2 Responses to “New Material on Manchester alleged blast”

  1. Tapestry says:

    An hour very well spent. I never doubted the Manch bomb was faked event. I watched an interview of supposedly bereaved parents. It was laughable. They weren’t a bit bothered! Easy money acting out terror events. Quick interview then off to the airport for the holiday of a lifetime.. The same narrative of the dead son of local parents was in all our local papers, and it fooled most. In Richard’s film, you get to see the pondlife that carries out faked terror events. He’s getting sued for his troubles. You might send him a Christmas top up.

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      Yes Tap, I agree with all of that

      Rich deserves help, he’s very brave to take on the State like he does in this film. It’s technically a “private” prosecution by very dodgy “victims” as his previous film shows. But it’s hard to believe that the State isn’t involved somewhere

      Most folk would curl up and surrender. Not Rich, he digs even deeper and his work on this staged event is excellent. Just as it was on the fake Boston Marathon event that he references in this film, and a lot more too