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A Warning To America! A Must Read!

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posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:20 PM
breply to post by OrionHunterX

Ok, So let me get this straight. This guy has inside intelligence as to prior warnings of terrorist attacks, details on those attacks and possible outcomes of such attacks... sounds a little fishy to me. Even though it has been stated and in most cases proven that our government had prior knowledge and supposedly backed down in the face of the terror of 911, this guy doesnt give any but vague details of what "might" come of that terrible day when (if) we are attacked,again.

Call me a little cynical, but IF I were to announce to the whole of the U.S. that I had foreknowledge of some kind of plot, then I think I would be a little more forthcoming with the info... obviously unlessI thought I were going to be implicated, yet still... with the title of the op.. where is the warning??? What is trying to be said here??? ORANGE ALERT??? Something to be afraid of that we arent already??? Its in the air??

I disagree with the idea that most americans wouldnt know what to do in face of an emergency, however, review of a good plan of action in the event of cellular crash, home phone, power out due to terrorist attack or natural disaster... etc. is an all too important step into maintaining our continuity of family.

Protect your own, maintain sensibility, and stay calm.... Its only safe if we make it that way.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:23 PM
A warning to the hack terrorist who will attempt to scare Americas with a weak attempt to push us into a corner... Just in case you forget this nation has a whole slew of home grown terrorist who wear red and blue gang colors and would like nothing more than to take up drive by hits on people suspected of trying to rattle there drug corners. there also the fact that this country suffered through crazy ass folks who strap on white robes and burn crosses and kept a whole race of people as slaves and didn't give a # if anyone knew...or the crazy left overs from the Nazi party who would love nothing more than killing middle eastern people for no reason...this is call social balances and checks for the crazies of other countries who like to kick up dust. our crazy's are just as crazy as your crazies..The difference is our crazies can be the guy next door who goes to church and does all the right things untill abortion talk sets him off and he straps on bombs...America can go tit for tat with the terrorist we have them in all races and colors take your pick.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:37 PM
reply to post by Amagnon

What freedom has been restricted from us?

I wake up everyday, pop on the internet, play WoW, sign off, do research, drive to work, use my car, come home, watch TV, rent a movie, go see a movie. The point I make here is that I do whatever I want (Freedom).

Remember this. Freedom can never be restricted. Free Will is Freedom. We can do whatever we want, but it is the free will of those who witness us that issue consequences. You were never restricted your freedom, people may tell you, you cannot do something but you yourself have the freedom to fight that. So don't sit there, and say "oh this organization is restricting our freedom"... People like yourself are the simply the ones who forgot how to use freedom...

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:48 PM
AMEN Tsloan!!
I have thought ALOT about a terrorist invasion in the USA; what I come up with is actually a survival plan to keep the ones I trust close. Of course, I also think about the fact that Americans come in all colors, creeds, and nations; This country was founded on the basis of living life without worries of becoming overruled by bureaucracy and bullsh*t. Unfortunately, there are people out there who only want to dominate and control others. Here, we have those kinds of people too. Street gangs, mountain militias, psycho religious fanatics, government, you name it.... When The SHTF who are you really going to trust? It's a dog eat dog world out there (in case you haven't figured it out) Hopefully I'll be one of them on top with my teeth bared.
The OP tried to get people to open their eyes and watch their backs... TY OP!

BTW, 62 virgins????? LOL!! Who said they'll all be women? It's a known fact they're more men on the face of the earth than there are women... he he he!!!

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:54 PM
reply to post by Doomsday 2029

Doesn't change the actions of the players; just the controllers motives the result is still the same.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:55 PM
I would not bet against Juval Aviv, but there is a mistake in your post: in Israel, people do indeed enter the airport with their bags just as they do everywhere. In fact, Israel has NO curbside bag check-in. I have travelled there extensively both before and after the new airport was built. The way it works is that you bring your bags in and you are separated into bag check security lines based on destinations. You are questioned shortly after entering your line line. You and everyone else still has bags with them, so a terrorist could blow up a bag big bag at that point and likely take out everyone in many of the lines.

Once it is finally your turn to have your bags checked security-wise (not "checked" and in checking bags by the airline), your bags go through a special xray machine. Carry-on too. When it comes out, if you are clear a sticker is placed on it and you move to the ticketing counter like any other airport and proceed with checking bags, ticketing, etc. If there is something that they don't like, they'll take the bag (and you) to another little roped area (this is in the middle of all the serpintine lines of people) where there are human inspectors. The bag will be take taken to one of them and they tell you to open it because they want to check, for example, something at the bottom left corner. They'll do a physical check and if it passes, the sticker goes on and you move along to the airline counters to join the others. If there is something still they do not like, expect to have your travel day plans severely disrupted!

The process is orderly and not too onerous, but it does take place in the middle of the inside of the airport entrance among hundreds of people and staff in and around various lines. But you can bet the police in Israel know who you are long before you ever land in Israel in the first place. I know that from experience too. And they profile as a rule, not an exception. Their security people are all (aside from being early twenties in age or even younger) serious and well-trained. No games or jokes. They read your body language far more than your words.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:02 PM
I find it interesting (and always have) that people are always willing to blame their city, state, or federal governments for all of their problems, but when the brown stuff really hits the fan, the ones who were complaining the loudest are always the first in line for government help.

It's usually the people complaining the loudest that are the least prepared for any sort of emergency.

I live by myself. I ALWAYS have at least 4 18 litre bottles of water on hand at any one time (I rotate through six bottles and four are always full), a three month supply of dried food that doesn't neeed a stove to prepare, an up to date first aid kit, a fire extinguisher, a pistol and plenty of ammunition (unregistered), a three month supply of medications, and try and keep myself reasonably physically fit.

I would love to have some small value gold and silver on hand as well but unfortunately finances don't allow for this. I do have some cash on hand in a safe at all times, in small denominations though. I also have plenty of unread books and decks of card to pass the time. I have a small camping stove with a stock of camping gas cylinders for cooking if needed, and plenty of blankets and warm clothes as I live in a climate that can get very cold in the winter time.

It's also a good idea to have an old rotary phone on hand. You can dial 911 from ANY phone line that's hooked up (even if you don't have active phone service). If you don't have a phone, it's a good idea to see if the local phone company will come out and just make sure your line is connected at your home, even if you don't have a landline.

Don't have large denomination cash (even $20's) as if there is an emergency, people will go straight to the bank machines as time runs out (if there is any warning at all) and everyone will only have 20 dollar bills - the stores pretty quickly won't be able to make change.

These are just some basic things to have on hand in case of an emergency - they don't cost that much, and are easily found in any grocery or hardware store in your area. It's just sensible precautions, not alarmist survialist worrying.

Last year during a snow storm, my entire city was without power for three days. ON the radio (my wind up one) they were broadcasting regularly telling people that the schools and fire halls and government offices were open to anyone that needed to go in for services, and had generators and heat, and that if you weren't mobile in the snow storm they would come and get you if you phoned them (phones were about the only things working at the time if you had a regular landline (non powered).

Once the power came back on, the amount of people griping that no one was available to help out was unbelievable. Lots of people hadn't even thought to just drop in to City Hall and find out if there were emergency services available during the outage - even simple things like this can make a big difference in an emergency.

The simple thing to do is - BE PREPARED AND HAVE A PLAN. Remember - the local, state, or federal governments may not be able to help for a week or longer in a widespread emergency.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:05 PM
reply to post by OrionHunterX

I am from the Netherlands and must say it all sounds very scary. So curious as I am I Googled for 'Juval Aviv' and found the following:

Here they say it is all nonsense and he didn't predict the London bombings. A quote:

His predictions about terrorists hitting the U.S. in "six, seven, or eight cities simultaneously" sometime within the next "ninety days at most" are outdated, as he issued them back in July 2005. It seems safe to say from this vantage point that those predictions were not correct, as no such attacks occurred.

So...this just is some old news...revitalised by OrionHunterX?

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:05 PM
I don't believe any single word of this stuff. You're just trying to scare people and trying to throw anger, rage and hate over muslims.
If this is true we will find out in few weeks.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:06 PM
On a more on topic post - why do we have security when we go into HIGH SCHOOLS to ensure that no one has any prohibited items, but we can't protect our airports in such a way?

It makes a lot of sense to do the security when people are going IN to airports, not just when entering the gates.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:08 PM

Originally posted by OrionHunterX
reply to

One can't blame all Muslims as being terrorists. But it is these Mullahs who preach and brainwash the gullible. These are the guys who should be put away. These are the guys who send them as suicide bombers to be killed for a cause that is incompatible with the contemporary way of life. They continue to live in the stone age. I think it's all about hankering for power.

But the question is how do well educated people get brainwashed so easily? Do they really believe that they would be received in the land of Allah and provided with 62 virgins?? It's inexplicable!

And what happens when they run out of virgins in the promised land? They will if the increasing number of suicide bombers is anything to go by!!

thats why i don't believe its the muslims but government creating these attacks. im not saying there could be a genuine attack now since america and other invading countries are destroying these peoples homelands, but back then it truly was false flagged and it was a geopolitical strategy to invade the middle east, and not what you are told it officially was.

man if the whole world becomes like the state of israel we are doomed. i cant even fantom people having to behave and live in a world like that. i mean its like a conspiracy theorist version of constant paranoia except on a invisible enemy, i do however agree in being prepared, but all this will surely traumatize the world.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:09 PM

Originally posted by pscysm
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler

What's wrong with war anyway?
It's our nature, if we don't stomp on someone, someone else will stomp on us.
It helps advance technology, we need to keep advancing our technology.
It provides jobs and it helps control the population. The majority of the population need to be controlled, they are too stupid to think for themselves, when they do you get idiots like Kevin Rudd as prime minister of Australia.

Are you insane? WAR is good?????? we need to kill people????

you are either deranged or a dis info agent.

The only reason war propagates new technology is because it is government funded. that means tax payers pay for the funding. so you get corrupt politicians who are CEO's of weapons manufactures who push an agenda that CONVENIENTLY makes them rich. the reason they push war and not space exploration or some other scientific study is because it easy to scare people and people are bigots by nature so its an easy emotion to tap into and control.

Your lack of understanding is a sad reminder to the rest of us what it is we are facing. i truly feel for you if this is you actual outlook on life.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:26 PM
reply to post by OrionHunterX

So, what can America do to protect itself? From an intelligence perspective, Aviv says the U.S. needs to stop relying on satellites and technology for intelligence. We need to, instead, follow Israel's, Ireland's and England's hands-on examples of human intelligence, both from an infiltration perspective as well as to pay attention to, and trust 'aware' citizens to help. We need to engage and educate ourselves as citizens; however, our U. S. government continues to treat us, its citizens, 'like babies'. Our government thinks we 'can't handle the truth' and are concerned that we'll panic if we understand the realities of terrorism. Aviv says this is a deadly mistake.

This is so much fear mongering none sense. Oh just look at what this Aviv guy says about the U.S. government and its citizens! He must know what he's talking about. Let's all tell the government to stop treating us like babies and really give us the cold hard truth about terrorism because Aviv says so.

Aviv recently created/executed a security test for our Congress, by placing an empty briefcase in five well-traveled spots in five major cities. The results? Not one person called 911 or sought a policeman to check it out. In fact, in Chicago, someone tried to steal the briefcase!

Aviv would rather have had himself shot on the spot for pulling such a stunt then? What this thread is about is creating fear and uncertainty. Not only that but it is intended to create mistrust and division amongst ourselves. It is to make us watch our neighbors and call the authorities when we are paranoid enough to see a terrorist behind every bush.

My advice? Tell Aviv to go home. We don't need his services. We should be like Israel, Ireland and England huh? I don't think so.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:28 PM
reply to post by OrionHunterX

But the question is how do well educated people get brainwashed so easily? Do they really believe that they would be received in the land of Allah and provided with 62 virgins?? It's inexplicable!

No it isn't. It's an eye for an eye, and all about revenge. It can never be condoned, but it can be understood because when (educated) people hurt inside they are capable of anything.

[edit on 5-7-2010 by john124]

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:29 PM

Originally posted by TheLoneArcher
reply to post by JJBB22

Yes, perhaps it is a fake. However, the contents of the document do make sense. People, regarding physical security and general awareness, tend to focus on the wrong details.

To give you a prime example:

After I retired from the military, I went to work for a large defence company in Europe. During my first few months there and shorty after 911, the company decided to have a bomb drill. I have never seen such a farce in my life. Disregarding all the initial c**k-ups, our muster point was in the cente of the main carpark. Now, call me mad, but that would be the first place, as a terrorist, that I would place a secondary device in order to cause maximum casualties. Think of all those juicy full fuel tanks that would augment my bomb.

I brought the issue up with Company security, who promptly told me to leave it to the professionals as they knew what they were doing.

Please excuse my rant but, well, why does common sense not prevail?

[edit on 5/7/2010 by TheLoneArcher]

I could give you roughly six and a half billion reasons why.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:29 PM
I don't get it... I posted a thread with the EXACT same email SEVERAL months ago, and I got like three flags. Yet YOU post it, and everyone craps themselves like its some sort of fracking revelation!

What gives?

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 08:52 PM
reply to post by TiM3LoRd

The only reason war propagates new technology is because it is government funded. that means tax payers pay for the funding. so you get corrupt politicians who are CEO's of weapons manufactures who push an agenda that CONVENIENTLY makes them rich.

I disagree, no doubt that plays a part in getting the funding, but "necessity is the mother of all invention", during war existing/new technologies develop much faster due to need.

the reason they push war and not space exploration or some other scientific study is because it easy to scare people and people are bigots by nature so its an easy emotion to tap into and control.

Didn't I say it was a method of control?

you are either deranged or a dis info agent....Your lack of understanding is a sad reminder to the rest of us what it is we are facing. i truly feel for you if this is you actual outlook on life.
Ah, the good old Ad hominem, ultimate fallback position of the close minded. I'm not deranged, I'm just a forward thinker.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 09:32 PM
reply to post by OrionHunterX

It's actually 62 Virginians. They just translated it incorrectly. Imagine their disappointment when they reach "heaven" all prepared for an eternity of sex with hot babes, but instead have to learn the virtues of American Democracy and wicker furniture.

[edit on 5-7-2010 by dovdov]

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 09:53 PM

Originally posted by LieBuster
reply to post by OrionHunterX

A jewsish man buys $2bn worth of property with a down payment of just $15m and double insures the property and next thing we know is it falls down.

Does the words false flag mean anything to you and i could go on with lots more examples and this comes from a person who wanted to bomb every muslim off the faces of the earth the day after 9/11

It would seem that a lot of people knew that an attack was coming, including Condi Rice,"Who would think they would fly planes into buildings."and GBush. And all the american generals who were told not fly public transportation.
If they knew, than someone in the Mosad knew, and maybe that guy who bought the buildings heard a rumor and was smarter and richer than you and acted on it. Or maybe it was coincidence.
"The hate you if your clever,but they despise a fool."John Lennon.

[edit on 5-7-2010 by RRokkyy]

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 10:01 PM
reply to post by anglodemonicmatrix

I lived in Australia for several years, and how I envied your country. You have a vast ocean around your border. Any one tries to fly in you can shoot them down. Your Navy can sink any ships. What's left? Some one tries to swim to your shore, well I might even pay good money to see that. In our case? We have a 21st century feudal state on our southern border, and if up to me I would put our Army on the border and say go ahead, just try to cross and see what happens.

And our northern border? The biggest problem we would have with Canada is the seismic report as Canadian's stampeded across the border.... to get back home.

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