As examples we examine two short reports from the commercially-controlled media. First, 45 seconds of a BBC TV report from the day of the London Bombings. Already by the evening of July 7th, 2005, Tony Blair had concluded that "we know that these people act in the name of Islam". Second, a brief report on the arrest of suspects in London a couple of days ago.
Our next piece is an EDGE Media discussion between Tony Farrell, Ian Puddick and host Brian Gerrish on the privatization of law enforcement and its increasing lack of transparency to the public it is supposed to serve. Ian Puddick tells how the police spent over $1M to censor his website, "PoliceExpenses.co.uk" and used the counter-terrorism directorate to raid his home and offices. Apparently his FOIA requests into how much money was spent on this operation were denied on grounds of expense, while the documents produced in his court case proved that the proceedings brought against him were directed by the US private security company, Kroll, using the UK police force to pursue a private agenda. Former intelligence analyst Farrell reports how he was dismissed after suggesting that there was an appreciable terrorist threat from elements inside the establishment.
"...the people in the United Kingdom by and large have not woken up to the level of deceit and the corruption in high places."— Former 'Principal Intelligence Analyst’ for South Yorkshire Police, Tony Farrell
Next we play an audio adaptation of Tom Secker's 7/7 - A Conspiracy Theory, which explores the possibility that the UK intelligence services may be systematically radicalizing young Moslems as a means of expanding its power and influence. We conclude with the start of an interview of Tom Secker by Keelan Baldersen. Both were invited to take part in "7/7 Conspiracy Road trip" which was broadcast on the BBC, but both were unimpressed enough by the pitch to decline the opportunity. The first minute of the video suffices to reveal the deceitfulness of the producers of what has all the hallmarks of a transparent hit piece designed to try to prevent the public at large from questioning the official narrative pushed by the commercially-controlled media.
Thanks to Tony Gosling for the David Miller interview