"It may well be that the key to bolstering Western resolve is another terrorist attack like 9/11 or the London transit bombings"

"Lt.-Col. Doug Delaney, chair of the war studies program at the Royal Military College in Kingston [Ontario]" says this about bolstering morale for the "War on Terror", as reported by Andrew Chung of the Toronto Star.

It may well be that the key to bolstering Western resolve is another terrorist attack like 9/11 or the London transit bombings of two years ago, he says.

Lt.-Col. Delaney, just remember what happened in Spain after the Madrid bombings. Aznar's party was swept from office, installing the Spanish Socialist Workers Party under Zapatero. The Madrid bombing bears many of the signatures of a False Flag attack, Webster Tarpley discusses some of them here. Your fellow Canadian, David MacGregor, refers to these inspired incidents as Machiavellian State Terror.

False Flag attacks do not always have the desired effect... just sayin'.


Why military might does not always win

A new study suggests that involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan might be doomed from the outset

"It may well be that the key to bolstering Western resolve is another terrorist attack like 9/11 or the London transit bombings of two years ago"

July 08, 2007
Andrew Chung
Staff Reporter
Toronto Star

Does this sound familiar? "A war with no visible payoff against an opponent who poses no direct threat will come under increasing criticism as battle casualties rise and economic costs escalate . . . "

It was written more than 30 years ago, after the end of the ill-fated Vietnam War, in one of the first analyses of battles between states and insurgents or guerrillas who are weak in military might but pumped up on resolve. Experts call them asymmetrical wars.

But, of course, it could very well have been written today, about Iraq – or about Afghanistan, where Canadian soldiers keep dying along dusty roadsides, blown up in their armoured vehicles by improvised yet powerful bombs. Six on Easter Sunday. Three more on June 20. Another six last Wednesday.

The total number of casualties since Canada joined the Afghan mission in 2001: 66 soldiers, plus one diplomat.

Criticism is increasing. Public sentiment about the war is primarily negative, polls show. Politicians are ratcheting up their opposition. "It's the wrong mission," NDP Leader Jack Layton argued last week, insisting troops leave the war-ravaged country now. "It's not working; it's not going to accomplish the goals."


This sounds criminal to me,. .

How can a millitary official publicly call for an attack on his own country and not be tried for treason?
I think some letters to MPs is on order,. these sick deatheater war mongers will stop at nothing to continue there killing spree,. well that is how they make there living dont ya' know,. . . thouroughly disgusting.
There have been a rash of such calles in america recently,. we must show people who the real terrorist are,. How is it they dont see this for what it is,. how long can they keep their heads planted in the sand,. I know the truth is often unpleasent, however you will never change in by ignoring it!

We need to compile a list of fear-mongering terror threats

I have a thread started in my hometown paper about all of these terror threats coming from our own leaders. I am shocked they are able to say these things without being questioned by the authorities.......but then again, we all know who controls the authorities.

Here's that thread:

Here's one I found again from Dec, 2006 from Robert Pastor of the CFR:

"North American Union leader says merger just crisis away":


Robert Pastor, a leading intellectual force in the move to create an EU-style North American Community, told WND he believes a new 9/11 crisis could be the catalyst to merge the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

"What I'm saying is that a crisis is an event which can force democratic governments to make difficult decisions like those that will be required to create a North American Community," he said. "It's not that I want another 9/11 crisis, but having a crisis would force decisions that otherwise might not get made."

Our founding fathers created a system of governance that was not designed to be efficient but was designed to protect freedom. Therefore, you created checks and balances that did protect freedom but also made it difficult to move forward on important issues."

Pastor affirmed he favors globalism.

"I believe," he explained to WND, "that globalization is a net plus for the world economy, for the middle class, and for all people."

They can't explain the Mineta Testimony:

Ron Paul explains postion on 9/11 on FMNN's Pat Gorman Show - 6-21-07:

sick bastards!

sick bastards!

he is basically telling us to shut up and that the opinions of citizens are not important, we are the elite, we have the power and we know best, .... blah blah blah

thanks for posting it and yes, i agree, these 9/11 prediction / threats are happening more frequently and they are right in 'your face' about it. They do need to be colated and to be responded to.

www.V911Truth.org ...because Truth and Justice matter