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April 03, 2012


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"And it comes amid growing concern among the security services over the number of Russians in Britain who could present a danger to security, particularly with the London Olympics, identified as the biggest single target for terrorists in British history, fast approaching".
That sentence is a classic. All very amusing of course but exactly the kind of shit that creates a general feeling of concern about security among the general public that can then be used to get us to accept just about anything that the security services say that we need for our own protection. Trouble is - it always works.

Cautiously Pessimistic

Ding ding ding, we have a winner! And what a fucking winner it is, all the way from the prestigious pages of Homeland Security today: http://www.hstoday.us/blogs/guest-commentaries/blog/the-occupy-movement-rising-anarchy/3a87bb57b44e5779f7d087472df92af2.html

"The most significant anarchist attack occurred in 1914 when the anarchist group, the Black Hand, murdered Archduke Ferdinand of the Austrian Empire. This attack sparked WWI, causing millions of deaths. In today’s politically unstable environment around the world, anarchist groups have the potential to cause a chain of events leading to similar carnage."

Fucking beautiful. I can't work out whether to laugh or cry.

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