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aaahh... an underwear bomber,,,so sexy and violent at the same time.Reminds me of an old confrontation I used to have with my lovely ex.
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
a reply to: awakehuman
It sounds like he's simply being realistic to me. I don't see this as an indication that he knows of any specific plan; just that he knows that there are possibilities, such as a very open southern border, where suitcase-sized nukes could easily be brought over, or under, for that matter. We also have known terrorists (underwear bomber) allowed to fly in, so what else have they allowed, while they are busy frisking little girls in the airports? All considered, it's a wonder something really big hasn't happened already.
originally posted by: Mumbotron
Just so you know, even 15 yrs ago you couldn't even come within 1/2 a km of the us boarder with those radio nucleotides used for medical imaging in your bloodstream without setting off the detectors. The idea that someone could get one of those through a port is laughable, unless there was help from the inside.
5,000 sleeper agents in USA, 48 suitcase nuclear bombs ready to deploy – simultaneously
According to a new and widely-read book, Osama’s Revenge … The Next 911, the truth about terrorism is worse than we have imagined. Its author, Paul L. Williams, is a professor and prolific writer..
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"Issuing yet the latest warning of the threat of nuclear terrorism in the U.S., Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said there are far worse security problems facing the country than bombings of mass-transit systems.
"In comments during a visit to Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in California this week, Chertoff said the foremost concern for the nation’s security now is the threat of a larger chemical, biological or nuclear attack."
Chertoff’s statement constitutes an admission that widespread reports of so-called "suitcase nukes" are true. These are portable nuclear devices that have been smuggled into America and hidden until the time arrives to set them off – simultaneously – in our population centers.
Hamid Mir, the only journalist to interview Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri in the wake of 9/11, has confirmed that al-Qaida has obtained nuclear suitcase weapons from the Russian black market, that the weapons were tested in Kabul in 2000 and that may have already been forward deployed to the United States.
“If you think that my information and analysis about bin Laden’s location is correct,” Mir said, “then please don’t underestimate my analysis about his nuclear threat also.”
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Mir said that he met with an Egyptian engineer last week who had lost an eye after one of bin Laden’s nuclear tests in Kunar. The Pakistani journalist said that the encounter with the engineer greatly disturbed and depressed him since it provided further assurance that a nuclear nightmare for America is about to dawn.
Mir believes that an “American Hiroshima” will occur as soon as the U.S. launches an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities. “Al-Qaida and Iran,” he says, “have a long, secret relationship.”
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Mir’s position that al-Qaida’s nuclear weapons may have already been forward deployed to the United States confirms the report of Sharif al-Masri, a key al-Qaida operative who was arrested in Pakistan in November 2000.
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Congresswoman: Cartels may be smuggling Hezbollah across
A U.S. congresswoman is warning that while the world’s eyes are on Iran’s growing threat against Israel, the Islamic nation’s terrorist surrogates may have already formed sleeper cells here in the United States.
Rep. Sue Myrick, R-N.C., asserted in a radio interview today she believes it’s possible that Hezbollah, the radical terrorist organization tied to Iran, may be working with Mexican cartels to funnel not only drugs, but also terrorist sleeper agents into the U.S.
“Former [Defense Intelligence Agency] people and others have told me what is going on, there have been a couple of arrests in this country relative to people who have had ties to Hezbollah or Iran, and my concern has been with the drug cartels and the gangs that are operating in Mexico,” Myrick said. “There is, what I have been told, a very strong presence there of coordination between the two.”