7/7: What Did They Know?

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“7/7 What Did They Know?” is a new documentary from WideShut.co.uk, exploring the intelligence that was available to the police and security services prior to the July 7, 2005, London Bombings.

Officials claim they had no inkling of what was to befall London, but using newspaper reports, testimony and evidence from the inquest, the film reveals that Britain was warned continuously about threats to the Underground, actively planned to prevent them and had specific knowledge that two of the alleged bombers were involved in terrorist related activities.

More shocking is the evidence that during the 90s there was a semi-secret Government policy to allow extremists to operate in Britain and even send young men to terror training camps in Pakistan, when it suited Blair’s foreign policy in the Balkans. Furthermore there’s a possibility that extremists who surrounded the alleged bombers before the attacks had all at some point worked for British or allied intelligence agencies.

With the limited scope of the inquest, family members are still calling for an independent public inquiry to get to the bottom of this devastating tragedy.

For an extensive archive of 7/7 related information visit: http://julyseventh.co.uk

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2 comments to 7/7: What Did They Know?

  • why I think 9/11 and 7/7 were inside jobs to get the UK and USA behind perpetual war.
    1. Lucky Larry Silversteins Jewish Lightning Payout. No one gets that phucking lucky. and he and his kids were not in the windows of the world that day.
    2. FEMA and British FEMA both on the ground ready to go practicing eerily similar drills the day before and of.
    3. The flights on 9/11 on commercial jet liners were not loaded to capacity. Go ahead, board a plane in the morning on any September day major city to major city and duplicate that many empty seats.
    4. The non response by NORAD. The fact that people in charge were in essence compartmentalized and dumbed down.
    5. Cheney the grand pooba on 9/11 and no one can get ahold of him.
    6. The stalling at the school. Uh, your country is under attack buddy, you gonna read childrens books and display calm? yeah, right.
    7. The fact that the Bush White House didn’t want an investigation and when one was formed it was Iran Contra leftovers on the commission and crony Zelikow, after Kissinger, first choice, of course.
    8. The fact that the Israeli’s admitted on TV that they were there to document the event. Why don’t people harp on this more!?!?!?!?! go to websters dictionary. look up foreknowledge…. thanks from Israel and Lucky Larry for the heads up Osama! good looking out!
    9. The operatives had CIA handlers, you wonder if they even knew they were going to die
    10. The fact that the pieces of the twins were being carted off to parts unknown and not studied as a crime scene.
    11. Explosions going off inside the WTC7 prior to twins collapsing- R.I.P. Barry Jennings. I would love to interview Hess on his deathbed…

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  • Big M

    Here are the only things you need to know to be aware that 7/7 was an inside job.

    1) The bombs clearly blew up UNDER the cars/buses, meaning that they had to be planted. The only way this could have been done is when the trains/buses were back at their GOVERNMENT stations, where the only people with access to them would have been GOVERNMENT agents.

    2) Visor Consultants was running “drills” that morning on public transportation. Only the GOVERNMENT could have given them permission to do this, and the GOVERNMENT would have been privy to every single aspect of the “drills.” This made it chlld’s play for them to insert their own people, and flip the switch from “drill” to “live.”

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