Intelligence reports out of European Union security agencies say there is specific intelligence emerging that British ISIS recruits inside Iraq and Syria are being told to return home and carry out attacks, suggesting Britain has become the group’s next target.
The intelligence agencies had concern that Britain was already a likely target, and say that this week’s parliamentary vote on expanding their air war into Syria has greatly increased ISIS interest in hitting them as soon as possible.
The House of Commons vote capped off 10 hours of intense debate, with British PM David Cameron railing at opponents as “terrorist sympathizers” for not wanting to expand the war, and vowing to wipe out ISIS at all costs.
ISIS is also seen as keen to hit Russia in the near future, because of Russia’s escalating airstrikes against them, though their large number of EU recruits makes targets within EU member nations more convenient, and likely means Britain will come first.
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More likely to be a false flag operation . There is so much doubt these days , mostly on the internet I admit , over who is doing what and to whom half the time that it becoming second nature to think these things . Sad but true. Does make me wonder how long the internet will be open to all these alternate scenarios which totally go against what the likes of the BBC pump out. This war of terror must keep going and needs impetus from time to time to convince ordinary citizens ( or in the case of here in the UK subjects ) that there really is a near and present danger. Having said that us bombing Iraq and now Syria cannot help our security can it ?
Attacks on Britain would draw it closer to the other EU Member States. In France, the anti-EU Front National is reduced to wailing that the attacks would never have happend if it had been in power (an unlikely occurrence, given the electoral system) but making no mention of leaving the Union or abolishing the euro. Everyone can see that the Member States need each other's help to ward off both terrorists, floods of refugees and people like Putin, thereby creating the "de facto solidarity" Robert Schuman talked about in his famous Declaration of 9 May 1950.
Translation: incoherent non sequiturs, PUTIN. Irrelevant reference to history.
"Intelligence reports out of European Union security agencies" There is NO such thing.
The British strategy: let millions of Muslims settle in your country. Attack Muslim countries. RECIPE FOR DISASTER.
Oh, does this mean that the "Intel people" are planing another one?
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