Saturday, July 23, 2005

London Bombs 7 7 - Part 3 - updates


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CAMBRIDGE dancer Bruce Lait has spoken of his miraculous escape when a bomb exploded just yards away from him in a Tube train carriage...

Mr Lait ... believes he and his dance partner Crystal Main were the only passengers in the carriage who survived the blast without serious injury - even though they were sitting nearest to where the bomb detonated.

As they made their way out, a policeman pointed out where the bomb had been.

"The policeman said 'mind that hole, that's where the bomb was'. The metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train. They seem to think the bomb was left in a bag, but I don't remember anybody being where the bomb was, or any bag," he said.

Jul 23, 2005

Mark Faulk wrote:

In a seemingly innocuous article in the British newspaper Cambridge Evening News, 32 year-old dance instructor Bruce Lait, in an interview from his hospital bed, said:

"The policeman said 'mind that hole, that's where the bomb was'. The metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train. They seem to think the bomb was left in a bag, but I don't remember anybody being where the bomb was, or any bag."

Let's put this in perspective, piece by piece:

"The metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train."

"I don't remember anybody being where the bomb was, or any bag."

"We were nearest the bomb."

The metal was pushed upwards because THE BOMB WAS UNDERNEATH THE TRAIN.

Lait didn't remember seeing anyone, or a bag that could be holding a bomb, near the point of detonation because there was no bomber sitting there, there was no bag. THE BOMB WAS UNDERNEATH THE TRAIN.

Dance partners Bruce Lait and Crystal Main were nearest the bomb.....again, no Islamic radical, no Mideastern terrorist sitting in that carriage. THE BOMB WAS UNDERNEATH THE TRAIN.


Matthew Paris, in The Times July 23, 2005, named the four powers who are behind the al-Qaeda conspiracy:

1. the security services,
2. the government,
3. the media
4. and the terrorist.

According to Paris: "The BBC’s The Power of Nightmares made an important point: fear silences opposition, and governments walk tallest when an external threat can be identified and they can lead us against it."

Paris wrote:

"Immediately after July 7 it was prominently reported that the explosions “bore all the hallmarks” of the use of a type of high-grade military explosive whose presence would indicate a sophisticated international dimension to the bombings."

Then the story changed.

"Immediately after the first bombing, a report was splashed that two people had been arrested trying to leave Heathrow.

They were released without charge.

"A few days after that, much was made of the arrest in Egypt of a British Muslim whom the less-scrupulous news reports called a “chemist” (he is a biochemist).

Then the story changed.

"Then there were some big headlines about an alleged “al-Qaeda operative” who had “slipped” into Britain, and slipped out — just before the bombings."

Then the story changed.

"This is only a small sample of the deadends..."


Gordon Thomas, Tim Shipman and Yvonne Ridley, in the 11 May 2003 Sunday Express, wrote about Israeli death squads in London.

According to 'senior Israeli sources', Israel moved a number of agents, including 'the kidon assassination squad', into the UK.

An MI5 source was quoted as saying: "We know from past experience the kidon can make murder look like an accident. It is their speciality."

Mossad chief, Meir Dagan, reportedly told Eliza Manningham-Buller, head of MI5, that Mossad would co-operate closely with her agents.

According to the Sunday Express article, "British intelligence officers are angry that Mossad's arrival in force in Britain ... undermines their independence... Their worst fear is that innocent civilians could get mixed up in an assassination attempt...

"But they also fear that the Mossad incursion into Britain is an attempt to embarrass the Labour Government, which has upset Mr Sharon through Tony Blair's stern advocacy of the Middle East peace road map.

A British intelligence source said: "The whole purpose would be to neutralise Britain and eliminate Blair from taking part in the talks on the grounds his country is harbouring terrorists.

"Sharon gets rid of UK interference and is able to shoehorn Mossad in to Britain again with the blessing of the Government."


Jean Charles de Menezes was shot dead by police hunting the bombers behind the London attacks. Jean Charles de Menezes was unconnected to the incidents, police have confirmed.,16132,1535565,00.html

The 27-year-old Brazilian-born electrician, Jean Charles de Menezes, had been due in Kilburn, to help fit a fire alarm...

"He rang me ... saying that he would be a little late because the tube lines weren't working properly," said Gesio de Avila, a builder and close friend who Mr De Menezes had been due to meet that morning for the fire alarm job...

Mr Menezes had been stopped twice by police in the past, said his cousin, who said that was a normal occurrence for young Brazilian men in London...


The following is from Xymphora:

...In the case of Jean Charles de Menezes, the authorities pursued him from a place of relatively few people into a crowded subway train, apparently made no attempt to fire at him until he was on the ground (witnesses reported no shots until the five fatal ones), and only killed him when he was closely surrounded by a number of official shooters.

In other words, they followed absolutely no part of the protocol apparently learned from the Israelis on how to deal with suicide bombers. Had he been a real suicide bomber, they had given him ample time to set off his bomb, forced him to a place where the bomb would have done the maximum harm, and might even have accidentally triggered the bomb by their firing at him at close range, surrounded by policemen who would have been victims of the bomb. I'm always suspicious when I read elaborate explanations for official behavior that don't match what the officials actually did.

There is still no logical explanation of how Jean Charles de Menezes even ended up under police surveillance.

Officials claim that he was living in an apartment in the same building or in a building close to the building which the police were watching as the residence of someone suspected of being connected to the bombings. At least, that's the Official Story. It makes no sense. Did they not know what the person they were supposedly watching actually looked like? Would any person living in the building, or even in the area of the building, become a suspect?

... If they thought he was a suicide bomber, why did they let him walk into a subway station? Why did they only challenge him - if in fact they did - or run after him after he was in a place where he could do real damage? The Official Story has so many holes in it that it appears that at least part of it was made up after the fact, in order to justify what seems to be an unjustifiable shooting.


The following is from Xymphora:

1. The police were staking out the block of flats in which he was living because the address had been found in documents left in one of the abandoned rucksacks that didn't blow up in the last series of attacks. That's a good place to leave the address of your safe house!

2. There were eight separate flats in the block, and he did not look like any of the suspects, but the police decided to follow him anyway.

3. Although they feared he might be a suicide bomber, they let him get on a bus!

4. For some reason, they decided he must not be allowed to get on the subway platform, even though it was fine for him to take a ten-minute bus ride.

5. His cousin, Alex Alves, claimed in one account that the victim was "playing around with a friend in a game of chase outside the station", although the police story is that he was alone (and playing around in a game of chase is an interesting thing to do before you go and blow yourself up).

6. They claim they gave a shouted warning to him - odd if they really thought he was going to blow himself up so quickly that shoot-to-kill was necessary - although witnesses heard no such warning.

7. The latest version is that he was shot eight times at close range, seven times in the head and once in the shoulder (although this is inconsistent with the original reports of five shots and inconsistent with the report of Alex Pereira, another cousin - ? - who saw the body when he identified it). If a coroner saw a corpse shot seven times in the head at close range, he would assume that the shooter was extremely angry and emotionally involved, and that this was a crime of passion. The overkill is inconsistent with a professional shooter, and was potentially dangerous as an errant shot could have set off the bombs the victim supposedly carried.As usual, the more they tell us the less we know.


The Guardian, July 28, 2005, quotes Vivien Figueiredo, the cousin of Jean Charles de Menezes, the Brazilian shot dead in the head.

According to Figueiredo, Menezes was not wearing a heavy jacket that might have concealed a bomb, and did not jump the ticket barrier when challenged by armed plainclothes police.

Figueiredo said that the first reports were wrong.

"He used a travel card," she said. "He had no bulky jacket, he was wearing a jeans jacket."

"My cousin was an honest and hard working person," said Ms Figueiredo who shared a flat with him in Tulse Hill, south London.

Another cousin, Patricia da Silva Armani, 21, said he was in Britain legally to work and study, giving him no reason to fear the police.

Scotland Yard initially claimed he wore a bulky jacket and jumped the barrier when police identified themselves and ordered him to stop. The same day the Met commissioner, Sir Ian Blair, said the shooting was "directly linked" to the unprecedented anti-terror operation on London's streets.


Police Corruption in UK at "Third World Levels"


British Newspaper "The Telegraph" reports that it is in possession of a confidential document containing the minutes of a meeting organized by the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS).

The document states that "corrupt officers exist throughout the UK police service" and that the NCIS' intelligence director indicated during the meeting that "Corruption may have reached 'Level 2', the situation which occurs in some third world countries."

The document blames the drug trade and the vast amounts of cash inherent in the black market for the enormous level of corruption. It states, in part that "The enormous volume of money that is available to... drug importers and dealers means that very large sums can be offered to corrupt officers. Criminals are willing to pay to ensure their ability to operate."


Did someone working for the security services recruit some Moslems?

British authorities suspect Haroon Aswat of taking part in the July 7 London bombings.

Aswat seems to have been protected by the US Government. Is he an agent provocateur?

"The US Justice Department blocked efforts by its prosecutors in Seattle in 2002 to bring criminal charges against Haroon Aswat, according to federal law-enforcement officials who were involved in the case."

According to the Times (UK), British intelligence officials think that in the days and hours before the July 7 bombings, Aswat was in cellphone contact with at least two of the four suicide bombers.

Aswat was a highly public aide to Abu Hamza al Masri, the militant cleric from a North London mosque.

Abu Hamza is suspected of being an asset of the security services. He worked for the CIA in Afghanistan.


"It cannot be ruled out that Mr Blair may have political reasons for talking up the sense of unease, in order to help make the case for a war ...."('Gloom in Guildhall,' The Guardian, November 12, 2002)

John Pilger cited a former intelligence officer who described the government’s flood of terror warnings as "a softening up process" ahead of an attack... and "a lying game on a huge scale".(Pilger, ‘Lies, damned lies and government terror warnings,’ Daily Mirror, December 3, 2002)


Rigorous Intuition reminds us of the alleged finding of an Arabic flight manual in Atta's rental car left at Logan airport. The convenience was reminiscent of the early framing of the narrative regarding Lee Harvey Oswald, and anticipated the discovery of Korans in cars nearby the Madrid bombings...

Remember the Kingstar van across from the bus blast? One of Kingstar's clients "is AMEC, which was not only involved in the renovation of the attacked wing of the Pentagon on Sep11th, but also in the controlled removal of the rubble in DC and at Ground Zero, New York." Twenty-six year old Anthony Fatayi-Williams was one of those killed on the #30 bus. Fatay-Williams was a Nigerian-born exective of AMEC, which is also a rival of Halliburton's in the reconstruction of Iraq.


.... the Gunpowder Conspirators were framed by King James's 1st Minister, Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury.

One of the Gunpowder Conspirators, Francis Tresham, is thought to have been working for Cecil. Tresham was the brother-in-law of the 10th Lord Stourton, and cousin of Lord Monteagle.
...Guy Fawkes... became the scapegoat for the gunpowder plot.

The other members of the group were all either killed on arrest or imprisoned and executed - with the exception of Francis Tresham, who fell sick and died shortly after arrest.


Sunday 15 August 1982 - During a visit to the United States of America (USA) Martin Smyth, then Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) Member of Parliament (MP), alleged that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was involved in Northern Ireland.

Friday 5 November 1982 - In the United States of America (USA) a court acquitted five men of charges of conspiring to ship arms to the Irish Republican Army (IRA) during 1981. The men used the defence that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had approved the shipment of arms.

Richard M. Taus had been a Special Agent for the FBI from 1978 to 1988, during which time he was assigned to organized crime and foreign counter-intelligence operations.

Taus wrote, "Our infamous congressional leaders are either former CIA agents, such as congressman Henry J. Hyde, or stooges for them, such as Arlen Specter, Charles Schumer (now a senator), Alfonse D'Amato and even my own representative, Peter King of Nassau County."

He described discovering that the CIA provided arms to the IRA.

In Defrauding America Rodney Stich mentioned Stephen Crittenden, the head of a covert CIA airline, who described flying a C-130 into Ireland with a load of arms for the IRA.


No Video of the July 7th Bombers Inside the London Subway Cars before they blew up?

27 killed by British bombs in Dublin?
Egypt - Operation Suzannah, John Darling, Sharm el-Sheikh
Pentagon behind the bombs in Iraq?
Iraq today - torture and murder by the authorities
Saya, Sindoca, P2, Gladio, Imam Abu Omar, Nicola Calipari, alleged US connections to Iraq terror groups
Bombs Philippines Indonesia
Israeli terrorism

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