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September 16, 2014

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Texas Police Prepare to Defend International Bridges From Militia Groups

September 16, 2014

MISSION, Texas -- Authorities prepare to use “whatever force is necessary” to defend international bridges between Texas and Mexico from U.S. based militia groups.


N.Y. Dems press for citizen rights for illegals; ‘it’s unconscionable,’ GOP says

September 16, 2014

Illegal immigrants can score big in New York, where Democrats are pushing a bill — aptly dubbed “New York is Home” — that would grant driver’s licenses and voting rights, and even the ability to seek public office, to those in the country unlawfully.


AP Enterprise: al-Qaida's Syrian cell alarms US

September 16, 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) — A mix of hardened jihadis from Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria and Europe — poses a more direct and imminent threat to the United States, working with Yemeni bomb-makers to target U.S. aviation, American officials say.


Steven Crowder Returns to YouTube Slamming ‘Moderate Islam’

September 16, 2014

Comedian and popular conservative YouTuber Steven Crowder is back to making videos after being gone for more than a year.


Hundreds of Reporters Flock to Iowa to Witness the Return of Hillary

September 16, 2014

Sadly, Breitbart News was not in Iowa this weekend to witness The Return of Hillary Clinton to The American Heartland™.


Ron Paul’s ‘Audit the Fed’ bill returns to Congress

September 15, 2014

Ron Paul may not be in Congress anymore, but his “Audit the Fed” bill lives on after him.














US Intelligence Raises Threat Level from al Qaeda

 

We have another article and warning about Islamofascists wanting to create bombs they can sneak onto aircraft and detonate them inflight:


But the Khorasan militants did not go to Syria principally to fight the government of President Bashar Assad, U.S. officials say. Instead, they were sent by al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri to recruit Europeans and Americans whose passports allow them to board a U.S.-bound airliner with less scrutiny from security officials.


In addition, according to classified U.S. intelligence assessments, the Khorasan militants have been working with bomb-makers from al-Qaida's Yemen affiliate to test new ways to slip explosives past airport security. The fear is that the Khorasan militants will provide these sophisticated explosives to their Western recruits who could sneak them onto U.S.-bound flights.


The Obama administration has said that the Islamic State group, the target of more than 150 U.S. airstrikes in recent weeks, does not pose an imminent threat to the continental U.S. The Khorasan group, which has not been subject to American military action, is considered the more immediate threat.


We have to ask to ask a primary question at this point which we will get to shortly, before we do the following statements sum up the entire US intelligence assessment and tactics to thwart this security threat:


U.S. intelligence suggests al-Asiri and his confederates are constantly trying to tweak their bomb designs so that the explosives can get past airport security and also detonate successfully.


The TSA ban on uncharged laptops and cellphones stemmed from information that al-Qaeda was working with the Khorasan group to pack those devices with hard-to-detect explosives, a U.S. official said.


We have to ask some qualifying  questions as this seems to contradict the actual reality of what these groups are trying to accomplish and we have to question this assessment by our own intelligence agencies and groups. We believe that these assessments are not for the stopping of these groups but to continue the constant state of fear and repression that our own government has created over these acts by Islamofascists against our own citizens and we just accept them without question. The question of technical prowess comes to mind as well since a smart bomb to Islamofascists is a terrorist with a suicide vest, many times a mentally or defective individual from birth looking to bring honor to themselves or their family.


Let that sink in for a moment...


The fundamental question that need to be asked is why would these groups want to work so diligently to defeat a security system that has been designed to thwart them at every turn? Or to put it another way why do they want to run the gauntlet of a security perimeter that is designed to catch them, and what is so special or sacred about blowing airliners out of the sky?


The goal of these acts are terror and the thought of terror that keeps a population on a constant state of tension, knowing they could be a target at any time. The cost in time, money and materials and resources supposedly to blow airliners out of the sky is a problem with diminishing returns.


When a security hole exists at every airport that is easily exploitable.


If the goal is terror and disruption of air travel the downing of airliners is too short sided a goal as it only targets one airliner, whereas a more encompassing strategy that target the airports terminals themselves seems more plausible. The very nature of air travel is that it requires people to congregate in dense groups the same as, when they are seated in an aircraft. What's more it is on the side of the terminal that is not secure.


There are several areas that are conducive to a terrorist attack that could be easily exploited and could be done on a nationwide or worldwide basis cheaply and cause air traffic to come to a complete standstill. What’s more, the terminals themselves would be damaged and require time to repair before being able to be placed back into service, causing a greater economic damage than destroying one aircraft.


What's more whatever counter measures that could be deployed would require diverse and extraneous security measures that were widely spread in many locations making them inordinately expensive. And would make the security hole exist in many locations at once making air travel so expensive that only the very wealthy would be able to afford flying, it would change our entire leisure market for air travel.


This means a fundamental question exists why haven't Islamofascists exploited this security hole with suicide bombers?


The economic damage would far exceed the loss of a single airliner, and the low tech nature of this act is a no-brainer, it is also a staple of their existing playbook. What's more they have already used this tactic when they destroyed the sea faring trade in the Mediterranean and brought the Eastern Holy Roman Empire to a standstill and end.


Could it be because these are not the acts of terrorism, and is not being done by Islamofascists but others, or are they simply being made to be a ghost in the machine to keep a security and police state in existence for the exploitation by our government(s) to repress our own people. From Townhall.


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