Can this be corroberated by another publication? The BNP newsletter isn't the most widely accepted for good news reporting.
I doubt this claim has any credibility at all and not because of the source.
The group responsible for 7/7 and 24/7 were amateurs using basic homemade explosives. They did not have the capability to make enough explosives sufficient to blow a hole that big or even get hold of industrial or military explosives. They also were not backed up by any intelligence or targetting teams that could have told them where to detonate or place such explosives.
If this claim is complete crap then all the BNP have just done is highlighted a weakness in our infrastructure, one that future terrorists may pick up on.
this is a facinating article and explains alot. great find.
But the say that it should be national news at the bottom, i dont agree, not without a real source, some names or something.
What is needed is the names of those police officers or the source so somebody can follow up.
Surely the title should be Islamic terrorists plotted to drown Londoners?
Anyway, they don't give a source, coupled with their inflammatory nature, I suspect this to be as false as tabloid reports a few months ago that a bank banned piggy banks to avoid offending Muslims.
well it maybe false but you cant compare it to a tabloid headline selling newspapers and conclude that. its a different type of story.
since when did banks have piggy banks anyway
Why would they cover it up though? It's not as if they covered up the fact that the bombers were Islamic terrorists is it?
Oh, come on! What rot! "Here's a story, but no-one will say it's untrue because it's a secret and they've all been arrested." And the proof? A cross shape pattern of bombs, al-qaeda had tube maps (shocker!) and they didn't blow up a shopping centre. This isn't even circumstantial evidence- it's loose fitting together of random scraps of innocuous trivia. Pathetic, really.