A PICTURE GALLERY FEATURED ON WEBSITE OF MAJOR UK NEWSPAPER PORTRAYS TERRORIST NUKE ATTACK MAKING WAY FOR A UNION OF NORTH AMERICA
Operation Blackjack Part 1
A bizarre, anonymous and offensive picture gallery currently appearing on the website of the London Telegraph newspaper that tells the story of a terrorist nuke attack on London has left many asking questions about its origin and meaning.
Blackjack - Part 2
What on earth is the purpose of this “photo gallery”, who is the author and why is it being featured on a major UK newspaper website with no explanation whatsoever? Without proper clarification, this amounts to nothing more than bizarre fearmongering and propaganda. It is also downright offensive to people who live in the seven cities being depicted as targets for the nuclear attacks.
According to readers who contacted and questioned the Telegraph as to the origin and meaning of the picture gallery, the response was belligerent and hostile.
But the questions need to keep being asked. This so-called “gallery” has no artistic merit whatsoever, so what is it doing in the “arts and culture” section of a major British newspaper?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and politely ask for clarification on who the author of the gallery is, why it is being run when it obviously has no artistic merit?