New Police Terror Posters Encourage Stasi UK
Got a van? use a phone, computer or a camera? That's suspicious
Monday, March 5, 2007  

The newest London Metropolitan Police publicity campaign posters have been released today and, as usual, encourage the public to be scared of anyone who uses a phone, carries a bag, drives a van or takes pictures with a camera because they may be terrorists.

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The Met website datapage states:

"Trust your instincts: it could disrupt terrorist planning and save lives. That's the call to Londoners today as the Met launches its new counter-terrorism ad campaign.

Unusual activity or behaviour which seems out of place may be terrorist-related, and everyone who works, lives in or visits the capital is being urged to pass on any information to the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline.

Terrorists live within our communities, making their plans whilst doing everything they can to blend in, and trying not to raise suspicions about their activities. I would ask people to think about unusual behaviour they have witnessed, or things they have seen which seem to have no logical or obvious explanation."

A related radio ad is being broadcast in the UK that encourages the public to report anyone who loiters around or films crowded areas. Listen to the ad here.

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Radio script - Counter Terrorism campaign February 2007


Female Voice over:
How d’you tell the difference between someone just video-ing crowded place and someone who’s checking it out for a terrorist attack?

How can you tell if someone’s buying unusual quantities of stuff for a good reason or if they’re planning to make a bomb?

What’s the difference between someone just hanging around and someone behaving suspiciously?

How can you tell if they’re a normal everyday person, or a terrorist?

Male voice over:
The answer is, you don’t have to.

If you call the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321, the specialist officers you speak to will analyse the information. They’ll decide if and how to follow it up.

You don’t have to be sure. If you suspect it, report it.

Call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321 in confidence.

If there were real terrorists planning to do anything then they'd be very thankful to the government for creating more noise in the system and tipping them off for what not to do ahead of time.

While "Muhammed Akbar" now ensures to buy his bomb components in small quantities from different shops to evade suspicion, Grandma Brown's bulk shopping to save money lands her in the slammer.

Reports this weekend also highlighted the fact that MI5 is engaged in training supermarket checkout staff in terrorist profiling.

This publicity campaign follows in the path of a long line of Stasi UK campaigns that we have covered in the past, that do nothing to prevent terrorism and everything to encourage fear and suspicion amongst the British public.

Click here for a past report on such campaigns.



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