Britain and the lies on the “War on Terror”
Nowadays, it’s remarkably easy to brand anyone a terrorist.
Often no evidence is required.
If the government and certain sections of the media brand someone as a radical terrorist with suspected links to a certain group, then it must be so.
Generally the brainwashed population blindly accept this as fact.
Take the widely publicized case of Abu Qatada, who is currently under worldwide embargo by the United Nations Security Council Committee 1267 for his alleged affiliation with al-Qaeda.
Abu Qatada has been systematically imprisoned in Britain since 2002, when he was first detained under anti-terrorism laws.
In spite of various government officials branding him dangerous and radical, he has not been prosecuted here for any crime, or actually charged with anything.
Our Government is currently trying to deport him, having extracted a “cross my heart” promise from Jordan not to torture him.
I don’t know the man personally, and I…
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