Dick Cheney Fearmongers "A Terrorist Attack Bigger Than 9/11 Will Happen Before End Of Decade"
Hot on the heels of Eric Holder's domestic terrorism task force creation, Lindsay Graham's recent diatribe of the "inevitability" of another terror attack (on the US) by Syria or Iraq, adding that "according to our own Director of National Intelligence, FBI Director, the next 9/11 is coming from here," it seems the ultimate scaremonger has decided it is his turn to stir the pot. Appearing on Hugh Hewitt's radio show, Dick Cheney explained that he "doubted" whether the US would "get through this decade" without another "massive attack on the homeland." But it's what he said after that makes Obama's NYC nukes concerns pale in comparison...
"I think there will be another attack. And the next time, I think it’s going to be far deadlier than the last one.
Imagine what would happen if somebody could smuggle a nuclear device, put it in a shipping container, and drive it down the beltway outside Washington, D.C."
Thanks, Dick. You really couldn’t make it any more obvious that a major false flag event is in the works.
Whatever is coming, it’s going to be huge. A lot of people are going to die in horrific ways. Ghastly pictures will be plastered all over the news to reinforce the awful event and make certain it is foremost in the minds of America. The Ministry of Propaganda mainstream media will diligently traumatize people like it’s their job. (Because, you know, it is.) Someone will be painted as the boogeyman and we’ll have a new enemy to hate.
And while everyone is afraid, wars of vengeance (that are actually to line the pockets of those who are already wealthy) will be declared, legislation will be written and hastily passed, and rights are going to be lost. What’s coming will make the unPatriot Act look like a wholehearted endorsement of our unalienable rights in comparison.
It’s coming... and we have to look at every event with skepticism if we wish to know the real culprit. The real terrorists are probably spending about half of their time in our nation’s capital. It doesn’t get more “homegrown” than that.
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