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The Guessing Game: Situational Analysis

“We are setting ourselves up for [terror attacks] with a legal system that doesn’t have a clue on how to prosecute or punish terrorists.”

By Randy Taylor Independent Analyst
rtaylor@homelandsecurityus.com

17 August 2006: Last week the world was shocked to hear of yet another al Qaeda plot to bring death and destruction to the western world. Since then, the guessing game has gone into full swing as the entire world tries to outguess the elusive enemy al Qaeda and Islam.

Free advice is as follows. We don’t know when, where or how but rest assured, they are coming. We are engaged in the same guessing game we have been playing since September 11, 2001 when we were delivered proof live on television, that the world of Islam would bring death and destruction to our homeland. Instances like the arrests last week only bring the threat right in our faces. It stirs up the thinking process. Its opens the lazy eyes of some people to the reality of Islamic terrorism. Somehow, watching the talking heads and mass media going on about how this was to be larger than 9/11 and al Qaeda’s big long anticipated terrorist attack, I have my doubts. Serious doubts. For one I don’t see how dumping 8-10 airplanes into the Atlantic was going to rival 9/11 as a terror attack. Granted, it would hurt the economy and cause damage to the airline industry but not on the scale of 9/11. Maybe to the UK, but not here in the United States.

September 11, 2001 was the first of its kind, meaning a fully successful operation* launched by Islamic terrorists on American soil that brought the massive death toll and billions of dollars in destruction to the American economy that was desired. September 11, 2001 caught everyone totally off guard including the White House, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, NORAD, the airlines, the American people and our country as a whole. Since then there have been numerous attacks such as the Madrid bombings, the London bombings and the Mumbai bombings. One must admit, the shock value is not what it used to be.

The UK is overrun by Muslims and the country has had numerous arrests, planned attacks and actual attacks. The shock value of an al Qaeda plot isn’t what it was a couple of years ago. That’s why I don’t think the destruction of ten airplanes is the big plan, the big one that al Qaeda has planned for years. Instead it is yet another attack planned by al Qaeda and fortunately it was stopped before it could be fully implemented. This will continue and we shouldn’t be surprised by it. This terrorism against the UK is on a sliding scale, meaning the ten planes going down would have been a big deal compared to the subway bombings. However, it is not a larger than 9/11 attack for the US. This is simply another attempt by al Qaeda to alienate the US from her allies.

The other side to the coin is this. If this was to be part of a larger plot, like simultaneous attacks, then we have no idea what comes next. Typically, and according to their procedure, al Qaeda cells being prepped for attacks have no idea of the existence of the other cells. This is a strict security measure described in the al Qaeda manual. They can question those suspects in the UK until they are blue in the face and will still not have a clue on whether there were other attacks planned or who the other players might be. They could be poised for attacks in the UK on the specified date or they could be elsewhere in the world.

The main reason we shouldn’t be surprised here in the United States is because we are setting the groundwork ourselves for it to happen here. We are setting ourselves up for it with a legal system that doesn’t have a clue on how to prosecute or punish terrorists. We have politicians taking political donations from various Islamic groups, the very groups that perpetuate the hatred and Nazi like thinking of Islam. To make matters worse every time I turn on the television I hear the same PC line on how “Islam is a religion of peace and was hijacked by a few bad people.” At 22% of the entire world, roughly 1.2 billion and growing I would say that it isn’t a hijacking, it’s the norm. The only hijacking of Islam is by the newer recent converts living safely in our democratic society who haven’t been exposed to Sharia law where a trial brings hanging, beheading or some grotesquely exaggerated sentence for a minor crime.

Let’s recap now. A small terrorist plot was foiled last week and this is good. However, we are not out of the woods by a long shot. When al Qaeda comes for the US, you will wish it was only ten airplanes going down. We are the “Great Satan” to the world of Islam and al Qaeda. The big terrorist attack planned for us, whatever it is, will make 9/11 look very small, very insignificant in the grand scheme of things. I’m not downplaying September 11, 2001 by any means. All I’m saying is that when they come for the United States, it will be bigger, far worse and more devastating than we can really imagine, based on what we know, what we witnessed on 9/11.

Last week wasn’t the “big one” in its entirety.

Be safe. Stay vigilant.

08.17.06

*The term “successful operation” defined as: Successful hitting of designated targets, no dispute as to Islamic involvement, high kill rate and Islamic fascists taking full credit for attack. We have had several suspected attacks in the US, TWA Flight 800, OKC but it didn’t play out like 9/11 as a success largely due to our unwillingness to acknowledge who all was involved. WTC #1 did not accomplish the full effect desired by the terrorists. 9/11 was the first of its kind by Islam in the US in the overall sense of being considered a successful operation and acknowledged by both sides as such.

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