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Birmingham stands united in joining the nation in strongly condemning the abhorrent and brutal murder in Woolwich yesterday. The incident is a truly barbaric crime and has no place in any society. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim and his family. We understand the victim to be a serving British soldier and extend our sympathy to members of the Armed Forces at this difficult time. We also condemn the attacks on places of worship following the murder and urge communities to remain calm and come together in solidarity. We call upon all people to join us in praying for the victim, his family and for the peace of our Cities. Birmingham Social Cohesion Forum Birmingham Faith Round Table (Although this is a statement on behalf of the above groups I am happy to endorse it myself)


Ian Glen said…
Please take a look at the minutely documented inconsistencies in all the Press/TV video footage of the event on Chris Spivey's Blog pages, ( and you may reach the conclusion I came to, that this was a "False Flag" event staged by our own Government.
I don't expect this comment to pass moderation, but you should give it your own urgent attention.
John Hemming said…
Sorry, but I don't believe that this is right. I have passed the comment through moderation, but that does not mean that I agree with it.
Jake Maverick said…
how da smeg can be subscribed here when the fascists censor all my posts/ expalinging the balatantly obvious anyway? i never mentione dit being false flag....
Jake Maverick said…

you ever heard of contelpro?
Jake Maverick said…

must have been particularly 'bad' then if the perps been rewarded with all expenses paid holiday again....

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