• Terror on the Tube, by Nick Kollerstrom
The new edition of Nicks book, Terror on the Tube, Behind the Veil of 7/7' aims to open up public debate over who perpetrated the London bombings – including an in-depth analysis of the five-month ’7/7 Inquest’ held. It may be the only book that will give you real answers, over just what happened on that day.

The NEW EDITION of ‘Terror On the Tube’ has a full analysis if the 5-month 7/7 Inquest, and its the only book you can get which will really tell you the truth about what happened on that day.

Morning Star Review

This important book tears to shreds the official explanation of the 7/7 bombings. No readers will be surprised to be told about government lies, but Kollerstrom presents a detailed analysis based on a wealth of information that is staggering in its implications. The government story is demolished. Times, photographs, official statements – all are subject to careful scrutiny that leaves nothing standing. Kollerstrom admits that the truth about 7/7 may never be known, and argues for a proper public enquiry. He also attempts a posthumous rehabilitation of the four so-called bombers. So who was responsible? The author describes ‘false-flag terror’, staged by governments to achieve political ends. Webster Tarpley, an US analyst, said in 2005: ‘Last week’s London explosions carry the characteristic features of state-sponsored, synthetic provocation by networks within the British intelligence services MI-5, MI-6, the Home Office, and the Metropolitan Special Branch who are favourable to a wider Anglo-American aggressive war in the Middle East.’ The false-flag argument is extended to other much-publicised terrorist atrocities – 9/11, Bali, Madrid, Istanbul and Mumbai. Such events, with the focus here on 7/7, imply obvious state-organised conspiracies. It is true that some conspiracy theories are nonsense, but before you dismiss Kollerstrom’s case you should read this well-researched and impressive book.<br><br>
Geoff Simons, The Morning Star.

Terror on the Tube, by Nick Kollerstrom

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