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7 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

Yes, same as the Daily Mail video afaik

 

Strange they chose this hospital? I initially thought it could be a false flag blamed on anti vaxxers before they

said who the "terrorists" were. So I suppose it's back to the "war on terror" theme.

 

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/liverpool-hospital-chosen-nationwide-covid-21213031

Liverpool hospital chosen for nationwide Covid vaccine trial for pregnant women

Liverpool Women's Hospital

 

 

22 minutes ago, HAARPING_On said:

I’ve just been having a look through some local news reports on this, aside from the usual guff about politicians & celebrities “praising” the taxi driver there’s some interesting comment about the hospital making “visiting access restricted until further notice”...

 

I’m trying to think of the bigger picture here, particularly the online harms bill the government is so desperate to get through. This “incident” serves this agenda on a number of fronts as follows:

 

  1. Terrorist incident – blame the muslims – radicalisation via online material – perfect excuse to further regulate the internet.
  2. Bomb goes off outside hospital – an excuse to put security or military on all hospital entrances – restricted access also keeps an inquisitive public away from finding out what is really going on in hospitals right now – particularly with regard to vaccine adverse reactions and injuries.
  3. Further division of society by pushing the terrorist agenda – more importantly the DOMESTIC terrorist agenda.
  4. Further psychological manipulation of the public by pushing the fear agenda downa different path... as they attempt to push covid away from the main headlines it’s time to bring new and existing bogeymen into the fore to keep people afraid.

 

Just some random thoughts here which may or may not be plausible....

 

The hospital was not the first target. TRAFFIC caused him to tell the driver to take him to the hospital.

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So it isn't a 'car bomb' and went off at the wrong time.

 

Car bombs look like this

 

 

 

and the time on the footage is 10:56:50 .... so the 'timer' may have been set to go off at 11am but the clock it was set by was out by 3 mins??

 

so maybe a bomb in a bag, bomb strapped to the body or only the detonator actually went off??

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It's most likely to the be the same thing that happened to the patsy on July 7 2005. He couldn't reach his target so the bomb in his rucksack went off on a bus while trying to get to his target...

 

Same old MI5 bullshit....

 

They work for Chews. Nobody else.

 

In a sense I'm glad they killed James Bond because I nearly joined MI6 on the strength of that bullshit.

 

Most people don't get the invitation. I did. 

 

I spent about 3 months in their company and realised they are all scumbags and checked out of the programme.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, ink said:

So it isn't a 'car bomb' and went off at the wrong time.

 

Car bombs look like this

 

 

 

and the time on the footage is 10:56:50 .... so the 'timer' may have been set to go off at 11am but the clock it was set by was out by 3 mins??

 

so maybe a bomb in a bag, bomb strapped to the body or only the detonator actually went off??

 

Out of likes. Yep, that's a car bomb alright.

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45 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

It's most likely to the be the same thing that happened to the patsy on July 7 2005. He couldn't reach his target so the bomb in his rucksack went off on a bus while trying to get to his target...

 

Don't think so TS .... if it was then there is no way the driver would have opened the door and got out after the 'explosion'!

 

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12 minutes ago, ink said:

 

Don't think so TS .... if it was then there is no way the driver would have opened the door and got out after the 'explosion'!

 

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Wouldn't be much need to 'open a door' after an explosion like that. 

 

Humans can survive after windows are blown out and alumunium and steel are blown out....

 

I recently had a car accident which demonstrated this fact. The whole back of my Ford was fucked up because of some dumb Indian bus-driver without breaks. Banged right into me. I scarcely noticed....but the back end of my car was totally fucked up.......  All covered on insurance. Got a replacement motor in the meantime.

 

Cars and vehicles will unbuckle at stress points.

 

Human beings are made of slightly more subtle materials.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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19 hours ago, numnuts said:

Right, so literally just when COP26 has wound down, with the Online Safety Bill next in line to get some serious coverage from the masonic mass media, we now have this explosion outside Liverpool Women's Hospital. Hmm, could it be that the folks 'allegedly' involved, domestic terrorists no doubt, were somehow influenced by a form of online hatred? This all feels like a really crappy West End theatre production that should have been cancelled centuries ago. We will see...

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-59285235

 

'Liverpool explosion: Three arrested under Terrorism Act after car blast at hospital.'

 

'Three men have been arrested under the Terrorism Act after a man was killed in a car explosion outside Liverpool Women's Hospital. Counter-terrorism police said the men - aged 29, 26 and 21 - had been held in connection with the incident which happened just before 11:00 GMT. The passenger of the car - said to be a taxi - was declared dead at the scene and is yet to be formally identified. The male driver was injured and is in hospital in a stable condition. Detectives from Counter Terrorism Police North West said the men were detained in the Kensington area of the city.'

Well, if they were trying to bait you into waffling out a lot of false information and a few living out their fantasies they wouldn't have to look far, would they? 

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2 hours ago, ink said:

Is this the correct footage?

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/S2XtbfFVLXaz/

 

 

 

Apparently thats the detonator, not the actual bomb going off. Chances are if the person in the back seat was killed, the driver wouldnt walk away.

 

Also, its not CCTV footage, someone is filming the taxi driving in (note the shaky camera following the taxi, zooming in on it, CCTV would be still). Why would someone be in that position, at that time, with a camera? Whoever it is seeems totally unfazed by whats happening, listening to a demonic song (Taylor Swift, I knew you were Trouble). Rumours Talylor Swift is the daughter or grandaughter of Anton LaVey, who headed up the Church of Satan, and bears an uncanny resemblance to his daughter Zeena.  Whole thing obviously a Satanic set up/ritual.

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10 minutes ago, Nathan Oakley said:

Emad Al Swealmeen

 

Liverpool Terror Attack: Emad Al Swealmeen named as man killed in explosion

 

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Armed police during an incident at an address in Rutland Avenue in Sefton Park, after an explosion at Liverpool Women's Hospital killed one person and injured another.

 

The explosion happened inside a taxi outside the hospital moments before 11am on Remembrance Sunday.

PUBLISHED Monday 15 November 2021 - 19:11 LAST UPDATED Monday 15 November 2021 - 19:16

 

Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Meeks says: “Our enquiries are very much ongoing but at this stage we strongly believe that the deceased is 32-year-old Emad Al Swealmeen.

“Al Swealmeen is connected to both the Rutland Avenue and Sutcliffe Street addresses where searches are still ongoing.

“We believe he lived at the Sutcliffe Street address for some time and had recently rented the Rutland Avenue address.

“Our focus is the Rutland Avenue address where we have continued to recover significant items.

“We continue to appeal for any information about this incident and now that we have released his name any information that the public may have about Al Swealmeen no matter how small may be of great assistance to us.”

The explosion in a taxi outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital has been declared a terrorist attack.

 

Here is everything we know so far:

 

– The explosion happened inside a taxi outside the hospital moments before 11am on Remembrance Sunday.

– Emergency services were on the scene within minutes and one man, the passenger in the taxi, was pronounced dead.

– The driver of the taxi, named locally as David Perry, was injured but managed to escape and has since been released from hospital.

– He picked up the passenger in the Rutland Avenue area of Liverpool, roughly a 10-minute drive from Liverpool Women’s Hospital, said Assistant Chief Constable Russ Jackson, from Counter-Terrorism Policing North West.

– Officers said an explosion came from within the car as it approached the drop-off point.

– Police have declared the event a “terrorist incident” and said the proximity in location and time to Remembrance services was a “line of inquiry”, though officers cannot draw a connection “at this time”.

– The UK terror threat level was raised to severe in the wake of the incident, meaning an attack is highly likely.

– Officers say “inquiries indicate that an improvised explosive device has been manufactured” and are working under the assumption the passenger built it in the taxi.

– They believe they know the identity of the passenger but have not confirmed it publicly.

– The suspect is understood to be of Middle Eastern origin and reportedly settled in Britain several years ago.

– Official sources confirmed to the PA news agency that the man who died was not previously known to the security services.

– Detectives are unsure what the motivation behind the attack was, the reason for the device’s “sudden explosion” or why the passenger asked to be taken to the hospital.

– Three men aged 21, 26 and 29 were detained on Sunday in Sutcliffe Street in the nearby Kensington area of the city.

– A fourth man, aged 20, was arrested on Monday, also in the Kensington area.

– All were arrested under Section 41 of the Terrorism Act, under which officers can detain terror suspects without a warrant, and will be interviewed on Monday.

– Two addresses, one in Sutcliffe Street and another in Rutland Avenue, have been searched, with the second address yielding “significant items”, Mr Jackson said.

– Investigators have “attributed” the passenger to both the addresses but investigators are not yet sure where he lived. They are looking into his associates, telephone records and purchases he may have made.

– Eight families were evacuated from near the Rutland Avenue address and a cordon is in place.

– Prime Minister Boris Johnson praised the taxi driver for acting with “incredible presence of mind and bravery”, while mayor of Liverpool Joanne Anderson lauded the driver for his “heroic efforts”.

– Liverpool Women’s Hospital said visiting access had been restricted “until further notice” and there was an increased security and police presence on the site.

– A controlled explosion was carried out in Sefton Park on Monday afternoon “as a precaution” as part of the investigation, police said.

 

https://www.gbnews.uk/news/liverpool-terror-attack-emad-al-swealmeen-named-as-man-killed-in-explosion/159009

 

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Just now, ink said:

So it isn't a 'car bomb' and went off at the wrong time.

 

Car bombs look like this

 

 

 

and the time on the footage is 10:56:50 .... so the 'timer' may have been set to go off at 11am but the clock it was set by was out by 3 mins??

 

so maybe a bomb in a bag, bomb strapped to the body or only the detonator actually went off??

3 minutes early bro and the date breaks down to 3 as well. what i find sus is the grainy video showing no identifiable marks i.e number plates police insignia and there car marking numbers and divisions. i know this hospital well my daughter was born there. now we also have 3 Muslims 3+3+3=9 nine looks like an unborn baby in the womb.

oh yeah i have never ever in my time ever seen a police land rover like they use in northern Eire either. though this is my thoughts i am not convinced what throws up more dust the use of DELTA taxis like delta variant. i am no expert but that looks like fireworks or weedkiller explosives. or something similar . i could be totally wrong but i call bullshit. why go to a hospital if your intended to go to a remembrance service, you would of had it all worked out planned to finest detail i cant get my head around that. but then again i could be totally wrong we will see. one more thing KENSINGTON the royal connection.

 

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50 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

There's an anagram if I ever saw one.

 

Yes indeed! Except the prefix "A" doesn't agree with the plural Wealsmen

 

Emad Al Swealmeen

 

or

 

A Mealed Wealsmen

 

Mealed meaning  "Meal powder is the fine dust left over when black powder (gunpowder) is corned and screened to separate it into different grain sizes. It is used extensively in various pyrotechnic procedures, usually to prime other compositions.

 

Like black powder, they were produced in different grain sizes. In the United Kingdom, the finest grain was known as sulfur-free mealed powder (SMP).

 

Wealsmen is the archaic word for Statesmen or Politicians

 

https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/wealsman

 

You're welcome!

 

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Just now, Golden Retriever said:

 

Yes indeed! Except the prefix "A" doesn't agree with the plural Wealsmen

 

Emad Al Swealmeen

 

or

 

A Mealed Wealsmen

 

Mealed meaning  "Meal powder is the fine dust left over when black powder (gunpowder) is corned and screened to separate it into different grain sizes. It is used extensively in various pyrotechnic procedures, usually to prime other compositions.

 

Like black powder, they were produced in different grain sizes. In the United Kingdom, the finest grain was known as sulfur-free mealed powder (SMP).

 

Wealsmen is the archaic word for Statesmen or Politicians

 

https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/wealsman

 

You're welcome!

 

now if you where to speak scouse  hes mad la haven't had a go of last word yet probably wheel-man  so my thinking hes mad wheel-man la. taxi driver?

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Just now, northern star said:

Correction: It probably is CCTV footage that someone has filmed. Still strange they got hold of the footage and played that song over it, and thats one of the videos doing the rounds.

nope it is not cctv in my opinion slow the footage down play from beginning watch as it follows taxi in, taxi is going quite quickly too, probably to quick. 7 seconds mark the explosion looks to be in front of vehicle passenger side not the back. its almost as if it was planned as you can clearly see before car enters it takes in the window wall then pans in and follows car.

i would like to know what the guy in red car was up to, taxi combusts explodes he don't flinch not one iota, now correct me if i am thinking to deep here but loud noises startle you if your not expecting it, you would jump out your skin.

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