Today, Britain is at Def Con one, or color code purple, or whatever scheme they use there to indicate a "terror" threat at its highest. For the second day in a row, seemingly extraordinarily incompetent terrorists have bombed a public facility. Yesterday they took out their anger with minimum effectiveness in London, and today it was in Glasgow, Scotland, an erstwhile ship building capital on the west coast. In the latest attack launched at the Glasgow airport, an SUV filled with fuel was deliberately crashed into a terminal. The vehicle subsequently exploded, and at least one of the perps was badly burned. Most of the other members of the jihad attack group are said to have been apprehended. As they say in the U.K.,"fucking brilliant."
There is very little use, or so it seems to me, in asking questions such as why now, if one operates under the assumption that such attacks are necessarily launched by actual terrorists, as opposed to operatives intended to appear as terrorists in the service of a false flag operation. Madness you say? Perhaps, but other than blind faith of the sort sensible folks condemn in religious fanatics, is there a compelling reason, other than massive societal pressure, for you and I to accept the view that we are unerringly presented with, namely that Islamic jihadists are the single greatest menace to our well being, are constantly plotting to do us harm, and are, in fact, responsible for all these bizarre attacks?
The best evidence I have that the WOT is a hoax, (at least here in the U.S), likely designed to allow elites to enact agendas they otherwise couldn't, is the fact that since the attack on the World Trade Centers, the U.S. southern border has remained, for all intents and purposes, as porous as cheesecloth, yet there has not been one attack on U.S. soil since
9/11. I leave it to you to decide if our security forces are that good, or whether it is possible, perhaps even likely, that the threat we have been led to believe we are constantly under is either wildly exaggerated or non-existent.