Sunday, September 10, 2006

HOW CAN YOU TELL IF SOMEONE IS A TERRORIST?




TRUE BLUE MINI MATE

Terrorists usually don’t walk around advertising the fact, so knowing the difference between a general trouble maker and a serious threat to society can often prove difficult.

Caca has developed a series of identification charts, to help us study the faces of those we come across, and decide if they pose a threat to the Australian way of life.


Often terrorists give themselves away without really knowing it. A twitch of the lips, a shifty eye, a strange quirk in the nose. While we are not advocating whole scale return to nineteenth century ideas on physiognomy, CacA do believe that the more you familiarise yourself with human nature, the quicker you can come to a decision when it counts.

Study the people around you and ask yourself, what makes them trustworthy? Reliable? Suspicious? Also study the CacA charts and samples and learn to recognise what your gut instincts tell you about someone.

This examination can and should include ourselves. How do we appear to the rest of the world? Suspicious? Alienated? Resentful? Easy going? Reliable? Pleasant? Happy? Completely unaware?

Self examination should be part of your daily preparations in the war against terror, and this can even extend to bodily fluids and excreta. Signs of terrorist sympathy can show up in the strangest places.

1 Comments:

At 6:06 PM, Blogger Ian Milliss said...

okay okay okay enough is enough I'll turn myself in.

 

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