Saturday, February 14, 2009

Chicago False Flag?

Sear's Tower by Towpilot


"Federal officials have been pointing to Chicago and its Sears Tower as Al Qaeda targets since the original 9/11 attacks, and have repeated the threat ever since.

"In May 2006,, the government scheduled secret 9/11-type exercises in Chicago, while Chicago Mayor Daley was docked conveniently away in Israel for his first visit there.

"I sent a widely read communiqué to Illinois Governor Blagojevich as part of a successful Internet attempt to shut down the pending false flag attack: http://tekgnosis.typepad.com/tekgnosis/2006/05/ghost_troop_com.html"

False Flag Prospects, 2008 -- Top Three US Target Cities


Inside source reveals FEMA & DHS preparing for mass graves and martial law near Chicago





1 comment:

Frank said...

Excellent summing up.

One other thing -- the matter of motive might be an issue. The only serious grudge in US history is the one still being waged by the Powers That Be against the former Isolationist Capital of N. America, Chicago.

It remains true that over 80 percent of the American population was solidly anti-war right up to the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December of 1941. This fact is still an embarrassment to the establishment, almost as unspeakable to them as the rotten behavior of American troops after the war started, and the insanely high desertion rate of US troops(still disputed) during the same conflict.

Chicago comes under special scorn for the role of her newspapers and her then-thriving book publishers in keeping Americans informed and aware of what Washington was really up to.

Since Chicago's peacenik stand all those decades ago, her publishing industry is dead, her newspapers mostly gone or bought out by enemies, and her reputation as a hardscrabble working-class town is long-gone, one of the very FIRST victims of globalization.

A nuke on top of all that might come as a surprise to Homeland Security, firmly in Israeli hands, but not to Americans aware of Chicago's history as thorn in Imperial Washington's side.

A few of us will remember Chicago's heyday as nurturer of talents such as poet Carl Sandburg, any number of prairie populists, and the fact that Chicago would have made a fine national capital had Washington, DC, been decent enough to get sucked into a sinkhole around 1900 or maybe sooner.

 
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