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A forum documenting factually inaccurate July 7th Press and Media coverage. Here you will find copies of complaints to those responsible for propagating lies and myths that have hitherto gone unchallenged and their responses. Also included in this forum are copies of complaints to the Press Complaints Commission, along with copies of Freedom of Information requests, letters to MPs and communications with miscellaneous other public servants.
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We had a call and a comment from Renegade Pictures, makers of Conspiracy Road Trip. Rather than go through the motions on the phone and via email, I've tried today to get them to have an open and public debate.
So far, I've managed to get them to change the nature of their recruiting tweets and agree to have whatever conversation they wanted to have with us in the open. More detail and background information here:
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Twitter bonus that I forgot to mention....
In amongst the various tweets ConspiracyRT were sending out to various people trying to recruit them (who must be between the ages of 18-35) for the 7/7 Conspiracy Road Trip, they sent one to Tony Gosling; which, frankly, was too good an opportunity to miss:
antagonise: Tony Gosling is over 35 years of age @ConspiracyRT, meaning he doesn't fit in the 18-35 age bracket specified for participants. @TonyGosling
If only I'd put a little more thought into the sentence construction, I could have squeezed in a 'well' prior to 'over'.
When discussing the recent European Court of Human Rights ruling on the extradition of Abu Hamza to the U.S., he said the following:
"I assumed he [Abu Hamza] was a spy, or a tout. I mean I'd imagine the actual real dudes that we're meant to be chasing around are, y'know, below the surface, right? Lilywhites? People with absolutely no connection to radical mosques or something like that. Maybe not even obviously be Muslim, maybe have a Celtic accent."
But 9/11 though, and 7/7, those happened exactly as we've been told, without any "below the surface" "real dudes" "that we're meant to be chasing around" and definitely none of those "Lilywhites", those "people with absolutely no connection to radical mosques" and who are "maybe not even obviously Muslim", no siree, and definitely not with "celtic accents" that people with names like Martin McDaid and James McLintock might have. The story is just as we've been told.
Primitive Donkey claims he will be appearing on the next CRT on 7/7 and is asking for help. It is good to know that Conspiracy Road trip are trying to get people who are realy familiar with the subject.
also there is this http://kentfreedommovement.ning.com/profil...ce-in-the-works Message text: Hi Andrew, Im contacting you from a TV company called Renegade Pictures. I am working on a doc about people who think that the 7/7 bombings cannot be explained by the official report, which suggests that it was a terrorist attack committed in the name of Islam. We are currently in the process of casting for the prog, so are interested in looking for people who are between the ages of 18-35yrs who doubt the official account of events. Is there anyone who think might be keen to take part? Cheers
(In the name of Islam now who was it that said that? Tony something)
Andrew Johnson looks older than 35. PLus his subject is mostly 9/11 related again someone who is not likly to know every aspect of the 7/7 story.
I emailed conspiracy roadtrip and they replied indicating they were still looking for applicants at this late date with only three month to go ( I am way to old)
Tony Topping has in the past shared a radio interview with Infomaniac Housewife
Tony Topping Takes Part in 7/7 Documentary for BBC 3 Posted on May 21, 2012 by Tony Topping
Tony Topping has been invited to appear on the TV series Conspiracy Road Trip for BBC 3 Regarding The 7/7 bombings which was a false flag operation, will the documentary change Tony's mind and make him believe the official narrative of events?
Tony will approach the issue from a very unexpected perception of the incidents surrounding 7/7 based on his security background and studies of espionage. He Has been asked to comment on the CCTV events surrounding the 7/7 incident and events in the Canary Wharf area as well as his own mysterious incident in a pub Near Downing St involving 7/7 in 2007.
Tony has already indicated a Number of flaws in the CCTV narrative, he hopes that a very interesting Documentary that is in the national interest will be aired. Stay tuned…. Please note the J7 link about the production company Renegade Pictures Here
With all due respect the budget for th UFO part of the series is huge and I have talked in great detail to the production company. They are using well known investigators and researchers from the states also. Things are changing in the media and the BBC has assured me they are not out to ridicule anyone plus I have seen the schedule and it is very impressive. This will be a good one to take note of. 26 April 2012 12:43
Tamsin Jones said...
I have to agree with Richard on this I know someone at the BBC who works on commissioning and the BBC really wanted to touch base with people and not fob the subject off. They have the five people taking part confirmed now apprently and there are a few suprises in store for this I'm told with some very well know names invovled. Also its been confrimed that Robbie Williams will take part so it can't be that bad. 27 April 2012 08:17
The Truth Seeker's Guide said...
Just to update you Ben. I have come across a blog article posted by PZ Meyers, a biologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota, Morris. He was interviewed for the forthcoming UFO Conspiracy Road Trip and his article makes for interesting reading... especially his views of the 'trippers' themselves. Our concerns may have been justified, but we'll wait and see!
READ BEFORE VENTURING FORTH: Now I understand some people may watch this and think it's some kind of sick joke. Well the film is satirical and deliberately done in bad taste but we are serious about making films & acting. So please give the film a chance and don't dismis it straight away.
I am part of a very small, indie production company called Primitive Productions - when I say very small I mean there are only 2 of us involved. I am Raoul Flannagan and my partner is William Burridge.
We have recently finished making our debut short film. A 30 minute mockumentary titled - Dead Wife: Patrick's Story. It follows documentary maker Bobby LeRoux as he spends a night with a young widower named Patrick Holness. Bobby soon discovers that death can not only change a person physically, but can also change them in psychological ways you only witness in your nightmares.
Joining the hunt to test 7/7 terror attacks theories
Saturday, June 09, 2012 The Sentinel
CONSPIRACY theories surrounding the 2005 London bombings are to be examined in a new documentary filmed with the help of a Staffordshire writer.
Layla Randle-Conde, from Stone, recently returned from producing Conspiracy Roadtrip, a BBC documentary due to be broadcast this autumn.
TESTS: A BBC photograph of a test explosion carried out for the programme. Above, how The Sentinel reported the atrocities. Main picture, Layla Randle-Conde.
Layla, who writes for paranormal and alternative magazines, was approached by researchers for the programme, which aims to test bizarre conspiracy theories connected to the bombings on July 7, which killed 52 people.
The filming took the 32-year-old all over the country, visiting mosques, academics and people who survived.
Layla even retraced the steps of one of the suicide bombers, met an expert in homemade explosives, and watched as experts blew-up a real London bus in a demonstration of just how deadly the attacks were.
The writer, who also works as a model and fortune teller, said: "The whole thing was one of the most interesting experiences of my life, but it was also very chilling.
"Seeing the bus explode was unbelieveable, and very upsetting.
"One of the more common conspiracy theories comes from people who believe the bombers couldn't have created the carnage they did by using homemade explosives.
"They say the Government did it, and gave the bombers military-grade explosives.
"So we went to Bristol to speak to a real explosives expert, and then watched as the bus was destroyed.
"Our faces are a picture, and you can see how far away we had to stand to make sure we weren't hit by any shrapnel."
Filming for the programme also took Layla and the crew to the suburbs of Burley and Hyde Park, in Leeds, which were home to the suicide bombers.
The show, which will be presented by Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell, sees religious leaders interviewed and debates between conspiracy theorists and those who believe the theories are false.
Layla said: "There were two conspiracy theorists and I got on with one of them really well, but I really clashed with the other one.
"I think he found it quite difficult coming face to face with real-life victims of the attack and having the chance to speak to them.
"It's a world away from posting things on the internet or contributing to forums.
"We spoke to various experts and public figures, including intelligence expert Crispin Black, a ballistics expert, a bomb survivor, a psychologist, the neighbour of a bomber and the father of a victim.
She added: "I retraced and re-enacted the final 90 minutes of Hasib Hussain, the bus bomber. That was upsetting and eerie.
"Finally, I had lots of arguments with my fellow travellers about whether the theories were true.
"I believe they are false, but the two diehard conspiracy theorists aboard the bus did not agree."
The show recalls the horrific events of July 7, 2005, when four British terrorists, of Pakistani origin, detonated three bombs in quick succession on London Underground trains across the city.
Later, a fourth bomb exploded on a bus in Tavistock Square, London.
Fifty-two people, as well as the four bombers, were killed in the attacks and more than 700 were injured.
Conspiracy Roadtrip is scheduled to be broadcast on BBC3 in October.