Woolwich psyop organisers make more little errors

London’s false flag even more pathetic than the Boston Bombing

Here’s a comment left at “From the Trenches” from someone who apparently lives nearby:

I must admit I was very surprised at how quickly the EDL capitalised and mobilised in numbers to the area.

I wonder too if the people around thought an episode of the “Bill” was being filmed as it was shot in and around Woolwich when it was still running on the TV and the locals were used to film shoots.

There are some valid questions in this article and I spotted them moving the tent and wondered why they were and did actually note the blood stopping some feet away from the end position of the body as well as lack of blood on the arms or chest area of the suspects. I am also noting the press got the barracks name continually wrong, the primary barracks is that of the Artillery but it was continually referred to as that of the Fusiliers. It is interesting to note as well that the Artillery since the pub opposite its gate was blown up by the IRA maintained a constantly and heavily manned checkpoint and why the military police did not respond too.


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One Response to “Woolwich psyop organisers make more little errors”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s where the Fusileers are based, that’s why it was referred to correctly as their barracks.

    Military Police and Soldiers can’t respond, they have no jurisdiction outside their own base.

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