Glasgow helicopter. Was someone rocking the boat?

Hi Tap, just a thought regarding the Glasgow Helicopter Crash.

It would be easy to tamper with , & bring down an Establishment Helicopter where ever they wanted to.

Was this a Warning Not To Rock The Boat?


TAP – strange how government and media were on site actually witnessing the crash as it happened.  That’s very 911.  Interesting comments below point out today is St Andrews Day, and other possible connections.  The Clutha means The Clyde in Celtic.

From the Daily Express Online.

Gordon Smart, editor of the Sun’s Scottish edition, saw the helicopter come down from a multi-storey car park around 250 yards away.

He told Sky News: “It was just such a surreal moment. It looked like it was dropping from a great height at a great speed. There was no fire ball and I did not hear an explosion. It fell like a stone. The engine seemed to be spluttering.”

Passers-by helped punters escape from the dust-filled venue, forming a ‘human chain’ to lift those unconscious clear of the rubble.

One of those who helped was Labour’s international development spokesman Jim Murphy, who saw a “pile of people clambering out” of the bar as he was driving past.

“I jumped out and tried to help,” he said. 

“There were people with injuries. Bad gashes to the head. Some were unconscious. I don’t know how many.

Anonymous said…
Also, Police Scotland have appealed for any video or audio footage and photos….why? to destroy any vital evidence that may go against the narrative?

Also check out the date. 29 Nov. 2+9 = 11 Nov 11 month. 11/11 A fav number to some! 

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27 Responses to “Glasgow helicopter. Was someone rocking the boat?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    On the eve of St Andrew’s day, a warning to leaders of the Scottish nationalists from the English establishment? … EMP weapon?

  2. Anonymous says:

    First Minister Alex Salmond described the helicopter crash as a ‘black day’ for Scotland.

    Friday was Asda’s “Black Friday” day.

    Today, Saturday, 30th November is St Andrews Day.

    Alex Salmond christens election helicopter ‘Saltire One’

    St Andrew’s Day: Google Doodle marks Scotland’s national day with fluttering Saltires

    St Andrew is also the patron saint of singers. The Clutha bar has singers every night.

    An Clutha is the Gaelic name for The Clyde.


  3. Anonymous says:

    Oddly enough when I heard a chopper had come down the first thougt was “was this a form of satanic sacrifice”?

    Other comments here would support the idea something isnt right.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yes, was no accident I fear. I am pretty certain this is just the beginning of a troublesome time for Scotland. Especially as CCTV in my area is being upgraded and one of the reasons given was for co-ordinating major emergency operations. In a rural area?…

  5. cmdr lewis collins says:

    que thomas hamilton 2
    gun lunattic running amok.
    activate local beard fake muslim nutters.
    activate boston brakes on the salmon.
    bonny scotland like blackmailed norway will get back into line.
    by hook or by rothschild crook.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Also, Police Scotland have appealed for any video or audio footage and photos….why? to destroy any vital evidence that may go against the narrative? It is definitely a warning of some kind. It’s all far too coincidental. Also check out the date. 29 Nov. 2+9 = 11 Nov 11 month. 11/11 A fav number to some!

  7. Chris Jones says:

    The original Welsh/Brythonic name for Strathclyde is Ystrad Clud – from which Clutha comes..

    Whatever occurred in this incident it’s obvious that the agents of the crown have got some serious issues with the Celtic peoples as well as the people of England..

  8. Anonymous says:


    Car crash ends in a total fire carnage

    Maybe the Glasgow helicopter club incident are very lucky

    1 December 2013
    Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker dies in California car crash


  9. Anonymous says:

    Also if u heard sounbite on sky news,from girl who was there,she says at end,”luckily there was an ambulance parked outside”

  10. Anonymous says:

    There’s more to it. I’m reliably informed that Chief Constable Sir Stephen House is a ‘shirt-lifter’ and is moving his type of people into key positions within the Scottish police. If those on the helicopter are people who weren’t moving out of the way….?

  11. Anonymous says:

    Chris Jones-spot on.

    Very little is ever said about the Celtic connection between Scotland and Wales, especially Welsh language being the main spoken togue in Glasgow and the west of Scotland up until the 12th century, the connection with St Kentigern and that of Cambria which stretched up to Dunbarton and the isle off Helensborough.

    Also buried is the connection with William Wallace and Wales, Wallace belonging to a part of the West coast of Scotland known for speaking Welsh-in fact its rumoured that the name comes from De Wallage, “of the Welsh” in France.

    The virtual genocide practiced by the zionist funded Saxon crowns and the deliberate burial of Welsh history and language is not by chance. The similarity between the Welsh language and some forms of Hebrewic are startling, as are cultural and physical/genome similarities.

    It seems that Scotland is being set up by the eternal gangsters, and strife between the Celtic nations of this country being fermented, such as the recent announcement that King Arthur was Scottish, when a mass of evidence has been found that he was based in Wales (although that doesnt mean he didnt have connections to Scotland or Cornwall, or indeed Brittany, as we were all one Celtic nation before the Norman/Saxon occupiers). Also interestingly theres a possibility that Joseph or Arimithea had dealings with this part of the world and also its said that Christ came to Cornwall as his father was a tin miner?

    Our whole history has been distorted for some reason, and its true that the victors write the history books, such as the Roman character assasination of the Celts, but I certainly think theres much more to it and the shadow leaders behind the facades of power throughout the centuries. And they are the same parasite, the money lender.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Well Glasgow has just been awarded a massive surveillance contract hasnt it? ..state of the art facial recognition in all public places and listening devices in lamposts apparently.

    Also the Common Purpose/homosexual/peadophilia connection within its council, wasnt there a CEO called Purnell who had young men commiting
    suicide on the council chamber steps?

  13. Anonymous says:

    Glad wasn’t the only one thinking this is all a bit sus !

    This ‘expert’ quoted on the BBC starts off by saying that because it was night then they can’t really rely on witnesses, then goes onto say the investigators will be looking at gearbox, engine and tail rotor issues (what a genius) mentions possibility of coptor going into wind vortex and ends by saying that given ‘witnesses to date’ then it is most likely an issue with the tail rotor !! And piece has that title.

    A very bizarre clip – watch for this being the official outcome in a year’s time ! Be interesting to see what develops – this guy also mentions the ‘3rd party risks’ of using a helicopter over the city – may be the stick for the carrot of increased surveillance in cities – like Glasgow has just got allegedly – because it’s safer for the citizens! (Like the train derailments in Canada make it safer to have a very unpopular pipeline from BC to the US).

    Isn’t this more Hegelian fascist stuff? Eyes open people.
    RIP to the victims and much love and healing to their families.

    Wouldn’t be surprised if the actual time of the incident turns out to be 2222 hrs and not 2225 as per BBC given the other numeric ‘coincidences’.

  14. thought the eurocopter had no tail rotor?

  15. Anonymous says:

    Thought they could Autogyro if the engine failed ?
    Otherwise they would be crashing all over the place if they ran out of fuel for instance.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Thought they could Autogyro if the engine failed ?
    Otherwise they would be crashing all over the place if they ran out of fuel for instance.

  17. sovereigntea says:

    One “eye witness” claimed the main rotor had “stopped” whilst the chopper was airborne. If that were the case at such low altitude how is it that the pilot made a semi controlled landing on the roof ? Something smells !

  18. Anonymous says:

    Paul Walker thing was reported on TMZ two days before the same as the memorial pages for various US tragedies being set up days before the events. As for Glasgow, fastest clean up of and accident I have seen.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Also Press and MP’s all within yards of the place. People who are usually in London might I add.

  20. Anonymous says:

    It just fell from the sky ………???? the only police helicopter in the whole of Scotland …thats what BBC are saying you couldn’t make this up …..

  21. Anonymous says:

    The best place to start would be to ask helicopter pilots and engineers on what would cause this to happen then take it from there. We are so used to assuming everything is a conspiracy because it normally is but freak accidents do happen.

  22. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, The “helicopter fell from a great height”, how come it’s nearly in one piece, and made out of alloy.
    Reminds me of the airliner that cut through steel beams and came out intact on the other side of the building.
    If it was dark, how could the main rotor blade be seen to stop rotating.
    I think we could investigate this more .

  23. Anonymous says:

    An aircraft, used by the police, and it’s reported that there is no black box? Take me back to the Clyde and my banana boat eh!

  24. Anonymous says:

    So according to msm, the helicopter lost radar contact at 22:22, after being given special permission to re enter Glasgow air space at 22:18 and there was no mechanical reason for the helicopter to come down and remains a mystery. Hmmmmm…..

  25. Anonymous says:

    I drove into the city center that night around 7.45pm. There was a huge police presence at Bath st/ Pit St down to the corner whee the Griffin pub is. No one seemed to be doing anything though, just standing about with 2 streets blocked off, and their emergency response truck sitting doing nothing. There were also more police around the Glasgow Green area at the Barras, doing what? I don’t know! But they were definitely there! I just found it strange and even mentioned it to my Mrs when I got home around 9pm. An hour or more later and I was seeing the news reports. I don’t know about false flags etc, but could this have maybe been a police exercise that unfortunately went wrong because the helicopter ran out of fuel?

  26. Deborah says:

    Hi there

    I saw this report on another blog somewhere regarding some of the roads near the pub being blocked off a couple of hours before the helicopter crashed into the pub. Your post is just a section from that, can you tell me please, where you got it from as I have been looking for it myself to show someone?

    Kind regards


  27. Anonymous says:

    This was used to “blood” the banks of the Clyde with a sacrifice. Look at the former Commonwealth Games cities who have also had a fatal accident within their limits about 8 months prior to the games opening.

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