Wednesday, December 22, 2010

From The Files Of Absurdity, Volume CLVIII: Just In Time For Christmas, Here Comes The Newest Phoney Al-Qaeda Scare!

Last week, I put up the latest File of Absurdity, dealing with the fact that the press was pushing the phoney "Al Qaeda" rhetoric saying that this phoney group, which always turns out to be either CIA or Mossad agents, was getting ready to launch an attack for the Christmas season.   The rhetoric was absurd indeed....

Well, lo and behold, here comes phoney Al Qaeda, right on queue, for the holidays!   According to this article, from the Mail Online news service, out of the United Kingdom, at, it seems that "Al Qaeda" is coming to a local salad bar near you!   It is laughable, but here is that article for my own readers to view:

U.S. buffets and salad bars 'threatened with poison attacks’ by Al Qaeda group behind 'ink cartridge' bomb plot

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 9:08 PM on 21st December 2010

Al Qaeda terrorists are plotting to put deadly poison in the salad bars and buffets of hotels and restaurants, according to U.S. intelligence sources.

They would hide either ricin or cyanide in the food at a number of locations during one weekend to cause panic.

Those who ate the poisoned meals would fall ill and die within days. It takes only tiny quantities of either ricin or cyanide to kill.

Scroll down to view the CBS News report

Attacks: The Al Qaeda-influenced group could poison Americans by poisoning buffets and salad bars in synchronised attacks in restaurants  over a weekend
Sources at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, who issued the warning, indicated that the targets were most likely to be in America.

Security staff in the hospitality industry at unnamed locations have been put on alert over what is being called a ‘credible’ threat.

The salad plot marks a shift away from bombings, which have been favoured by terrorists. Sources said those behind it are thought to be part of Al Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula.

This is the group responsible for the 'ink cartridge' bomb plot to blow up cargo planes including one which was just 15 minutes from detonating at East Midlands airport in October

Poisons: Al Qaeda websites provide information on how to make cyanide (left) and ricin (right), the toxic substances that could be used in the attacks.

The group has praised the cargo plot and said it was part of what it called ‘Operation Hemorrhage’.

Propaganda it has posted on the internet reads: ‘Attacking the enemy with smaller but more frequent operations would add a heavy economic burden to an already faltering economy.’

Militants say the plot consists of 'attacking the enemy with smaller but more frequent operations' to 'add a heavy economic burden to an already faltering economy'. 

Department of Homeland Security officials, along with members of the Department of Agriculture and the FDA, have briefed a small group of corporate security officers from the hotel and restaurant industries about it.

'We operate under the premise that individuals prepared to carry out terrorist acts are in this country,' said Janet Napolirano of Homeland Security a fortnight ago.
The subtle attacks would ‘initially look very much like food poisoning’, said professor of pharmaceutical sciences at St. John's University, Dr Susan Ford.

Parts of a computer printer with explosives loaded into its toner cartridge found in a package on a cargo plane coming from Yemen on October 30

Parts of a computer printer with explosives loaded into its toner cartridge found in a package on a cargo plane coming from Yemen on October 30

A UPS cargo airplane lands at Dubai airport in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, after police intercepted a bomb
A UPS cargo airplane lands at Dubai airport in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, after police intercepted a bomb.

In the CBS News report she illustrates how just a tiny portion of each poison could prove fatal. ‘250 milligrams… that is the fatal dose,’ said Dr Ford.

However, former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said the public would not be made aware of certain threats. 

He said: 'A threat you might feel is sufficiently specific and credible to tell the people who are professionally involved might not be specific or credible enough to tell the general public.'

Mr Chertoff added that it would be important to inform public health officials so that they know how to react to what may initially appear to be food poisoning, if, indeed, it was a terrorist attack.

Yesterday Department of Homeland Security spokesman Sean Smith said: 'We are not going to comment on reports of specific terrorist planning.

‘However, the counter-terrorism and homeland security communities have engaged in extensive efforts for many years to guard against all types of terrorist attacks, including unconventional attacks using chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear materials.

‘Indeed, Al Qaeda has publicly stated its intention to try to carry out unconventional attacks for well over a decade, and AQAP propaganda in the past year has made similar reference.

'Finally, we get reports about the different kinds of attacks terrorists would like to carry out that frequently are beyond their assessed capability.'

NTS Notes:  These criminals never give up, and with more and more exposure of Israel's criminal activities, they have desperately needed a diversion or something to scare the public back into supporting them again.    But attacking salad bars?  I can just imagine the thought of the newest laughable headlines: "Al Qaeda coming to a buffet near you"!

Lets face facts once and for all... The criminal Zionist Jewish "elite" is definitely reaching for anything now out of sheer desperation.  This article shows that they are definitely losing this battle for people's minds if the best they can come up with is for their phoney "Al Qaeda" to attack and poison salad bars!   Just like the phoney crotch bomber of last year, or the just as phoney "ink cartridge attack" of October this year, their ideas are bordering on the ludicrous and absolutely laughable....

Another laughable one for my Files Of Absurdity.... I wonder what these criminals will think of next?  Stay tuned...

More to come


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