FBI Warns: Muslim terrorists plan to Attack Fuel Storage Plants Inside U.S.
But remember, sheeple, it's not the Muslim terrorists slaughtering, bombing and blowing up soft targets that's the problem. No.
It is the few of us who talk about it. Yes, we are the danger. Confused? Then you are a racist-islamophobic-anti-jihad-slaughtering bigot.
Fuel storage attack plans mimic the jihad attack on the BP gas complex in Algeria where Muslim terrorists kidnapped 600 hostages targeting infidels from Western nations, America, too, while all the Muslim captives were released immediately, of course. The remaining foreign hostages were slaughtered.
But the reality is that the Muslim group that attacked the BP gas complex jihad massacre of "infidels" said it was only the beginning, promises "dozens of Merahs." Merah refers to the devout Muslim murderer who opened fire on a Jewish Day School in Toulouse France and slaughtered small Jewish children and Rabbi in cold blood.
"U.S. oil group says FBI warns fuel storage operators to be on alert" Reuters, September 13, 2013 (thanks to Claude)
Reuters) - U.S. officials have warned energy companies to be on the alert for "potential terrorist activities" at fuel storage plants but there were no immediate threats, an oil industry group told members on Friday.
The Petroleum Marketers Association of America told members the Federal Bureau of Investigation "is concerned about terrorists attempting to purchase or steal fuel from a bulk plant to use in a weapon of mass destruction."
The PMAA said it sent members a message on Friday after the FBI handed out the warning at an energy conference last week ahead of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington.
The FBI had no immediate comment.
The PMAA message to members said the FBI warned fuel marketers should be on alert for new customers who are not from the area, drivers who are not familiar with truck or vehicle operations, and people who store fuel in unusual locations or containers.
A senior law enforcement official in the New York area said he was unaware of any alert or any threat to oil storage plants. A senior national security officer said he was not aware of any "acute alert" related to fuel storage facilities.