Wake up America

Bush is not levelling with Americans. He is unwilling to tell them how bad things are and how aggressive the enemy is. If he did, he would have to do something about it. Russia and Iran are bringing about the defeat of the US in Iraq just as the US, Saudi Arabia and Iran brought about the defeat of the USSR in Afghanistan.

American Thinker has an article by Dave Gaubatz titled Sleeper Cells in the United States and Canada.

Not only does he expect these sleeper cells to be activated, he had other important things to say.

He was posted in a US air base in Saudi Arabia prior to invasion of Iraq. “It was most important the Saudis did not know we were leaving the compound because they had forbidden us to do so.” He advises that the Saudis were collecting intelligence on the US and transmitting it to Iraq

The Saudi Intelligence officers were visibly frightened about a potential chemical, biological, or nuclear attack and expressed their fears. This was my first confirmation Saddam Hussein still had WMD material and the capability to use them.

While in Iraq we determined the following:

    1. Russian activity in Iraq had been rampant several months prior to the war and up until the day before the invasion.

    2. Iranians were infiltrating southern Iraq by the thousands and were preparing to assist insurgents in removing U.S. forces from Iraq.

    3. We found numerous pieces of evidence indicating WMD were in Iraq before the war began and some were still in Iraq.

    4. I and other agents were informed by Iraqis that a civil war would erupt and violence against U.S. forces would increase due to the Iranian and Russian influence.

All of this information was provided through intelligence channels, but was ignored. Today we are seeing the results of our intelligence being ignored in 2003.

[..] Less than a week ago I met several citizens from the Middle East who are familiar with terrorist groups, their methodology, and more importantly the mindset of terrorists (specifically Al-Qaeda). They believe violence in Iraq will increase and the number of U.S. troops in Iraq is not a factor. The largest percentage of U.S. troops in Iraq are support troops and not combat troops. From the beginning of 2003 until now the number of troops who actually engage insurgents is actually less than 5% of all assigned troops in the region. Al-Qaeda now has a strong hold in Iraq and they will not let go. Terrorist operations are active in the U.S. and are being operated/financed in Michigan. U.S. citizens need to understand there are people trained and prepared to carry our suicide missions in the U.S. and nothing is off limits. Churches, malls, and even the schools our children attend are not off limits to suicide bombers. It is only a relatively short time before the U.S. will begin seeing suicide terrorist missions.

February 5, 2007 | 1 Comment »

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  1. I have no reason to doubt this information and it confirms much of what I have been able to verify from various reliable sources. Russia has been involved in this all the way through; they had and still have an aggressive Middle-East policy because of they want to control energy supplies.

    The US Administration has always lacked either the hutspah or the belief that it was advantageous to reveal Russian activity in aiding Saddam and other rogues in the ME.

    We are heading for a confrontation that will be played out in the ME. One of two things are likely:

    1. Arab nations will again attack Israel in the future and will be supported logistically by Russia. Until that time Islamic nations will wage a war of attrition to weaken and wear Israel down.

    2. In the hopes of averting scenario #1, the EU and other UN member nations will pressure Israel to capitulate hoping to force “peace” in the ME. If Israel becomes defiant(strong) the situation, as cited here so often, could eventually evolve into a similar situation as what took place in the former Yugoslavia with a UN resolution and a group of nations uniting to take some type of actions to either isolate Israel or forcible make the state comply.

    On the other hand, if Israel does yield to the international body then the state is compromised and the outcome reverts back to the scenario in #1.

    The circumstances are bleak in either case, so the only viable option Israel has for survival is to face the storm of international criticism and act to protect its own interest.

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