Another terror attack. After a while, one becomes a little desensitised. Hard to know what’s real and what isn’t any more, we’ve so many of these and inevitably, the usual agendas, speculations, theories and counter-theories are coalescing. My heart goes out to the people of Manchester, regardless of what happened of the agendas and conspiracies.
I grew up in the Industrial North of England (Bradford to be precise) and have several friends from Manchester. The stirring hyperbole about “Tight knit community” etc etc doesn’t reverberate with me, as my memories are of a grim brick and concrete industrial hell that I couldn’t wait to leave, and I’m sure after this, the heightened surveillance and policing will make it all the more oppressive and fearful. In fact I recall the North of England as a cultural melting pot constantly on the brink of racial and religious mayhem.
Perhaps terror attacks like this, wether real, staged or whatever, are intended to bring everyone together and “heal the divisions”. You know, Agenda 30, New World Order.
Excuse my weary cynicism folks, and once again, I am sorry for all those affected. I hope people wake up and start asking how and why, and take a look at the bigger picture.