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Old 07-07-2005, 09:07 PM
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Drudge still has headline:

Netanyahu Changed Plans Due To Warning

http://www.drudgereport.com/

Co-incidently, 9-11 Mayor was yards from blast

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Old 07-07-2005, 09:19 PM
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IGWT,

I just have to say and it's not like I'm anybody around here, but you have done a superb job in starting this thread and following it through.

Investigative reporting is what we lack in this country.

Gathering all information that they throw out there so the PUBLIC can see that they are constantly contradicting themselves is vital in uncovering their "method of operandi."

This was studied in mind control programs on their victims. FLOODING the brain with too much information causes a "shut down" mode. Can't figure it out, so you just give up. It's too difficult to find a needle in a haystack. TOO MUCH DISINFORMATION causes confusion. Also, a mind control tactic.

But, to give up is to surrender and to surrrender is unacceptable in the true spirit of patriotism.

We must call on our leaders to take responsiblity for their actions.

We demand nothing less!!

This is our country!!!

There will be much more disinformation to come in the days ahead.
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Old 07-07-2005, 09:56 PM
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Data overload stress disorder , known to be a problem in an age where information doubles every day!

Just saw this on the web.

July 8, 2005
Timers Used in Blasts, Police Say; Parallels to Madrid Are Found
By DON VAN NATTA Jr. and ELAINE SCIOLINO

LONDON, July 7 - Investigators searching for clues in the attacks here said Thursday that the three bombs used in the subway apparently were detonated by timers, not suicide bombers, and that a fourth device may have been intended for a target other than the city bus that it destroyed.

Senior police officials said they had not received a message claiming responsibility for the attacks from any group, and had made no arrests. But officials immediately drew parallels between the London bombings and the ones that struck commuter trains in Madrid 16 months ago, which were carried out by a Qaeda-inspired cell.

By Thursday night, there were far more questions than answers confronting Scotland Yard. One official said none of the scores of suspected terrorists being watched closely in England appeared to be involved.

Police and intelligence officials acknowledged that they were taken completely by surprise by the coordinated bombings, even though they had been anticipating a terrorist attack for years.

The officials said there was no warning or even a hint that an attack was imminent among the blizzard of intelligence accumulated in recent days by the Metropolitan Police and by MI5, the domestic intelligence services.

"There was no intelligence in our possession that these attacks were going to take place today," said Brian Paddick, deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. "We were given no warning from any organization that this was going to happen."

Since Sept. 11, 2001, senior police officials have warned that a large-scale terror attack in Britain was not a matter of if but when, a prediction repeated by a senior police official late last month.

The Joint Terrorist Analysis Center even reduced the threat level of a terrorist attack from "severe-general" to "substantial" early last month. There are seven levels to the security scale, with severe-general the third most severe and substantial the fourth.

The threat levels are not made public, but they reflect the intelligence on potential attacks and help officials to make decisions about staff levels. The alert level was not raised to coincide with the opening of the Group of 8 summit meeting in Scotland, officials said.

Mr. Paddick and other police officials denied that the lower ranking affected the level of the emergency response to the bombings on Thursday. He also rejected the suggestion that the ranking reflected a conclusion that the terrorist threat had eased here.

"We felt it was appropriate, bearing in mind all the intelligence that we were in possession of," he said. "We are content that the security system was appropriate, notwithstanding the G-8 summit that was happening in Scotland."

Michael Mates, a senior member of Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee, said, "There was certainly a heightened awareness this week, although it's likely that resources were a bit more focused on the G-8 summit."

Upon his return to London on Thursday afternoon, Prime Minister Tony Blair vowed that the authorities would mount "the most intense police and security investigation to bring those responsible to justice."

Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said the explosions bore "the hallmarks of an Al Qaeda-related attack," but police officials stopped short of assigning any blame to a particular group.

A group calling itself the Secret Organization of Al Qaeda in Europe announced on a Web site that it was responsible for the bombings. The announcement also threatened Italy and Denmark, which have provided troops to the American-led coalition fighting in Iraq.

The authenticity of the message could not be confirmed, and several experts said they strongly doubted that it was authentic.

American intelligence officials said they had begun a detailed review of data gathered in recent weeks to search for possible clues. "Everybody's going back and looking over their reporting to see if we overlooked anything or failed to share it," one senior intelligence official said.

Counterterrorism officials in London said they were still trying to determine the type of explosives that were used. One official speculated that the No. 30 bus whose roof was blown off at 9:47 a.m. in Bloomsbury was demolished accidentally by a suicide bomber. But another theory gaining momentum was that the bomb exploded prematurely as a bomber was carrying it to an intended target, several American and British counterterrorism officials said.

The officials said that the three subway bombs appeared to have been detonated by timers, not cellphones or other remote triggers. The bombs on the trains were believed to be package bombs and are believed to have been left by the attackers who fled before they went off.

Officials refused to confirm or deny reports that two unexploded package bombs were recovered from trains. A senior American intelligence official said the British had conducted "at least one controlled explosion" of a suspicious package found after the attacks, but he said he could not confirm that the package was another bomb.

The bombings in Madrid and London were separated by 16 months, and the ones in Madrid were set off by cell phones. But the attacks bear eerie similarities and grim lessons for counterterrorism officials.

"Madrid carried terror to the heart of Europe, but we never believed we would be a lonely, unique case," Jorge Dezcallar, who was the head of Spain's foreign intelligence service at the time of the Madrid attacks, said in a telephone interview. "We just had the bad luck of being chosen as the first target, but not the last. London, like Madrid, proves how vulnerable we are."

Like Madrid, the attacks on London were aimed not at symbols of power like Big Ben or Westminster Abbey but at the mundane: ordinary workers making their way to work at the busiest time of the day. In Madrid, 191 people were killed by the 10 bombs that ripped through four commuter trains during the morning rush hour.

The effect in both cities was to paralyze the ordinary workings of the city. British authorities announced that every inch of every subway train in London would be examined to insure that no more explosives had been planted, just as the Spanish authorities examined every commuter train.

"The explosions were designed to elicit panic among the people," Gen. Hamidou Laanigri, Morocco's chief of security, said in a telephone interview. "That is always the logic of terrorism: to get the maximum attention and impact."

Another similarity is that politics may have played a role in the timing. Thursday was the first day of the Group of 8 talks, led by Mr. Blair at Gleneagles, near Edinburgh. The bombings in Madrid came three days ahead of a close national election.

Both Spain and Britain sent troops to aid the American-led war in Iraq and the military attack in Afghanistan, although it is not known whether support for American foreign policies played a role in the London attack.

British and Spanish intelligence services are operating on the assumption that a network with allegiance to Al Qaeda, either Arabs or one of the emerging Pakistani groups in Europe, was responsible for the London attacks, several intelligence officials said.

"It is still too early to definitively say who carried out these attacks," said Matt Levitt, a former F.B.I. agent and now a senior fellow and director of terrorism studies at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. "But as the investigation into the London bombings proceeds, authorities should not be surprised if the evidence reveals a more critical link to the Madrid attacks."

Senior counterterrorism officials say Al Qaeda had evolved from a structured, hierarchical group to a decentralized organization that relies on small independent groups to carry out "Al Qaeda-inspired attacks."

"There have been a lot of attempts" in London, said Baltasar Garzón, a Spanish judge who has investigated Al Qaeda for years. "And in this case, they finally hit some of the easiest targets with these trains. Their only real obstacle to this kind of action is getting the explosives. Once they have them, it's very easy to attack targets like Sunday trains."

Mr. Mates, of the Intelligence and Security Committee, said it had been only a matter of time before a coordinated attack struck London. He said the authorities had thwarted at least three coordinated attacks in London since 9/11. "We've caught and prevented those who were trying to get through and stopped them," he said.

Britain has considerable experience investigating bombs and identifying those responsible, based on years of attacks in London and in Northern Ireland by the Irish Republican Army.

Since the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, Osama bin Laden and other groups have threatened to attack Britain in retaliation for its support of the United States. Last April, Mr. bin Laden demanded that Britain and other American allies pull out of Iraq by July 15, 2004. The deadline passed without incident.

Counterterrorism officials have said they worried that the prime target was the 122-year-old Underground, the world's busiest subway system, which ferries three million people each day. The subway and most public streets are monitored by a vast network of closed-circuit television cameras, whose images were being reviewed Thursday by investigators.

Officials said they were confident that the forensic investigation collected at the four sites would yield clues that might help them identify and arrest those responsible for the attacks. They also hoped to recover DNA samples from bombs and body fragments. All those arrested in Britain must provide DNA samples even if they do not face criminal charges.

Don Van Natta Jr. reported from London for this article and Elaine Sciolino from Paris. Reporting was contributed by David Johnston, David E. Sanger and Scott Shane from Washington, Stephen Grey from London, Tim Golden from New York and Souad Mekhennetfrom Frankfurt.
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Old 07-07-2005, 10:42 PM
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Data overload stress disorder , known to be a problem in an age where information doubles every day!

Just saw this on the web.

July 8, 2005
Timers Used in Blasts, Police Say; Parallels to Madrid Are Found
By DON VAN NATTA Jr. and ELAINE SCIOLINO

LONDON, July 7 - Investigators searching for clues in the attacks here said Thursday that the three bombs used in the subway apparently were detonated by timers, not suicide bombers, and that a fourth device may have been intended for a target other than the city bus that it destroyed.

Senior police officials said they had not received a message claiming responsibility for the attacks from any group, and had made no arrests. But officials immediately drew parallels between the London bombings and the ones that struck commuter trains in Madrid 16 months ago, which were carried out by a Qaeda-inspired cell.

By Thursday night, there were far more questions than answers confronting Scotland Yard. One official said none of the scores of suspected terrorists being watched closely in England appeared to be involved.

Police and intelligence officials acknowledged that they were taken completely by surprise by the coordinated bombings, even though they had been anticipating a terrorist attack for years.


Completely by surprise!! What about the reports of Net being warned and updated all morning?


The officials said there was no warning or even a hint that an attack was imminent among the blizzard of intelligence accumulated in recent days by the Metropolitan Police and by MI5, the domestic intelligence services.

Completely by surprise!! What about the reports of Net being warned and updated all morning?

"There was no intelligence in our possession that these attacks were going to take place today," said Brian Paddick, deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. "We were given no warning from any organization that this was going to happen."

Completely by surprise!! What about the reports of Net being warned and updated all morning?

Since Sept. 11, 2001, senior police officials have warned that a large-scale terror attack in Britain was not a matter of if but when, a prediction repeated by a senior police official late last month.

The Joint Terrorist Analysis Center even reduced the threat level of a terrorist attack from "severe-general" to "substantial" early last month. There are seven levels to the security scale, with severe-general the third most severe and substantial the fourth.

The threat levels are not made public, but they reflect the intelligence on potential attacks and help officials to make decisions about staff levels. The alert level was not raised to coincide with the opening of the Group of 8 summit meeting in Scotland, officials said.

Mr. Paddick and other police officials denied that the lower ranking affected the level of the emergency response to the bombings on Thursday. He also rejected the suggestion that the ranking reflected a conclusion that the terrorist threat had eased here.

"We felt it was appropriate, bearing in mind all the intelligence that we were in possession of," he said. "We are content that the security system was appropriate, notwithstanding the G-8 summit that was happening in Scotland."

Michael Mates, a senior member of Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee, said, "There was certainly a heightened awareness this week, although it's likely that resources were a bit more focused on the G-8 summit."

Upon his return to London on Thursday afternoon, Prime Minister Tony Blair vowed that the authorities would mount "the most intense police and security investigation to bring those responsible to justice."

Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said the explosions bore "the hallmarks of an Al Qaeda-related attack," but police officials stopped short of assigning any blame to a particular group.

A group calling itself the Secret Organization of Al Qaeda in Europe announced on a Web site that it was responsible for the bombings. The announcement also threatened Italy and Denmark, which have provided troops to the American-led coalition fighting in Iraq.

The authenticity of the message could not be confirmed, and several experts said they strongly doubted that it was authentic.

American intelligence officials said they had begun a detailed review of data gathered in recent weeks to search for possible clues. "Everybody's going back and looking over their reporting to see if we overlooked anything or failed to share it," one senior intelligence official said.

They had data that was gathered in recent weeks!!! They didn't share!!! WTF???

Counterterrorism officials in London said they were still trying to determine the type of explosives that were used. One official speculated that the No. 30 bus whose roof was blown off at 9:47 a.m. in Bloomsbury was demolished accidentally by a suicide bomber. But another theory gaining momentum was that the bomb exploded prematurely as a bomber was carrying it to an intended target, several American and British counterterrorism officials said.

The officials said that the three subway bombs appeared to have been detonated by timers, not cellphones or other remote triggers. The bombs on the trains were believed to be package bombs and are believed to have been left by the attackers who fled before they went off.

I guess if you were leaving a bomb you would flee before they went off!!!

Officials refused to confirm or deny reports that two unexploded package bombs were recovered from trains. A senior American intelligence official said the British had conducted "at least one controlled explosion" of a suspicious package found after the attacks, but he said he could not confirm that the package was another bomb.

What? Refuse to confirm or deny!! Either you found two unexploded bombs or you didn't!!! They conducted at least one controlled explosion of a suspicious package fround after the attacks, but couldn't confirm if it ws a bomb!!!! Found where??? If it's an explosion, wouldn't that indicate that it's a bomb????

The bombings in Madrid and London were separated by 16 months, and the ones in Madrid were set off by cell phones. But the attacks bear eerie similarities and grim lessons for counterterrorism officials.

"Madrid carried terror to the heart of Europe, but we never believed we would be a lonely, unique case," Jorge Dezcallar, who was the head of Spain's foreign intelligence service at the time of the Madrid attacks, said in a telephone interview. "We just had the bad luck of being chosen as the first target, but not the last. London, like Madrid, proves how vulnerable we are."

Like Madrid, the attacks on London were aimed not at symbols of power like Big Ben or Westminster Abbey but at the mundane: ordinary workers making their way to work at the busiest time of the day. In Madrid, 191 people were killed by the 10 bombs that ripped through four commuter trains during the morning rush hour.

Aimed at the mudane, ordinary workers. Well, they're certainly not going to kill Blair, Bush or Net!! Net was alerted to get the hell out of DODGE!! Think they wanted him dead, but some snitch saved his life???

The effect in both cities was to paralyze the ordinary workings of the city. British authorities announced that every inch of every subway train in London would be examined to insure that no more explosives had been planted, just as the Spanish authorities examined every commuter train.

"The explosions were designed to elicit panic among the people," Gen. Hamidou Laanigri, Morocco's chief of security, said in a telephone interview. "That is always the logic of terrorism: to get the maximum attention and impact."

Really? Is that what they're trying to accomplish here??? Anxiety, fear, panic in the masses. All contribute to psychological changes. Instilling the fear of death is their goal.

Another similarity is that politics may have played a role in the timing. Thursday was the first day of the Group of 8 talks, led by Mr. Blair at Gleneagles, near Edinburgh. The bombings in Madrid came three days ahead of a close national election.

Oh, give me a break!! Blame it on the G8 talks!!

Both Spain and Britain sent troops to aid the American-led war in Iraq and the military attack in Afghanistan, although it is not known whether support for American foreign policies played a role in the London attack.

British and Spanish intelligence services are operating on the assumption that a network with allegiance to Al Qaeda, either Arabs or one of the emerging Pakistani groups in Europe, was responsible for the London attacks, several intelligence officials said.

Why are they operating on this assumption?? Because we've been conditioned to believe it must be Al Qaeda or some other Arab group???

"It is still too early to definitively say who carried out these attacks," said Matt Levitt, a former F.B.I. agent and now a senior fellow and director of terrorism studies at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. "But as the investigation into the London bombings proceeds, authorities should not be surprised if the evidence reveals a more critical link to the Madrid attacks."

Senior counterterrorism officials say Al Qaeda had evolved from a structured, hierarchical group to a decentralized organization that relies on small independent groups to carry out "Al Qaeda-inspired attacks."

Oh, yes, they continue to get away with murder because our government allows it!!!

"There have been a lot of attempts" in London, said Baltasar Garzón, a Spanish judge who has investigated Al Qaeda for years. "And in this case, they finally hit some of the easiest targets with these trains. Their only real obstacle to this kind of action is getting the explosives. Once they have them, it's very easy to attack targets like Sunday trains."

Why is it so easy???

Mr. Mates, of the Intelligence and Security Committee, said it had been only a matter of time before a coordinated attack struck London. He said the authorities had thwarted at least three coordinated attacks in London since 9/11. "We've caught and prevented those who were trying to get through and stopped them," he said.

Can we have details on this please???

Britain has considerable experience investigating bombs and identifying those responsible, based on years of attacks in London and in Northern Ireland by the Irish Republican Army.

Since the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, Osama bin Laden and other groups have threatened to attack Britain in retaliation for its support of the United States. Last April, Mr. bin Laden demanded that Britain and other American allies pull out of Iraq by July 15, 2004. The deadline passed without incident.

Nice how they refer to him as Mr. Bin Laden. Nice how they can use him to threaten other countries from some secret hide-out or else he will strike again. Where is he anyway?

Counterterrorism officials have said they worried that the prime target was the 122-year-old Underground, the world's busiest subway system, which ferries three million people each day. The subway and most public streets are monitored by a vast network of closed-circuit television cameras, whose images were being reviewed Thursday by investigators.

Officials said they were confident that the forensic investigation collected at the four sites would yield clues that might help them identify and arrest those responsible for the attacks. They also hoped to recover DNA samples from bombs and body fragments. All those arrested in Britain must provide DNA samples even if they do not face criminal charges.

People were arrested? Who?

Don Van Natta Jr. reported from London for this article and Elaine Sciolino from Paris. Reporting was contributed by David Johnston, David E. Sanger and Scott Shane from Washington, Stephen Grey from London, Tim Golden from New York and Souad Mekhennetfrom Frankfurt.
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Old 07-07-2005, 11:37 PM
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Interesting observation. Here is an update from ABC news:

Last Update: Friday, July 8, 2005. 2:32pm (AEST)
Damaged cars in Tavistock Square, London after several blasts hit

Damaged cars in Tavistock Square, London after several blasts hit (Reuters )

Fifty dead in London bombings: Howard

Australian Prime Minister John Howard says he believes the death toll from London's terrorist bombings has reached 52, with hundreds injured.

Mr Howard says seven Australians are being treated in hospital, including one who is in critical condition.

"In the nature of things, sadly the death toll is likely to climb," Mr Howard said.

The peak-hour attacks happened as the Group of Eight (G8) rich nations held a summit at Gleneagles in Scotland.

"The attacks will resonate particularly with millions of Australians," Mr Howard said. "There is no city outside our own cities better known to generations of Australians than the city of London.

"The location of the attacks are locations familiar to so many of us. This brutal, indiscriminate, unforgivable attack on innocent people going about their daily lives is a mark of the depraved character of the people who carried it out."

Mr Howard says it is too early to say who is responsible for the attacks, though there are clear similarities with last year's Madrid attacks and past Al Qaeda operations.

"Clearly, it is a terrorist group," the Prime Minister said. "There are similarities between this attack and the attack in Madrid, not least of course and most obviously that it was an attack on the rail network of a major city.

"The latest advice I have through the discussions with the British intelligence is it's just too early to make a judgment but the link with the G8 seems inescapable and the method, the sequencing, the timing of the attacks, all of that bears a very close similarity to the methodology that was employed in Madrid."

Mr Howard added: "There are obviously great similarities with past Al Qaeda activities. I can't tell you whether it's definitely an Al Qaeda operation. It could be. It could be an operation of an outfit that mimics Al Qaeda but has only a loose association with it or it could be another terrorist group."

He says the London attacks were not just attacks on Western Christians but that people of many different religions - and no religion - would be among the victims.
Australian alert level

Mr Howard says Australia remains a terrorism target, though there is no specific intelligence that the threat to Australia is any higher in the wake of the London blasts.

He says Australia's national anti-terrorism committee met shortly after the blasts but unanimously decided against any change to the alert level in Australia, which remains at medium.

"We do not have any specific intelligence of any kind suggesting that because this attack has taken place then it's more likely that there will be an attack on the Australian homeland," Mr Howard said.

"I must nonetheless say that this country could be the subject of an attack like this."

He added: "We will do everything within our power ... to prevent an attack occurring."

Mr Howard says he cannot say at this stage whether Australia will need to beef up security at its road and rail transport systems to match airport security.

"I find that question impossible to answer except to say that whatever security steps are needed and reasonable and proportionate to the potential threat ought to be adopted," he said.
Investigation team

Mr Howard says Australia will send six officials to the United Kingdom to help with the investigation into the blasts.

The team is made up three Australian Federal Police personnel, including a bomb expert and a counter-terrorism specialist, as well as one person from the Victoria police, one from the New South Wales police and one from the Department of Transport and Regional Services.

The Prime Minister says the bombings will not deter his travel plans this month, including a planned visit to the United Kingdom.

"It's more important than ever that I go there," Mr Howard said.

"It was an important time before the events of the last 24 hours [and] it's doubly important now because any suggestion that an attack like this would interfere with the exchanges that ought to go on at a head of government level between countries like Britain and Australia would be quite appalling."

Mr Howard has repeated that he believes the West still faces a long struggle in the war on terrorism but that it is making progress.

He says the Government is weighing its options on a return of Australian military personnel to Afghanistan.

Federal Opposition Leader Kim Beazley says Australia must remain aware that it is under threat from terrorists.

He says the attacks in London will not diminish Labor's support for the return of Australian troops to Afghanistan.

"Taliban and Al Qaeda elements exist and to some degree exist and are coming back in Afghanistan," Mr Beazley said.

"This is not acceptable. This is something that must be dealt with."
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Old 07-08-2005, 12:29 AM
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Another report from Rense says Illuminati behind attacks and initial news reports were definitely designed to confuse.

An Illuminati Ordered
'Terrorist' Attack In London
Commentary
By Michael Shore - Israel
7-7-5


Today is 7/ 7 2005 {2+5} or 777, a "perfect" day for the insane Illuminati to do one of their dirty deeds. One thing the Illuminati are into is rituals and numbers. The Illuminati like to leave their secret markings on their crimes. Remember 911?

Bush and Blair desperately needed some kind of new "terrorist" attack because they were losing the support of their citizens for the war in Iraq.The "Downing Street Memo" was a problem for both Bush and Blair and was not going away.
http://www.downingstreetmemo.com/

The G8 anti-poverty demonstrations were also a negative factor for these two men and the other six G 8 members. So what better way to divert the people's attention than to "order up" a "terrorist" bombing in the U.K.

All this may sound pretty unbelievable, but it's no different than the Illuminati engineered 911 killing "mass casualty producing event", but on a much smaller scale.

You have to watch the initial news reports which were purposely confusing. After all if you control all the news media, you can report just about anything you'd like to report for your benefit. From the news reports, it sounded like there weren't as many deaths as the Illuminati had expected. First there was a report of only two deaths, which is much less than this insane group of killers and gangsters had expected. Check out the following news headline and see if you notice anything strange:
http://edition.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/07/07/london.tube/index.html

"U.S. law enforcement sources say the British government has said at least 40 people are dead in bomb attacks." On the same page you will notice "two confirmed dead". Plus what is "US law enforcement sources" { whatever that means} reporting so quickly on how many dead there are in London? Why wouldn't the London police report something like that themselves?

From the way the news of the bombings were reported, it sounded that possibly a few of their bombs did not go off as planned. There was a report that there were two buses that had blown up, when only one bus was confirmed and pictures were shown.

"12:35 Scotland Yard revises the number of blasts down to four, three in the underground system and one on a bus. These are: Russell Square and Kings Cross Underground, Moorgate, Aldgate and Liverpool Street Underground, Edgware Road station and Tavistock Square where there was an explosion on a bus."

http://edition.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/07/07/london.timeline/index.html

Then you have the typical claiming of responsibility by some unknown bogus "terrorist" group called " the "Secret Organization group of al Qaeda Organization in Europe," who claimed responsibility in a Web site posting. The authenticity of the claim could not immediately be verified." People will not even remember the name of this bogus organization by tomorrow.
Plus it was not even claimed to be a "suicide" bombing, so any of the US or British "black ops" killer government groups could have easily planted their bombs on the trains and bus and remotely detonated them. Since it already has been established that this was a supposed "terrorist" attack, there will be no need for a CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION to find out where the bomb parts came from and WHO made the bombs>>>CASE CLOSED, no more investigation needed here.YEAH RIGHT SURE! The People will never notice this one BIG major give away for the real "black ops" perpetrators of the killing act to get away "scott free" in so-called "terrorist" attacks. One need look no further than Israel to see this kind of Modus Operandi by government controlled "black ops" small groups of individuals. So called "suicide" bombings in Israel and elsewhere go un-investigated thoroughly like other crimes, if it is called a "suicide TERRORIST" bombing". People would never want to believe that their gangster leaders would kill their own citizens for the benefit of the "elite" super wealthy Illuminati "rulers" and their connected web of gangsters,killers and thieves. But one only has to look at 911 to see this possible TRUTH!

There were even reports that Scotland Yard knew about the attacks before they took place, which is very strange. How could Scotland Yard have such information and possibly know who, what, where, when the attacks would occur and then DO NOTHING to stop them or warn their British citizens? Obviously an investigation is warranted.

http://www.indiadaily.com/editorial/3489.asp

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0507/S00103.htm

The Illuminati desired damage had been done. They got their "TERRORIST DID IT" headline in their corporate controlled news media, which scared the shit out of the British People, who will now call "for something to be done" Tony Blair is temporarily off the hook for the "Downing Street Memo". Bush can ride on this "terror" coat tails because Americans can relate to riding on buses and possibly being blown up too. FEAR is being used here big time. Support for the bogus "war on terror" will increase again unfortunately and these gangster killers can continue their sick insane war in Iraq and steal billions of taxpayer dollars from the multi-billion dollars of weapons sales and bogus multi-billions of dollars of contracts to rebuild Iraq.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0%2C2763%2C1522983%2C00.html

Probably the most sickening thing of this whole killing event is to hear Tony Blair and Bush call this London killing act "BARBARIC", while the US military has 'shock and awed" with their deadly precision bombs; and had their military BARBARICALLY KILL OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND innocent Iraqi children, women and men, and wound, maim and torture hundreds of thousands more in this unnecessary horrendous SICK "war for oil and profit" in Iraq!!! How can the Illuminati supported Bush and Blair get away with their BARBARIC ACTS of killing on such a grand scale and the People not see this hypocrisy???

STOP THE SICK INSANE ILLUMINATI GANGSTERS AND KILLERS NOW!

PEACE

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Old 07-08-2005, 03:14 AM
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Officials: Timing Devices Discovered in London

July 7, 2005 — In what appears to be the first major break in the London terrorist attacks, U.S. authorities tell ABC News that police in London have recovered key parts of the timing devices that set off the bombs, suggesting they were planted in packages or bags and left behind.

Officials now believe that all the bombs were detonated by timing devices. Earlier today, British investigators had believed that the bomb on the bus was the work of a suicide bomber, sources said.

The most important piece of evidence in Madrid was the discovery of a backpack in the rubble. A cell phone inside had been wired as a bomb detonator, and the phone led police to the terrorists. They were able to track where it had been sold, who had sold it and who had bought it.

http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/Investigation/story?id=918193
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Old 07-08-2005, 05:39 AM
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Olympic joy ends

"Britain rose yesterday morning with a spring in its step, buoyed by our Olympic triumph," says the Daily Mail.

"Within hours that confidence had been shattered - the euphoria obliterated," it continues.

"Make no mistake Britain will almost certainly have to sacrifice some of our ancient legal rights if we wish to protect our citizens."

Could see that coming...
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Old 07-08-2005, 06:51 AM
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Default Re: London Terrorist Attack

I bet you dollars to donuts
that within a very short
period of time Iran will get blamed
for London bombings.

And I know that is no great insight
or revelation to 90% of the people
who come to this board.
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Old 07-08-2005, 10:16 AM
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Default Re: London Terrorist Attack

WE BOMB THEM AND THEY BOMB US!!

And, so it goes. The cycle of violence continues.

The masses are becomming accustomed to the lifestyle of living with the fear that they could be the victim in a bombing at any time now.

They are conditioning US to this end.

We either accept or reject!!
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