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London CCTV Evidence: Please Yank My Chain
from Another Day in the Empire
Entered into the database on Saturday, August 06th, 2005 @ 09:03:18 MST


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Dick Fojut has written Ken Livingstone, mayor of London, and several British publications demanding the police and the Israeli security company Verint release CCTV video footage of the London subway bombings. Of course, the British government will do no such thing, as the United States government refuses (nearly four years later) to release the video footage (taken by a nearby security camera) of the supposed plane hitting the Pentagon. If indeed the London CCTV footage contained images of Muslims with explosive backpacks, we’d see it run 24/7 on Fox News and the BBC. But since no such footage exists, we are expected to believe whatever nonsense the Brits tell us, same as were expected to believe the fairy tale of cave-dwelling Muslims attacking New York and Washington. It should be noted that the cameras at Newark and Dulles airports were confiscated by the FBI, according to Michael Taylor, president of American International Security Corp, and an FBI spokesman later said he knew nothing about this.

In other words, the video imagery of the nine eleven hijackers disappeared, although there two video clips of Mohammed Atta and Abdul Aziz al-Omari passing through security at the Portland airport (and also selected video stills of Atta and al-Omari at a gas station, an ATM, and Wal-Mart), although this proves absolutely nothing and does not place the pair on flight 77 departing from Boston. None of the original passenger manifests of the hijacked planes carry any of the names of the alleged hijackers (see passenger names here, here, here, and here) or did the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, tasked with identifying the bodies, find any Arab remains, according to Thomas R. Olmsted, M.D, an ex-Naval line officer and a psychiatrist. In short, there is no documentary evidence Arabs hijacked and crashed airplanes on nine eleven. And now in London the government is pulling the same scam, claiming crazed Pakistanis are responsible for suicide bombings killing over 50 people and yet providing no evidence of this.

But what is really disturbing is that millions of people believe these cock and bull stories and do not require evidence before allowing their governments to invade small defenseless countries (linked to terrorist events, again without sufficient evidence) or methodically dismantle civil liberties (it would appear, at least in the United States, most people have a vague understanding at best of their civil liberties and the Bill of Rights). Many citizens are not only ill-informed, they are largely unsuspicious of government—in fact, they seem to believe government will protect them, would not lie to them, or kill them for political reasons.