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Is Population Reduction In The Works?

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posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 02:57 AM

Originally posted by stanlee
reply to post by The Parallelogram

Im thinking more long term

what could it possibly do in the long term? it's going to stay on the moon, not doing anything.

you just want so badly to believe that this mission is dangerous that no amount of logic will convince you otherwise. but in a week, you'll forget about it and find something else that you think will bring about the end of the world.

week after week, impending armageddon after impending armageddon, it never occurs to you that none of these terrible things have ever come to pass, or that the success rate of these vague internet prophecies drops with every single failed prediction on every single passing day.

this isn't personal; it's just what 90% of ATS does.

posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 06:35 AM
reply to post by Unregistered

I was thinking more along the lines of terrorist attack with nukes in several cities across the U.S. Say several large cities with large populations.

There is intelligence reports that claim terrorist may have gotten nukes across the border through Mexico years ago. Seven out of ten of America’s largest cities are in states bordering Mexico. New York continued to be the nation’s most populous city, with 8.2 million residents.

New York, N.Y. 8.2 million
Los Angeles, Calif. 3,834,340
Chicago, Ill. 2,836,658
Houston, Tex. 2,208,180
Philadelphia, Pa. 1,449,634
Phoenix, Ariz. 1,552,259
San Antonio, Tex. 1,328,984
San Diego, Calif. 1,266,731
Dallas, Tex. 1,240,499
San Jose, Calif 939,899

You could pull the country together like after 911. You would kill off enough people to help offset the current unemployment problem and you could ramp up our military war machine to hunt down and destroy the "people" responsible. It would provide an excuse for the collapse of the dollar and a reason why we dont need to pay the countries we owe. The new construction to repair the damaged cities would provide tens of thousands of new jobs. The long term effects would promise to kill even more people and it would be a boost to the medical field and drug companies. Just to name a few things.

posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 09:02 AM
Expert: Nuke terror

Attack likely to exploit existing network of cross-border human, drug traffickers.

Allison, who has testified before Congress on the subject, says the illicit economy for narcotics and illegal alien trafficking "has built up a vast infrastructure that terrorists could exploit" in delivering a nuclear weapon to its target in the U.S.

Al-Qaida, which has threatened to launch an "American Hiroshima" attack on the U.S., remains Allison's No. 1 suspect to pull off such a mission.
Al-Qaida Plans Nuclear Attacks on 7 U.S. Cities

Williams says these cities are New York, Washington, D.C., Las Vegas, Miami, Boston, Houston, and Los Angeles.

* Evidence the Saudi intelligence service claims bin Laden has an arsenal of between 40 and 70 tactical nuclear weapons

* Russian sources that claim bin Laden bought 12 to 15 fully assembled nuclear weapons

Williams maintains that al-Qaida is not content on blowing up one nuclear device or even simply a "dirty" nuke — but wants to explode real nuclear devices in seven U.S. cities simultaneously.

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