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A Government Paid Cook!

By Risa Peris, published on May 15, 2009

...(of the USA) would be subject to detention and trial by military authorities. The order provides that non-citizens whom the President deems to be, or to have been, members of the al Qaeda organization or to have engaged in, aided or abetted, or conspired to commit acts of international terrorism that have caused, threaten to cause, or have as their aim to cause, injury to or adverse effects on the United States or its citizens, or to have knowingly harbored such individuals, are subject to detention by military authorities and trial before a military commission.” The American Bar... (more)

Tags: gymnastics, terrorism, iran, education, obama

The Art Of Blunder, Or How To Be A Failure And Still Get Rewarded

By JN.PAQUET, published on Apr 19, 2009

...jeopardise the whole of the operation and put at risk the agents involved. Even in a James Bond film…

BEYOND THE FICTION

Unfortunately sometimes real life goes far beyond the fiction! Unbelievable yet true, last Wednesday, Bob Quick, the most senior counter-terrorism officer in the United Kingdom, was photographed in Downing Street carrying two folders and a briefing paper for the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown. Nothing less ordinary except that the document was giving away information about “Operation Pathway” and clearly displaying... (more)

Tags: terrorism, police

Art Of Blunder, Or How To Be A Failure And Still Get Rewards

By J.N. PAQUET, published on Apr 11, 2009

...jeopardise the whole of the operation and put at risk the agents involved. Even in a James Bond film…

BEYOND THE FICTION

Unfortunately sometimes real life goes far beyond the fiction! Unbelievable yet true, last Wednesday, Bob Quick, the most senior counter-terrorism officer in the United Kingdom, was photographed in Downing Street carrying two folders and a briefing paper for the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown. Nothing less ordinary except that the document was giving away information about “Operation Pathway” and clearly displaying... (more)

Tags: terrorism, police

The Art Of Blunder, Or How To Be A Failure And Still Get Rewarded

By J.N.PAQUET, published on Apr 10, 2009

...jeopardise the whole of the operation and put at risk the agents involved. Even in a James Bond film…

BEYOND THE FICTION

Unfortunately sometimes real life goes far beyond the fiction! Unbelievable yet true, last Wednesday, Bob Quick, the most senior counter-terrorism officer in the United Kingdom, was photographed in Downing Street carrying two folders and a briefing paper for the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown. Nothing less ordinary except that the document was giving away information about “Operation Pathway” and clearly displaying... (more)

Tags: terrorism, police

Buyer's Remorse?

By Amo, published on Apr 9, 2009

... enacted after 9/11, under President Bush…that’s what free elections are all about.

However, my concern since 9/11, has always been our national security, and I worry that this president may not be up to the challenge, his recent decisions when it comes to the subject of terrorism is worrisome and there seems to be a cavalier almost a disregard when it comes to our national security.

So much so that even the word “terrorism” is no longer acceptable for fear of offending someone, it’s bizarre to say the least…and it speaks volumes of... (more)

Tags: france, terrorism, israel, iran, germany, obama

I'm Not Really Laughing Out Loud

By Michael R. Gauthier, published on Dec 6, 2008

...I had a cavity by time I actually did see the dentist, had to pay a steep late payment fee to the landlord, and I was stuck with someone I knew I had no future with.  My life had fallen apart.  Apparently, drugs really are bad for you (though I’m not sure if using ‘LOL’ supports terrorism). 

     For fear of winding up as episode #82 of A&E’s Intervention, I decided that this had gone far enough.  I had to turn my life around.  Enough was enough.  Words are supposed to mean something, aren’t they? Isn’t that why they exist in the first place?  I mean, ... (more)

Tags: terrorism, al gore

Terrorists Killed And Hostages Rescued In Mumbai.

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Nov 29, 2008

...evidence, prima facie evidence, indicates elements with links to Pakistan are involved,"

He urged Pakistan to dismantle the infrastructure that supports militants.

Pakistan has denied involvement and condemned the attacks. It has also offered full cooperation in fighting terrorism.

Operation Mumbai continued till late night on fridayand the death toll has increased to 175, out of which 8 are foreign nationals and more than 376 people (22 foreigners)were injured so far.

Today various intelligence agencies succeeded in rescuinghostages fromfrom Nariman... (more)

Tags: terrorism, police

Enforcing Martial Law In America

By Lumiere, published on Sep 27, 2008

...by Blackwater Worldwide opened fire from the roof of the Iraqi Justice Ministry, killing three guards working for the state-funded Iraqui Media Network. According to 13 witnesses, the guards had not fired on the Justice Ministry. An Iraqi police report described the shootings as "an act of terrorism" and said Blackwater "caused the incident."On September 16, 2007 Blackwater employees in Nisour Square, Baghdad shot and killed 17 Iraqis, at least 14 of whom were killed "without cause" according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The US State Department has said that "innocent life... (more)

Tags: iraq, terrorism, police, shooting

America Under Surveillance: Creating Modern Slavery

By Lumiere, published on Aug 22, 2008

...of the New York Civil Liberties Union, " I would believe the number has dramatically increased." The NYPD has a goal to install 3,000 additional cameras and thousands moreto create a database of peoples movements and license plates. All of which will supposedly protect the city against "terrorism."

Ironically, Terrorism is defined as; 1) A person who terrorizes or frightens others 2) A radical who employs terror as a political weapon; usually organizes other terrorists in small cells; often uses religion as a cover for terrorist activities. Terrifying is the thought ofour... (more)

Tags: new york, religion, terrorism, police, mexico

When Racist Agendas Pollute Politics

By Lumiere, published on Jul 10, 2008

...chip.Remember,IBM may morph into another subsidiary in the future to sell a similar crappy RFID chip product but it can never hide it's uglyhistory or the original intention ofbranding ortagging peopleas the FDA refers to it. Livestock is tracked for a reason far beyond the boundaries of terrorism; it assures that a privateowner or corporations financial investmentfollows the heard, that their labor force stays in line at all times, pays taxes,is healthy and accountable for via surveillance, yields a profit fortheir labor andremains obedient lestthey be led to the slaughter house. Just ... (more)

Tags: global warming, religion, terrorism, sex, china

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