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Uk Terror Level Raised To 'severe'

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With the number of ISIS sympathisers in this country it wouldn't be surprising if something happens.

No, with the US and UK governments having created ISIS and controlling them, they know what ISIS are going to do.

CIA/MI6 just looked in the 'sent items' folder in their emails and made the decision to spook everyone.

Major false flag in cardiff maybe?

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Scottish referendum

UKIP defection

how more terrified could the British establishment be?

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Cardiff?

I've come to the conclusion, given we know the US govt had intel that could have prevented WTC 93 and WTC 01, Boston and Fort Hood, unless it is them at risk, they gladly allow terror attacks to go ahead so they can use it as an excuse to snatch a bit more freedom.

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Establishment being challenged level : SEVERE

Sutler: I want this country to realize that we stand on the edge of oblivion. I want everyone to remember *why* they need us!

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Watch the dear leader frighten us all here.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/live/bbcnews

and remember, you MUST have a licence to watch live broadcasts on Pravda BBC

I am licence-free and have noticed that the BBC have sneakily dragged in a "Watch Live" facility on iPlayer, presumably to snare you into accidentally doing this so that it's on record and then being slapped with a fine.

I haven't got a telly, I don't want to watch live TV, and now they're trying to trick me into watching the stuff.

Well the BBC can do one, I'm not watching.

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Is the inability to stick to a consistent name (ISIL, ISIS, IS) accident or design?

By design - they change the names as a periodic rebranding exercise.

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Can't help thinking this is the perfect way to divert attention from UKIP, Rotherham and Scottish referendum.

I noted the home secretary's (quite unnecessary in my opinion) emphasis that JTAC are 'independent'

Whenever I hear that word from HMG it's safe to assume that independence is not entirely true.

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No! It's just the Gurt Clodney Harvest Festival! :huh:

Gloucestershire be wary!

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By design - they change the names as a periodic rebranding exercise.

New Alky Ada would have been more suitable

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Still can't post from twitter :unsure:

Andrew Brooks @taxbod
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I say, you, terrorist chappie. Give me your passport. Then you can get a fake one instead. Oh. #VoteTory

3:24 PM - 29 Aug 2014

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The terrorists are after the Bankers and politicians, I say let them have it! Why the heck should tax payers protect them and their bankers form their own reckless behaviour?

The only time I felt a twinge of support for Al Qaeda was when I heard they were targeting the European Parliament building.

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Danger UXM

Your bottom explosions are of no interest to the intellectuals that inhabit this part of the Internet! :blink:

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Knowing this country even if they found a bunch of suicide bombers sitting in a flat in Cardiff Bay, with bombs comically strapped around their bodies waiting eagerly to hurl themselves at the NATO summit, they would not be arrested in case it breached their human rights. I can imagine the BBC's Newsnight defending their right to be suicide bombers.

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