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Terror Panic Strikes Legislative Assembly

By johnboy 14 August 2005 6

Those readers who have been advocating violent rebellion against the Legislative Assembly take note. The Canberra Times is reporting that “The ACT Legislative Assembly will tighten its security and redesign its public entrance after ASIO found the building to be vulnerable to terrorist attack..

What a croc. The only thing the ACT Legislative Assembly has to fear is a vengeful public.

And the more they fear us the better chance of decent government.

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bulldog 12:44 pm 15 Aug 05

Terrorists and freedom fighters differ only by media coverage…

In any case no-one in Canberra would be game to blow up the assembly due to the amount it would cost us to have them rebuild truly spectacular and chambers.

I’m thinking of Dr Evil’s Volcanic Lair, but with Stanhopes head. On Black Mountain. If anyone is good with photoshop I would laugh my ass off to see that.

Absent Diane 11:55 am 15 Aug 05

If they did attack there perhaps we could call it reverse-terrorism where terrorists act in a manner that is obviously evil but does everyone the world of good….

Maelinar 9:22 am 15 Aug 05

Hear Hear Thumper.

Yet another excuse to segregate themselves from the people they are meant to be representing.

Thumper 7:46 am 15 Aug 05


they’ll just use it as an excuse to justify a new building.

As if any self respecting terrorist is going to blow up the ACT Assembly building. especially when there is juicier pickings on the other side of the lake.

Ralph 7:45 am 15 Aug 05

Oh don’t say that. Next they’ll be screeching they need armoured cars and personal guards.

Samuel Gordon-Stewart 5:20 am 15 Aug 05

That’s fine, we’ll just get ’em when they are out and about.

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