As the stagnant and depressed United States economy teeters on the brink of yet another collapse and the Anglo-American ruling class court war with Russia and China, there exists a number of crises that run the risk of exploding into full-blown chaos and resulting in a tragic world of misery for the little people at the bottom.
While daily news reports have no shortage of potential catastrophes, when one considers the predictive programming being provided by mainstream media outlets in recent months, there exists yet another cataclysmic possibility for the United States – a massive false flag terror attack that takes place on American soil and dwarfing 9/11 in scale.
Before elaborating, it is important to point out that this writer is not attempting to “predict” the next “attack,” nor am I planting my flag and claiming that such an “attack” will definitely occur. I am, however, stating that the predictive programming and talking points coming from the mainstream media and government outlets are signaling just such an event.
This is because, much like the months leading up to 9/11, the American public is being assaulted with an onslaught of reports suggesting the possibility of another major terror attack inside the United States.
The narrative being inserted into news media reports and government statements no longer revolves around terrorists hijacking planes or blowing up specific buildings. This time, the narrative is that there is the very real possibility that terrorists who have traveled to Syria and Iraq in order to overthrow the governments in those countries are now travelling back to the United States and Europe with the intention of launching terror attacks at home.
Of course, ever since 9/11, Americans have been relentlessly bombarded with the prospect of more and greater terrorist attacks taking place at home and abroad, even while the U.S. government openly funds the very terrorists it uses to keep the public frightened into submission.
However, over the last few months, and even more so in the last few weeks, reports are being circulated in mainstream outlets not only regarding the danger of the “Syrian rebels” returning to their home countries with plans to engage in such attacks, but actual presentations of potential scenarios in which these attacks may take place.
Unfortunately, if “terror attacks” take place following the predictive programming narrative that is being provided to us in the recent volley of reports, this new “attack” might very well come in the nuclear form and on a much wider scale than 9/11.
For instance, consider the report “Al-Qaeda Training British And European ‘Jihadists’ In Syria To Set Up Terror Cells At Home,” by Ruth Sherlock, Gaziantep, and Tom Whitehead and published by The Telegraph.
Written in January 2014, the article states,
In a rare interview on Turkey’s border with Syria, the defector from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) said that recruits from Britain, Europe and the US were being indoctrinated in extremist anti-Western ideology, trained in how to make and detonate car bombs and suicide vests and sent home to start new terror cells.
Britain’s security and intelligence agencies believe the threat of would-be terrorists being directed back to the UK by al-Qaeda organisers in Syria is growing.
It is feared that as genuine opposition groups fade in the war-torn country, extremist and terror groups such as ISIS will have an increasing influence allowing them to target more foreign recruits for their cause. The threat from Syria is dominating the work of MI5 and the spy agency has had to allocate more and more resources to tackling the danger in the past six months, The Daily Telegraph understands.
In an interview with this newspaper, the defector, known as Murad, said of the foreign fighters he met in Syria: “They talked often about terrorist attacks. The foreigners were proud of 9/11 and the London bombings. The British, French and American mujahideen [holy warriors] in the room started talking about places that they wanted to bomb or explode themselves in Europe and the United States. Everyone named a target. The American said he dreamed of blowing up the White House.”
Tens of thousands of foreign fighters have joined the struggle against Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria, including up to 500 from Britain. Of these, scores were already known to MI5 for their radical sympathies.
France and Europe risk being “overwhelmed” by the phenomenon, he [Manuel Valls, French Interior Minister] added. Mr Valls estimated that 700 French nationals have either travelled to Syria or returned to France – or are currently en route. Some 21 have been killed.
He [Richard Walton – head of Scotland Yard’s Counter Terrorism Command] said: “I don’t think the public realises the seriousness of the problem. The penny hasn’t dropped. But Syria is a game – changer. We are seeing it every day. You have hundreds of people going to Syria, and if they don’t get killed they get radicalised.”
Consider also, the article written by Andrew G. Doran for the National Review, published on June 16, 2014 entitled “ISIS In The Homeland,” where Doran argues that not only do ISIS and ISIS-style fighters have American and European passports, but that these terrorists are already back home. Indeed, Doran claims that there are already too many of them to properly monitor. He writes,
Thousands of these fighters are citizens of Western countries that have visa waivers for entry into the United States – in other words, they can travel here without any hassle at all. An intelligence source conveyed to Lake concerns that the NSA could not “track thousands of bad guys,” adding that “on the human-intelligence front, this is even more difficult.” These veterans of al-Qaeda and its affiliates constitute a fundamentally different threat than that which America faced in 2001: They are Western (at least in nationality); they are seasoned combat veterans; they are known, but perhaps too numerous to track.
If these Islamist veterans of the Syrian conflict succeed in pulling off a terrorist attack against the United States, the problem with America’s policy in Syria will come into focus immediately. One can well imagine the hearings on Capitol Hill: “We knew these people were coming. Why was more not done to stop them? Why wasn’t the intelligence community given the resources it needed to track these terrorists? Why were we sending arms to overthrow the dictator who was trying to kill these terrorists who later killed Americans?” The foreign-policy priorities of the present will instantly be regarded as an unworthy distraction and forgotten. It is, of course, easy enough to ask these questions retrospectively; it is another thing altogether to ask them in advance — which prompts one to take notice when someone on the Hill does.
More worrisome than tracking the small arms or TOW missiles in Syria are the ISIS and al-Qaeda soldiers who are now in America and countries with visa waivers. We can expect that a scramble, very much out of the public eye, is now underway to track these hundreds – or perhaps thousands – who are plotting an attack. Let us hope those efforts are successful.
Yet perhaps even more revealing than the propaganda narrative unfolding amongst the usual media suspects is the fact that former Vice President Dick Cheney is also promoting the idea of an inevitable massive terror attack on American soil in the near future. This is alarming because Cheney was himself implicated in the planning of theSeptember 11, 2001 and the propaganda push to invade Iraq. Cheney is nothing if not an insider.
Cheney made his own comments during an interview with Hugh Hewitt who asked if he thought the “United States will get through this decade without another massive attack on the homeland.”
Cheney responded, “‘I doubt it. I think there will be another attack and the next time I think it’s likely to be far deadlier than the last one.”
Cheney then went on to speculate on the nature of the attack by presenting the possibility of a nuclear attack on Washington, D.C. He stated, “You can just imagine what would happen if somebody could smuggle a nuclear device, put it in a shipping container, and drive it down the beltway outside Washington D.C.”
After being asked by Hewitt if the United States government could survive such an attack, Cheney began to explain the Continuity of Government contingency plans that have been in place for many years, most notably brought to the forefront during the 1980s and again in the early 2000s.
Hewitt then asked, “By the way, if that were to happen do you see the government reconstituting? Because there would have to be military rule for a period of time at least.”
Well, there was, some years ago, a program called the Continuity of Government program that was part of the Cold War that was part of the strategy that we pursued here and it basically involved having a government in waiting if you will ready to go in the event of nuclear attack on the United States so that we could always maintain the constitutional-based governmental authority. I was part of that program for several years and a lot of it, I’m sure, is probably still classified but it was very very important and we operated and actually trained under circumstances of how would we go about making, providing for the government to survive when we were having nuclear weapons from the Soviet Union falling all over the country.
Later, on ABC’s This Week, Cheney went even further to say that “One of the things I worried about 12 years ago and that I worry about today is that there will be another 9/11 attack and that the next time, it’ll be with weapons far deadlier than airline tickets and box cutters.”
Cheney, of course, is not the only high-profile figure who has suggested the possibility of a nuclear terrorist attack inside the United States. In September, 2013, as the rush to war with Syria was ramping up, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham suggested that, if the U.S. did not use military force against Syria, the Iranians would view America as weak and, eventually, nuclear weapons could end up in the hands of terrorists resulting in the bombing of Charleston Harbor.
Lindsey Graham was quoted by FOX News as having stated that “I believe that if we get Syria wrong, within six months, and you can quote me on this, there will be a war between Iran and Israel over their nuclear program. My fear is that it won’t come to America on top of a missile, it’ll come in the belly of a ship in the Charleston or New York harbor.”
Graham’s scenario is eerily similar to that which Dick Cheney suggested – the smuggling of a nuclear bomb into the United States and its subsequent detonation at a strategically sensitive location. It should be noted, however, that Graham’s statement came on the same day it was reported that nuclear warheads were being shipped from Texas to South Carolina on a secret black ops transfer.
Regardless of the propaganda, it should always be remembered that both al-Qaeda and ISIS (the difference in name is largely meaningless) are products of the Anglo-American intelligence network and have been funded, trained, directed, organized, and armed by the United States and NATO in cooperation with the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council). If an attack of the type that Western media outlets, Dick Cheney, and Lindsey Graham describe does indeed take place, then it is imperative that the American people understand who is truly responsible for it.
Whether the recent media reports and statements from Cheney and Graham are nothing more than fear porn designed to frighten the American people into supporting another war, a greater police state, and an even weaker economy; or whether they are truly the predictive programming that foreshadows a massive terror attack, we cannot allow ourselves to be caught with our pants down yet again.
The time for preparation, educating, and talking is now. If a false flag attack of this scale ever takes place in the United States, the time for talking and “education” will be over.
Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of six books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1and volume 2, and The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria. Turbeville has published over 300 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s podcast Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.
Courtesy of Activist Post.