Nick Kollerstrom — Terror on the Tube June 8, 2013
A short walk from the Woolwich DLR station takes you to a moving tribute scene, a huge mass of flowers, national flags and various gifts, to a ‘Fuselier Guard’ whose death became known on 22nd May: Drummer Lee Rigby. Deep are the passions aroused by this death, which have echoed around our world.
We are here dealing with a constructed terror event where nothing is what it appeared to be: actors act their parts and the media report as they are told.
The primal War-on-Terror theme has been powerfully reinforced by this mirage, as ‘the Phantom Menace’ strikes again.
We here go through the sequence of apparent events, examining a series of what I will call Absolute Physical Impossibilities.
A car ends up on the pavement of a busy street under some trees. Because of the way it is facing it would have had to veer over from the other side of the road, having just emerged from a traffic-lights crossing, somehow waiting for a brief gap in the traffic to cross over – and bump up onto a good 4” pavement, then somehow drive along until, whump! It hit DLR (Drummer Lee Rigby). He was walking away from them just by a traffic sign held up by two posts, wearing a ‘Help the Heroes’ T-shirt.
First Absolute Physical Impossibility: this could only have been synchronised by an overhead helicopter, to see DLR walking along, see the gap in the traffic, see the lights changing, and then give the car its instructions. There was no such helicopter.
On the story we are given, there is no way the car driver could have identified DLR, given the brief second or so between possibly seeing him and deciding to drive across the road. And yet the whole point of the story, is that ‘terrorists’ killed a British soldier.
Had such a car been coming towards him bumping up onto on the pavement, an army lad would have been trained to sense it behind him, and he only needed to spring forward a yard or so, other side of the big traffic sign, to have been safe.
Where you might expect the car to have crossed over the road there is a lamp post, ten yards or so from the afore-mentioned traffic sign, so the car would have had to skirt round that lamp post – then further down is a railing, near the traffic lights. We’re talking about Artillery Road, Greenwich where this whole drama was constructed.
Skid-marks on the pavement, coming from the tyres (see below, 2nd picture) – or possibly trails of car oil – point towards that lamp-post, not shown in this image. It could not have happened!
Second Absolute Physical Impossibility: the car had its whole front crumpled up, as if it had hit something, inches from the poles of the traffic sign right in front – yet those poles were untouched, with no scratch from any bump. That has to be a stage setup. You can’t see the poles now, they are choc-a-bloc with flowers, messages etc but fortunately Morris Herman (‘Morris108′) went there early and reported this central fact. http://kentfreedommovement.com/video/woolwich-defies-common-sense-morris
And we are supposed to believe the two ‘evil terrorists’ then emerged unharmed from the car, one brandishing a meat cleaver and the other a gun? Why slam the front of the car into something if you have a gun you are intending to use?
On a busy city street, we are supposed to believe that no-one took any photos of this whole sequence of events?
Third Absolute Physical Impossibility: DLR is lying knocked over from the car bump, then one killer starts chopping his head off, causing death. But – there is no blood. Eight pints of red blood should have spurted out onto the pavement.
Picture: You can here two undamaged posts close-up (holding up a traffic sign) – which the car supposedly bumped into. You can see NO BLOOD on pavement. You can also see the lamp-past alluded to (with ‘Signal Timings’ on it) and behind it the railings, so the car would have had to come between these two.