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Friday, July 08, 2005

What's Behind the London Attacks?

When I first heard about the London attack my gut reaction was that although they are going to blame this on Islamic extremist, I told Ous Cessay that I think I'm one of the few people who believe that the government was behind this bombing just like I believe the U.S. government was behind the 9/11 attack in the U.S. I don’t have any proof, but the timing of both incidences is just too convenient. It is unfortunate for Muslims that they have a long history of doing these types of acts. When people know your habits, they can use it against you. It really doesn't matter if they did it or not, because this is what people will believe (Muslim extremists are guilty - period). I bet the next illogical step from Blair et al. in this unfortunate event is that the blame will be shifted from Al-Qaeda to a war on terrorism in Iran just like Bush shifted from Al-Qaeda to a war on terrorism in Iraq when they knew Iraq had nothing to do with the bombing of the WTC.

I received an email yesterday that was titled “ATROCITIES IN LONDON THIS MORNING” and this person shares similar feelings about this horrific act.

1) It was necessary to re-enforce the pro-war sentiments
2) It was necessary to raise feelings of compassion for the G8 major players (heroes meeting in the middle of the storm...)
3) It was necessary to destabilize the Olympic games decision.
4) It was necessary to put the Rome Codex decisions in the background.
5) It was necessary to re-affirm the same litany about terrorists.
6) It was necessary to slow down the advance of the Forces of Light and show them once again, that they cannot monitor and plan all of it.
7) It was necessary to prevent big announcements.

Back to the box....everybody.


Alex Jones at Prison had this to say: The bombing of the London Underground was a false-flag operation designed to keep the West mired in war. Don't believe otherwise. He went on to say that only one word sprang to mind when I heard about the bombings that claimed the lives of dozens of Londoners today – convenient. Is there anything convenient in death, or in thousands of lives destroyed from catastrophe? No – and words cannot express the sorrow I feel for the men and women changed by today's events. But governments with skeletons in their closets have a great deal to gain from a national tragedy bolstered by "terrorism."

The timing of the attack is very suspicious, coming on the heels of the start of the G8 conference. Both Tony Blair and George Bush in their speeches have tried to paint the attack as an assault on globalization and the G8 itself. This means that if you're against the G8 and globalization, then you're with the terrorists! It's a tried and tested method they've used time and time before.

Jones continues - as I sit in my office today, I hear the whispers of co-workers now utterly convinced our war on terror must continue. Despite American and British involvement in the Middle East birthing wave after wave of rebel forces, the Bush doctrine is now justified in the minds of millions. Petty grievances such as the Downing Street Minutes, the President's flagging support and Karl Rove's treasonous outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame are unimportant. A shadowy conglomeration is out to kill us. Link...

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