- Step 6:
- Step 7:
- Step 8:
Without journalist challenging these official statements, the public may assume that they are correct. (This is happening in more and more countries: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Palestine, Yemen, Somalia, and possibly even Haiti).
- Step 9:
- Step 10:
When the British ambassador to Yemen, Tim Torlot, (who had worked for the British government in Iraq) was attacked in April 2010, the "left" and "right" media leapt at the chance to emphasize how dangerous Yemen is to Britain (for which we planned in Step 1)
- Step 11:
After a few years, you will have yourself a nice terrorist state. Later, academics can refer to the country as a "failed state". While your domestic population assumes that you are either incompetent or out there to combat terrorism, you can secure energy routes or raw resources.