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In November 2017, the Senegals National Police (SNP) adopted a counterterrorism strategy intended to consolidate and reinforce the security sector by forming a SWAT (Special Warfare and Tactics) unit, the Anti-Terrorism Unit, and establishing an intelligence unit to gather and analyze information about terrorism in the country. Although efforts to consolidate SNPs counterterrorism units have improved law enforcement relations with regional and international partners, it is unclear if the Strategy will have any impact on the GOSI ability to safeguard human rights, especially freedom of expression and freedom of association.

The GOSI has stepped up its efforts to counter violent extremism and to protect freedom of speech, although it has not been able to formally prosecute anyone for their involvement in ISIS activities or other acts of violence. As a result, government-sponsored activities to counter terrorism mainly consists of what government leaders have publicly stated in speeches, press releases, television programs, and in interviews.

The Fight against Transnational Organized Crime:Some observers have dubbed the Exxon-Mobil-state-directed campaign against climate change the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American public. Other groups have made the claim to disruption of the central heating system of Russia within the last two years. The US technology sector has recently been targeted by groups associated with a Ukraine insurgency. The Mexican government announced that narco-terrorism has become a cause for concern, with sophisticated high-tech equipment used in attacks on the countrys chief law enforcement officer. The INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation created a new unit dedicated to confronting cybercrime. The INTERPOL ICT Steering Committee released a position paper detailing their beliefs on digital forensics, in particular with regard to cyber crime.

Although it may not seem so at the moment, the future holds great danger and uncertainty for the Republic of South Africa. Whether it be the land of our forefathers; of the birth of Christianity, the birth of civilization, and the birth of democracy; or the place where Nelson Mandela lies as a symbol of hope for all Africans (and all of humanity) it is time that we must choose to move on. South Africa has been a force in international politics and culture for a considerable length of time now. Although this is our home and should remain so regardless of the political landscape, there are those who would like to see this progress in South Africa brought to a halt. One such group are listed as a terrorist organization by the United States. Our democratically elected government has, for the most part, done everything in its power to defeat these terrorist groups. While it may not be politically correct to state, South Africa is not a target for terrorism or war. Those who are involved in doing such things are being disrespected, and worse. Firstly, the people are portrayed as the enemy, as the cause of the conflict or crisis. Secondly, we are being lied to and told that there is a war going on. This is a war, one in which we are the ones who are being lied to and told a lie, which results in more people being killed. Secondly, while it should not be necessary to include these points, it is important to include these points as they are the truth as we know it. As the years progress and the atrocities of terrorism continue, the people of this country will put a stop to such things. Once the government changes, the world will change with it. We owe it to those who have died over the years, to those who have died in the recent past and those that will die in the future for the government to be ousted as an African government should be, and we as a South African nation, must take the lead in setting the legal framework for such a change. The demise of Apartheid in this country is our own doing. We should not feel like a terrorist, but rather, like a nation of survivors. We must heal the wounds, try to bring our country back together, and move on with our lives. If we do not, it will be a slow and painful death for our country. We owe it to ourselves to play our role in changing history. We owe it to our people to play a role in building their government. We owe it to the world to be a power to watch when there is trouble. We owe it to the world to be a voice in peace and to speak our minds, to call a lie and truth, and to stand by the truth. If not, we will sit like a nation of pillows. The people are the voice of God. They are the voice for peace. They are the voice for unity. They are the voice for law. It is a time to stand up for God. It is time for South Africa to stand up to terrorism and see our country move towards freedom, towards prosperity and towards prosperity for all!