A charlatane called Rachel North (Rachel McFadyen) who runs a suspicious blog called "Rachel From North London" has made a lot of money and publicity out of claiming to have been on the carriage bombed on the 7th July 2005. BUT why has she always been so fit and well? How has she heartlessly made so much money and created so much publicity when no one else has wanted to? Why does she specialise in false accusations? Who can back up her claims? What is the TRUTH? Is her story a SCAM?
Wednesday, 16 July 2008
Some Tavistock questions
Habib Hussain is held responsible for bombing the bus at Tavistock square. Along with his silent co defendants he has put up no form of defence for reasons apparent. More questions surround his bombing than the others. Mainly because he obviously changed his mind about bombing a train on the London Metro, offered his co ds an excuse by mobile and left the scene. Half an hour later a bomb went off at the back of a Tavistock Square bus.
The nature of the explosive found is highly volatile. It is easy to set if off by accident. We note that Hussain whose profile can be found on the J7 Truth Campaign website went to the top of a bus, and took a back seat. A very determined bomber would have taken a seat on the ground deck and stood in the middle, like Germaine Lindsay.
This bomber looks as if he changed his mind and tried to get out. He might have foolishly got on public transport and his bomb might have been detonated by unexpected factors. He might have suddenly changed his mind again and set it off. One thing for sure, that day he was a real fool.
Germaine's false assumption that a chemical bomb would 'blow the show' at the front carriage of his train ( causing a chain explosive reaction ) and Hussain's behaviour give the 'clean skin' appearance which MI5 gave the public before back pedalling.
We make the observation, we don't wish to theorise.
We appreciate that the effects of Hussain's bomb were limited, and that people at the front of the bus escaped. This was because the bomb was not in such a tightly confined and well sealed space. Accused Lindsay's bomb blasted the entire inside of carriage 1. away. We know that for sure.
We also point out that the metro tubes are not built by Mercedes Benz. Neither are the Double Decker buses. The bendy buses are. The buses might appear to be better made that the tube trains. We wonder why Rachel who has very probably observed the above points pays no attention to this, when it is quite clear that she has been praying for one of Mercedez cars for five years.
We will be looking at these questions. We will also be looking at the exact amount that Rachel has probably earned from selling her stories and her so called political opinions to the press. We pause for a commercial break, Rachel's favorite.
We have seen that anyone who disagrees with Rachel's version of events or objects to her terrible batterings, either or, is immediately labelled "poor muppet, (or patronising) muppet. Sheesh." We draw allusion to the much battered Kermit the Frog with whom Rachel ( Miss Piggy) appears to be extending the famous thwarted romance.
We note that Kermit bears some resemblance to Richard of Richard and Judy fame. We provide our readers with the link to our post which demonstrates Rachel's Richard and Judy scam.
We want to provide a link to a book which is written by the author of BBC Mastermind which we believe will help readers decide about Rachel "North". It is called 'Fakers, Forgers and Phoneys' and it brings the reality of these people home to the unsuspecting public. We find that Rachel and the different people mentioned within the book have very similar traits. The 'faker' parts are very interesting.
Fakers, Forgers & Phoneys is a masterful exploration of the shadowy world of deception and counterfeiting. The 16 case studies in this intriguing collection reveal:
• how a house-painter-cum-art-restorer fooled the art world and became a national TV celebrity in 1979;
• the identity of the person who fabricated the ‘missing link’ human skull which was discovered in a gravel pit at Piltdown in Essex in 1912;
• how a mystery man known by the unlikely name of George Psalmanazar fooled the London literary world in 1704 with his lurid accounts of cannibalism and polygamy in his native island of Formosa (Taiwan);
• how an obese cockney adventurer resident in Australia succeeded in passing himself off as a slim young English aristocrat who had disappeared more than ten years earlier in 1854 (‘The Tichborne Claimant’); and
• how a suave London conman inveigled a struggling artist to become involved in the greatest British art scam of the twentieth century.
Fakers, Forgers & Phoneys is the essential guide to the most ingenious art and literary forgeries, archaeological frauds, and imposters and hoaxers in the world.
We also provide a link to a Cyber Museum of famous scams.