AMERICA BURNING: Is bin Laden’s plan for global fireball behind California wildfires?

Intel agents uncover al-Qaeda plot for massive worldwide disaster.

October 20, 2008

Forest fire (Photo: Alaskan Type I Incident Management Team. Photographer: John McColgan, Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Fire Service)

LONDON — Documents recovered from a remote area along the Pakistan border have revealed that Osama bin Laden wants al-Qaeda to launch a “global fireball” by lighting forest fires in Europe, the United States, Australia and South America, according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

The documents, uncovered during an operation led by the British intelligence service MI6, have been described by experts in that agency as “the most worrying [plot] that the world is facing.”

The catastrophic wildfires would not only produce an environmental disaster but would stretch emergency services often beyond their limit and leave insurance companies facing multi-billion-dollar claims for damages that could effectively destroy the already shattered economies of a number of countries.

The FBI has issued a high priority warning that “such a terrorist plan could devastate states like California.”


But Keith (Countdown to NO Ratings) Olbermann and Rachel (Lesbian activist) Madow of MSNBC laughed at idea that terrorism could have started the California fires.

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