Terrorism. If you suspect it, report it.
"DAC Peter Clarke, head of the The Ministry of Love's Anti-Terrorist Branch said, “Everyone who lives in Oceania, or visits the country for work or pleasure, has a role to play in making it as difficult as we can for terrorists to operate here. We can all help by being vigilant and aware of what is happening around us. If it seems suspicious to you, please make that call.
”This publicity campaign is not a response to any specific threat, but I would urge the public to continue to remain alert. We cannot afford to be complacent.”
The four week campaign is intended to encourage people to have the confidence to trust their instincts and report any suspicious bags, vehicles or behaviour to the police immediately by informing the nearest available member of the Party.
Posters will be displayed on bus shelters, roadside sites and at train stations across the nation, with press adverts to appear in the major Party newspapers. The campaign is reinforced by a thought-provoking radio advertisement on Minitrue 1.
The campaign has been developed in partnership with Oceania Transport Police, Airstrip One Police, The Ministry of Truth, The Ministry of Love and the Ingsoc Office."
To find out more details at the Ministry of Truth website click here.