5 Responses to “If a terrorist attacks you, call the Police…..or maybe not…!!!!!”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Terrorists, Coppers, Cars or Lightning ?

    According to a 2010 government report Reviewing counter-terrorism legislation there have been 59 deaths due to “terrorism” since 2001

    Though there have been “only” 59 terrorism-related deaths in Great Britain since 2001, the threat should not be underestimated;

    This includes the 52 victims murdered in the false flag 7/7 bombings widely believed to have been committed by government agencies. If you believe that “they wouldnt do that” Google Nato P2 Gladio terrorism in europe. They do do that, they are doing that and will continue to do so until they are stopped. More on 7/7 here

    That leaves just 59 – 52 = a mere 7 terrorist victims in the UK from 2001 to 2010.

    Since 2004 there have been many deaths in police custody.

    827 people have died during or following police contact since 2004.

    In 2010 1,857 were killed on the roads.

    Risks Posed by Lightning to People
    Lightning is dangerous. Currently, about 30-60 people are struck by lightning each year in Britain of whom, on average, three may be killed. This compares with about 75 deaths in the much larger USA.

    3 * ( 2010 -2001 ) = 27 killed by lightning in 9 years vs 7 by terrorists.

    more http://www.sovereignindependentuk.co.uk/2013/11/19/terrorists-coppers-cars-or-lightning/

  2. Jason says:

    I don’t doubt this is true and agree that police overreach, overreaction, abuse, and militarization is a problem. HOWEVER, there’s also a statistical element in play here. We’ve been fortunate enough not to experience too many actual terror attacks in this country. We have quite a few policemen walking around however. I generally operate under the assumption too that if I do come across a terrorist engaged in his “work”, he’s probably going to want to kill me.Generally, even if I get stopped by a police officer, I’m not operating under the premise of, “hey, this officer just might kill me.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    Maybe worth a re-visit?

    The Forbidden Secret
    Dr Stanley Monteith 2007
    Abel Danger


    This is Dr. Stanley Monteith’s mindblowing video lecture The Forbidden Secret, which reveals the source of the power that has been utilized by sages, adepts, witch doctors, shamans, priests, prophets, wise men, diviners, and mediums down through the ages.

    (more) http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2013/12/w

    Secret societies have existed since the dawn of civilization, and they exist today. What is their purpose? Adepts claim they possess secret knowledge that provides fame, power, and prosperity. Is that true? Why are some people fabulously wealthy while most people struggle to make a living? Why do almost half of the people in the word live in abject poverty? Where does the secret knowledge come from?


  4. Anonymous says:

    I think we have all experienced the Ouija Board at some point growing up…well did that scare you half to death!! The elite have operated these spiritual callings and tapped into some evil entities that are coercing them. They really are Satanists and the proof is now all around us. This will destroy them in the end and that is a fact. They are cokeheads and druggies of the worst kind. They will be the walking dead.

  5. sovereigntea says:

    @Jason – you seem to have missed the point.

    FEAR of terrorism is the tool of choice for setting political or military agenda’s and gaining media consensus in support thereof.

    Can anyone provide an act of “genuine” terrorism not sponsored by govt’s,intel, agencies or private interests ?

    You clearly fear being victim of an act of terrorism yet the relative risk to any individual dwarfed by low risk hazards such as being hit by lighting.

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