posted on May, 2 2010 @ 12:12 PM
Originally posted by ADVISOR
There is also the concept that this "alleged" car bomber/s, was testing reaction times and procedures, to gain intel on the sop's for these types
To maximize impact of attack, experienced terrorists will deploy a decoy ied and have secondary, real ied's positioned in the vicinty of where
responders are expected to be located and or standing off in.
Hence why an initial blast, is to lure the target/s into the intended attack point. Then a secondary attack occurs after responders arrive on
site...in turn causing more casualties as intended.
It is how terrorists have managed to get more bang out of their buck.
That is at least, how I can best explain it and keep it simple.
Excellent post and it should not be ignored. That's why mods get the big bucks, right?
Going a little bit further down this path, we've all seen that very scenario played out in other countries. Responders getting decimated by secondary
devices. This was surely a test. There was no need for secondary devices as the higher ups in the EMS and the police are sure to know and explain the
possible ramifications in debriefings. If ATS mods can put these pieces together so can TPTB in NYC.
And so what does a responder do differently in the next incident? Nothing. But... and this is important, doubt and fear have been instilled. Everyone
is getting comfortable again. 9/11 happened nearly a decade ago and the public and a new generation of responders were in need of being reminded.
I'm not bright enough to expand this to the next level. False flag, actual terrorism, who knows? It does seem a lot of trouble to go to with no
"bang" for your buck. Crude does not ring true in my mind, purposefully clumsy is what I think. There was too much ingenuity with how this was done
to think that the only thing that was wrong was the triggering.
What I can imagine is that NYC might be headed back to lines of trucks entering tunnels and bridges waiting for inspection. Perhaps mid-town being off
limits during prime hours to trucks and SUVs. Deliveries during specific hours only. The mayor has had a bug up his butt for limiting traffic since he
took office. There's a lot of control that could be implemented from such an event. And any proposal will be reasonable considering the possible
damage from an event such as this coming to fruition. Will police and EMS workers strike or demand higher wages and no personnel cuts in this tough
economy? That was going to happen prior to this, imagine the outrage of these unions now. And the taxpayers will be frightened into agreeing with the
The actual "impact" of this incident has yet to be felt.