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Wikipedia's photo for 'terrorism', depicting 9/11, the archetypal 21st century terrorist act, but in keeping with its position as establishment gatekeeper it promulgates the official narrative without serious question.
Interest of • Aberdeen Terrorism Research Unit
• Fouad Ajami
• Yonah Alexander
• Alex Alexiev
• Anti Terrorism Coalition
• Juval Aviv
• Shmuel Bar
• Richard Barrett
• Jillian Becker
• J. Bowyer Bell
• Harry van den Bergh
• Joseph W. Bishop
• Cofer Black
• Eric Blumenfeld
• Remi Brulin
• Stephen Bryen
• Buckingham University Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies
• Bureau of Counterterrorism and Countering Violent Extremism
• David Burrill
• Cambridge Security Programme
• Vincent Cannistraro
• Center for Domestic Preparedness
• Center for Peace and Security Studies
• Center for Threat Awareness
• Center on Global Counter-Terrorism Cooperation
• Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies
• Centre for Conflict Studies
• Centre for Policing Intelligence & Counter Terrorism
• Centre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism
• Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence
• Joseph Chorba
• Richard Clarke
• Frank Cluskey
• Marc Cogen
• Lamont Colucci
• Combating Terrorism Center
• Control Risks/Information Services
• Council on Global Terrorism
• Counter Terrorism Programme
• Counterterrorism Blog
• Counterterrorism Center
• Martha Crenshaw
• Danny Defenbaugh
• Josh Devon
• Avi Dichter
• Lawrence Eagleberger
• Rachel Ehrenfeld
• Expert Group on Violent Radicalisation
• Roxane Farmanfarmaian
• Charles Farr
• Brian Fishman
• Jeremy Fleming
• Samuel T. Francis
• David Gaubatz
• John Gearson
• Bruce George
• Georgetown University
• Global Counter Terrorism Forum
• Good Harbor Consulting
• Hamilton Trading Group
• Hiroshi Hasegawa
• Francois Heisbourg
• Henry L. Stimson Center
• Paul Henze
• Michael Hershman
• Bruce Hoffman
• HonestReporting
• Hans Josef Horchem
• John Horgan
• Institut für Terrorismusforschung
• Institute for National Security Studies
• Institute for Security Studies
• Institute for Studies in International Terrorism
• Institute for the Study of Terrorism
• International Association for Counterterrorism and Security Professionals
• International Center for Terrorism Studies
• International Center for the Study of Terrorism
• International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research
• International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence
• International Institute for Counter-Terrorism
• International Institute of Strategic Studies
• International Security Council
• Investigative Project on Terrorism
• Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies
• Jebsen Center for Counter-Terrorism Studies
• Brian Michael Jenkins
• Larry Johnson
• Paul Johnson
• Joint Terrorism Task Force
• Jonathan Institute
• Alun Gwynne Jones
• George Keegan Jr
• Rita Katz
• Jack Kemp
• Lane Kirkland
• Annie Kriegel
• W. Patrick Lang
• Walter Laqueur
• Neil Livingstone
• Alistair MacWillson
• Tamara Makarenko
• Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens
• Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism
• Ariel Merari
• Patrick Mercer
• Eric Moonman
• Muslim Contact Unit
• Nathan Hale Institute
• National Counterterrorism Center
• National Investigation Agency
• Amiram Nir
• Northeast Intelligence Network
• Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism
• Emanuele Ottolenghi
• Palestinian Media Watch
• Reuven Paz
• Daniel Pipes
• Policy Counter Terrorism Evaluation Group
• Stefan Possony
• Uri Ra-Anan
• Merlyn Rees
• Research Foundation for the Study of Terrorism
• Research Information and Communications Unit
• Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism
• Risk and Security Management Forum
• Rafal Rohozinski
• Barry Rubin
• Bayard Rustin
• SITE Intelligence Group
• Marc Sageman
• Sayeret Matkal
• Alex P. Schmid
• School of the Americas
• Search for International Terrorist Entities
• Meir Shamgar
• Shoebridge Consulting
• Charles Shoebridge
• Stephen Sloan
• Strategic Programme Fund
• Max Taylor
• Caleb Temple
• Terrorism Research Center
• Terrorism Research Centre
• Titan Corporation
• Philip Towle
• Gregory Treverton
• Trevi Group
• UN/Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force
• UN/Security Council/Counter-Terrorism Committee
• United Nations Roster of Experts on Terrorism
• Paul Vallely
• Vince Cannistraro
• Washington Policy and Analysis Inc.
• Ben J. Wattenberg
• Richard Whittam
• Paul Wilkinson
• World Federation of Scientists Permanent Monitoring Panel on Terrorism
• Elmo Zumwalt
Those atrocities which are not committed by governments.

"Terrorism" is an enemy image used to promote anger and fear against its designated targets. It is an increasingly common aspect of commercially-controlled media reports in the 21st century, particularly since 9/11. The stereotypical image, that of a Muslim suicide bomber, is exploited to try to scare lawmakers into passing Draconian and vaguely worded laws, and to scare the public into acquiescing. These laws often related to mass surveillance or otherwise infringe on civil liberties. Fox News reported in 2009 that the US Department of Defense was referring to protest activity as "low level terrorism"[1] and non-violent peace campaigners have been the victim of them.

“Terrorism is not really an '-ism'. There's no connection between the Sandinistas who fought the Contras and Al Qaida or Colombia's FARC and fisherman turned pirates in Africa and Asia, yet they are all called "terrorists". That's just a convenient way for your government to convince the world that there is another enemy '-ism' out there, like communism used to be. It diverts attention from the very real problems.

Our narrow-minded attitudes and the resultant policies foment violence, rebellion and wars. In the long run, almost noone benefits from attacking the people we label as "terrorists", with one, glaring exception:- the corporatocracy. Those who own and run the companies that build the ships, missiles and armoured vehicles, make guns, uniforms and bulletproof vests, distribute food, soft drinks and ammunition, provide insurance, medicines and toilet paper, constructions ports, airstrips and housing and reconstruct devastated villages, schools, factories and hospitals. They, and only they, are the big winners. The rest of us are hoodwinked by that one, loaded word "terrorist".

The current economic collapse has awakened us to the importance of regulating and reining in the people who control the businesses that benefit from the misuse of words like "terrorism" and who perpetrate other scams. We recognize today that white collar executives are not a special, incorruptible breed.”

Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann - [2]

The United States legal definition of terrorism specifically excludes acts done by sovereign states.[3][4] According to U.S. law (22 U.S.C. 2656f(d)(2))[5] terrorism is defined as “premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant targets by subnational groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience".[6][7][8] There is no international consensus on a legal or academic definition of terrorism.[9] United Nations conventions have failed to reach consensus on a definition of terrorism and state terrorism.[10] Nevertheless, "terrorism" is used to describe incidents "facilitated" by agents provocateurs from the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force‎.

"Terrorism is the war of the poor. War is the terrorism of the rich." - Leon Uris

Official narrative

The official narrative of terrorism is that in the 21st century, modern technology and increased access to information (especially about WMD, "weapons of mass destruction") has brought about a grave threat which needs to be countered by exceptional measures. Collectively referred to as the "War on terror", governments need such measures to be able to protect their citizens from heightened threat posed by "extermist" terrorists.

The commercially-controlled media consistently promote the official narrative about terrorism, especially from Muslims.[11] In November 2014, the BBC headlined a story that "Terrorism threat is on the increase".[12] In January 2016, Ross Douthat wrote for the New York Times that immigration of Muslims into Germany "threatens not just a spike in terrorism but a rebirth of 1930s-style political violence."[13]


The most obvious weakness of the official narrative is that, as EU Counter-terrorism Coordinator, Gijs M. de Vries, noted in 2005 that "we still lack a global definition of terrorism."[14]

Other major problems include its failure to mention (or sometimes, its explicit exclusion of) state terrorism, false flag terrorism or the clear motivations of "counter-terrorist authorities" to exaggerate or deliberately increase "the terrorist threat". The prison-industrial-judidicial-intelligence agency enforcement complex has an obvious commercial incentive for increasing terrorism and fear of it.

The FBI, for example, has incited many terrorist plots in USA (according to Project Censored, the majority[15]) but commercially-controlled media are very reluctant to report on this. Since 2001 especially, the deep state has been rolling back civil liberties and building a police state under the pretext of the "War on terror".

"Domestic Terrorism"

After spreading the meme of "Islamic terrorism", and introducing laws with the implication that "this for for them, not us" the phrase "domestic terrorism" was gradually introduced, equating with terrorism many kinds of dissent which were legal and/or non-violent. Documents from the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security identify the non-violent Occupy movement as a “terrorist” activity.[16] The FBI however turned a blind eye (or worse) to the Dallas occupy plot, a "a long-term plan to kill local Occupy leaders via sniper fire".[17]


Israel used the word "terrorism" in the 1960s and '70s to refer to attacks by Palestinians, whether against civil or military targets. In 1972, Richard Nixon, describing attacks on civil aviation, became the first US Persident to use the word "terrorism".[18] President Carter used the word "terrorism" about the hostage taking of the US embassy staff in Tehran, but the word remained very seldom used until the 1983 Beirut barracks bombings.[18] The single most important conference in the establishment of the "war on terror" was the JCIT held in Jerusalem in 1979, which attributed a lot of "terrorism" - inaccurately, in fact - to the Soviet Union.

"War on terror"

Full article: Rated 4/5 “War on terror”

The war on terror, which was rolled out after the end of the cold war - conveniently from the point of view of the Military-industrial-congressional complex - can be understood as the same old same old, a war on enemy governments and non-state actors. As Professor Mark Selden summarises: "American politicians and most social scientists definitionally exclude actions and policies of the United States and its allies [as terrorism]". Eliminating "terrorism" is not among the real goals of the "war on terror". These include self-enrichment, covering up of earlier crimes and in particular the introduction of a technological control grid including mass surveillance and the de facto elimination of civil liberties.

False flag terror

Full article: Rated 4/5 False flag

Arguably, most large scale terrorist plots in the 21st century have been false flag attacks, i.e. designed to be blamed on people other than the real perpetrators. The extent this represents a new tendency is moot and likely to remain so (due to the difficulty of establishing the real perpetrators of acts of terrorism now long past), but can be surmised to include a more generalised concensus of world public opinion that terrorist attacks are wrong, whatever their details and motivations. In a world in which such an understanding is firmly established, there is little to gain and a lot to lose by carrying out acts of terror — while false flag attacks become correspondingly more attractive to those groups who believe that they can not only not only them out but also successfully pin the blame on some other group.

In 2014, Human Rights Watch issued a report that reported that almost all the highest-profile domestic terrorism plots in the United States since 9/11 featured the "direct involvement" of government agents or informants. It reported that "in some cases the FBI may have created terrorists out of law-abiding individuals by suggesting the idea of taking terrorist action or encouraging the target to act."[19]


Full article: Rated 4/5 “Counter-terrorism”

Beware thinking that "Counter-terrorism" is necessarily a counter to "terrorism"! The idea that "terrorism" presents such a threat that particular forces and special measures are needed to counter it is incorrect. In fact, the main purpose of having such parallel law-enforcement structures appears to be to contain information in a small group of specially selected people, so as to prevent exposure of the true perpetrators.

Terrorism research

Full article: Stub class article Terrorism research

Nafeez Ahmed describes a very large proportion of terrorism research as "bullshit", and observes that "among the most consistent findings is that the field is full of very serious, beard-stroking, speculative conjecture dressed up as ‘theory'."[20] Much of the research is carried out in institutes set up by spooky researchers who attend deep state milieux such as Le Cercle - who themselves were closely involved in the 1979 JCIT.


Full article: “Extremism”

The lack of a consistent legal definition of "terrorism" has encouraged the use of alternative vocabulary. The 7/7 bombings in London were described "violent extremism" by the commercially-controlled media, which launched the term in July 2005. The phrase "Non-violent extremism" was launched in January 2011, and "terror experts" have argued the (etymologically intuitive point) that these are "the distinction between “non-violent extremism” and “violent extremism” is not a valid one” (Alex Schmid). The word "radicalisation" is often used in connection with measures to censor the internet, amid claims that information has the power to change people into (usually religious, i.e. Muslim) "extremists".


Full article: “Cyberterrorism”

The 21st century has seen the promotion of the word "cyberterrorism", which purports to be the threat posed by terrorists to computer based infrastructure. Like other forms of terrorism itself, the commercially-controlled media are expansive about the threat, but the word is never defined, and the media's claims rarely if ever stand up to close scrutiny (indeed, they are rarely detailed enough to warrant it). The main practitioners of this would appear to be the NSA, whose extensive capabilities have been demonstrated by the Edward Snowden Affair. Western commercially-controlled media never describes the NSA as cyberterrorists, although they have created viruses such as Stuxnet.

Use of the word by Wikispooks

Wikispooks has a lot of material relating to both "terrorism" and "counter-terrorism". Since early 2017 it has followed the lead of other terrorsceptic internet commentators[21][22] and applying double quotes around the word "terrorism" to highlight its deceptive nature.


Full article: Terrorism/Response

The response to "terrorism" has been remarkably uniform in nature, as governments around the world have used the fear (or acquiescence) of their populace to introduce laws and other technology that facilitate mass surveillance of the citizenry.



     Page name     DateAttributed toPerpetrator(s)Description
2004 Madrid train bombings11 March 2004Al-Qaeda
2016 Orlando nightclub shootingOmar Mateen
9-1111 September 20019-11/The 19 Hijackers
Zacarias Moussaoui
Operation Gladio/B
US/Deep state
Car bomb
CyberterrorismThe use of computers by "terrorists" to cause disruption. This is an arena in which the determination of responsibility is particularly difficult, and therefore false flag attacks arethat much more easy.
Islamic terrorism
Oklahoma City bombing19 April 1995Timothy McVeigh
Terry Nichols
US/Deep state
Oktoberfest Bombing26 September 1980
San Bernardino shooting2 December 2015Syed Rizwan Farook
Tashfeen Malik

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
File:A Global Chronology of Incidents of Chemical, Biological, Radioactive and Nuclear Attacks 1950-2005.pdfreport7 July 2006Hamid Mohtadi
Antu Murshid
A summary of Chemical, Biological, Radioactive and Nuclear Attacks, from 1950 - 2005, giving the number of injuries and fatalities, and other information (if known) on the perpetrators and motives.
A Long History of America's Dark Sidearticle7 October 2010Peter Dale Scott
Robert Parry
Americans are encouraged to unquestioningly view their country and its soldiers as the "good guys" spreading “democracy” and “liberty” around the world. When the US inflicts death and destruction, it’s viewed as a mistake or an aberration. This article reviews the long history of these acts of brutality, a record that suggests they are neither a “mistake” nor an “aberration” but a conscious counterinsurgency doctrine on the "dark side".
A lesson from Brussels we refuse to learnarticle24 March 2016Jonathan CookCommentary on the shortcomings of a Simon Jenkins article on the Mass murder in Brussels
Bangkok Blast - Who the Liars Say Did It, Says it Allarticle18 August 2015Tony CartalucciAnalysis of the 18 August terrorist bombing in Bangkok illustrating western media (especially the BBC) bias by omission of major salient points
File:FBI Report - Terrorism 1980-2005.pdfreport2005FBINon-Muslims responsible for over 90% of all terrorist attacks in America
File:Jewish Terrorism under the British Mandate.pdffactsheet2006CJPMEInformation about specifically Jewish acts of terrorism against British military, police and civilian personnel in the years between the end of World War II and the establishment of the state of Israel
Mrs. May & MI5 In Disarraywebpage11 June 2017Matthew Jamison
Paul Wilkinson, extract from The "Terrorism" Industrybook extract12 May 1990Edward S. Herman
Radicalisation - UK.gov gets itself in cluster-muddle over 'terrorism'article25 August 2016Alexander J Martin
File:Report on Terrorism 2014.pdfreport30 April 2014United States Department of StateA summary of global "terrorism" in 2014.
File:Security Terrorism and the UK.pdfbriefing paper1 July 2005Lloyds of London
Chatham House
A quintessentially UK Establishment view on Security and Terrorism in the UK.
Sins of Statecraft - The War on Terror Exposedpaper29 July 2006Brian Bogart
File:Targetedandentrapped.pdfreportMay 2011Various faculty members
File:Terrorism & Relative Justice.pdfpaper2007Mark Findlay
Terrorism as Seen From Washingtonarticle5 May 2014Thierry MeyssanA brief expose of the US Annual Report on Terrorism in the world as the propaganda.
Terrorism, Transit and Public Safety - Evaluating the Riskspaper16 January 2012Todd Litman"It is important for individuals and public officials to take all risks into account and avoid overreacting to transit terrorism risks in ways that increase overall danger." An investigation into the real rather than the perceived risks of public and private transport. Contains some basic points that reveal the purported "terrorist threat" to be vastly exaggerated.
The "Terrorism" Industrybook12 May 1990Edward S. Herman
Gerry O'Sullivan
A look at the reality of terrorism, and how the institutional forces shape it to their ends.
The Experts extract from The "Terrorism" Industrybook extract1989Edward S. Herman
Gerry O'Sullivan
The Politics of Terrorarticle31 August 2010Douglas Valentine
The scariest thing about Brussels is our reaction to itarticle24 March 2016Simon JenkinsAbsurd over-reaction to terrorist attacks in the west in general and the Mass murder in Brussels in particular, is EXACTLY what the those responsible for the attacks want and expect.
Who is Bombing European Civilians?article22 March 2016Sott.netSharp questioning of precisely who is responsible for attacks on civilians in Europe

Related Quotations

Arms for Libya“Libya is the principal sponsor of terrorism. It finances terrorist acts, it trains terrorist groups, it supplies arms, ammunition, passports and other documents to terrorists, and it uses its embassies, so-called peoples' bureaus, as weapons store-houses and sanctuaries for terrorists. Recently, Libya has been escalating its involvement in terrorism.”1986
Colin Powell“[Terrorism] is the cost of doing business and it's not just something that can happen overseas but, as this community knows better than anyone, it can happen here... I think there are limits to what you can do in a free society.”Colin Powell11 August 1998
Islamophobia“"terrorism" in the post-9/11 American vernacular has become shorthand for "Islamic terrorism."”Gregory Krieg2 April 2017
Meir Dagan“In my opinion, no terrorist should feel immune, anywhere. I think that a person's life is forfeit the moment he decides to adopt terrorist tactics.”Meir Dagan1998
Michael Rivero“Once a government resorts to terror against its own population to get what it wants, it must keep using terror against its own population to get what it wants. A government that terrorizes its own people can never stop. If such a government ever lets the fear subside and rational thought return to the populace, that government is finished.”Michael Rivero
RAND/Terrorism Chronology Database“Since the RAND-St Andrews chronology only records those incidents that are ‘international’, the database is orientated towards the recording of attacks on foreign visitors to, and military occupiers of, relatively poor countries. By definition those victims are normally business representatives and military personnel from economically strong, normally Western, nations. The second observation, which reinforces this latter point, is that the Chronology explicitly excludes acts of state terror committed by any government against its own citizens, and acts of violence occurring in war or in war-like situations. Incidents involving Western armies of occupation and businesses are included in the Chronology only where they are victims rather than the perpetrators of violence. Third, some of the methodological inconsistencies in the use of data in the Chronology database are reminiscent of the counter-insurgency position. It is possible to find non-violent activities and protests against state violence recorded in the database as "terrorism."”Jonny Burnett
Dave Whyte
Saudi Arabia“Saudi Arabia is the Arab world’s leading state sponsor of terror. It backs ISIS, al-Qaeda, its al-Nusra offshoot and other terrorist groups – supplying them with weapons (including CWs), munitions, funding and other material support.”Stephen Lendman27 November 2017
Sins of Statecraft - The War on Terror Exposed“a group of powerful elites from various countries gathered at an international conference in Jerusalem to promote and exploit the idea of ‘international terrorism.’ The (Jerusalem) conference (on International Terrorism, or JCIT) established the ideological foundations for the ‘war on terror.’ JCIT’s defining theme was that international terrorism constituted an organized political movement whose ultimate origin was in the Soviet Union. All terrorist groups were ultimately products of, and could be traced back to, this single source, which - according to the JCIT - provided financial, military, and logistical assistance to disparate terrorist movements around the globe. The mortal danger to Western security and democracy posed by the worldwide scope of this international terrorist movement required an appropriate worldwide anti-terrorism offensive, consisting of the mutual coordination of Western military intelligence services.”Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed2005
The First 9-11 Sceptic“We are going to see a great number of articles in the future from so-called experts and public officials. They will warn about more violence, more kidnappings, and more terrorists. Mass media, the armed forces, and intelligence agencies will saturate our lives with fascist scare tactics and 'predictions' that have already been planned to come true.”Mae Brussell1974
War on Terror“The surest defense against terrorism is to refuse to be terrorized.”Bruce SchneierAugust 2006
Washington Conference on International Terrorism“Given terrorism's unique dependence on publicity and amplification, the media have a crucial role in either facilitating or obstructing the spread of terrorism against the West... manipulation of public opinion is in fact, central to the terrorist strategy. For this purpose, access to the media, indeed their domination, is indispensable.”
William E. Odom“By any measure the US has long used terrorism. In ‘78-79 the Senate was trying to pass a law against international terrorism – in every version they produced, the lawyers said the US would be in violation.”William E. OdomApril 2006

Official examples

NameDateAttributed toPerpetrator(s)
1983 Beirut barracks bombings23 October 1983 06:22:00
2001 Anthrax attacks18 September 2001 - 9 October 2001Bruce IvinsUS/Deep state
2001 Mexican legislative assembly attack15 October 2001
2004 Madrid train bombings11 March 2004Al-Qaeda
2008 Mumbai attacks26 November 2008 - 29 November 2008Hafiz Saeed
Sayeed Zabiuddin Ansari
2010 Times Square car bombing attempt1 May 2010 18:28:00 - 1 May 2010Faisal Shahzad Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan
2011 Norway attacks22 July 2011 15:25:00 - 22 July 2011 18:34:00Anders Breivik
2015 Sousse attacks26 June 2015Seifeddine Rezgui Yacoubi
2016 Magnanville stabbing13 June 2016 09:00:00
2016 Orlando nightclub shooting12 June 2016 02:02:00 - 12 June 2016 05:14:00Omar Mateen
2017 Barcelona attack
Bologna massacre2 August 1980 10:25:00CommunismOperation Gladio
Cubana de Aviación Flight 4556 October 1976Orlando Bosch
Oklahoma City bombing19 April 1995Timothy McVeigh
Terry Nichols
US/Deep state
Oktoberfest Bombing26 September 1980
San Bernardino shooting2 December 2015Syed Rizwan Farook
Tashfeen Malik


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