Al Qaeda teamed with splinter groups of Islamic civilian-killing cowards, has a plot to hit the U.S. The United States Homeland Security knows about it but doesn’t have enough tactical detail to issue a precise warning or raise the threat level, says Vice Admiral (ret.) John Scott Redd, who heads the government’s National Counterterrorism Center.
In an interview at his headquarters near Washington, D.C., Redd told Newsweek magazine that the country is better prepared than ever to counter such threats. But he also believes another successful terror attack on the U.S. homeland is inevitable.
There have been major hedge fund investments made on Wall Street to profit from a catastrophic event in September. The Internet chatter is up. So we wait.
Meanwhile, there is speculation that the forest fires in Greece were set by terrorists and the same thoughts are on the recent fires along the commuter trains that run from New York to Washington D.C.
Not much we can do now. Go to work. Shop. Watch baseball.