UK Channel 4 had a piece last night which can be seen on their site here. Apparently after asking 500 (ish) brown skinned, mostly bearded Muslims, with beards and jib jabs / hajibs etc., they found that some of them don't believe the Government's story about the 4 jihadist Muslim "suicide bombers" on 7/7.
Now will someone tell me why the whiteys didn't get asked ? Or is it only uppity niggers who cause trouble and ask awkward questions ? Well there are a lot of uppity whiteys who have been asking questions (and not getting answers) for a long time.
Anyway there are many more uncomfortable truths and awkward connections that have been revealed and you may consider You can read noe evaluate the lateset published results of the ever excellent July 7th Campaign, who have studied the currently available evidence of what happened on that day nearly 2 years ago.
J7 Incident Analysis:Edgware Road / Paddington Blast Incident Analysis
J7 Incident Analysis: Liverpool Street / Aldgate / Aldgate East Incident Analysis
It is pointless to attempt to precis the research and Conclusions / Queries - no-one who reads it can fail to be puzzled how ex Mossad Boss Mr Halevi could write an article to appear in the Jerusalem Post of that days date an article dramatically entitled 'Rules of Conflict for A World War' and claim (way in advance of any possible evidence to supprt the claim):
When it appears that even now there is considerable confusion over ;
“The multiple, simultaneous explosions that took place today on the London transportation system were the work of perpetrators who had an operational capacity of considerable scope.
There was careful planning, intelligence gathering, and a sophisticated choice of timing as well as near-perfect execution. We are faced with a deadly and determined adversary who will stop at nothing and will persevere as long as he exists as a fighting terrorist force.”
1. The location of any "bombs" and /or explosions / electrical power surges
2. Which trains and there location at the time were involved - and even which direction they were travelling
3. The nature of the xplosions / bombs / explosions / power surges
There may be a simple explanation for all the obfuscation, bad eye witness memories , incapacity to record events acurately (or truthfully) to account for this, absent CCTV recordings - to account for Mr Halevi's prescience, prophesy even requires hindsight of remarkable vision ... or more likely foreknowledge.
Part of the whole story which is new here in our vast and overworked research department is of the tale of two visiting Americans girls (see pic) , (few on the ground these days with US$2 to the pound !) It is best left to simply provide the known information from the J7 report with a few extra links.
"There is also the very strange case of the American girls, Katie and Emily Benton, site-seeing in London that morning and who were, according to early reports, intending to visit the Tower of London, again, the opposite direction to Paddington. The extent to which the authorities went to to remove them to a secure hospital in the US is quite incredible: Scotland Yard had to interview the sisters before they left because they were victims of a terrorist attack, and all of their passports and travels papers had been lost in the blast. Duke quickly formed a task force and made numerous phone calls to work out complex details with government agencies in the U.S. and London. ( Mrs Benton had very sensibly flown immediately to London) Securing an air transport service willing to fly two patients instead of one and the mother on the same plane also posed a challenge. Through the help of the U.S. Embassy in London, Duke contracted with a service in France with Duke leaders guaranteeing the $155,000 transport cost. The plane, which left London on Sun., July 10, (not before they were interviewed) was required to land in Montreal. The three were transferred to another plane with a different crew due to security concerns before flying on to Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Duke Life Flight sent two ground transport crews to transport them, and the rest of their family who met them at the airport, to Duke. “This was one of the most complex transports I’ve seen in the 15 years I’ve been involved in this type of work,” said Jeff Doucette, associate operating officer for Emergency Services at Duke University Hospital (DUH). “It was extremely rewarding to see the team at work in the Transfer Center and Life Flight Communications. Nobody relaxed until the job was done. A solid 36 hours was spent on working out the details.” Source: Inside Duke here
See also here here and here
After these extraordinary efforts to transfer the Benton sisters to the US, they were then given high-security protection in hospital and one of the first visitors allowed to speak to them was Peter Zimonjic, a Telegraph journalist and passenger on one of the trains at Edgware Road who subsequently set up a survivors forum called LondonRecovers of which Peter Zimonijic is the gatekeeper: ..... there is a security net around the patients that includes the FBI and Office for Homeland Security. Upon my arrival I was escorted by police from the hospital to my hotel and warned that should I choose to return to the hospital without an escort I would find myself arrested.
This description given by Emily is of being electrocuted, an experience shared by many survivors of these blasts, and of more than one explosion: We were only on the train for just half a minute. It wasn't -- we had just sat down. The train had just taken off. We didn't have time to look around at what other people looked like or who was on there or anything. And then the explosions went off. I felt like I went into, like, the fetal position and just, like, crouched down and I felt like I was being electrocuted. And I felt like I was on fire and I was burning. I could feel my skin like, peeling off. Everything had just been, you know, ripped. The windows had been blown out. You know, the chairs, some of the chairs, the seats had been, you know -- come off. And there were poles and debris everywhere."
The Benton girls seem sparky ladies and left hospital on 22nd July and featured in a CNN programme - about the shooting of de Menezes on the 21st July 2005 , the transcript of which is fascinating and includes further information from them about their experiences live from a News Conference as they left Duke Medical centre.
Want to Help?
Fellowship Evangelical Free Church, the Benton family’s church in Knoxville, Tenn., has set up a fund to help with Katie and Emily Benton’s medical expenses from injuries suffered in a terrorist attack July 7 in London. Donations may be made to:
The Fellowship Church
8000 Middlebrook Pike
Knoxville, TN 37909
Cards or letters may be sent to:
8117 Beaver Ridge Road
Knoxville, TN 37931