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PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 12:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From Pat Henningson
21st Century wire

Quote:
"No armed police are thought to have been on duty at the gates, which open on to Parliament Square." Daily Mail -

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4342580/Westminster-terrorist- got-Met-Police-chief-left.html

Politics Home shed light on the recent terror event outside of Parliament Square a day after this report was published. Here's a passage revealing why armed guards had been removed from the entrance way at Carriage Gates by Scotland Yard over course of the last two years:

"Armed guards were removed from the Parliamentary gate where PC Keith Palmer was murdered because MPs found them “intimidating”, it has been reported."

The Times explains: "The fixed armed position at Carriage Gates was replaced at some point over the past two years by a mobile firearms patrol. Parliamentary security sources confirmed that the switch had occurred but claimed it was because of Scotland Yard’s concerns that a static armed officer on a gate that was usually open would be vulnerable to attack."

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Attack 'highly likely' but both armed police guard removed from parliament & CCTV system disabled in last few months?

Security Service MI5
Current threat from international terrorism
https://www.mi5.gov.uk/threat-levels
The current threat level for international terrorism in the UK is SEVERE.

What the threat levels mean
Threat levels are designed to give a broad indication of the likelihood of a terrorist attack.

LOW means an attack is unlikely.
MODERATE means an attack is possible, but not likely
SUBSTANTIAL means an attack is a strong possibility
SEVERE means an attack is highly likely
CRITICAL means an attack is expected imminently

How are threat levels decided?
The threat level for the UK from international terrorism is set by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC).

MI5 is responsible for setting the threat levels from Irish and other domestic terrorism both in Northern Ireland and in Great Britain.

In reaching a judgement on the appropriate threat level in any given circumstance several factors need to be taken into account.

These include:

Available intelligence. It is rare that specific threat information is available and can be relied upon. More often, judgements about the threat will be based on a wide range of information, which is often fragmentary, including the level and nature of current terrorist activity, comparison with events in other countries and previous attacks. Intelligence is only ever likely to reveal part of the picture.
Terrorist capability. An examination of what is known about the capabilities of the terrorists in question and the method they may use based on previous attacks or from intelligence. This would also analyse the potential scale of the attack.
Terrorist intentions. Using intelligence and publicly available information to examine the overall aims of the terrorists and the ways they may achieve them including what sort of targets they would consider attacking.
Timescale. The threat level expresses the likelihood of an attack in the near term. We know from past incidents that some attacks take years to plan, while others are put together more quickly. In the absence of specific intelligence, a judgement will need to be made about how close an attack might be to fruition. Threat levels do not have any set expiry date, but are regularly subject to review in order to ensure that they remain current.

How should you respond?
Threat levels in themselves do not require specific responses from the public. They are a tool for security practitioners working across different sectors of the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) and the police to use in determining what protective security response may be required.

Vigilance is vital regardless of the current national threat level. It is especially important given the current national threat. Sharing national threat levels with the general public keeps everyone informed. It explains the context for the various security measures (for example airport security or bag searches) which we may encounter in our daily lives.

If you have information about possible terrorist activity, call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline: 0800 789 321.

The Anti-Terrorist Hotline is for tip-offs and confidential information. For warnings about possible bombs or other urgent threats please call 999.

Threat level history
Since 2006, information about the national threat level has been available on the MI5 and Home Office websites. In September 2010 the threat levels for Northern Ireland-related terrorism were also made available.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 5:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ah, here we go! So easy to boost this police state innit?

Fortress London: Huge armoured police vans dubbed 'The Guardians' patrol the capital's streets as number of armed officers is doubled after Westminster attack
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4345890/Fortress-London-Police -double-number-armed-officers.html?ito=social-facebook

By Richard Spillett, Crime Correspondent For Mailonline
12:46 BST 24 Mar 2017, updated 00:16 BST 25 Mar 2017

Security has been stepped up in the capital and around the UK after 50 were injured and four killed this week
Scotland Yards rolls out some of its armoured car fleet, which are designed to withstand bomb blasts
The Metropolitan Police says it is doubling the number of armed officers on patrol in the coming days
The death of an unarmed officer in the attack has raised concerns over security at UK landmarks
Heavy-duty armoured cars which can withstand bomb blasts and machine gun fire have been deployed on the streets of London in the wake of the Westminster terror attack.

Two of Scotland Yard's fleet of Jankel 'Guardian' vans were parked off Parliament Square today as the force announced a surge in number of armed officers.

The seven-tonne vehicles, which can cost more than £100,000, can carry eight offices and have bullet-proof tyres, a blast-resistant floor and can withstand bullets from AK47s, grenades and bombs.

The seven-tonne vehicles, which can cost more than £100,000, can carry eight offices and have bullet-proof tyres, a blast-resistant floor and can withstand bullets from AK47s, grenades and bombs
The seven-tonne vehicles, which can cost more than £100,000, can carry eight offices and have bullet-proof tyres, a blast-resistant floor and can withstand bullets from AK47s, grenades and bombs
Armoured vehicles guarded roads around Parliament Square in a show of force in the wake of Wednesday's terror attack
Armoured vehicles guarded roads around Parliament Square in a show of force in the wake of Wednesday's terror attack


It came as hundreds of extra firearms personnel were put on patrol around the country as forces mount a large-scale security operation following the outrage.

Scotland Yard head of counter-terrorism Mark Rowley said the service will sustain an 'enhanced' armed and unarmed presence over the next few days.

In London the number of armed officers remains at near double strength, while there are up to a third more on duty in other parts of the UK.

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Forces outside London have stepped up their firearms responses in light of the atrocity in the capital.

Essex Police has implemented additional armed patrols across the county, while West Yorkshire has implemented an 'uplift' in the capability of armed response vehicles.

Last year Scotland Yard announced plans to increase the number of firearms officers on hand to protect the capital by 600 in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks in November 2015

The gates through which terrorist Khalid Masood ran through after driving into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge
The gates through which terrorist Khalid Masood ran through after driving into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge
The Carriage Gates, branded a 'weak link' in security, were shut with armed police officers guarding Parliament
The Carriage Gates, branded a 'weak link' in security, were shut with armed police officers guarding Parliament
Armed officers patrol outside New Scotland Yard. The Met's Mark Rowley said there would be an 'enhanced armed presence'
Armed officers patrol outside New Scotland Yard. The Met's Mark Rowley said there would be an 'enhanced armed presence'
Met anti-terror head Mr Rowley said today: 'The police service will sustain an enhanced armed and unarmed presence over the next few days.

'London, and the UK, are open for business, and we are out there in greater numbers to make sure that the public see a highly visible presence to help reassure them as they go about their daily lives.

Met's 'Guardian' vans

The Jankel Guardian is based on a 4x4 Ford F-450 Super Duty truck.
It is equipped with a 6.0-litre V8 turbodiesel 129bhp 4,164cc diesel engine.
Bars on the front to punch through barricades.
It weighs 6,804kg.
7.62 calibre bullet protection.
Armour protection.
Bullet-proof glass and tyres.
Blast-resistant floor.
'In London the number of armed officers remains at near double strength, while in other parts of the UK there are up to a third more armed officers on duty.

Nationally the armed policing strength is being boosted by 1,500 personnel.

The most recent figures available showed there were 5,639 authorised firearms officers in forces across England and Wales as of the end of March last year.

This was a slight fall on the previous year and meant the number had dwindled by more than 1,000 in five years, but the figures did not include the major drive to boost the armed capacity.

Most police personnel in the UK are unarmed, setting the country apart from many other nations around the world.

But the question of whether officers should carry guns as a matter of course has been debated for decades, and the issue has come under scrutiny again after recent attacks in Europe.


Research has suggested the majority of police are opposed to any change in approach, but surveys of members of the public have proved less conclusive.

An armed officer alongside a soldier outside Buckingham Palace in the wake of the attacks on Wednesday
An armed officer alongside a soldier outside Buckingham Palace in the wake of the attacks on Wednesday
An armoured police vehicle with armed officers inside has been parked on Manchester's St Peter's Square
An armoured police vehicle with armed officers inside has been parked on Manchester's St Peter's Square


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 5:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ah, here we go! So easy to boost this police state innit?

Fortress London: Huge armoured police vans dubbed 'The Guardians' patrol the capital's streets as number of armed officers is doubled after Westminster attack
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4345890/Fortress-London-Police -double-number-armed-officers.html?ito=social-facebook

By Richard Spillett, Crime Correspondent For Mailonline
12:46 BST 24 Mar 2017, updated 00:16 BST 25 Mar 2017

Security has been stepped up in the capital and around the UK after 50 were injured and four killed this week
Scotland Yards rolls out some of its armoured car fleet, which are designed to withstand bomb blasts
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Two of Scotland Yard's fleet of Jankel 'Guardian' vans were parked off Parliament Square today as the force announced a surge in number of armed officers.

The seven-tonne vehicles, which can cost more than £100,000, can carry eight offices and have bullet-proof tyres, a blast-resistant floor and can withstand bullets from AK47s, grenades and bombs.

The seven-tonne vehicles, which can cost more than £100,000, can carry eight offices and have bullet-proof tyres, a blast-resistant floor and can withstand bullets from AK47s, grenades and bombs
The seven-tonne vehicles, which can cost more than £100,000, can carry eight offices and have bullet-proof tyres, a blast-resistant floor and can withstand bullets from AK47s, grenades and bombs
Armoured vehicles guarded roads around Parliament Square in a show of force in the wake of Wednesday's terror attack
Armoured vehicles guarded roads around Parliament Square in a show of force in the wake of Wednesday's terror attack


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The gates through which terrorist Khalid Masood ran through after driving into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge
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The Carriage Gates, branded a 'weak link' in security, were shut with armed police officers guarding Parliament
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Armed officers patrol outside New Scotland Yard. The Met's Mark Rowley said there would be an 'enhanced armed presence'
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Met anti-terror head Mr Rowley said today: 'The police service will sustain an enhanced armed and unarmed presence over the next few days.

'London, and the UK, are open for business, and we are out there in greater numbers to make sure that the public see a highly visible presence to help reassure them as they go about their daily lives.

Met's 'Guardian' vans

The Jankel Guardian is based on a 4x4 Ford F-450 Super Duty truck.
It is equipped with a 6.0-litre V8 turbodiesel 129bhp 4,164cc diesel engine.
Bars on the front to punch through barricades.
It weighs 6,804kg.
7.62 calibre bullet protection.
Armour protection.
Bullet-proof glass and tyres.
Blast-resistant floor.
'In London the number of armed officers remains at near double strength, while in other parts of the UK there are up to a third more armed officers on duty.

Nationally the armed policing strength is being boosted by 1,500 personnel.

The most recent figures available showed there were 5,639 authorised firearms officers in forces across England and Wales as of the end of March last year.

This was a slight fall on the previous year and meant the number had dwindled by more than 1,000 in five years, but the figures did not include the major drive to boost the armed capacity.

Most police personnel in the UK are unarmed, setting the country apart from many other nations around the world.

But the question of whether officers should carry guns as a matter of course has been debated for decades, and the issue has come under scrutiny again after recent attacks in Europe.


Research has suggested the majority of police are opposed to any change in approach, but surveys of members of the public have proved less conclusive.

An armed officer alongside a soldier outside Buckingham Palace in the wake of the attacks on Wednesday
An armed officer alongside a soldier outside Buckingham Palace in the wake of the attacks on Wednesday
An armoured police vehicle with armed officers inside has been parked on Manchester's St Peter's Square
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[UPDATED] Westminster "terror attack" investigation. Are we being lied to again?

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Same video with sound levels boosted

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Westminster Attack, a police state production? The Secret Truth 25 March 2017

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It's a put up job

Adrian Elms - aka. Khalid Masood
Violent, bodybuilding, career criminal
Born in Kent as Adrian Russell Ajao, known more commonly as Adrian Elms

1. Shoot to kill (Oswald, style);
2. Multiple 'killer car' occupants reported by police to BBC's Daniel Sandford;
3. Dead 'terrorist' is Muslim convert known to MI5 'radicalised' in prison, presumably by 'prevent strategy'
4. UK born & bred, not immigrant;
5. Though MI5 & police knew him to be a violent criminal & potential terrorist he was allowed to work as a schoolteacher;
6. The Houses of Parliament are surrounded by armed police - no way should alleged perp have been able to get through outer security ring - Parliament outer security ring recently 'dowgraded' to police with tasers but not guns
7. No CCTV syndrome (like 7/7 London Bombings etc. etc) Westminster CCTV recently switched off
8. UK's top security journalist, Simon Israel, initially released name of innocent man Abu Izzadeen as the perpetrator - Israel later apologised and retracted - being fed duff info by MI5 and transmitting said duff info without checking or questioning it.
9. Long term detention in Birmingham indicates Khalid Masood was not a 'lone wolf'.
10. Resident of & worker in ISIS funding, Wahhabi UK 'ally' Saudi Arabia

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LONDON ATTACK - FALSE FLAG
http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/london-attack-false-flag.html

There is evidence to suggest that Adrian Elms, the alleged London Attacker, was only pretending to be a Moslem.

There is a belief that Adrian Elms works for MI5.

'Terror' Attacker and MI5

Adrian Elms's mother is White Christian and his father may be from Nigeria.

Adrian Alms "became the only black lad in the Kentish National Front."

London terror attack


Anjem Choudary.

The Mail on Sunday reports that Adrian Elms, 52, used to visit a mosque frequented by Anjem Choudary.

dailymail.

Anjem Choudary 'WORKED FOR MI5'.

"Khalid Masood (Adrian Elms) enjoyed marathon sex sessions with prostitutes while high on drugs, his friends have claimed."

dailymail.


Rohey Hydara, from Gambia, who lived with Adrian Elms. She has two children.

Just before the London Attack, Rohey Hydara told friends that Adrian Elms, her partner, was about to move to Saudi Arabia.

London attacker told family he was flying to Saudi Arabia.

Adrian Elms may currently be in Saudi Arabia.

Rohey Hydara currently lives in a rented flat in east London.

"She has been completely cleared of any involvement in Adrian Elms's actions."

Rohey Hydara lived with Adrian Elms at three addresses in London and in Luton, since about 2010.

Anjem Choudhary lived in Luton.

In December 2010 Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly travelled from Luton to Stockholm.

Taimur was reportedly killed in a mysterious bomb explosion in Stockholm.



The Moslem 'terrorist' Taimur Abdulwahab (above) had a JEWISH GIRLFRIEND

It looks as if Adrian Elms is involved in Operation Gladio activities.


Fascism survived after 1945

OPERATION GLADIO has been well documented by historians.

It was the CIA chief Allen Dulles who devised the plan to set up secret Gladio forces across Europe.

Dulles, Sir Stewart Menzies (MI6) and the Belgian Premier Paul Henri Spaak were in on the plan.

A few years ago, CIA-NATO Gladio agent Vincezo Vinciguerra explained the Gladio "strategy of tension" in sworn testimony.

He said:

"You had to attack civilians, the people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game ... to force the Italian public, to turn to the state to ask for greater security.

"This is the political logic that lies behind all the massacres and the bombings which remain unpunished, because the state cannot convict itself or declare itself responsible for what happened."

NATO’s secret armies linked to terrorism



Above, we see the alleged London Attacker, after he was shot on 22 March 2017.

He has a fairly straight nose.



Above we see the alleged London Attacker Adrian Elms who has a concave, snub nose.
Adrian Elms's former best friend Mark Ashdown (above right) says: "We grew up together, partying all night - drink, drugs, sex, the lot."
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Above we see a March 2016 picture of the Norway Attacker 'Anders Breivik' with a narrow, straight (or concave) nose.

He has small ear lobes and relatively small chin.



The real Breivik (above) has big earlobes and a bulbous nose.



One of the people above is Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the 'mastermind' of the Friday 13th attack in Paris.

One of the people above (the one on the right) is an innocent gentleman living in Tel Aviv, in Israel.



Jake Bilardi was born in Australia in 1996.

When he became a teenager "he blew himself up in a suicide attack in Iraq in 2015."

It is believed that Jake was mind-controlled by the security services.

KIDS CONTROLLED BY SPOOKS.



Above we see Adrian Elms.

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The London Attack.



The BBC reported on the London attack as follows:
Were there two assailants behind attack?

The BBC's Daniel Sandford says eye-witness reports have referred to a "bald white man" and a "black man with goatee beard" in association with the incident.
It is possible, although he stresses this is not confirmed, that both may have been in the car when it was driven at "high speed" down Westminster Bridge - knocking down an estimated eight people.
London attack

Some photos taken after the attack in London.
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The police issued the above picture of Adrian Elms, the alleged London Attacker.

He has a CONCAVE nose.



The above photo of the London Attacker shows someone with a straighter nose.


The 'London Attacker' at Huntley School for Boys in Tunbridge Wells in Kent.

The 'London Attacker', Adrian Elms, has been described by a former friend at school as being a 'clever, normal guy' who 'liked girls and fags.'

The former friend says Adrian was 'one of the lads', who played football and rugby for their school -Huntleys School for Boys in Tunbridge Wells.

Adrian had had a tracheotomy operation at some point, leaving him with a scar on his neck.

The former friend said Adrian never showed any kind of religious zealotry, and was 'one of the clever ones'.

In his school football kit: 'London terror attacker' Adrian



The police claim that the London Attacker (above) is Adrian Elms.

52-year-old Adrian Elms was born a Christian, in Erith, near Dartford in Kent.

Adrian Elms was brought up in a £300,000 house in Rye, in East Sussex.

Adrian Elms was born to a 17-year-old single mother, Janet Elms.

Just under two years after the birth, Janet Elms married Phillip Ajao.

Phillip Ajao currently lives in Banbury, Oxfordshire, and runs a number of florists and fabrics companies.

Janet Elms currently lives in rural west Wales in a home said to be worth half a million pounds.

dailymail. / English teacher


'MIND CONTROLLED'. / MIND CONTROLLED KILLERS - SIS AND CIA.

Adrian Elms was jailed in 2003, and sent to Lewes jail in East Sussex.

Kent-schoolboy-adrian-elms

There is a belief that Adrian Elms was mind controlled by MI5.

Adrian Elm's Birmingham neighbour Anna Goras says that Adrian Elms has a 'split personality'.

English teacher

This can be a sign of having been mind controlled.


Above left, we see Joe Dixon of ISIS. Joe's mother' Sally Jones is from Chatham in Kent.
BRIT ISIS BOMBER.

In 2003, Adrian Elms was jailed.

In 2005 Adrian Elms was teaching workers at the General Authority of Civil Aviation, in Saudi Arabia.

Adrian Elms joined a college in Luton as a 'senior English teacher', supervising seven other staff.

In 2012, Adrian Elms set up his own English language tutoring business in Birmingham.

English teacher


Jack Letts, aka Jihadi Jack, mind controlled by the security services. KIDS CONTROLLED BY SPOOKS.

Adrian Elms has 'a body-double' called Trevor Brooks, who was originally accused of being the London attacker.


Trevor Brooks.

Adrian Elms lived for more than two years until 2013 in Luton.

A former neighbour says Elms was a 'polite, shy' and 'quite portly man', whom she often saw gardening at the front of his property and playing with his children.

Adrian Elms.



SUMMARY

1. The main GATE into the grounds of parliament was left open and reportedly nobody was guarding the gate.

2. Multiple sources say that there were TWO assailants in the vehicle on Westminster Bridge.

A BBC reporter says a witness described the two assailants as being a 'bald white man' and another man.

London Attack .

3. There was a practice DRILL in London on 19th March 2017.

4. The CCTV cameras for Westminster were reported to have been taken off-line.

London Attack .

4. The man originally alleged to be the main attacker, Trevor Brooks, has links to MI6.

5. The UK Prime Minister has said that Adrian Elms was known to the police and intelligence services.

Adrian Elms is also known as Khalid Masood.



(Updates further down the page)

On 22 March 2017, "a terror attacker brought carnage to central London."

dailymail

The attack comes a year to the day after the 22 March 2016 terrorist attack in Brussels.

BRUSSELS; MOSSAD CIA FALSE FLAG INSIDE-JOBS; GLADIO.

On 19 March 2017, there was a terror drill in London.

"Hundreds of armed police in speedboats zoomed down the river Thames today as part of major anti-terrorist drill in London."

The drill involved specialist officers clad in black uniforms and toting machine guns, the London Ambulance Service, London Fire Brigade and the RNLI.

dailymail.

On 22 March 2017, more than 12 people are said to have been hit by a vehicle on Westmister Bridge after a 4x4 drove into pedestrians and cyclists before crashing into the gates of Parliament.


The alleged Asian attacker.

"An intruder, described by a witness as 'middle-aged and Asian', then managed to break into the grounds of the Parliament and stabbed a police officer before he was shot."

dailymail

Westminster Bridge is close to the HQ of MI6.


Terror drill in London 19 March 2017.

On 19th March 2017, the terror drill in London involved the River Thames.

On 22 March 2017, a woman was pulled from the River Thames alive after the attack on Westminster bridge near Britain's parliament.

Woman pulled alive from River Thames after London attack

The French prime minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, confirmed that a group of French students from Concarneau were among those injured in the 22 March 2017 London attack.[9][16]

The students were said to be aged 15-16.[9]

The acting Metropolitan Police Service commissioner Craig Mackey was a witness to the London Attack on 22 March 2017.



There was more than one attacker.

"The BBC understands from multiple sources that two assailants were in the vehicle on Westminster Bridge," BBC correspondent Dominic Casciani said on Twitter.

Police still seeking one assailant in London attack: report.


'The dead attacker', 22 March 2017.

The 'dead' attacker in the 22 March 2017 attack in London was said to be Trevor Brooks, from Hackney in London.


Trevor Brooks, who is supposed to be still in jail.

British-born Trevor Brooks calls himself Abu Izzadeen.

Trevor Brooks supports ISIS, which is said to be run by the CIA and its friends.

A producer working for the US news network ABC said she had spoken to Izzadeen's solicitor, who "confirms to me that he is still in jail and could not have been the attacker".

Abu Izzadeen: London attack suspect 'named'

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The attack vehicle above. "The BBC understands from multiple sources that there were two assailants in the vehicle on Westminster Bridge," BBC correspondent Dominic Casciani said on Twitter. Police still seeking one assailant in London attack: report.

Some reports from media outlets accused Abu Izzadeen, born Trevor Brooks, as being the 'dead' attacker.

Anonymous comments:

On 14th November 2015, Trevor Brooks, and a friend, acted in breach of their probation by travelling abroad without telling anyone.

The friend's brother is a British Army member, while his father is British RAF.

Trevor Brooks was born a Christian, in Hackney.


Yasmin, the pole dancer, and daughter of Omar Bakri Mohammed.
Trevor Brooks was the bodyguard for Omar Bakri Mohammed, who was involved in the Muslim Brotherhood, which reportedly is run by MI6.

Omar Bakri Mohammed helped develop the 'Al Muhajiroun' organisation in the UK.

Former Justice Dept. prosecutor and Terror expert John Loftus revealed that the so called Al-Muhajiroun group were recruited by MI6 to fight in Kosovo.

DANGEROUS IMMIGRANTS; DANGEROUS MOSLEMS? / Abu Izzadeen aka Trevor Brooks


3/22 is a Satanic holiday.

Anonymous comments:

"Six days ago the media ran a story on the secret code word officials would use to inform each other of the Queens death.

"The code word was 'London bridge is down'.

"Was this a bogus story to implant the psyop of an imminent attack involving a London bridge OR even to inform those in the know a false flag event was about to go live?"



Why was the main gate into the grounds of parliament left open and why was nobody guarding the gate?

There are claims that no-one was on duty on the gate when the attacker entered.

At least four staff are usually stationed at all the gates, two outside and two inside.

How one open gate let knife man in to kill.



A BBC reporter says a witness of the London attack described the two assailants as being a 'bald white man' and another man.

London Attack .

The CCTV cameras for Westminster were reported to have been taken off-line.

London Attack .

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Police still seeking one assailant in London attack -report
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Police are still searching for one of the two people believed to have launched Wednesday's attack outside the British parliament building, assistant editor of the Daily Telegraph newspaper Christopher Hope tweeted, citing senior government sources.
A BBC journalist said two assailants were believed to have been in a vehicle involved in the attack.
"BBC understands from multiple sources two assailants in vehicle on Westminster Bridge," BBC correspondent Dominic Casciani said on Twitter.

(Reporting by Alistair Smout; editing by Stephen Addison)

Charles Shoebridge pointed out BBC doing a lot of deleting of their own reports that contradict official stories
https://www.twitter.com/ShoebridgeC/status/850463242791026688



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A Dozen Irrefutable Proofs that Westminster Attack Was a False Flag
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Introduction

Another day, another shooting, stabbing or other terror attack…

Post-9/11, numerous headline-making, high-profile violent incidents in America, Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, and Norway were automatically called terrorist attacks.

Or were they state-sponsored false flags?

The incident’s high-profile nature, capturing world headlines, creates obvious suspicions about whether what occurred may have been other than what’s reported – especially given numerous false flags in Western cities in recent years.

False Flag

A false flag operation is a covert operation “an operation that is so planned and executed as to conceal the identity of or permit plausible denial by the perpetrator.” They are designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities.

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https://drnaumanshad.wordpress.com/2013/04/16/false-flag-operations-2/

Following are a dozen or so points that cannot be denied proving that this was probably another false flag operation:

1. The Drill

Remember terror drills are a routine part of false flag operations:

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“Hundreds of armed police in speedboats zoomed down the river Thames today as part of major anti-terrorist drill in London.” – Just a few days before on 19th March, 2017.

More than 200 armed police have practiced their response to a terrorist attack on a Thames “pleasure boat” in the first drill of its kind on London’s main river.

A sightseeing ship became the scene of a fierce mock gun battle between armed officers and police posing as terrorists shortly after 11am on Sunday.

The exercise, close to the London Docklands area, marks the first time the Metropolitan police have staged a live, waterborne exercise like this.

Armed officers boarded the ship in a hail of gunfire just over two hours after five officers posing as armed terrorists hijacked the vessel. At least one “body”, played by a volunteer, was thrown overboard.

The Met, the Port of London Authority, London Coastguard, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), London ambulance service and London fire brigade took part in the exercise aimed at testing the effectiveness of emergency rescue.

2. The Speeding Attacker(s)

The ONE thing that looks really odd is that the attacker was able to drive AT SPEED over Westminster Bridge and mow down pedestrians.

It is a VERY busy bridge – why was it empty enough for anyone to drive at speed at that hour??? It should have been jam packed with traffic – you would be lucky to do 10mph! If one looks at the pictures afterwards, there are several buses and cars stopped on the South bound lane … but almost nothing stopped on the North bound lane used by the attacker, that lane is almost empty”

3. Lack or Absence of Security

The main GATE into the grounds of parliament was left open and reportedly nobody was guarding the gate.

Normally these gates are always kept shut.

Why was the main gate into the grounds of parliament left open and why was nobody guarding the gate?

There are claims that no-one was on duty on the gate when the attacker entered.

That place is a fortress. There is no way anyone could get into that area. There are armed guards at every entrance. At least four staff are usually stationed at all the gates, two outside and two inside. How did he get inside those gates? No one can enter that region.

How could he knife down a constable?

This was probably staged to make it appear that he was going after the Prime Minister.

Deviations from standard operating procedures are always a huge red flag.

How could you get out of an SUV and approach a guard with a knife without getting shot FIRST after crashing a gate in a place like that?

Why so slow to react? Why caught off guard despite the drills a few days before?

Police is located within the vicinity and did nothing to stop the suspicious, abnormal driving.

Police officer who was attacked did not have a gun! With all this talk about the police officer not having a gun it makes me think that arming the police might be one endgame to this?

4. The Non-Functional Numerous CCTVs

London has more CCTV per square mile than any city, so where’s the footage of this incident?

‘Possibly CCTV videos are for limited audience only, for the average person films are from Hollywood and fake news is from mass media!’

The CCTV cameras for Westminster were reported to have been taken off-line.

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CCTV offline? Again? SAME OLD SAME OLD STORY, JUST LIKE LONDON 7/7 UNDERGROUND BOMBINGS. CCTV onboard buses also offline then and same Isareli Company who ran 911 airport security, ran London bus CCTV during attack:

http://www.drnaumanshad.wordpress.com/2015/07/05/77-london-bombings-we re-an-inside-job/

5. No Ambulances or Para-Medics Immediately Available

Moreover, for all the purportedly injured people about, for instance, on the bridge, why are there no ambulances found?

https://youtube.com/watch?v=Ue22mVW5h-s

This Video’s camera swing around footage & brief wide angle shots & wide pan reveals that numerous ambulances are staged right at the end of the bridge!! Yet the on the Thames bridge & even next to the staging area no emergency medical staff are present to help the (Hoax!) Victims!

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Yet only Dirty drill cops & fake cops & crisis actor Civilians are hoax treating the Victims! This completely 1 billion percent proves this a complete disgraceful hoax by the treasonous murderous Zionist parasite occupied British government & the Zionist run media!

6. Identity & Number of Assailants

Where is the other assailant? Witnesses recall two assailants..

The BBC’s Daniel Sandford says eye-witness reports have referred to a “bald white man” and a “black man with goatee beard” in association with the incident.

It is possible, although he stresses this is not confirmed, that both may have been in the car when it was driven at “high speed” down Westminster Bridge – knocking down an estimated eight people.

We have two ‘Muslim’ terrorists, who have no doubt been in several meetings with their controllers, discussing this attack, it has all been planned down to the last detail, the ‘terrorists’ supposedly travel from Essex to Westminster – right on the doorstep of Parliament.

‘One passenger runs off and disappears into thin air while the other jumps out of the car and runs into Parliament brandishing a knife and killing a ‘policeman’ on duty??

Who was the person accompanying the assailant? Zionist agent forcing assailant under duress?

There were first news of the assailant being a Mr. Abu Izzadeen but later identity of killed assailant was given as Khalid Masood.

The man originally alleged to be the main attacker, Trevor Brooks aka Abu Izzadeen, has links to MI6.

The media found out they made a blunder and that Abu Izzadeen was alive in jail. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/abu-izzadeen-brother-mi staken-london-attacker-alive-still-in-prison-a7644661.html

The UK Prime Minister has said that Adrian Elms aka Khalid Masood was known to the police and intelligence services. If he was well-known to the police, then what was he doing roaming free, to help them in a future false flag?

7. Video Footage

Remarkable is it not that people unknown just happened to be filming at just the right moment?

Remarkable is the highly elevated position of the camera … not a building which leaves a helicopter or a plane.

Where was the camera located???

Is it a real or ‘ghost’ car produced by camera trick in respect to the amount of rush normally on this bridge as mentioned above?


The footage of the car on the bridge was first released on the Twitter account of Dominic Casciani, BBC Home Affairs Correspondent. Since removed.

8. The Girl Under the Bus

The person is not injured or run over. It’s just for shock effect, nothing else, meant to manipulate public consciousness. One can’t understand how you can go under 2 wheels of a double decker bus (note iconic London symbol) and just look like you’ve climbed under there to lie down.

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9. The Bleeding Woman

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That’s fake blood, not real blood, make no mistake. If she was bleeding out that bad, she wouldn’t be staring at the camera. She would be in shock, period.

This woman, despite being potentially ‘mortally wounded,’ is taking time to look directly into the camera.

10. The Shot Assailant: Lack of Blood

While in some places there are pools of blood, in other places there is a lack of it. It was said to be a gruesome, bloody scene (as shown earlier but with fake blood), but there is no real blood anywhere, including on the knife.

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Where are the bullet wounds? How is he dead? Where is all the blood?

Maybe that is why they always kill him or get him killed: So that the alleged perpetrator isn’t alive to explain what really happened.

11. The Journalist Actor

“And after that we had to panic and try to call the police”

What does he mean ‘We had to panic’? Why not simply state ‘We panicked’


It seems a give-away of being a crisis actor. Notice the attention-seeking journalist asking questions. Who the hell writes anything with a pen and paper anymore? Where is her phone to record video or audio?

12. The Skull and Bones Society

The incidence occurred on 3/22 (March 22) 2017, exactly a year after the Brussels false flag on same day last year.

322 is a sacred number of one of global elites secret society called skull and bones. Many past US presidents are supposedly members of this society.

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The Motives of the False Flag

Who benefits from a increase in terror? Migrants? Immigrants? The 3rd World? Or the NEW WORLD ORDER?

As was asked in the pre 2012 era of conspiracy research, cui bo·no? Or…who benefits?

Perhaps 2012 brought neither the end of the world nor a collective shift in consciousness but rather a new reality in which official stories are more believable to the masses. What is the cause? What is the agenda?

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Recall that false flag attacks are psychological warfare operations targeting the minds of the masses. Real or fabricated events can be used to further an agenda or maintain an illusory narrative. The world needs to believe in the “boogieman” terrorist. As such, the propaganda media need only label an event “a terrorist attack” to reinforce the agenda.

People are now becoming more and more aware of false flag attacks:

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The bottom line here is that whenever and wherever a terror event is carried out, there are very specific goals to be accomplished by the true perpetrators. The perpetrators typically include CIA, MI6, MOSSAD, DGSE and GID. This means that the Muslim and/or Arab patsies who are arrested for the crimes are merely planting their Middle Eastern false flags at the crime scene. That’s not to say they didn’t do the crime, only that they were sent in to do it by their handlers at a specific time and place.

Like all false flag operations, the Westminster Bridge terror attack has various goals which are seemingly unrelated. Here are some of the possible objectives of this false flag:

1. Disrupt Brexit Debate/ Vote on Leaving European Union

Attack stopped parliament from voting on leaving the EU. It’s highly likely, that this is a false flag with sinister background.

The Prime Minister knows that there is a festering discontent among the manipulated Bremain (opposite of Brexit) minority that wanted to stay in the European Union; although much smaller than the Brexit majority, they have been very vocal in this dismay. In fact, only the County of London voted against Brexit throughout all of England proper (See map below.).

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In the wake of the London attacks, there is likely to be very little resistance going forward to finalizing Brexit. That the terror attacks were executed so close to both “Houses of Parliament” well demonstrated how very vulnerable the MPs and government officials really are.
If the enemies of Brexit can disable Parliament for a critical few days next week, could they stop the article being triggered? Is this attack just the opening shot in a wider terrorist campaign to cause such a critically timed disruption?

2. Strike Fear-Islamophobia

Post-9/11, numerous headline-making, high-profile violent incidents in America, Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, and Norway were automatically called terrorist attacks.

Or were they state-sponsored false flags perpetrated to hype fear? Hysteria replaced reason. Innocent patsies were falsely blamed – part of a diabolical plot to advance interests harming millions domestically and abroad.

Crackdowns on freedom replaced rule of law protections. Imperial wars were launched, ongoing in multiple theaters, Muslims demonized as a convenient enemy of choice.

Hyped fear continues gripping Europe and America, heightened by Wednesday’s London attack, 200 meters from Parliament Square.

A virtual state of emergency exists in central London, plans to extend it city-wide, perhaps to be followed in other European cities beyond repressive measures already in place.

3. Enforce Anti-Islam Attitude

Attitude of EU governments & courts toward Islam & Muslims is changing very swiftly & big moves are already underway. This was seen concretely in the recent EU Court decision that businesses may ban women from wearing Muslim religious veils at work.

A new framework is evolving, with key ideas that:

‘European values’ means Europe needs to stop victims such as children & women being abused by religious fundamentalists of any kind
— In short, the Muslim woman’s veil, is intrinsically a reminder that some percentage of those women are being coerced, beaten, threatened, forced into wearing such veils
Countries like Hungary, Czechia, Poland & Slovakia, are making it clear that they are ready to follow Britain & exit the EU rather than accept increasing Islamist presence in their countries, this is under intensive discussion in EU corridors
EU citizens are discontent with issues related to Muslims, has become anger at the EU itself … approximately a third of EU voters in some countries, are showing significant anti-Islamisation tendencies in their voting
Donald Trump’s USA administration has made it clear he is not interested in assisting Europe’s internal difficulties & is even downplaying NATO, also cleverly asking Europeans to at last pay full price per the NATO agreements if they want to keep it … Trump seems ready to let the euro currency or EU fall apart … Trump sees Islam-tied terrorism in Europe as resulting in part from Europe’s own stupid policies … hence EU leaders are thinking & moving in new directions re Islam, as a matter of EU survival
4. Positively Enforce ISIS Propaganda

The terror group ISIS later claimed the attacker as one of their own, saying he was a “soldier of the caliphate”. This is more slander by the Zionists against the Islamic faith.

Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said that while in the past few years the Islamist group has called on would-be jihadis to attack police and the military, their plots are now broader “plans to attack Western lifestyle”.

‘The UK is facing the threat of “enormous and spectacular attacks” by Islamic State (IS) as the extremist group aims to wage war on Western lifestyles, the national head of counter-terrorism has warned.’

5. Divert World Attention from Grave Atrocities being Committed in Iraq, Syria, Yemen & Burma

These countries are facing a lot of atrocities especially these days in Iraq, Yemen and Burma. Poor little Yemeni Children are being born with Deformities after the Arch Saudi Abominators and their Wicked Zionist allies let off uranium enriched cluster bombs.

6. Preclude to Coming Economic Collapse

The global elites know full well that the Global Economic & Financial System is on the verge of collapse and that the banksters in London are the primary culprits. Hence, they feel compelled to put into place all of the controls and safeguards, laws and technology necessary to preclude a replay of the French Revolution … … … in London

There may be many other known or unknown motives behind this false flag (GCHQ scandal), some of which have been mentioned in earlier blogs like this one:

http://www.drnaumanshad.wordpress.com/2015/11/15/isis-syria-the-paris- false-flag-attacks/

References

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/mar/19/massive-anti-terrorism -drill-on-thames-cruise-ship

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2 assailants; bloodless knives, no CCTV/armed police, EDL present: Westminster Attack investigation

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London Hoax/False Flag - One Nation, Under Surveillance, Except Parliament/Big Ben

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London - Amazing a city practically under 24/7 CCTV surveillance, (except the most vulnerable area of the entire city), since 6/1/2016.

The 3/22 Hoax/False Flag - One Nation, Under Surveillance, Except the most vulnerable, terrorist potential/government Center of the city?

To save 2 million, or 1 million pounds (depending on the report you read) Westminster (Central London) decided to "turn off" their surveillance cameras since last June '16.

Apparently the cost (a rounding error for a municipality such as the city of London/Westminster) was too high, and the terror-target didn't need CCTV *(unlike the rest of the entire country).

I was surprised to hear the price for the huge Orwellian surveillance apparent near Westminster were so low.

This appears to be a "White House Shooter" level mid-level psyop in order to increase security and surveillance near "sensitive" areas of London (Parliament).

Apparently the Borus Buses which traversed the bridge at the same time don't have working video cameras on them? Most Double decker buses in London should have very good CCTV footage, not grainy bullcrap.

In fact, it is amazing how grainy, and bad the "only CCTV footage" we get to see is, now isn't it?

The people interviewed were mainly foreigners.. Almost none of them spoke fluent British English - and while London does have a huge immigrant population, I find this suspicious.

Anyway.. Westminster turning their CCTV off before this event happened is enough proof for me... The sign on the sidewalk warning of street repairs not being hit also is a big red flag for me.

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Ex-cyber security chief says Government is 'using' Westminster attack to grab unnecessary spying powers
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/westminster-attack-amber -rudd-whatsapp-major-general-jonathan-shaw-a7651466.html

Major General Jonathan Shaw said decrypting social media messages would see terrorists use other secure methods to communicate

Joe Watts Political Editor @JoeWatts_ Monday 27 March 2017 07:21 BST

The Ministry of Defence’s former cyber security chief has accused the Government of trying to “use” the devastating Westminster attack to grab unnecessary and intrusive surveillance powers.

Major General Jonathan Shaw said ministers were attempting to “use the moment” to push for security services having more control, despite there being only a weak case for it.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has turned up the heat on internet firms, saying it is “completely unacceptable” that authorities cannot look at encrypted social media messages of attacker Khalid Masood, but her words come as debate continues over allowing spy agencies further intrusive powers – only last year Parliament granted them sweeping new capabilities.

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Government must be able to spy on Whatsapp users, Home Secretary says

After Ms Rudd demanded access to encrypted messages on sites like WhatsApp, Major General Shaw said unlocking the data would also allow other parties – like criminals and foreign spies – to access it, and said legislating for such a move would not necessarily make it easier to stop future terror attacks.

Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, he said: “I think there’s a lot of politics at play here.

“There’s a debate in Parliament about the whole Snooper’s Charter and the rights of the state and I think what they are trying to do is use this moment to nudge the debate more in their line.”

Major General Shaw argued that if the Government does push through laws to decode messages on sites like WhatsApp, terrorists would quickly use other secure methods of communicating.

Amber Rudd says WhatsApp's encryption of messaging may come to an end after Westminster terror attack
He added: “The problem will mutate and move on. We are aiming at a very fluid environment here. We are in real trouble if we apply blunt weapons to this, absolutist solutions.”

Ms Rudd said on Sunday that there must be “no place for terrorists to hide”, following reports that the Westminster attacker Masood was on chat platform WhatsApp before his deadly assault on the streets surrounding Parliament.

Speaking on The Andrew Marr Show, she said: “We need to make sure organisations like WhatsApp, and there are plenty of others like that, don’t provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other.

“In this situation we need to make sure our intelligence services have the ability to get into situations like encrypted WhatsApp.”

She hinted that the Government could be prepared to create new laws on the matter, and speaking to Sky News later said: “I’m calling time on terrorists using social media as their platform…I’m giving them more than a ticking off.”

But Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told ITV’s Peston on Sunday he did not necessarily back Ms Rudd’s proposal for greater access for security services.

He said: “There is a question of always balancing the right to know, the need to know with the right to privacy.

“I think it probably is [broadly right at the moment]. I’ve been concerned about giving too much unaccountable power to anybody in our society.”

Westminster attack: Londoners share messages of unity
The Investigatory Powers Act gained Royal Assent last year, granting new surveillance powers to agencies including rules that force internet providers to keep complete records of every website that all of their customers visit.

Those are available to a wide range of agencies, which includes the Department for Work and Pensions as well as the Food Standards Agency.

Surveillance agencies can also force companies to help hack into phones and to collect more information than ever before on anyone in Britain.


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Khalid Masood, ‘Abu Izzadeen’ & Continuing Oddities in the Westminster Attack Narrative…
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Just to clear, again: I didn’t suggest that what happened in Westminster wasn’t a ‘terrorist’ attack involving a real psycho jihadi.
Some people *are* calling it a hoax involving fake footage and crisis actors, but I specifically said in that first post that this probably was or could’ve been a genuine ‘IS-inspired’ psycho attack.

But there appears to be a lot of misunderstanding about what the term ‘false-flag attack’ means. Again, it doesn’t mean there wasn’t an attack or that real ‘jihadis’ weren’t involved: rather, it refers to state-enabled or state-sponsored operations involving patsies or assets.

Now that we have an identity for the attacker, the named suspect does bear some of the common hallmarks of an asset or patsy involved with intelligence operations. One of these hallmarks is the number of aliases and names attributed to him, which makes it difficult to ascertain his ‘genuine’ identity. Aside from Khalid Masood, he is reported to have gone by the names Adrian Russell, Adrian Russell Ajao, Khalid Choudry and Adrian Elms.

And he has lived all over the place, including Luton, Forest Gate, Birmingham, Sussex, and Tunbridge Wells. Although he is reported to have a criminal record going back to the 80s, including knife crime, he also appears to have been raised in East Sussex in a $300,000 house (hardly the jihadi ghetto).

And we’re told, of course, that he was on the radar of MI5 – though not specifically for anything terrorism-related.

We are also told that he acted alone; though, as Scott Creighton points out on the Wily Loman blog, this raises the question of why people associated with him are being arrested. He says, ‘They say he acted alone with no direct connection to either “ISIS” or al CIAduh but in spite of that there have already been 10 arrests made in connection with this event after a string of raids all across Birmingham. If he acted alone, why are they arresting people they associate with him?’

He also raises the question of why there is only very sketchy photographic record being provided of Khalid Masood, when there should be plenty to go on, according to the official story.

There is also still the curious question of why Channel 4 and others pointed to the extremist preacher/caricature Abu Izzadeen (Trevor Brooks) as the perpetrator of the Westminster attack.

Scott also highlights the fact that the suspect shown being treated on the stretcher looks a lot like Abu Izzadeen. The comparison photo here is borrowed directly from the Willy Loman post.

I also want to point people to an extremely interesting observation also made on the Wily Loman blog, highlighting something that I had been completely unaware of (also a hat-tip to Wall of Controversy for pointing me to it): specifically, that a number of prisoners related to terrorism offenses appear to have been released from jail in September (coincidentally, around the same time the decision was made to switch off the CCTV for Westminster).

I’ll quote here from the 23/3 posting. ‘Almost immediately after the attack, an online news service ran a story about how 70+ prisoners were released in Sept. of last year. They did not mention Trevor Brooks but they did say specifically that they released people convicted of terrorism related offenses who had been sentenced to terms of 4 years or less. Trevor of course had been sentenced to two… The article that I just referenced about them releasing 72 or so prisoners that was clearly posted yesterday because I wrote about it and linked to it yesterday, today has a stamp on it that says it was written today, the 23rd of March…’

He continues, ‘When I re-read that article, it seems they added something that I don’t remember being in it the first time: “Offenders given sentences of around four years will have been found guilty of offences like hate preaching and inciting people to support brutal regimes such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda”… The Express article is the only one I can find that mentions this purge of terrorists back in Sept. so I am very suspicious of it’s validity. Also the fact that it appeared just as there were issues with “Abu’s” incarceration leads one to wonder about the convenient timing of it all.’

Here’s the Express article.

I’m not sure I can come to any confident conclusion concerning this very strange muddle. But I find it very odd that the person (Abu Izzadeen/Trevor Brooks) that Channel 4 ‘mistakenly’ blamed for the attack just happens to resemble the person pictured on the stretcher – despite the fact that the official perpetrator is now someone else entirely.

I also tend to wonder if, alternatively, the individual on the stretcher was *made to look like* Abu Izzadeen on purpose, according to an original plan: but then the official story was changed for some reason, leaving us with this very odd narrative.

Either way, something doesn’t really add up here. Again, before anyone gets angry: I’m only asking questions, not making statements.

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Registration number of Hyundai hire car which was crashed in the incident

EX66 RWO
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Car used in Westminster slaughter registered in Chelmsford 'but rented from Birmingham'
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The grey Hyundai i40, registration plate EX66 RWO, mounted the pavement and slammed into the black railings outside Westminster Palace on Wednesday afternoon.

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The myth of the ‘lone wolf’ terrorist
In recent years, references to such attacks have become inescapable. But this lazy term obscures the real nature of the threat against us
https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/mar/30/myth-lone-wolf-terrorist

by Jason Burke

Thursday 30 March 2017 08.23 BST
At around 8pm on Sunday 29 January, a young man walked into a mosque in the Sainte-Foy neighbourhood of Quebec City and opened fire on worshippers with a 9mm handgun. The imam had just finished leading the congregation in prayer when the intruder started shooting at them. He killed six and injured 19 more. The dead included an IT specialist employed by the city council, a grocer, and a science professor.

The suspect, Alexandre Bissonnette, a 27-year-old student, has been charged with six counts of murder, though not terrorism. Within hours of the attack, Ralph Goodale, the Canadian minister for public safety, described the killer as “a lone wolf”. His statement was rapidly picked up by the world’s media.

Goodale’s statement came as no surprise. In early 2017, well into the second decade of the most intense wave of international terrorism since the 1970s, the lone wolf has, for many observers, come to represent the most urgent security threat faced by the west. The term, which describes an individual actor who strikes alone and is not affiliated with any larger group, is now widely used by politicians, journalists, security officials and the general public. It is used for Islamic militant attackers and, as the shooting in Quebec shows, for killers with other ideological motivations. Within hours of the news breaking of an attack on pedestrians and a policeman in central London last week, it was used to describe the 52-year-old British convert responsible. Yet few beyond the esoteric world of terrorism analysis appear to give this almost ubiquitous term much thought.

Terrorism has changed dramatically in recent years. Attacks by groups with defined chains of command have become rarer, as the prevalence of terrorist networks, autonomous cells, and, in rare cases, individuals, has grown. This evolution has prompted a search for a new vocabulary, as it should. The label that seems to have been decided on is “lone wolves”. They are, we have been repeatedly told, “Terror enemy No 1”.

Yet using the term as liberally as we do is a mistake. Labels frame the way we see the world, and thus influence attitudes and eventually policies. Using the wrong words to describe problems that we need to understand distorts public perceptions, as well as the decisions taken by our leaders. Lazy talk of “lone wolves” obscures the real nature of the threat against us, and makes us all less safe.

The image of the lone wolf who splits from the pack has been a staple of popular culture since the 19th century, cropping up in stories about empire and exploration from British India to the wild west. From 1914 onwards, the term was popularised by a bestselling series of crime novels and films centred upon a criminal-turned-good-guy nicknamed Lone Wolf. Around that time, it also began to appear in US law enforcement circles and newspapers. In April 1925, the New York Times reported on a man who “assumed the title of ‘Lone Wolf’”, who terrorised women in a Boston apartment building. But it would be many decades before the term came to be associated with terrorism.

In the 1960s and 1970s, waves of rightwing and leftwing terrorism struck the US and western Europe. It was often hard to tell who was responsible: hierarchical groups, diffuse networks or individuals effectively operating alone. Still, the majority of actors belonged to organisations modelled on existing military or revolutionary groups. Lone actors were seen as eccentric oddities, not as the primary threat.

The modern concept of lone-wolf terrorism was developed by rightwing extremists in the US. In 1983, at a time when far-right organisations were coming under immense pressure from the FBI, a white nationalist named Louis Beam published a manifesto that called for “leaderless resistance” to the US government. Beam, who was a member of both the Ku Klux Klan and the Aryan Nations group, was not the first extremist to elaborate the strategy, but he is one of the best known. He told his followers that only a movement based on “very small or even one-man cells of resistance … could combat the most powerful government on earth”.

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Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh leaves court, 1995. Photograph: David Longstreath/AP
Experts still argue over how much impact the thinking of Beam and other like-minded white supremacists had on rightwing extremists in the US. Timothy McVeigh, who killed 168 people with a bomb directed at a government office in Oklahoma City in 1995, is sometimes cited as an example of someone inspired by their ideas. But McVeigh had told others of his plans, had an accomplice, and had been involved for many years with rightwing militia groups. McVeigh may have thought of himself as a lone wolf, but he was not one.

One far-right figure who made explicit use of the term lone wolf was Tom Metzger, the leader of White Aryan Resistance, a group based in Indiana. Metzger is thought to have authored, or at least published on his website, a call to arms entitled “Laws for the Lone Wolf”. “I am preparing for the coming War. I am ready when the line is crossed … I am the underground Insurgent fighter and independent. I am in your neighborhoods, schools, police departments, bars, coffee shops, malls, etc. I am, The Lone Wolf!,” it reads.

From the mid-1990s onwards, as Metzger’s ideas began to spread, the number of hate crimes committed by self-styled “leaderless” rightwing extremists rose. In 1998, the FBI launched Operation Lone Wolf against a small group of white supremacists on the US west coast. A year later, Alex Curtis, a young, influential rightwing extremist and protege of Metzger, told his hundreds of followers in an email that “lone wolves who are smart and commit to action in a cold-mannered way can accomplish virtually any task before them ... We are already too far along to try to educate the white masses and we cannot worry about [their] reaction to lone wolf/small cell strikes.”

The same year, the New York Times published a long article on the new threat headlined “New Face of Terror Crimes: ‘Lone Wolf’ Weaned on Hate”. This seems to have been the moment when the idea of terrorist “lone wolves” began to migrate from rightwing extremist circles, and the law enforcement officials monitoring them, to the mainstream. In court on charges of hate crimes in 2000, Curtis was described by prosecutors as an advocate of lone-wolf terrorism.

When, more than a decade later, the term finally became a part of the everyday vocabulary of millions of people, it was in a dramatically different context.

After 9/11, lone-wolf terrorism suddenly seemed like a distraction from more serious threats. The 19 men who carried out the attacks were jihadis who had been hand picked, trained, equipped and funded by Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaida, and a small group of close associates.

Although 9/11 was far from a typical terrorist attack, it quickly came to dominate thinking about the threat from Islamic militants. Security services built up organograms of terrorist groups. Analysts focused on individual terrorists only insofar as they were connected to bigger entities. Personal relations – particularly friendships based on shared ambitions and battlefield experiences, as well as tribal or familial links – were mistaken for institutional ones, formally connecting individuals to organisations and placing them under a chain of command.

As the 2000s drew to a close, attacks perpetrated by people who seemed to be acting alone began to outnumber all others
This approach suited the institutions and individuals tasked with carrying out the “war on terror”. For prosecutors, who were working with outdated legislation, proving membership of a terrorist group was often the only way to secure convictions of individuals planning violence. For a number of governments around the world – Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Egypt – linking attacks on their soil to “al-Qaida” became a way to shift attention away from their own brutality, corruption and incompetence, and to gain diplomatic or material benefits from Washington. For some officials in Washington, linking terrorist attacks to “state-sponsored” groups became a convenient way to justify policies, such as the continuing isolation of Iran, or military interventions such as the invasion of Iraq. For many analysts and policymakers, who were heavily influenced by the conventional wisdom on terrorism inherited from the cold war, thinking in terms of hierarchical groups and state sponsors was comfortably familiar.

A final factor was more subtle. Attributing the new wave of violence to a single group not only obscured the deep, complex and troubling roots of Islamic militancy but also suggested the threat it posed would end when al-Qaida was finally eliminated. This was reassuring, both for decision-makers and the public.

By the middle of the decade, it was clear that this analysis was inadequate. Bombs in Bali, Istanbul and Mombasa were the work of centrally organised attackers, but the 2004 attack on trains in Madrid had been executed by a small network only tenuously connected to the al-Qaida senior leadership 4,000 miles away. For every operation like the 2005 bombings in London – which was close to the model established by the 9/11 attacks – there were more attacks that didn’t seem to have any direct link to Bin Laden, even if they might have been inspired by his ideology. There was growing evidence that the threat from Islamic militancy was evolving into something different, something closer to the “leaderless resistance” promoted by white supremacists two decades earlier.

As the 2000s drew to a close, attacks perpetrated by people who seemed to be acting alone began to outnumber all others. These events were less deadly than the spectacular strikes of a few years earlier, but the trend was alarming. In the UK in 2008, a convert to Islam with mental health problems attempted to blow up a restaurant in Exeter, though he injured no one but himself. In 2009, a US army major shot 13 dead in Fort Hood, Texas. In 2010, a female student stabbed an MP in London. None appeared, initially, to have any broader connections to the global jihadi movement.

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In an attempt to understand how this new threat had developed, analysts raked through the growing body of texts posted online by jihadi thinkers. It seemed that one strategist had been particularly influential: a Syrian called Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, better known as Abu Musab al-Suri. In 2004, in a sprawling set of writings posted on an extremist website, Nasar had laid out a new strategy that was remarkably similar to “leaderless resistance”, although there is no evidence that he knew of the thinking of men such as Beam or Metzger. Nasar’s maxim was “Principles, not organisations”. He envisaged individual attackers and cells, guided by texts published online, striking targets across the world.

Having identified this new threat, security officials, journalists and policymakers needed a new vocabulary to describe it. The rise of the term lone wolf wasn’t wholly unprecedented. In the aftermath of 9/11, the US had passed anti-terror legislation that included a so-called “lone wolf provision”. This made it possible to pursue terrorists who were members of groups based abroad but who were acting alone in the US. Yet this provision conformed to the prevailing idea that all terrorists belonged to bigger groups and acted on orders from their superiors. The stereotype of the lone wolf terrorist that dominates today’s media landscape was not yet fully formed.

It is hard to be exact about when things changed. By around 2006, a small number of analysts had begun to refer to lone-wolf attacks in the context of Islamic militancy, and Israeli officials were using the term to describe attacks by apparently solitary Palestinian attackers. Yet these were outliers. In researching this article, I called eight counter-terrorism officials active over the last decade to ask them when they had first heard references to lone-wolf terrorism. One said around 2008, three said 2009, three 2010 and one around 2011. “The expression is what gave the concept traction,” Richard Barrett, who held senior counter-terrorist positions in MI6, the British overseas intelligence service, and the UN through the period, told me. Before the rise of the lone wolf, security officials used phrases – all equally flawed – such as “homegrowns”, “cleanskins”, “freelancers” or simply “unaffiliated”.

As successive jihadi plots were uncovered that did not appear to be linked to al-Qaida or other such groups, the term became more common. Between 2009 and 2012 it appears in around 300 articles in major English-language news publications each year, according the professional cuttings search engine Lexis Nexis. Since then, the term has become ubiquitous. In the 12 months before the London attack last week, the number of references to “lone wolves” exceeded the total of those over the previous three years, topping 1,000.

Lone wolves are now apparently everywhere, stalking our streets, schools and airports. Yet, as with the tendency to attribute all terrorist attacks to al-Qaida a decade earlier, this is a dangerous simplification.

In March 2012, a 23-year-old petty criminal named Mohamed Merah went on a shooting spree – a series of three attacks over a period of nine days – in south-west France, killing seven people. Bernard Squarcini, head of the French domestic intelligence service, described Merah as a lone wolf. So did the interior ministry spokesman, and, inevitably, many journalists. A year later, Lee Rigby, an off-duty soldier, was run over and hacked to death in London. Once again, the two attackers were dubbed lone wolves by officials and the media. So, too, were Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the brothers who bombed the Boston Marathon in 2013. The same label has been applied to more recent attackers, including the men who drove vehicles into crowds in Nice and Berlin last year, and in London last week.

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The Boston Marathon bombing carried out by Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2013. Photograph: Dan Lampariello/Reuters
One problem facing security services, politicians and the media is that instant analysis is difficult. It takes months to unravel the truth behind a major, or even minor, terrorist operation. The demand for information from a frightened public, relayed by a febrile news media, is intense. People seek quick, familiar explanations.

Yet many of the attacks that have been confidently identified as lone-wolf operations have turned out to be nothing of the sort. Very often, terrorists who are initially labelled lone wolves, have active links to established groups such as Islamic State and al-Qaida. Merah, for instance, had recently travelled to Pakistan and been trained, albeit cursorily, by a jihadi group allied with al-Qaida. Merah was also linked to a network of local extremists, some of whom went on to carry out attacks in Libya, Iraq and Syria. Bernard Cazeneuve, who was then the French interior minister, later agreed that calling Merah a lone wolf had been a mistake.

If, in cases such as Merah’s, the label of lone wolf is plainly incorrect, there are other, more subtle cases where it is still highly misleading. Another category of attackers, for instance, are those who strike alone, without guidance from formal terrorist organisations, but who have had face-to-face contact with loose networks of people who share extremist beliefs. The Exeter restaurant bomber, dismissed as an unstable loner, was actually in contact with a circle of local militant sympathisers before his attack. (They have never been identified.) The killers of Lee Rigby had been on the periphery of extremist movements in the UK for years, appearing at rallies of groups such as the now proscribed al-Muhajiroun, run by Anjem Choudary, a preacher convicted of terrorist offences in 2016 who is reported to have “inspired” up to 100 British militants.

A third category is made up of attackers who strike alone, after having had close contact online, rather than face-to-face, with extremist groups or individuals. A wave of attackers in France last year were, at first, wrongly seen as lone wolves “inspired” rather than commissioned by Isis. It soon emerged that the individuals involved, such as the two teenagers who killed a priest in front of his congregation in Normandy, had been recruited online by a senior Isis militant. In three recent incidents in Germany, all initially dubbed “lone-wolf attacks”, Isis militants actually used messaging apps to direct recruits in the minutes before they attacked. “Pray that I become a martyr,” one attacker who assaulted passengers on a train with an axe and knife told his interlocutor. “I am now waiting for the train.” Then: “I am starting now.”

Very often, what appear to be the clearest lone-wolf cases are revealed to be more complex. Even the strange case of the man who killed 86 people with a truck in Nice in July 2016 – with his background of alcohol abuse, casual sex and lack of apparent interest in religion or radical ideologies – may not be a true lone wolf. Eight of his friends and associates have been arrested and police are investigating his potential links to a broader network.

What research does show is that we may be more likely to find lone wolves among far-right extremists than among their jihadi counterparts. Though even in those cases, the term still conceals more than it reveals.

The murder of the Labour MP Jo Cox, days before the EU referendum, by a 52-year-old called Thomas Mair, was the culmination of a steady intensification of rightwing extremist violence in the UK that had been largely ignored by the media and policymakers. According to police, on several occasions attackers came close to causing more casualties in a single operation than jihadis had ever inflicted. The closest call came in 2013 when Pavlo Lapshyn, a Ukrainian PhD student in the UK, planted a bomb outside a mosque in Tipton, West Midlands. Fortunately, Lapshyn had got his timings wrong and the congregation had yet to gather when the device exploded. Embedded in the trunks of trees surrounding the building, police found some of the 100 nails Lapshyn had added to the bomb to make it more lethal.

Lapshyn was a recent arrival, but the UK has produced numerous homegrown far-right extremists in recent years. One was Martyn Gilleard, who was sentenced to 16 years for terrorism and child pornography offences in 2008. When officers searched his home in Goole, East Yorkshire, they found knives, guns, machetes, swords, axes, bullets and four nail bombs. A year later, Ian Davison became the first Briton convicted under new legislation dealing with the production of chemical weapons. Davison was sentenced to 10 years in prison for manufacturing ricin, a lethal biological poison made from castor beans. His aim, the court heard, was “the creation of an international Aryan group who would establish white supremacy in white countries”.

Lapshyn, Gilleard and Davison were each described as lone wolves by police officers, judges and journalists. Yet even a cursory survey of their individual stories undermines this description. Gilleard was the local branch organiser of a neo-Nazi group, while Davison founded the Aryan Strike Force, the members of which went on training days in Cumbria where they flew swastika flags.

Thomas Mair, who was also widely described as a lone wolf, does appear to have been an authentic loner, yet his involvement in rightwing extremism goes back decades. In May 1999, the National Alliance, a white-supremacist organisation in West Virginia, sent Mair manuals that explained how to construct bombs and assemble homemade pistols. Seventeen years later, when police raided his home after the murder, they found stacks of far-right literature, Nazi memorabilia and cuttings on Anders Breivik, the Norwegian terrorist who murdered 77 people in 2011.

Government building in Oslo bombed by Anders Breivik, 2011
A government building in Oslo bombed by Anders Breivik, July 2011. Photograph: Scanpix/Reuters
Even Breivik himself, who has been called “the deadliest lone-wolf attacker in [Europe’s] history”, was not a true lone wolf. Prior to his arrest, Breivik had long been in contact with far-right organisations. A member of the English Defence League told the Telegraph that Breivik had been in regular contact with its members via Facebook, and had a “hypnotic” effect on them.

If such facts fit awkwardly with the commonly accepted idea of the lone wolf, they fit better with academic research that has shown that very few violent extremists act without letting others know what they may be planning. In the late 1990s, after realising that in most instances school shooters would reveal their intentions to close associates before acting, the FBI began to talk about “leakage” of critical information. By 2009, it had extended the concept to terrorist attacks, and found that “leakage” was identifiable in more than four-fifths of 80 ongoing cases they were investigating. Of these leaks, 95% were to friends, close relatives or authority figures.

More recent research has underlined the garrulous nature of violent extremists. In 2013, researchers at Pennsylvania State University examined the interactions of 119 lone-wolf terrorists from a wide variety of ideological and faith backgrounds. The academics found that, even though the terrorists launched their attacks alone, in 79% of cases others were aware of the individual’s extremist ideology, and in 64% of cases family and friends were aware of the individual’s intent to engage in terrorism-related activity. Another more recent survey found that 45% of Islamic militant cases talked about their inspiration and possible actions with family and friends. While only 18% of rightwing counterparts did, they were much more likely to “post telling indicators” on the internet.

Few extremists remain without human contact, even if that contact is only found online. Last year, a team at the University of Miami studied 196 pro-Isis groups operating on social media during the first eight months of 2015. These groups had a combined total of more than 100,000 members. Researchers also found that pro-Isis individuals who were not in a group – who they dubbed “online ‘lone wolf’ actors” – had either recently been in a group or soon went on to join one.

Any terrorist, however socially or physically isolated, is still part of a broader movement
There is a much broader point here. Any terrorist, however socially or physically isolated, is still part of a broader movement. The lengthy manifesto that Breivik published hours before he started killing drew heavily on a dense ecosystem of far-right blogs, websites and writers. His ideas on strategy drew directly from the “leaderless resistance” school of Beam and others. Even his musical tastes were shaped by his ideology. He was, for example, a fan of Saga, a Swedish white nationalist singer, whose lyrics include lines about “The greatest race to ever walk the earth … betrayed”.

It is little different for Islamic militants, who emerge as often from the fertile and desperately depressing world of online jihadism – with its execution videos, mythologised history, selectively read religious texts and Photoshopped pictures of alleged atrocities against Muslims – as from organised groups that meet in person.

Terrorist violence of all kinds is directed against specific targets. These are not selected at random, nor are such attacks the products of a fevered and irrational imagination operating in complete isolation.

Just like the old idea that a single organisation, al-Qaida, was responsible for all Islamic terrorism, the rise of the lone-wolf paradigm is convenient for many different actors. First, there are the terrorists themselves. The notion that we are surrounded by anonymous lone wolves poised to strike at any time inspires fear and polarises the public. What could be more alarming and divisive than the idea that someone nearby – perhaps a colleague, a neighbour, a fellow commuter – might secretly be a lone wolf?

Terrorist groups also need to work constantly to motivate their activists. The idea of “lone wolves” invests murderous attackers with a special status, even glamour. Breivik, for instance, congratulated himself in his manifesto for becoming a “self-financed and self-indoctrinated single individual attack cell”. Al-Qaida propaganda lauded the 2009 Fort Hood shooter as “a pioneer, a trailblazer, and a role model who has opened a door, lit a path, and shown the way forward for every Muslim who finds himself among the unbelievers”.

The lone-wolf paradigm can be helpful for security services and policymakers, too, since the public assumes that lone wolves are difficult to catch. This would be justified if the popular image of the lone wolf as a solitary actor was accurate. But, as we have seen, this is rarely the case.

Khalid Masood
Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood. Photograph: Reuters
The reason that many attacks are not prevented is not because it was impossible to anticipate the perpetrator’s actions, but because someone screwed up. German law enforcement agencies were aware that the man who killed 12 in Berlin before Christmas was an Isis sympathiser and had talked about committing an attack. Repeated attempts to deport him had failed, stymied by bureaucracy, lack of resources and poor case preparation. In Britain, a parliamentary report into the killing of Lee Rigby identified a number of serious delays and potential missed opportunities to prevent it. Khalid Masood, the man who attacked Westminster last week, was identified in 2010 as a potential extremist by MI5.

But perhaps the most disquieting explanation for the ubiquity of the term is that it tells us something we want to believe. Yes, the terrorist threat now appears much more amorphous and unpredictable than ever before. At the same time, the idea that terrorists operate alone allows us to break the link between an act of violence and its ideological hinterland. It implies that the responsibility for an individual’s violent extremism lies solely with the individual themselves.

The truth is much more disturbing. Terrorism is not something you do by yourself, it is highly social. People become interested in ideas, ideologies and activities, even appalling ones, because other people are interested in them.

In his eulogy at the funeral of those killed in the mosque shooting in Quebec, the imam Hassan Guillet spoke of the alleged shooter. Over previous days details had emerged of the young man’s life. “Alexandre [Bissonette], before being a killer, was a victim himself,” said Hassan. “Before he planted his bullets in the heads of his victims, somebody planted ideas more dangerous than the bullets in his head. Unfortunately, day after day, week after week, month after month, certain politicians, and certain reporters and certain media, poisoned our atmosphere.

“We did not want to see it …. because we love this country, we love this society. We wanted our society to be perfect. We were like some parents who, when a neighbour tells them their kid is smoking or taking drugs, answers: ‘I don’t believe it, my child is perfect.’ We don’t want to see it. And we didn’t see it, and it happened.”

“But,” he went on to say, “there was a certain malaise. Let us face it. Alexandre Bissonnette didn’t emerge from a vacuum.”

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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Though there are many markers strongly indicating a 'False Flag' hoax, one of the most obvious is this double picture of the 'mannequin' under the bus, at 25:13 0f this video:
'Westminster "terror attack" investigation. Are we being lied to again?':
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ5fwul3NN0

But as per usual, the majority of the gullible brainwashed 'sheeple' lap it all up as 'gospel'.

There are a number of other things, of course. Why would someone attack Parliament carrying just two knives? Whe not a gun or a bomb?
Why attack from across a normally crowded bridge, when it would be so much easier to just drive along Whitehall to the Parliament buildings?
And why, having got over the bridge, did the driver crash the car into the railings, when there was nothing stopping him from driving on and round the corner, and if the gates were open driving right in to Parliament? He had got past the strong barrier erected to stop car bombers blowing up Big Ben; there was no further impediment to him continuing. Incidentally, it shows how inadequate the police planning was re stopping car bombers, as he had evaded it all.

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London terrorist linked to remote-controlled car bomb plot to blow up Army base
Adrian Ajao [Khalid Masood] was known to the security services in the past
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/26/westminster-terrorist-linke d-remote-controlled-car-bomb-plot/

Martin Evans, crime correspondent Henry Bodkin
27 MARCH 2017 • 10:37AM
The Islamist behind the Westminster terror outrage was investigated by MI5 as part of a plot to blow up an Army base using a remote-controlled car, The Telegraph can reveal.

Adrian Ajao, 52, who killed four people, including a police officer in last Wednesday's attack, is understood to have been probed six years ago over alleged connections to four al-Qaeda-inspired terrorists.

Zahid Iqbal, Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed, Syed Hussain and Umar Arshad, were jailed for a total of 44 years in 2013 after admitting plotting to launch an audacious bomb attack on a Territorial Army base in their hometown of Luton.

Ajao had moved to the town in 2009 following two stints in Saudi Arabia, and lived just a few hundreds yards from one of the ringleaders.

It is thought the fitness fanatic and body builder may have also come into contact with members of the gang when they started preparing for jihad by attending a local gym.

Following last week's attack, Theresa May, the Prime Minister, confirmed that Ajao - who changed his name to Khalid Masood after converting to Islam - had been investigated by the security services for links to "violent extremism".

However after carrying out a risk assessment and looking into his background, it was decided he did not pose a terror threat.


Over the weekend more information began to emerge about Ajao’s recent movements.

As well as having two daughters from an earlier relationship with businesswoman Jane Harvey, with whom he lived in the village of Northiam near Rye in East Sussex, Ajao also has a son and a daughter with his most recent partner, Rohey Hydara.


It is understood they had been living together in Birmingham up until Christmas when Ms Hydara moved back to east London in order to look after her disabled mother.

During his time in Birmingham, the former English tutor had been receiving benefits and neighbours said he did not work.

Last night police confirmed they had made a further arrest in connection with the Westminster attack after raiding a property close to Ajao's Birmingham home.

A 30-year-old man was being held on suspicion of preparation for terrorist acts.

A 58-year-old man who was arrested in Birmingham on Thursday remained in custody, while a 32-year-old woman has been bailed.

Armed police raided a house in Birmingham on Thursday
Armed police raided a house in Birmingham on Thursday CREDIT: SWNS
Nine other people who had been detained as part of the investigation have now been released with no further action.

Detectives have been working around the clock to try to piece together Ajao's complex background, which saw him transform from a bright, intelligent middle-class schoolboy into a bloodthirsty Islamic terrorist.

While the main focus of the investigation has been to establish if he had any accomplices, police have also been looking into any links with extremists in the past.

Taimour Abdulwahab blew himself up in Stockholm after spending time in Luton
Taimour Abdulwahab blew himself up in Stockholm after spending time in Luton
It has now emerged that during his time living in Luton, Ajao was a close neighbour of Taimour Abdulwahab, the Swedish student who blew himself up in Stockholm after becoming radicalised when he attended university in the Bedfordshire town.

He also lived just yards from Abu Rahin Aziz, the jihadi who was killed in a drone strike in the Isil stronghold of Raqqa in Syria in 2015.

Abu Rahin Aziz from Luton died in a drone strike in Raqqa
Abu Rahin Aziz from Luton died in a drone strike in Raqqa
But it is thought it was his association with the gang behind the remote-controlled car plot that first put him on the radar of the security services.

In 2010 MI5 began monitoring four Luton-based extremists after learning that they might be preparing for some sort of attack.

As part of a sophisticated surveillance operation, agents bugged the men's vehicles and eventually overheard Iqbal, a married father of two, discussing driving a toy car carrying explosives under the gates of the town's Territorial Army base.

Zahid Iqbal the ringleader of the plot lived close to Ajao in Luton
Zahid Iqbal the ringleader of the plot lived close to Ajao in Luton
In one conversation he was heard saying to his accomplice, Ahmed: "At the bottom of the gate, there’s quite a big gap. If you had a little toy car, it drives underneath one of their vehicles or something.”

The group were also overheard discussing plans to attack MI5 headquarters, a US Air Force base, an English Defence League gathering and a local shopping centre.

As part of their preparations Ahmed, who lived less than a mile from Ajao, began attending a local gym.

Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed was one of the Luton plotters
Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed was one of the Luton plotters
He later led a series of military-style training trips to Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons where they were monitored as they jogged in formation and used logs as mock weapons.

After months of surveillance, the men's homes were raided and they were all arrested in September 2011, just days before the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

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They were jailed in April 2013 after admitting having been inspired by al-Qaeda.

Mr Justice Wilkie QC said the men posed a significant risk to the public and jailed the ringleaders, Iqbal and Ahmed, for 16 years and three months each.

Arshad received six years and nine months and Hussain was given five years and three months.

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