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San Diego Port Officer Says Nukes Have Been Found In An American Port

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This appears to be some sort of psychological mind game that certain elements of our government are using on the people, almost as if they are prepping us for the reality of a nuclear attack in America.

The Intel Hub
By Alex Thomas
February 12th, 2011

Al Hallor, the assistant port director and an officer with Customs and Border Protection has openly admitted that an unnamed government agency has found a nuclear weapon or weapon of mass effect at a U.S. port in the last year!

That’s right, an assistant port director has spilled the beans on a possible major government cover up. During the conversation the port authority press agent continually interrupted the officer in an attempt to get him to shut up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKb9AFrbRmE&feature=player_embedded

Homeland Security was quick to “debunk” the officer, citing nervousness as the reason he made such a claim. Events like this make it clear that Homeland Security is far from being about actual security, instead they are a rogue agency dedicated to ushering in the police state.

    “So, specifically, you’re looking for the dirty bomb? You’re looking for the nuclear device?” asked Blacher.

    “Correct. Weapons of mass effect,” Hallor said.”

    You ever found one?” asked Blacher.”Not at this location,” Hallor said.

    “But they have found them?” asked Blacher. ”Yes,” said Hallor.

The only thing this officer seems nervous about is telling the truth!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOaE7mGnCO0&feature=player_embedded

This is a very interesting story and we will do our best to do a major follow up in the next few days.

Are nukes and other bio weapons being smuggled into an America at an alarming rate? Has Homeland Security decided that we, the American people, do not have the right to know how much danger we are actually in?

http://theintelhub.com/2011/02/12/port-officer-says-nukes-have-been-found-in-or-near-san-diego/
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San Diego Port Officer Says Nukes Have Been Found In An American Port

Editors Note:
This appears to be some sort of psychological mind game that certain elements of our government are using on the people, almost as if they are prepping us for the reality of a nuclear attack in America.

The Intel Hub
By Alex Thomas
February 12th, 2011

Al Hallor, the assistant port director and an officer with Customs and Border Protection has openly admitted that an unnamed government agency has found a nuclear weapon or weapon of mass effect at a U.S. port in the last year!

That’s right, an assistant port director has spilled the beans on a possible major government cover up. During the conversation the port authority press agent continually interrupted the officer in an attempt to get him to shut up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKb9AFrbRmE&feature=player_embedded

Homeland Security was quick to “debunk” the officer, citing nervousness as the reason he made such a claim. Events like this make it clear that Homeland Security is far from being about actual security, instead they are a rogue agency dedicated to ushering in the police state.

    “So, specifically, you’re looking for the dirty bomb? You’re looking for the nuclear device?” asked Blacher.

    “Correct. Weapons of mass effect,” Hallor said.”

    You ever found one?” asked Blacher.”Not at this location,” Hallor said.

    “But they have found them?” asked Blacher. ”Yes,” said Hallor.

The only thing this officer seems nervous about is telling the truth!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOaE7mGnCO0&feature=player_embedded

This is a very interesting story and we will do our best to do a major follow up in the next few days.

Are nukes and other bio weapons being smuggled into an America at an alarming rate? Has Homeland Security decided that we, the American people, do not have the right to know how much danger we are actually in?

http://theintelhub.com/2011/02/12/port-officer-says-nukes-have-been-found-in-or-near-san-diego/

  How vague and stupid is this?  No name of who said it and not even the state or city this "might have happened".  Big Sis and her minions probably started this rumor.  Day after day she keeps fear in the minds of Americans.
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 How vague and stupid is this?  No name of who said it and not even the state or city this "might have happened".  Big Sis and her minions probably started this rumor.  Day after day she keeps fear in the minds of Americans.

No doubt about that.
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'Weapon of Mass Destruction Found in U.S.': Shock Confession of Customs Officer


A port official has admitted that a 'weapon of mass effect' has been found by 'partner agencies' in the U.S., raising major questions over a possible government cover-up.


The disturbing revelation came in an interview with San Diego's assistant port director screened by a television channel in the city.

The Customs and Border Protection Department tried to dampen speculation over his remarks, but doubts remained over whether he had inadvertently revealed a dirty bomb plot to attack the U.S. mainland.

San Diego 10 News -  Broadcast February 10, 2011

VIDEO AND ARTICLE HERE

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article27467.htm



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  I seriously doubt this story.  Just look at the guy---one of those 70 IQ guys that AJ always talks about--dumb cop.
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        MSM will play this up, take that back, MSM will be told to play this event to the extreme.
        FEAR tactics. 

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The story itself is a Weapon of Mass Distraction   ;)
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        MSM will play this up, take that back, MSM will be told to play this event to the extreme.
        FEAR tactics. 

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FBI: 100 Percent Chance of WMD Attack
Monday, 14 Feb 2011 06:47 PM  

By Ronald Kessler

The probability that the U.S. will be hit with a weapons of mass destruction attack at some point is 100 percent, Dr. Vahid Majidi, the FBI’s assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate, tells Newsmax.

Such an attack could be launched by foreign terrorists, lone wolves who are terrorists, or even by criminal elements, Majidi says. It would most likely employ chemical, biological, or radiological weapons rather than a nuclear device.

As it is, Majidi says, American intelligence picks up hundreds of reports each year of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD. When American forces invaded Afghanistan, they found that al-Qaida was working on what Majidi calls a “nascent” weapons of mass destruction effort involving chemical and biological weapons.

In every other case so far, the reports of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD have turned out to be unfounded. However, Majidi’s directorate within the FBI investigates more than a dozen cases in the U.S. each year where there was intent to use WMD.

Read more on Newsmax.com: FBI: 100 Percent Chance of WMD Attack
http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/zawahiri-weapons-mass-destruction/2011/02/14/id/386055?s=al&promo_code=BAC8-1
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Re: Psychological Warfare on The American People to Create Fear of "WMD Attack"
« Reply #10 on: February 15, 2011, 02:17:09 PM »
The probability that the U.S. will be hit with a weapons of mass destruction attack at some point is 100 percent, Dr. Vahid Majidi, the FBI’s assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate, tells Newsmax.

And that, of course, means the psychopathic robber barons who've hijacked our government are planning to launch yet another FALSE FLAG terror attack, that way the American people will beg the very terrorists who've attacked them to finish turning America into a high-tech version of Nazi Germany:

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29C_KNZ7RNs (Problem-Reaction-Solution)

    

This is why Alex Jones' Terrorstorm must be seen by as many people as possible as soon as possible:

       http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6885277369482418431
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Re: Psychological Warfare on The American People to Create Fear of "WMD Attack"
« Reply #11 on: February 15, 2011, 02:33:44 PM »
They're right:  "Weapons of Mass Effect"  The MSM, definitely tries, no doubt!
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Psychotic Iranian FBI agent terrorizes US: "100% Chance of WMD Attack in US"
« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2011, 01:21:28 AM »
FBI: 100 Percent Chance of WMD Attack citing Underwear and Time Square bombers as examples
By Ronald Kessler

The probability that the U.S. will be hit with a weapons of mass destruction attack at some point is 100 percent, Dr. Vahid Majidi, the FBI’s assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate, tells Newsmax.

Such an attack could be launched by foreign terrorists, lone wolves who are terrorists, or even by criminal elements, Majidi says. It would most likely employ chemical, biological, or radiological weapons rather than a nuclear device.

As it is, Majidi says, American intelligence picks up hundreds of reports each year of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD. When American forces invaded Afghanistan, they found that al-Qaida was working on what Majidi calls a “nascent” weapons of mass destruction effort involving chemical and biological weapons.

In every other case so far, the reports of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD have turned out to be unfounded. However, Majidi’s directorate within the FBI investigates more than a dozen cases in the U.S. each year where there was intent to use WMD.

For example, in 2008, the FBI arrested Roger Bergendorff, who was found to have ricin and anarchist literature. Ricin kills cells by inhibiting protein synthesis. Within several days, the liver, spleen, and kidneys of a person who inhales or ingests ricin stop working, resulting in death.

“The notion of probability of a WMD attack being low or high is a moot point because we know the probability is 100 percent,” Majidi says. “We’ve seen this in the past, and we will see it in the future. There is going to be an attack using chemical, biological or radiological material.”

Even a WMD attack that does not kill a great number of people would have a crushing psychological impact.

“A singular lone wolf individual can do things in the dark of the night with access to a laboratory with low quantities of material and could hurt a few people but create a devastating effect on the American psyche,” Majidi says.

As described by Majidi, who was previously the chemistry division leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory, the WMD Directorate was established in 2006 to coordinate all elements of the FBI that deal with WMD cases.

Regarding a subject that is full of hype and misinformation, it is rare for an official who is an expert in the field and has full access to current classified information to talk about it for publication.

Majidi says the kind of threat that keeps him awake at night is one from a lone wolf. That’s because the FBI, along with the CIA and foreign partners, has developed a number of ways to detect plots by al-Qaida and other foreign terrorists. Besides intercepting their communications and infiltrating their organizations, the FBI gets reports when people purchase materials that could be used in a WMD attack. These techniques are known as trip wires.

For my book “The Terrorist Watch: Inside the Desperate Race to Stop the Next Attack,” Arthur M. “Art” Cummings II, who headed FBI counterterrorism and counterintelligence investigations, gave an example of the FBI’s use of trip wires.

When the FBI got a report of a man buying chemicals that could be used for explosives, it investigated. In this case, it would have been easy to dismiss the purchases as innocent, since the man was buying the supplies from a swimming pool company, and his business shipped pool supplies.

“That explanation wasn’t good enough,” Cummings says. “It’s not OK to say, It looks like pool supplies, we’re done. You don’t finish there. Who at the pool company, specifically, did he buy them from? What specifically was the transaction, and what happened from there? Is it a friend; is it an associate; is it somebody who wants to do us harm? There was a day we would have said, It’s a commercial transaction, don’t worry about it. Each and every lead is followed all the way down to the most minute detail.”

Majidi says three agents from his directorate have been assigned to FBI offices overseas — known as legal attaché offices or legats — in countries like Georgia to work with foreign intelligence authorities on possible attacks.

Currently, Majidi is working to develop ways to detect development of new organisms that could be used in a biological attack. By definition, there would be no way to detect a new organism or to develop an antidote before it is unleashed.

“We are not sitting on our hands waiting to predict what will happen based on what happened yesterday,” Majidi says. As an example, he says, “You can design an organism de novo that never existed before. While there is no known articulated threat, this is something that we feel is a technology or science that potentially can be misused, either accidentally or on purpose.”

The FBI is working with the synthetic biology community to develop ways to zero in on any hint that someone could be developing such an organism that could become a threat.

“We’re not there to stop the science but to integrate our activities within their portfolio so that when the threat does develop or may develop over a long arc of time, we are ahead of those issues,” Majidi explains.

Majidi says the most remote threat is an attack with a nuclear device. A terrorist bent on detonating a nuclear weapon would have to successfully negotiate a series of steps, Majidi says. He would have to find an expert with the right knowledge. He would have to find the right material. He would have to bring the device into the country, and he would have to evade detection programs.

“While the net probability is incredibly low, a 10 kiloton device would be of enormous consequence,” Majidi says. “So even with those enormously low probabilities, we still have to have a very effective and integrated approach trying to fight the possibility.”

Experts are constantly being quoted with estimates of the amount of enriched uranium that could be unaccounted for from Soviet Union stockpiles and could be used to make nuclear weapons. Majidi says no one knows the actual amount.

“I know there is a hobby of guessing, and different folks give you a different number,” he says. “All I can tell you is that from the interdictions that we have had in the past decade, the quantities have been sufficient of highly enriched uranium that I clearly worry about this material on a global scale. How much is there? Any amount is too much.”

A terrorist who stole a nuclear weapon from a country that has one would have an easier time than if he tried to make one. “One of the things you have to understand is that nuclear markets are very ambiguous markets,” Majidi says. “There are as many bad guys trying to sell material as there are good guys trying to make sure that that doesn’t happen.”

While terrorists talk about using WMD, the preferred method for attack so far has been explosives. Majidi cites two examples: the Christmas Day bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian citizen who boarded a Northwest Airlines flight to Detroit on Dec. 25, 2009, and tried to detonate explosives sewn into his underwear; and the Times Square bomber, Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani immigrant who attempted to set off a car bomb in Times Square.

“While all of these guys are still interested in potentially using chemical, biological, or radiological weapons wherever it is possible, the pragmatic approach that they have taken is to use what has worked for them best, which is various forms of explosives and improvised explosives,” Majidi says.

“The latest round is concealing explosives coming through the commercial shipping environment,” Majidi notes. “That brings to the fore the fact that explosives are something that we’re not going to get away from any time soon. It’s the modality that is most often preferred by a pragmatic adversary.”

Given the sensitivity and complexity of the subject, Majidi says he tries to present all the issues in context: “One of my jobs is to make sure I put all of these things in an appropriate light, because if you were in my job you would see that everyone always tries to elevate things to a tremendous level.”

Of one thing Majidi is sure: “There’s a probability of 100 percent that a WMD event will happen.”


FBI Official Sees 100% Likelihood of WMD Strike on U.S.
http://www.globalsecuritynewswire.org/gsn/nw_20110217_8935.php

Chance of WMD attack on U.S. seen as 100 percent
http://www.bioprepwatch.com/news/233255-chance-of-wmd-attack-on-us-seen-as-100-percent


So, be prepared for that false flag. Coming soon care of your loving FBI to a neighborhood near you.  >:(
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WHY ISN'T THIS RADICAL ANTI-GOVERNMENT TERRORIST UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR PUSHING HIS FIBER OPTICS SURVEILLANCE AGENDA BY SCARING THE LIVING CRAP OUT OF OUR GOVERNMENT?

OH YEAH...DR. VAHID MAJIDI IS IN IT FOR THE MONEY...



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The Deputy Attorney General named Doctor Vahid Majidi, Chief Science Advisor for the Department of Justice (DOJ) in February 2003. Dr. Majidi is on a detail to the Department from the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in New Mexico. Dr. Majidi is responsible for coordinating science and technology policy among the Department's component agencies and with state and local law enforcement entities. He also serves as a Department liaison to the scientific community.

Dr. Majidi earned his BS degree in chemistry from Eastern Michigan University and his PhD degree from Wayne State University. After his graduate work, Dr. Majidi spent two years as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Texas (Austin).

Prior to his assignment at DOJ, Dr. Majidi was the Group Leader for Actinide Analytical Chemistry Group (C-AAC) at Los Alamos. The Group's main objectives were to serve the laboratory in national security and the nuclear materials characterization arena. Specifically, the Group provided specialized chemical analysis for the pit manufacturing, 238-heat source, MOX (mixed Pu/U oxides), surveillance, and ARIES (nuclear material recovery) programs. Research efforts were concentrated on development of new technologies for materials characterization, development of in-situ sensors, fiber-optic based analysis and process analytical chemistry for the intelligence community.

Dr. Majidi was also the Group Leader for Analytical Chemistry Sciences Group at LANL. This Group was responsible for evaluating biological and environmental samples to ensure that LANL was compliant with all legal requirements established by EPA, New Mexico Environmental Department, and OSHA. Research efforts were concentrated on development of new technologies for biological detection, hand-held sensor platforms, biological mass spectrometry, process analytical instrumentation and real-time analyzers.

Dr. Majidi was a tenured associate professor at the University of Kentucky where he conducted research on laser-based techniques, gas phase chemistry, and solid substrates from 1989-1996.
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Professor Vahid Majidi was born in 1961 in Iran and came to USA as a high school student in 1979 only 18 years old when his parents fled during the fall of the Shah.

Vahid Majidi, is the FBI's assistant director for the Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate. He's a chemist, most recently chief chemist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and the FBI's representative to the IND Steering Group that Rolf chairs.

The Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate is responsible for coordinating and managing the FBI's resources, activities and investigations involving Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD's).

Specific accountability encompasses developing and executing an integrated approach to deny and protect access to WMD materials and technologies, to prevent WMD attacks, and to respond to WMD threats and incidents.
He's also the highest-ranking Iranian at the FBI and among the highest ranking in the U.S. government

"So I say to her, how do you mean?" he said, recounting the conversation. "Well, you being born in Iran and now running the WMD program. I said, 'To be honest with you, I never thought about it that way. For the past ten years, I was helping to make nuclear weapons. Now I have to make sure we stop them." which has an astonishing paucity of followers of Islam in its upper reaches. He went to colleges in America, taught chemistry at a few, and now heads the FBI's efforts in the most contentious area of America's relations with the Muslim world. his daughter, a precocious ten-year-old, recently asked him if he thought this was "ironic"?

http://hamsafar.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64:pro-vahid-majidi&catid=37:iranians&Itemid=4
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Psychotic Iranian FBI agent terrorizes US: "100% Chance of WMD Attack in US"
« Reply #15 on: February 18, 2011, 08:31:04 AM »
Professor Vahid Majidi was born in 1961 in Iran and came to USA as a high school student in 1979 only 18 years old when his parents fled during the fall of the Shah.

Vahid Majidi, is the FBI's assistant director for the Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate. He's a chemist, most recently chief chemist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and the FBI's representative to the IND Steering Group that Rolf chairs.

The Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate is responsible for coordinating and managing the FBI's resources, activities and investigations involving Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD's).

Specific accountability encompasses developing and executing an integrated approach to deny and protect access to WMD materials and technologies, to prevent WMD attacks, and to respond to WMD threats and incidents.
He's also the highest-ranking Iranian at the FBI and among the highest ranking in the U.S. government

"So I say to her, how do you mean?" he said, recounting the conversation. "Well, you being born in Iran and now running the WMD program. I said, 'To be honest with you, I never thought about it that way. For the past ten years, I was helping to make nuclear weapons. Now I have to make sure we stop them." which has an astonishing paucity of followers of Islam in its upper reaches. He went to colleges in America, taught chemistry at a few, and now heads the FBI's efforts in the most contentious area of America's relations with the Muslim world. his daughter, a precocious ten-year-old, recently asked him if he thought this was "ironic"?

http://hamsafar.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64:pro-vahid-majidi&catid=37:iranians&Itemid=4

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YOU CANNOT MAKE THIS SHIT UP!
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FBI: 100 Percent Chance of WMD Attack citing Underwear and Time Square bombers as examples
By Ronald Kessler

The probability that the U.S. will be hit with a weapons of mass destruction attack at some point is 100 percent, Dr. Vahid Majidi, the FBI’s assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate, tells Newsmax.

Such an attack could be launched by foreign terrorists, lone wolves who are terrorists, or even by criminal elements, Majidi says. It would most likely employ chemical, biological, or radiological weapons rather than a nuclear device.

As it is, Majidi says, American intelligence picks up hundreds of reports each year of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD. When American forces invaded Afghanistan, they found that al-Qaida was working on what Majidi calls a “nascent” weapons of mass destruction effort involving chemical and biological weapons.

In every other case so far, the reports of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD have turned out to be unfounded. However, Majidi’s directorate within the FBI investigates more than a dozen cases in the U.S. each year where there was intent to use WMD.

For example, in 2008, the FBI arrested Roger Bergendorff, who was found to have ricin and anarchist literature. Ricin kills cells by inhibiting protein synthesis. Within several days, the liver, spleen, and kidneys of a person who inhales or ingests ricin stop working, resulting in death.

“The notion of probability of a WMD attack being low or high is a moot point because we know the probability is 100 percent,” Majidi says. “We’ve seen this in the past, and we will see it in the future. There is going to be an attack using chemical, biological or radiological material.”

Even a WMD attack that does not kill a great number of people would have a crushing psychological impact.

“A singular lone wolf individual can do things in the dark of the night with access to a laboratory with low quantities of material and could hurt a few people but create a devastating effect on the American psyche,” Majidi says.

As described by Majidi, who was previously the chemistry division leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory, the WMD Directorate was established in 2006 to coordinate all elements of the FBI that deal with WMD cases.

Regarding a subject that is full of hype and misinformation, it is rare for an official who is an expert in the field and has full access to current classified information to talk about it for publication.

Majidi says the kind of threat that keeps him awake at night is one from a lone wolf. That’s because the FBI, along with the CIA and foreign partners, has developed a number of ways to detect plots by al-Qaida and other foreign terrorists. Besides intercepting their communications and infiltrating their organizations, the FBI gets reports when people purchase materials that could be used in a WMD attack. These techniques are known as trip wires.

For my book “The Terrorist Watch: Inside the Desperate Race to Stop the Next Attack,” Arthur M. “Art” Cummings II, who headed FBI counterterrorism and counterintelligence investigations, gave an example of the FBI’s use of trip wires.

When the FBI got a report of a man buying chemicals that could be used for explosives, it investigated. In this case, it would have been easy to dismiss the purchases as innocent, since the man was buying the supplies from a swimming pool company, and his business shipped pool supplies.

“That explanation wasn’t good enough,” Cummings says. “It’s not OK to say, It looks like pool supplies, we’re done. You don’t finish there. Who at the pool company, specifically, did he buy them from? What specifically was the transaction, and what happened from there? Is it a friend; is it an associate; is it somebody who wants to do us harm? There was a day we would have said, It’s a commercial transaction, don’t worry about it. Each and every lead is followed all the way down to the most minute detail.”

Majidi says three agents from his directorate have been assigned to FBI offices overseas — known as legal attaché offices or legats — in countries like Georgia to work with foreign intelligence authorities on possible attacks.

Currently, Majidi is working to develop ways to detect development of new organisms that could be used in a biological attack. By definition, there would be no way to detect a new organism or to develop an antidote before it is unleashed.

“We are not sitting on our hands waiting to predict what will happen based on what happened yesterday,” Majidi says. As an example, he says, “You can design an organism de novo that never existed before. While there is no known articulated threat, this is something that we feel is a technology or science that potentially can be misused, either accidentally or on purpose.”

The FBI is working with the synthetic biology community to develop ways to zero in on any hint that someone could be developing such an organism that could become a threat.

“We’re not there to stop the science but to integrate our activities within their portfolio so that when the threat does develop or may develop over a long arc of time, we are ahead of those issues,” Majidi explains.

Majidi says the most remote threat is an attack with a nuclear device. A terrorist bent on detonating a nuclear weapon would have to successfully negotiate a series of steps, Majidi says. He would have to find an expert with the right knowledge. He would have to find the right material. He would have to bring the device into the country, and he would have to evade detection programs.

“While the net probability is incredibly low, a 10 kiloton device would be of enormous consequence,” Majidi says. “So even with those enormously low probabilities, we still have to have a very effective and integrated approach trying to fight the possibility.”

Experts are constantly being quoted with estimates of the amount of enriched uranium that could be unaccounted for from Soviet Union stockpiles and could be used to make nuclear weapons. Majidi says no one knows the actual amount.

“I know there is a hobby of guessing, and different folks give you a different number,” he says. “All I can tell you is that from the interdictions that we have had in the past decade, the quantities have been sufficient of highly enriched uranium that I clearly worry about this material on a global scale. How much is there? Any amount is too much.”

A terrorist who stole a nuclear weapon from a country that has one would have an easier time than if he tried to make one. “One of the things you have to understand is that nuclear markets are very ambiguous markets,” Majidi says. “There are as many bad guys trying to sell material as there are good guys trying to make sure that that doesn’t happen.”

While terrorists talk about using WMD, the preferred method for attack so far has been explosives. Majidi cites two examples: the Christmas Day bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian citizen who boarded a Northwest Airlines flight to Detroit on Dec. 25, 2009, and tried to detonate explosives sewn into his underwear; and the Times Square bomber, Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani immigrant who attempted to set off a car bomb in Times Square.

“While all of these guys are still interested in potentially using chemical, biological, or radiological weapons wherever it is possible, the pragmatic approach that they have taken is to use what has worked for them best, which is various forms of explosives and improvised explosives,” Majidi says.

“The latest round is concealing explosives coming through the commercial shipping environment,” Majidi notes. “That brings to the fore the fact that explosives are something that we’re not going to get away from any time soon. It’s the modality that is most often preferred by a pragmatic adversary.”

Given the sensitivity and complexity of the subject, Majidi says he tries to present all the issues in context: “One of my jobs is to make sure I put all of these things in an appropriate light, because if you were in my job you would see that everyone always tries to elevate things to a tremendous level.”

Of one thing Majidi is sure: “There’s a probability of 100 percent that a WMD event will happen.”


FBI Official Sees 100% Likelihood of WMD Strike on U.S.
http://www.globalsecuritynewswire.org/gsn/nw_20110217_8935.php

Chance of WMD attack on U.S. seen as 100 percent
http://www.bioprepwatch.com/news/233255-chance-of-wmd-attack-on-us-seen-as-100-percent


So, be prepared for that false flag. Coming soon care of your loving FBI to a neighborhood near you.  >:(

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They can't, because we know their playbook.  This is their playbook --6 years before 9/11:

The End of the Nation State

The views of Carl H. Builder, a senior analyst at the RAND corporation are typical of those whose vision of an RMA highlights the political, social, and economic factors at play worldwide which are likely to lead to the need for completely different types and organizations for the application of military force in the future.(6) According to Builder, in the future, ethnicity, theology, and special interests will dominate the current role of geography, nationalism, and political ideology in producing conflicts. The characteristics of this emerging world are as follows: The relative power of the nation state is declining, while the powers of business, advocacy, criminal, cultural and ethnic special interest groups are increasing. The ability of nations to control the flow of information, commodities and people is declining, while people are becoming more responsive to global events and opportunities. In addition, military weaponry is diffusing beyond the control of governments. The world created will be one in which conflict will be more frequent and more disaggregated. As a result, for the foreseeable future the most challenging situations facing the American military will be lesser conflicts and crises that demand aerial reconnaissance capabilities, rather than capabilities to fight for air supremacy, for constabulary duty rather than armored combat, and for the evacuation by sea of non-combatants rather than control of the high seas.

To deal with this world, Builder would give more emphasis to support forces rather than combat forces. As a result, support responsibilities would transfer from reserve personnel to active duty troops. The capability to undertake what Builder calls constabulary activities to prevent the use of the air, land, or sea would be greatly enhanced. This would be a change in emphasis from the current "big-war" focus of the military. Finally, according to Builder, the size of forces would shrink, but the diversity of capabilities would increase. The number of personnel in activities such as military transport, intelligence, communications, surveillance, military police, civil engineering, and psychological operations would grow while mainstream forces would be reduced.

Another observer, sharing Builder's basic viewpoint on the decline of the nation state, the nature of the emerging international (dis)order, and the different types of forces likely to be needed to deal with that disorder, claims that there is no compelling need today to purchase any additional bombers, submarines, or tanks except to preserve the industrial base.(7) From his perspective, the principal threats that the U.S. military will have to face in the near future will involve dealing with stateless international terrorist and criminal organizations. Dealing with these "wholly unprincipled," non-traditional opponents will involve different doctrines, weapons, and organizations than those presently subsumed under the technology-driven RMA rubric.

The consequences of accepting this view of the RMA are far-reaching. As Builder notes, the structure of the entire U.S. military would be very different. In essence, the focus of attention would change from relatively small, highly sophisticated, technologically advanced forces and organizations, to larger organizations carrying out operations at a generally lower level of sophistication. The concept of "victory" in conflicts involving these larger organizations would most likely be less clear and take more time than a conflict with a smaller, rapid-tempo, advanced technology force.

A System of Systems

The second -- and largest -- group of analysts dealing with the concept of an RMA focuses on rapidly changing technical capabilities as the major elements of a potential RMA. One of the current difficulties in the debate among members of this group has been the lack of a single definition of the component elements of the RMA and disagreement over the importance of new doctrine and organizations in carrying out the revolution.

Admiral William Owens, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, identifies three overlapping areas. ( 8 ) These are 1) intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, 2) command, control, communications and intelligence processing, and 3) precision force. Owens sets out a number of weapons systems already in or entering U.S. military inventories. These appear on the following page. This approach allows Owens to describe the situation in terms of the creation of "a system of systems." By doing so, he is able to draw attention to the interaction of all of these capabilities. Differing from some participants in the debate, Admiral Owens sees this RMA as coming into existence in the near future.

A variant of this basic position is that there will not be a single RMA, but, because of the rapid pace of technological change, there will be a series of almost continuous revolutions.(9)

Not separately discussed by Owens -- but in fact subsumed in the system of systems idea -- is another set of categories that have been proposed as the major contributing elements to an RMA. These categories include information warfare, space, stealth, and advanced computer technologies, including more sophisticated sensors and more realistic modeling and simulation. This group also appears on the following page.

PROPOSED ELEMENTS OF CURRENT RMA(10)
ADMIRAL OWENS' SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS

Weapons or Systems In or Entering U.S. Military Service

ISR
Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance

C4I
Command, Control, Computer Applications, Communications, Intelligence Processing

Precision Force

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  Thanks A_I.  They don't need to change the playbook because the sheep haven't a clue.
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Re: Psychological Warfare on The American People to Create Fear of "WMD Attack"
« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2011, 09:50:27 AM »
This was written in 1995!
The concept of Al Qaeda was defined right here....


From his perspective, the principal threats that the U.S. military will have to face in the near future will involve dealing with stateless international terrorist and criminal organizations. Dealing with these "wholly unprincipled," non-traditional opponents will involve different doctrines, weapons, and organizations than those presently subsumed under the technology-driven RMA rubric.

The consequences of accepting this view of the RMA are far-reaching. As Builder notes, the structure of the entire U.S. military would be very different. In essence, the focus of attention would change from relatively small, highly sophisticated, technologically advanced forces and organizations, to larger organizations carrying out operations at a generally lower level of sophistication.


The "war on terror" was part of the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA): it was a PRODUCT of RMA; a manifestation of the RMA.

The RMA is the Cybernetic evolution of the military. The military has become "Al Qaeda" - the replacement for the cold war. Create the terror, then respond to the terror with a new paradigm of small groups of contractors that can leverage large forces to become the new threat. Self-perpetuating feedback loop created (the cybernetic feedback loop) - create the terror - get the funding - get the technology - surveillance economy booms - create more terror, repeat.

 RMA is about full spectrum dominance. Taking over. It is the paradigm they needed to transform the military to be a global conquering force, using "stateless international terrorist and criminal organizations" as the rationale.  But they don't stop with fake terrorism; they've moved on to staging fake revolutions: we see this happening in Egypt and Tunisia.  They are able to achieve the same 'shock and awe' goals of command and control by using a fake revolution and instead of the asymmetric 'terrorist' threat, the revolutions are made to appear as if they are being done at the grassroots level.  The RMA goal is achieved by effectively using social networking to gain public acceptance. Psychological manipulation via social networking tools with controlled information (they own the networks), in addition to the controlled media (they own the media) - gets them the compliance they need in a faster and more transparent way.
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Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren,  ye have done it unto me.

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Re: Psychological Warfare on The American People to Create Fear of "WMD Attack"
« Reply #20 on: February 18, 2011, 12:05:05 PM »
Remember that the Neocons (PNAC, AEI, Pentagon cell- OSP, set up to propagandize the lies to get the public behind the war) also pulled this WMD stunt (of course there were none) when they coerced Bush into preemptively attacking Iraq, the first such war in their Axis of Evil. This video tells you where they plan to go next.


Iraq War & Neocon 'Idea Testing' - Part 1 of 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USD5j-1TbJw

Iraq War & Neocon 'Idea Testing' - Part 2 of 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqUmUbVH31w

Iraq War & Neocon Beliefs & 911 - Part 3 of 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyuNpbvwZ6Y


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Another Psychotic Fearmonger: Destructive cyber attack inevitable - NSA chief
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Destructive cyber attack inevitable: NSA chief
http://www.activistpost.com/2011/02/destructive-cyber-attack-inevitable-nsa.html



SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) - The US National Security Agency (NSA) chief on Thursday urged top computer security specialists to harden the nation's critical infrastructure against inevitable destructive cyber attacks.

"This is an important time," NSA and Cyber Command director Gen. Keith Alexander said during a presentation at a premier RSA Conference in San Francisco.

"Most of the destructive tools being developed haven't been used; we need to use this window of opportunity to develop defenses."

Two days earlier, Deputy Secretary of Defense William Lynn gave a similar warning, saying the capability clearly exists for malicious software to cause real-world damage at power plants, water supplies and other vital points.

"Few weapons in the history of warfare, once created, have gone unused," Lynn said during a speech at RSA.

"It is possible to imagine attacks on military networks or critical infrastructure-like our transportation system and energy sector-that cause severe economic damage, physical destruction, or even loss of life."

Last month, Russia called on NATO to track down the culprits behind a Stuxnet computer worm that targeted a Russian-built Iranian nuclear power plant, saying the incident could have triggered a new Chernobyl.

Secure military networks will matter little if power grid cuts or other government systems are disabled by cyber attacks, according to Lynn.

He called for extending military computer defenses to privately held parts of the infrastructure key to the nation functioning.

"During a natural disaster, like a hurricane, military troops and helicopters are often used by FEMA to help deliver relief," Lynn said.

"In a similar vein, the military's cyber capabilities will be available to civilian leaders to help protect the networks that support government operations and critical infrastructure."

Private operations that the government wants to guard include companies that supply defense department equipment, according to Alexander.

He argued that the military network's "secure zone" needed to be extended to all critical resources in partnerships with the private sector.

Alexander maintained that national security agents and the computer wizards running company networks could work together without infringing on people's rights.

"I believe we have the talent to build cyber security that protects our civil liberties and privacy," he said. "We can and must do both."

Alexander added that the nation's security depended on the education of coming generations as well as today's software and hardware innovations.

"Our nation needs to push science, technology, engineering and mathematics," Alexander said. "It is absolutely vital to our future."

As in past years at the annual RSA gathering, US defense officials called on computer security specialists to help them keep the nation safe.

"Securing our nation's networks is a team sport," Alexander said. "We need your help."

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FBI: 100 Percent Chance of WMD Attack
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FBI: 100 Percent Chance of WMD Attack



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By Ronald Kessler

The probability that the U.S. will be hit with a weapons of mass destruction attack at some point is 100 percent, Dr. Vahid Majidi, the FBI’s assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate, tells Newsmax.

Such an attack could be launched by foreign terrorists, lone wolves who are terrorists, or even by criminal elements, Majidi says. It would most likely employ chemical, biological, or radiological weapons rather than a nuclear device.

zawahiri,weapons,mass,destruction,fbi,kessler,wmd,chemical,biological,dirty,bomb,nuclearAs it is, Majidi says, American intelligence picks up hundreds of reports each year of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD. When American forces invaded Afghanistan, they found that al-Qaida was working on what Majidi calls a “nascent” weapons of mass destruction effort involving chemical and biological weapons.

In every other case so far, the reports of foreign terrorists obtaining WMD have turned out to be unfounded. However, Majidi’s directorate within the FBI investigates more than a dozen cases in the U.S. each year where there was intent to use WMD.

For example, in 2008, the FBI arrested Roger Bergendorff, who was found to have ricin and anarchist literature. Ricin kills cells by inhibiting protein synthesis. Within several days, the liver, spleen, and kidneys of a person who inhales or ingests ricin stop working, resulting in death.

“The notion of probability of a WMD attack being low or high is a moot point because we know the probability is 100 percent,” Majidi says. “We’ve seen this in the past, and we will see it in the future. There is going to be an attack using chemical, biological or radiological material.”

Even a WMD attack that does not kill a great number of people would have a crushing psychological impact.

“A singular lone wolf individual can do things in the dark of the night with access to a laboratory with low quantities of material and could hurt a few people but create a devastating effect on the American psyche,” Majidi says.

As described by Majidi, who was previously the chemistry division leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory, the WMD Directorate was established in 2006 to coordinate all elements of the FBI that deal with WMD cases.

Regarding a subject that is full of hype and misinformation, it is rare for an official who is an expert in the field and has full access to current classified information to talk about it for publication.

Majidi says the kind of threat that keeps him awake at night is one from a lone wolf. That’s because the FBI, along with the CIA and foreign partners, has developed a number of ways to detect plots by al-Qaida and other foreign terrorists. Besides intercepting their communications and infiltrating their organizations, the FBI gets reports when people purchase materials that could be used in a WMD attack. These techniques are known as trip wires.

For my book “The Terrorist Watch: Inside the Desperate Race to Stop the Next Attack,” Arthur M. “Art” Cummings II, who headed FBI counterterrorism and counterintelligence investigations, gave an example of the FBI’s use of trip wires.

When the FBI got a report of a man buying chemicals that could be used for explosives, it investigated. In this case, it would have been easy to dismiss the purchases as innocent, since the man was buying the supplies from a swimming pool company, and his business shipped pool supplies.

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http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/zawahiri-weapons-mass-destruction/2011/02/14/id/386055

http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/zawahiri-weapons-mass-destruction/2011/02/14/id/386055