Secrets, Spies and 7/7

A conversation with Pearse Redmond - 7th December 2013

Pearse Redmond of PorkinsPolicyReview invited me on his show to talk about my book, Secrets, Spies and 7/7.  In this two-part conversation we discussed the critical problems with the official story of the London bombings, including the gaping holes in the police investigation of the bomb sites, the suspicious Jaguar in the Luton station CCTV and how the 'intelligence failures' are likely the shadow of a black op.  

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In the second half of our talk, which was even better than the first, we honed in on the question of predictive programming and its impact on the truth movement. In particular we looked at the 'false flag exercise hypothesis', whereby any coincidence of an event and any kind of training simulation anywhere nearby is automatically seen as evidence of a government conspiracy.  We rounded off by talking about how this hypothesis has been advanced in TV shows and movies sponsored by the intelligence agencies.  

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Related Pages:

Secrets, Spies and 7/7

Predictive Programming in Theory and Practice - A conversation with Guy Evans and Jamez Wilson

The Grand Theatre of the Security State - A conversation with Aaron Franz

Interrogating the Programming - A conversation with James Corbett