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Thursday, 4 November 2010

'Ink bomb fanatics in UK and still plotting' [from: the Mail Online]



[The Mail Online article follows the comment; after the dotted line.]



Many Islamists and red fascists (i.e. Trots) say that there haven’t been that many terrorist attacks in the UK. Well, apart from the fact that one mass killing is enough, they fail to realise how many potential terrorist attacks are foiled by our security services (hence Birmingham’s CCTVs!). We don’t even hear about every terrorist attack that has been discovered. Such foils could be happening all the time, as far as we civilians are concerned.

The same argument is used about the relative death-count between Israeli and Palestinian deaths. It is a fact that Hamas purposely doesn’t protect its own citizens (they don’t use shelters, etc) because every death is seen as a 'martyr’s death'. It is not surprising that the Israeli death-count is smaller than the Palestinians. However, think about this. In the months before Operation Cast Lead, there were over three thousands rocket attacks on Israeli citizens. Because of the extensive use of shelters in Israel, etc., most of these rockets didn’t manage to kill anyone. However, every single rocket was intended to kill Israelis. Thus if Hamas’s attacks on civilians had all been successful, the death-count would definitely be higher on the Israeli side.

I think it is quite disgusting that Islamophile MPs and ‘human rights’ organisations are creating a stink over the Government’s anti-terror laws. Everything the Government does to counteract terrorism is too much. That is because these people are ideologically motivated, especially Liberty and other such ‘rights groups’. That is why Islamic-state torture is ignored, whereas every dot and comma of British anti-terror law is analysed to a seemingly infinite extent.

Let’s stop taking these organisations seriously. Fuck the European Union. Fuck the United Nations (the playground of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference and its Israel fixation). Let’s deal with terrorist and Islamist enemies in our own way, just as we did during World War Two!

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By James Slack and David Williams, 4th November 2010, from the Mail Online

THE terror group behind the ink jet bomb plot is operating on the ground in Britain planning new atrocities, the Home Secretary warned yesterday.

Theresa May said the police and security services were engaged in an ongoing struggle against the Yemen-based Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), which is now working in the UK.
And she spoke too of a second new threat to the country from young radicalised Britons being trained in Somalia to carry out atrocities when they return to Britain.

In a speech filled with stark warnings, she revealed that one member of AQAP had already been arrested in the UK on suspicion of ‘planning a terrorist attack in the country’.

The fanatic, who cannot be named for legal reasons, allegedly intended to cause mass murder by bringing down an airline with a suicide bomb.

Airline bomb plots have become a hallmark of AQAP, which was behind the attempt to bring down at least two cargo jets last week with devices packed with the powerful PETN explosive hidden inside printer cartridges.

In her strongest remarks yet on the severity of the plot, Mrs May likened it to the Lockerbie Bombing, which claimed 270 lives in the skies and on the ground.

Al Qaeda chief Anwar al-Awlaki who is a recruiter for the group in Yemen

She told a London audience at the Royal United Services Institute: ‘The explosive device was deeply concealed in the cartridge of a printer and connected to a hidden power source in sections of a mobile telephone.
‘It could have destroyed the aircraft on which it was being carried, over the UK, over the U.S. or on the ground.

‘The specifics of this attack – notably the type of device and how it was concealed – were new to us. The principle of the attack – a device placed in unaccompanied baggage – was not. It bears some resemblance to the attack on Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie in 1988.’

Mrs May used her first major speech on terrorism to spell out the growing threats the UK faced at home and abroad.

She singled out the threat of radicalised young Britons – many of them of East African origin – being trained in Al Qaeda-linked camps amid the chaos in war-ravaged Somalia.

‘We know that people from this country have already gone to Somalia to fight,’ she said.

‘It seems highly likely, given experience elsewhere, that if left to their own devices we would eventually see British extremists, trained and hardened on the streets of Mogadishu, returning to the UK and seeking to commit mass murder on the streets of London.’

MAY READY TO BOOST POLICE

Theresa May said she was ‘not afraid’ to give the police and security officials controversial new anti-terror powers.

These include the right to spy on the public’s internet and telephone records.

The Home Secretary is under pressure to scrap many of the draconian anti-terror laws introduced by the last government, including control orders.

But Mrs May said that, if necessary, she would ‘not be afraid to take the tough decisions necessary to protect the British public from further terrorist attacks’.

The LibDems have been demanding that control orders – which have been compared to house arrest – should be scrapped.

But counter-terrorism officials say the orders are vital for keeping the public safe from terror suspects

Civil liberties groups will also be dismayed by the decision to go ahead with plans to store details of the public’s every internet click, email and phone call.

Police and security officials would be able to find out which websites a person had visited, and when and where a friend or colleague was texted or called.

They would not be able to see the content.

She also repeated warnings of the UK falling victim to a Mumbai-style attack, and confirmed that police would be given more firearms to combat the threat.

AQAP is considered particularly dangerous because it broadcasts propaganda in this country in the English language, often through the words of American-born radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, whose words inspired the woman who stabbed Labour minister Stephen Timms.

Al-Awlaki is a key Al Qaeda commander in Yemen, who is believed to have orchestrated the ink bomb plot and the Christmas Day bid by former British-based student Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, 23, to blow up a plane over Detroit.

Al-Awlaki, 39, lived and preached in Britain between 2002 and 2004. Intelligence officials say he is believed to have made the recruitment of young Britons and Europeans a priority.

MI5 and MI6 fear a ‘second Al Qaeda front’ has formed in Yemen and Somalia alongside that in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Anti-terror investigators believe dozens of radicalised Somalis are already in Britain and many are feared to have received terrorist training in their homeland.

Security officials say there is evidence that some Somalis, who are now British citizens, have been returning home for instruction in camps run by the hardline Islamic Al Shahab.

2 comments:

  1. If there IS a Mumbai-style attack it will be HER fault, the dirty muslim-loving traitor!!

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  2. You're not wrong. I sometimes think that it's worth just
    getting a new printer every year!
    Printer ink

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