An exhibition in the centre of London that has drawn millions of visitors has been condemned as obscene by Human Rights activists with many calling the exhibition "offensive".
One exhibit promotes IED's, a suicide vest and a device that could be easily smuggled onboard an aircraft and used as a weapon.
Many exhibits offer tips to would be terrorists especially on how to easily disguise items of clothing, such as hats and shoes as lethal weapons which could be easily used in acts of terror.
Women's group are also appalled at the celebration of violence against women and sexist nature of the event, where women are lauded as second class sex objects and beaten regularly.
Ethnic minorities are portrayed as stupid, easily led and many Asians and Middle Eastern exhibits are racially stereotyped.
What concerns most though is the exhibitions showcasing and celebration of state sanctioned murder and violence where investigations, trials and jury deliberations are bypassed in a "shoot to kill" policy reminiscent of the toppled dictatorships of Iraq and Libya and the current regimes of North Korea and Iran.
One angry former member of CND, Tony Blair, shook his head after he left the venue, visibly shaken by what he had seen.
The Designing 007: Fifty Years of James Bond exhibition will continue its run at The Barbican until 5 September 2012.