Operation TOPOFF

Day After Report Needs Further Study

The following is a revised version of a post at: http://ca.groups.yahoo.com/group/Portland-Nuclear-Inquest/
by perkywa04

The Harvard "Day After" Report is a very disturbing document that should be brought forward to the 9/11 Truth community.
http://bcsia.ksg.harvard.edu/BCSIA_content/documents/DayAfterWorkshopReport_May2007.pdf
Please download and save this document.

This report is a blueprint for martial law "lite." The report is disturbing from the participants in this "planning" group to many of the conclusions in the report. The"technical" data is first rate and very useful.

Here are some of the things I find very disturbing about this
document.

Origins of Report:

This report was a summary of a series of planning meetings by reps from several segments of society. It was written by Ashton B. Carter and William J. Perry from Harvard and Stanford Universities. Other the other "reports" these guys have written...

− Plan B for Iran
− The U.S.-India Nuclear Deal.
− Plan B for North Korea

Why the Concern About Terror Drills

It doesn't appear to me we, in Portland,are in the clear from a false flag attack until after Operation TOPOFF, in October. The information compiled suggests an agenda for a false flag nuclear attack in Portland actually exists. (1) Thanks to Captain May, the Oregon Truth Alliance and others, there has been publicity about a false flag attack in Portland during the drills. That publicity may have saved the city. We can use the evidence we have to influence the people of Portland to be motivated to help with 9/11 Truth.

The Cheneyites created an agenda to blow up our beautiful city and massacre the people. That should make people angry enough to do something, like the draft did during the Vietnam War.

Katrina Quality Emergency Management for Oregon!

The same organization that provided emergency information management services for southern Louisiana in 2005 is now helping Oregon. Swan Island Networks is providing logistical support for Operation Noble Resolve.
http://www.swanisland.net/solutions/stories/stories_control.html
In-Depth Information Control
Problem:
Lack of confidence in information security beyond the firewall. Inability to share critical, sensitive information with partners... even though it could be extremely important to do so in critical situations.

Solution:
Louisiana Regional Command Operations Network (LA-RECON) uses Swan Island's secure caching technology to distribute sensitive information—and embargo it until an emergency.

Where:
Southern Louisiana

When:
2004 - 2005

What:
Proprietary and sensitive emergency response plans of private sector companies stored in Swan Island's secure caching system, where it could be accessed by public officials in the case of an emergency.

How:
TIES' SWARM secure caching system allows information to be stored—and locked—on many computers... ready to be used if, and only if, a major emergency occurs.