Piers Morgan: ISIS Will Nuke America
It has yet to be determined what brought down a Russian airliner over the Sinai last weekend, but a lack of evidence has not prevented former CNN host Piers Morgan from placing blame on ISIS and warning of cataclysmic consequences if Obama fails to attack the terror army.
“Another bunch of rabid Islamic fundamentalists has developed the capacity to commit mass murder in the skies, 14 years after Al Qaeda carried out the 9/11 attacks,” Morgan writes for the Daily Mail.
“By blowing 244 civilians to pieces on a flight from a popular Egyptian tourist destination, ISIS is sending a very clear message that it can and will kill any of us, at any time and in as big a number as possible.”
Morgan then criticizes Obama for not following the “swift, vicious, merciless and utterly resolute” example of Russian president Vladimir Putin.
“But what, exactly, is President Obama waiting for before he too gets serious about ISIS? A shopping mall being destroyed? Or a nuclear bomb wiping out an American city?”
Despite continuous predictions of an ISIS attack on American soil—recently over the 4th of July weekend, issued by a former CIA boss—one has yet to occur. Another supposed threat cropped up on the anniversary of 9/11, and again nothing happened.
These largely baseless terror warnings timed to coincide with holidays and anniversaries are used to keep the terror narrative moving along and serve as an advertisement for the terror industry and the military-industrial complex, now the military-intelligence-industrial complex.
Meanwhile, the FBI continues to stage periodic would-be terror attacks for theatric propaganda purposes. By and large, the “terrorists” involved in these productions are patsies and mental deficients.
Despite the fact al-Qaeda and now ISIS have singled out the United States as the primary target in a supposed war against the infidels, there has not been a single significant terror event in the US since September 11, 2011, nearly a decade and a half ago.
And despite a monumental increase in surveillance and the growth of the police state, America remains a relatively open society—a society where terrorists would certainly be capable of launching a successful terror attack at least on the scale of the 2008 Mumbai attack or the 2013 Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi attack—and yet this has failed to happen.