|By Wayne Madsen
Editor, Wayne Madsen Report
Aug 23, 2007, 01:14
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Chatter picked up by WMR’s sources in the nation’s capital and in California point to unusual events that could be a prelude to a 9/11-like false flag “incident” during the Labor Day weekend, possibly one focused on the San Francisco Bay Area.
The FBI in Seattle, as well as the Washington Joint Analytical Center (WJAC), have asked for the public’s help in identifying two men spotted aboard Washington state ferries exhibiting unusual behavior. A number of ferry passengers have reported the two men showing strange behavior.
Two photos have been circulated showing two young “Middle East” looking men on board a ferry. The reluctance of the FBI to provide more details is reminiscent of the 2000 and 2001 closely-held government reports that a number of teams of between two and five to six young male and female Israelis, all veteran or reserve Israeli Defense Force members, were spotted casing federal facilities, oil refineries, harbor areas, homes of federal law enforcement officials, office buildings — including the World Trade Center, bridges, tunnels, and military bases and airfields prior to and subsequent to the 9/11 attacks.
The Israelis were described in a number of federal reports as “Middle East-looking” in appearance. The FBI never sought to prosecute the Israelis, many of whom were using the intelligence covers of office and home furniture movers, vendors of toys at shopping mall kiosks, and art students selling bogus Israeli artwork, and merely turned them over to U.S. immigration authorities for deportation back to Israel. The code phrase “Middle East looking” has since become politically-correct FBI-speak for Israelis. Nationals of Arab countries are described as Arabs in official law enforcement intelligence reports. However, Israeli influence over the Bush administration prevents Israelis in the United States operating illegally or pursuing other dubious activities from being described as Israelis.