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Plot to Flood New York

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posted on Dec, 23 2006 @ 11:08 AM
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Manhattan is history.

unless Bush and his neo cons are stopped, then this
will be next terrorist attack they will commit against united states.

those who did 9/11 ie THEM, now THEY are planning to
do another atrocity, far bigger, bolder.

they have researched that they can flood new york city.

even small bombs can achieve this.

it is hoped that their plan will succeed in killing millions of people.

they want to drown everyone.

9/11 was carried out by government agencies, we all know that now.

plot to drown new york in a massive flood in next.



Bomb could flood New York subway within hours

Ed Pilkington in New York
Saturday December 23, 2006


www.guardian.co.uk...




posted on Dec, 23 2006 @ 12:20 PM
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Basic physics, water seeks it's own level. Blow up the tunnels and the water will rise only so high. Calm down.
No need to blame Bush and company though. There were more terror attacks against US interests during Clintons years, and he did nothing to stop them.

[edit on 23-12-2006 by steve99]



posted on Dec, 23 2006 @ 12:52 PM
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According to the article, the concept is flooding the subway tunnels…and I thought back in the summer of 2006 there was already plot discovered to try and flood the Hudson River train tunnels.

This doesn’t really make any logistical sense either…(from the posted article)

The plan, according to investigators, was to place up to 20 suicide bombers in a single carriage of a train for maximum effect.


There was another half-baked terroristic plot discovered back in 2004 which was to blow-up the Holland Tunnel. In addition to killing everyone in the tunnel and causing devastation, the terrorists also believed this act would flood Lower Manhattan; but LM it is above the level of the river.



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