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7/7 London Bombings, kevin was joined with:
Muad'Dib, director and producer of the highly influential film '7/7 Ripple Effect' joins the show. The 7/7 Ripple Effect was first released on the Internet on 5 November 2007. The film poses numerous questions about the events surrounding the attacks, and alleges alternative theories for who was behind them.

Kevin was also joined with Author of 'Terror on the Tube', Nick Kollerstrom, nick looks behind the veil of the 7/7 bombings. Dr Nick Kollerstrom revealed holes in the official 7/7 story. The biggest one was the false claim that the bombers caught a train that Dr Kollerstorm discovered did not run that day. The Home Secretary Minister John Reid (2006-7) had to apologise to the House and re-write the report.

BAFS: I did not have to watch 7/7 Ripple Effect to conclude that the Jews/Israelis were behind the London attacks.  Refer to EHUD BARAK's War Manifesto only one hour after the Israeli 9/11 attacks on America, proving they were planned in advance with a clear agenda of which he knew all the details! He was already telling the US to bomb Iraq, Iran and Lybia!

 I studied Mathematics and Physics and taught some and I am far from being a fool like the majority of the B'ritish (or AIPAC or ADL American) people!

Alex Jones came to London to shout at 10 Downing Street telling them ('her majesty's government') that they carried out the attacks!

38 Comments allowed by Mail Online, but MINE SUPPRESSED FOR FIVE YEARS! 

I was assaulted by a Black Police Officer and theatened by one "Muslim" vigilante at the local Masjid (Mosque) Umar in London E.17 while I was taking pictures of the 25-40 media whores (including foreign ones) who had swarmed there to find out if there were still Muslim terrorists they could interview when they would come out of the Masjid after salaat (prayer).  Death threats on my person and that of my son followed by a journalist who rang my intercom and tried to blackmail me. I was followed and my £600 camera stolen from my jacket pocket!

 Muslims have been threatened, blackmailed, and made to accept the government version of the attacks, although all the evidence points to MI5, MI6, MOSSAD  and the Israelis (like 9/11 and the Mumbai Chabad Lubavitch attacks) with the complicity of the London Police.


Why Muslims in the West won't Speak out on False Flag Terror

July 7, 2010

book_nick1-231x300.jpgNick Kollerstrom wrote a book proving the London 7/7 bombings were an inside job. Now 7/7 is the stick they use to bash Muslims in the UK the way they use 9/11 in the US. So the British Muslim media are lining up to report on his research, right? Not yet. In fact, they won't touch it.

Kevin Barrett is an American Muslim personality in the 9/11 Truth movement. Kevin noted how few Muslims in the US were supporting 9/11 Truth, and wondered why. I said they felt other Americans would just peg them as paranoid Arabs who think the CIA is behind everything. Muslims in the West are busy just trying to assimilate and be accepted.

Dave Aossey is a third-generation Lebanese writer. When we asked his take on it, he said most people in the Middle East still believe in the American dream. If you ask them where they'd go if they could live anywhere they liked, they will say the United States. It's not true that Arabs hate the US at all -- on the contrary!

David Livingstone is a Canadian Muslim writer. His views on it are more controversial: Islam has been thoroughly infiltrated by agents of the British empire and the Illuminati. They created the Saudis and Wahhabis, who use their oil money to foster two distortions of Islam. One is resigned to political or social injustice. The other spouts jihadist rhetoric. It's all part of a long-term Clash of Civilizations planned by the empire, along the lines of the Three World Wars.

On Wednesday, July 7th -- the fifth anniversary of the London Tube bombings -- you can hear these four authors exchange views on this and other provocative "New World Order" topics -- what the strategy is, and what we can do about it. Can the 9/11 Truth movement carry on? What are countergangs, and how to take over the world with them? Just tune in to , at 9 a.m. Pacific, noon Eastern, on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010.

Show will be archived.

Read the preview here:

In Memory of British Judeo Totalitarian State Terrorism !

"Tears for a suicide bomber: Father of 7/7 terrorist visits his unmarked grave as survivors and victims gather on fifth anniversary"

By Mail Online Reporter
Last updated at 3:45 PM on 7th July 2010
Five years to the day after four suicide bombers brought terror to London, victims' relatives and survivors gathered in the capital to mark the solemn occasion.
But in the quiet corner of a Leeds cemetery a solitary figure mourned the death of one of the Islamic extremists who killed 52 innocent people on July 7, 2005.
The 18-year-old he is mourning is Hasib Hussain, the teenager who took 13 lives as well as his own when he detonated his bomb on the number 30 bus in Tavistock Square.
Mahmood Hussain at his son's graveside
Grief-stricken: Mahmood Hussain mourns his son Hasib, the 18-year-old Tavistock Square bus bomber who killed 13 people on 7/7, at his unmarked grave in Leeds
While Mahmood Hussain grieved the death of his youngest son, 200 miles to the south Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, paid tribute to those who died.

In a personal message to staff at the Greater London Authority, Mr Johnson said he was grateful to those who helped keep the capital moving that day.

'We will all be thinking today about the terrible events in London five years ago to the day,' the Mayor's personal message to GLA workers said.
'Some of you will have suffered personal pain. Many of you were involved in the emergency response to and in the aftermath of the bombings.

'I know that this organisation rose to the challenge on that day and worked hard to keep the capital moving and its communities united in grief, not in mutual hatred or suspicion.

'I am grateful to all who were involved. We will never forget what happened or those who suffered.'

Relatives of 7/7 victims lay flowers in Hyde Park
Sombre: Relatives and friends of those who were killed on July 7, 2005 gather at their Hyde Park memorial
A minute's silence is set to be observed at a meeting at City Hall this evening.
No official events are planned to commemorate the anniversary, although wreaths have been laid on behalf of Prime Minister David Cameron and Mr Johnson at the Hyde Park memorial to the victims.

In a hand-written note attached to the wreath laid at the memorial on behalf of the Government, Prime Minister David Cameron said: 'In memory of the victims of terrorism in London on 7 July 2005. They will never be forgotten.'

The PM led tributes in the Commons today to those who were killed and injured.
At question time, Mr Cameron said everyone would remember 'where they were and what they were doing when that dreadful news came through'.

He told a packed chamber: 'Our hearts should go out to the families and friends of those who died. They will never be forgotten

'Our thoughts are also with those who were injured, physically and mentally, by the dreadful events of that day.

'It was a dreadful day but it is also a day that will remain, I believe, a symbol of the enduring bravery of the British people.'

Mr Cameron said the emergency services had played an 'unbelievably brilliant role' on the day of the bombings.

Mourners lay flowers at the memorial to the 7/7 victims
Reflection: Two women lay flowers at the permanent Hyde Park memorial, which was officially opened by Prince Charles on July 7 last year
Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman echoed the Prime Minister's sentiments, saying: 'Today we remember those who were killed and injured and their families and friends.
'We pay tribute to the emergency services who responded with such care and courage and we stand with the Government in our determination to defeat those who would bring terror to our streets.'

The atrocities carried out by Islamic extremists on Tube trains and a bus in 2005 left 52 innocent people dead and more than 700 injured.

Many survivors and bereaved families will mark the day with private gatherings at the memorial and the sites of the four blasts.
David Cameron's tribute to 7/7 victims
Boris Johnson's tribute to 7/7 victims
Sympathy: Wreaths were laid at the Hyde Park memorial on behalf of Prime Minister David Cameron (left) and London Mayor Boris Johnson (right)
The lack of an official ceremony has upset many of those affected by the tragedy, according to Graham Foulkes, whose 22-year-old son David was killed in the Edgware Road bombing.

Mr Foulkes said: 'I am very disappointed. This was an attack against the country. This is the fifth anniversary, a significant one, but even the Mayor of London will not be present.

'I don't think any of us are saying we want this to become an annual major event, but I think on the fifth anniversary the least the Prime Minister could do is attend and lay a wreath.

'This was a national attack, and it's really disappointing. I know it's upset many people.'
He contrasted Britain's attitude to marking the 7/7 anniversary with the active approach taken to remembering the 9/11 attacks in the United States.

'The mindset of New Yorkers and the authorities in New York is completely different to here,' he said.

'The Americans had an independent inquiry. Here we can't even get the inquests to run within a reasonable timetable.

'Here we are at a significant anniversary and even the Mayor can't be bothered to attend.'

Firemen hold a one-minute silence in Tavistock Square
Tribute: Firemen mark the fifth anniversary of the bombings in Tavistock Square

A man looks at floral tributes laid in Tavistock Square
Paying his respects: A man reads floral tributes left by survivors and relatives of victims near the spot where the number 30 bus exploded
In previous years Mr Foulkes and his wife have marked the anniversary by visiting their son's grave, but this year they will travel to London and meet other families at Edgware Road.

Transport for London is organising private rooms and trained support staff for bereaved relatives and survivors near the sites of the three Tube bombings.

A floral tribute is left at King's Cross station
A tribute left by the London Ambulance Service at King's Cross station this morning
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), which is responsible for organising 7/7 memorials, said none of the families had contacted it since last year asking for an official event to mark today's anniversary.

A spokesman said: 'At the request of the families of the victims, there is no formal ceremony this year, their view being that the opening of the permanent memorial by the Prince of Wales last year was the appropriate way to finish that stage of their grieving.'
A spokeswoman for Mr Johnson said the Mayor followed the advice of the DCMS on marking the anniversary.

July 7, 2005 dawned with London still elated from learning the previous day that it had won the 2012 Olympics, but the euphoria was short-lived.

Suicide bombers Mohammed Sidique Khan, 30, Shehzad Tanweer, 22, Hasib Hussain, 18, and Jermaine Lindsay, 19, met at Luton station that morning.

They took a train to King's Cross in London, then hugged and separated to carry out their deadly missions.

Within three minutes of 8.50am, Tanweer detonated his bomb at Aldgate, Khan set his device off at Edgware Road and Lindsay blew himself up between King's Cross and Russell Square. Hussain detonated his device on board the number 30 bus at Tavistock Square at 9.47am.

A fortnight later, another four would-be suicide bombers launched failed attacks on the Tube and a bus, leading to police marksmen shooting dead innocent Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes.

The inquests into the deaths of those killed in the 7/7 atrocities will finally be held at the Royal Courts of Justice in London this autumn.

Fire fighters hold a one-minute silence in Tavistock Square
Moment of silence: Prime Minister David Cameron today praised the emergency services for playing an 'unbelievably brilliant role' on the day of the bombings
Ken Livingstone, who was London mayor at the time, said: 'July 7, 2005 was a day we will never forget.

'It was a day in which many people were caught up in an act of horrific criminal violence and a day when Londoners also demonstrated why this city is the greatest in the world.

'Londoners from all communities united against the appalling acts of terror and chose hope and humanity over division.

'I hope that people across London today will spare some time to reflect on what happened five years ago, the people whose lives were lost and those who were caught up in the events, and the great bravery and solidarity of Londoners we saw on and after the 7th.'
The secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, Farooq Murad, will lead a delegation from the UK's Islamic community to pay their respects to the victims of the attacks at the Hyde Park memorial today.

The National Muslim Women's Advisory Group issued a statement 'deploring' the actions of the 7/7 bombers and saying that what they had done could "never be justified" in the name of Islam.

'Today our thoughts are with all those who have been affected by this tragedy and continue to suffer from its outcome either directly or indirectly,' it said.

'In our role as advisers on issues relating to Muslim women across the whole of the UK, we join together with all the voices of condemnation and stand united against all forms of hate nationally and globally which so often manifests itself into unspeakable violence.'


I was shocked at the head line! Like many as the DM wants .... but i totaly agree with the comments made already - It is not this poor man's fault - ASK youself do you know what your 18year old is doing 24/7 ? I think the DM is wrong - very wrong for taking and posting this picture.
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Mr Hussain has lost his son so who is anyone to say he has no right to mark this day in the same way as the families of the innocent victims? I am saying this on the assumption that Mr Hussain considers himself as British as I am. I assume that he is a 'normal' Muslim guy and not a cowardly Islamic fanatic like his son. I also assume he had no idea of what his son was into and his heinous plans before the event.
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Keeping watch on a grave in order to take a picture of a bereaved father is a foul thing to do and the Mail should be ashamed to print this photo. This man had nothing to do with the attack and it is an affront to decency and justice to intrude on people in respect of what their relatives, compatriots or co-religionists do.
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The July 7th bombers did a terrible and wicked thing, but why should the father of one of the bombers not grieve, after all he has lost a son. I have no feelings/ respect for the bombers at all, but I do for him, just like I do the family of the 52 others who died.
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His son committed a terrible, horrific act, but he was still his son, and he no doubt still loves him - he's probably sad that he never understood what drove his son to carry out his atrocities, as we all would be if a family member carried out such an act.

But do you really think it's 'fair game' to pop into the cemetery and take a picture of him when he's mourning privately, especially given that he is obviously aware of the camera?

I'm in no way defending Hasib's actions, as they were disgusting, but do we really need to see a distressed father mourning his son's death in privacy?

What do we gain from it, apart from the waves of people who will be writing 'why is he mourning a bomber'?

There's a time and a place to mourn a loved one's death, and he is doing so, but you've effectively turned the picture and headline into a thinly-veiled attack on the father.
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Shouldn't this article be at the top of the web page out of a mark of respect.
- Sophie, Frankfurt, 7/7/2010 13:08

Yes but where would they then put the real breaking newsworthy stories regarding Wayne Rooney, Alesha Dixon and Danni Minogue?!
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