Wednesday, September 14, 2005

We are Just Getting Started part 12

How fitting that on the 4th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, another set up was announced:
Al-Qaeda threatens attacks on Los Angeles and Melbourne

09.11.2005, 11:28 AM

WASHINGTON (AFX) - A suspected American member of Al-Qaeda threatened attacks against Los Angeles and the Australian city of Melbourne in a videotape shown by ABC television on today's fourth anniversary of Sept 11. [...]
Bush needs another terrorist attack, if he wants to keep his job, due to the realization of millions that the neocons do not have our best interests in mind after the deliberate bungling of the Katrina aftermath.

There can be no doubt that it was deliberate:
“FEMA won't accept Amtrak's help in evacuations.''
”FEMA turns away experienced firefighters.''
“FEMA turns back Wal-Mart supply trucks.''
”FEMA prevents Coast Guard from delivering diesel fuel.''
“Homeland Security won't let Red Cross deliver food.''
”FEMA bars morticians from entering New Orleans.''
“FEMA blocks 500-boat citizen flotilla from delivering aid.''
”FEMA fails to utilize Navy ship with 600-bed hospital on board.''
“FEMA to Chicago: Send just one truck.''
”FEMA turns away generators.''
“FEMA first responders urged not to respond.''
Notice that the al-Qaeda suspect is supposedly an American. The next terrorist attack may be blamed on US citizens. There has been a steady stream of hate speech spewed from the likes of Fox and Limbaugh since 9/11, calling anyone who is of a life-affirming orientation a terrorist. We have been set up, and the next stage is to accuse anyone who questions Bush of being a terrorist. Sort of like the McCarthy era on steroids. There is no reason to believe the same won't happen to us, as the McCarthy machine rolled over so many US citizens.

After observation of the Bush regime's Katrina response we now know how they will respond in the event of a terrorist attack.

Also:
US can detain ‘enemy combatant' indefinitely

President George W. Bush was handed a major victory on Friday in his effort to assert sweeping presidential powers in the war on terrorism as a US appeals court upheld his authority to imprison indefinitely a US citizen captured on American soil. [...]

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