All co-inciding with the 3 terror atacks yesterday and Armed Forces Day.
Forgive me if in terms of propaganda value that sounds just too good to be true and smacks of a zionist stage show.
Thousands of servicemen and women join events across the country to mark Armed Forces Day after police foil Isis plot
- Events take place the length and breadth of the United Kingdom to celebrate the seventh annual Armed Forces Day
- Prime Minister David Cameron made a moving speech while attending the central hub of the day in Guildford
- High police presence at all events after it was revealed this morning that police foiled a terror plot which was targeting a march near the barracks of murdered soldier Lee Rigby
By Euan McLelland For MailOnline
The suicide blast, planned for a parade in south-west London, was intended to strike at soldiers from the unit of murdered Lee Rigby, according to The Sun.
The newspaper said the plot to bomb the parade in Merton was thwarted when it told police and security services about it.
Other guests at the Guildford event included Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and Vice Chief of the Defence Staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: ‘The police, together with our security partners, remain alert to terrorist threats that may manifest here or where individuals overseas may seek to direct or inspire others to commit attacks in and against the UK.
‘It is always helpful when journalists share with us information, as The Sun did in this case, that could indicate terrorist or criminal activity.’
The spokesman continued: ‘While the UK threat level from international terrorism remains severe, we would like to reassure the public that we constantly review security plans for public events, taking into account specific intelligence and the wider threat.
‘As ever we would urge the public to get in touch to report anything suspicious by calling the confidential anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321 or in an emergency by calling 999.’
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