King's Cross Images

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King's Cross Images

amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

09 May 2008, 21:36 #1

"No one understood better than Stalin that the true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought immediately reveals itself as a jarring dissonance." Leonard Schapiro
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amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

09 May 2008, 21:54 #2



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How many security cameras can you get in one shot? Eleven or twelve in this one of King's Cross - can you do better? (Note - this picture uploaded before 7/7/2005. Recontextualisation, I think they call it).
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So - what is this? It swivels round occasionally and points at what look like reflective targets all over the platform - you can see one of them on the left, diagonally down from the CCTV camera. It's on the northbound Piccadilly line platform at King's Cross St. Pancras.

Exciting (?) update: It is indeed, as speculated, a surveying device that measures any movement to ensure there is no land slip.
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"No one understood better than Stalin that the true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought immediately reveals itself as a jarring dissonance." Leonard Schapiro
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amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

09 May 2008, 22:18 #3



(King's Cross St. Pancras)

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CCTV cameras (5 of them) at King's Cross railway station.
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(Kings Cross, Northern Line)

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(Kings Cross, Northern Line)

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"No one understood better than Stalin that the true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought immediately reveals itself as a jarring dissonance." Leonard Schapiro
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amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

09 May 2008, 23:18 #4

Official Narrative wrote:09.19: Hussain is seen on Grays Inn Road. Around this time, a man fitting Hussain’s description was seen on the no 91 bus travelling from King’s Cross to Euston Station, looking nervous and pushing past people.


(Gray's Inn Road)

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(Gray's Inn Road)

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(Gray's Inn Road, Bindman & Partners, CCTV, Bus Stop)

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(Gray's Inn Road, Lloyds TSB, CCTV)

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(Gray's Inn Road, 07.07.2005)

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"No one understood better than Stalin that the true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought immediately reveals itself as a jarring dissonance." Leonard Schapiro
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amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

10 May 2008, 17:47 #5

"No one understood better than Stalin that the true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought immediately reveals itself as a jarring dissonance." Leonard Schapiro
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amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

10 May 2008, 20:43 #6


The Underground? Nope, it's City Thameslink, from a Luton-bound service. Note the signals mounted horizontally due to the restricted clearances.
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While i was waiting for the train to arrive to take me to the Luton airport.
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"No one understood better than Stalin that the true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought immediately reveals itself as a jarring dissonance." Leonard Schapiro
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amirrortotheenemy
Joined: 06 Nov 2006, 17:39

25 Oct 2008, 11:08 #7



(Kings Cross Evacuation)
"No one understood better than Stalin that the true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought immediately reveals itself as a jarring dissonance." Leonard Schapiro
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