U.S. "Probably Next" With Another UK Attack "Imminent": Will the U.S. Be Attacked?
The conveniently timed rash of failed car bombings and a flaming Jeep that crashed into an airport terminal meshes all too well with the entrance of Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who promised a 'New World Order' before even entering office.
Now Brown will have apt opportunity to demonstrate order and hold the UK together in a time of crisis. The 'linked' incidents-- now described as "an act of terrorism"-- have caused authorities to raise the threat level to "critical." Another attack is officially described as "imminent."
A Fox commenter even admitted it was "obviously" tied to the new government in UK.
The U.S. has already vowed to boost airport security in response, just as it did after the 'liquid bomb' threat associated with the 'failed' 20 plane plot in London the summer before.
Fox, for one, has warned that the U.S. is "probably next" in line for an attack, and speculation arises as to whether this will be a "wave of terror" or whether the "second day of terror" will beg a third.
Reports are emerging that one of the suspects from the Jeep plot was wearing a "suicide vest" and may be part of a "terror cell." Already it is clear that such vague terms are not based upon fact but intent to instill fear and deliver a 'wake up message.'
One pundit said that the attack gave him "flashbacks of Iraq" and referred to the airport attacks as a "holocaust of flames"-- all phrases contributing to absolute fear-mongering.
Fox went so far to draw links as to suggest the reason for targeting Glasgow could be to "send a big message to Gordon Brown" as he grew up in Scotland.
All developments are certain to solidify Gordon Brown's new power and drag both the U.S. and the UK into another dramatic 'summer of fear' season, with Fox News declaring that the 'War on Terror is very much still on.'
The use of fearful language implicates the government, who are clearly using the terrorist acts to their advantage.
It is well known that in the 1960s and 1970s when over a hundred real terror attacks occurred, they received minimal media coverage in effort to deny attackers the fearful effect it would cause.
If the War on Terror was real, government would not foster the fear and would thereby neutralize the tactic. Instead the media gives power and force to these would be attacks, and the government gains.
In short, such opportunistic hyping of terorism is, in fact, a definitive example of terrorism, which is:
Alex Jones contributed to this report.
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