Monday, July 11, 2005

Reversal Of Fortune: Germany Behind London Bombings?

VANCOUVER, B.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Although some experts claim last week’s London bombings have the earmarks of an Al Qaeda attack, British Prime Minister Tony Blair may secretly be blaming Germany.

That’s the finding from Vancouver-based backwards speech researcher Jon Kelly, who has analyzed Blair’s comments on the attack by playing them in reverse.

Kelly claims that Blair clearly says, “Arrest the German” and “He’ll beat the German law,” and speculates that German money may have financed the bombings.

But the backwards Blair isn’t the only one giving a germ of truth to the Germany theory. Kelly says reversed comments by British Home Secretary Charles Clarke have him saying “Arrest German money” and Rudolph Guiliani has a backwards message of “Was German.”

So far, the only world leader who isn’t specifically blaming German in reverse is President George W. Bush. Kelly says when his comments are played backwards he can be heard saying, “Paris nuke cities” and “America – the noble people who care.”

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