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The 7/7 London bombings of 2005.

In 2005, an attack in London escalated the "war on terror". It was attributed to "Islamic terrorists".

London bombings

Full article: Rated 3/5 2005 London bombings

The 7/7 bombings in London were 4 separate explosions, which killed a total of 56 people. At the time it was widely believed to be, as the commercially-controlled media presented it, a bombing with the "hallmarks of Al-Qaeda". A range of inconsistencies such as a flwed official narrative, missing CCTV, parallel drills, obfuscation by the investigation/cover-up combine to suggest that the truth is not as simple, and threat the bombers were, at least well known to MI5. The bombings were cited in 2006 by the UK ambassador to Saudi Arabia, who warned that "British lives on British streets" were at risk if the Serious Fraud Office's investigation into the Al-Yamamah arms deal continued. The memo asked: "If this caused another 7/7, how could we say our investigation is more important?".[1]  

Events

Event
Al-Yamamah arms deal
Saville Inquiry
Saifullah Paracha v. George W. Bush
Cheney Loophole
Guantanamo Bay detention camp/Prisoners' appeals in Washington courts
Bilderberg/2005
Le Cercle/2005 (Paris)
2005 London bombings
Hurricane Katrina
Al-Salam weapons deal
 

New Groups

GroupImageDateType
Anglican Friends of IsraelGroup.png2005 - Present
Open EuropeGroup.png2005 - PresentThink tank
Malteser InternationalMalteser International.svg2005 - PresentAids agency
Centre for Policing Intelligence & Counter TerrorismGroup.png2005 - PresentResearch
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to TerrorismGroup.png2005 - Present
Globalisation InstituteGi.png2005 - PresentThink tank
Henry Jackson SocietyHJS.png11 March 2005 - PresentThink tank
Special Reconnaissance RegimentGroup.png6 April 2005 - PresentMilitary
FBI/National Security BranchUS-FBI-ShadedSeal.svg29 June 2005 - Present
FBI/Directorate of IntelligenceUS-FBI-ShadedSeal.svg29 June 2005 - Present
Margaret Thatcher Center for FreedomGroup.pngSeptember 2005 - Present
National Clandestine ServiceGroup.png13 October 2005 - Present
Russia TodayRT.png10 December 2005 - Present
 

New Websites

EventImageDateURLDescription
911 Blogger911 Blogger.gif2005 - Presenthttp://911Blogger.comA solid 9/11 truth website.
YouTubeYouTube.png15 February 2005 - Presenthttps://www.YouTube.comThe internet's most popular video sharing site.
Craig Murray's blogCraig Murray's blog.pngMarch 2005 - Presenthttp://www.craigmurray.org.ukThe blog of a former UK diplomat of rare perspicacity and integrity, whose blog was "jolted back out of retirement" by the "horrifying" spectacle of Tony Blair speaking at Ariel Sharon’s Funeral
Voltaire NetworkVoltaire Network.png24 August 2005 - Presenthttp://VoltaireNet.org/en' Voltaire Network'. Paris-based, Multilingual, creative commons licensed
 

Groups that were Wound Up

GroupImageDateType
Riggs BankGroup.png1836 - 2005
Provisional Irish Republican ArmyGroup.png1969 - 2005
14th Intelligence CompanyGroup.png1973 - 2005
CIA/Directorate of OperationsGroup.png1 March 1973 - 13 October 2005Intelligence agency
Threat Response InternationalGroup.png19 August 2002 - 2005
 

A Website that Closed

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EventImageDateDescription
Joe Vialls' websiteWebsite.pngMay 2001 - 2005A collection of no holds barred investigations, particularly into false flag "terrorism" from about 1995-2005.
 

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  1. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2008/apr/10/bae.armstrade