Are About To Take The War Against Terror To A New Level'
Gordon Brown, unbelievably Prime Minister of the UK
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THE OBSERVER - 22nd March 2009
main news are the comments after Brown's speech:
BackFlash: BBC News January 2007...
'We Are About To Take The War Against Terror To A New Level'
By Gordon Brown, unbelievably Prime Minister of the UK
The UK PM really means: We Are About To Take The Phoney War
Against Terror To A New Level of Deceit and Crime by Our Covert
(allegedly Prime Minister of United Kingdom
- But how could that be!? Are we mad?)
Observer, Sunday 22 March 2009
weeks ago, the world woke to the grim reminder that fringe
terrorists in Northern Ireland still put fanaticism before
innocent lives. These brutal acts, so devastating in their
impact on the families of those murdered, have led the people
and politicians of Northern Ireland to stand as one against any
return of the terrorist threat. We should be under no illusion,
however, that the biggest security threat to our country and
other countries is the murderous agents of hate that work under
the banner of al-Qaida.
We know that there is an al-Qaida core in northern Pakistan
trying to organise attacks in Britain. We know also that there
are a number of networks here and as the head of MI5 reported
recently: "There is no cause for complacency; there is plenty of
activity and the threat level remains at severe."
a measure of the challenge we face - but also our success in
dealing with it - that in the last two years more than 80
terrorists who planned to kill British citizens have been
convicted and are now behind bars, some under the measures we
have brought in since 2001.
Al-Qaida terrorists remain intent on inflicting mass casualties
without warning, including through suicide bombings. They are
motivated by a violent extremist ideology based on a false
reading of religion and exploit modern travel and communications
to spread through loose and dangerous global networks.
We tried to STOP the NWO attacking IRAQ
must remain vigilant at all times. On Tuesday, we will publish
our updated counterterrorism strategy, showing why this
vigilance remains so vital and showing also the success we have
had, thanks to the hard work of the thousands of brave, skilled
and dedicated people working to keep us safe, investigating
terrorist activities, stopping them and bringing those
responsible to justice. Of the 80 terrorists now behind bars,
half of them pleaded guilty. We know this is hitting terrorists'
morale as well as disrupting more than a dozen plots that could
have caused hundreds of deaths.
The approach we are taking tackles the immediate threat through
the relentless pursuit of terrorists and disruption of their
plots, builds up our defences against attacks and our resilience
to deal with them, and addresses the longer term causes -
understanding what leads people to become radicalised, so we can
stop the process.
Across all these strands, our response must be international,
national and local. At the national level, we have built the
strongest-ever counterterrorist framework, with investment
rising from £1bn in 2001 to £3.5bn in 2011. At our borders, we
have brought in improved electronic checks, excluded more than
150 people from Britain on national security grounds since 2005
and toughened our approach to refusing entry to extremists. We
have better protection of crowded places, major buildings and
our transport system and we are setting out a new approach to
the risk that terrorists will abuse modern technology to mount
chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear attacks.
Over recent years, we have set up a national security committee
involving the heads of agencies and the armed forces, and a
national security forum bringing in the best outside experts. We
have built up not only our national policing capability but also
counterterrorist police in the regions.
today, not only the police and security and intelligence
officers, and our armed forces, but also the emergency services,
local councils, businesses, and community groups are involved in
state-of-the-art civil contingency planning.
Tens of thousands of men and women throughout Britain - from
security guards to store managers - have now been trained and
equipped to deal with an incident and know what to watch for as
people go about their daily business in crowded places such as
stations, airports, shopping centres and sports grounds.
This is not just about training and equipping professionals,
however. I believe that the better we inform the public, the
more vigilant the public will be. And there is a duty on all of
us - government, parliament, and civic society - to stand up to
people who advocate violence and preach hate, to challenge their
narrow and intolerant ideology - in public meetings, in
universities, in schools and online.
WGFT News: The NWO may want to remove our freedom of
speech, but I will stop adding important information and
comments so that PM Brown can express himself. What he
states is written down, and it may be used as evidence
against him. Too many people have died.
is also a global challenge and Britain is at the forefront of
international co-operation - from helping Pakistan investigate
the murder of Benazir Bhutto to the work of our armed forces in
Afghanistan and, in the longer term, our aid programme and our
support for conflict-prevention and stabilisation.
In 2001, al-Qaida were based in Afghanistan. While they are
still active there, core al-Qaida has shifted across the border
into Pakistan. More than two-thirds of the plots threatening the
UK are linked to Pakistan. Together with the new US
administration, we are developing a strategy to tackle the
terrorist threat across the region, the underlying causes, the
extremist madrasas and the lawless spaces in which terrorists
recruit or train. A vital part of this is building up the
security forces of Afghanistan and Pakistan, with the support of
our own armed forces, so they can take on more of this
responsibility for themselves, an approach I discuss frequently
with Presidents Karzai and Zardari, urging closer co-operation
between their countries.
As the threats we face are changing rapidly, we can never assume
that the established way of doing things will be enough. We will
always make the necessary changes, whether through greater
investment, changes to our laws or reforms to the way we do
things, to ensure that Britain is protected.
And at all times, the responsibility remains the same -
protecting the security of all and safeguarding the rights and
freedoms of the individual. I outlined to Parliament last week
the steps we are taking to make absolutely clear that we meet
the highest standards, continuing to condemn unequivocally the
use of torture,
never torturing nor ever asking others to torture for us.
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Terrorism threatens the rights that all in this country should
hold dear, including the most fundamental human right of all -
the right to life. We know that terrorists will keep on trying
to strike and that protecting Britain against this threat
remains our most important job.
I believe that this updated strategy, recognised by our allies
to be world-leading in its wide-ranging nature, leaves us better
prepared and strengthened in our ability to ensure all
peace-loving people of this country can live normally, with
confidence and free from fear.
the comments below Brown's madness:
This is one
comment among hundreds which give a similar message:
spurious lies. I, like many others reading this, feel
patronised by the arrogance of your arguments. The
presumption of our allegiance to your cause. You have
kidnapped and tortured foreigners. You have overthrown
governments to secure strategic advantages. You have
destroyed entire countries only to seek profit from their
reconstruction. You have lied to your own population to
encourage a war of aggression. There isn't a damn thing
you can say that will redeem you. ~ indrossi, 22
Mar 09, 1:17am
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