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    U.S. Terror Attack — 'Ninety Days at Most'
    Counterterrorism expert Juval Aviv spoke with FOX Fan Central about what Americans can do to protect themselves in case of a terror attack.

    Do you believe another terrorist attack is likely on American soil?


    I predict, based primarily on information that is floating in Europe and the Middle East, that an event is imminent and around the corner here in the United States. It could happen as soon as tomorrow, or it could happen in the next few months. Ninety days at the most.

    What advice do you have for individuals that have the misfortune of finding themselves in the middle of a terror attack?

    Since mass transportation is the next attack, when you travel to work have with you, a bottle of water, a small towel and a flashlight. What happened in London is exactly a point to look at. Those people who were close to the bombs died, then others were injured or died from inhaling the toxic fumes or getting trampled. The reason you take a bottle of water and a towel is that if you wet the towel and put it over your face, you can protect yourself against the fumes and get yourself out of there.

    Don't be bashful. If your gut feeling tells you when you walk onto a bus there is something unusual or suspicious, get out and walk away. You may do it 10 times for no reason, but there will be one time that saves your life. Let your sixth sense direct you.

    Try to break your routine. If you travel during rush hour every day, try to get up a little earlier and drive to work or take the train when it’s still not full. Don’t find yourself every day in the midst of rush hour. Terrorists are not going to waste a bomb on a half-empty train.

    What portion of the American infrastructure do you believe is at the greatest risk for a terror attack?

    We have put all of our emphasis, right or wrong, on the aviation area. What has happened, in the last two to three years, based on information we have, is the terrorists have realized that they cannot hijack a plane in America soon because the passengers are going to fight back. So they realize what they have been very successful with over the last 50 years in Madrid, London, Iraq, Israel: demoralizing the public when they go to work and when they come back from work.

    What they’re going to do is hit six, seven or eight cities simultaneously to show sophistication and really hit the public. This time, which is the message of the day, it will not only be big cities. They’re going to try to hit rural America. They want to send a message to rural America: "You’re not protected. If you figured out that if you just move out of New York and move to Montana or to Pittsburgh, you’re not immune. We’re going [to] get you wherever we can and it’s easier there than in New York."

    What more do you think the government can do to protect the public?

    Number one, and this is the beef I’ve had with Homeland Security for the last four years, is educating the public on how to deal with those types of events. There’s no education. We’re raising the color code alert and that means nothing to anyone. Whether it’s green, yellow, pink, no one ever educated the public how to identify suspicious items or people. In Israel, so many of them [terrorists] have been apprehended just because people have phoned in. We don’t have that training on campuses, schools or kindergarten.

    In Israel, it’s very popular right now [amongst terrorists] to put one device to explode and time another one for five minutes later when it’s all calm, people are getting up and the rescue teams have responded. You need to know all those things and think about those things. The government must pursue that. Law enforcement will never have enough people on the street to detect things. We don’t have that kind of manpower. That’s why the government must enlist the public.

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    FROM JOSEPH FARAH'S G2 BULLETIN
    Al-Qaida nukes already in U.S.
    Terrorists, bombs smuggled across Mexico border by MS-13 gangsters

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    WASHINGTON – As London recovers from the latest deadly al-Qaida attack that killed at least 50, top U.S. government officials are contemplating what they consider to be an inevitable and much bigger assault on America – one likely to kill millions, destroy the economy and fundamentally alter the course of history, reports Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

    According to captured al-Qaida leaders and documents, the plan is called the "American Hiroshima" and involves the multiple detonation of nuclear weapons already smuggled into the U.S. over the Mexican border with the help of the MS-13 street gang and other organized crime groups.



    Al-Qaida has obtained at least 40 nuclear weapons from the former Soviet Union – including suitcase nukes, nuclear mines, artillery shells and even some missile warheads. In addition, documents captured in Afghanistan show al-Qaida had plans to assemble its own nuclear weapons with fissile material it purchased on the black market.

    In addition to detonating its own nuclear weapons already planted in the U.S., military sources also say there is evidence to suggest al-Qaida is paying former Russian special forces Spetznaz to assist the terrorist group in locating nuclear weapons formerly concealed inside the U.S. by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Osama bin Laden's group is also paying nuclear scientists from Russia and Pakistan to maintain its existing nuclear arsenal and assemble additional weapons with the materials it has invested hundreds of millions in procuring over a period of 10 years.

    The plans for the devastating nuclear attack on the U.S. have been under development for more than a decade. It is designed as a final deadly blow of defeat to the U.S., which is seen by al-Qaida and its allies as "the Great Satan."

    At least half the nuclear weapons in the al-Qaida arsenal were obtained for cash from the Chechen terrorist allies.

    But the most disturbing news is that high level U.S. officials now believe at least some of those weapons have been smuggled into the U.S. for use in the near future in major cities as part of this "American Hiroshima" plan, according to an upcoming book, "The al-Qaida Connection: International Terrorism, Organized Crime and the Coming Apocalypse," by Paul L. Williams, a former FBI consultant.

    According to Williams, former CIA Director George Tenet informed President Bush one month after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that at least two suitcase nukes had reached al-Qaida operatives in the U.S.

    "Each suitcase weighed between 50 and 80 kilograms (approximately 110 to 176 pounds) and contained enough fissionable plutonium and uranium to produce an explosive yield in excess of two kilotons," wrote Williams. "One suitcase bore the serial number 9999 and the Russian manufacturing date of 1988. The design of the weapons, Tenet told the president, is simple. The plutonium and uranium are kept in separate compartments that are linked to a triggering mechanism that can be activated by a clock or a call from the cell phone."

    According to the author, the news sent Bush "through the roof," prompting him to order his national security team to give nuclear terrorism priority over every other threat to America.

    However, it is worth noting that Bush failed to translate this policy into securing the U.S.-Mexico border through which the nuclear weapons and al-Qaida operatives are believed to have passed with the help of the MS-13 smugglers. He did, however, order the building of underground bunkers away from major metropolitan areas for use by federal government managers following an attack.



    Bin Laden, according to Williams, has nearly unlimited funds to spend on his nuclear terrorism plan because he has remained in control of the Afghanistan-produced heroin industry. Poppy production has greatly increased even while U.S. troops are occupying the country, he writes. Al-Qaida has developed close relations with the Albanian Mafia, which assists in the smuggling and sale of heroin throughout Europe and the U.S.

    Some of that money is used to pay off the notorious MS-13 street gang between $30,000 and $50,000 for each sleeper agent smuggled into the U.S. from Mexico. The sleepers are also provided with phony identification, most often bogus matricula consular ID cards indistinguishable from Mexico's official ID, now accepted in the U.S. to open bank accounts and obtain driver's licenses.

    The Bush administration's unwillingness to secure the U.S.-Mexico border has puzzled and dismayed a growing number of activists and ordinary citizens who see it as the No. 1 security threat to the nation. The Minuteman organization is planning a major mobilization of thousands of Americans this fall designed to shut down the entire 2,000-mile border as it did in April with a 23-mile stretch in Arizona.

    According to Williams' sources, thousands of al-Qaida sleeper agents have now been forward deployed into the U.S. to carry out their individual roles in the coming "American Hiroshima" plan.

    Bin Laden's goal, according to the book, is to kill at least 4 million Americans, 2 million of whom must be children. Only then, bin Laden has said, would the crimes committed by America on the Arab and Muslim world be avenged.

    There is virtually no doubt among intelligence analysts al-Qaida has obtained fully assembled nuclear weapons, according to Williams. The only question is how many. Estimates range between a dozen and 70. The breathtaking news is that an undetermined number of these weapons, including suitcase bombs, mines and crude tactical nuclear weapons, have already been smuggled into the U.S. – at least some across the U.S.-Mexico border.

    The future plan, according to captured al-Qaida agents and documents, suggests the attacks will take place simultaneously in major cities throughout the country – including New York, Boston, Washington, Las Vegas, Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles.

    In response to the G2 Bulletin revelations, Chris Simcox, founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, a citizen action group demanding the U.S. government take control of its borders, said an immediate military presence on the borders is now imperative "to stop the overwhelming influx of unidentified, potentially hostile and seditious persons coming across at an alarming rate."

    "Terrorists have carte blanche to carry practically anything they want across our national line at this time," he said. "As ordinary citizens have warned this government for years, the only surprising part about the new information reported here is that nothing apocalyptic from Mexican-border weapons trafficking has yet happened. Terrorism has reared its ugly head in London again these past few days, and as we know all too well we are not immune in this country. At this point, the next attempt to attack America at home is just a matter of 'when,' not 'if.' And our unsecured borders have surely contributed to this threat – yet our government officials continue to fiddle while our nation's margin of security and safety burns away. The president and Congress had better wake up before they have to answer for another devastating terrorist incursion on our own soil."

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    While warnings need to be taken seriously...I don't listen to too much coming from FoxNews.
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    If this report is true why are we spending so much time, effort, money, and blood in Iraq? If this nightmare scenario is true, and it very well could be, why put so much effort into nation building when resources should be focused like a laser on this homeland threat?

    IMO, lets get back to the war on terror.

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    Well, I have been reminded time and again by Bush supporters that there hasn't been an attack in the United States since 9/11, a fact that proves we are winning the war on terror, so I am not concerned about this.

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    anyone who's advice consists of "trusting your 6th sense" is some sort of fanactic who doesn't really know more than anyone else.

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    Beat me to it, Paw. How can there be another attack? Bush won, right!?
    Oh yeah, not really.
    I guess if and when it does go down, it will all be the result of that pesky
    "faulty intelligence" and at least it will give us the perfect excuse to invade
    another country of our choosing.

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    oh i could have a field day with youse in here!

    More propaganda?
    what is the best part of terrorism?
    its cheap!
    make one attack every few yrs, then talk about another one everyday..its as if there is one about to happen!!
    anyone who thinks this is a neat and tidy little bedtime story needs to wake up..these people arent going away until we put them away and change their culture..that takes genrations!!
    we need to keep kicking ass in the middle east and trying to get better here,,starting with closing the fucking borders!
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    Quote Originally Posted by perticelli
    oh i could have a field day with youse in here!

    More propaganda?
    what is the best part of terrorism?
    its cheap!
    make one attack every few yrs, then talk about another one everyday..its as if there is one about to happen!!
    anyone who thinks this is a neat and tidy little bedtime story needs to wake up..these people arent going away until we put them away and change their culture..that takes genrations!!
    we need to keep kicking ass in the middle east and trying to get better here,,starting with closing the fucking borders!
    Interestin that you brought up the border prob.

    Time reported on that earlier this year as a major prob that the feds aren't lookin at. The Mexican border is a major security prob and easily the U.S.'s most vulnerable spot that nobody in the gov. pays any attention to.

    They've got limited manpower to monitor the borders. I read where one Texas rancher is constantly having to rebuild his fences cause the illegals are always tearin them down to get into the U.S. He tells the feds but they don't care.

    It's like somebody left the back door open and went on vacay, now the house is infested.

    What kind of shit is that????

    What an f'd up world we live in.
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    The problem that we have here is hypocrisy of both the Democrats and Republicans.

    Dems want to give rights to illegal alliens such as medical, drivers licenses, etc while Bush wants to allow them to get permits.

    Both are pandering to the largest minority since they need their votes.

    So we don't do anything about the border and never will.

    We also have problems here in the states with our own personal liberties. Dems don't want to renew the Patriot Act because of the lobbying of the ACLU. People don't want to give up their rights for fear of losing them. Its a double edge sword. You either give them up and maybe save lives or go with status quo and you might die in a mushroom cloud.

    Its going to happen that is for sure. Its just a matter of when. Its not a party based fault but a fault over our need for an open society.

    However I probably have more of a chance dying in my car so I am not going to let those terrorists win. Gotta live my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pasadena Murdock
    Uhhh, OKAY!!!!!!

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    90 days, huh? I'll take that action, put me down for $20.
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