This "fearing" is blatantly being conducted to create "a climate of fear". Why? Because it's the flaming obvious.
An Islamic radical could attack you when your making your morning cup of tea, or when your on the toilet, or even when your doing the opposite (i.e.
listening to the evening "news"). It could, happen; so maybe we should all think about it, and see how scared the possibilities of our imagination
can make us?
This way, we should all be more accepting of further anti-terrorist legislation (that is needed) to make us even less of a democracy. At the very
least we should sympathise more with the slimey men & women who make up our "hung parliament".
To accept the security detail shows fear. Do you take care of you, or do you stand by the cause and not let the fear factor work for the
extremists? Tough decision if I may say.
but with "thinking" like the above, I can't help but think you are "falling head over heals" into the propaganda behind the
Have to give Cameron credit though, he has that "Pffft, I ain't skured" mentality.
Yeah isn't he so brave? **** I'm so lucky to
have him as my prime minister.
Seriously: My only worry is that the police are effectively using the Mass Media to give ideas to terrorists. This makes sense, why use the
Intelligence Services to launch attacks against our own people, when there are plenty of genuine mad people willing to do it for you?
The thing about mad people; though, is that you often need to give them ideas because the "right sorts" don't have very many of their own. The fact
the government (through the police) is effectively advertising methods of terrorism shows to my mind that are thinking about how much an attack would
unite our country, around our government, at a time of unstable politics.
I'm sure within the next month, at least one journalist will have written an article detailing how they e.g. Got a job as e.g. a cleaner, in a
nuclear enrichment facility, without any qualifications, or any proper security checks, and was even able to take weapons grade Plutonium, home with
them. They will write a long article telling you exactly the documents you needed to photo copy, the sort of questions you may expect to be asked.
They'll no doubt conclude by saying that although security at our nuclear sites is "worrying" we also need to worry about terrorists buying it on
the Internet, and how websiteY is rumoured to have sold the stuff in the recent past!
The article will be printed millions of times, and within a week different versions of it will have appeared in all major newspapers of Britain.
they've done this in the past, and terrorists never seem to take the hint. Or maybe they just don't read our newspapers? Is there
something "they" know, that "we" don't?
Kinda scary isn't it? Ah; if only people would "unite" around our government against the common threat!
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