Sep 10, 2010
We are starting to see rhetoric in the media that is claerly hyping a terror attack. From escaped Al Qaeda members and the ground zero mosque, to the a recent warning from Interpol.
This raises an eyebrow and I will be the first to point out this looks very suspicious. We must remain vigilant for a new false flag attack perpetrated against the American people to further usher in the New World Order control grid police state.
DHS head Janet Napolitano had this to say:
“We can’t guarantee there won’t be another successful terrorist attack,” Napolitano will tell first responders and emergency workers. “The threats we face are evolving, and enemies like Al Qaeda and its affiliates are determined. … Today, on the eve of the ninth anniversary of the worst terrorist attack in our nation’s history, I can pledge to you this: We will do everything in our power to prevent attacks and to prepare ourselves.” Politico
The international police agency INTERPOL issued a global alert Thursday, warning there is a strong likelihood that a Florida church’s planned Koran burning to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks could trigger terror retaliation.
“If the proposed Koran burning by a pastor in the U.S. goes ahead as planned, there is a strong likelihood that violent attacks on innocent people would follow,” Interpol said in a statement.
The agency issued the alert to its 188 member countries following a request made by Pakistan’s Minister of Interior Rehman Malik to engage the world police body’s assistence in warning law inforcement around the world to be on high alert if plans to burn the holy book are carried out on Saturday’s anniversary.
“One of INTERPOL’s primary functions is to prevent crime, and given that we have been made aware of a significant threat to public safety — an assessment which we share — it is our duty to ensure that we pass this information on to law enforcement agencies around the globe so that they can take appropriate measures,” INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble said in a statement on the agency’s website.