Post Tagged with: "terrorism"

Unanswered questions about the Las Vegas terrorist attack

Unanswered questions about the Las Vegas terrorist attack

On October 1st in Nevada, Las Vegas, one of the worst mass shootings in history took place. It was reported that Stephen Paddock opened fire on a large crowd of concert goers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. More than 489 people were injured and 58 died. For reasons that are[Read More...]

Pentagon revealed to have created fake terrorism videos

Pentagon revealed to have created fake terrorism videos

The Pentagon has been exposed as having paid a PR firm $540 million to manufacture fake terrorism videos from Iraq, it has been revealed. An investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism found that PR firm Bell Pottinger – who has previously worked on behalf of the Saudi government and Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet’s foundation – worked with the US[Read More...]

A deadly start to the Spring: Terrorist incident kills 34 and injures 200 in Belgium

A deadly start to the Spring: Terrorist incident kills 34 and injures 200 in Belgium

More than 30 people have reportedly been killed and many more injured following a terrorist attack which occurred in Brussels airport. It has been reported that the Islamic State (IS) have claimed responsibility for the bombings, which took place just a day after the Spring Equinox. So far it has been reported that 34 people have died in the incident,[Read More...]

Govt crackdown on homeschooling due to ‘terrorism’ threat

Govt crackdown on homeschooling due to ‘terrorism’ threat

The government is considering plans to investigate families which home-school their children in the UK. A review is currently being launched by Nicky Morgan after education officials claimed that many parents who homeschool their kids could potentially be “poisoning their minds” with extremist and terrorist ideologies. The government is currently using terrorism as a reason to monitor on parents who[Read More...]

US govt agents claim terrorist attacks will boost support for surveillance state

US govt agents claim terrorist attacks will boost support for surveillance state

Increasing terrorist attacks could help to boost public support for additional surveillance laws, according to law enforcement officials. In a story which first appeared in the Washington Post, many law and intelligence agencies claimed that while at present, many people do not support having their privacy eroded by government agencies, events such as the Philadelphia police shooting and the recent[Read More...]