Terrorism & Intelligence

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Steve Quayle, Douglas Hagmann

Author Steve Quayle and Douglas Hagmann of the Northeast Intelligence Network discussed intelligence chatter and terrorism threats in America. Hagmann said he was, in fact, just hours away from having a meeting in Washington DC with the Joint Terrorism Task Force and the FBI to share data his team has uncovered. Through their investigation, he said they have linked a specific location in North America as an originating source of content for Jihad-styled websites that offer such material as terrorism training manuals. Hagmann believes that sleeper cells have "insinuated themselves into our culture," and will use their status and position in the US to commit acts of terrorism.

Quayle suggested that recent oil refinery fires in the US and worldwide power outages, as well as the spread of West Nile Virus were all terrorist acts, though they have not been widely recognized as such. Damaging the American economy, is also a terrorist tactic, said Quayle who outlined how foreign disinvestment in the US was already beginning to take its toll. He also emphasized the role of the "New World Order" which he contends is using terrorism as a way to take control.

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