Wikileaks: Al-Qaeda plotted chemical and nuclear attack on the West
Guantanamo interrogators have uncovered a determined attempt by al-Qaeda to attack Western countries using chemical or nuclear weapons, according to the top-secret files.
By Holly Watt 6:45AM BST 26 Apr 2011
One of the terrorist group’s most senior figures warned that al-Qaeda had obtained and hidden a nuclear bomb in Europe that would be detonated if Osama bin Laden was killed or captured.
Makkonen wrote:Definitely a fabrication, to distract from more important issues. And/or then used as a psy-op for something else to come along the line. "Their" standard tactic.
I'm wondering whether this Osama is even a real person. Seems more like a sim or actor(s) from the beginning. An "evil mastermind" to create a focal point or an "iconic" image of the fictional/fabricated enemy.
And all the evil actors/idiots flock to the White House (residing at the tip of a street planned pentagram) to chant. Why not Barack "photoshopically natural born citizen" Osama-Obama's signature saying while they're at it: "Thank You Satan" *cough* I mean "Yes We Can".
"We think that bin Laden 'death photo' is a fake"
http://photoblog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/20 ... -is-a-fake
"Stokes Young has been named director of multimedia at msnbc.com.
Young will manage a newly merged team handling all of msnbc.com’s video and still photography production and programming. Young has held several posts at msnbc.com, and was most recently the site’s director of video". http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/sto ... com_b22068
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — While a ready nation has been awaiting the news that Osama Bin Laden was dead…for almost ten years…no group of people have probably been more keenly observant of how the US was tracking the outlaw than those who were in the Pentagon or Twin Towers on the morning of 9-11.
Kevin Danni, who now lives in Los Angeles, was in the South Tower that fateful morning.
He was on the 61st floor when a plane slammed into the tower about 15 floors above.
Danni was one day into what was supposed to be a two-month internship.
He remembers walking out of the building calmly, when Port Authority police, on loudspeakers, were telling people the tower was secure and to go back to their normal routine.
That’s when the second plane hit. Thirty seconds later, Danni’s world turned upside down. A year ago, he also spoke to the Pasadena Star News about the day he will never forget. “It was a violent impact. It felt like an earthquake, the lights went out. We knew something terrible had happened.”
Despite all the horrors of the day, and nightmarish memories, Danni has always accentuated the positive. “I saw some unbelievable acts of heroism that day,” he says, “The firefighters who rescued us, those are guys are all heroes. It was amazing to see so many people helping each other that day.”
Tonight, he told CBS2′s Suzie Suh and Rob Schmitt that President Obama’s announcement “gave me chills.” He congratulated the president and the military on a long overdue job, well done.
Rotary Club International
Special Sept. 11 Memorial Meeting, Sept. 10, 2002
A large crowd turned out at the Sierra Madre Firehouse Tuesday morning for a special commemorative meeting held by the Sierra Madre Rotarians. The meeting opened with patriotic songs, including the national anthem, performed by members of the LaSalle High School marching band. Speakers Dan Alle, Tammy Gates, Rob Stockly, Fire Chief Roger Lowe, and Police Chief Wayne Bailey all got up and shared their thoughts about the tragedies in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania a year ago. Fire Marshall Rich Snyder gave a particularly moving talk about his reaction to the tragedies. Edda Hutson, widow of recently passed Rotarian Ron Hutson, spoke briefly, sharing briefly about Ron's truck that Rotarians have used for their events for years, and which they had wanted to sell for some time, but were never able to because there was always a Rotary event coming up that would require its use by Rotary. Edda announced that the truck had been sold, and that the proceeds from the sale of the truck were being donated to Rotary's Polio Plus program, so that Ron and his truck could continue to contribute to Rotary's fight against polio, even after their departure. While all the speakers spoke eloquently of their thoughts and reactions in the wake of the tragedy, there is one quote from Rob Stockly that I would like to share. He said that "Wisdom leads to inner strength. I think the great lesson of the American reaction to the terrorist attacks was found in the simple, brave acts of ordinary people, reaching out to others to save lives, comfort the grief stricken, and rebuild hope." Well said Rob.
The featured speaker was Rotarian Kevin Danni, who was on the 61st floor of the second tower to be hit by the commercial jetliners that were turned into weapons by the terrorists. He spoke of seeing the results of the crash for the first time, and thinking that he was seeing confetti flying through the sky, similar to that he had seen at a NY parade just a couple days earlier, only to discover it was the paper from the offices falling down to earth after the impact. He spoke of the amazing reaction that the people of the building, and the infectious desire to help, as he observed the other people in the stairwells, all reaching out to help those who had fallen, or were overwhelmed, instead of the mass hysteria one might expect in that situation. He spoke of the kindness of a New Yorker, who upon seeing him running toward the phone booth she was using, asked if he had been in the Tower, and when he said yes, and that he needed to call his mom, how she reacted by hanging up without a thought, and asking him his number and assisting him with dialing the number. And he spoke of his memory of the firefighters, who were running up the stairs to their eventual doom, all shouting words of encouragement to those on their way down, each exhorting the evacuees to "Keep going, you'll be all right, your doing great, keep it up". Here are some photos and a couple videos from the event. For some reason, we had a higher volume of unusable photos than usual today. Our apologies to those speakers whose pics didn't get posted. They were taken, they just weren't usable. And the videos are only 1 floppy disk long, so some get cut off, including the last few notes of the National Anthem, video 1. Videos 2 and 3 are of speaker Kevin Danni.
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