Top Fed Repeats Ominous ‘Absorb Terror’ Rhetoric
Attack on U.S. soil would reinvigorate Obama’s collapsing approval figures
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Having already demonized Americans as the primary domestic terror threat, National Counterterrorism Center head Michael Leiter is now ominously parroting Barack Obama’s rhetoric, by indicating that America could absorb a terror attack, another indication that the threat of a false flag event to reinvigorate Obama’s collapsing approval numbers is higher than ever.
“A US security official on Wednesday said the country was capable of withstanding another terrorist attack and bouncing back, saying Americans needed to put extremist threats in “perspective,” AFP reported.
As we reported a couple of weeks ago, Leiter joined Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano and FBI director Robert S. Mueller to publicly fearmonger about the risk of terror in the United States being the highest since 9/11, specifically focusing on domestic terrorism and demonizing the American people as being the primary threat.
However, every single example of terror Leiter and his cohorts cited could be traced straight back to having been provocateured, contrived or directly facilitated by the federal government itself.
Leiter’s rhetoric mirrors what Barack Obama told journalist Bob Woodward in recent comments that were reported by the Washington Post.
“We can absorb a terrorist attack. We’ll do everything we can to prevent it, but even a 9/11, even the biggest attack ever . . . we absorbed it and we are stronger,” said Obama.