7/7: An Historical Analysis
This week GRTV talks to Tom Secker, the documentary filmmaker behind the newly released 7/7: Crime and Prejudice, which is available for viewing on GRTV.ca:
In this wide-ranging discussion, we examine inconsistencies in the police investigation of the alleged terrorist bombings in London on July 7, 2005, and interrogate the way the memes and ideas about suicide bombings have echoed down through the decades to implant “War on Terror” narratives in our own age.
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2011 / 09 / 22
Louis Hillman says:
This segment on 7/7 with James Corbett and Tom Secker is one of the most intelligent productions I’ve seen concerning the media and conspiracy. I remember, in the US in the 90’s or early part of this century, hearing that the Dept. of Defense and the Intelligence community were getting involved in Hollywood film and television production. I was reading the Nation a lot at that time, so it may have been reported there, but I’m sorry, I can’t remember where. But I do remember it distinctly and no one seemed to think anything about it. Hearing this interview reminded me of that, and gave me a completely new view of the “meta-picture”. Thank you.
2011 / 09 / 22
USAma Bin Laden says:
Anglo apologists are loathe to admit this, but the United Kingdom and has a long and distinguished history of perpetuating terrorism, particularly through the use of Islamicist proxies.
The revelations in the 1990s by former British spook David Shayler exposed how the United Kingdom paid hundred of thousands of pounds to Al-Queda connected elements in Libya to attempt to assassinate Muammar Quadafi–a clear example of British state terrorism.
Today, it is thus no coicidence that Britain is–along with America and France–engaged in a war of aggression against LIbya utilizing proxies like elements of the Al-Queda connected LIFG (Libyan Islamic Fighting Group).
There is a reason why London has been called “Londonistan” by many people. London is a hotbed of British MI5 and MI6 controlled “Islamic” terrorist patsies.
2011 / 09 / 23
Mike Corbeil says:
It’s an excellent interview ; and, perhaps, it’s especially great when you’ve also seen at least one of his two documentaries on 7/7, 2005. I’ve seen two about 7/7 research and have read at http://julyseventh.co.uk (J7).
That’s either Tom Secker’s website, or else he’s a member of it, and his blog is accessible at that J7 website, with the blog link at the top of the homepage. And people should view his documentaries, as well.
7/7: Seeds of Deconstruction Full Version
Archive on 8 Jan 2011
Full version of investigative documentary 7/7: Seeds of Deconstruction. Examines many of the outstanding questions and conspiracy theories about the 2005 London Bombings. Available for download via http://blip.tv/file/3985398 and http://www.archive.org/details/77SeedsOfDeconstruction and http://stagevu.com/video/bzmyohjuatvm
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