Tag Archives: 7/7

Keep them there till they die … well we’re in charge, we’re the totally partisan police … let’s make look it look like a terrrist attack although we’ve had loads of tube incidents signed: Ian Blair

Let’s chose who’s going to live Ian Blair: We’ve got to get the numbers right. We’ve got to pretend that this is a terrrist attack instead of just another dust explosion on the tube. We’ve got to do it for … Continue reading

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I’ve been wondering … and the problem is that

I’ve been wondering what it takes to start an investigation by the police into a crime. I would expect that it would just be reasonableness that a crime has been committed. I wouldn’t expect much interest in trivial crimes like … Continue reading

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New tack

Some of you – a select few – will be aware that I have very recently made some good progress researching the events of London during the early reign of the Blairs – Tonee and Ian that is. I’m making … Continue reading

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Ian Blair :: PRELUDE

Looking at Ian Blair as boss of the Metropolitan Police provides a very informative alternative narrative on events of the Tony Blair years. Tony Blair was and is in every way a fraudulent man presenting an image that was very … Continue reading

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Jimmy Savile, Ian Blair, the police and the IPCC

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary reports on the many instances that the police refused to pursue allegations against Jimmy Savile due to his status and affiliation(s?). Savile was effectively above the law because it was not applied to hime The … Continue reading

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About the spook and an earlier one on 7/7

On Christmas Eve, I claimed to have discovered a nasty spook. A spook is a term for a spy – somebody who presents a fake image for unsavoury purposes, usually to deceive. I had had a few drinks so I … Continue reading

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UK political news review

Since the last UK politics news review the main issue is that the official narrative of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster has been proved to be totally fabricated. Feckin wake up will you? Terrrists that hate our freedoms brought down two … Continue reading

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Voting Lib-Dem and police issues

The Liberal-Democrats are engaging in allsorts of illiberal and anti-democratic gymnastics to avoid a vote on abolishing the NHS. I’m sorry to admit that I actually voted(1) Liberal-Democrat at the last general election. I could never vote Tory and I … Continue reading

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Previous blog: Danger of dust explosions on the London Underground

Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Danger of dust explosions on the London Underground This blog was mysteriously deleted in early December 2005. [edit: 2006] Here is a posting from the deleted previous content. [19/8/11 It was actually mysteriously deleted in early … Continue reading

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Previous blog: Blair’s government and Metropolitan Police policy dictated by the Jerusalem Post

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog which ceased on 31 May 2011. The previous blog was mysteriously deleted in early April 2008. Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Blair’s government and Metropolitan … Continue reading

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Previous blog: Richmal Marie Oates-Whiteheadt

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog that ceased on 31 May 2011. Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Richmal Marie Oates-Whitehead � November 9, 2007 – Richmal Marie Oates-Whitehead Richmal Marie Oates-Whitehead … Continue reading

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Previous Blog: Dr. Who?

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog that ceased on 31 May 2011. Links are broken. Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Dr. Who? Dr. Richmal Oates-Whitehead. Apparently Dr. Richmal Oates-Whitehead claimed to be … Continue reading

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Previous Blog: Esoteric Knowledge #3 Jean Charles de Menezes

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog that ceased on 31 May 2011. Links are broken. The previous blog was mysteriously deleted in early December 2008. [7/1/14 Please note that I now … Continue reading

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Thinking about restating the list …

and whether ACPO & co should be on it. If ACPO are on it … should they all be on it? That’s reasonable, don’t you think? I am a political dissident and I object strongly to be treated as a … Continue reading

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Coming soon

I will be looking at one of the victims of  7/7 Helena Katherine Jones Almost as if she was a chosen victim, isn’t it? … a successful human rights lawyer … active in opposition to Blair & Co’s Iraq war … Continue reading

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Some dots to join

Join the dots …   Ian Blair (when he was actually Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police;) said “to paraphrase another great American, Mark Twain, on reading his obituary, accounts of my demise are premature.” http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/5101180.stm    “If London can survive … Continue reading

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Coming soon

Looking at Ian Blair and various names, abbreviations of those names and salutations. edit: My mistake. I’m looking at formal titles not salutations. later edit: There are two aspects: covert and overt. Covert, hidden messages and overt harassment e.g. “Houston, … Continue reading

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Take a look at these

The previous On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing blog is due for deletion on 31st May. Mirror before then if you’re interested. Here are some articles from December 2008 which were reposted after the blog was mysteriously … Continue reading

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