posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 03:53 PM
Originally posted by usernameconspiracy
reply to post by getreadyalready
The posed question was specifically regarding a conventional military. That answer still remains no. Not saying you are wrong in your assessment of
how a non-conventional attack could occur, after years of planning. However, when one suggests that this is exactly what happened prior to the events
of 9/11, one gets called a shill or disinfo agent.
The US is a conventional military, and this is how we attacked Iraq both times. We infiltrated with spies, and we put special forces on the ground.
Then we built up forces on one border and made several key press releases and UN speeches and Diplomatic attempts, all the while the speedier invading
force was massing on the oppposite border, that force is what went in and began the war. Once they reacted to that surprise invasion, then the other
border was softened and the larger slower force came in as well. We used their oil wells against them. We struck strategic points.
My scenario was not non-conventional in any way, except it was a little slower build up. Really, it wouldn't take anywhere near 500,000 to cause
total chaos, look what 11 supposedly did. Look what 1 DC Sniper did.
Suppose it was China. Suppose they got 100 highly trained agents across the border illegally and another 100 across through diplomatic means. Then
those 200 provided intel, targeting, and recruiting for domestic help. Then they started terrorist style attacks, all the while China's new Navy was
performing exercises somewhere nearby, and their new kinetic weapons were ramping up for attack.
Once the whole thing pops off, and we're scrambling to cover here and there, they are landing foot soldiers, and controlling devasting areas like the
Gulf Coast refineries or Coastal Nuke plants. Check these out.
You think an enemy could get a
handful of people in to control a few of these sites and then use them as bases knowing we couldn't possibly attack there?