Heads down! Pre-election false flag terror attack looks like it’s being planned

ACPO get in on the act

Run, hide, tell’: London commuters told how to cope in ‘Mumbai-style’ terror attack

The leaflets were handed to commuters this week as part of a ‘Counter-Terrorism Awareness Week’, warning terrorist attacks on London transport could be carried out.

Extraordinary leaflet from ACPO being distributed in London. Words fail me.



“Why they need us”: Terror attack on Britain ‘inevitable’

Mon, 24 Nov 2014 15:11 CET
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Britain faces an “almost inevitable” terror attack by radicalized fanatics who have recently been “militarized” by the Islamic State (formerly ISIS), top security and police officials warn.
In separate speeches on Monday, both Home Secretary Theresa May and senior Metropolitan Police officials said the terror threat posed by jihadists who have returned to Britain from Iraq and Syria is the most serious the nation has ever faced.

Comment: Call it blowback from NATO’s own terrorist activity. But the threat of terrorism is required to keep the wars going.

Speaking to MPs, May warned Britain faces the most serious threat to its security from prospective terrorists since before or after the September 11attacks on the US in 2001.

Possible terror attacks could manifest as a ‘lone wolf’ beheading in a public street or crowded shopping center – or as a crude, homemade bomb made from fertilizer.

Comment: Interesting scenarios. Could practice drills be in the planning?

These most recent warnings echo the cautionary words of top security personnel, who earlier this month told parliament the state’s levels of terrorist activity are so acute that a terror attack in the near future is almost certain.

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Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May.

Britain’s most senior police official, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, told the BBC on Sunday that MI5 and police officers had foiled a total of five major terror plots in 2014. This marks a 500 percent increase on last year, with officers generally intercepting one large plot per annum.

Comment: Have to keep the population scared and realize why they need all this security.

Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, Hogan-Howe said the challenges Britain faces in monitoring jihadis returning from crisis-ridden Syria are huge.

“They’re going to be militarized, they will have a complex web of people that they know, and of course they will have learnt tactics that they may want to use here,” he said.

He stressed there was a particularly heightened concern regarding the risk of a “lone wolf” attack on British streets.

Reflecting on the case of British soldier, Lee Rigby, who was murdered by two Muslim converts in 2013, Hogan-Howe said such an attack takes little coordination.

“So that means we have got a very short time to interdict, to actually intervene and make sure that these people don’t get away with it,” he added.

The Metropolitan Police’s most senior counter-terrorism officer, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, said on Sunday the “danger posed by violent extremists has evolved.”

Speaking alongside May at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), he warned such violent extremists are “no longer a problem solely stemming from countries like Iraq and Afghanistan.”

Comment: Of course as NATO terrorism spreads, so does the number of “violent extremists” increase.

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Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley.

On Monday, the home secretary unveiled an array of tough new laws she says will halt the flow of funding and recruits to the Islamic State and offer greater protection to British citizens.

The new Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill includes an outright ban on Britain issuing ransoms to terrorists, and the bolstering of state powers to monitor extremists online.

Web companies will be obligated to retain data, which assists in identifying computer or mobile phone users. But the legislation will not allow internet firms to retain the digital footprint of web users by logging each visited website. Following an intervention by the Liberal Democrats, this particular measure was excluded from the final piece of legislation.

Reflecting on the law forcing internet firms to engage in data retention, campaigners warned the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill appeared to revive aspects of a previous attempt to introduce a Conservative-backed array of surveillance powers dubbed the “snoopers’ charter.”

Other notable policy changes central to the Bill include the power to forcefully relocate terror suspects or render them in exile, and the power for border officials to seize passport documentation of suspected jihadists.

The legislation has also paved the way for a government ban on radicalized individuals returning from war-torn Syria to Britain for up to 24 months.

On Tuesday, a long-awaited report by Britain’s Intelligence and Security Committee is expected to reveal MI5 was unaware of vital information circulated on social media that could have alerted security services to the intentions of Lee Rigby’s murderers.

Comment: If the increased security measures fail to be as strong as the powers-that-be want them, you can be sure there will be a “terrorist attack” to hammer home why these security measures are needed.
TAP – In England, Conservatives are on 28%.  UKIP on 22% and Labour on 34%.  Unless people’s perceptions are dramatically changed, Cameron’s in trouble.  It’s like Blair in 2005.  A bit of terrorism is usually enough to get people to rally round the leader again.  With all the relevant government agencies tuning up, it seems likely they’re planning something to give Cameron a boost.    On the back of such events, they can bring in yet more draconian security measures which will be targeted on online government critics of course!  Roll on May 7th 2015. We’re coming into the danger time zone for government committed crime, and totalitarian law-making such as the Infrastructure Bill, and The Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill.

5 Responses to “Heads down! Pre-election false flag terror attack looks like it’s being planned”

  1. Jennifer says:

    Yes, the British population needs to be very vigilant – towards exercises and drills. Keep a mobile or camera handy and document everything.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    The ever reliable patriots at MI5 have also announced that they only have the capacity to monitor 50 terrorists around the clock.

    Another possible example of pre-staging the event, the same psychological warefare technique is being deployed against the British people with regard to “Russian Aggression”.

    The spooky and often deceitful Telegraph reports.

    Only a fraction of terror suspects can be watched 24/7

    Limitations in watching suspects revealed as report into killing of Lee Rigby is expected to say it is virtually impossible to prevent ‘lone-wolf’ killings

    By Tom Whitehead and Christopher Hope

    11:32PM GMT 24 Nov 2014

    MI5 can monitor fewer than 50 terrorist suspects around the clock, it can be disclosed, ahead of a report into the Lee Rigby murder that will highlight the limitations in watching terrorists in Britain.

    Restricted resources mean only a fraction of the hundreds of suspected Islamist extremists at large can be subject to intensive 24/7 surveillance at any one time.

    It comes as a parliamentary investigation ordered by David Cameron into the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby by two Islamist fanatics is expected to conclude there is little MI5 could have done to prevent his death on the day.


    Note how the devious narrative nicely lets off MI5.

    Also note how they embellish the previous Lee Rigby / crisis actors terror stageshow and uphold the Islamic psuedo gang mythology.

    That makes the media whores and their spooky controllers complicit if another scripted “terrorist” attrocity occurs in the UK.

    Nonce Politicians, Media Whores & Spooks “All in it together”

  3. Gordon says:

    There are more cases of bee sting deaths than killings by terrorists in the west.

    But that aside, notice how the west, i.e. G20 nations have all jumped onto the bandwagon of “greatest threat from terrorists” and as we have seen of late governments issuing new laws to counter these phantom attacks by stripping the rights of free expression and free speech by individuals, blogs, the media and of course the internet. But it’s the internet they’e really after.

  4. sovereigntea says:

    ACPO get in on the act

    Run, hide, tell’: London commuters told how to cope in ‘Mumbai-style’ terror attack

    The leaflets were handed to commuters this week as part of a ‘Counter-Terrorism Awareness Week’, warning terrorist attacks on London transport could be carried out.

    Extraordinary leaflet from ACPO being distributed in London. Words fail me.


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