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Ian Crane 2005 “The 9/11 – 7/7 Connection”
On Friday 22nd July 2005, Ian Crane opened the Glastonbury Symposium with an analysis of the sinister geopolitical webs that have been spun, resulting in the tragic events of 9/11/2001 and 7/7/2005. Just two weeks after 7/7, Ian’s research already indicated that the official version of the supposed ‘terror’ attacks in London cannot stand up to the scrutiny of research.
Security 'exercises' being conducted at the same three stations, at the exact same time as the bombs went off ... what are the odds? Yet this is exactly what occured ... according to Peter Power of Visor Consultants, the man responsible for those exercises. Mr Power has some explaining to do ... so why hasn't he been asked to reveal who hired him to run those exercises on that fateful July morning?
The subsequent failed attacks on 7/21/2005, the assassination of Jean-Charles Menezes on 7/22/2005 and the bombing at Sharm-El-Sheik in Egypt on 7/23/2005 raise even more painful and disturbing questions.
This compilation of two live audio recordings (Glastonbury – 22nd July & Totnes – 30th August 2005) filled with video graphics of the events, is a ‘must see’ for anyone who still holds the view that the events of 9/11 and 7/7 were perpetrated by ‘Muslim fanatics’.
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Category: Education, 911TV_ID: IC77
Tags: 9/11, 911, 9-11, Ian Crane, Glastonbury Symposium, Peter Power, Visor Consultants, 7/7 London Bombings, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Project for the New American Century, Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, Zbignew Brzezinski
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