posted on Aug, 3 2004 @ 10:44 AM
I predict that the government can't 'do it alone' and that US citizens will have to get involved on a more personal basis by forming civil defense
groups in their neighborhoods.
Anyway, wouldn't it be prudent for everyone to get some sort of *training* of what to do in the event of an attack or disaster? Are we to just sit
glued to the boob tube and wait for instructions? What if the power shuts down and no TVs can be watched? Huh? I mean, we all know it's coming - one
way or another. What if the banking system is struck and no one can get any cash-o-la out of the machines? Or the truckers can't get to the stores?
Or the gas crisis causes people to be unable to get around?
I'm really surprised 'Homeland Security' just keeps the country abrest of the situation but is not providing any solutions! Just telling citizens
to keep their eyes open for suspicious behavior is ridiculous. It's time for the general populous to devise a plan for themselves, their families,
their neighborhoods and their cities.
I believe the USA will be struck in multiple locations simultaneously and with such ferocity it will shock everyone. Just because a few detailed plans
have been found out, doesn't mean that a dozen more just like it doesn't exist elsewhere. And just because a few terrorists have been detained and
or caught at the border with cash and a plane ticket to NYC doesn't mean that dozens of others aren't already in place. I've 'seen' the sleeper
cells - and know they've been here all along, awaiting 'activation'.
I mean, I don't know about the rest of you... but if something happened right now - today - I'd be in big trouble! As I wouldn't have enough cash
on hand or ample food and water supplies. Not even a battery operated radio! Yikes! I guess I better get crackin' on that supply list....
Auntie Em! Auntie Em!