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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
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Submitted by M. al-Content (Portugal), Feb 25, 2006 at 16:07

I agree that the cartoon riots are reconnaisance, in that they are probes intended to reveal weakness.

I fear that they have been successful, and that those countries which showed the weakest response will suffer accordingly.
I was astounded by the response of the British government and the inaction of the Metropolitan police, and fear that more direct terrorist action will follow, to keep the process moving in the right direction. How utterly the victims of 7/7 have been forgotten !

The initial US administration line seemed to be 'it is ok because it is in defence of religious belief'. Although the hook, line and sinker did seem to get extracted a few days later, showing oneself to that easily fooled is likely to have serious consequences.
Thanks for drawing my attention to Plan 2020, somehow I had missed it up to now.

There seemed to be surprisingly little out there about it, but I did find this:http://www.theage.com.au/news/war-on-terror/alqaeda-chiefs-reveal-world-domination-design/2005/08/23/1124562861654.html

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