Did anyone else notice the change to part one of "Operation Blackjack" on the Telegraph website?
I've been following the Operation Blackjack issue for a while now (thanks to ATS, and the great researchers here), and was telling a friend about
I have just opened the site again to look over some details I was pondering, and made an interesting discovery.
In slide 10 of Operation Blackjack, it shows a caption saying that the Prime Minister gives a statement to "the House", about the threat.
When I first saw this, and many times afterward, the picutre used to show Gordon Brown, who is the UK's current Prime Minister.
The image has been replaced however, and now shows David Cameron (leader of the "oposition" party, the Conservatives).
The image is given below... I hope.
Is this a suggestion that David Cameron is the next Prime Minister, and that these events are planned for after we have a change in the leadership of
the United Kingdom?
It just seems odd that at a time when Gordon Brown is universally disliked by the voting population, that Cameron would be presented like this.
Especially as Brown was the man in the original image - at least as far as I remember!
Why edit the image in the first place, though? Showing a picture of Gordon Brown as the Prime Minister was rather effective in my opinion. Brown is a
rather drab and dreary man, and that sort of scenario just seemed to fit him and his character quite well.
Does anyone have any suggestions, theories, etc.? I haven't been through the rest of the slides in this "show", but I'll certainly be looking
[edit on 11-8-2009 by dampnickers]