Social terrorism is a process of organised physical and mental violence directed against the citizen, society and the state which aims to intimidate, create fear, chaos or panic and attempts to enforce a different religious or political ideology than that constitutionally established in the country.

Article 1

Social terrorism - the greatest threat to humankind

In contrast to the general concept of “terrorism” social terrorism is a far greater threat to humankind because terrorist organisations commit brutal atrocities on the citizen, society and the state by means of local criminal structures living in ghettos, slums, on the street or in excluded locations of antisocial individuals or underage persons with which they create social ties (such as on the principle of an emotional bond, understanding, expression of regret, evocation of hatred against others, ethnic, religious or ideological solidarity).

Article 2

Intentions of terrorist organisations

Terrorist organisations intend to build permanent alliances with local criminal structures, with antisocial individuals or with underage persons and through them in future commit not just assassinations but also spread their brutal propaganda throughout the world.

Article 3

Brutal propaganda of terrorist organisations

Brutal propaganda is one of the most effective militant instruments of terrorist organisations attempting to seek revenge and intentionally turn hatred against all western aggressors who have stirred up civil war on their territory, took the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, forced millions of others into poverty and to leave not only their homes but also their own country.

Article 4

Reasons and causes for the rise of social terrorism

Ethnic, religious or political ideology, social injustice, hunger, poverty, desperation, hopelessness, helplessness, powerlessness, frustration, social handicap in many forms, hatred against man, society and the state, bad upbringing, exclusion from society, maladjustment, solitary lifestyle, virtual life, breakup of a family, social disharmony, social rifts, failed integration into society, humiliation, slander and defamation of character, denial of social support, inferiority complex, attempt to show everyone who I am, vindictiveness, fanaticism, mental disorders, misunderstanding, adventure, adrenalin, radical attempt to change life fundamentally, challenge, job opportunity, escape from criminal prosecution, naivite, inconsideration, indifference, latent aggression, perverse behaviour, low self-esteem, repression of personal deficiencies, harrowing quality of living standard, life in inhuman conditions such as in ghettos, slums, on the street or in excluded locations, experience of a tragic event, growing internal tension, attempt at drawing attention to oneself, feeling of insignificance, inability of self-realisation, search for values and principles related to society and the state etc.

Article 5

Social terrorism is considered to be:

  1. (a) assassination of a citizen, society and the state
  2. (b) mental or physical coercion of a citizen, society and the state
  3. (b) mental or physical intimidation of a citizen, society and the state
  4. (d) intentional stirring up of fear
  5. (d) intentional stirring up of panic
  6. (d) intentional stirring up of chaos
  7. (g) mental, physically personal or sexual attacks on the public, the citizen, society and the state
  8. (h) mental or physical blackmail of the citizen, society and the state
  9. (i) domestic mental or physical violence (terrorising)
  10. (j) economic and social crimes (corruption, clientelism, tunnelling, falsification of documents, tender proceedings etc.), which deform or devalue the quality of the living standard of the citizen and all of society
  11. (k) mental or physical oppression and enforcement of other decision-making than what the citizen, society and the state recognises as appropriate
  12. (l) attempt to influence the decision-making of the citizen, society and the state by means of false media propaganda
  13. (m) spread of false or fabricated reports against the citizen, society and the state
  14. (n)manipulation of public opinion
  15. (o) spread of hatred against the citizen, society and the state
  16. (p) mental or physical bullying
  17. (q) creation of social injustice against the citizen, society and the state
  18. (r) abuse of new and information technologies to the detriment of the citizen, society and the state

Article 6

Various kinds and forms of terrorism

  1. (a) social terrorism
  2. (b) cyberterrorism
  3. (c) superterrorism - using nuclear, radiation, chemical and biological weapons etc.
  4. (d) terrorism - information, biochemical, ecoterrorism, subversive, national, international etc.

Article 7

Social terrorism and its future

Avoid direct confrontation in future with social terrorism will be very difficult because the global social crisis or social depression with all its accompanying phenomena is the foundation stone for the establishment of new terrorist organisations.

Article 8

Fight against social terrorism

The most reliable security system as part of the protection of the state and its inhabitants is a quality social system, averting every social injustice which is the accompanying phenomenon of social terrorism. Only such a social system can be considered of high quality and of being unquestionable which is built on the basis of harsh experience gained directly from an environment where social injustice prevails. Only based on the extent of the crime and violence committed against citizens, the extent of poverty, desperation, hopelessness and powerlessness can such laws be enforced which will prevent the spread of social injustice against the citizen, society and the state.

Article 9

Structure of the new social system, averting the threat of social terrorism

The new social system reliably protects the security of the state, quality of the living standard and social security, prevents social injustice and strengthens social, economic and legal progress and development in the country.

Article 10

Chart of the social system

1. Social integrated system
This is a set of individual coordinating processes that allow individual creation of re-socialisation, nurturing and education programmes.

2. Social integrated rescue system
This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which all rescue and crisis operations in the country are managed.

3. Social integrated security system
This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which all social and security operations in the country are managed.

4. Social integrated system for crisis affairs
This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which all unexpected crisis situations in the country are managed.

5. Social integrated health and social system
This is a set of individual coordinating processes according to which all activity related to public health and social care is managed.

6. Social re-socialisation system
This is a key chapter as part of re-socialisation programmes which help to integrate citizens into a modern civilised society.

7. Social operating system
This is a demanding process often used for rescue and crisis situations requiring a quick solution. It is used only in exceptional situations such as:

  • natural disasters
  • refugee crises
  • violent demonstrations
  • a threat to the state and its inhabitants
  • social depression of the citizen, society and the state

8. Social security system
The social security system protects the state and its inhabitants by means of a sophisticated elaborate prevention programme established on electronic records of underage persons who are protected under the law. Besides the care for the underage, it also safeguards their nurturing and education (including social integration).

9. Social system for national minorities
The social system for national minorities is a development programme designed for the social integration and incorporation of national minority members which under the law are obliged to respect the set model of behaviour, education and moral principles in the country in which they live.

10. Social system for state asylum policy
This is a development programme designed for social integration and incorporation of foreign nationals seeking asylum. One of the fundamental processes of the state asylum policy is asylum management. Part of asylum management is the many obligations arising from the law which every asylum seeker must observe and fulfil.

11. Social programme for the development of social dialogue
The social programme for the development of social dialogue held among individual citizens and politicians is a key process as part of the socio-economic-legal development in the country which opens the way to deeper understanding and finding a consensus of opinion which is the foundation stone for asserting social or political influence.

12. Social nurturing and education system
The social nurturing and education system is built on a single strategy of nurturing and education directed at the human values which form the moral and social integrity of the citizen, society and the state.

13. Social system for the development of crisis zones with all civic amenities
The social system for the development of crisis zones with all civic amenities is a project for the construction of new social units built for refugees, asylum seekers or other national minority members who want to live and work in the country.

14. Social humanitarian system
This is a project that combines the integration and operating systems.

Article 11

Resolve to fight against social terrorism

The resolve to fight against social terrorism can be enforced only as part of the observance of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and by means of two strategic objectives.

1. Objective
To protect the state and its inhabitants by means of a quality social system including the safeguard of a quality living standard and social security.

2. Objective
To protect the state and its inhabitants by means of security mechanisms to avert every possible threat of social injustice.

Article 12

Effective fight against social terrorism

The only effective fight against social terrorism is the effective construction of a quality social system which will no longer even allow any social injustice that is an accompanying phenomenon of social terrorism.


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