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Terror Advice Pamphlet Unveiled

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posted on Jul, 26 2004 @ 08:22 AM
An £8m government campaign to help the public prepare for terror attacks and other emergencies has been launched.

July 26, 2004

Advice booklets will be sent to every UK household and a series of radio and television adverts begins on Monday.

The 22-page booklet has first aid advice, contact numbers and practical tips such as keeping supplies of tinned food, bottled water and batteries.


link to pdf booklet.


posted on Jul, 30 2004 @ 06:54 AM
I must say that I am thoroughly disapointed at the response with which the present UK governments' attempts at helping it's population in the event of terrorist attack have been met.

The booklet in question has been provided at extensive cost in both monetary terms and time and effort taken to investigate and provide the advice offered; and is not, as some may have thought a transparent publicity stunt to help gain credibility and thus hopefully re-election.

It is unfortunate that through the constant use of 'spin' sometimes the elected government find itself unable to state, with any clarity at all, it's true intentions. Sadly some instances of this are picked up by those who would disagree with the official statements and perhaps even mock the elected representations of this once great nation of ours.

Luckily there are some who have seen this booklet and not only appreciate it's true value but also have seen fit to provide their own interpretation of the advice offered therein, hopefully making the information provided more readily understood by members of the general public should the contents of the governments original offering prove too confusing.

For further information please see HERE.

Cordially yours,

Disapointed - Tunbridge Wells

posted on Jul, 30 2004 @ 07:08 AM
Thanks for that link Jak

some favourites:

Zombie attack
The assailants can be stopped by removing the head or destroying the brain. Suitable tools you may find in your shed include shovels, cricket bats, and similar items.

Emergency contact details
999, dumbass. I mean, seriously, do you really need a whole web page to tell you to dial 999?

Further Information
Remember: to help prevent terrorist attacks, vote Labour at the next election. Please.

Come back Survive and Protect, all is forgiven!

Here's the original site:

[edit on 30-7-2004 by shanti23]

posted on Jul, 30 2004 @ 07:36 AM
If every like minded person give £5, we could get them printed and sent out to Mr Joe UK, now that would be interesting.

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