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 The Ap Threatens To Attack America, the "warnings" continue
George Hayduke
Posted: Jul 17 2007, 12:08 PM


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The terrorist network Al-Qaida will likely leverage its contacts and capabilities in Iraq to mount an attack on U.S. soil, according to a new National Intelligence Estimate on threats to the United States. The declassified key findings, to be released publicly on Tuesday, were obtained in advance by The Associated Press.


Note how Iraq is woven into this threat.

Just so the timeline is straight, on Friday Kissinger met with Putin in secret and in Kissinger's words they were talking about how to avoid open nuclear war.

On Saturday, Russia disavows its obligation to a treaty regulating military build-up in Europe.

Since then the MSM has ratcheted up the frequency at which it is alarming us all of impending terror attacks here.
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