WE ARE NOT AFRAID

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Rich Planet has launched a campaign to Tell Your MP about the evidence that exists regarding the bombing as a ‘false flag operation’ rather than the way it was portrayed in the mainstream media.

  1. Here is a possible cover letter for reading in .pdf and editing as .doc.
  2. Here are links to TV and video programmes:
  3. Theorising Truth – What happened at Canary Wharf on 7th July 2005: a 20-page report by Dr Rory Ridley-Duff of Sheffield Hallam University.

4. 12-page report by former Principal Intelligence Analyst of South Yorkshire Police Tony Farrell

5. Letter to Lady Justice Hallett by Dr. Nick Kollerstrom concerning the 7/7 inquest

6. Two reviews of the book Terror on the Tube by Dr. Nick Kollerstrom.

The abstract of Theorising Truth says:

This paper uses three different theories of truth to consider claims broadcast in two documentaries about the London bombings of 7th July 2005: 7/7 Ripple Effect and the BBC’s Conspiracy Files: 7/7.

7/7 Ripple Effect argues that the alleged bombers were not in central London when the bombs exploded, and supports this with press reports of shootings at Canary Wharf. To test this claim, press reports from Canary Wharf were retrieved using a search of the Nexis UK News Database for the period 7th to 30th July 2005. Further searches were made using Google to locate blogs and discussion forum archives from 7th July 2005.

The findings are assessed using three different theories of truth. When adopting a correspondence theory of truth, it is just plausible that the evidence found supports the theory implicit in the BBC documentary. The theory presented in 7/7 Ripple Effect is also plausible.

When deploying a coherence theory of truth, the thesis put forward by the government and BBC collapses due to low probability that four men would choose the same targets, at the same time, and on the same day as a simulated crisis management exercise organised by Visor Consultants.

The thesis put forward in 7/7 Ripple Effect remains coherent with available evidence. A social constructivist (critical) perspective identifies cultural and political interests that influence the selection and interpretation of available evidence. While the paper concludes that both documentaries construct truth that supports their political outlook and agenda, the theory advanced in 7/7 Ripple Effect is better able to explain anomalies in the official account as well as the evidence of a crisis at Canary Wharf on the same day.