Revelations are now coming to light that IS terrorists associated with attacks in Belgium, Paris and fighting in Syria may have already accessed (and worked at) at least one nuclear power plant in Belgium. Apparently 2 workers at a nuclear power plant in Belgium quit work to go to Syria and fight for ISIS. Later, another potential terrorist sabotaged the plant in attempt to cause a nuclear melt down. At some point, terrorists were also videoing a top official who works at a Belgian nuclear plant, in what authorities believe was preparation to kidnap him/her and infiltrate the plant.
The investigation into this week’s deadly attacks in Brussels has prompted worries that the Islamic State is seeking to attack, infiltrate or sabotage nuclear installations or obtain nuclear or radioactive material. This is especially worrying in a country with a history of security lapses at its nuclear facilities, a weak intelligence apparatus and a deeply rooted terrorist network. – The New York Times, March 25, 2016
The terrorists aren’t coming, they are here! Back in the early 2000s Americans didn’t fear terrorism after things settled down subsequent to 9/11. We felt safe. Now the pendulum of terror is swinging our way again, as fears that London and the United States may be the next targets of terror.