Islamics Plotted To Drown Londoners. Watch

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http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=861
A fifth bomb? I will let you decide how much credit this article has.
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Can this be corroberated by another publication? The BNP newsletter isn't the most widely accepted for good news reporting.
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(Original post by SolInvincitus)
Can this be corroberated by another publication? The BNP newsletter isn't the most widely accepted for good news reporting.
Can this be corroberated by another publication?
Well no, since the copper went to the BNP.
The BNP newsletter isn't the most widely accepted for good news reporting
But the BNP never make things up out of nothing, and when they do get things wrong they apologise.
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Well no, since the copper went to the BNP.

But the BNP never make things up out of nothing, and when they do get things wrong they apologise.
I understand. It is just that many on TSR may not accept what is said because of where it comes from.

Anyway, if what is said is true, then this act jsut shows how despicable those responsible for the 7/7 attacks are.
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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.
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Well no, since the copper went to the BNP.

But the BNP never make things up out of nothing, and when they do get things wrong they apologise.
When it has been demonstrated that they are wrong they apologise.

They're all too happy to make unfalsifiable claims, though.
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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.
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.
Muslims are really so thick they could not pick up on that anyway?
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Nice generalisation there. :rolleyes:

Or was it irony?
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When it has been demonstrated that they are wrong they apologise.

They're all too happy to make unfalsifiable claims, though.
Everything on the news section of the website is based on fact, or in this case, what we belive to be fact.
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Muslims are really so thick they could not pick up on that anyway?
Why would someone possibly think that there is a weakness there? unless they did their own investigation into it. Its not a simple case of 'oh yeah, its under water, it has to be weak, lets blow it up". Terrorist attacks that are of a complex nature require intense planning and intelligence gathering. Why offer up information for free? Its like these idiot reporters who break into military facilities and then go public with it. All it does is highlight the significant weaknesses in our defences to everybody. It does not rectify the situation as we do not have the will or resources to secure everything.
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Ahh the good old anonymous source eh! Very reliable i'm sure.:rolleyes:
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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.
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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.
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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
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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?
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What a story!
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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.
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(Original post by BNP Article)
...the BNP can exclusively reveal...
As far as I'm concerned, if it was genuine news, it would be possible to corroborate it with other news sources. "Exclusive" news is just another way of saying it's all either made up or overblown so more reputable sources are not prepared to publish it.
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Surely the title should be Islamic terrorists plotted to drown Londoners?
Hey, it's the BNP - why report accurately when you can insult a far more significant minority instead?
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(Original post by happybob)
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=861
A fifth bomb? I will let you decide how much credit this article has.
I would have maybe belived this article, if it did come from another source.
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