Thursday, November 4, 2010

Wake up - The Red Dawn scenario is being run right now

This is part of what is called the Red dawn scenario.. Testing the fence to see where the weakness is, and then using maxim force to attack at the weakest point from inside with saboteurs. We should be looking inside our nuke plants , military bases, water treatment plants, cargo rail systems,.. We must focus security at the lowest step on the ladder,custodial workers, window washers, valets, cab drivers, airport cargo workers. The network is in place for a massive attack.. There are a million eyes in these places alone, looking reporting, testing the fence. Look at the way the Japanese tested the the fence before Pearl Harbor, spy's posing as tourist's taking pictures of pearl harbor shipping defense preparations, schedules of officers and sailors. This was a low tech operation but at the heart of largest naval base and we had no idea it was going on. The Trojan horse is already in place and it has emptied it cargo of saboteurs and they are just waiting for the sign from the 12th Imam. This is not just limited to Islamic radicals, this is a world wide network including many like causes who want America on her knees.

LOS ANGELES - Federal prosecutors unveiled charges Tuesday against three newly jailed California residents accused of conspiring to provide support to al Shabaab, an al Qaeda-allied rebel group based in Somalia.

The three men, all arrested by FBI agents in San Diego this week, are the latest of several individuals taken into U.S. custody in recent months on charges of trying to aid al Shabaab, designated a terrorist organization by the State Department.

The five-count indictment against the latest suspects -- Basaaly Saeed Moalin, Mohamed Mohamed Mohamud and Issa Doreh -- was returned by a federal grand jury on Oct. 22 and unsealed on Tuesday, coinciding with Moalin's arraignment.

He was ordered held without bail pending a detention hearing set for Friday. The two others are expected to appear for arraignment on Wednesday. The men were described as San Diego residents, but their nationalities were not revealed.

They are charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, conspiracy to kill in a foreign country and related offenses, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in San Diego.

The al Shabaab militia, which seeks to impose a strict version of Islamic law throughout Somalia, has waged a bloody insurgency with other groups against the Western-backed Mogadishu government in recent years.

In July, the group claimed responsibility for twin bombings that killed nearly 80 people in Uganda, which has provided the bulk of African Union troops in a peacekeeping mission in Somalia.

U.S. officials have said many of al Shabaab's senior leaders are believed to have trained and fought with al Qaeda in Afghanistan.

The new indictment accuses Moalin of coordinating fund-raising efforts and money transfers to the insurgents with Mohamud and Doreh at the behest of a once-prominent al Shabaab military leader Hashi Ayrow, who has since been killed. According to the indictment, Moalin and Ayrow were in direct telephone contact.

Even after Ayrow's death in 2008, the three conspirators continued to transfer money from San Diego to Somalia to purchase weapons used by al Shabaab militants, the indictment says. (Editing by Jerry Norton)