Sunday, July 10, 2011


On 10 July 2011 we read that the 'Principal Intelligence Officer' For South Yorkshire Police says that 9/11 and 7/7 were 'Inside Jobs'.

According to

Tony Farrell, the 'Principal Intelligence Officer' for the South Yorkshire Police, had to produce a yearly ‘Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix’ to determine how the police force should prioritise its activities.

Part of this exercise involved analysis and predictive numerical weightings related to various aspects of the 'terror threat' presented by Islamic extremists in South Yorkshire.

Shortly before presenting his annual report in July 2010, Mr Farrell became convinced (over the course of about 8 days) that the major source of the 'terror threat' was neither external nor Islamic but came from within the UK government.

Like many millions before him, having come across evidence relating to 9/11 and 7/7, Tony Farrell quite quickly realised that both these attacks were classic false-flag events.

He presented his ‘Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix’ report to a roomful of stunned superiors.

A more detailed version of this story can be found here and here.

Tony Farrell was sacked, and is now awaiting an appeal against his dismissal and will charge his employers with 'unfair dismissal' at an Employment Tribunal in September.



Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

The 9/11 truth is out on the internet.
This is the truth: The WTC was destroyed by 3 underground thermo-nuclear explosions. They were detonated by the US government which used this as an excuse to lead the US and its allies into invading Afghanistan and Iraq. All these wars and deaths were based on a lie.

Goebbels: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”

Will you help to tell the truth to the world?
Be sure to watch the 26 part video there.
#4 is on the built-in nuclear demolition scheme of the WTC
#14 in on Building 7, which collapsed even though no plane hit it.
#24/25 is on the chronic radiation sickness of the WTC responders

kenny said...

This is some good news. Tony Farrell is a very courageous man. May he win his appeal and lead the way for more to speak up.

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