Monday, October 26, 2009

Extremists in our midst


It seems the British authorities are building up lists of 'domestic extremists'.

I wonder if our old friends the neocons will be on the database and monitored by the authorities. And if not, why not?

For surely you can't get much more 'extreme' than propagandising for and urging illegal military attacks on sovereign states?

1m people in Iraq have died due to the neocons' extremism. (Mehdi Hasan has more on the latest victims of that 'war of choice').

How many have died due to the 'extremism' of environmental groups like Plane Stupid- who were are told will be monitored?

1 comment:

jack said...

Do we have to copy everything the Americans do.

HR 1955 The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Violent_Radicalization_and_Homegrown_Terrorism_Prevention_Act_of_2007

And these "extremists" the Islamic terrorist ones like Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada usually work for MI6 or part of an MI6 connected foreign network like the mastermind of the London bombing.

What about the latest bombing in Iraq were insurgents behind it or are our own intelligence/special forces behind the attack to divide the country into 3 separate ethnic enclaves like Yugoslavia as advocated in a 1980’s Israeli policy document?

Remember in 2005 2 British SAS terrorists were caught red handed by Iraqi police trying place bombs in a civilian market in Baghdad.

“In earlier reports, we focussed on the operation of two undercover British SAS operatives, dressed in traditonal Arab clothing, who were planning to set of bombs in the main square in Basra, coinciding with a religous event.

They were arrested by Iraqi police and subsequently "liberated" by British forces in a major military assault, directed against the Iraqi police authorities with tanks and armed cars.”

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=1094