SWITZERLAND, Zurich — Based on breaking news and events, it appears that the Obama administration (at the behest of the CIA in Switzerland) is once again planning to execute abortion-related terror attacks in America, namely in the South.
Potential abortion-related targets include but are not limited to: abortion clinics, abortion doctors, anti-abortion protests, hospitals, Planned Parenthood clinics, pro-abortion protests, state courthouses, the U.S. Capitol Building, and the U.S. Supreme Court Building.
Exactly what form abortion-related terror attacks will take is not known, but a gun-related massacre, car bombing, conventional bombing, and/or bio-terror attack are the most likely terror scenarios. Regardless of the type of attack, it will be used to further divide the American people on the hot-button issue of abortion.
In order to set up the necessary backdrop for abortion-related terror, the U.S. House will vote on an abortion bill on January 22, 2015, the same date that thousands of anti-abortion demonstrators will descend on Washington, D.C. to protest the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision.
Although Washington, D.C. could suffer an abortion-related terror attack, breaking news and events suggest that the state of Tennessee is the slated target. Coincidentally, back on January 8, 2015, it was revealed that a Tennessee bill would require women to hear about alternatives to abortions before receiving one, putting the Volunteer State in the national spotlight just prior to state-sponsored attacks.
Six days later on January 14, 2015, it was reported that “radical abortion extremists” plan to flood the Tennessee Capitol to protest pro-life bills. In the event that the Tennessee Capital suffers an attack, pro-life protesters will predictably be scapegoated.
In order to draw unprecedented media exposure to abortion clinics just prior to a wave of state-sponsored attacks, it was also reported on January 14, 2015, that Planned Parenthood publically stated that “We expect to defeat” the 20-week abortion ban in the U.S. Congress
A day later on January 15, 2015, Nashville Public Radio published a report entitled “In Looming Fight Over Tennessee Abortion Laws, Both Sides Are Approaching Cautiously”. Aside from inferring that violence is imminent, the timely report also used the term “caution” which suggests that danger is imminent.
Army of God (AOG)
Back on January 17, 2013, the Congressional Research Service published a report entitled “The Domestic Terrorist Threat: Background and Issues for Congress”. The report states that “One underground network that supports attacks on abortion clinics is the Army of God (AOG). The loosely structured organization openly promotes anti-abortion violence. However, its members deny that they are terrorists. They also deny that attacks against clinics and abortion providers constitute violent activity, because they see it as “Godly work.” AOG first made headlines with the 1982 kidnapping of an abortion doctor and his wife who ran a clinic in Illinois. Three individuals who claimed membership in AOG were ultimately deemed responsible. AOG reportedly disseminates a manual that is a “how to” for abortion clinic violence which details methods for blockading entrances, attacking with butyric acid, arson, bomb making, and other illegal activities. The manual, which begins with a declaration of war on the abortion industry, contains anti-abortion language as well as anti-government and anti-gay/lesbian language.
Abortion Terror Timeline:
1. July 30, 1994: Two Shot and Killed At Abortion Clinic (Pensacola, Florida)
2. May 31, 2009: Abortion Doctor Shot to Death in Church (Wichita, Kansas)
3. September 9, 2010: Man Charged In Abortion Terror Bomb Plot (Concord, North Carolina)
4. October 24, 2012: Man Stabbed At Protest Outside Planned Parenthood (Grants Pass, Oregon)
5. January 5, 2012: Man Arrested, Charged In Abortion Clinic Fire (Pensacola, Florida)
6. May 25, 2012: FBI Investigating Abortion Clinic Violence as Domestic Terrorism (Atlanta, Georgia)
7. April 11, 2013: Religious Man Damages Planned Parenthood Building (Bloomington, Indiana)
8. June 15, 2013: Pro-Choice Irish Politician Receives Death Threat (Waterford, Ireland)
9. June 20, 2013: Arson Threat to Pro-Choice Irish Politician (Dublin, Ireland)
[Does not purport to be a complete list of headlines or events]
Obama & Abortion
As previously reported, President Barack Obama has gotten quite cozy with the abortion lobby and was even scheduled to deliver the keynote address at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s annual fundraising dinner in Washington D.C. on April 25th, 2013. For reasons unknown, Obama suddenly canceled his public pro-abortion speech but still spoke to Planned Parenthood and met with its supports. Obama can’t come off as too pro-choice for he might publically appear to close to abortion-related terror attacks when they happen. By taking a more conservative approach, Obama will look more presidential in the aftermath of abortion attacks when he will play the role of government “peacekeeper”. That being said, Obama was kind enough to provide a potential “motive” for future acts of abortion-related terror when he officially approved the morning-after pill “Plan B” for girls under-17 year-old on June 11th, 2013. Needless to say, most conservative right-wing Christians in America are “pro-life” and therefor would be 100% against this change in policy by Obama.
DHS: Anti-Abortionists Potential Terrorists
In a calculated bid to divide America between pro-life and pro-choice, the U.S. government has now lumped anti-abortion activists in with domestic terrorists. Back on July 5th, 2012, it was reported that the Department of Homeland Security funded a report fingering anti-abortion groups as potential terrorists. The report, which attributes the greatest share of violence over the last 40 years to “single issue” organizations, mentions “anti-abortion” groups as the first of only four examples: “anti-abortion, anti-Catholic, anti-nuclear, anti-Castro.” The report entitled, “Hot Spots of Terrorism and Other Crimes in the United States, 1970 to 2008”, concludes that single issue groups had perpetrated more atrocities over a longer period of time than “extreme left-wing,” “extreme right-wing,” “religious,” or “ethno-nationalist” terrorists. Needless to say, the DHS report has essentially set up the anti-abortion crowd for future acts of domestic terror against abortion clinics. Whether or not they will succeed in their quest is not known, but the plan has already been put in place.
Thinktank Foreshadows Abortion Terror
In the July 19, 2013, report entitled “Al Qaeda Terrorist Threat Is Growing”, Sebastian Gorka, a counterterrorism expert and military affairs fellow with the Foundation for Defense for Democracies, indirectly foreshadows impending abortion clinic bombings. Gorka, who is also a professor of U.S. national security at Georgetown University, wrote in an email that “The rest of the national security mission in counterterrorism has been reduced to the amorphous ‘counter violent extremism’ which is of course fallacious since as a nation we are not threatened by general violent extremism – Basque separatists or abortion clinic bombers – but a specific brand of religious extremism: global jihad”. As is par for the state-sponsored terror course, intelligence ops leak like Gorka leak general information about a type of attack just prior to that act of terror materializing in the real world. This is done in order to: a) terrorize the populace, b) build the reputation of the leaker, c) exponentially increase the terrorizing effect of the attack, and d) plant the notion of government culpability in the attack with the hopes of garnering a domestic backlash.
About the Author
David Chase Taylor is an American journalist and the editor-in-chief of Truther.org, s state-sponsored whistle-blower website. Taylor lives in Zurich, Switzerland where he is currently in the process of applying for political asylum since the release of The Nuclear Bible, a book credited with foiling a nuclear terror attack upon Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, Texas on February 6, 2011. Taylor recently authored Greenland Theory: Apocalypse Now, a book and website exposing the true power structure of the world, especially in respect to Greenland and its primary proxy state of Switzerland which is home to the CIA. Taylor has also published The Bio-Terror Bible, a book and website exposing the global bio-terror pandemic planned for 2015. To date, Taylor has blown the whistle on over 100 state-sponsored terror plots, including the 2012 Democratic National Convention Terror Plot, the man-made asteroid attack planned for 2014, and the drone strike which killed “Fast and Furious” star Paul Walker. Taylor was also the first to expose Alex Jones’ treacherous links to STRATFOR and is noted for the 10 reasons why the Rosetta Comet landing was a hoax.
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