You spend ages waiting for a new July 7th documentary and then two turn up at the same time...
7/7 Seeds of Deconstruction
7/7 The Big Picture
Of the two, if I had to recommend only one to watch I'd go for Seeds of Deconstruction (there's an interview with the film-maker here) as it contains material that was new to me and also included a stab at presenting some of the confusing eyewitness testimony from 7/7 in a comprehensible form. Having said that, Big Picture is a pretty decent effort, in spite of a couple of ill-judged inclusions which made me wince
Both films share a lot in common, not least their bottom-numbing, but arguably necessary, length.
Both films are pleasingly Messiah-free (and thumbs up to the maker of Big Picture for promising that he will never claim to be the Messiah)
Both films concentrate on the serious flaws in what passes for the Official Narrative and avoid proposing their own competing fairy tales
Both films attempt, and this is the main reason for their length, to present 7/7 within a wider historical and geopolitical context
As such, both films are an indication that at least some British Conspiraloons are learning not to be distracted by bullshit or confuse the issues by injecting some bullshit of their own into the mix. Consequently, I doubt if either is going to be plugged on the Internet to anything like the same degree that that slab of old cock 7/7 Ripple Effect was
No, neither film is likely to achieve any kind of breakthrough in public awareness about the flaws in the Official 7/7 or War on Terror Narratives but they are an encouraging sign that sceptics of Official Narratives are learning to be smarter about how they express and substantiate the reasons for their scepticism
And when someone says to you 'Well, who do you think did it then!?' it really is perfectly OK to say...
'I don't know'
'but I do know that the official narrative is bollocks'
This response is, of course, useful for more than just War on Terror Official Narratives