Tuesday, June 5, 2012

OLYMPIC ARMAGEDDON LONDON 2012








Internment | nuclear bomb up the Thames | target London 2012 Games | British Occupied Ireland  |  Security Minister Lord West warn | Internment | real danger | Al Qaeda  | boat to transport a 'dirty' nuclear bomb up the Thames | Internment | detonate it in the heart of London | Internment | Home Office meeting room | London Olympic stadium | a dirty bomb up the Thames | Internment | London Olympics of 2012 ! the Queen | Olympic Stadium top terrorist target on earth | MI6 | MI5 | Internment | Special Forces | Internment | Metropolitan Police's SO15 Counter-Terrorism Unit | Government departments | Stadium | Teams of sniffer dogs | Olympic site | explosives | skies above London | British Occupied Ireland  | police spotter drones | traffic. Helicopters with radiation sensors |  Internment | gamma rays | nuclear device | Internment | GCHQ surveillance centre in Cheltenham | sudden spike | communications traffic | Internment | British Occupied Ireland  |

Warning ! Warning ! | British Occupied Ireland  | Security Minister Lord West | Internment |  terrorists attack from water on the London Olympics | GCHQ supercomputer | strontium-90 | A dirty bomb | British Occupied Ireland  | the Olympic Stadium | Internment |  Russian mafia gang | strontium sold on to Al Qaeda |  strontium's radioactivity undetectable | British Occupied Ireland  | transported it to the UK | container marked Agricultural Equipment | Internment |  'Dirty bomb' | some kind of nuke | British Occupied Ireland  | Ministry of Defence | dirty bomb contains nuclear material | he toxic dust | Olympic Stadium in Stratford ! east London | taking shape | Internment |Londoners exposed to high doses of radioactive material will die ! high-explosive bomb in the Olympic Stadium | British Occupied Ireland  |  the whole thing'll be live on TV | Britain's reputation in the world 'Devastated,' | Al Qaeda the greatest propaganda triumph | Internment |


 Ministry of Defence. | British Occupied Ireland  | 'strontium's case, would emit radiation for 30 years | Internment |Olympic site...' 'Would be a write-off,city centre hit by a dirty bomb | British Occupied Ireland  | A dirty bomb in central London devastating | Politically, financially, psychologically, country never recover | Internment | Pakistani industrialist | upper-class Englishwoman | Harrow and Oxford | Al Qaeda explosives expert  | deadly strontium-90 |  C4 plastic explosive !  State-of-the-art !| British Occupied Ireland  | expert sent a coded message on his i-Phone | Internment |  a dusty white Transit van | British Occupied Ireland  |  East London | The river flows to the Thames | Internment | passes right by the Olympic Stadium |  Olympic Stadium |  Internment | glorious martyrdom | telecoms experts determining the location message | British Occupied Ireland  | bomb-disposal teams on-site at the Olympic Stadium | Internment |

dignitaries | arrive at the Olympic Stadium | Internment | sailing along the Thames| Tower Bridge | magnificent speedboat | Olympic Stadium on an island | British Occupied Ireland  |surrounded by rivers and canals | River Lee Navigation runs along one side of the stadium | Internment | canal all the way from the Olympic site to Birmingham | stadium extremely vulnerable to waterborne attack | coming a radioactive dirty bomb | rocketing past Hackney Marshes | Internment | Metropolitan Police patrol helicopter |  'This is the Metropolitan Police |  British Occupied Ireland  |Stop immediately or we will shoot | repeat: stop or we will shoot.'| Internment |


The boat kept coming | British Occupied Ireland  | a four-man SAS squad added hailstorm of hot lead | one bullet after another |  hit in the shoulder| ignored the pain | stadium |a couple of hundred metres | British Occupied Ireland  | guns kept firing | ripping into his heart | slumped forward over the controls | British Occupied Ireland  | a smile on his face | too late to stop him now |  ATO found the massive bomb | 48 seconds till detonation | British Occupied Ireland  |The show was about to begin | ATO |examined the wires and circuit boards | British Occupied Ireland  | Thirty seconds | couldn't fix it in time | Twenty seconds | ... 15... 10...| less than 200m away | another Transit van | British Occupied Ireland  | Trafalgar Square and its celebrating crowds | .. British Occupied Ireland  | picture of the olympic staduim | with the nuclear explosion | a full nuclear explosion in the Olympic stadium | involving an aircraft | British Occupied Ireland  | main Polaris base in the UK | Tom Cain  |  Daily Mail | British Occupied Ireland  |






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