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Monday, December 19, 2005

* Blair Refuses a Public Inquiry into the 7/7 Bombings:- *

*Blair Refuses a Public Inquiry into the 7/7 Bombings:-

*http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4526604.stm

We learned this week that the Blair and Co are to deny us a Public Inquiry into the 7/7 London Bombings. Instead of a full and frank inquiry into how and why four young British Muslim men apparently managed to detonate 4 bombs in London, Killing 52 people and injuring 700 more, we are to get a 'Narrative of Events' written by a senior civil servant to tell us what happened.

Rachel From North london survived the London Bombings, she was 7 feet away from one of the bombs when it went off, and she has been doing a stunning job of representing many [not all] of the victims in the media, especially those who are disgusted with how they have been treated and represented:

http://rachelnorthlondon.blogspot.com/2005/12/no-77-public-enquiry.html

Unsprisingly, they [and we] are more than a little pissed off by Blair and Co's apparent attempts to cover up what happened, and fob us off with a report from a civil servant.We all feel that the only way to attempt to prevent further attacks, and to lower the terrorist threat is to find out what happened, how it happened and why it happened. A government civil servant writing a 'narrative' is not going to do that. It will simply give us the government version of events from which they and we will learn nothing.If you feel the same, would you consider posting details of this story, and linking it to Rachel's blog [the above link] and the petition they have started?

http://www.petitiononline.com/July7th/petition.htmlThis does not just concern UK residents, it concerns everyone. If the price paid for not learning any lessons that might prove unpalateable for Blair and Co is public safety - that affects anyone who might visit as well as those who live here. According to Rachel:"Yes - the petition is open to anyone - tourists, non-British public, freedom-loving peoples everywhere, please sign up if you want an honest evaluation of what the hell has been going on."Rachel's article on the subject for today's Sunday Times is here: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2092-1937542,00.html

3 Comments:

Blogger Totah said...

As much as I hate Blair, I have many doubts that this refusal has 'conspiratorial' reasons behind it, unlike Bush's refusal to co-operate with an independent 9/11 inquiry. I think it's more that he is a pitiless coward and would rather refuse the people their rightful truth than admit there is a flaw with the British police's anti-terror policies.
(Policy? What policy? Oh yes, shoot-to-kill, it's 50/50 that brown-skinned guy over there is a terrorist, not a Brazilian plumber.)
Love,
Totah.

Tuesday, 20 December, 2005  
Blogger Mother Damnable said...

Totah,

I have serious problems accepting that it would be a coincidence that the bombers were allowed to set their bombs at a time when the politicians were in Scotland for the G8

Either way they're bang out of order!

Love back :>)

Tuesday, 20 December, 2005  
Blogger Totah said...

Remember that it was at the same time that London was chosen for the 2012 Olympics.
I am uncomfortable with the idea that human beings would use terror to take the world's eyes off conclusions of the G8 summit.

Tuesday, 20 December, 2005  

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