- Despite quite a lot of discussion on the issue, it seems
clear now that the Mossad office in London received six minutes warning
from British authorities of the London bomb attacks. This isn't surprising,
as Netanyahu was in town and would have been guarded with extreme caution
by both British and Israeli officials. Bibi is one of the most likely assassination
targets in the world, and is a pain in the ass to look after wherever he
- Six minutes warning was also presumably not enough time
to shut down the subway system, if in fact the warning was even sufficiently
precise to refer to a subway attack (it is unclear how specific Bibi's
warning actually was, although it is odd that the conference he was to
attend was in a hotel over one of the attacked subway stations).
- This leaves a startlingly big unanswered question: where
did the warning come from?
- We're now definitively told that the non-suicide bombers/suicide
bombers/non-suicide bombers were actually suicide bombers - and this time
we mean it, dammit!, though the 'fifth man' seems to have again disappeared,
the 'mastermind' isn't the mastermind, the real 'mastermind' is one of
the bombers, and the whole nature of the explosives is inexplicably still
being investigated - meaning that four unremarkable guys wandered into
the London subway system all by themselves, leaving behind a car full of
explosives (if there was no 'fifth man' or 'mastermind', was going to use
these explosives?), and simply blew themselves up. Who then provided the
warning? And why provide a warning so late that it was not useful?