We’re used to hearing about money being funneled to terrorist organizations from the Saudi royal family, but a new report in the G2bulletin.com says that a money laundering scheme selling stolen goods in a poor neighborhood of Cincinnati earned more than $100 million for terrorists.
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Al-Qaeda has bought at least 15 ships in the last two years, creating the first terrorist navy since pirates roamed the Caribbean. Lloyds of London has helped Britain’s MI6 and the CIA trace the sales, which were made through a Greek shipping agent suspected of having personal contact with bin-Laden. Right now, the fleet is thought to be in the Indian or Pacific ocean, heading for somewhere in Asia.
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A radioactive package on its way to the U.S. was seized in the Kiev airport. An official with the Ukraine Ministry of Emergencies says the package was emitting radiation ”at a rate which is thousands of times higher than the acceptable norm in Kiev of 0.05 milliroentgens.” It was found in the luggage depot, and Russian diplomatic sources say this isn’t the first time this kind of package has been discovered there.

Joseph Farah writes in his newsletter that after the breakup of the Soviet Union, government officials lost track of much of the former Soviet nuclear arsenal. A black market has formed in nukes, which have been selling steadily to terrorist groups. This package is especially worrying because it was being sent to a terrorist group here in the U.S.
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In our latest Insight, Walter E. Davis writes, “Clearly, one of the most critical questions of the twenty-first century concerns why the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 were not prevented?There are numerous aspects regarding the official stories about September 11th which do not fit with known facts, which contradict each other, which defy common sense, and which indicate a pattern of misinformation and coverup.” Read the Insight, check out his sources, and decide for yourself.

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