Voice of the White House July 7, 2005

“The explosions and carnage in London were terrible, though not as serious as the Madrid ones, but not unexpected. The Mossad had wind of this and tipped off both the U.S. and British people. Either the Anglo-Saxons people are stupid (in the case of the Brits, not so) or this was viewed, like 911, as something that would be beneficial to the Coalition to stiffen flagging British, and American, growing resistance to the war. Cynical but typical of both Bush and Blair, his head puppet. Odd it should happen right when all the leaders are in Scotland, just in time for them all to vow to fight to the bitter end. No one knows how many died and there were many hundreds of wounded, many of whom will die. Qui bono!

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