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Congressman Tancredo warns of al-Qaida nuclear threat

Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO) will request a briefing from the Justice Department on information about al-Qaida plans for “America’s Hiroshima.” He also plans to meet with former FBI consultant Paul L. Williams, author of a forthcoming book, The Al-Qaida Connection: International Terrorism, Organized Crime, and the Coming Apocalypse.

The book is said to provide evidence that al-Qaida has brought nuclear devices, along with thousands of sleeper agents, into the United States across the insecure Mexican border. According to Williams, intelligence agents have virtually no doubt that al-Qaida possesses a number of fully assembled nuclear bombs.

Funds for the nuclear terrorism program are said to come from illegal heroin grown in Afghanistan.

Bin Laden’s goal, it is said, is to kill 4 million Americans, including 2 million children. Captured documents and agents suggest a plan to detonate nuclear weapons simultaneously in major cities across the country (WorldNetDaily 7/13/05).

Additionally, Communist China has threatened to use nuclear weapons, possibly delivered by long-range ballistic missiles, if the U.S. should defend Taiwan (WorldNetDaily 7/14/05).

Additional information:

“Surviving a Nuclear Attack on Washington,” by Sydney J. Freedberg, National Journal 6/24/05.

“Unready.gov,” Civil Defense Perspectives, May 2005

“The Really Big Threats,” by Lowell Wood, 2002 (PDF Format)

Archive of articles concerning the nuclear threat and civil defense, by AAPS Executive Director Jane Orient and others

Nuclear War Survival Skills by Cresson Kearny, orig published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, download free from www.oism.org/nwss

“Illegal Aliens and American Medicine,” by Madeleine Pelner Cosman, J Am Phys Surg, Spring 2005

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