Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix concluded that 7/7 was an inside job
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
A British police intelligence analyst who was asked to create a strategic assessment concerning terror threats was fired when he told his superiors that the threat of an “internal tyranny” was far greater than that of Islamic terrorism, after discovering that both 7/7 and 9/11 were false flag attacks.
Tony Farrell, who has a university degree in statistics, was employed for 12 years as a ‘Police Intelligence Analyst’ with South Yorkshire Police. His job was to provide a yearly ‘Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix’ to enable police to prioritize resources and activities. Fully expecting Farrell to regurgitate the contention that Muslim extremists posed the biggest threat, his bosses were stunned when Farrell instead reported that the 2005 London bombings were staged by British intelligence and that the official story was a “monstrous lie”.
During an hour-long interview with Richard D. Hall which was broadcast nationwide on UK television last week, Farrell revealed how one week before the 5th anniversary of 7/7 in 2010, he began researching information suggesting that the official story behind 9/11 was a total fabrication. Farrell cites the Alex Jones Show as being instrumental in his awakening to this knowledge.
After sharing his concerns with the resident police church minister, it was suggested to Farrell that he also investigate the July 2005 London bombings.
“Something he had not suspected ‘in his wildest dreams’ then started to unfold,” writes Nick Kollerstrom. “After reading much of the available but publicly-unreported witness statements and other evidence relating to 7/7, Tony found that he could only conclude that the official 7/7 narrative was ‘a monstrous lie.’ Instead of the official ‘suicide bombers’ narrative, which he and all of his colleagues had believed without question, he realized that the weight of evidence strongly points far more towards 7/7 being an event stage-managed by British intelligence than anything else.”
With the deadline fast approaching for Farrell to present his report to the Intelligence Strategic Management Board, he struggled with his conscience, well aware that if he divulged his contention that internal tyranny and not domestic or Islamic terrorism was the primary threat, he could easily lose his job and with it a 12-year career.
Speaking with the Director of Intelligence at South Yorkshire Police on July 6th, Farrell cautioned that his discovery of 7/7 being “deliberately engineered” by the state threatened to cause a “total breakdown in trust between the government and the masses.”
After stating that the threat from internal tyranny “far exceeded” that posed by Islamic terrorism, Farrell’s Director of Intelligence responded by saying, “Tony, you and I will never get them to tell the truth….we are mere foot-soldiers of the government.”
Farrell’s superiors then ordered him to visit Occupational Health, a development Farrell took as an implication that his colleagues thought he was having a mental breakdown.
“On July 7th 2010, his first line manager, a Detective Chief Inspector spent a good part of the day with him trying to steer him into keeping to the original plan and to avoid rocking the boat. Could they not achieve some sort of compromise – then he could take his three weeks’ leave?” writes Kollerstrom. “To comply with that, he would have had turn a blind eye to his own assessment and deliberately hand over misleading analysis. His ‘strategic’ models were looking promising according to his line manager – yet he could not set aside his new views about ‘internal tyranny.’”
Farrell’s Christian beliefs and his adherence to the 9th commandment, “Thou shalt not bear false witness,” eventually compelled him to file a Strategic Assessment Matrix which included his firm belief that the threat from Islamic terrorism was “insignificant” in comparison to the danger posed by state-sponsored terrorism.
Farrell was told that his conclusion did not match with the ‘National Intelligence Model’ and that his beliefs were “incompatible” with his position. Despite being praised for his excellent service and told by the police’s Director of Finance that his conclusion “may be right,” Farrell was dismissed on September 2nd 2010.
His case is now on appeal with an Employment Tribunal and is set to be heard in Sheffield in early September 2011.
Farrell’s story reminds us that awareness of false flag terror is so prevalent that people on the inside are now coming to the realization that the entire war on terror is a fable built on myths about non-existent Al-Qaeda plots. As we have exhaustively documented, every single major terror plot in the UK or the US has been engineered, provocateured or outright staged by elements within government.
This knowledge is now so widespread that good people within the system are discovering the truth and blowing the whistle, despite the best efforts of the establishment media to demonize any skepticism towards the official story of any major event as tantamount to mental illness.
The story also serves as a reminder of the overwhelming number of sober, respected, educated and credible professionals who have gone public to denounce the official fables behind both 9/11 and 7/7.
Tony Farrell should be commended for his courage in sacrificing his entire career for the truth, and stands as a shining example to everyone else working within the establishment who is considering blowing the whistle on misdeeds, corruption and outright tyranny within government.
Watch the full interview with Tony Farrell below courtesy of RichPlanet.net. Farrell will also be appearing on the Alex Jones Show soon.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.
This article was posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 7:29 am