Tuesday, July 19, 2011

#Hackgate: Goverment chose TODAY, the day of the MURDOCHS to slip in their response to London Bombing 7/7...



'Principal Intelligence Officer' For South Yorkshire Police Says 9/11 and 7/7 'Inside Jobs'.

.J Edgar Hoover (Founder and long-term head of the FBI) said it well:

"The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists."

Tony Farrell is an unlikely 'Conspiraloon'.

As 'Principal Intelligence Officer' for the South Yorkshire Police he had to produce a yearly ‘Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix’ to determine how the police force should prioritise its activities.

Part of this exercise involved analysis and predictive numerical weightings related to various aspects of the 'terror threat' presented by Islamic extremists in South Yorkshire.

Shortly before presenting his annual report in July 2010, Mr Farrell became convinced (over the course of about 8 days) that the major source of the 'terror threat' was neither external nor Islamic but came from within the UK government. Like many millions before him, having come across unreported evidence relating to 9/11 and 7/7, Tony Farrell quite quickly realised (with certainty) that both these attacks were classic false-flag events.

Mr Farrell is a Christian. He understood how unacceptable his views would be to the police hierarchy. He knew that delivering his rather alternative analysis and recommendations could only get him in deep trouble.

Nevertheless, if anything is an issue of conscience, this was just such an issue.

He presented his ‘Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix’ report to a roomful of stunned superiors. They listened respectfully.

(One can only imagine the scene. Who wouldn't swap a ticket to the World Cup Final for one minute in that room. Mr Farrell should auction his PowerPoint show for the event on eBay.)

A more detailed version of this story can be found here and here.

Tony Farrell was sacked, of course, and is now awaiting an appeal against his dismissal and will charge his employers with 'unfair dismissal' at an Employment Tribunal in September. His grounds are that it is unlawful to dismiss anyone because of their belief.