The Ripple Effect 7/7

“Regarding the 7/7/2005 terrorist attacks in London, let us look at the facts, and what we were told, and compare them. Then, using Ockham’s Razor and common-sense, let us see what conclusions are to be drawn, so we can all understand what most likely really did happen that day.”

July 7 Families Campaign For New Investigation

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Filed under: Crime, Journalism, Law, Politics, UK

3 Responses

  1. Peter says:

    Great video!

  2. Dwight Anderson says:

    Greetings Brother!!!!!!! I pray that that The Most High God Blesses you and yours and keeps you safe from our enemies who have allied themselves with all forces of demonic nature as a means of gain.

    This documentary you have made re. 7/7 is absolutely outstanding!!!!!!! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!!!!!! I shall do my best to spread the wealth of knowledge of the truth that you have imparted to me via the 7/7 documentary. I hope to meet you one day in the Holy Throne Room of The Most High God. Peace, Blessings and Love be unto you, my Brother!!!!!!!

  3. Duncan says:

    ‘Brilliant and Excellent’ are words barely adequate to describe this factual and well-researched presentation. This is damning evidence that demands a verdict – PLEASE COULD SOMEONE HANG BIG ‘GUILTY’ SIGNS AROUND THE NECKS OF THE WHOLE BUNCH OF THESE SICK TWISTED MURDERERS WHO CONTRIVED TO DECEIVE THE WHOLE WORLD IF THEY COULD HAVE DONE!!
    Thank you to Muad Dib and may The LORD bless and protect and be gracious to you.
    Bye for now, Duncan Wareing.

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