Thursday, January 27, 2011

Terrorists Now Bombing "Soft and High Profile Targets"

Once again a great article by STRATFOR.  Learn about "soft target" and "high profile" areas.  There really is method in all this madness.  It seems that as we take "security precautions" to protect an area, it becomes a "hard target" and the terrorists just expand the war zone further into "soft targets" -- unprotected areas, but ones that will indeed create international media attention, thus bombings of anything to do with air travel are far more interesting than bombings to do with say train travel.

It is not the intention of this article to help us deal with the "root cause" problems causing terrorist attacks, only the attacks themselves, or more correctly how to try and prevent them.  However, I believe there is a major gap in that I am not convinced anyone is spending enough time on dealing with the cause.  Maybe that's because they don't know how.  Maybe it's because we aren't meant to solve this one without relying on some higher power.  Maybe we're each meant to deal with it alone -- between God and us individually.

Anyway, what will happen when the whole world becomes a "soft target" and no place is safe?

In the meantime, take a look at what is the latest in terrorist bombing security measures.

The Moscow Attack and Airport Security | STRATFOR

This report is republished with permission of STRATFOR.


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