Sunday, 3 October 2010


Two former senior commanders of the SAS have warned that Britain's security forces would be unable to cope with a Mumbai-style terrorist attack in central London.

SAS officers warn that Britain is unprepared for a Mumbai-style attack
During a 'commando-style' raid by 10 gunmen on hotels and cafés in Mumbai in November 2008, 174 people were killed and more than 300 injured over three days 
Colonel Richard Williams and Lieutenant General Graeme Lamb said that such a "paramilitary threat" would "overmatch" any land-based police force and turn, the Shithole,  into a war zone.
If that's the case, what the fuck are we spending all this money on.  The Armed Forces, MI5, MI6, GCHQ, the SAS, the SBS, the Police etc, etc, etc.  Costing a fucking fortune and for what?  So that our forces, the head country in the 'Commonwealth', the country with more CCTV cameras than anywhere else in the world couldn't cope with a terrorist attack better than some ill-trained, scared shitless, Indian troops!  


Anonymous said...

Had we not joined Bush's war on terror there'd be no terrorists wanting to attack us.

Had we not illegally invaded Afghanistan and Iraq, two wars that had fuck all to do with us (and the Americans for that matter) there wouldn't be a seriously pissed off Muslim population within the UK.

Had we not imported Pakistanis and Bangladeshis to work in the clothing mills in the North, because the Mill Owners wanted to maintain profits on larger orders but needed a far cheaper workforce, we wouldn't have a pissed off population of Muslims that's spread like bacteria since the 70's.

Had we had immigration policies, instead of open door policies under NuLabour, not forgetting bogus student visas and tourists never going home from Muslim lands our population wouldn't be getting as big as it is.

Had we a defence force (read armed forces) in the UK instead of abroad, staying here to PROTECT BRITAIN WHICH IS WHAT THEY'RE SUPPOSED TO BE FUCKING DOING, then we'd be able to cope with a terrorist threat. Then again just go back to the top point to see that we would never be in this position if we'd never got involved.

The whole thing fucking stinks and yet people today still support Afghanistan and Iraq and worse still believe that 9/11 was a terrorist attack along with 7/7. Honestly the fuckwitts, easily led sheep who haven't got a fucking clue!

What this recent comment of not being able to survive a terrorist attack seems to me as though the government are about to move forward with their obliteration of our liberties by bringing in another police organisation but more importantly leaning towards an armed security service, like the Carabinieri in Italy. The NWO realises that the armed forces could be a problem and therefore needs its own heavily armed security services to protect them when society wakes up and decides enough's enough.

More bullshit from the media.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Harbingers, It's just the usual 'soften them up' manoeuvre because when the MI6 inspired 'terrorist' attack comes, as come it will, they will be able to put more money into the defence forces to keep them sweet. We have got so many fucking Generals and Admirals, if we gave them each a gun they could be our new defence force. But that of course would mean they had to get off their gold plated arses and actually do what they are paid for instead of playing politics.

Major Fuckup (retd) said...

We needed 60 busies to stop that pissed up London barrister with a double barrel the other week so it will be interesting to see what happens when the religion of peace arrive to stir things up. We have a far more professional service but for some reason we don't seem to want to deploy it. Strange.
Interesting to see in your photo that the Indians still use the old 7.62mm SLR. We should have kept that for our Forces. Certainly make your eyes water compared to our pea shooters.

Budvar said...

I don't think going into Iraq/Afghanistan has a right lot to do with our "As British as the day is long" Talibani friends getting uppity, yes it might have emboldened them, but the start of the "uppityness" started back in the 80s with the carry on with Ray Honeyford and Drummond middle school and the Salman Rushdie demo in my home town. (Do a search for info if unfamiliar)

The 7/7 thing, I don't know, I live about a mile down the road from the home of Mohammad Sidique Khan, he and his fellow travellers were "real people". I don't doubt for a minute that MI5 (or whoever) knew about the attack before hand and allowed it to go ahead for their own ends, but I don't buy into it being shall I say an "exclusively" MI5 operation. It was amateurish in execution and left too many loose ends to tie up.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Major, yes and the fucking gun wasn't even loaded! The old 7.62mm, what shite do we have?

Dark Lochnagar said...

Budvars, I remember that Salman Rushdie shite, but Ray Honeyford, I'll need to research but as the golf is about to start it won't be at the moment! The very fact that 7/7 as amateurish could possibly mean it was a MI5 operation as they don't seem to be all that professional!

Anonymous said...


Iraq and Afghanistan to Muslims were attacks on Muslims. Considering that Muslims are part of a hive mentality, herein lies the problem. An attack on Afghanistan and Iraq was an attack on them.

As for Ray Honeyford, that was all to do with allowing a minority group take control, when Honeyford, as the school's head should have had full support and backing from the local council and the government. Instead he was treated despicably. Then again, when you start putting immigrants into control within your councils this is what you can expect. There should have been a public outcry but already the Marxists had infiltrated the education long before.

7/7 was a joint operation by Mossad and the British security services. You'd have to be a serious Terence Fuckwitt to believe otherwise. The 4 bombers are patsies and I don't doubt for one minute that Mohammad Sidique Khan was set up. Sure he left a video as did the others, and? What does that prove? It proves they left videos but that's all it proves. For all we know they could very well have made a documentary on would be suicide bombings in the UK as a warning to other fellow Muslims not to do it. Consider also that none of these Muslims had any previous also and one starts to wonder. One must also check Mohammad Sidique Khan's background to see that he worked with the community. I very much believe in the 7/7 Ripple Effect as being a damn good place to start. 7/7 didn't fully achieve for the government what was expected (Tony Blair's reign was flagging, people were disillusioned with Afghanistan and Iraq, skeptical about 9/11 and the war on terror) but it did enough to continue the war.

As for Salman Rushdie, that was a Muslim on Muslim thing. Salman was 'disrespecting' their holy book and would obviously inflame tensions. The size of Muslims within the UK, worse still allowing them to form ghettos should never have been allowed, but then it was all, also planned to be this way. It's all about bringing in aliens, polar opposite to your way of life, create tension by pandering to them and then attacking their faith in wars abroad, watch the trouble ensue at home and create a ready made anti alien force that will back up government anti terror laws and wars abroad.

I'll repeat what I said that had we not gone into Afghanistan and Iraq, but more importantly waging a war of Islam (which we are) then Islam wouldn't be fighting back. It's common sense. You don't poke at a hornet's nest with a stick if you don't want to get stung.

Conan the Librarian™ said...

Major, the L129A1 Sharpshooter rifle has a strange resemblance to the old SLR...

Major Fuckup (retd) said...

DL. We have the 5.6mm SA80

Conan.. Apart from the ammo it's a bit different...

( scroll down to the bottom of the page )

Conan the Librarian™ said...

Fair enough Major, only ever seen it at a distance before.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Harbingers/Budvar, I didn't remember the Ray Honeyford incident, but I took this wee bit out of a Guardian article from 2006 which exonerates him, "The fact that we have a Communities Secretary at all, more than 30 years after the Race Relations Act was passed, is testimony to failure, as well as to the bureaucratic instinct for survival. Official attempts to guide our racial and intercultural relations having apparently achieved very little so far - Miss Kelly's speech was made at the launch of yet another quango, this one called the Commission on Integration and Cohesion. For those who want to establish new quangos, nothing succeeds like failure: the more failures, the more quangos". Seems about right to me.

Blair certainly needed a '7/7' to boost his flagging Government in much the same way that the Falklands War was a blessing in disguise for Thatcher.

The Iraq/Afghanistan thing is obviously seen by Muslims as a Christian crusade, rather than what it is really about, which is oil.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Major Fucker, it looks pretty lethal to me, but is the complaint not that in jams easily? What do the sheetheads have and where do they get them from?

Dark Lochnagar said...

Conan, as far a distance as possible.

banned said...

Ray Honeyford was a wake up call for most of us and a "keep your head down" call for those in teaching who were not believers.

7/7? No video ever released of the bombers moving about in CCTV'd London, 1 iffy pic of a group of "asian" men not even close together, return rail tickets, explosive "found in abandoned car" at Luton, security exercise being held that very day in London...and it goes on.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Banned, I don't remember the incident but I had my own company then and probably had other things to concern me.

7/7, decidely dodgy!

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