Thursday, October 28, 2010

Brits Slowly Coming To Realize The Fraud Of It All

Not a good couple of days for the war on terror scam artists. Yesterday British Airways chairman Martin Broughton very publicly condemned security measures the US is trying to muscle Britain into accepting:
"Broughton added that British authorities should not "kowtow to the Americans every time they wanted something done."
Pretty stiff stuff from a corporate bigwig so you know they're chafing.
Now today in the Guardian:

No terror arrests in 100,000 police counter-terror searches, figures show

"More than 100,000 people were stopped and searched by police under counter-terrorism powers last year but none of them were arrested for terrorism-related offences, according to Home Office figures published today."
"The figures prompted the former Conservative home affairs spokesman David Davis to call for the controversial policy to be scrapped.
"This astonishing fact of no terrorism-related arrests, let alone prosecutions or convictions, in over 100,000 stop and searches, demonstrates what a massively counter-productive policy this is," said Davis."

If we actually see this in MSM then there's an awful lot more that we don't see, and if it keeps up, along with the ongoing worldwide financial collapse it will encourage the poodles across the pond to bolt from america's orbit. As amatter of fact I think it's well underway with all of Europe. The US and it's bestest little buddy the racist terror entity known as Israel are becoming isolated and increasingly despised as never before. The exclamation point pasted on US atrocities by Wikileaksalong plus Israel's naked murder on that Gaza aid ship must be opening a lot of eyes. It wouldn't surprise me if Europe turns it's back on america and Israel and their endless fascist manipulations.

French troops to leave Afghanistan in 2011

But then a few well timed false flag "events" might help them to get over their doubts.


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