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Friday, October 29, 2010


It's all over the news all morning, FOX especially vigilant.  They think this was a "dry run."

I'm leaning back toward an article I wrote a few months ago after the rash of airplane incidents between December, 2009, and February, 2010.

Is this a distraction, to keep us focused on the airports and the skies?  Read my thoughts regarding this possibility from 8 months ago here.


"You can't turn on the news these past three months without seeing another "airplane/airport incident."  They have increased dramatically in frequency; so dramatically, in fact, that it has my spidey senses tingling.

This smacks of a classic tactical distraction, the kind used in battle.  Which makes sense, after all, if you understand that we are at war, in spite of our desperate denial.

The sudden increase and frenzy of attempts has resulted in our predictable reaction:  increased security, training, and attention, all aimed at our airports.

And I think that was exactly why our enemies have done this.

If you subscribe to logical sequencing and reasoned analysis, you are already asking the question:  OK, for what purpose?

You don't even have to know anything about tactics, our enemy, or even ourselves.  You need only know something of basic human nature.

The first sequence is obvious:  If they're working so hard to point us toward the airports, then their true target is somewhere else..."

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