It's intriguing to note the following points:
- WHO, and a whole bunch of agencies, had been stressing the risk of the use of Anthrax (especially) as a biological weapon, even though tests by the British and American armed forces during World War 2 showed that it is actually a pretty useless device. It sits pretty much where you put it - such a weapon would need to be airborne. You also need a hell of a lot of it, for it to be of any significance. (Only one, out of three contaminated in Florida, actually died. And probably a lot more were exposed. Something like Ebola kills 9 out of 10.)
- Anthrax requires an incubation period of something in the order of 50-60 days. And that assumes an active sample. Bacteria can go inert, when the conditions are too hostile for them, and revive themselves later.
- Somehow, the combination of delivery time of the letter, the time the letter spent unopened, reactivation time and incubation period, very nearly coincided with the attacks themselves. This would require someone with some detailed knowledge of all the different steps along the way.
- The Anthrax has been traced to a US laboratory.
We can assume that the event is related, simply because people don't get Anthrax in their mail, as a general rule, AND the various health organizations had stipulated that specific form as the "most likely" threat, but not outside of that 50-60 day period.
The most probable scenario: Someone with a vested interest in beefing up defences against a biological threat obtained the Anthrax samples, knowing in advance that it would offer a good media scare, but (because Anthrax has very poor mobility) would not generate an -actual- threat. It would create a lot of fuss, a lot of excitement and a lot of waves, but very few fatalities.
How is this related to the announcements? Well, the only people likely to have a vested interest are people involved in producing pharmacuticals or other health-related stuff, on a VERY large scale, or who would likely win a contract to produce such. Any organization on this scale is going to have more than a few people in WHO who are listening.
How does this relate to the terror attacks? The WHO announcements also mentioned terrorism. This is not something that was on everyone's mind, up until the attacks happened. Whatever got WHO (which has ignored this particular threat, for a LONG time) to make that specific link must have been something more than a bored, idle remark.
In short, the two events might not be -directly- related, but they are almost certainly indirectly related. The way in which we've been psyched up to EXPECT such an attack is just too coincidental. We're WANTING the Florida case to be terrorism, almost.
Does this mean the US Government is involved? Well, at the very least, by reason of inaction. Biological material is very carefully handled (for obvious reasons!) and whatever the various health organizations knew, the US Government knew. If there was a specific threat, which WHO was responding to, then the Government would have been obliged to take specific action.
In the worst-case scenario, it is possible to imagine that the whole thing was set up by the US Government. A set of remarkably self-contained tragedies occur, over a small time-frame, preceded by dire warnings by world organizations of terror, disease and death. And just around the time the US economy crashes beyond hope of quick recovery, and at a time the US President has successfully pissed off every major power & super-power on the Globe, requiring something spectacular to avoid apologising to anyone.
Here is the key factor, implicating some very skilled planning and execution - these events are ALL remarkably self-contained. If the jets had hit at a different angle, one of the engines might have ripped off, and gone through another building. It's possible that, given the leverage those aircraft had, by hitting so high, that they could have caused both buildings to tip, as they crumbled, causing far greater casualties.
Yet BOTH aircraft managed to collide at trajectories that caused very self-contained damage. Damage outside of the two buildings was very self-contained. Contrast that to the Lockerbie disaster, where bits of aircraft essentially destroyed an entire town, in a series of catastrophic disasters.
As "terrorism" goes, this is remarkably clean. So clean, it squeeks. This is NOT enough to convict any specific organization, or even be grounds for suspicion against anyone specific. Though it might be grounds for someone to get some WD-40. However, it might persuade skeptics that, at the very least, it would be worth somebody's effort (and preferably somebody neutral) to pursue an investigation of the more unsettling aspects of these events.
(I'm not saying an investigation of the US Govt, or anyone else, specifically. Were such an investigation to take place, it would be essential that it be neutral, and operate on the grounds that you base theories on the facts, not your facts on your favourite theory.)