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Now in latest development, according to US Military analyst, Israel might pull out a false flag attack in London and blame it on Iran.
The Iranian network Press TV published an interview on its website on July 10, 2012, with the US Military analyst Gordon Duff, who says he has highly credible information that Israel might pull out a false flag attack during the London Olympics and blame it on Iran, to push the US into war with the Persian country.
In the same day that Press TV published it, Sky News released a video interviewing an insider at G4S firm, who says the private security of t
And If you think otherwise please stop watching your propaganda-spewing news stations and begin to look at non-bias Iran related news sources such as Russia Today.
Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
reply to post by Kluute
IF they know this then HOW CAN A WAR START THEN????? SMH
How have they lost their credibility?
Originally posted by javmctaff
reply to post by Kluute
i havent heard of what security level we are at for the olympics!!! does anyone know??
wasnt long ago we had a different level of threat every oter day!!
Threat from international terrorism
The current threat level is Substantial - this means that a terrorist attack is a strong possibility.
Threat from Northern Irish terrorism
The current threat level is set separately for Northern Ireland and Great Britain:
In Northern Ireland it is Severe - this means that a terrorist attack is highly likely.
In Great Britain it is Substantial - this means that a terrorist attack is a strong possibility.
What are threat levels?
The system of threat levels has been created to keep you informed about the level of threat the UK faces from terrorism at any given time.
This system helps police and other law enforcement agencies decide how to allocate staff. The threat level represents the likelihood of an attack in the near future. More about the UK threat level system (Opens in a new window) on the MI5 website.
The five levels are:
critical - an attack is expected imminently
severe - an attack is highly likely
substantial - an attack is a strong possibility
moderate - an attack is possible but not likely
low - an attack is unlikely
Source: Current threat level