Army Cadets sent on ‘Prevent’ classes

British Army Cadets are being sent on classes ran by the Government’s ‘Prevent’ program, a program aimed at preventing terrorism but that has been used to silence right wingers and people opposed to mass immigration.

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The lets talk about it program has a system where they ask the Cadets questions and try to find out if they are ‘vulnerable’ to extremism.

Some of the questions include answers that might make the teacher believe the individual is part of susceptible groups. These theoretical groupings include people who are outraged by terror.

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Or who are looking for an identity or belonging.

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Just about every Cadet would be outraged by people blowing up at concerts and would be looking for an identity and camaraderie in the army. This now means you are a potential terrorist and the left has to control you.

The Prevent program has powers to arbitrarily imprison and silence anyone, no trial, no Jury.

The website:

http://www.ltai.info/spotting-the-signs/

 

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