UK Terror War Newswire Archive
12-06-2006 19:50We are accused of terrorism:
if we defended rose and woman
and the mighty verse ...
and the blueness of sky ...
11-06-2006 14:32The killing of Abu Mussab Zarqawi leaves largely intact the threat of attacks from small, independent cells — the "100 Ben Ladens" that Egypt's president once said could be spawned by the US-led war in Iraq.
10-06-2006 21:43Fundamental principles of the American republic were thrown overboard by Spygate, the current spying scandal.. The Bush administration crossed the Rubicon when Bush set himiself above the law in the course of the bugging scandal.. Compared to Spygate, Watergate was a kindergarten picnic.
08-06-2006 21:54I was a firm believer in the war on terror, its aims, resolution never to bow down and eventually its ultimate success. This article would have reflected that, but while trawling through reams and reams of official government releases in order to write said article, I found evidence that starting in 1979 the American Government, headed up then by President Carter had begun a policy of funding Islamic terrorists to fight the soviets in Afghanistan. As well as extensive evidence that this policy was not only expanded in Afghanistan but also other groups opposing communism were funded in other countries. Eventually my own views were changed and this article will now show, that since 1979 successive American Presidents selectively or intentionally ignorant attitude toward unintended consequences of foreign policy decisions, has figured largely in the scourge of Islamic extremist terrorism the world now faces.
07-06-2006 22:21Is it any wonder the hotbed of anti-western feeling in the Islamic world is resulting in more and more terrorism? When time and again mainly America, but also other western countries display a willingness to go further than, or create new laws when it comes to attacking and/or occupying oil bearing countries, ejecting Muslim clerics alleged to have incited or glorified terrorism, or imprisoning alleged terrorists for years without charge, and (in the sham War on Terror) invading the countries where they helped Islamic terror to flourish when the terrorists aims no longer coincide with U.S oil interests
06-06-2006 20:32There is no "war on terror." The invasion and occupation of Iraq are not part of a "war on terror." Neither are the current threats and war preparations against Iran. The "war on terror" doesn't exist—no matter how many times the Bush administration cites it to justify its aggressions, no matter how often Republicans and Democrats debate how to best carry it out, and no matter how frequently it's referenced in the U.S. bourgeois media.
02-06-2006 17:50IT IS TIME TO SURROUND PARLIAMENT, AND DEMAND AN END TO THIS ILLEGAL WAR, AND THE PLANS FOR THE EXPANSION OF WIDER AGGRESSION!!!!
Make Summer plans to join a rotating protest.
Block Downing Street. Fill it with copies of the "Downing Street Minutes". Harass the media.
31-05-2006 13:45The present conflict between the Western governments and the Islamic Republic of Iran can have disastrous human, political and social consequences. The terrible experience of Iraq has shown to all the catastrophes that can result from economic sanctions and a military attack. Deterioration of living conditions, economic plight, death, destruction and displacement of people, and increased repression by the Islamic regime, would be some of the immediate consequences of economic sanctions or a military attack on Iran. This policy would unleash Islamic terrorism on a regional scale and escalate it internationally.
21-05-2006 22:33...from STRATFOR Strategic Forecasting:
11-05-2006 15:26…from The Scotsman:
10-05-2006 20:13While imperialism acts with brutal hypocrisy
against Palestinian democracy…
Israel continues to create facts on the ground.
The Intifada continues…
01-05-2006 18:30Before we attack another Muslim country, shouldn't we inventory the psyops campaign that creates permission in the public mind for war on Iran? Isnt war the ultimate hate crime?
18-04-2006 19:04A for Anarchy
V for Vendetta - Thursday 8pm
14-04-2006 14:38The newly introduced Terrorism Act 2006 has some alarming clauses relating to websites - particularly likely to affect sites where members of the public can contribute content. Unwary bloggers, forum owners and even Indymedia staff could find themselves held liable (with maximum 7-year sentence) for unwitting "endorsement" of materials deemed to be terrorist in nature.
13-04-2006 19:50In this lecture by Michel Chossudovsky, he blows away the smokescreen put up by the mainstream media...