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The biggest ship of its kind, Titanic was billed ‘unsinkable’ by its owners White Star Line. But on April 15, 1912, it hit an iceberg and sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic, with the loss of 1,517 lives However, according to Mr Gardiner, 64, the ship that sank was not Titanic at all it was Olympic, her sister ship, in what was planned as one of the world’s greatest insurance frauds.Mr Gardiner, 64, a plasterer and father of one from Barton, said: “My new book, The Great Titanic Conspiracy, has new, conclusive photographic and documentary evidence of the swap of Olympic and Titanic.”This was collusion, conspiracy and cover up on an unprecedented scale.”The evidence is overwhelming; eyewitnesses themselves describe running along Titanic’s decks, but where they said there were promenades, there should have been cabins.”And while survivors on B Deck described seeing lifeboats being lowered from above, there’s no way they would have seen that on Titanic only on the ship Olympic.”You only have to look at the ships’ specifications to see the ‘Titanic’ passengers were actually aboard Olympic.”According to Mr Gardiner, the ‘real’ story starts with financier J P Morgan’s takeover of White Star and the Royal Navy’s investment in the company’s new liners as potential troop carriers.He said: “Following the Agadir crisis in 1911, Morgan began to ship gold and other treasures back to the safe haven of the US.”There was also pressure on White Star to make up the cost of the damage to Olympic, which had been damaged in a collision with HMS Hawke, but which the insurance company would not cover.”Swapping the identities of Olympic and Titanic was also the opportunity for Morgan, with the collusion of the British government, to quietly ship 8m of gold to the US.”But tragically the planned staging of the sinking of Titanic, whereby other ships from the company would be on hand to rescue all the passengers and crew, went disastrously wrong and more than 1,500 souls perished.”Mr Gardiner even refutes that the ship hit an iceberg; “The passengers described feeling a ‘shudder’. But if that size ship, travelling at that speed had hit an iceberg of that size, the noise would have been huge and the impact would have hit everyone off their feet,” he said.”I think White Star planned a small collision of some sort and then a straightforward ‘rescue’ of the passengers by ships waiting nearby. Unfortunately, the ship was steered hard left, instead of right and turned away from the rescue ships.”It may also have hit a wreck or another ship. And most of the passengers didn’t stand a chance.”Asked how people react to his views on Titanic, Mr Gardiner said: “I give regular talks and most people are fascinated, especially engineers who know how ships work.”But this isn’t hidden information I am unearthing.”You only have to read the inquiry notes see how many people’s testimony was strangely ‘stopped’ and look at all the official paperwork to see the ships were swapped.”
the north face quince 'I can prove it was not Titanic that sank'

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