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We will not be posting Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2007. We are participating in the STRIKE FOR PEACE.

If you’ve had enough, you need to say “When.” Say-when.org

Because of the posts we’ve made detailing the rantings of Chertoff, Santorum, and Milligan, it has been suggested that we think the United States is not in danger of another 9/11-style event.  Quite the contrary – we think there is every indication that something is in the works.  We just want to make certain that you understand where the threat is actually coming from and why.

Please keep an eye on the poll numbers, the continuing desertion of Republican Senators and Congress-persons, and an escalation of claims of increased al Qaeda activity.  Make note of whether there appears to be a correlation between them.

Don’t allow yourselves to be swept up in the fear – but be aware of what is happening.  We are thinking the line this administration is looking for is “See…we told you.”

Say “When.”

It seems Chertoff and Santorum aren’t alone. This is what Dennis Milligan told the Arkasas-Democrat Gazette on June 3, 2007:

At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing, and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on [Sept. 11, 2001 ], and the naysayers will come around very quickly to appreciate not only the commitment for President Bush, but the sacrifice that has been made by men and women to protect this country,” Milligan said.

ARE YOU F*ING KIDDING ME?!

And why the hell isn’t every single TV news commentator and mainstream news outlet screaming about this cr@p?! Come on Keith – chat this guy up while reporting about Chertoff! This nation deserves to know the kind of people who are in positions of power – or, at least, the people who think they are in power.

We are the only ones who can stop them – why aren’t all of you wearing “When.” wristbands, or “Impeach” t-shirts, or some damned thing to let them, know we’re in on the game?! Step up – or when the sh*t hits the fan, don’t cry about how no one told you.

They’re telling you every single day!

Say “When.”

Remember “duck and cover drills?!

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Maybe with budget cuts in schools these days, there aren’t enough desks – this way looks way less efficient!

Say “When.”

Let me make one thing perfectly clear – this is not a conspiracy website – although some things talked about on those sites will make any intelligent person stop and think, like WTC7, the plan for the Iraq War even before 9/11, etc.

The close proximity of the two stories below has me concerned – it seems a bit too “coincidental.”

First –

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum was interviewed on the Hugh Hewitt Radio Show this past weekend. Sen. Santorum was bemoaning the lack of support the Iraq War and the President are getting from his former colleagues in the Senate, indicating particular disappointment with Senators Pete Domenici, Richard Lugar, George Voinovich and John Warner (all Republicans who are now jumping off the “stay the course” bandwagon):

“I’ve got to tell you, I’m very disappointed, and disappointed in all four of those, my former colleagues. They should know better. In fact, they do know better. They know that this is a very serious threat, they know that if we are to withdraw our troops and stop resisting their attempts to conquer that region of the world, that they will soon end up on our doorstep.”

The statement that caught my attention was this one: (the bolding is mine)
“You know, I’ve talked to all three of the major candidates, that I think will be the major candidates, and that’s Giuliani, Romney and Thompson. I think those will be the three major candidates when we head into the final analysis. And I think all of them understand the issue very, very well, they understand particularly the importance of Iran, and confronting Iran in the Middle East as an absolute lynchpin for our success in that region, and I think they are committed to that. And while it may not be a popular thing to talk about right now, and I know public sentiment is against it, they understand the importance of the national security of this country, and they also understand that between now and November, a lot of things are going to happen, and I believe that by this time next year, the American public’s going to have a very different view of this war, and it will be because, I think, of some unfortunate events, that like we’re seeing unfold in the UK. But I think the American public’s going to have a very different view, and part of it will be the education that these three men will be imparting on the American public during the course of this campaign.”

An odd choice of words, I’d say – it’s as if he knows something’s in the works.

And then, today, comes this statement today by Homeland Security Secretary Chertoff:

“‘I believe we are entering a period this summer of increased risk,’ Chertoff told the Chicago Tribune’s editorial board in an unusually blunt and frank assessment of America’s terror threat level.” He said it was based on a “gut feeling.”

Since when is the terror threat level discussed by a senior intelligence officer based on a “gut feeling?!” If we’re going with psychics here, I know of several who are much better qualified than Mr. Chertoff to make an assessment of our safety!

Here’s the deal – the comments of Mr. Santorum and Mr. Chertoff taken together seem very much like awareness of a planned event. The war is going “badly” (to be polite) and people world-wide are recognizing that there is a man behind the curtain – and the Emporer is wearing no clothes.

There is a great deal of “chatter” on some out-of-the-way blogs (as well as some pretty mainstream ones) about both of these statements – Google both statements and see what you come up with. There’s just too much talk about it for some to buy it as “coincidence” if something happens this summer or early fall.

Read the entire interview with Rick Santorum at hughhewitt.com

More importantly, read the article about this on the blog of the Washington Bureau of the Chicago Tribune (aptly named “The Swamp“) – even they thought Chertoff’s comment was “odd.” And, unlike a lot of blogs these days (this one excluded) the comments are worth reading!

Say “When.”