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World {not just Brits} Surge in Criminal Terror


By jimstaro - Posted on 21 July 2010

UK's terror surge after Iraq invasion

21 July 2010 SECRET Service chiefs were "swamped" with terror plots by British Muslims after the invasion of Iraq, MI5's ex-boss said yesterday.

Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller told the official Iraq War inquiry the conflict in 2003 turned a generation of young "home-grown" Muslims into fanatics.

The invasion "substantially" increased the risk of terror attacks - to the point where she asked then-PM Tony Blair to DOUBLE her budget.

She said: "Our involvement in Iraq radicalised, for want of a better word, a whole generation of young people who saw our involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan as being an attack on Islam."

She said the secret services were soon "overburdened" with intelligence on "plots, leads to plots and things that we needed to pursue". Continued

She's lying through her teeth so boldly that it'd be a wonder if she still had any teeth, frontal teeth anyway, left.

She speaks as a true, real political terrorist and war criminal.

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