Each time violent incidents occur in Europe or America, they’re automatically called terrorism despite no credible evidence proving it.
Wednesday’s incident in London left five dead, numerous others injured. Police lethally shot the alleged attacker. Dead men tell no tales.
Weeks earlier, Britain’s senior counterintelligence officer Mark Rowley said UK security services run more than 500 simultaneous terror-related investigations, resulting in numerous arrests, solely on the basis of suspicions, not credible evidence of wrongdoing or intent.
For years, state-owned BBC and other UK media hyped the threat of Islamic terrorism.
Rowley claimed authorities foiled over a dozen potential terrorist attacks in recent years through so-called public tips failing to explain how criminality can be detected if no crime occurred.
Post-9/11, numerous headline-making, high-profile violent incidents in America, Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, and Norway were automatically called terrorist attacks.
Or were they state-sponsored false flags perpetrated to hype fear? Hysteria replaced reason. Innocent patsies were falsely blamed part of a diabolical plot to advance interests harming millions domestically and abroad.
Crackdowns on freedom replaced rule of law protections. Imperial wars were launched, ongoing in multiple theaters, Muslims demonized as a convenient enemy of choice.
Hyped fear continues gripping Europe and America, heightened by Wednesday’s London attack, 200 meters from Parliament Square.