Operation Blackout a world war 2 safety mechanism for stopping 21st Century Terrorism

During the blitz and the Battle of Briton it was required of everyone to cover up the windows to make it more difficult for the German bombers t poo drop their payload of death on Britain’s population.

If the same principal was applied to cities and countries that suffer a terror attack like the resent attacks in France, would it not make sense to apply the same principal as mentioned above with slight variations I.e. total shutdown of the media for the period required to apprehend the guilty, and deprive the terrorist organisations, the opportunity of using the shock and fear generated by the attacks as a tactic to  gather support for their cause.
Secondly, all communication other than emergency services to be shut down to prevent the news spreading across social media, and deprive the terrorist using this as a tool to spread their message.

Allow internal communication but international communications must be none existent.

The reasons for this act mentioned above can be used in another far effective way by cutting off communication you are not only stopping the fear factor, but also knowing that terrorism will still try and get the message our will allow the security forces to pin point the attempts made by the terrorists to communicate there actions internationally,  and help to quickly apprehend the guilty.


Really Charles?

Some men lie because it is what they do for a living others lie for the fun of it but most people lie by force of habit.
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Drama-Rama life among the cultural melting Pot called South Africa.

No where else in the world would you be able to board public transport that is private property and interact with a whole section of society on a equip basis.


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Decry the Decaying Country (from The Beautiful coastal city of Port Elizabeth.

The writer who wrote Cry the Beloved Country, I am almost certain would really be surprised at some of the things we see in South Africa today.

A picture speaks a thousand words but in the interests of clarification I’ll drop in a caption or five.
These images caught fresh today for your viewing pleasure.

Que the Screen.

Roll the African drums
The cry of the African elephant and the roar of the lion.


Three working phone booths

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