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In a YouTube news report last week, Glenn Zarmanov predicted that a major global terror threat was imminent in the form of a subway bombing. While he did not specify where it would take place, Glenn saw a media pattern that indicated to him that a possible state-sponsored attack would happen on a metro. Watch the video here:
In the video, Glenn mentions the article from the NY Post that admits the CIA tested biological weapons in the form of '___' on the civilian population in the subways of New York City in the 1950s. The declassification of these types of incidents and their publicity indicated to Glenn that a subway station would be the target of a possible attack. Next, Glenn saw the media put out the script for a train accident that never took place, further preparing the public for some kind of train emergency.
All these signs pointed toward a subway station being the target of a major public terror attack, so Glenn put out the video as a warning. The video's description clearly reads: "news patterns indicate a terror threat exists in the form of a possible state-sponsored train attack in the near future." He said he would retract his statement if nothing happened, but lo and behold, the Russian railways were attacked 8 days after Glenn made his prediction, which is clearly dated March 21, 2010.
Whether or not this is a genuine regional extremist threat or a state-sponsored provocateured event, we will be following this story as its details emerge. What we do know is that the media is predictably hyping this up as an excuse for more police-state measures to be implemented, such as naked body scanners and militarized police with automatic rifles riding the railways with New Yorkers as a response to the Russian railway incident.