Terror watch lists need to do more than just watching.

After the last terror attack in France, the opposition government has come up with a bold new plan to prevent terror attacks – instead of having a ‘Watch list’, they propose having a ‘Do something list.’

“When someone is on a terror watch list, how about we intervene before the attack happens and save countless lives?” suggested opposition government spokesperson, Sens Ible, while addressing the National Assembly.

Quick to defend the current governments homeland security measures, Macron government spokesmen, Grande Le Twat, said the following: “The man behind the Strasbourg attack, Cherif Chekatt, had only been arrested 27 times. That’s hardly indicative of someone who might cause trouble. I mean, where were the warning signs?”

Continuing his defense of the governments approach, Le Twat had even more to say to Mr. Ible.

“Must I point out that he was on a terror watch list, hmm? We were watching him! We had our eyes on him!”

While it was true the government was watching, they did in fact fail to do anything which is why this bold new plan of ‘doing something’ has been put forward.

Initially the idea caused an uproar, as any government official being efficient and effective is a new and strange concept, but in the current climate of riots in the streets of Paris it may just catch on. And who knows, given enough time, ‘doing something’ about stopping attacks rather than just ‘watching’ is a plan so crazy it just might work.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. He has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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