posted on Nov, 19 2003 @ 08:14 PM
Something of interest has come to my attention (bearing in mind that 50% of this is speculation). On 15th November (Last saturday) Britains security
services reportedly raised the terror alert to "Severe General" (the second highest level on the scale)
Just under 3 hours later, the staff at Britains "Sellafield" nuclear power plant staged a mass walkout over a pay dispute which came almost out of
If I was working in what would be a devastating (therefore automatically appealing) target for a terrorist attack, I wouldn't want to stick around
This, coupled with the amount of trouble the world has experienced with it's power supplies/suppliers over the past few months, leads me to believe
that there may be more to this than meets the eye.
If there was indeed a "specific threat" (or just a good old-fasioned cover up job ), what better way to evacuate such a dangerous building high on
the target list without causing mass panic, than to stage a mass walk out due to a dispute over pay?
I'll say again, this is 50% speculation but that's how theories are created, by being thought about...