Last night the Australian boss of the anti terror task forces stated there where no known terrorists in Sydney ( and the muslim community celebrated by torching only 8 cars)
today we announce a $10 million dollar pool to bribe those in terror cells to come out !!!
Cash to stop the radicals
A $10 million counter-terrorism offensive will be launched across Sydney in a bid to rescue young people involved in violent extremist groups and potential home-grown terrorism.
The Federal Government will today announce it will pay community groups to identify young people involved in fanatical groups who pose potential terrorism threats.
In an admission that the possibility of attack from inside our borders was now the most significant emerging threat, the Government will announce it has adopted major recommendations from its counter-terrorism White Paper.
Attorney General Robert McClelland said the Government would offer grants of $5000 to $200,000 to youth organisations, to prevent young people being recruited into fanatical groups and potential terrorist cells.
"This program will support activities that directly assist young people to disengage from intolerant and radical ideologies," Mr McClelland said.
Lakemba community leader Dr Jamal Rifi said that the threat was real and the local community, particularly in southwest Sydney, needed to act.
He said that similar programs under the Howard government had been a failure because the money was not used for the purposes it was intended.
"It is needed I can tell you," he said. "The ingredients are there - disenfranchised youth, marginalised and with negative images and views about themselves. When you keep telling people they are bad, they will end up behaving badly."