There will be another attack(s) on American soil or on our carrier groups in the Persian Gulf, unless by screaming bloody murder we can prevent it. If there are new attacks, Iran and or Pakistan will be blamed and the chances of nuclear weapons being used in the ensuing chaos are very good.
There are desperate people planning to do desperate thing. Those desperate people are not in Afghanistan, Pakistan or Iran.
They are in Washington.
We, the people, must make it crystal clear to those desperate people that they will pay with their lives if we are hit again and there is even the slightest suspicion that they are behind the "attack." There will be that suspicion. Count on it!
I don't believe that Chertoff is trying to unduly scare anyone. I think he is trying to warn us. He may well have suspicions about many things he can't prove
If anyone out there knows for sure that something is being planned, again, they must come forward now. If you do not, and something happens causing the death of thousands or millions of American, be they here or serving overseas and, probably, causing a nuclear WWIII, Those of us you are unfortunate to survive it, will find you and you can be assured of not surviving, or wishing you hadn't.
It is that simple. It is not a threat, it is a promise.
BushCo would have to be pretty desperate to try to pull off another "new Pearl Harbor: or a new Gulf of Tonkin. This is not 2001. No one will be shocked into non-thinking mode again. No one will be content to be glued to their TeeVees, from where they have received nothing much more than lies and bad journalism for the last 20 years, not to mention the last 7 years
Many, many more people are questioning the official story of 9/11 and the anthrax attacks.
This is not 2001.
Don't do it.
July 13, 2007
Read More: Homeland Security
Ron Paul warns of staged terror attack
Republican presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul, said the country is in "great danger" of the U.S. government staging a terrorist attack or a Gulf of Tonkin style provocation, as the war in Iraq continues to deteriorate.
The Texas congressman offered no specifics nor mentioned President Bush by name, but he clearly insinuated that the administration would not be above staging an incident to revive flagging support.
"We're in danger in many ways," Paul said on the Alex Jones radio show. "The attack on our civil liberties here at home, the foreign policy that's in shambles and our obligations overseas and commitment which endangers our troops and our national defense."
Paul was asked to respond to comments by anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan that the U.S. is in danger of a staged terror attack or a provocation of an enemy similar to the Gulf of Tonkin incident in 1964 before the Vietnam War.
During the radio interview, Paul said the government was conducting "an orchestrated effort to blame the Iranians for everything that has gone wrong in Iraq."
The comments come as several prominent terrorism experts have warned the U.S. is facing an increased risk of attack this summer. Earlier this week, in an interview with the Chicago Tribune, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said he had a "gut feeling" the U.S. would be attacked again.
The remark angered some Democrats, who criticized Chertoff for being too vague. And some pundits seized on his remarks, saying the vague warnings were meant only to revive flagging support for the war in Iraq and Bush’s larger war against terrorism.
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