Tuesday, December 05, 2006

The only reason thinking a nuclear attack won't happen because it hasn't happen yet

Just recently, an al-Qaeda field commander in Afghanistan called for Muslims to leave the U.S., particularly the cities of Washington and New York. Some reports suspect that this call is a warning about a potential nuclear attack on the U.S.
These sales to al-Qaeda have been verified by a host of weapons inspectors, including Hans Blix, former director general of the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency. They were even verified by bin Laden and al-Zawahiri in their pronouncements that they have obtained a small arsenal of nuclear weapons from black-market sources. Before leaving office, Attorney General John Ashcroft and Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge both voiced that belief that al-Qaeda's plan to nuke cities throughout the country soon might come to fruition. Bill Keller, editor of The New York Times, concluded that the only reason for thinking a nuclear attack won't happen is because "it hasn't happened yet," adding that such reasoning represents "terrible logic." Kushner: Dr. Williams is on point. He carefully describes why we should take measures to deal with a potential American Hiroshima .... read it all here...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

With all do respect to the "PHD". . . and in my less than humble opinion,

Dr. Williams either an idiot or bigot and has an agenda to make most Americans scared to death of any Muslim. Do a google search and check out his background. Then, note the fact he doesn't mention that he is a man of the cloth when asked about his background in the article above. Coincidentally, he has a new book coming out in Jan.,The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World, the title of his book alone indicts 2/3 the worlds population.

He has "insider information" on the next attack every couple of months. When the time frame(if he gives one)for the attack passes and either something else seemingly unrelated happens, or nothing happens. He gives no follow up, never an explanation. He's simply playing 3card Monte using terrorists for cards and apocalyptic attacks for the coin. . . .I could go on, but this is starting to feel mean spirited.

The good Dr. W is starting to really get on my sh*t list. Bottom line: I'm not a fan of zealots. . .on either side.

That sh@t list is growing rapidly, it is really getting difficult to find a voice of reason out there, anywhere? It seems as if, the only time we ever hear from anyone these days (media or otherwise; pundits, activists, politicians, doctors, et al) they all seem to get there message confused or conjoined with corporate or personal financial interests (intentionally or not, i.e. sheehan).

So sad!