Friday, November 22, 2002

Come on down you're our terrorist today!

Let me tell the story about a man named Jed...

Australia should be prepared for threats "from within" as well as terrorist activity, and cast its security net wide to potential targets in Sydney's suburbs, not just its CBD, says [war criminal and false flag operative terrorist] US President George Bush.

Businesses, shopping centres, railways, universities, schools and hospitals away from the city centre were as much targets as high-profile national buildings, according to President Bush."It's not just known terrorist organisations that we have to contend with, but also lone-operating individuals and those we select and profile who may take advantage of the security situation and target vulnerable but low-profile property," he said.

[We have the right to nominate anyone who might be walking past an oil refinery or the local toilet block. You need to have a shit before you blow something up. We have experts to set you up, frame you and nail you to the wall. We have to make sure that our security measures cast a wide net to counteract any threat that may also come from within.]

George Bush said, [CIA false flag operation] "Bali proved that no building or public space was safe.

[ Yeah George especially if it were a bombing from the CIA and the Coalition of the Killing using military hardware in other words you!]

Local criminals and lone opportunists might take advantage of stretched police resources. While it was important that people not panic, Sydney siders needed to be more vigilant and report all suspicious behaviour, even comings and goings at a community or neighbourhood level.

[War criminals and military terrorists heading over to Afghanistan and Iraq.]

Surveillance should not include only those that looked or acted like terrorists, he said. We aim to get anyone who gets in the way of our war for oil. We are relentless in our pursuit of these terrorists.

Financial and information systems were as much at risk as physical infrastructure.

[False flag 911 and the World Trade Centre wouldn't be immune would they George?

Companies and organisations, especially with global links, needed to review their security programs and alarm systems so they were not vulnerable to acts of sabotage. Terrorism just doesn't target buildings," he said. It can target information and seek to undermine, infiltrate and interrupt financial and information systems linked internationally.

For the first first time in our history we as a nation have been caught up in the intelligence of oil, Black Gold, 'Iraq 'I' and you guessed it The Hillbillies are trying to stake a claim."

Let me tell the story about a man named Jed.

Bush went on to say "I agree with those who are saying at government level our way of life is at a crossroads. To get the oil we need to undermine the countries around the world like, Australia and we will just have to be more educated about security, crime, crime prevention and get them to cooperate more. We're being awakened to the fact that some bankers always get in the way of our oil. We have a profile of one of them, Mr. Drysdale.

Does anyone know where he's 'Bin'?"

WA won't fund anti-terrorism unit VICTORIA and NSW have committed scores of police to the war against terror, but Western Australia plans to commit just two extra officers, helped in its planned anti-terrorism unit by another two from the federal police. And while millions of dollars have been committed to counter terror on the eastern seaboard, the West Australian Government says its planned unit, announced yesterday, does not need extra funding.

"The Victorian and NSW governments recognised that additional funding and resources needed to be provided for an effective defence and response anti-terrorism unit to be established.

"They dedicated $37 million and $17 million respectively, but we have no word from Dr Gallop as to how a specialist unit in Western Australia would be funded."Dr Gallop said the state's tactical response group was well equipped and trained to respond to a crisis situation.

Y'all don't come back now y'here!

By The CIA 22 November 2002

NSW Government misfits violence
New South Wales Police Minister Michael Costa and Greens MP Ian Cohen have clashed in the state's Parliament over the use of police horses in World Trade Organisation (WTO) protests in central Sydney.

Ben English and Rachel Morris who spell their name in capitals?
Not very good comparisons when one takes into account the Bali bombing was a Coalition of the Killing false flag operation to help bolster support and quell dissent for the illegal and degrading resource wars on Iraq and Afghanistan.

Howard defends terror alert
Prime Minister John Howard says the Federal Government would not have issued a terror alert if it had not come from a credible source. (America?) Speaking for the first time since the Government revealed the warning, Mr Howard says he wants people to be more careful, but not to stop living. [As long as they don't go dancing in Bali? And sure we'll all be depressed for as long as John Howard and Bob Carr say so.]

Carr backs Fed Govt's terror alert
New South Wales Premier Bob Carr has defended the Federal Government's decision to issue a warning to Australians about a possible terrorist attack in Australia.

NSW Police Force may get 'special powers'
Civil libertarians are questioning the need for further anti-terrorism laws, which will be announced in the New South Wales Parliament on Tuesday.

When Johnny comes marching home again: 'hoorah hoorah'
Posted on the Resistance web page Bronwyn Powell, an organiser of the youth-led mobilisation told Green Left weekly that "in the face of attacks on civil liberties, it is unfortunate that some union officials have felt they need to submit. It could set a negative precedent for upholding the hard-won right to demonstrate in the street."

Police show their real colours 'blue'
Several thousand people have marched through the centre of Sydney protesting against globalisation and the treatment of asylum seekers. Police provided the protesters with an escort despite refusing to issue permits for demonstrations.

Give peace a chance
PIERS AKERMAN DT 28 Nov 02: JUSTICE John Dowd should be removed from the bench. His crime? Stupidity. In a breath-taking display of hand-wringing sanctimonious morality, Dowd has condemned the State and Federal Governments' anti-terrorism measures, claiming they erode rights and give encouragement to oppressive regimes.

Bills, Bills and more Bills NSW Parliament deep in debt
NSW Parliament is unjustifiable creating intellectual debt, Academics, politicians, judges, lawyers and volunteers.

It is an absolute disgrace to: Undermine civil and democratic rights The event, hosted by a State MP Lee Rhiannon just a week before the meeting of the World Trade Organisation in Sydney, has enraged Police Minister Michael Costa, who said using the House for the event was appalling. Upper House Greens MP Lee Rhiannon is hosting the forum for about 60 people in State Parliament's Jubilee Room on November 8.

The scavengers of terror
The NSW Government is to introduce increased police powers bill. Legislation giving New South Wales police special powers to deal with an emergency terrorist situation [emergency scapegoat situation] will be introduced into the New South Wales Parliament today.

Carr out of touch with public about new police powers
It will bring together 70 specialist staff such as [so called terrorism experts like Andrew Scipione ?] police, forensic experts and intelligence analysts [from the CIA and FBI ?] under the one roof to plan and prepare for a possible terrorist attack [false flag operation] in the state. At the same time, the Premier has also announced police will soon get extra powers to deal with terrorism. [State terror focused on dissent.]

Greens more of a human touch
What is a real job? Writes Political Reporter Malcolm Farr Daily Tele Article 11 Nov 2002. "It would start if candidates had a CV of real jobs, such as medicine (Senator Brown), or even zoo keeping (NSW Upper House Green Lee Rhiannon ). Which leaves the type of candidate summed up by Kerry Nettle, who was elected a NSW senator at the poll a year ago.

Koch's Skoff Channel 7' Sunrise
Charming when you run some one down like Zanny Begg member of the National Executive of Resistance using the power of National Media and the presenter is opinionated to go along with it.

The Australian Flag - Burn baby burn
If John Howard is not constitutional and racist. If our obligations to human rights are not being upheld, then burn baby burn the Australian flag in protest and start it with little Lucifer like a picture of Bob Carr.
How much is a war worth?