Sources at the White House have warned people that a terrorist threat is imminent, and "could happen in days", although it is much more likely to take place under cover of darkness.
The plan for more terror was unveiled as a reaction to the complaint by some Republicans that there hasn't been any 'real terror' - that's really terrifying stuff - for ages, and that "even a little terror is better than no terror at all".
Chief exponent of terror and terrorism, enthusiastic warmonger President George W. Bush told members of the Press that Iran was a likely target, as were France and North Korea, but that nowhere was being ruled out, not even the Faroe Islands.
Another keen terrorist, former British Prime Minister Tony Bliar, in the US to promote his autobiography I'm A Lying 'Cake', said:
"I miss the terror. I have my wife, but it's not the same."
President Bush, in a speech to Congress, claimed that veterans of the Afghan and Iraqi conflicts were pleading with him to visit more outright terror on rogue states that "had been asking for it lately". He said:
"The men are soldiers. They enjoy soldiering, and where there's soldiering to be done, who better than a bunch of soldiers to soldier on with it. Amen."