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The London Bombings July 7th 2005

Today is the anniversary of the London Bombings. Any mention in the mainstream media will probably be along the lines of reinforcing the official narrative and justification for the, as the July Seventh Truth Campaign describes it, ‘imposition of Draconian new legislation that criminalises protest, dissent and opposition to the government, its policies and the way in which it enforces them.’On the 7th of July 2005 London was hit by a series of explosions. 56 people were killed and 700 injured. You probably think you know what happened that day. But you don’t.

From the onset of their investigation, the police chose to withhold from the public almost every bit of evidence they claimed to have and have provably lied about several aspects of the London Bombings.

The mainstream news wilfully spread false, unsubstantiated and unverifiable information, while choosing to completely ignore the numerous inconsistencies and discrepancies in the official story.

The government finally, after a year, presented their official ‘narrative’ concerning the event. Within hours it was shown to contain numerous errors, a fact since admitted by the Home Secretary John Reid. They have continuously rejected calls for a full, independent public inquiry. Tony Blair himself described such an inquiry as a ‘ludicrous diversion’. What don’t they want us to find out?

The following is possibly one of the best documentaries of the day.

The full-length version can be found here and here. (The 700+MB file can also be downloaded as a torrent)

July Seventh Truth Campaign provides comprehensive (very comprehensive) research into the events of that day. Their website is an essential resource for understanding the issues. J7 have been campaigning for a full public inquiry, in the name of peace, truth and justice, and dedicated to all the innocent victims, injured and their families.

‘The Magic Bomb Theory’  challenges the validity of the official accounts specifically regarding the train bombing.  The Cambridge Evening News article mentioned in ‘The Magic Bomb Theory’, entitled ‘I was in tube bomb carriage – and survived’ is available here.

More questions were raised by an eyewitness account from a passenger aboard the No.30 bus that exploded in Tavistock Square. Escaping the blast was just the beginning for Londoner, Daniel Obachike. Things took a sinister turn after he called the anti-terrorist hotline the next day reporting the two dark cars he saw holding up the bus before redirecting it to Tavistock Square. Instead of being contacted to provide a witness statement, what followed was seven months of round-the-clock surveillance by British Intelligence operatives. Their menacing tactics pushed Daniel close to the edge, but also edged him closer to unravelling the astonishing truth that lay behind what took place in Tavistock Square. This information needs to be made public, and questions like ‘why was the bus stopped, held, and then redirected along a different route by unidentified persons in two black Mercedes immediately prior to the explosion?’ answered. Examine the evidence for yourself at www.the4thbomb.com

The Center for Research on Globalisation hosts a page of analysis and reports from a variety of credentialed sources, which are invaluable in balancing official reports and responses with behind the scenes information and petinent questions.

Alex Jones’ London Bombing Data page is a compilations of articles from a variety of sources on the events of the day, and under-publicised developments thereafter.

In May this year, after months of hearing evidence at the inquests into the bombings, the coroner ruled that the 52 people were killed “unlawfully” by suicide bombers.

Lady Justice Hallett said the evidence “does not justify the conclusion that any failings of any organisation or individual caused or contributed to the deaths”.

She ruled that the evidence relating to each of the 52 victims “leads to only one sad conclusion”.

“I am satisfied on the balance of probabilities that each of them would have died whatever time the emergency services reached and rescued them.”

The verdict totally ignores the myriad inconsistencies in the official narrative, the police lies, and the multiple eyewitness testimonies that all point to the bombings having been carried out by agencies (and I use the term deliberately) other than the accused five.

To date, and despite the release of some CCTV footage purporting to be from the day of 7 July 2005, not one piece of evidence has been released to the public that could be legitimately used to convict someone in a court of law for what happened, yet the government still has no plans to organise an Independent Public Inquiry

The July Seventh Truth Campaign 7/7 Inquest Blog platforms a range of data related to the case. Essential reading for everyone who wants to get closer to the truth about what actually happened.

Reviewing the information at the links throughout this post will not only enable you to form your own conclusions, but will also prove to you (in case that’s still necessary) that we can’t trust the state  to determine the facts or facilitate justice.

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