UK government: Terror threat lowest level since July 2005 bombings

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30 June 2009


1) UK government: Terror threat lowest level since 7/7 bombings (July 2009)

2) [from the archives] UK interior minister: The threat of a chemical or nuclear attack is now more real (March 2009)


excerpts from: Terror threat lowest level since 7/7 bombings

by Martin Bentham, Evening Standard, 20 July 2009

The official terrorist threat level was today downgraded to its lowest level since before the 7 July London bombings in 2005.

The decision to reduce the classification from “severe” to “substantial” means that although an attack is believed to remain a strong possibility, it is no longer regarded as highly likely.

The change, which follows a renewed assessment of the danger by the Government’s Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, was announced by Home Secretary [i.e. UK Interior Minister] Alan Johnson. […]

The last time the official threat level – which can range across five classifications from “low” to “critical” – was set at substantial was in May 2005, two months before the July 7 bombings.

Since the London attacks it has generally remained at “severe”, despite occasionally and briefly rising to “critical” […]

The threat level was last at critical in June 2007 following the attack on Glasgow Airport and the failed car bombings in central London.


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Montreal 9/11 Truth Fights City Hall: No False Flag

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Montreal 9/11 Truth tells city hall that by giving the deal for it’s subway’s security to Verint, the same company that provided security in London during the highly suspicious 7/7 bombings, that they had better make sure nothing happens in Montreal and if something does and it gets blamed on Al Qaeda we will not believe them.

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7/7 Mock Terror Drill: What Relationship to the Real Time Terror Attacks? by Michel Chossudovsky (2005)

by Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research, August 8, 2005

A fictional “scenario” of multiple bomb attacks on London’s underground took place at exactly the same time as the bomb attack on July 7, 2005.

Peter Power, Managing Director of Visor Consultants, a private firm on contract to the London Metropolitan Police, described in a BBC interview how he had organized and conducted the anti-terror drill, on behalf of an unnamed business client.

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