My late uncle served in the London Ambulance Service for 32 years. During that time he had developed a healthy respect for the Metropolitan Police. He had very little time for conspiracy theories, was willing to give the security forces the benefit of the doubt, and always invoked cock-up and the natural human desire to cover-up cock ups as the probable explanations for the kind of issues that we Conspiraloons get wound up about
Earlier in the Summer, and before he shuffled off this mortal coil, I was having one of my usual, mostly good-natured, slanging matches with my uncle about exploding trains and innocent people being shot in the back of the head in London when he said something along the lines of...
As it happens, my uncle was on duty driving a support vehicle on 7/7 and ended up in Tavistock Place. I know he saw a fair few casualties from the bus explosion. So, I said to him
My uncle looked confused for moment, didn't answer the question and changed the subject completely
Which wasn't like him at all, especially as I'd already played the same card a couple of years back
Your own Dissonance is a dish best not served in your face, repeatedly
I only mention that story now because of this little nugget I've just come across, courtesy of The Antagonist...
7/7-Style Explosives Found In NY Cemetery
Explosives of the same type used in the London 7/7 bombings have been removed from a New York cemetery
Eight bricks of the powerful C4 explosives were discovered in a plastic bag at the historic New York City Marble Cemetery
which, of course, completely contradicts the Official 7/7 Narrative which states that home-made explosives were used
The obvious counter from a Pro Official Narrative viewpoint would be that, as is invariably the case when news reports contradict Official Narratives, the news report is simply misinformed
Misinformed by the...
"New York police said the explosives were "very potent" military grade of the same type used the 2005 London attacks. But they were missing detonators."
That would be the same NYPD that was selected to release the pictures of those very spikey, and highly photogenic, bombs...
...that the alleged 7/7 bombers allegedly put together with loving care with the military grade explosives they made in the bath out of chapati flour and hair care products, only to leave in the back of their car on the day of their attack
From what I've read of the current 7/7 Inquest-themed pantomime it would seem that the establishment is sticking with the DIY explosives story. How well that's going to hold up as the Mock Inquest proceeds (not very well so far) remains to be seen
More allegedly inconsistent car-based 7/7 antics are detailed here...