Tuesday, September 07, 2010


Whether you believe that the 9/11/01 attacks were carried  out by well-equipped and rehearsed insiders or 19 bumbling outsiders, there is sound evidence that insiders were on the verge of pulling off a false-flag attack with a nuclear weapon three years ago this month.

Check out this link for the full details of that story: http://impactglassman.blogspot.com/2007/12/hidden-nuke-crashed-satellite.html

In any event, whoever carried off the 9/11/01 attacks clearly wanted to terrorize us, and the passage of 9 years without another attack has certainly lifted some of our fears.

Therefore, the perps are surely itching to strike again, and this upcoming anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks may well be their choice of timing for psychological reasons.

My guess is that their choice of weapon this time will be neither airliners nor exploding nuclear warheads but rather "dirty bombs."

Dirty bombs would involve relatively small chemical explosions but would inject a lot of radioactive dust into the air.

If much of this dust should be inhaled it would irradiate our lung cells until it kills us.

(Fortunately, having some briefly on our skin or even swallowing a little would likely have no serious effects.)

So how to avoid breathing radioactive dust?

Get yourself a toxic-dust respirator (for example from Amazon), or at least some high quality paper dust masks, and take them everywhere you go this Saturday.

In fact, it would be a good idea to keep a paper mask with you every day you go out on the town from here on.

Also, the cliched "duct tape and plastic drop cloths" are exactly what should be stored in your home.

If you hear an explosion and see dust in the air, put on your mask an get inside a building just as soon as possible and shut the door behind you.

If at home, seal up your windows and doors with duct tape and plastic sheeting if needed.

Above all, don't trust EPA or the media if they should announce an early "all clear." They lied about the dust from the WTC demolitions.

I wish you all good luck ...although if you take these precautions most of you shouldn't need luck.

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