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Author Topic: More fantasy to keep the masses "terrified" and justify "control"  (Read 4382 times)


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Now it is claimed "militants planned major suicide attacks in UK".  Why don't I believe any of this?  Far too many "claims" by "authorities" of "we have foiled an evil terrorist plot", have turned out to have no evidence to support the fact that they were anything else but "entrapment" or created entirely by the PTB in order to justify the existance of "terrorist legislation" and keep the people in a constant state of fear, alarm (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary".

The pity of it all is that some naive "patsies" will be "hung, drawn and quartered" for it, and people will be cheering and "grateful" for the police (who, they will claim, did "a good job and put their own lives at risk").  It is sickening really.

Three militants planned to detonate explosives in rucksacks and ram a car fixed with blades into a crowd of people in Britain in a major assault that could have been more devastating than the 2005 attacks in London, a court has heard.

Prosecutor Brian Altman told the jury, the defendants had planned to cause mayhem in an unspecified location by igniting up to eight rucksack bombs in a suicide attack and possibly detonating bombs on timers in crowded areas.

"One of them even described a plan to cause another 9/11," he added, referring to the 2001 al Qaeda attacks in the United States in which some 3000 people were killed.

"The police successfully disrupted a plan to commit an act or acts of terrorism on a scale potentially greater than the London bombings in July 2005, had it been allowed to run its course."
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