Saturday, 27 August 2011

Muad'Dib is Free

Have you heard, Muad’Dib is free.

You know Muad’Dib (pronounced Moor-Dib). A weird name I agree. He looks like Merlin with his long white beard. An unlikely hero who fights against the evil in our so--ci--e--ty.

Muad’Dib, boy, what a story. If you haven’t heard about Muad’Dib and 7/7 Ripple Effect, well I don’t want to be rude, but you’ve had your head in the sand for the last few years.

In a nut shell, Muad’Dib contends the 7/7 London bombings WEREN’T, I repeat WEREN’T, carried out by four home-grown Islamic fundamentalists as our government and state media has lead us to believe.

He is so sure of this and believes he has evidence to support this statement, he filmed a documentary called 7/7 Ripple Effect, bringing all this evidence onto one round disc.

If you haven’t watched it yet, you really should. I found it both professional and compelling. This is the work of a sound and intelligent mind bringing together a wealth of information, pointing to a set of facts which our government and state media are telling us are lies.

Watch it if you haven’t done so already.

Basically, do you remember the inquest into the 7/7 London bomb victims? Well, not quite into them, but rather the inquest into the secret services response to 7/7, and how if it happened again, what would be the lessons learnt so on and so on.

Well, at the start of the inquest the presiding judge and prosecuting barrister, told the twelve members of the jury that the four young men, Mohammed Sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Germaine Lindsay and Haib Hussain were guilty of the 7/7 London bombings.

Having seen 7/7 Ripple Effect you can see why this assertion in a court of law infuriated Muad’Dib to such a degree that he felt he had to send a copy of his documentary to the presiding judge.

After all, isn’t it a duty of every citizen to submit evidence to a court of law in the event of an impending injustice occurring?

Yes, of-course it is. And yes, even to the most layman of citizens, we all know that each and every one of us are innocent until proven guilty. It’s the back-bone of British justice after-all. And as none of the four alleged bombers have had their day in court, isn’t it right and proper not to label them guilty of a crime they have never been found guilty off.

Oh, but no, you wouldn’t believe what happened next......

You would not believe it, Adam and Eve it.

He only goes and get’s arrested for perverting the course of justice.

Arrested for sending a disc of his documentary to a court of law because he believed a grave injustice was being perpetrated.

He was living in Ireland at this time. So, low and behold he gets arrested and imprisoned while his extradition to England is finalised.

He spends a year fighting his extradition, while the clogs of in-justice turn and before he knows it he’s on the way across the Irish Channel.

Back in England, at Wandsworth Prison, it just gets worse.

For a start he’s deleted from the system. No-one knows where he is or whether he is or not.

When the cock-up is eventually rectified, the mistakes still came thick and fast, because on more than one occasion he was expected at court only for the prison to lose him in the system, unable to get him to his court hearings.

The consequence of-course meant he spent more time in prison than he had too.

So eventually in March 2011, he got his day in court and started off the proceedings by calling into doubt the legality of the authority of the Queen, as head of state and monarchy, due to fundamental mistakes made in her Coronation. Number one being that the Destiny Stone was a fake and two, that she has broken the oath to the British people by allowing sovereign duties, be passed to the European Parliament.

Brilliant in my opinion. I don’t think that had ever been brought up in a court of law before.

As you would expect these contentions were swiped aside with distain by the Judge. And the case went ahead.

Thankfully the 7/7 Ripple Effect documentary was shown to the jury. Praise be for some justice in our judicial system.

After a day of the mumbo-jumbo of legalise and the character slaughter of the prosecution, it was finally time for Muad’Dib to take the witness-stand.

He explained to the jury that he sent the DVDs to the courthouse because innocent men were being maliciously prosecuted, just like he was, and that he could not sit back and watch people go to prison for something they didn’t do.

Justice prevailed that day and after two and a half hours wait, the jury returned a 10-12, 'not guilty' verdict. Of-course the presiding judge wasn’t happy. He had done everything is his power to send Muad’Dib down, and as the public gallery erupted into spontaneous applause the judge made a hasty retreat.

Muad’Dib should never have stood trial for perverting the cause of justice. He should have been praised for up-holding it.

The whole stinking story illustrates a perversion at the very heart of the British Judicial System. That they can muck about with judicial procedures, depriving a man of his liberty, is criminal and sick.

This story proves there are dark forces (as Queen Elizabeth said herself), at work behind the scenes.

The same dark forces who will do everything in their power to cover the facts of the 7/7 London terrorist attacks, which is so obviously a false flag terror attack.

Muad’Dib is a modern day hero. If you don’t know that, well, I’m afraid you don’t know twat and you’d better catch up with the real world around you.

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