terrorist threat

WeAreChangeLA’s Bruno vs. Terrorism Charges Update

Bruno’s fight for freedom continues as support from around the world rises, including support from freedom fighters like Alex Jones in this interview –  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mV0c_FO_NOY 

Plus interviews by Jack Blood, the Corbett Report and others around the world are calling for much needed financial support for Bruno’s defense fund. WeAreChange Holland created Free-Bruno.org to help raise funds and create awareness of what’s happening to Bruno throughout Europe. Bruno says that he is deeply touched and frankly surprised at how supportive the 9/11 Truth Community is being. He never expected so many people to have his back.

False flag attack imminent on Sept. 7th?

According to falseflagnews.com, a synthetic terrorist attack- or at the very least, a major terror diversion- may be imminent. Apparently, there are two extensive terror drills set to be conducted later on today: a massive flu pandemic in Virginia, as well as a Loop evacuation of about a dozen buildings in Chicago.

Unfortunately, that's not all that's happening over the next 24 hours. The next trial date regarding illegal wiretapping/surveillance is also set to take place. Anthrax or explosive gel, anyone?

And to put an exclamation point on it all, Bush came out yesterday and did the unthinkable: he actually admitted that the CIA runs secret prisons- which obviously goes against everything he said in the past, including his laughable claim, "The United States does not torture."

Is There Still a Terrorist Threat?

John Mueller, Professor of Political Science at Ohio State University and the author of "The Remnants of War", in an article at Foreign Affairs, explores the overstated nature of the terror threat. His article,
Is There Still a Terrorist Threat?, asks:

"But if it is so easy to pull off an attack and if terrorists are so demonically competent, why have they not done it? Why have they not been sniping at people in shopping centers, collapsing tunnels, poisoning the food supply, cutting electrical lines, derailing trains, blowing up oil pipelines, causing massive traffic jams, or exploiting the countless other vulnerabilities that, according to security experts, could so easily be exploited?

One reasonable explanation is that almost no terrorists exist in the United States and few have the means or the inclination to strike from abroad. But this explanation is rarely offered."

He also has a book coming out in November, called Overblown: How Politicians and the Terrorism Industry Inflate National Security Threats, and Why We Believe Them.