Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Weapons of Mass Destruction

Weapons of Mass Destruction, when in the wrong hands, probably pose the single biggest threat to the Australian Way of Life.

Invisible but deadly, Weapons of Mass Destruction can turn the everyday into a nightmare of terror. Imagine an explosion at the Telstra Stadium? A gas attack at Town Hall Station? A state of siege on the Harbour Bridge? An outbreak of a new but deadly virus? Any of these disasters is capable of disrupting work, shopping and sport and causing the breakdown of society as we know it.

Weapons of Mass Destruction are part of a covert declaration of war against ordinary Australians. This is a declaration by terrorists, who are anonymous and hidden among the rich fabric of multicultural Australia. No one knows why these people want to destroy the Australian way of life. Some could be religious fanatics, others are mercenaries, still others are mentally deranged or members of extremist cult or fringe groups who have been brainwashed into believing in salvation through the breakdown of society.

Weapons of Mass Destruction can be made from many ordinary items found around the farm, workplace or home. Most people couldn’t imagine using everyday items for mass destruction, but in the hands of a terrorist, such objects are deadly. That’s why many strategists are saying that the most deadly Weapon of Mass Destruction is the mind of a terrorist.

This is why CacA has developed a series of surveys and factsheets to help ordinary Australians be ALERT BUT NOT ALARMED. We encourage people to be aware of the number of items around their home that could pose a threat to Australian Society, and also to consider how likely it is that terrorists could get access to these. Is your home and garden secure? Are your children adequately supervised? Can you really trust all of your friends and workmates? The War on Terror cannot be fought only by governments but needs ordinary Australians to take an active interest in preserving our unique way of life


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