Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Proactive research on terror

A biological terror attack is likely soon says an expert panel created by the US Congress.


What are our politicians doing on studying our current and future terror threats? We usually hear of commissions and investigations conducted AFTER a terror event has taken place. These investigations are slow and the event is long forgotten (pardoned?) before it is made public. To make things worse, the lax politicians do not take these reports seriously and go about their usual vote bank politics.

We need proactive research and willpower from our leaders to seriously follow through.

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