7/7 Ripple Effect which covers the “alleged” terrorist attacks on 07/07/2005 in London.
I hope this finds you well, in good spirit and having a good day. 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 Ockhams 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.
Were the “alleged” terrorist attacks in London on 07/07/2005 an inside job? 7/7 Ripple Effect is about an hour long documentary which questions the “official” version of this event. It is interesting that the official version blames four muslims for this so called terrorist attack.
Where have we heard brown people being blamed for an alleged terrorist attack? Oh that’s right, those events of September 11, 2001 which were blamed on nineteen brown terrorists with box cutters. There were some strange occurrences with the London incident.
For one thing, allegedly a bus route where so called terrorists perpetrated their crime, was never in operation until 07/07/2005. Also, a security excercise exclusively for “terrorist” acts just happened to occur at same time as this alleged “terrorist” attack. Was this security exercise really staged so that this attack could be a false flag inside job?
Scheduling security drills during a false flag can cause confusion and can aid in an inside job scenario. Also, it is claimed that explosives used in this alleged terrorist attack were pre-planted. A number thirty bus, which didn’t exist before is a huge red flag, at least to my dogmatic subjective perspective.
There are other strange occurrences that are covered in the fifty six minute 7/7 Ripple Effect documentary. This documentary is easily available on the Internet by performing a google search or looking on video sharing sites like YouTube.com. Are you interested in hearing more about possible false flag inside job conspiracies like 7/7?
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