For a full analysis of the simultaneous anti-terror rehearsal drill referred to in this post, the drill that was being conducted by Peter Power and Visor Consultants on 7/7 please see here.
"there could have been had [sic] a power surge which could have had quite catastrophic casualty levels.
We have always been aware of that on the Underground."
Source: Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone
March 1st 2006 [PDF source]
On the day of 7/7, The Antagonist was intrigued by how the original story of two devastating power surges on the London Underground turned after a number of hours into one of international terrorism and set about investigating further.
The results of this investigation seem to directly contradict the 'official' stories of events and are based on nothing other than publicly available and verifiable sources of information. So, without further ado, The Antagonist presents links to the manifold 7/7-inspired musings on Anything that defies my sense of reason....
As ever, comments, constructive criticism and additional information welcome. In reverse-chronological order of posting:
- London 7/7: How to Be Good - Part 1 - If you only read one article on this blog about the events of July 7th then, for now, make it this one. A study of the generally accepted narrative of events, the evidence to support that narrative, along with the facts about the movements of the trains on July 7th - as confirmed by independent public researchers - and how these facts relate to the generally accepted narrative.
- London 7/7: TFL, Clarke Says No to Public Inquiry - The call for a people's inquiry into July 7th. With the government's renewed confirmation that there will be no public inquiry into 7 July comes the overpowering message to the British people, clearer than ever before - if you want any sort of inquiry, any semblance of truth and, ultimately, any justice for what happened in London on 7 July, you're going to have to do it yourself.
- London 7/7: TFL, TrackerNet Images & Evidence Removal - Transport for London published TrackerNet schematic images that showed the movements of the bombed trains on the morning of 7 July. These images have since disappeared from the TFL image gallery even though the TFL press release which announced the publication of the images still references them. Why?
- The Dummy Dummy-Run - CCTV footage of the alleged bombers was released and reported as being a rehearsal for the events of 7/7. Only three of alleged turned up that morning and the rest of their journey has no correlation with that reported for 7 July so what exactly were these guys rehearsing?
- London 7/7: Number 30 Bus Explosion in Tavistock Square - Photos & Questions - The number 30 bus that exploded some 60 or so minutes after the incidents on the trains is being used to tie the whole notion of a co-ordinated terrorist attack on London. Was the exploded bus lifted from the 1,000 man anti-terrorist rehearsal operation that Peter Power admitted to organising in a Radio 5 interview on the evening of the Underground incidents?
- Another 7/7 Survivor Supports MetroNet Power Surge Story - The Edgware Road underground train left the tracks before any bangs were heard indicating that something other than bombs caused the train to derail. And, if there were bombs on the trains, why is the description of the bangs that followed the derailing described as 'A series of explosions || as if tube electric motor after motor was exploding'?
- The 7 July Trinity Mirror Media Blackout
- Blair Rejected Inquiry into 7/7
- The Number 30 Bus explosion - The Kicker - A summary of the considerable number of anomalies about the Number 30 bus which was diverted into Tavistock Square and then exploded leaving rather too many people left standing on the top deck looking otherwise unharmed by a blast powerful enough to lift the roof clean off the bus.
- Anthony Larkin: Rentaquote & London Terror - Was the only person to report Jean Charles de Menezes as wearing a 'bomb belt with wires coming out' in the employ of the Metropolitan Police?
- In Response to Bridget Dunne - An article outlining the events of the day based solely on the facts such as they were immediately after the Number 30 bus exploded in Tavistock Square, explaining the origins of the exploded bus that ties together the whole notion of a terror attack on London.
- Peter Power Responds, So Does The Antagonist - Peter Power, Managing Director of Visor Consultants issued a statement about the 1,000 man security rehearsal operation that he was responsible for organising on the day of 7/7 and from which it would appear that the exploded bus was lifted in order to create a story of terrorism instead of one of corporate manslaughter on the Underground.
- Three Tube Trains & One London Bus - Part Deux - 21 July, 2005. The day when no bombs went off on any trains or buses in London and nobody was killed. The same day that is now the focus of media coverage instead of 7/7 when 56 people died.
- Visor Consultants, Fortress GB & ICTS (UK) Ltd - Details of the transport security companies that may have been responsible for commissioning Peter Power's Visor Consultants to conduct the 1,000 person security rehearsal operation in Central London that may have occurred outside their offices in Tavistock Square, right next door to the headquarters of the British Transport Police.
- Ian Blair: "I'm not saying there are four bombers" - Metropolitan Police Commissioner retracts a statement containing the word 'bombers', presumably because there was no evidence to support him stating that there were any bombers. And, if there was evidence to support the notion of bombers, why would he retract the statement?
- London Blasts, A Possible Explanation - The Antagonist's original article outlining how the train incidents and the bus were always two entirely separate stories.
- London Underground Bombing 'Exercises' Took Place at Same Time as Real Attack - Ex-Scotland Yard Anti-Terror operative, Peter Power, reveals details of his crisis management firm's 1,000 person anti-terrorist rehearsal scenario organised for Central London on the morning of 7/7. Incudes links to the audio downloads of Power's Radio 5 Live interview.
- Blast Survivor Discrepancies - MetroNet originally reported that the problems on the Underground were as a result of two power surges. The eye-witness accounts of survivors of these incidents support perfectly the notion of power surges.
- London Comments - The Antagonist responds - They were sent in their droves in an attempt to debunk The Antagonist's theory of events on 7/7. Read how they failed miserably in their efforts.
- 7/7 - Original LiveBlog Coverage - The Antagonist's original LiveBlog of 7/7 as it happened.