South Carolina....the Next "Terrorist" Target?
1. On September 11, 2001, it just so happens that the CIA was planning to run a 'training exercise' on that very same morning. The 'training exercise' was intended to simulate the crashing of a small jet plane into one of the CIA's own buildings near Dulles Airport. (Isn't that where Flight 77 took off from?)
You might not remember this "amazing coincidence" because the major media outlets only mentioned this story in quick passing. It did, however make the front page of the USA Today.
2. On July 7, 2005, in London, it just so happens that Visor Consultants, a British consultant company with government and police connections, was running an 'exercise' for an unnamed company. The 'exercise' revolved around the London Underground being bombed at the exact same times and locations as happened in real life on the morning of July 7th. Of course, this amazing coincidence has hardly been covered in the major media outlets. But this very fact was revealed on a BBC Radio 5 interview that aired on the evening of the 7th. The host interviewed Peter Power, Managing Director of Visor Consultants, and here is what he said. (.mp3 file). It was also reported in the Toronto Free Press.
Oh yeah, it just so happens that the July 7 bombings in London were in fact, nearly simultaneous, just like the 'exercise'.
Take a deep breath now.....
3. On June 29, 2005, the United States Northern Command (Northcom) issued a press release stating that the Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) will be conducting a 'training exercise' in August of 2005. What kind of 'training exercise' you might be asking? How about an 'exercise' wherein:
"A seafaring vessel transporting a 10-kiloton nuclear warhead makes its way into a port off the coast of Charleston, S.C. Terrorists aboard the ship attempt to smuggle the warhead off the ship to detonate it."Go to Northcom's Website for the press release.
Considering how 'training exercises' seem to have a knack for coincidentally turning into alleged terrorist attacks, maybe its a good idea if we pass this along to more people. Better to be safe than sorry, in my view.