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Monday, August 14, 2006


 

The not so terrifying "terror" plot


Craig Murray analyzes the British "terror" plot like no one you'll hear in the corporate media. That is to say, with actual insight:
None of the alleged terrorists had made a bomb. None had bought a plane ticket. Many did not even have passports.

As they were all under surveillance, and certainly would have been on airport watch lists, there could have been little danger in letting them proceed closer to maturity - that is certainly what we would have done with the IRA.

In all of this, the one thing of which I am certain is that the timing is deeply political. This is more propaganda than plot.
I've only picked out the smallest of excerpts; the article really needs to be read.

(Hat tip to Politics in the Zeros)


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