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ForestHillier


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25-04-2016 10:03 AM

Has anyone else ever read up about 9/11 & 7/7 and the latest terror in Paris & Brussels - makes for very interesting reading

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crassbelch
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25-04-2016 10:29 AM

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ForestHillier


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25-04-2016 10:40 AM

Agreed plus there are many holes in the 7/7 London terror attacks

Also did the guy st Stockwell know something, hence why he was shot about a million times

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Pippi


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25-04-2016 01:41 PM

I taught one of the 7/7 bombers. He was 'intellectually challenged' to say the least, and behaviourally out of control. Dealing with him was more a matter of containment than education. The fact that he ended up in prison didn't surprise me one bit.

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ForestHillier


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26-04-2016 09:11 AM

which one as didnt they all get killed at Canary Wharf ? or do you mean the failed bombers ?

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Pippi


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26-04-2016 11:14 AM

One of the ones who were involved in making the explosives used at the Edgware Road station. As I recall they did put a number of people away for their involvement, in one way or another, in 7/7.

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ForestHillier


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26-04-2016 12:20 PM

Thanks Pippi - i wasnt doubting you - was just curious to which one you taught

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Pippi


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26-04-2016 01:04 PM

I'm wary of naming names, and anyway it turns out he went by a few different ones! But two clues: he was the youngest involved, and if you read the police reports, he's the one who basically sounds daft as a brush. The Chris Morris film 'Four Lions' rings pretty true when you read them......

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michael


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26-04-2016 01:13 PM

Sometimes people have the need to believe in some force more powerful than what they experience in everyday life. They believe in 'miracles' or 'God's vengeance'. In a more modern world there still appears to be a psychological need to believe in such nonsense, but instead of assigning such powers to God, they are assigned to 'The Government', 'Zionist Control', 'Subversives'.

In many cases these conspiracies are fueled by governments or political ideologies that find such explanations fit better with their pre-conceived view of Government, Communists, Jews, or The Enemy Within. But I think we should regard such beliefs as the atheist equivalent of miracles - there is probably a more reasonable explanation that makes more sense.

Not that I would dismiss all 'conspiracies', but 9/11, 7/7, Apollo 11 are pretty clear cut with plenty of evidence to support the mainstream view.

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