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Originally posted by Shadowflux
The only problem I have with stories like these, other than the obvious inability on our part to verify it, is that it's always tied to "The NWO" yet it doesn't seem to coincide with other things that are said about "The NWO Agenda".
Namely the idea that "They" apparently want people centralized in major cities so as to leave the rest of the land to be reclaimed by wilderness yet we're always getting "warnings" about "Major metropolitan cities" being destroyed.
These cities may seem, at first thought, to be top targets for an enemy attack but if you think about it most cities don't contain many high priority targets from a strategic stand point. Initial attack targets should include military bases and command centers, information and transportation infrastructure and major travel and supply centers like airports and docks. Killing civilians works from a terror stand point but not from a militarily strategic one.
Just look at the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, we took out high priority targets and left most civilian centers standing.
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by DevilJin
Actually, if you are looking at an actual war-time scenario, attacking major cities makes great sense if you are targeting the financial institutions within the cities.
First rule - attack your enemy's pocket book and then move onto supply-routes.
Major banks would be a priority target.
Hence, WTC 9-11.
Originally posted by Pappie54
There are truthers, tenthers, and end of timers in the guard just as there are in the over all population. The sky is falling again.
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