Terrorism Experts Predict

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Terrorism Experts Predict Future Attacks in US
By Jim Kouri, The Conservative Voice
January 03, 2007

Terrorism is the most significant threat to our national security. In the international terrorism arena, over the next five years, it's believed that the number of state-sponsored terrorist organizations will continue to decline, but privately sponsored terrorist groups will increase in number.

However, the terrorist groups will increasingly cooperate with one another to achieve desired ends against common enemies. These alliances will be of limited duration, but such “loose associations” will challenge our ability to identify specific threats. Al-Qaeda, and Hezbollah, and their affiliates will remain the most significant threat over the next five years.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation forecasts that sub-national and non-governmental entities will play an increasing role in world affairs for years to come, presenting new “asymmetric” threats to the United States, according to a report submitted to the National Association of Chiefs of Police and other law enforcement and security organizations.

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Yeah, AA. Several things over the holidays made me nervous. The rankings of 'cities prepared' put Chicago at the bottom. :eusa_doh:

Perhaps most ominously was the news that Britain had purchased all those bio/chem/nuclear suits for their police and a lesser number of the same spec body bags, 'just in case.' :sad:
 
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With the "cut and run" crowd winning the November election and that big fifth column publisher in New York continually heaping blame on the U.S. for the world's problems (and the idiots drinking it in like gospel), I think we all have good reason to feel a bit nervous about the future.
 

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