- Sunday, April 11 2004 FINANCIAL TIMES Terrorist chemical threat worse than suspected by Mark Huband, Security Correspondent (Paris) - Terrorists plotting toMessage 1 of 39 , Apr 11, 2004View SourceSunday,
April 11 2004
Terrorist chemical threat 'worse than suspected'
by Mark Huband, Security Correspondent
(Paris) - Terrorists plotting to use chemical weapons in Europe have
more advanced plans than security services previously suspected, a
senior French counter-terrorism official has warned.
Small groups of chemicals experts have been detected in several
European countries and have developed ways of communicating with each
other that allowed them to avoid being exposed.
"We have underestimated the terrorists' willingness and capacity to
develop chemical weapons," the French official told the Financial
Times. He said a recent wave of arrests in Britain and France has
revealed how far they had developed their plans.
- but the surgeon is a butcher, anything he is able to think of will spread the tumor. When the Nazi army invaded Russia, German soldiers were welcomed asMessage 39 of 39 , May 9, 2004View Sourcebut the surgeon is a butcher,
anything he is able to think of will spread the tumor.
When the Nazi army invaded Russia, German soldiers were welcomed as
liberators, so dreadful was the Soviet regime.
Out of the invader's arrogance and racism , the same people were soon
turned into insurgents . If there had not been a massive resistance by
the people , the Red Army was unable to win by itself. And remember
the war against Nazism was won on the Russian front.
There is no reason that the "non systematic" tortures achieved in Iraq
for efficiency purposes can't be valid in America too.
Expect that they will be more and more used in jails and police
stations , only to spare the money of the tax payers.