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U.S. counterterrorism sources remain concerned that an attack against the U.S. homeland will occur within the next two to three weeks. This is not surprising, considering that the drums have been beating loudly in Washington this summer about a potential attack -- first from Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and then in the form of a National Intelligence Estimate. More recently, several other reports have appeared concerning an impending attack, including an alert over the weekend in New York triggered by an alleged dirty bomb plot.
Given the current threat environment, this is an opportune time to examine again ways to avoid -- or at least mitigate -- the impact of that chaos and panic. The set of tools designed to do that is called personal contingency planning.
Originally posted by Tranceopticalinclined
Fearmongering in the name of money, plain and simple
I emailed them, addressing their lack of tact, as well as the surely unfair notion that the poor do not matter and the rich ( or Finnanicaly Able ) are the only ones who get to benefit from their infomation.
49 bucks for a briefing, and 300 and something for a membership, and im sure once you get a membership the info will be of that you can find online with a lil snooping skill.
Yes we all know somethings are about to go down, its truely sad when others try to make money off that.