London after the 7/7 bombings. I saw them chugging along all day.



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