i have a member of the family who is an elite S.A.S SOLDIER with contacts to cia ..intersting read igg Author Interview on Fox
Dear ian While taking a short break from yard work today, I watched Linda Vester on Fox Channel's "Dayside" program. One of Linda's guests was an author named Paul Williams. Mr. Williams asserts in his book that in 2001, bin Laden bought at least 20 suitcase nuclear devices* from a Russian arms dealer named Simeon Magalovich. Williams cites intelligence sources as being Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, India, and Afghanistan. Further, Williams insists that the FBI and CIA were aware of bin Laden's search and eventual purchase of small nuclear devices. He went on to say that George Tenet of our CIA informed President Bush of this situation in October of 2001. As further support for his book, Williams also offered related reporting on this information by the BBC. Most of the intel was assembled from documentation found at 40 sites in Afghanistan and further discovered on Kahlid Sheik Mohammed's laptop computer. Williams says that there are at least 5000 sleeper operatives already scattered about the globe ready to strike in coordination with the detonation of these devices. Now, let me go out on a limb here. Williams book MAY have some basis in fact but I shall remain a doubter until the first device is used. That our borders and the borders of many other industrialized nations are porous, I have no doubt... the trans international shipping industry being the weakest link. Moreover, if George Tenet truly did inform the President of this situation on October of 2001, why is this information reaching the public just now? I remain ever the skeptic and pass this along so that you can do some of your own research on Amazon and other sources. Please note that on Amazon (brief below) you can actually search inside this book if you wish. I note with some interest that the price of this book has been reduced 32%. Now I am wondering if THAT is why Williams appeared on Fox today. As President Reagan believed, "Trust but verify." I can only verify the existence of the book, nothing more. Frankly, I get this funny feeling every time I read the conspiratorial line "What the government and the media don't want you to know" (or haven't told you). * "Suitcase nuclear devices" - misleading misnomer, in that published intel describes such weaponry as being about the size of a steamer trunk. Best regards......:eek: S.A.S ELITE
Ahhh, the one nice part about any nuclear device, be it a real bomb or a dirty bomb, is that it will emit radiation and turn it into a giant "find me" beacon. Unless you shield it with an enormous amount of lead, but then that doen't make it a "suitcase" weapon anymore. Ever try to heave around a 400lb suitcase?
Point being, even if the bad guys had these weapons, deploying has become *much* more difficult since 9/11. The number of radiation detectors out there is large and getting larger every day, with the chip technology getting advanced enough that they are also very small, or can be worn like a pager. I guess a large number of NY city offers wear these things all the time, making a kind of roving detection grid.
The New York TImes has printed several stories concerning patients with cancer or other conditions where something like a thorium source was inserted near the tumor. In at least one case a tunnel was shut down while the patient with the source was questioned, and several others have undergone strip searches after being stopped by police. I was much more concerned about a radiological attack before 9/11 than I am now.
run forest run hehe lmao thinking of iggy running with some one over his shoulder,,,nades going of behind him ,,,,shouting medic or benito defuse the expolsives lol
that is a funny image BONG ....:flag: go igg ...you really have a lot of knowledge ....:mEk: we can ride out of here on this WILD WEST CREW rofl .. Deadeye drink to all our health :cheers: :drink: well to all our health =ian Deadeye :lol:
The player formerly known as +medic+Goa.Johnson(nl)
1st February 2004
Quote: a 400-watt speaker in the back seat of a Honda Accord
Hmm an accord with 400 watt speaker :d:d lol :d :d