Whilst this country allows over 200 cells of terrorist immigrants to plot murder and destruction in order to appease the imams and apologists who under Sir Ian Blair took charge of our anti-terrorism strategy, those who attack the terrorists using their free speech on the internet like Pat Condell are banned from youtube.
Free speech must be killed, so the terrorists can prosper.
OVER 200 CELLS AT WORK IN OUR COUNTRY AND THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE THOSE LONE TERRORISTS AND THE ONES THEY DONT KNOW - Thats an army at work.
THAT IS AN ARMY IN OUR NATION PLOTTING OUR DESTRUCTION.
Why the hell are we not arresting and interning these bastards - the answer is simply because the labour party wants their votes and the police want them to join up and enter their ranks.
MI5 is run by another labour lickspittle so our terrorist policy is simply 'lets terrorise those white British people who use free speech to condemn the Islamist TERRORIST immigrants and lets keep bunging loads of money to the Islamist apologists so they can be bribed into keeping quiet and keep voting for the labour party'.
What a sick pathetic joke this stupid country is - we are run by cowards, bullies, idiots, crooks and career chasing halfwits.
The terrorists should either be hung , deported or interned.
ITS TIME TO STOP PISSING ABOUT - no more of this liberal bullshit that ties our hands and takes away our free speech, its time the terrorists suffered not the British people.
What is the ffice for Security and Counter-Terrorism doing to prevent terrorism - taking muslims on days out on hiking trips to prevent their radicalisation by their parents, families, communities, mosques, the internet, DVD's and their families back in their home nations. Fucking brilliant, what a strategy - well done. I feel so much safer knowing that all those factors will be countered by a walk on the moors with a bunch of limp wristed white liberals telling them that they should hold hands and sing ' all you need is love' instead of listening to the extremists.
What are MI5 doing - " Part of the strategy has involved tackling al-Qaeda propaganda over the internet " .
Oh brilliant - whilst 200 terror cells are plotting murder and mayhem on our streets, staff at MI5 are watching Youtube and posting bullshit in internet chat rooms.
What they should be doing is getting off their fat arses and arresting the bastards not pussyfooting around and pissing about on the internet.
TAKE THE GLOVES OFF - if the terrorists had been Irish republicans then we all know how hard the response would have been, but not with Muslims - oh no - they arent white are they and they also live in Britain and vote Labour, so we must have a low key appeasement policy towards the terrorists for fear of 'offending the community' and losing their votes.
The arse licking heads of MI5 who are appointed by the Labour government know what way their bread is buttered and so they keep on following the labour strategy as they want their dosh, pensions and titles to follow.
This country is sick and corrupt - and as I have said ;
THE CALIPHATE WILL NOT BE BUILT WITH CONQUESTS IT WILL BE BUILT WITH SURRENDERS.
With the new labour goons and surrender monkeys running the police and security services that is certain to happen.
Terror threat in UK 'approaching critical'
The terrorist threat in Britain is approaching critical as police and MI5 face an increase in activity by al-Qaeda militants, senior security officials have disclosed.
By Duncan Gardham, Security Correspondent
Last Updated: 8:11AM BST 03 Oct 2008
The terrorist threat in Britain has been considered severe since the arrest of the men allegedly plotting to attack transatlantic airliners in 2006 Photo: REUTERS
The threat level is at the "severe end of severe" according to sources who say the level of "chatter" among terrorist cells has increased in recent months.
The security services say they are now operating at full stretch to counter the elevated threat.
Britain's close relationship with the US has been particularly inflammatory after cross-border raids into Pakistan by American forces.
Security officials had considered downgrading the official threat level from "severe" but that plan has now been abandoned as a result of the increase in terrorist activity.
A senior counter terrorism source said: "We were looking at the threat level six months ago and asking how severe is severe? But it is October now and we are at the severe end of severe.
"Al-Qaeda's core exists on the Afghan-Pakistan border. The arrangement of people changes at a frighteningly rapid pace but they have enough people to replace them and there are people who are looking at us and at external operations, some at this country in particular.
"We are not chasing shadows. These are potential threats to security and life. Police and the security network are operating at full capacity."
The source said a review by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, which looks at information from MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, had considered downgrading the threat from "severe," meaning an attack is highly likely, to "substantial," meaning an attack is a strong possibility, but that move was abandoned after the level of activity increased.
The assessment, which has five levels, has been considered severe since the arrest of the men allegedly plotting to attack transatlantic airliners in 2006 but moved up to "critical," meaning an attack is imminent, during last year's car bomb alert which led to the attack on Glasgow airport.
It is now only just below that level.
MI5 is watching around 200 networks across Britain and MI6 and GCHQ are constantly monitoring communications on the crucial Afghan-Pakistan border area.
Although key commanders have been killed in air strikes, one of the particular concerns is the disappearance of Rashid Rauf from Birmingham, an alleged al-Qaeda mastermind who escaped from Pakistani custody last December.
Security officials are also worried about threats which may come from off the radar.
They are particularly worried by lone operators who "self-radicalise" over the internet and stock-pile chemicals from domestic sources.
"They are discreet from traditional networks and have a very small intelligence signature which makes them hard to pick up," the source said.
There is also a fear that some in the Somali community in Britain could have "potential connections" with al-Qaeda terrorists.
Last week's attack on the US embassy in the Yemen means security officials now consider the Arabian peninsular "particularly combustible."
"Over the past year, al-Qaeda has invested huge energy in outlying organisations," the source said.
But it is the lone operators who pose the biggest threat, particularly since attempts to cut off the supply of "kitchen chemicals" used in home made bombs, such as hydrogen peroxide and ammonium nitrate, have been unsuccessful because they are so widely available.
"We are doing a lot of research work into the detection of explosives at train stations and so on but this really demonstrates the importance of preventing radicalisation," the source said.
Part of the strategy has involved tackling al-Qaeda propaganda over the internet.
"We are looking at the way we see the threat as a movement by the al-Qaeda core and we're finding a new language to help move on the debate," the source said. "Whatever they do, we want to do."
The Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, a part of the Home Office which co-ordinates Britain's count-terrorism strategy, is working on a number of strategies for diverting vulnerable young men and de-radicalising those who have become involved with extremist organisations.
"We have limited evidence about what works but we want to get moving forward," the source said. "We need some quick wins."