With news this week of an American Journalists death in Iraq, people are questioning IS motives and the role the UK and US has had in the state Iraq is now in. We have seen a spread of terror being used by States to oppress dissenters from the US to Nigeria, whilst using the “threat” of terrorism to instil a heightened sense of fear within the people.
— Fahad Ansari (@fahadansari) August 22, 2014
DRONE DECAPITATION… Surely the word "barbarians" must also then be applied to those that behead children by drone!
— Carol Anne Grayson (@Quickieleaks) August 20, 2014
War on terror is basically #Ferguson writ large. Why torture? Why GTMO? Why drones? IMO, answer is simple, racism.
— Alexa O'Brien (@carwinb) August 22, 2014
— Anas Altikriti (@anasaltikriti) August 18, 2014
British Muslim organisations “monitored” by US govt project http://t.co/iVnp2Ke29w
— 5Pillarz (@5Pillarz) August 19, 2014
— CAGE (@UK_CAGE) August 18, 2014
— Channel 4 Dispatches (@C4Dispatches) August 18, 2014
You know it's terror hype when Pentagon calls a press conference to use action movie terms such as 'apocalyptic' … http://t.co/xoxVbp0MOc
— Naomi Wolf (@naomirwolf) August 22, 2014
How US justifies killing citizens: 1) Eye for eye (death penalty) 2) War on Terror (CIA drone strikes) 3) Police work (racist murders)
— David Harris-Gershon (@David_EHG) August 16, 2014
— Ian56 (@Ian56789) August 17, 2014
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