2017 Westminster attack

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Event.png 2017 Westminster attack (Deep event) Rdf-icon.png
Westminster terror attack.jpg
Date22 March 2017
LocationWestminster,  London,  UK
Blamed onKhalid Masood
Type• Vehicle-ramming attack
• stabbing
Injured (non-fatal)~40
DescriptionA combined vehicle assault and stabbing attack at an iconic London location

On 22 March 2017 an event occurred on and around Westminster Bridge in central London, and the palace of Westminster. On 24th March, Lasha Darkmoon published a pictorial summary of the commercially-controlled media accounts.

Official narrative

A man later identified as Khalid Masood, drove into a number of pedestrians, killing two on Westminster Bridge.[1] He then fatally stabbed a police officer, PC Keith Palmer within the grounds of the Palace of Westminster, before being shot dead by other officers.[2]


Full article: Khalid Masood

Khalid Masood, named as the perpetrator,[3] was reportedly already known to MI5 – "but had been dismissed as a 'peripheral figure'.”[4]


CCTV footage, from a distant camera was posted on the internet on 22 March 2017, consistent with unexpected and reckless driving by a white van on Westminster Bridge.[5] Many witness testimonies have also been published on Youtube.


After it was claimed that Masood used WhatsApp three minutes before he was shot and killed, Amber Rudd, the UK Home Secretary said that users should not be able to encrypt their messages. The New York Times described this as "the latest move in a widening global push against encryption technology that blocks access to the private messages of criminal and innocent users alike."[6] This parallels the contradictory claim made after the JFK assassination that (i) Oswald was a "lone nut" ; (ii) wider mass surveillance was needed to prevent future attacks.[7]


The attack coincided with a debate leading to a vote in Holyrood on whether Scotland should hold a second referendum on Scottish independence before Brexit is finalised. The debate was suspended as the attack unfolded, to be resumed on Tuesday 28 March, and the vote in the Scottish Parliament rescheduled for 14:20 hours.[8]

In a Veterans Today article, Kevin Barrett suggested that the Westminster attack, coming exactly one year after the Mass murder in Brussels, might have been an Operation Gladio/B operation. Barrett questioned why when wielding only a knife, the perpetrator was shot dead, observing that this would avoid the need of a trial:

"Was alleged London attacker Khalid Masood 'on the radar' of MI5 (like almost all false flag patsies) because he was an intelligence asset?"[9]



Craig Mackey


The Official Culprit

Khalid Masood