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  • Obama hails Iran deal as a model for nuclear diplomacy

    04/01/2016 8:34:51 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 17 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Apr 1, 2016 11:14 AM EDT | Josh Lederman
    President Barack Obama hailed the nuclear deal with Iran on Friday as a “substantial success” and a model for future diplomacy, as world leaders took stock of the world’s most worrisome nuclear threats. Hosting his last nuclear security summit, Obama sought to use the controversial Iran deal as an argument for his carrot-and-stick approach to deterring nuclear proliferation, and he credited Iran with taking steps to meet its commitments. Critics of the deal in the U.S. and abroad are livid about the sanctions relief Iran is receiving in response. “It will take time for Iran to reintegrate in the global...
  • Belgian Nuclear Facility Officer ‘Found Dead With His Pass Missing'

    03/26/2016 12:39:03 PM PDT · by MarvinStinson · 59 replies
    chicksontheright ^ | March 26, 2016
    Earlier this year, authorities found a tape with 12 hours of mysterious footage as the result of an anti-terrorism raid in Brussels. The hours of tape revealed that someone was spying on Belgium’s nuclear power chief, which led authorities to believe that the terrorist cell was likely planning on attacking a nuclear power plant or retrieving nuclear material to build a dirty bomb. It looks like they were right. Belgium is currently on “high alert” after authorities found a nuclear power plant security officer dead with his pass missing. The concerning development, which occurred on Thursday but was only reported...
  • Surveillance Law Lets US Ratify Nuclear Terrorism Treaties

    06/07/2015 8:34:38 AM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 7 replies
    The Associated Press ^ | June 7, 2015 | DEB RIECHMANN
    Tucked into the surveillance bill that became law was a little-noticed section that will let the United States complete ratification of two long-stalled treaties aimed at stopping a frightening scenario: terrorists wielding radioactive bombs. "Today, nearly 2,000 metric tons of weapons-usable nuclear materials remain spread across hundreds of sites around the globe — some of it poorly secured," said former Sen. Sam Nunn, co-chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, an organization in Washington that works on the issue. "We know that to get the materials needed to build a bomb, terrorists will not necessarily go where there is the most...
  • Obama has agreed to 80 percent of Iran's demands in nuclear talks, Israeli officials tell Ch. 10

    01/30/2015 11:36:27 AM PST · by C19fan · 36 replies
    Jerusalem Post ^ | January 30, 2015 | Staff
    Isreali officials told Channel 10 on Friday that they are convinced the Obama administration has already agreed to most of Iran’s demands in the P5+1 negotiations over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program. According to unnamed officials, Washington “has given the Iranians 80 percent of what they want” out of the negotiations, Channel 10 is reporting.
  • Iran says testing new nuclear enrichment machine, may irk West

    08/27/2014 8:41:51 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 6 replies
    Reuters ^ | Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:57am EDT | Michelle Moghtader in Dubai and Fredrik Dahl in Vienna
    Iran has conducted “mechanical” tests on a new, advanced machine to refine uranium, a senior official was quoted as saying on Wednesday, a disclosure that may annoy Western states pushing Tehran to scale back its nuclear program. Iran’s development of new centrifuges to replace its current breakdown-prone model is watched closely by Western officials as it could allow the Islamic Republic to amass potential atomic bomb material much faster. …
  • Nuclear Terrorist Threat Looms On Our Southern Border

    12/05/2013 4:28:04 PM PST · by raptor22 · 7 replies
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | December 4, 2013 | IBD EDITORIALS
    National Security: The theft of a truck carrying dangerous radioactive material combined with terrorist group activity in the hemisphere shows that the need for a secure border involves more than illegal immigration. Mexican authorities said Wednesday they found the stolen truck and likely recovered all of the radioactive cobalt taken by a group of thieves who were probably after the truck, unaware it carried a deadly cargo. Cobalt-60, which is used in radiation therapy to treat cancer, was being transported from a hospital in the northern city of Tijuana to a radioactive waste storage center. But what if the thieves...
  • ‘Crisis of faith’ between Israel and US over possible Iran deal

    11/08/2013 9:40:58 PM PST · by Dave346 · 48 replies
    Times of Israel ^ | November 9, 2013, 1:51 am
    Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “in a state of shocked disbelief” at the deal apparently taking shape in Geneva over Iran’s nuclear program, Israeli television news reports said Friday night. Netanyahu, the reports on Israel’s Channel 10 and Channel 2 news said, had “an unprecedented confrontation” with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Tel Aviv on Friday morning over the possible deal, which he publicly described as “a very, very bad deal” and which he implored Kerry “not to rush to sign” and to “reconsider.” The Netanyahu government is “in a crisis of faith” with the Obama administration...
  • Lights out: House plan would protect nation's electricity from solar flare, nuclear bomb

    06/20/2013 7:49:53 AM PDT · by LSUfan · 120 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 17 June 2013 | Paul Bedard
    Amid growing fears of a massive electromagnetic pulse hit from either a solar flare or a terrorist nuclear bomb, House Republicans on Tuesday will unveil a plan to save the nation's electric grid from an attack that could mean lights out for 300 million Americans. Dubbed the Secure High-voltage Infrastructure for Electricity from Lethal Damage Act, the legislation would push the federal government to install grid-saving devices such as surge protectors to protect against an attack. "It is critical that we protect our major transformers from cascading destruction. The Shield Act encourages industry to develop standards necessary to protect our...
  • Obama Advised to Acknowledge Iran’s Nuclear ‘Fatwa’

    04/19/2013 12:55:22 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 11 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | April 19, 2013 | Patrick Goodenough
    President Obama should acknowledge an Iranian fatwa prohibiting nuclear weapons “as one of the bases for nuclear negotiations,” according to a report urging a new push to engage Tehran, endorsed by a group of former senior government officials. Iranian officials periodically cite a purported fatwa (religious ruling) by supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei saying the production, stockpiling and use of nuclear weapons is forbidden under Islam, although the notion is viewed with skepticism by some critics, Muslims among them. The fatwa was supposedly issued in 2005, but since then the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has in a number of...
  • IAEA: Iran Failed to Clarify Nuclear Activities

    01/19/2012 4:57:05 AM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 5 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 19/1/12 | Chana Yaar
    Yukiya Amano says Iran has failed to clarify its atomic development activities to the satisfaction of the United Nations nuclear watchdog body -- and now it's his job to warn the world about its possible military intentions. Amano, chief of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency, said Thursday in an interview with the German-language Financial Times Deutschland an IAEA delegation will press Iran for "full cooperation" in meetings with officials in Tehran. "What we know suggests the development of nuclear weapons," FTD quoted the IAEA chief as saying "We want to check over everything that could have a military...
  • Report: Hizbullah could fit its rockets with tactical nuclear warheads

    04/16/2010 7:37:40 PM PDT · by ErnstStavroBlofeld · 26 replies · 677+ views
    Geostrategy ^ | 4/16/2010 | Geostrategy
    Hizbullah could tip its rocket arsenal with Iranian-supplied nuclear warheads, a report said. The Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies stated that Iran could supply its proxies with tactical nuclear warheads. In a report, BESA said Iran was likely to use its nuclear arsenal to wage what the report termed "nuclear terrorism against Israel." "Rockets, such as those already in Hizbullah's possession, could be fitted with nuclear warheads." "The potential means of conducting nuclear terrorism against Israel would be similar to those applicable to other countries — sea, air, and land-based — with one important addition: rockets," the report, authored by...
  • US warns of al-Qa'ida's nuclear weapon wish

    04/12/2010 9:14:56 PM PDT · by myknowledge · 8 replies · 307+ views
    The Australian ^ | April 13, 2010 | Brad Norrington
    THE risk of an unsecured nuclear weapon falling into the hands of al-Qa'ida or other terrorist organisations posed the greatest threat to global security, US President Barack Obama warned yesterday. Mr Obama said he knew al-Qa'ida was trying to obtain a nuclear weapon and would have no compunction about using one to cause devastation. The President issued his warning before today's start of a two-day summit of 47 countries that he is hosting in Washington. The Nuclear Security Summit, the first of its kind, is meant to focus on ways to secure supplies of plutonium and highly enriched uranium that...
  • Obama, world leaders work to stop nuclear spread

    04/12/2010 6:49:53 AM PDT · by myknowledge · 33 replies · 553+ views
    The Associated Press (hosted on Google) ^ | April 12, 2010 | Steven R. Hurst and Anne Gearan
    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama and presidents, prime ministers and other top officials from 47 countries start work Monday on a battle plan to keep nuclear weapons out of terrorist hands. Confronting what he calls the "single biggest threat to U.S. security," Obama is looking for global help in his goal of ensuring all nuclear materials worldwide are secured from theft or diversion within four years. On the eve of what would be the largest assembly of world leaders hosted by an American president since 1945 — the San Francisco conference to found the United Nations — Obama said nuclear...
  • U.S. warns of nuclear terror threat (hunting for an atomic bomb)

    04/09/2010 11:15:30 PM PDT · by VRWCTexan · 93 replies · 3,899+ views
    Press Herald ^ | April 10, 2010 | ROBERT BURNS
    The White House on Friday warned that al-Qaida is quietly hunting for an atomic bomb,
  • New US Nuclear Policy Focuses on Terrorists, Rogue States

    04/06/2010 10:39:47 PM PDT · by myknowledge · 2 replies · 250+ views
    VOA News ^ | April 6, 2010 | Al Pessin
    The United States on Tuesday announced a new nuclear weapons policy that gives top priority to fighting terrorism and proliferation, rather than deterring or responding to a nuclear attack by a foreign country. The policy promises not to use atomic weapons against non-nuclear states, but issues a stern warning for countries that ignore global non-proliferation rules. Initial reaction among experts and members of Congress has been mixed. The policy document called the Nuclear Posture Review specifically says the United States will reduce the role of nuclear weapons in the nation's security strategy. It lays out a plan to expand conventional...
  • Sudden disappearance of Deep River scientist mystifies colleagues

    02/21/2010 3:24:50 PM PST · by hennie pennie · 331 replies · 5,189+ views
    The Canadian Press ^ | February 21, 2010 | Canada East Interactive Staff
    TORONTO - There are still no leads in the case of an eastern Ontario scientist who disappeared without a trace last month, leaving his colleagues mystified. Lachlan Cranswick hasn't been seen since Jan. 18, when he left work at the National Research Council's Canadian Neutron Beam Centre in Chalk River, northwest of Ottawa. His nearby Deep River house was reportedly left unlocked and his car was in the garage. His wallet, keys and passport have all been accounted for......
  • Iran is building 6,000-km. missile

    04/11/2008 11:57:49 AM PDT · by freerepublic_or_die · 35 replies · 84+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | Aprl 11, 2008 | Staff
    New satellite imagery exposed a site where Iran was developing long-range ballistic missiles, the Times of London reported Friday. According to the report, on February 4, Iran announced it had launched a "research rocket" as part of its space program. Experts have estimated since then, however, that the rocket launch was in fact a field test of Shihab-type ballistic missile. But four days after the launch another intriguing feature of the test became apparent: analysis of photographs taken by the Digital Globe QuickBird satellite indicated that the launch site of Kavoshgar 1, as the Shihab missile was dubbed by the...
  • Officials Shifting Focus to Iran

    04/11/2008 8:47:46 AM PDT · by freerepublic_or_die · 4 replies · 103+ views ^ | April 11, 2008 | Staff
    The hours of congressional testimony, the speeches and the press conferences this week were all, nominally, about Iraq. But another, equally explosive question - what to do about Iran - loomed over the presentations by Army Gen. David Petraeus, the American military commander in Iraq, over U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker and over U.S. strategy for the Middle East. Petraeus and Crocker, arguing that there has been progress in stabilizing Iraq since President Bush ordered a troop build-up there last year, fingered Iran's support for Shiite militias in Iraq, which they called "special groups," as the No. 1 threat...
  • Iran Receives Nuclear Fuel in Blow to U.S.

    12/18/2007 1:54:49 AM PST · by america4vr · 18 replies · 154+ views
    New York Times ^ | Decembr 18, 2007 | Helene Cooper
    The United States lost a long battle when Russia, as it announced on Monday, delivered nuclear fuel to an Iranian power plant that is at the center of an international dispute over its nuclear program. Iran, for its part, confirmed on Monday plans to build a second such plant. In announcing that it had delivered the first shipment of enriched-uranium fuel rods to the power plant, at Bushehr in southern Iran, on Sunday, Russian officials said that while the fuel was in Iran, it would be under the control of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the nuclear monitoring agency for...
  • Iran's Vast Military Inferiority and the Prospect of Nukes

    12/15/2007 8:02:04 AM PST · by america4vr · 8 replies · 100+ views
    American Thinker ^ | December 15, 2007 | James Lewis
    One madman with a gun can hold off a hundred cops. The difference is who is more willing to lose his life. Such is the situation between the Khomeini regime and those it has directly threatened. Beginning with Khomeini's rise to power after 1979, the regime has constantly threatened others, and celebrated its own readiness for martyrdom --- which it amply proved in the war with Saddam Hussein. Today Tehran's mortal enemies' list goes far beyond Israel to include Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States, Jordan, Lebanon, France, Britain, and the United States. Yet Max Boot points out in the...
  • "Paul L. Williams New Book - The Day of Islam: Annihilation ...."

    06/05/2007 5:58:01 AM PDT · by rjp2005 · 37 replies · 2,619+ views
    Book ^ | May 22, 2007 | Paul L. Williams
    "In two previous books, Osama's Revenge and The Al Qaeda Connection, seasoned investigative reporter Paul Williams revealed the alarming potential for nuclear terrorism on U.S. soil and the sinister connections among organized crime, illegal immigrants, and al Qaeda. Now, Williams broadens his focus beyond al Qaeda to provide readers with newly uncovered information on terrorist activities in Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, other Muslim countries--and our neighbor Canada! What emerges is a harrowing picture of international terrorist activities, all aimed at the destruction of the United States and the collapse of the Western world. This cataclysm will usher in "the Day of...
  • Iran Plans To Nuke Europe, US - Sanctions Urged

    02/28/2007 2:41:13 AM PST · by IsraelBeach · 21 replies · 1,337+ views
    Israel News Agency ^ | February 28, 2007 | Joel Leyden
    Iran Plans To Nuke Europe, US - Sanctions Urged By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem ----- February 28, 2007 .... An Israel security official told the Israel News Agency that the recent launch of a missile from Iran into space illustrated a direct threat to both Europe's and US national security. On February 25, Iran launched a missile reaching space. "Iran has successfully launched its first space missile made by Iranian scientists," the head of Iran's aerospace research center, Mohsen Bahrami, was quoted as saying. On Saturday, Iran Defense Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said Iran was planning to build...
  • Nuclear link alleged in Australia arrests

    11/13/2005 7:17:07 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 10 replies · 671+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 11/13/05 | Meraiah Foley - ap
    SYDNEY, Australia - Three recently arrested terror suspects had been stopped and questioned by police last December near Australia's only nuclear reactor, according to a police document released Monday. The document also outlined what it said were plans by the men to stockpile chemicals for making explosives and that they "obtained extremist advice and guidance" from a firebrand cleric arrested along with them. The three men arrested near the nuclear reactor were among 18 terror suspects arrested in Sydney and Melbourne last week and accused of plotting to carry out a "catastrophic" attack in Australia. The police document identifies the...
  • Can Terrorists Build the Bomb?

    07/24/2005 7:32:10 PM PDT · by Jomini · 26 replies · 880+ views
    Popular Science ^ | July 2005 | Michael Crowley
    Last fall, the race to stop terrorists from acquiring a nuclear bomb passed through Tashkent, Uzbekistan. There, on the morning of September 19, a Russian Antonov 12 cargo plane touched down carrying two nearly indestructible steel canisters. Under the watch of elite security forces armed with machine guns, Uzbek officials unloaded the canisters and drove them to a remote, wooded area about 20 miles from the Central Asian capital. Waiting there at the Institute of Nuclear Physics, which houses a small nuclear reactor used for scientific research, was a team of Americans, Russians and officials from the International Atomic Energy...
  • Terrorism Concerns: A terrifying glass house - Nuclear attack on U.S. is matter of when, not if

    07/17/2005 8:19:17 AM PDT · by SmithL · 50 replies · 1,110+ views
    COntra Costa Times ^ | 7/17/5 | Pervez Hoodbhoy
    ONE WONDERS what Osama bin Laden and his ilk learned from Hiroshima. The decision to incinerate the Japanese city and another, Nagasaki, was not taken in anger. White men in gray business suits and military uniforms, after much deliberation, decided that the United States could not give the Japanese any warning, that although it could not concentrate on a civilian area, it should seek to make a profound psychological impression on as many inhabitants as possible.They argued that it would be cheaper in American lives to release the nuclear genie.Crowds gathered in Times Square to celebrate: There were fewer of...
  • Nuclear good news

    07/03/2005 7:02:03 AM PDT · by bitt · 1 replies · 496+ views
    Bston Glob ^ | 7/3/05 | Graham Allison
    ON THE SIDELINE of this week's G8 Summit at Gleneagles, US President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet one on one. Atop their agenda will be commitments they made four months ago in Bratislava to address an issue even more important to the well-being of Russian and American citizens than African aid and climate change, the issues that will headline the G8. Recall the first televised presidential debate last fall when the moderator asked both President Bush and Senator John Kerry: ''What is the single most serious threat to American national security?" Both answered: nuclear terrorism....
  • Nuclear Ayatollahs

    05/13/2005 3:13:18 PM PDT · by anotherview · 7 replies · 728+ views
    Yediot Ahranot ^ | 14 April 2005 | Yaron London
    Yaron London Nuclear ayatollahs Does Israel have an answer for Iranian nuclear aspirations? "The State of Israel's establishment is the most terrible event in history…one nuclear bomb is enough to destroy it." (Former Iranian President Hashemi Rafsanjani, 2001.) "The cancerous growth called Israel must be uprooted from the area," (Iranian Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in a recent speech.) For 18 years now, Iran has been surreptitiously striving to acquire nuclear weapons. Initially, experts thought Iran's objective was to counterbalance the Iraqi nuclear threat. However, now that Saddam's Iraq has been obliterated, there can be no doubt the Iranians aspire...
  • (Iran's Nuke Program:) 'Stick and carrot method not working'

    05/13/2005 2:56:09 PM PDT · by anotherview · 15 replies · 502+ views
    Yediot Ahronot ^ | 13 May 2005 | Doron Sheffer and Associated Press
    'Stick and carrot method not working' Shalom calls for international pressure to stop Iran reaching nuclear capabilities; more than 200 Iranian youngsters volunteer to carry out suicide bombs against Israel By Doron Sheffer and Associated Press Iranian youngsters prepared to die Photo: AP Iran's threat to the world is a nightmare, says Shalom A “nightmare” is how Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom defined Thursday the possibility that Iran may be able to achieve nuclear capabilities. “The possibility that Iran’s regime would be able to threaten the existence of the world with the press of a button is a nightmare,” Shalom told...
  • An atomic Iran is imminent... mullahs may have bomb by June

    04/01/2005 5:24:53 AM PST · by Interesting Times · 76 replies · 38,475+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | April 1, 2005 | Dr. Jerome Corsi
    Iran has been pursuing a determined clandestine path to obtain nuclear weapons. The National Council of Resistance of Iran just announced that Iran allocated $2.5 billion last year to obtain three nuclear warheads. The NCRI, functions as the political arm of the People's Mujahedeen, itself a questionable group designated by the U.S. government as a terrorist organization. Still, the NCRI has had a history over the past few years of disclosing important elements of Iran's clandestine nuclear program. Then, too, we have reports that A.Q. Kahn, the discredited father of Pakistan's nuclear weapons program, sold the mullahs the key final...
  • TV ads warn of Iran nuke attack

    04/01/2005 5:20:10 AM PST · by Interesting Times · 55 replies · 1,219+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | April 1, 2005
    The newly formed Iran Freedom Foundation has launched two television commercials warning that American cities are vulnerable to attack by an improvised nuclear device detonated by Iranian-backed terrorists. Titled "An Atomic 9-11: When Evil is Appeased," the spots are based on a scenario described in the new WND Books release "Atomic Iran: How the Terrorist Regime Bought the Bomb and American Politicians", by Jerome R. Corsi, co-author of the best-selling "Unfit for Command." The ads can be viewed on the IFF website. Corsi believes an atomic 9-11 is an imminent threat once a terrorist state like Iran has the capability...
  • Atomic Iran excerpt: The Samson Option, Israel's Preemptive Strike

    03/21/2005 9:03:13 AM PST · by Interesting Times · 63 replies · 14,094+ views
    Iran Freedom Foundation web site ^ | March 21, 2005 | Dr. Jerome Corsi
    THE BIBLICAL STORY OF Samson and Delilah is familiar (Judges 16:4-30). Delilah deceives her husband, Samson. She betrays him to her people, the Philistines, who are the enemies of the Israelites. The Philistines put out Samson's eyes and rob him of the source of his strength by cutting his hair. Samson repents of his sin, his hair grows back, and he regains his strength. Not letting on that his strength has returned, Samson in turn deceives his captors. When the opportunity arises, he uses his renewed strength to bring down the two middle pillars of a great temple when the...
  • Iran won't dismantle nuke program

    11/23/2004 11:34:56 PM PST · by M. Espinola · 1 replies · 239+ views
    CNN ^ | 11-24-04
    BEIJING, China (CNN) -- Iran and the U.S. appear on a collision course over Tehran's nuclear program with Iran saying Wednesday it would never fully dismantle its capabilities. "Definitely, Iran will never be prepared for dismantling," Iran's chief delegate to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) told a media conference in Beijing. "This is out of the question and out of negotiation," Hossein Mousavian said according to news wire reports. Speaking on a visit to Colombia on Tuesday, U.S. President George W. Bush said Iran must "earn the trust" of countries concerned over its nuclear plans. Bush said he hoped...
  • Nuclear Anti-Terror Fears over Mexican Border

    11/15/2004 12:00:43 PM PST · by Bald Eagle777 · 18 replies · 721+ views ^ | Monday, November 15, 2004 | Mark Sage
    Nuclear Anti-Terror Fears over Mexican Border By Mark Sage, PA, in New York Security is being stepped up at the border between the US and Mexico amid new intelligence that al Qaida aims to smuggle nuclear material through a crossing point. A senior US security official told Time Magazine that a recent captive in the war on terror admitted to “al Qaida’s interest in moving nuclear materials from Europe to either the US or Mexico”. Sharif al-Masri, an Egyptian, was captured in late August near Pakistan’s border with Iran and Afghanistan. According to the intelligence report Masri said al Qaida...

    10/05/2004 9:59:47 AM PDT · by GMMAC · 349+ views
    LONDON FREE PRESS (CANADA) ^ | Tue, October 5, 2004 | Rory Leishman
    LONDON FREE PRESS (CANADA) Tue, October 5, 2004 Nuclear terrorism gravest danger By Rory Leishman On one key point in last Thursday's television debate, U.S. President George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry agreed: The single most serious threat to the national security of the United States is a nuclear strike by terrorists. Few have done more to underline the seriousness of that danger than Graham Allison, a professor of government at Harvard University and a former assistant secretary of defence in the Clinton administration. Allison is now a senior policy adviser to Kerry. In his latest book, Nuclear Terrorism:...
  • Anti-Terror Coalition Urges Nuclear Preparedness

    07/13/2004 7:23:14 PM PDT · by atcoalition · 5 replies · 992+ views
    Johnny P News ^ | July 13, 2004 | John S. Pappas
    Anti-Terror Coalition Urges Nuclear PreparednessSites "Internet Chatter" As Rationale for Recommendation by John S. PappasWashington - 07/13/04Sighting "chilling" Internet chatter within the past few days, cyber-terror watchdog group Anti-Terrorism Coalition ( is recommending that Americans familiarize themselves with information on dealing with a nuclear attack.The ATC is sighting recent Internet chatter as cause for their recommendation that people study the procedures for dealing with a nuclear or radiological attack. One threat in particular, posted on a message group believed to be operated by al Qaeda sympathizers contained a specific threat of nuclear/radiological attack against America. The message announced July 14th...
  • CIA Independence Day

    05/03/2004 8:38:22 AM PDT · by Lando Lincoln · 3 replies · 102+ views
    American Spectator ^ | 03 May 2004 | Jed Babbin
    We don't speak often about the worst of the "what ifs" -- a terrorist attack on the United States that unleashes nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons on our people. John Kerry seems to think that our principal answer to the threat of terrorism is to hire more police, firemen, and emergency medical technicians. But the way to deal with this threat is to preempt it, by destroying the terrorists' ability to attack and to erect defenses against what they may bring against us. That our borders are still porous and that we don't yet have the cooperation of very...
  • North Korea - Special TWO-HOUR SPECIAL REPORT on Fox - 9 E.S.T. - 30 December

    12/30/2002 5:04:30 PM PST · by Happy2BMe · 10 replies · 190+ views
    FoxNews | 29 Dec, 2002 | FoxNews
    At 9 E.S.T., 29 December, FoxNews will be doing a two hour block on North Korea and the loonies behind the madness. Should be a "good, fair, and balanced" documentary on just what the little monkey in Pyongyang thinks he can throw at the gorilla in Washington, D.C.