Lifted from here:
Our water supply is next...


Operations as complicated and risky as the WTC/Pentagon attacks could
not possibly have gone ahead without practise exercises. There are good
reasons to suspect that Israel was chosen as the venue for at least two dry
runs and that its government, under pressure, covered up both incidents.
Consider two such exercises which preceded the Israeli events:
Two years ago, an Egypt Air flight from New York crashed into the
Atlantic when the co-pilot decided to commit suicide and take all
passengers and crew down with him. Though the Egyptian government denied
that any Muslim would ever commit suicide in this or any other fashion, the
FAA insisted the black box recording proved that this was the case.
The WTC/Pentagon bombers' Egyptian connection has been established.
How the co-pilot was inducted into the terror syndicate and brainwashed to
die in a plane crash on command has yet to be. Whatever the mind control
techniques that were used on him, they were the products of Western technology.
After the Egypt Air crash, the plotters knew that pilots could be
brainwashed into turning their planes into potent bombs. But could the crew
be overcome with just small knives?
That was tested last Spring when a Russian passenger plane was
hijacked to India. The hijackers were Chechnyan nationalists who overcame
three stewardesses and stunned the passengers into inaction with the same
type of knives used to the same effect in America. Lest there be any doubt
that this was also a dry run, see who agrees that Chechnya was a training
ground for the suspected terrorists of the WTC/Pentagon:

MOSCOW (AP) A senior aide to President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that
some of the perpetrators of terror attacks on the United States had trained
in the breakaway republic of Chechnya.
''At least four of the suicide perpetrators of the terror attacks on the
United States passed through Chechnya,'' said Sergei Yastrzhembsky, an aide
to Putin and Russia's chief spokesman on Chechnya.
''The people who sent suicide attackers against New York and Washington
conducted dress rehearsals for terror attacks in Chechnya,'' Yastrzhembsky
told a news conference, according to the Interfax news agency.

A few months later, it was Israel's turn. A Jerusalem wedding hall,
The Versailles, collapsed vertically killing 26 and wounding over 300. The
venue had been under repair at the time and most of the workers at the site
were Arab. One such laborer was interviewed by Israel television on the
night of the disaster and blatantly lied about the type of work that was
taking place in the building.
One could easily dismiss the possibility that the Versailles was
victimized by terror except for one fact: after examining the ruins for
just a few days, the government refused to investigate any further. Despite
the fact that this was Israel's worst building disaster ever and despite
the pleas of the survivors and the families of the dead, the government
could not be moved. Instead, it opened a general commission of inquiry into
national building codes and practices. Within days of the building's
collapse, the remains of the Versailles were hauled away in a blatant act
of evidence destruction.
Simply put, why wouldn't the government investigate the tragedy? Why
was the blame put on a flooring system that never collapsed before? Why
have no indictments come down four months after the atrocity? What is the
government hiding and who ordered the coverup?
The Versailles could have taught many lessons: how to drop a building
straight down, how many casualties could be expected in such an operation,
how to improve the percentage of dead, how quickly people could be
evacuated, how rescue teams would react etc. The Israeli government's
refusal to investigate the incident only fuels such, for now, speculation.
However, if I was an American, I would be even more fearful of the
significance of the next act of infamy.
Just as Israelis were recovering from the shock of the Versailles, a
third of their drinking water was poisoned. Over two million people in the
Tel Aviv and central region of the country had water running through their
pipes, heavily tainted with, they were told, ammonia. It took 150 million
cubic meters of water, or three times the amount Israel supplies annually
to Jordan, to flush out the poison.
The public was told that agricultural waste seeped into a valve at a
pumping station in the Jezreel Valley, and then flowed 80 km. undetected.
As absurd as the explanation was, no one bothered to explain a far more
frightening event.
On the day the poisoned water entered the system, a security guard at
a Water Authority station near Lod was murdered. The murder was written off
as just another terrorism incident. Now why would terrorists climb over a
chain link fence, risk barbed wire and entrapment in the middle of the
country far from the safety of the Palestinian Authority, to murder an
armed guard? Maybe they were thieves, risking life and limb to steal some
water? Or maybe we should ask what the guard saw or what he stumbled into.
This dry run was a valuable lesson. The perpetrators learned how to
poison the most people possible, how many of them would be affected, how
quickly the water authorities would detect the poison, how the public would
be informed and how fast the system could be flushed clean.
It might be a good idea for Americans to stock up on clean water.