Who has attacked our freedoms more?

Terrorism is the systematic use of terror (imposing fear), especially as a means of coercion.

Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those acts which (1) are intended to create fear (terror), (2) are perpetrated for an ideological goal (as opposed to a materialistic goal or a lone attack), and (3) deliberately target (or disregard the safety of) non-combatants. Some definitions also include acts of unlawful violence or war.

Which one of these has been worse for Britain and YOU.

Terror stalks the land

Your lost liberties – listed

DNA samples from 1.1milion children held on register as Labour ‘plots database by stealth’

Blair’s ‘frenzied law making’ : a new offence for every day spent in office

Lisbon Treaty Treason

Show me your papers – Now official British policy

Welcome to Soviet Britain

Stalin’s Britain – citizens to spy on each other for the state

UK – Endemic surveillance state

Marching towards a police state

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