This is just how the Cabal wanted it to be....
The more scared the people are, the easier to assert increased control over our personal freedoms and privacy...
Thier plan is working to a T....
Americans more scared than ever
Polls take pulse on anniversary
WASHINGTON—Two years on, the shock has dissipated, the memory is more distant, but the fear remains.
Poll after poll released on the eve of today's second anniversary of the terrorist strikes on New York and Washington find Americans more fearful and
fatalistic than they were a year ago, when the need to honour the victims supplanted the recurring vision of another attack.
Everything else which spiked upward in the immediate aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 suicide hijackings — support for the government, a return to
religion, even a trust of the media — has returned to pre-attack "normals."
"Everything but the `new normal,'" says Caroll Doherty of the Pew Research Centre. "The prevalent view in this country is that they can strike
again, anywhere, anytime, and the government can't stop it.
"The apocalyptic fear is definitely here to stay, at least in the foreseeable future."
That fear returned yesterday when the Arabic television channel Al-Jazeera aired a video of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and his deputy Ayman
al-Zawahri, who vows to "bury" American troops in Iraq.