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MI5 are very sorry about not stopping the 'Manchester bomber'.


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Right, so does this mean that MI5 now need to go after folks, much more pro-actively, who are perhaps 'not thinking right'? Perish the thought this is the verdict that the PTB were seeking. And you just have to love the way that no one is somehow accountable, for any of these 'failings'.

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-64815723

 

'Manchester Arena inquiry: MI5 'profoundly sorry' for not stopping attack.'

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I did see the london tube bombing pics from back in 2010, and the floor of the train was blown inwards and upwards, indicating the explosion came from under the train. If the explosions had come from inside the train as the msm states from backpack wearing terrorists, the carriages should have been blown outwards.

The pics very quickly disappeared from circulation and the train itself was hauled away under high security conditions

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On 3/3/2023 at 8:41 AM, numnuts said:

Right, so does this mean that MI5 now need to go after folks, much more pro-actively, who are perhaps 'not thinking right'?

 

Strange how power always wins big when fear/death is involved.

 

"May you live in interesting times." and all that.

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34 minutes ago, masonfreeparty2 said:

yes it was them and so too london bombings and i wouldnt be surprised if they had a hand in the birmingham bombing..sick organisation

Which Birmingham bombing? There were rumours - wholly unsubstantiated - that the security services were well informed about IRA active service units on the mainland in the 1970s and "allowed" the bombings to go ahead to protect their men inside the IRA. It's an old trick and one used by the British government since at least WWII. The Nuremberg Raid of March 30/31 1944 being a glaring example.

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6 hours ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

There were rumours - wholly unsubstantiated - that the security services were well informed about IRA active service units on the mainland in the 1970s and "allowed" the bombings to go ahead to protect their men inside the IRA.

 

Let's assume that scenario is true, in relation to at least one bombing. I could accept it as a genuine sacrifice for the greater good. You have to be a bit ruthless in that line of work. What I can't accept is Reichstag fire, police state type stuff, which is where we are heading nowadays.    

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9 hours ago, jack121 said:

I did see the london tube bombing pics from back in 2010, and the floor of the train was blown inwards and upwards, indicating the explosion came from under the train. If the explosions had come from inside the train as the msm states from backpack wearing terrorists, the carriages should have been blown outwards.

The pics very quickly disappeared from circulation and the train itself was hauled away under high security conditions

Yes, eyewitness to testify what you said is true- a dancer from Cambridge called Bruce Lait. He told the cambs evening news the explosion came from under the train and blew into it, hence the hole and upwards bent metal. 
Someone had to have had access to the train yard to put it there, possibly nighttime or early morning, maybe it was there for weeks until the time was right and everyone was in place.

British Transport Police are all MI5 agents, believe it or not. Exactly the same powers as military intelligence 

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3 hours ago, numnuts said:

 

Let's assume that scenario is true, in relation to at least one bombing. I could accept it as a genuine sacrifice for the greater good. You have to be a bit ruthless in that line of work. What I can't accept is Reichstag fire, police state type stuff, which is where we are heading nowadays.    

What bothers me about it is that six innocent men were framed for that horror and spent decades in prison. Government legerdemain goes back a long way. Read the story of the Nuremberg Raid on the night of March 30/31 1944. IAnthony Cave-Brow later stated that it was admitted - though later covered up - that the raid was leaked to protect the credibility of an allied agent. 96 aircraft failed to return and the RAF lost hundreds of aircrew (See Cave-Brown's book, Bodyguard of Lies).

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44 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

What bothers me about it is that six innocent men were framed for that horror and spent decades in prison.

 

I definitely don't agree with fitting folks up. One of the hallmarks of the PTB, is to try and close cases where they have played a role, by fitting folks up. Personally, I think that they have shot themselves in the foot, on quite a few occasions, by adopting this tactic. Reason being, that they have probably opened more eyes, by running around trying to pin the blame on someone with little evidence, than by just letting a case go cold and forgotten. For example, as with the Rettendon murders, Jill Dando and Maddie McCann. Maddie's death was accidental, but the same principle applies, as the PTB quickly got involved. And, quite alarmingly, both the Rettendon and Maddie cases weren't even remotely connected to national security issues. They were 'Boys In Da Club' influenced cases. I will look in to the Nuremberg case you referred to some more.    

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On 3/4/2023 at 7:42 PM, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Yes, eyewitness to testify what you said is true- a dancer from Cambridge called Bruce Lait. He told the cambs evening news the explosion came from under the train and blew into it, hence the hole and upwards bent metal. 
Someone had to have had access to the train yard to put it there, possibly nighttime or early morning, maybe it was there for weeks until the time was right and everyone was in place.

British Transport Police are all MI5 agents, believe it or not. Exactly the same powers as military intelligence 

 

Yep. They murdered all those people on the train, blamed it on muslims, then they used the bombing itself to launch yet another war against muslims in which they murdered many more

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