posted on Jul, 1 2009 @ 09:05 AM
Hello, I'm a new user here, and I joined primarily just to point out what I found striking about this awful and completely biased documentary:
At the end, when we saw the three men talking about organising a meeting, one of them could be heard saying something along the lines of... "It will
be good to have the muslim communitythere" ... The Beeb were so keen to discredit ideas that 7/7 was part of a war on islam, and/or to gain
support for what is so called a 'war on terror'... Yet all they are doing, by taking this quote out of context (something they falsefully rile
conspiracy theorists for doing)... is reinforcing the notion that there are definite anti-Muslim prejudices, or even worse (in the form of a possible
mi5 conspiracy)... by deliberately insinuating that this was a generalised statement, the beeb have quite clearly indicated the anti-muslim nature of
our goverment, and obviously the bbc itself...
The documentary, as said above, skips past the most pressing discrepancies, indeed, it is the typical glossed over rubbish that one would expect
from the BBC... the muckspreading about how conspirators are holocaust deniers or other madmen as they would like to put across, only raises the
weakness of this awful documentary's argument... Where is the speech extract from Sir Ian Blair.. "I'm Not Saying there are four bombers"... There
is so much that this documentary ignored, or glossed over, that all it turned out to be, was deliberate hate against those of us who actually have
open minds and are not brainwashed by goverment lies... They interviewed the police chief near the end... he said it was crucial that they put a stop
to conspiracy theories, yet as I just said, surely it is better to get the real facts, if we approach things with an open mind, unlike the bbc, who
were simply determined to throw mud at those of us who can atually put together thruthfully informed analysis.