Prior to the attacks of 9-11, German Intelligence notified then-President George W. Bush of a terrorist plot to hijack planes and fly them into buildings. The President did nothing. The attacks of 9-11 occurred.
Now, the Germans are alerting us again . . . to a nuclear "false flag attack" upon Seattle, WA, this Sunday, November 3 . . .
Is this Intel . . . . or insanity?
Quite a number of people believe that television provides us with "predictive programming" which foretells major events. So when ABC Television began running it's promos for their show "The Rookie" showing cellphone alerts for inbound ballistic missiles to Los Angeles appearing on police cell phones dated November 3, some people took notice:
But if there actually is such a thing as "predictive programming" then, some folks say, Seattle may be doomed -- this Sunday!
The info below is from sources in Germany. It paints a compelling picture of a planned "false flag attack" during which "a million people get killed in Seattle" this Sunday, November 3.
But maybe not.
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