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12 June 2007

Bob Monkhouse makes suicide bomber video from beyond the grave - Exclusive footage 

Well, not quite a suicide bomber video, but he's been dead four years and is looking and sounding better than ever.

12 comments:

Shahid said...

Brilliant!

The Antagonist said...

The wonders of modern technology.

Who'd have thunk it?

Anonymous said...

"Archive footage", "shots of a body-double", and "spoken by a sound-alike". Simple!

Stef said...

Oh yes, very good

I've always been suspicious about what isn't said on those 'confession' videos and am not sure that there's any need to invoke technical trickery. This does, however, show what is possible

The Antagonist said...

Whatever next, eh?

Maybe we'll see Gene Kelly breakdancing in the rain, or maybe even dancing cars....

jon doy said...

Stef said...

"Oh yes, very good

I've always been suspicious about what isn't said on those 'confession' videos..."


yeah, same here, what they say is as far as i can tell nothing whatsoever to do with suicide bombings, it is almost what one might expect to say if one were part of some sort of 'able danger' style exercise and had been asked to do a video to 'get into the role'

i'm sorry, that probably sounds a bit loony

Stef said...

@jon

Nope, I don't think so.

There are no specifics mentioned. At the very least, their content has been over sold

As has the practice of labelling anyone who questions our government as being insane

The Antagonist said...

I've always been suspicious about what isn't said on those 'confession' videos

What isn't said? Such as:

- No mention of London
- No mention of the Underground
- No mention of buses
- No mention of suicide bombing
- No mention of bombing

In fact, no mention at all of anything vaguely related to what is alleged to have happened on 7th July 2005.

That sort of thing, you mean?

The Antagonist said...

And, while we're on the subject, let's assume that the so-called ‘suicide’ videos of Khan and Tanweer are bona fide. If this happens to be the case, neither would not stand up in a court of law as proof of anything which, surely, is the most basic test that they should pass if they are to carry any weight at all.

It is also important to note that Khan’s video was released in response to a wealth of questioning by the media, citing senior police and investigative sources, about the veracity of the notion that suicide bombers perpetrated 7/7 when, clearly, there was no reason for any of the perpetrators to have died in such an attack.

The 'Khan video' materialised on 1st September 2005 and effectively called an abrupt halt to such questioning, even though it is absent of any reference to a suicide attack on London.

Similarly, the 'Tanweer video' materialised on the eve of the first anniversary of 7/7 –- and one has to marvel at the timing, PR and marketing capabilities the so-called Al Qaeda media wing -- just in case anyone still had any doubt about what the official story was. Again, this video lacked any references to an attack on London and would not stand up in a court of law as proof of anything.

The amazing irony is *everyone* knows what happened on 7/7, except those who have been researching what happened since the day it happened.

Stef said...

That sort of thing, you mean?

Um, yes

The Antagonist said...

That sort of thing, you mean?

Um, yes


Thought as much. But is it only thee and me, and of course the valued members of Conspiraloon™ Alliance, that have noticed though?

Shahid said...

"If this happens to be the case, neither would not stand up in a court of law as proof of anything which, surely, is the most basic test that they should pass if they are to carry any weight at all."

Almost word for word what I said to Darshna Soni during the Channel 4 News piece, but like a lot of what I said, it never made the final cut.

It's very hard to get such heretical facts out through the MSM.