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Superbowl Open Air False Flag: Mass Transit Bottlenecks And BioTerrorism (Video)

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By Josey Wales 

Was today’s “White Powder” scare a test run to view response time and learn more about Law Enforcements patterns? Why would they send these letters to hotels near the stadium? 

Understand this, one way into MetLife Stadium and only one way out, by rail.

Because of limited parking at MetLife Stadium and security restrictions, Super Bowl organizers are encouraging people to use mass transit to get to and from the event.

Super Bowl 48 (XLVIII) is already being billed as a “mass transit Super Bowl nightmare”

Rick Fuentes, head of the New Jersey State Police, said “This is a mass transit Super Bowl,”

Fuentes said about 1,000 parking spots are going to be available at the stadium, about 40% less than typical for events. He said about half of those will go to buses and half to cars with pre-purchased parking passes.

Fuentes estimated about 12-15,000 spectators will come by light rail and about another 15,000 by bus. To get on one of those trains or buses, Fuentes said passengers will have to show their Super Bowl tickets.

In addition to stadium security, Fuentes said, “Hundreds of other police officers on Sunday are going to be on rail platforms. They’re going to be along rail lines. They’re going to be at bus stations.”

William Bratton commissioner of the New York Police Department, echoed the concern for mass transit attacks.

“We have run a number of table top exercises that take into account any type of scenario that could unfold, a lone wolf type of situation up to and including nuclear radiation issues. Certainly, we’re very well prepared,” said Bratton.

“Certainly, we’re keeping an eye on activities around the world. But as of this time there are no threats directed against this event that we’re aware of. At the same time, one of the benefits of hosting this event here in this region is … the NYPD and its colleagues in the area have some of the most extensive counter terrorism capabilities. … not only detection but response.”

 Mindful of bomb attacks last month on a railway station and bus in the region of the Sochi Olympics in Russia, officials in New York on Wednesday said there will be a massive security presence on the routes to Sunday’s game at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

“We’ve had meetings over the last couple of weeks. Of particular concern to us was what was going on overseas in Volgograd (the Russian city that was the scene of the attacks) related to the Sochi Olympics,” Col. Rick Fuentes, superintendent of the New Jersey State Police, said at a security briefing for the media.

This video from videographer DAHBOO77 discusses todays “White Powder” event and the mass transit concerns surrounding this weekends Super Bowl 

If your going to the Super Bowl this weekend, or have family and friends who are going to attend, make sure they understand the potential for a possible mass transit attack, and suggest they always have an escape plan for every leg of their travel. 

One more thing to question if you will, is why Super Bowl XLVIII will be the first Super Bowl held at an open-air stadium in a “cold-weather” city; previous Super Bowls in cold-weather cities were held at indoor stadiums.

The coldest outdoor Super Bowl of the first 47 games wasSuper Bowl VI, held at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans on January 16, 1972. This raises questions for many people as why would they choose a site in cold weather, with no dome, and a significant transportation issue. Only time will tell, we don’t have much longer to wait. 

Other security issues addressed Wednesday:

Biological or nuclear radiation attacks — “That’s something we worry about every day, all year,” said George Venizelos, assistant director in charge of the FBI in New York. “I’m not going to tell you what we have, but we do have detection devices throughout the city, and it’s something that’s taken very seriously. … We train for this. We have the ability to deal with it.”

Hacking power grids — Jeh Johnson, national secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, said his agency’s Office of Infrastructure Protection is focused on that. “For a largely attended gathering and major event such as this, that does go into our considerations here,” he said.

Avoiding a repeat of last year’s Super Bowl power blackout — “This year we’re going to try to go blackout free and go through the whole thing,” said Jeffrey Miller, NFL vice president/chief security officer. “So we’ve done a lot with power redundancy (backup). In planning for this event, New Jersey authorities have done an excellent job there.”

FYI about the venue for the 2014 Superbowl…
The NFL has a rule that the venue for the Superbowl must either have 50 degree weather in February or be an indoor stadium (domed). In the 47 year history of the Superbowl, only four years has the venue been in cold climes:
#16 Pontiac, MI “Silverdome”
#26 Minneapolis, MN, “Metrodome”
#40 Detroit, MI, “Ford Field” (domed)
#46 Indianapolis, IN, “Lucas Oil Stadium” (retractable roof)
The other 43 Superbowls were in places like Miami, New Orleans, etc. thus satisfying the 50degree rule.
However, the 2014 Superbowl is a first. It is the first time that the game will be played in a non-domed stadium in a cold climate city! The reason for the waiver from the NFL would be interesting to know.
Interestingly, the MetLife Stadium has a few more unique attributes:
+ The largest seating of all the NFL stadiums
+ The most expensive stadium of all the NFL stadiums
+ The only stadium to host two teams: NY Jets, NY Giants
+ The only stadium whose proposed corporate naming sponsor, Allianz, was fought by the Jewish Anti-Defamation League because the German company had strong ties to the Nazi’s in WWII. MetLife was eventually awarded naming rights but the controversy with the German financial giant Allianz remains intriguing.
I don’t know what this all means but it is safe to say that this Sunday’s SuperBowl is being played in the MOST unique venue of all the NFL venues and it is only because someone gave a special waiver for it to happen.
It is against the 48 year standing policy of the NFL to play in a place like this. 

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    • Josey Wales

      Who is the insurance carrier for this stadium and what did their stocks do this week?

    • Ideas Time

      See put options placed on the stock market?

    • Rufus Juice

      two stories in the last 10 days ~

      Illinois train track bomb

      Russian with a suitcase bomb in western PA. Reminds me of the Boston Russians. Talk amongst yourselves.

      • Josey Wales

        Great links Rufus, Thank you.

    • scott

      I heard Larry Silverstein bought the lease on the stadium and got a double indemnity policy covering acts of terrorism.

    • Notanobamabot

      Sorry to say but the very people protecting this event are the very same one’s planning this attack if it does happen. But as always it will be blamed on terrorists like it always is. I do not wear a tin hat and think everyone is out to get us I just don’t trust our government. look at the first liar in chief Bush and all the crap he feed us, and we took the bait hook line and sinker. And for what the petrodollar??? Now we have a new liar in chief and it seems to me he is also walking in the foot steps of the first liar in chief, so no its not about a tin hat its about trust which I no longer have any for this monster we call our government………………

    • bozzchem

      So, the plan is to have snipers at the Super Bowl?

      Let’s say you’re sitting with your family and somebody behind you suddenly acts like an idiot. Some sniper stationed (for the children) takes a shot, misses and blows your child’s head off. Will said sniper be accountable or will they have immunity since they’re “protecting’ the masses?

      This isn’t rocket science and most of these “snipers” aren’t trained to the level of what the military considers a sniper.

      This will end badly.

    • Dustdevil

      For ‘details’ on this game, don’t forget two others:

      AVERAGE Ticket Prices for this event, as of January 29th, 2014, was $7,200 PER TICKET

      As of 6:00PM on January 29th, 2014, ALL SEATS HAD BEEN SOLD to either retail customers OR to 3rd party vendors (ticket agents, bulk buyers, corporations, and of course, SCALPERS).

      So – whatever is about to happen, it’s going to happen to a PACKED STADIUM, and due to being ‘sold-out’, the local ‘blackout’ rules are released, so this will be TELEVISED worldwide with no blackout requirement.

      Yeah, this is going to be really bad.

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    • Ralban

      Looks like you got it wrong again. Try a positive story or a true story instead of tryng to spread fear.


      The goddamn super bowl came and went – where’s your attack??? Idiots

    • Gojiroiscoming

      He swings…..and completely whiffs again!

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