I’m not here to endorse the idea of a False Flag attack in London. I’m just repeating what Theresa May said of the London Bridge terrorist attackers, as pointed out by YouTuber, Xenozeraph1776:
“All three [of the attackers] were wearing what appeared to be explosive vests but the police have established that this clothing was fake and worn only to spread panic and fear.”
Does that make any sense or even remotely sound like something real terrorists would do?
And what are these police officers (?) doing, changing costumes behind some vans?
Xenozeraph1776 refers to [the exasperation caused by] how everyone on YouTube “Calls everything a False Flag” and asks, “What’s the [real] agenda” of the London Bridge bombings?
He suggests that Theresa May had already answered that question for him, when she said, “We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed. Yet, that is precisely what the Internet and the big companies that provide Internet-based services provide (sic). We need to work with allied Democratic governments to reach international agreements that regulate cyberspace, to prevent extremist and terrorism planning…and we need to do what we can at home to prevent the risks of extremism online.”
Theresa May has been talking about “regulating the Internet” for several years. Now, she’s using this London Bridge event with fake-vest-wearing attackers as a platform to call for it, again.
CNN’s Podesta toady, Jake Tapper is shown running this idea up the flagpole with his guest, Senator Mark Warner (D-VA). The latter speaks to a debate that has come up frequently within the past week about social media platforms and how they escape the regulations of large media corporations by classifying themselves as technology corporations. Although Google, Facebook, Twitter and others already have hundreds of thousands of moderators and/or censors working for them, this is not enough for Theresa May.