‘A lot more terror attacks coming our way:’ former NSA chief Gen. Keith Alexander, warned The New YorkerSubmitted by barracuda_trader on Sun, 05/18/2014 - 08:49
May 15, 2014
“‘A lot more terror attacks coming our way:’ former NSA chief
Gen. Keith Alexander, the former head of the spy agency, warned in an interview with The New Yorker of a ‘growing’ number of potential attacks on the U.S.
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Here are excerpts from the interview.
In January, President Obama claimed that the N.S.A. bulk-metadata program has disrupted fifty-four terrorist plots. Senator Patrick Leahy said the real number is zero. There’s a big difference between fifty-four and zero.
Those [fifty-four events] were plots, funding, and giving money—like the Basaaly Moalin case, where the guy is giving money to someone to go and do an attack. [Note: Moalin’s case is awaiting appeal.] It’s fifty-four different events like that, where two programs—the metadata program and the 702 program—had some play.
Wag the Dog. The more they get exposed for their treasonous spying on Americans, the closer we get to having a false-flag attack.
I promise you if we are attacked it will be coming from the ones giving the warnings.
He's no doubt speaking of the next 'false flag' event created by our own government.
And after it occurs we'll find out what actions they're intending to take...........internally and externally.