Started by EvadingGrid, Sep 15, 2017, 03:46:07 AM
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Quote from: EvadingGrid on Sep 17, 2017, 10:18:28 AMI looked really hard, but could not see a single sign that anything at all had happened.How come the the actual bucket is like 99% intact, and yet the lid is black charcoal ?I also wonder why anyone would think that a plastic bucket with a pop-off lid is a suitable casing for a bomb !!!Is it not obvious that the only thing that is going to happen is the lid would fly off, and at that spilt second the pressure from the expanding gas would dissipate...As for using Fairy Lights as detonators, I'm speechless at the stupidity . . . . they are not known for reliability or quality.
Quote from: EvadingGrid on Sep 18, 2017, 04:54:43 AMTo quote the chief patsy suspect :"'For better life you need to have weed, vodka and drugs."Source Daily MailLast Edit by Palmerston
Quote from: David Icke Bot on Sep 18, 2017, 05:40:06 AMArmed SAS troops with 'shoot to kill' orders are deployed on London Underground to monitor suspicious passengershttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4893424/Armed-SAS-troops-shoot-kill-orders-deployed.html'Armed special forces troops are being deployed on the London Underground and have been told to 'shoot to kill' terrorists.Members of the SAS and the Special Reconnaissance Regiment have been told to target terrorists who are on trains, buses and planes.It is believed some of the troops will patrol the busy tube network in the capital in pairs and will be disguised as couples.They will be armed with Glock 9mm semi-automatic pistols so they can 'take down' potential gunmen and suicide bombers, reports the Daily Star Sunday.Those in the special covert teams have been trained at the SAS base in Hereford for the past few months.A source said they are trained in 'rapid-fire techniques' and told the newspaper: 'The task force is comprised of some of the most experienced special forces personnel in the Army.'Read more: Armed SAS troops with 'shoot to kill' orders are deployed on London Underground to monitor suspicious passengersLast Edit by Palmerston