Tuesday, February 3, 2004

Britain ponders new terrorism laws?

The British Government is considering introducing new legislation that it claims would make it easier to convict suspected terrorists, [scapegoats for the Coalition of the Killing's resource war's in the Middle East.]

The measures suggested by Home Secretary David Blunkett would expand current anti-terrorism laws, [scapegoat laws], that already allow for the detention of foreigners who are suspected of terrorism, [scapegoats for the Coalition of the Killing's resource wars in the Middle East.]

Blunkett says Britons who are alleged to be planning attacks, [people minding their own business], should also be detained without charge and face sentencing on the basis of "probable guilt" rather than "guilt beyond reasonable doubt".

[Just plain rubbish, fear-mongering to help bolster support and quell dissent for the Coalition of the Killing's illegal and degrading resource war's in the Middle East.]

Blunkett is also proposing sensitive evidence be withheld from defendants to protect intelligence sources.

[Now they want to lie to you about it because it's not true and just plain rubbish love.]

He says the measures would target potential suicide-bombers. [Rubbish!]

Civil liberties groups have criticised the proposals, saying they will fail to stop terrorist attacks. [? It will fail to stop the Coalition of the Killing.]

By Just Us 3 February 04


War criminals should be tried: Human Rights
The UN War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague should try George Bush, Tony Blair and John Howard for their part in the coalition of the killing for crimes against humanity.