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The Bibe Code warns of a terrible attack that will claim thousands of lives on Thanksgiving Day.
"The current problems in Iran and Afghanistan are only the beginning," explains computer expert Michael Borinall, leader of a six-month research project funded by grants from the Crucible Institute. "From our data, we can tell that autumn of 2010 will be a very difficult and dangerous time for America and the world. "The end of November - and especially Thanksgiving weekend - will unfortunately come with an increased risk for every American being touched by violence and conflict."
Borinall started his project instructing the computers to seek out words and phrases that occurred in close connection with the year 2010. His team soon found that 2010 often appeared in messages that also contained coded references to the phrase Thanksgiving Day massacre. "My heart sank when I realized this was no accident," say Harold Givens. "By changing our program to look for all occurences of 'Thanksgiving Day Massacre,' we discovered dozens of descriptions of war and terror."
"The end of November - and especially Thanksgiving weekend - will unfortunately come with an increased risk for every American being touched ...."
The Bible Code report warns that operatives will smuggle suitcase-sized nuclear bombs into five American cities: Omaha, Wichita, Chicago, Phoenix and Denver.
Originally posted by camaro68ss
i think a good attack would be to blow up the security lines that waits to get past the TSA. Imagine 1,000+ people in a little room packed together and a bomb going off in the middle. I think that will be the next attack.
An attack like that will close down an airport for months due to the security check point being destroyed and all the dead there. Try closing down JFK for a month and see what happens.
edit on 23-11-2010 by camaro68ss because: (no reason given)