Experts Warn of al-Qaeda Attack If Debt Ceiling Not Raised
July 18, 2011
It’s not enough to frighten Americans with personal financial disaster if the massive debt scam is not perpetuated. In order to send the message, the government has decided to stoke up the al-Qaeda threat.
Let the bankers crank up the debt even more or this cave dweller and his operatives will get you.
According to counterterrorism experts polled by Homeland Security Today, a possible downgrading of the U.S. credit rating by Moody’s – and the mayhem in financial markets that would result – may inspire al-Qaeda to attack.
“So you can understand why Al Qaeda, or any other terrorist organization motivated by the jihadist ideology, would see that America is highly vulnerable right now – perhaps more than it’s ever been — to an attack or attacks the impact or direct effect [of which] would be further depression of the US’s economy,” a counterterrorism official told the homeland security affairs website.
The credit ratings company Moody’s has renewed its warning that if the United States defaults on its “debt obligations” after the deadline set by the Treasury, it may downgrade its AAA bond rating.
The debt is well over $100 trillion, although the government tells us it is a paltry $14 trillion. Obama, the Federal Reserve, and the bankers want to raise the debt limit from $14.3 to $14.5 trillion so Congress can borrow and spend even more money. Most of the budget is spent on killing people in foreign lands.