BORDER WATCH: Rumors of Possible ISIS Nuclear Attack On US Soil Continue to Grow.
In the Book Of Revelation the Bible speaks of the “apocalypse” a word derived from the Greek word “apokalypsis” which when loosely translated describes a great catastrophe that results in widespread destruction or the collapse of civilization.
And so when a brutal terrorist group such as ISIS threatens to "carry out an attack inside the United States next year" by buying a nuclear weapon from Pakistan, it’s time for Mr. Obama to take this “JV” team very seriously.
In that they have proven time and again, what they promise they deliver; every barbaric act they preformed from the beheadings to the burning alive of the Jordanian pilot was preplanned and scripted, right down to the executioners monologue.
In an article posted in the terrorist group's slick and professional English-language online magazine Dabiq they threatened to use a nuclear weapon against America.
In the article, the ISIS columnist said the weapon could be smuggled into the United States via its southern border with Mexico.
Curiously, the author of the piece is John Cantlie, a British photojournalist who was abducted by ISIS in 2012 and has been held hostage by the organization ever since; he has appeared in several videos since his kidnapping and criticized Western powers.
And while it’s assumed Cantlie is being forced to write and appear in the slick ISIS propaganda videos, which once again confirms ISIS’s ability to use journalists and the media to promote its Ideology.
Cantlie describes several "hypothetical" scenarios in getting a nuclear weapon into the US, and concludes with this happy thought; “From there it’s just a quick hop through a smuggling tunnel and hey presto, they’re mingling with another 12 million “illegal” aliens in America with a nuclear bomb in the trunk of their car.
Cantlie continues: Perhaps such a scenario is far-fetched but it’s the sum of all fears for Western intelligence agencies and it’s infinitely more possible today than it was just one year ago. And if not a nuke, what about a few thousand tons of ammonium nitrate explosive?
Stay tuned for updates.