Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Cover-up?????

July 7 inquests 'could be secret'

Relatives of those who died in the 7 July bombings fear the inquests into their deaths could be heard in secret.

Posted by sold 2 rent 1 @ 07:13 PM (1247 views)
Please complete the required fields.



19 thoughts on “Cover-up?????

  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    The information war has begun

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • “Relatives of those who died in the 7 July bombings fear the inquests into their deaths could be heard in secret.”

    How does anyone with half a brain cell expect this not to produce so-called conspiracy theories ?

    Even the thought of this is Democratic destruction. My ancestor will turn in his grave.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • talking rot says:

    Perfect for conspiracy theorists ….

    It is sensible for the 7 Jul 08 to receive a secret security classification if the evidence, and the processes used to gather that evidence, must be kept secret to avoid compromise. Once intelligence gathering and evidence gather processes are compromised, the information and proof they provide can not be used without confirmation from a third source.

    So, it makes sense to keep intelligence and evidence processes secret.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • japanese uncle says:

    So the great secret of why they bought return tickets should be disclosed then. Also another great secret of why one of them had an argument for 50p change at the McDonald’s 5 minutes before blowing himself up, can hopefully discussed.

    FYI all Kamikaze pilots without exception, departed their base with half load of fuel for obvious reason.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • Who was the guy on the tube who was reported in his local paper saying that the floor of the tube he was on was bent upwards, implying the explosion came from underneath?

    If it looks like a rat, smells like a rat, it’s probably a rat.

    @S2R – the infowar never went away – it’s now been resurected because of all the bad mortgage, bank, inflation (OK they’re lying about the reality), crime, jobs, economy, etc., etc., is too hard for GB et al cover, so a slight of hand is needed – direct the people back to their fundamental need – security! Problem, reaction, solution.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • Layers, there’s a photo of the fllor being bent upwards in a video on Youtube. I think it’s David Shaylers so should be easy to find. According to the official conspiracy theory the security services have cctv footage of the bombers catching a train that was cancelled. That’s the sort of intelligence gathering that you need to keep away from the public!

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • Guys. Please head back over to the JFK/moonlanding forums and leave this place to those interested in house prices. Thanks.

    PS Don’t forget your tinfoil hats……

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • We (the public) are being generally warmed up for something, I don’t know what but it feels bad.

    Will National Service be brought back in next after I.D. cards etc!

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • Reminds me of the 21 sept bombers passport that floated unscathed from the twin towers. Dubious.

    I notice quite a bit of trouble-stirring by the beeb as well. Wasn’t it on the beeb that the program about the “forgotten white classes” (or whatever it was called) was aired? Sounds like fascist propoganda to me. And before anyone accuses me of scaremongering, let’s not try to claim the moral high-ground – for eample – it was not hitler that invented the death camps, it was the brits in the boer war. We are at least (if not more) capable of the atrocities our media claim that we are fighting against.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • @enuii – “We (the public) are being generally warmed up for something, I don’t know what but it feels bad” – I agree – I missed PM’s questions live today as I was working offsite but noticed the following came into play (full story on Brown Blair Corporation)
    SECURITY STRATEGY

    National ‘register of risks’
    Increase security services personnel to 4,000
    Civilian task force to be sent to trouble spots
    Efforts to reduce numbers of nuclear weapons around the world
    £15,000 bonus to long-serving armed forces staff
    Regional counter-terrorism centres to help police
    Moves to protect UK from cyber-attacks
    Review of role of reserve forces

    – “warmed up for something” is an excellent expression

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • japanese uncle says:

    layer

    The witness in question was a dancer in Cambridge. He was later employed somehow by the BBC, nothing was heard from the guy ever since.
    Also you may be interested to know about the top men at the London transport at that time.
    —————————————————————–
    The man with overall responsibility for public transport in London, the Commissioner and Chairman of London Transport, Bob Kiley, is a former CIA operative and is known to have worked directly for the Director of US Intelligence. The man responsible for London Underground, Managing Director Tim O’Toole, another wealthy American executive, reports directly to ex-CIA man Bob Kiley. There is an old addage in the intelligence community: “once CIA, always CIA.”

    According to Transport For London, “Chief officers”.

    The Commissioner Bob Kiley (chair)

    “Early in his career, he was with the CIA, where he served as Manager of Intelligence Operations and then as Executive Assistant to the Director.”

    Robert Kiley is a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Board Member of the Salzburg International Seminar, the American Repertory Theater, MONY Group Inc, the Princeton Review Inc and Edison Schools, Inc. He is also on the Advisory Board of the Harvard University Center for State and Local Government.”
    ———————-
    Of course it’s just a coincidence. They can probably learn something very unique and precious about how to handle underground trains at the CIA.
    That’s all.

    Inbreda:

    You might say you would rather belive Elvis is still aline on the other side of the moon, than to believe the passport fell down intact to the ground through that great fireball of the jet fuel, which was even capable of melting steel column of the towers at 800 degrees Celsius, even though the melting point of iron is 1596 degrees Celsius.. No you have accept it.

    On 911 and 7/7, coincidence after coincidence, miracle after miracle happened, thanks to the mercy of God. That’s all, folks. You’ve gotta believe miracle.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • Japanese Uncle, with regard to your previous post steel looses its structural strength at less than 800C it doesn’t need to ‘melt’ first.

    The passport is a relevant point though.

    Jack C, I suppose we may all end up on the ‘Risk Register’ for just discussing the subject. Is there such a thing as an illegal gathering of questioning individuals, perhaps that should be added to Gordons list!

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • I add the following from jsmineset as an example of the way things appear to be going:

    “Dear Jim,

    I just went to make a routine on-line transfer of funds from my savings account to my checking account this morning and got this notice. It is the first time I have ever seen a notice like this. I might be wrong, but it looks like the federal “regulators” have come up with another rule to try to limit more runs on banks. They must really be getting nervous.

    From my online banking account this morning:

    “We are required by federal regulations to monitor savings and money market account withdrawal activity and limit third-party or pre-authorized transfers to six per month. This includes transfers made by personal computer (online), telephone, or from overdraft protection. Of these six transfers allowed per month, no more than three may be made by check or draft. If transactions continue to exceed these limits, the law requires us to close savings accounts and transfer funds to a non-interest bearing checking account. Please note that money market accounts will not be closed, but converted to a non-interest bearing checking account and a fee may be charged when transaction limits are exceeded.

    If you have any questions, please call the 1-800 telephone number printed on your banking statement.”

    All I can say is… May [we all] live in interesting times.”

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • The ‘Register of Risks’ is laughable. Especially when you pause to consider that the government has initiated all the risks.

    Nuclear conflict? Sure. That’s because we’ve aligned ourselves with a global superpower, seen as a destabilising resource-grabbing bully by the rest of the planet. We host their early-warning systems . . . we’re buying their weapons technology, and siting them in the European frontline, to take the first wave of retaliatory strikes on their behalf.

    Climate Change? We’re building new airports and opening up motorway lanes as fast as we can, despite all the pseudo hand-wringing about ‘targets’ and Tony Blair’s ‘we have 6 years to save the planet’ announcements. Now the mines are being dusted down for a new generation of coal-fired energy plants. The real answer is obvious: you don’t rack up resource consumption to meet exponential growth in demand – you get people to use less. But that approach – the rational one, doesn’t chime with our capitalist model. So it’s effectively ‘game over’ on the climate front.

    Terrorism? There we were, giving ourselves a great big warm hug, for finally getting past the decades-long threat from the IRA when, for no logical reason anyone can fathom, the government decided to wage war on Islam – via the invasion of Iraq. And just to make sure the ‘threat’ of terrorism (most of which is government hype and propaganda) got off to a flying start, Blair manipulated the media with stunts like the ‘Ricin Lab raids’ and the ‘bombing of Old Trafford’ – which were later proven to be completely fabricated threats, to whip up public alarm. ‘Terrorism’, by any definition.

    As to what’s behind it all . . . I’ve suggested before, that governments realise the wheels are gradually falling off the actual means of generating wealth – not by the silly games currently being played out in the gambling houses of the world, by stockbrokers and investment bankers – but by the gradual depletion of raw minerals and resources, upon which the superstructure of modern civilisation has been based. There will be huge and uncomfortable dislocations in society, as we edge our way into the new post-carbon world, and by stimulating a permanent sense of fear – via the ‘threat’ of terrorism (and the rest) it’s easier for government to gain general consent for the introduction of the control measures it plans to implement to keep us pacified – when life gets really nasty.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    Check out these websites

    http://jfo rju stic e.co.uk/7 7/
    http://www.ju ly seve nth.co.uk/

    Put the spaces back in on the links
    The evidence is stacked as high as the roof

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • Pooingmyself says:

    Strange days mama, Strange days indeed.

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • How long before this site is taken off the air then ?

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • @JU – Oh what a tangled web we weave! Very interesting connections you make there – thanks for the intel
    @Wage slave – good point, maybe we should all stop talking about alternative explantions for these events. Nothing to see here folks, move along. We’re only kidding on this site – honest, please don’t take it away….

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



  • @Jayk – appreciate your advise, but if we do not make these connections here, then maybe we will miss the actual reasons for the events that our played out in our reality. Afterall, this is ALL connected – and you don’t have to believe, and that’s fine, but for the sake of others here, it IS relevant to discuss.

    “Where ignorance is bliss, ’tis folly to be wise” – Thomas Gray

    Reply
    Please complete the required fields.



Add a comment

  • Your email address is required so we can verify that the comment is genuine. It will not be posted anywhere on the site, will be stored confidentially by us and never given out to any third party.
  • Please note that any viewpoints published here as comments are user´s views and not the views of HousePriceCrash.co.uk.
  • Please adhere to the Guidelines

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>