In a recent statement following a low-level attack on a free speech event in Garland, Texas, the terrorist regime known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) said that more attacks in America were on the way.
“We say to the defenders of the cross, the U.S., that future attacks are going to be harsher and worse,” the statement read. “The Islamic State soldiers will inflict harm on you with the grace of Allah. The future is just around the corner.”
The group had issued its statement on Al Bayan radio shortly after two “soldiers of the Caliphate” — identified as Elton Simpson and roommate Nadir Soofi of Arizona — drove up to the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, where an event organized by the New York-based American Freedom Initiative, led by Pamela Geller, was staging a contest to see who could draw the best caricature of the Prophet Muhammad. In Islam, any depiction of Muhammad — caricature or serious — is considered an insult. When the pair exited their vehicle, they began firing at an off-duty police officer who was acting as a security guard for the event. The officer killed both men.
The Simpson/Soofi attack was also followed by an additional warning May 11, in which a group of hackers allegedly affiliated with ISIS threatened a cyber attack against undisclosed targets by 2 p.m. EST.
ISIS hackers calling themselves the Cyber Caliphate hacked their way into the Twitter account of U.S. Central Command, whose zone of responsibility includes the Middle East and Afghanistan, in January.
Despite the sensationalism, few people die from terrorist attacks each year
Other reports have noted that ISIS has fighters throughout the United States and they are ready to strike.
A U.S. congressman said in late April that the Obama administration was not really prepared for new attacks. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, told WorldNetDaily that the administration “is far behind the curve in scaling up programs to counter domestic radicalization, and it has struggled to explain to Congress whether it has a strategy to combat terrorist travel.”
Former Rep. Pete Hoekstra, R-Michigan, who was the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee from 2004 to 2007, added that a “real ISIS threat to the United States exists.”
“There’s going to be an attack. And there will be handwringing after the attack, and there will always be the accusation that we could have done more,” Hoekstra said. “The United States is such a target-rich environment.”
Terrorism is horrific, but is it really the biggest threat that Americans or anyone else face on a daily basis? Although terrorist attacks have increased somewhat in recent years, death from terrorism is still very rare.
On the other hand, poisoning from glyphosate, compliments of Monsanto, occurs every moment of every day.
Glyphosate destroys gut microorganisms and infiltrates bone
Glyphosate, as many know, is the primary substance in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. Over time, it collects in mammals after infiltrating the environment, leading to a hindrance of cellular detoxification.
In particular, glyphosate destroys a plant’s building blocks of life, breaking up amino acids and disrupting the “shikimate pathway” in both plants and microorganisms. The substance infiltrates the leaves and stalks of plants to annihilate natural processes of life. Glyphosate also obliterates beneficial microorganisms in the human gut, which dramatically impacts the human immune system.
“To make matters worse,” writes Lance Johnson for NaturalNews in 2013, “glyphosate is often mixed with adjuvants – chemical agents that increase glyphosate’s destructive power. It’s often mixed with surfactants and foaming agents that allow the liquid to bond to and penetrate the structures of a plant’s leaves. This mass infiltration has created a chemical environment.”
Moreover, the Environmental Protection Agency has continuously permitted higher levels of glyphosate to infiltrate the nation’s natural resources. Today, it is everywhere, and it continues to poison the environment and the humans who feed off the environment.
Are you still more worried about terrorism?