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Brasscheck TV Terror-Check

Of all British Muslims who have been arrested on terror charges…

Only 12% are actually charged with any crime…

Of all those are arrested, only 2% are convicted of anything…

And nearly all on minor offenses that have nothing to do with terrorism.


Politically motivated arrests of innocent people, designed for maximum media impact to terrorise YOU.

That’s what the “War on Terror” is all about.

In less than five years, these scary stories have cost Americans $430 BILLION – not including the over $300 BILLION spent on the Iraq War – and not to mention the loss of our Bill of Rights protections.

How serious was the “liquid bomb” threat?

Here’s a clip of some overly ambitious TV journalists who let the cat out of the bag before the story “solifified.”


No passports, no tickets, no bomb-making materials, but they were about to get on a plane to Disney World and bomb us

– Brasscheck

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-- Aldous Huxley

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