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Neutralizing Attorney Holder’s Fake Terror Threats

Attorney General’s Blunt Warning on Terror Attacks

“the threat is real” – the threat is fake

“the threat is different” – the (fake) threat went from foreign terrorists to americans being terrorists. thus the airport scanners, walmart snitch programs, etc.

“the threat is constant” – the threat from the powers that be is constant, and devised to keep the fear level high to give them carte blanche to do as they please.

“the new rapidly evolving threat posed by ‘homegrown radicals’… american citizens – raised here, born here…”

who do they consider ‘homegrown radicals’? what rapidly evolving threat do they pose? and to whom?

homegrown radicals pose a threat to the agenda. Zbigniew Brzezinski fears the ‘massive global political awakening’:

Brzezinski said: “For the first time in history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive.”

“Authorities suspect Awlaki helped mastermind last year’s Christmas Day underwear bombing plot in Detroit, and a recent scheme to blow up cargo planes travelling from Yemen to Europe and the United States.”

The underwear bomber Abdulmutallab was able to board only with the help of an unidentified well dressed man seen at the boarding gate:

The United Arab Emirates’ Civil Aviation Authority has rejected claims that a US-bound Emirates’ flight from Dubai contained “suspicious” parcels from Yemen

“He’s an extremely dangerous man. He has shown a desire to harm the United States, a desire to strike the homeland of the United States,” Holder said.”

Awlaki is so dangerous that he dined with military brass after 911:

“Holder said that as a threat to the United States, Awlaki ranks right up there with Osama bin Laden.”

Cheney says neither Saddam nor bin Laden involved in 9.11

“Awlaki is believed to be in Yemen, but thanks to the Internet, his reach is global…”

“The ability to go into your basement, turn on your computer, find a site that has this kind of hatred spewed … they have an ability to take somebody who is perhaps just interested, perhaps just on the edge, and take them over to the other side,” he said.”

This is how the FCC got the Net Neutrality Passed, which just happened today:

“Turning to how terror suspects are tried, Holder said he still believes the “decision as to how people get prosecuted, where they get prosecuted, is an executive branch function. Even if those suspects are being held now at Guantanamo Bay. Holder said Congress should not be interfering with that.”

An Ex-Bush Official reported that many Guantanamo Bay prisoners are innocent

“What Wikileaks did, at the end of the day, was harmful to American security, put American agents and properties … at risk … and I think for arrogant and misguided reasons,” he said.”

Wikileaks:
“CHICKENFEED”
Wikileaks: a Big Dangerous US Government Con Job

Max Keiser: Goldman Sachs More Dangerous than bin Laden

Part One
Max Keiser takes offense to Goldman Sachs story

Part Two
Max Keiser takes offense to Goldman Sachs oligarchy

Obama’s Intel Pick Wants National ID System

Update: U.S. intelligence candidate pulls out after objections

Intelligence pick wants national ID

Following the 9/11 attacks, President Obama’s nominee for a top intelligence post advocated that to effectively combat terrorism, the U.S. government should implement a national identity system, “so we better know who is who.”

In testimony before the 9/11 commission, Charles “Chas” Freeman, the U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia during the first Gulf War, also recommended conducting the war on terrorism primary as a law enforcement effort.

Freeman is slated to head the U.S. National Intelligence Council, or NIC, a crucial component of the U.S. intelligence apparatus. The NIC serves as the center for midterm and long-term strategic thinking within the American intelligence community. It provides intelligence briefs for Obama and key U.S. agencies and produces reports that help determine American policy on crucial issues, such as Iran’s nuclear program.

The declassified portions of Freeman’s statements before the 9/11 commission were partially rehashed this week by Jerusalem-based researcher Ashley Rindsberg, a blogger for the Huffington Post website.

Freeman gave the commission three recommendations for better fighting Islamic terrorism:

“First, the U.S. government should improve the visa system. More names to the forms should be added in order to distinguish among the many ‘Abdullah bin Mohammads.’ Technical means should also be used to cut the wait.”

“Second, the United States should implement a national identity system, so we better know who is who.”

Third, the war on terrorism should be seen primarily as a law enforcement and intelligence war, not as a military one.”

Freeman has recently come under fire for his documented ties to foreign governments, including receiving funds from the Saudi government and his service on the advisory board of a Chinese-government-owned oil company widely seen as conducting business deals meant to expand the communist nation’s influence worldwide. One of the Chinese company’s recent attempts to purchase a large U.S. oil firm drew bipartisan congressional opposition amid fears the deal would harm American national security interests. Violating U.S. sanctions?

Since 2004, Freeman has been on the international advisory board of the China National Offshore Oil Corporation, or CNOOC. Full Story

Fox News On Chas Freeman

Killing our Enemies

Do we have enemies? Senator Mike Gravel doesn’t think so.

Senator Mike Gravel on Enemies of the U.S.

And if it’s bin Laden we’re concerned about, Fox News reported that he died in Dec. 2001:

Usama bin Laden has died a peaceful death due to an untreated lung complication, the Pakistan Observer reported, citing a Taliban leader who allegedly attended the funeral of the Al Qaeda leader.

“The Coalition troops are engaged in a mad search operation but they would never be able to fulfill their cherished goal of getting Usama alive or dead,” the source said.

Bin Laden, according to the source, was suffering from a serious lung complication and succumbed to the disease in mid-December, in the vicinity of the Tora Bora mountains. The source claimed that bin Laden was laid to rest honorably in his last abode and his grave was made as per his Wahabi belief.Rest of story

In a Nov. 2008 CBS interview Obama said: I think capturing or killing bin Laden is a critical aspect of stamping out al Qaeda. He is not just a symbol, he’s also the operational leader of an organization that is planning attacks against US targets.

A scant two months later Obama’s position weakened: My preference obviously would be to capture or kill him. But if we have so tightened the noose that he’s in a cave somewhere and can’t even communicate with his operatives, then we will meet our goal of protecting America.

Biden promises Obama Will “Send Him To Hell”

Obama Girl Helping Obama Find Osama bin Laden

Cheney said bin Laden was not involved in 911:

In this news clip, Cheney says his guess is that bin Laden is operating in an area that is very difficult to get to and that he’s not an effective leader at this stage because he cannot engage with his organization without coming out of whatever hole he’s hiding in.

According to Donald Rumsfield that ‘hole’ is equipped with computers and telephone systems – ‘a very sophisticated operation’.

In a press conference six months post 911, Bush was asked about bin Laden. Deep in my heart I know the man’s on the run if he’s alive at all.