Monday, May 30, 2011
Interesting theory. They are not that crazy, are they?
Will There Be A New False Flag Attack In Chicago’s Sears Tower?
Does The Road To World War III Go Through Chicago?
The most likely place to be blown up by the shadow state terrorists is Chicago's Willis Tower, formerly Sears Tower. In 2004, the building was sold to a couple of investors from New York named Lloyd Goldman and Joseph Cayre who are associated with Larry Silverstein's investment group. Silverstein owned the lease on the World Trade Center complex, and made billions of dollars from the state managed destruction of World Trade 1, 2, and 7. He should be in prison for insurance fraud and covering up the 9/11 attacks. Actually, this snake should be hanged for treason!
It is not good news for the American people and the people of the Middle East that Silverstein's investment group is connected to Chicago's Willis Tower. Last year, Shepard Ambellas and Alex Thomas of the website 'The Intel Hub' wrote in an article called "What Do The Sears Tower; WTC, and Terror Drills Have In Common?":
Larry Silverstein, owner of Silverstein Properties, Inc. and the man who leased the World Trade Center Towers also happens to be the owner of the Sears Tower in Chicago. The complex was renamed the Willis Tower on July 16, 2009 and is insured by global insurance broker Willis Group Holdings. The insurer is very important in the grand scheme as can be seen with the WTC, whose insurance settlement amounted to a cool 4.68 billion dollars.
A company named Kroll is is the company tasked with providing security for the Sears Tower. After 9/11, Kroll purchased Convair, the very company that was responsible for recovering data from WTC hard drives. Kroll also managed the bunker in the WTC and is known to have had a hand in the London 7/7 bombings.
Radio host Alex Jones, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen, and others have also said that a future false flag attack may take place in Chicago. The current mayor of Chicago is the former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. Back in 2008, Emanuel said:
You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. Things that we had postponed for too long, that were long-term, are now immediate and must be dealt with. This crisis provides the opportunity for us to do things that you could not do before.
Emanuel's ideas about the government's role in a crisis reveals an authoritarian mindset. Naomi Klein's "The Shock Doctrine" is a good examination of how leaders use crises, whether real or manufactured, to advance unpopular agendas and policies that undermine democratic governance and civil liberties. Government leaders that use shock techniques like false flag terrorist attacks to induce a population to change their behavior and beliefs are not interested in defending the people but taking control over society.
Preparing The Psychology of The People And The Bureaucracy
Since last year a number of emergency drills and exercises have taken place in and around the city of Chicago. To find out more about these drills and exercises, here are some articles you should read:
June 2010 - Emergency drills may close Chicago-area roads
June 2010 - Armageddon Simulated in Chicago
May 2011 - Third tallest building in Chicago enhances security, conducts fire evacuation drills
On June 10, 2011, Chicago's Northwest Community Hospital and the U.S. Army Reserve will perform an emergency exercise called "Red Dragon" to prepare for any future event involving mass death.
The publicly stated purpose for the drills are reasonable and normal. All responsible governments should take precautions to prepare citizens for an emergency situation like a flu pandemic or environmental disaster. But the U.S. shadow government is not responsible or trustworthy. The power-mad Emanuel is not a level-headed person that you want leading your city during a time of great sorrow and loss. Emanuel, like Rudy Giuliani, comes from the school of thought that says freedom is bad and authority is good. Tyrants love a crisis because in a state of crisis the people are confused, fearful, anxious, and willing to be led by a strong and powerful leader. A national crisis makes the people rally around the leader and gives the government increased authority to control society.
In July of last year, a former Clinton official said that a new terrorist attack on the scale of 9/11 would boost President Obama's popularity and give his administration greater credibility. The remarks were made in anticipation of the mid-term elections, but they are still applicable today. The 2012 presidential election is around the corner and a new false flag attack in Obama's former nesting grounds would clear the path for victory.