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G20 - could terrorists strike elsewhere undetected?

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posted on Mar, 31 2009 @ 11:09 PM
i was thinking today about this G20 summit.

if there was a high risk of attack, surely the terrorists would be much more clever to pick a target thats nowhere near this G20 meeting.

there will be mass police presence around here and secret service. Surely this will leave a lack of security in other, still important places??

what about Glasgow, Manchester, or even other parts of london?

god forbid this will happen, but has anyone else gotan eerie feeling at the moment that something may happen?

if it does, it may be in the unlikeliest of places, not where we all expect???

posted on Mar, 31 2009 @ 11:31 PM
I've had an eerie feeling about it for about a week or two.

April 1st seems like a good day to just shake up a bag of # and throw it around. Visualize that!

I'm looking for something that is going to slip by tomorrow. While everyone is focusing on whats happening at the G20, media wise, what could pass through undetected???

Monotizing our debt went through, and noone noticed. But us in the know are now pissed

posted on Mar, 31 2009 @ 11:38 PM
The quick answer is yes. It will not be biological or radioactive if in London. The prevailing wind would carry everything Eastward, toward the world "leaders". They do certainly not defecate at their own dinner table.

For your false-flag attack I would look outside London.


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