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On Sept. 12, 2007, while he was still on CNN, Glenn Beck did a
program based on the theory that terrorists are "testing" a scheme
to kill Americans on a unprecedented scale. This video, which was
broadcast on CNN in 2007, resurfaced in the wake of the Rio de
Janeiro school shooting on April 7, 2011. Is Beck's theoretical
"Perfect Day"
a perfect storm scenario awaiting the American people
when jihadists launch a coordinated attack against the foundation
of the family to crush the will of the American people to resist?

We live in a society today in which those in the crosshairs of violence are, increasingly, the youngest, most innocent members of society—our children. Why do you think that Europe has become so frightened of the Mideast Muslims among them? And, why they don't speak out?

They fear for the safety of their families at the hands of Muslim radicals who have taken over the streets of most of Europe's major cities. Today, radical Islam is taking over several US cities where Muslims are beginning to represent an increasingly significant portion of "local populations"—and where the public persona of Islam is "in-your-face" radicalism. To accomplish their objective to force the American people to accept Sharia law as the core foundation of the US legal system, the growing Muslim population must do in the United States what they have already accomplished in Europe—make all non-Muslims fear them. How better do that? Put the children of America in the crosshairs of violence—even if they never act out the threat.

On Sept. 12, 2007, Glenn Beck, then a CNN talk show host, interviewed three men: Brad Thor, a former member of the Dept. of Homeland Security's Analytic Red Cell program and the author of "The First Commandment," which deals with terrorist threats; former FBI Special Agent Don Clark, who led the investigation of the first World Trade Center attack; and Lt. Col. Joe Ruffini, a counterterrorism expert and the author of "When Terror Comes to Main Street." Ruffini was part of a spec ops group that found 64 computer disks in Iraq that contained Dept. of Education school emergency management crisis plans were found there; as were school floor plans and school emergency response plans for at least six schools in six different States.

Ruffini noted that when schools post this information on their websites for parents of the students attending those schools, that information is available to anyone, anywhere in the world. So, he said, we should not be surprised when our enemies download that information because we are giving our enemies an instruction manual how to overcome our security and do in America what Chechen Muslim terrorists did in Beslan, North Ossetia-Alania, Russia on Sept. 1, 2004. Chechen terrorists took over the middle school, which was located next door to a police station. Taken hostage were t0 teachers and 800 students. There were approximately 1,200 people in the school when the Chechen terrorists attacked. Three hundred eighty-five people died in the three day standoff. Thirty-one of those killed were terrorists; 334 were hostages. Ten were non-school connected people who were caught when the attack began; and 10 Russian Special Forces soldiers were killed. Four hundred thirty-seven people (including 221 children) were hospitalized. Ninety percent of the hostages sustained some type of injury in the rescue. The media in Europe initially reported that the attackers at the middle school were Chechen separatists. They were Muslim terrorists. Only one terrorist survived the attack. But, to the terrorists, it was the Perfect Day because it instilled fear in every parent in Europe, and many around the world.




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