"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Thursday, December 31, 2015

New Years False Flag?

New Years False Flag?

Security and terrorism: Jittery backdrops to New Year's Eve around the world

Lots of videos within!

Remember this? Kali the Goddess of death and Destruction being put up in New York? A sign of things to come?... 

Disrupted terrorist plots. Increased police presence. Warnings to stay alert.
Fears of terrorism and stepped-up security provide a sobering backdrop to planned New Year's Eve celebrations around the world.
In the United States, federal and local security officials are tightening security in high-profile locations, including New York's Times Square and the Rose Bowl festivities near Los Angeles. In Belgium and Turkey, police said they disrupted terrorist plots that would have targeted celebrations to ring in the New Year in the capitals of those countries.
Here's a look at the latest news on that front around the world:

Before President Barack Obama left for his Hawaii vacation, his top security officials briefed him about a threat, originating from overseas, of possible attacks in New York, Los Angeles and Washington between the Christmas and New Year's holidays, according to senior U.S. officials briefed on the matter.
The officials said the threat was uncorroborated and was based on a single source, and it didn't mention specific locations in the cities. But they said they are always concerned about "soft targets" such as large gatherings and mass transit systems.
In the wake of attacks in Paris, San Bernardino, California, and elsewhere, the FBI is boosting the number of agents and staff in some of its 24-hour command centers around the country, including in New York, Washington and Los Angeles.
About 6,000 police officers will fan out around Times Square for the annual New Year's Eve celebration there, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said.
"We are not aware of any threat at this time that we deem credible," he said.
Among the tools the police will use to guard against would-be criminals or terrorists: cops on helicopters and boats along with hundreds of additional mobile cameras and radiation detectors. It's a grim reminder of the threats posed by terrorist organizations from around the world. In addition, hundreds of officers will carry rifles, said James O'Neill, a top police official in New York.
"We are ready," New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said this week. He called New York "the best prepared city in the country to prevent terrorism and to deal with any event should it occur."
New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, left, and Mayor Bill de Blasio say the city is ready. They're shown in a photo from a few weeks ago.
There will be more cameras watching the route of the Rose Bowl Parade, Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez told reporters.
"It's not the first year we've had cameras, but there will be more of them installed by (the Department of Homeland Security)," Sanchez said.
The additional cameras are part of more resources and money being used for the event and the Rose Bowl game, which are considered elevated security events for the first time.
The chief of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department said more officers will be at the parade and later at a celebration at Grand Park.
"This is probably largest deployment they've ever had," he said.



There will be no New Year's festivities in Brussels, not even fireworks, the capital city's mayor told CNN affiliate RTL.
Mayor Yvan Mayeur cited the nation's heightened terror alert.
Belgian authorities have arrested two people on suspicion of being involved in a plot to attack "emblematic sites" in Belgium's capital during New Year's celebrations, the country's federal prosecutor's office said Tuesday.
The men are members of a Muslim biker gang called the Kamikaze Riders and are suspected to have discussed attacking Brussels' Grand Place square and other places where crowds gather, as well as police and military facilities, a senior Belgian counterterrorism official told CNN on condition of anonymity.
Belgian soldiers patrol Tuesday at the Grand Place in Brussels, mentioned as a possible terror target.
The plot appears to have been inspired, but not directed, by ISIS, the counterterrorism official said.



Turkish police say they've arrested two people with alleged ISIS ties on suspicion of planning a bombing attack in Turkey's capital on New Year's Eve.
The two were arrested Wednesday as they allegedly scouted potential attack locations in the capital, Ankara, the Ankara governorship said.
The pair had a vest with explosives and a backpack "ready for use" -- with iron marbles and sticks and other materials for use in bomb-making -- the governorship said.
Investigators believe the pair intended to target two locations near Ankara's Kizilay district, the country's semiofficial Anadolu news agency reported, citing the Ankara chief prosecutor's office.
On October 10, two bombings outside Ankara's main train station killed more than 100 people. No group claimed responsibility for that attack, though Turkish officials have blamed ISIS, which captured vast swaths of neighboring Syria and Iraq.



There is heightened security in Vienna after police there said several European cities were warned of possible terror attacks. The warning did include the names of several possible attackers Vienna police investigated without finding "concrete further results," authorities in the Austrian capital said Saturday.
Police will initiate more thorough security checks, ensure quick readiness in case of an emergency and increase vigilance in terms of empty suitcases and bags for New Year's, Vienna police said.
One of the big events on New Year's Eve is the Hofburg Silver Ball. There are also big outdoor events on Graben Street and in front of city hall.



The U.S. Embassy in Bangladesh warned U.S. citizens this week that attacks against hotels and clubs are possible in the capital, Dhaka, in the next few days, perhaps in connection with New Year's Eve celebrations.
The U.S. Embassy in Bangladesh warned of possible attacks in the capital, Dhaka.
The embassy did not say what led to the warning.
The warning came a month after the U.S. State Department issued a travel alert for Americans traveling to the South Asian country, citing what it described as a potential for extremist violence in light of recent attacks claimed by ISIS.
Those attacks included a September 28 killing of an Italian national, an October 3 killing of a Japanese national and October 24 bombings against Shia Muslims in a religious procession, according to the State Department.
In its warning Tuesday, the embassy said Dhaka police have increased security measures for New Year's Eve, including a ban on outdoor parties after 8 p.m.



The Shanghai government said there will be no organized New Year celebrations on the Bund, a popular riverfront area, China's state-broadcaster CCTV reported.
Shanghai spokesman Xu Wei warned people who go to the Bund of their own on New Year's Eve will have to comply with public order rules.
The announcement follows last year's NYE stampede in Shanghai that killed 36 people and injured 49 more. 


Major Terrorist Event Tonight?

New Year’s Eve in Times Square in New York always has a big crowd, and ever since 9/11 locations like that have been an obvious target for terrorism.  Fortunately there is a heightened sense of awareness for such things, with many extra people devoted to counterterrorism tonight.  But we should always be thinking of ways to keep ourselves out of potentially dangerous situations, because we cannot rely on anyone to save us if we happen to be in a targeted location.

Unfortunately, in recent weeks there are reports of three specific items being stolen in large quantities all over the country.  Hundreds of propane tanks, most of them far larger than the small ones that work so well under our BBQ grills, have been stolen in ominous heists from Missouri, near Philadelphia, and some less publicized locations.  Obviously, propane can explode.

Hundreds of cell phones have also been stolen – and other very suspicious cash purchases of bulk numbers of prepaid cell phones have been made in several states.  Cell phones are often used as detonators in places like Iraq and could be used the same way in America.

The third piece of the puzzle has also been obtained in large numbers, but I hesitate to explain why this piece of a popular video game system would also contribute to a terrorist’s completed production.  I don’t want to give anyone extra bad ideas on how to blow things up.

Let’s just say that many components for bomb-making have been in the news because of major purchases and thefts in recent weeks, that America has been experiencing terrorist events for a while already, and tonight provides an opportunity for terrorists hoping to target huge crowds of distracted people.  So while you could say this is just rumor, or fear-mongering, I am told it is a very credible threat.  I have no particular inside information on where or when such things may be used – but as I said at the beginning, Times Square in New York on New Years’ Eve always presents itself as a potential target – and so do hundreds of other gatherings.

If you are going to be near a potentially jam packed area that sick individuals might consider a juicy target, at least be aware of your surroundings and alert authorities quickly if you find something suspicious.  Because there are many rumors of what could happen tonight, and unfortunately they are grounded in reality.


FALSE FLAG XMAS / NEW YEAR? Obama Claims No Specific & Credible Threat Over Holidays 


From the Illuminati Card Game which depicted many false flags that have already happened...


Austrian police warn of a possible terror attack between Christmas and New Year 

Police in Vienna has stepped up security following a warning about a potential terror attack employing explosives or firearms between the Christmas and New Year holidays. According to police, the warning was issued to several European capitals.
In a statement issued on Saturday, Austrian police said that the warning came from an unidentified “friendly intelligence service” just days before Christmas, offering mostly general information about the possible attacks without specifying potential targets or exact dates.
It added that “several possible names of potential attackers were mentioned, who were checked and the investigation based on (these checks) has so far yielded no concrete results."
“We do not know if these people exist in real life, or if they are only names with no real person behind them. We have no evidence that they are in Vienna, and we have no evidence that they are even in Europe,” Christoph Poelzl, a spokesman for Vienna police, said as quoted by the Guardian.
Poelzl refused to give any further details concerning the terror warning as he did not reveal the list of European capitals mentioned in the warning.
In the view of the warning, Vienna authorities said that no public events would be canceled but police surveillance will increase in the places expected to attract large numbers of people during the specific period.
Police will also pay closer attention to suspicious bags.
Meanwhile, France remains on high alert since Paris attacks in November. Last week, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve ordered police and security forces to be especially watchful during festive church services.

‘Unprecedented’ Security for Rose Parade, Bowl Game

(Yahoo News) More than two dozen federal agencies are joining forces with police to bring an unprecedented level of security to the annual Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, in the aftermath of the deadly mass shooting this month in nearby San Bernardino.
Extraordinary security measures planned for the New Year’s Day event include more than a dozen armed tactical “rapid-response” teams to be posted along the parade route, along with dozens of surveillance cameras, bomb-sniffing dogs and radiation-detection devices, law enforcement officials said.
Some 700,000 spectators are expected to turn out in Old Town Pasadena, north of the Los Angeles, for the 127th Tournament of Roses Parade, a 5 1/2-mile procession of flower-adorned floats, marching bands and equestrian teams. Millions more will watch the two-hour event on live television. FULL RPEORT 

Heavily Armed Anti-Terror Police to Guard Times Square on New Year’s

(NBC News) Nearly 6,000 police officers — hundreds of them with long guns, radiation detectors and bomb-sniffing dogs — will be guarding New York’s Times Square as a year punctuated by terrorist attacks draws to a close, officials said Tuesday.
The NYPD and the FBI unveiled plans to protect the more than 1 million people who will throng to the Crossroads of the World on New Year’s Eve — including multilayered checkpoints and a new 500-member Critical Response Command of elite counterterrorism cops launched two months ago.
“We are very very confident that New Year’s Eve in New York City will be the safest place in the world to be,” said Chief James Waters, who is in charge of counterterrorism operations for the police department. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said investigators have been monitoring intelligence channels for anything that would suggest Times Square could be a target. FULL REPORT


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