British MI5 Had Hand In Previous Car Bombings June 30, 2007Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Intelligence sources are refusing to rule out an Irish connection to a massive car bomb that was discovered in the heart of London this morning. Though at this early stage the facts are sketchy, any link to the IRA or its offshoots would re-open a can of worms concerning the MI5’s role in past terror attacks, and specifically car bombings, over the last few decades in Britain and Northern Ireland.
The timing of the attempted attack coincides with new Prime Minister Gordon Brown taking over from Tony Blair just yesterday.
“The threat of terror returned to London today after a large car bomb was found in the heart of the capital,” reports the Daily Mail.
“Bomb squad officers defused the ‘massive’ device after police investigated reports of a suspicious vehicle in the early hours.”
“According to an eyewitness the door staff at the nightclub Tiger, Tiger alerted police after the car, believed to be a silver Mercedes, was driven into bins last night and the driver ran off.”
“The witness said the car was being driven ‘erratically’ before the minor crash. The driver was not stopped.”
In any criminal investigation and in particular terrorism inquiry, it is paramount to look at who has the motive and history to carry out such an attack.
It is important to stress that not every terror attack is necessarily part of some elaborate scheme or conspiracy – indeed it is usually small scale incidents such as this that are the work of lone extremists or Islamic fundamentalists who hate the west, of which Britain is inundated with.
But as the facts emerge we would be foolish to overlook the fact that the British security services were intimately involved in numerous terror attacks in Britain over the past few decades, namely car bombings, that were blamed on the IRA or its offshoots. This is particularly relevant considering that officials have refused to rule out an Irish connection in this case. [read more]