is the headline that screams at as from the Times
this morning, but just how real or credible is this ‘warning’?. Is it real or
more government propaganda?
a day after Anti Terrorist expert Jonathan Evans takes over MI5 from Eliza Manningham-Buller, the outgoing
director-general, who many believe was pushed out of her job because she would
not play the NuLab spin game any longer, we see a new Terror Alert.
The Times tells
us that Spy chiefs warn that one operative had said he was planning an attack
on “a par with Hiroshima and Nagasaki” in an attempt to “shake the Roman
throne”, a reference to the West.
Only one operative eh, no double checking, no
The Times goes
on, Another plot could be timed to coincide with Tony Blair stepping down as
prime minister, an event described by Al-Qaeda planners as a “change in the
head of the company”.
Presumably by the same ‘one operative’, although we
did warn on this blog that the terror scare card would be played by NuLab as
part of the election
produced earlier this month and seen by The Sunday Times, appears to provide
evidence that Al-Qaeda is active in Iran and has ambitions far beyond the
improvised attacks it has been waging against British and American soldiers in
So how did the Sunday Times see this and not the rest
of the press corps, its not being reported by any of the other MSM,
and why was it not in the Sunday Times yesterday? Leaked or made up?
report also makes it clear that senior Al-Qaeda figures in the region have been
in recent contact with operatives in Britain.
revelations last year that up to 150 Britons had travelled to Iraq to fight as part of Al-Qaeda’s “foreign
legion”. A number are thought to have returned to the UK, after receiving terrorist training, to
form sleeper cells.
We certainly hope that if this is the case that the
security services have arrested these operatives in Britain
and are planning to put them on trial !!! The Times can surely let us know, and
they will no doubt be covering the event, so that the citizens of Britain
have their minds put at rest.
Either Britain doesn’t
have many terrorist suspects or it just doesn’t arrest them according to the Interpol
2007 EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report.
The report was
compiled by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) – based at MI5’s London headquarters – and provides a quarterly
review of the international terror threat to Britain. It draws a distinction between Osama Bin
Laden and Al-Qaeda’s core leadership, who are thought to be hiding on the
Afghan-Pakistan border, and affiliated organisations elsewhere.
This couldn’t have anything to do with
the fact that The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, currently
investigating personal Internet security, will hear evidence on Wednesday from
representatives of the Metropolitan Police and the Serious Organised Crime
Agency, will be asked about the level of ‘e-crime’ in the UK and cyber support
for the security services, and whether the resources and technical skills
available to the police and crime fighting agencies are adequate to combat the
growth in online fraud and other crime, and who will no doubt be looking for
“A member of this
network is reportedly involved in an operation which he believes requires AQ
Core authorisation. He claims the operation will be on ‘a par with Hiroshima and Naga-saki’ and will ‘shake the Roman
throne’. We assess that this operation is most likely to be a large-scale, mass
casualty attack against the West.”
If the security services know who these people are,
why are they not being arrested or eliminated. We have consistently warned that
this government is more than capable of staging an event in the UK, as they
have in the past in N.Ireland,
and believe that they will use this as an excuse
to invoke the Civil
Contingencies Act 2004.as a prelude
to an authoritarian regime.
Details of a
separate plot to attack Britain, “ideally” before Blair steps down this
summer, were contained in a letter written by Abdul al-Hadi al-Iraqi, an Iraqi
Kurd and senior Al-Qaeda commander.
According to the
JTAC document, Hadi “stressed the need to take care to ensure that the attack
was successful and on a large scale”. The plan was to be relayed to an
Iran-based Al-Qaeda facilitator.
The Home Office
declined to comment.
Again we ask, If the security
services know who these people are, why are they not being arrested or
eliminated. The Home Office declined to comment. At the time of writing the National
security level is still set at Severe, where it has been for the past 8 months.
not be fooled by propaganda, wait until the Security Services warn of a real
and credible threat, keep your eyes on the Security Level indicator.
know this government is morally bankrupt, we know that they lie, we know that
they are corrupt, and allegations
of Murder (David Kelly, Robin Cook and John Smith) have all been in the press,
and they know that they cannot legitimately win any election without more spin, lies and
– Destroying Britain from the inside out.