As most ATS regulars can attest we can't give much credibility to various dream prophecies and/or predictions we encounter in today’s information
I mean, think Aussie Bloke or Prophet Yahoo right!?
I was listening to Steve Quale's radio show the other night (not sure how legit this guy is), and he was so bold as to state the mentioned cities on
the show...(I am almost certain he reference the cities based on the prophecy page and managed to tie it in to Bin Hidins tape - saying the CIA/FBI
removed them for public consumption)
I’m sure most of his listeners came to the conclusion that Bin Hidin really mentioned those cities.....that’s where I personally think the
"rumor" started...anyhoo...mass paranoia generation...
I'm still surprised at the fact that Montreal, Canada was included as a possible target...I mean for 1 Montreal is in Canada right?
Yes elections will be happening...but a terrorist strike?
Also tons of Muslims live in Montreal, Canada....on the other hand so do tons of Jews...
As for the bridges...many exist connecting the island to the mainland, the main ones are:
and I quote:
THE JACQUES CARTIER BRIDGE
Is a five-lane bridge 11,236 feet or 2 1/6 miles (3.4 km) in length, spanning the St. Lawrence River between the cities of Montreal and Longueuil.
Access and exit ramps connect it to St. Helen's Island.
THE CHAMPLAIN BRIDGE
Opened to traffic on June 29, 1962, links the municipalities of Brossard and Verdun, and is approximately six kilometers in length. It carries six
lanes of traffic separated by a median.
THE HONORÉ MERCIER BRIDGE
The Honoré Mercier Bridge spans the St. Lawrence River and Seaway between Lasalle on the Island of Montreal, and the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawake on
the South Shore.
I'm a firm believer that as mentioned; in today’s internet info age, we come across a ton of info that makes us really question ourselves and our
world...easily and often strayed from the truth and reality.
Many people love attention and even more love reactions to fantastic statements, we must also realize many people make a monetary profit on this type
of information, the Conspiracy and paranormal market is huge generating millions of dollars annually in revenue.
Hence the propagation of this type of info thru quasi-seemingly legitimate sources. (i.e. Steve Q. radio show.)
Many are hypersensitive, they have certain dreams or thoughts that they interpret as reality or fact, there's nothing wrong with this of course
(imagination is a gift) but we must realize that most will justify the information and make it an active truth in their minds or in this case, most of
today’s "conspiracy" radio show hosts that continuously and relentlessly need to plug their DVD's or products - they love this type of
info/propaganda....and also, since it's on the net...hard copied somewhere it’s convenient for them to provide a source if questioned.
In any case....the story is interesting but doubt it's true
let's hope I’m right…..
[edit on 21-1-2006 by quadricle]