7/7: Ripple Effect

Verint Systems is the security firm that is responsible for the CCTV surveillance cameras, in the London Underground rail network, and it is an Israeli company, with approximately 1000 employees. This documentary explores why no CCTV footage of the four Muslims boarding the tube-trains has been released by Verint; who claim that their cameras were not working. Why? Because the four Muslims were not on the tube-trains that blew up. Dear viewer, I hope this finds you well, in good spirit and having a good day.

Regarding the 7/7/2005 terrorist attacks in London, let us look at the facts, and what we were told, and compare them. Then, using Ockham’s Razor and common-sense, let us see what conclusions are to be drawn, so we can all understand what most likely really did happen that day.

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  1. Hmm that’s quite a compelling theory, although claiming to be following Ocam’s Razor (the principle that the simplest solution should be considered the most likely) is a little misleading because implying a secret police-police-transport-government-private companies conspiracy is far more complex than a conspiracy of a few radicalised individuals.
    The end of the film, with the Oswald-JFK reference and then veering off into the realms of the NWO orbit, whilst interesting in its own regard (possibly) detracts from the more serious nature of the main part of the film.

    Also, viewers should be aware of who is behind this film. At the end of the film is a link to, owned by JAH publications, Gibraltar. This in turn is part of which will fire you off out of orbit to ancient prophesies, Nostradamus and the Fountain of Truth!
    (using and Google)

    It’s at least a well made film, shame about the whacky provenance undermining it.

  2. 900 MHz systems can be utilized in installations where the signal should go through drywall and even trees to reach the receiver. There’s also not a great deal of interference with other devices. Regrettably there are only two channels obtainable at 900 MHz. 2.four GHz methods are much more common, and there are 12 channels available, however, it’s rare that you are able to discover a channel that’s not already in use by another wi-fi device. five.8 GHz setups have a much better chance of success, since there’s less interference and you will find eight channels obtainable (so you are able to have up to eight cameras). The biggest challenge is the sign cannot go via many walls without lots of degradation.

    • What’s this to do with the movie? What you’re saying is completely untrue anyway. Time to go back to school I think 😂