Friday, January 8, 2010

Future terrorist attacks

> Juval Aviv was the Israeli Agent upon whom the movie ' Munich ' was
> based. He was Golda Meir's bodyguard -- she appointed him to track down
> and bring to justice the Palestinian terrorists who took the Israeli
> athletes hostage and killed them during the Munich Olympic Games.
> In a lecture in New York City a few weeks ago, he shared information
> that EVERY American needs to know -- but that our government has not
> yet shared with us.
> He predicted the London subway bombing on the Bill O'Reilly show on Fox
> News stating publicly that it would happen within a week. At the time,
> O'Reilly laughed and mocked him saying that in a week he wanted him
> back on the show. But, unfortunately, within a week the terrorist
> attack had occurred.
> Juval Aviv gave intelligence (via what he had gathered in Israel and
> the Middle East ) to the Bush Administration about 9/11 a month before
> it occurred. His report specifically said they would use planes as
> bombs and target high profile buildings and monuments. Congress has
> since hired him as a security consultant.
> Now for his future predictions. He predicts the next terrorist attack
> on the U.S. Will occur within the next few months.
> Forget hijacking airplanes, because he says terrorists will NEVER try
> and hijack a plane again as they know the people onboard will never go
> down quietly again. Aviv believes our airport security is a joke --
> that we have been reactionary rather than proactive in developing
> strategies that are truly effective.
> For example:
> 1) Our airport technology is outdated. We look for metal, and the new
> explosives are made of plastic.
> 2) He talked about how some idiot tried to light his shoe on fire.
> Because of that, now everyone has to take off their shoes. A group of
> idiots tried to bring aboard liquid explosives.. Now we can't bring
> liquids on board. He says he's waiting for some suicidal maniac to
> pour liquid explosive on his underwear; at which point, security will
> have us all traveling naked! Every strategy we have is reactionary.
> 3) We only focus on security when people are heading to the gates.
> Aviv says that if a terrorist attack targets airports in the future,
> they will target busy times on the front end of the airport when/where
> people are checking in. It would be easy for someone to take two
> suitcases of explosives, walk up to a busy check-in line, ask a person
> next to them to watch their bags for a minute while they run to the
> restroom or get a Drink, and then detonate the bags BEFORE security
> even gets involved.
> In Israel , security checks bags BEFORE people can even ENTER the airport.
> Aviv says the next terrorist attack here in America is imminent and
> will involve suicide bombers and non-suicide bombers in places where
> large groups of people congregate. (I. E., Disneyland, Las Vegas
> casinos, big cities ( New York , San Francisco , Chicago , etc...) and that
> it will also include shopping malls, subways in rush hour, train
> stations, etc., as well as rural America this time ( Wyoming , Montana ,
> etc.).
> The attack will be characterized by simultaneous detonations around the
> country (terrorists like big impact), involving at least 5-8 cities,
> including rural areas.
> Aviv says terrorists won't need to use suicide bombers in many of the
> larger cities, because at places like the MGM Grand in Las Vegas ,
> they can simply valet park a car loaded with explosives and walk away.
> Aviv says all of the above is well known in intelligence circles, but
> that our U. S. Government does not want to 'alarm American citizens'
> with the facts. The world is quickly going to become 'a different
> place', and issues like 'global warming' and political correctness will
> become totally irrelevant.
> On an encouraging note, he says that Americans don't have to be
> concerned about being nuked. Aviv says the terrorists who want to
> destroy America will not use sophisticated weapons. They like
> to use suicide as a front-line approach. It's cheap, it's easy, it's
> effective; and they have an infinite abundance of young militants more
> than willing to 'meet their destiny'.
> He also says the next level of terrorists, over which America should
> be most concerned, will not be coming from abroad. But will be,
> instead, 'homegrown' -- having attended and been educated in our own
> schools and universities right here in the U.. S. He says to look for
> 'students' who frequently travel back and forth to the Middle East .
> These young terrorists will be most dangerous because they will know
> our language and will fully understand the habits of Americans; but
> that we Americans won't know/understand a thing about them.
> Aviv says that, as a people, Americans are unaware and uneducated about
> the terrorist threats we will, inevitably, face. America still has only
> have a handful of Arabic and Farsi speaking people in our intelligence
> networks, and Aviv says it is critical that we change that fact SOON.
> So, what can America do to protect itself? From an intelligence
> perspective, Aviv says the U.S. needs to stop relying on satellites and
> technology for intelligence. We need to, instead, follow Israel 's,
> Ireland 's and England 's hands-on examples of human intelligence, both
> from an infiltration perspective as well as to trust 'aware' citizens
> to help. We need to engage and educate ourselves as citizens; however,
> our U. S. government continues to treat us, its citizens, 'like
> babies'. Our government thinks we 'can't handle the truth' and are
> concerned that we'll panic if we understand the realities of terrorism.
> Aviv says this is a deadly mistake.
> Aviv recently created/executed a security test for our Congress, by
> placing an empty briefcase in five well-traveled spots in five major
> cities. The results? Not one person called 911 or sought a policeman to
> check it out. In fact, in Chicago , someone tried to steal the briefcase!
> In comparison, Aviv says that citizens of Israel are so well 'trained'
> that an unattended bag or package would be reported in seconds by
> citizen(s) who know to publicly shout, 'Unattended Bag!' The area would
> be quickly & calmly cleared by the citizens themselves. But,
> unfortunately, America hasn't been yet 'hurt enough' by terrorism for
> their government to fully understand the need to educate its citizens
> or for the government to understand that it's their citizens who are,
> inevitably, the best first-line of defense against terrorism.
> Aviv also was concerned about the high number of children here in
> America who were in preschool and kindergarten after 9/11, who were
> 'lost' without parents being able to pick them up, and about our
> schools that had no plan in place to best care for the students until
> parents could get there. (In New York City , this was days, in some
> cases!)
> He stresses the importance of having a plan, that's agreed upon within
> your family, to respond to in the event of a terrorist emergency. He
> urges parents to contact their children's schools and demand that the
> schools, too, develop plans of actions, as they do in Israel .
> Does your family know what to do if you can't contact one another by
> phone? Where would you gather in an emergency? He says we should all
> have a plan that is easy enough for even our youngest children to
> remember and follow..
> Aviv says that the U. S. government has in force a plan that, in the
> event of another terrorist attack, will immediately cut-off EVERYONE's
> ability to use cell phones, blackberries, etc., as this is the
> preferred communication source used by terrorists and is often the way
> that their bombs are detonated...
> How will you communicate with your loved ones in the event you cannot
> speak? You need to have a plan...
> If you believe what you have just read, then you must feel compelled to
> send to every concerned parent or guardian, grandparents, uncles,
> aunts, whatever and whomever. Nothing will happen if you choose not to
> do so, but in the event it does happen, this particular email will
> haunt you...."I should have sent this to..... ", but I didn't believe it
> and just deleted it as so much trash from old Bill Jones!!!

1 comment:

  1. Err... not true. Anytime you see something that looks too good to be true, it's not true. Go to and type in "Juval Aviv" to get the true story.