While Americans watch the chaos in New Orleans in horror today, U.S. enemies are smiling.
Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin reveals strategists in China, Venezuela, North Korea and for rogue terrorist organizations like al-Qaida are realizing the full extent of America’s unpreparedness for domestic disaster – even in a single, medium-sized urban area.
Major vulnerabilities in planning and response are obvious and providing encouragement for future strikes on the country’s infrastructure and population centers.
For complete coverage of the national security implications of the Katrina disaster, subscribe to Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin now. These stories are breaking now exclusively at G2 Bulletin. Also in the current issue of G2 Bulletin:
- Adnan el-Shukrijumah, America’s most wanted al-Qaida terrorist, hatched a plot with the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) street gang in Honduras and Mexico to smuggle nuclear weapons into the U.S. In the second part of a two-part series on the elusive el-Shukrijumah, Paul L. Williams, author of the new book "The Al-Qaeda Connection," reveals how the man handpicked by Osama bin Laden to execute a terrorist nuclear attack on the U.S. got his weapons of mass destruction and sneaked them across the Mexican border. It’s an alarming report that names names, places and times, and explains where he got nuclear materials and who helped him bring them into the U.S. In the first part of the series, still published nowhere else, you’ll get to meet el-Shukrijumah the man behind al-Qaida’s "American Hiroshima" nuclear terrorism plot.
- Egyptian military intelligence tipped off U.S. on danger posed by 9-11 hijacker Muhammad Atta before he ever got to the U.S.
- Jihadists continue their campaign of burning churches and persecuting Christians in Kosovo, the land "liberated" by U.S. and NATO forces in the 1990s. While German and French peacekeepers watch the religious atrocities, Italian and U.S. soldiers have put their lives on the line to defend the Christian minority.
- U.S. military sources tell G2 Bulletin that American Civil Liberties Union attorneys have been permitted to advise Guantanamo Bay prisoners, including Taliban and al-Qaida operatives, that they have the right not to answer the questions of interrogators. In addition, the Pentagon has brought in a veteran staff attorney from the ACLU to serve as chief defense counsel in future military tribunals.
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