During the first half of the program, Paul L. Williams, author of The Al Qaeda Connection, suggested terrorists could launch attacks on the United States during the month long Islamic holiday Ramadan. As evidence he pointed to a May 2005 communique between al-Zarqawi and Osama bin Laden which detailed a "Ramadan Offensive" designed to create a "fateful confrontation" with the U.S. and the nation of Islam.
According to Williams, bin Laden possesses a nuclear arsenal and has been smuggling these weapons and Al Qaeda operatives into the U.S. from Mexico using the infamous MS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha) street gang. He said there could be as many as 60 tactical nuclear weapons already positioned in the U.S. for a simultaneous attack on New York, Washington, Miami, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Williams expects another terrorist attack on America even if a strike does not occur during Ramadan. "We are in a state of war," he explained, pointing out that "the vast majority of Muslims throughout the world support the war against the United States." Osama bin Laden has sworn to kill at least 4 million Americans, he noted. Williams also suggested the U.S. increase border security, detain "special interest aliens" in camps, and look for weapons and Al Qaeda members in radical mosques.
Dark Star Companion
The final two hours of Tuesday's show featured Walter Cruttenden, author of Lost Star of Myth and Time, who discussed scientific proof of how mankind's consciousness goes through cycles based on a dark star companion to the sun. The Binary Research Institute (BRI) was founded by Cruttenden in 2001 to research the hypothesis that the Sun is part of a binary star system. In a binary system, two gravitationally-bound stars orbit around a common point, called the center of mass. Although there is no visible companion star to our Sun, researchers at BRI believe that it could have a dark star binary partner, such as a small black hole or brown dwarf.