Inspiring post and thoughts, Guerrero.Guerrero wrote: (...)
Ok. Next thought. Someone earlier posted what's the purpose of this fake terror attack? And then went on to theorize it was a practice in Martial Law tactics. Maybe. But personally I believe that this is to reenergize the narrative in the American's public's mind that Muslims Are Terrorists and never trust your fellow muslim, those in America or abroad. Maybe they feel that American's have become too complacent and accepting of muslims? And don't want that to happen because there are just still to many wars fought and financial/power gains to be made with having the american citizen supporting govt efforts in ambushing muslim nations.
I agree that one of the main 'messages' of this umpteenth post-9/11 psyop is that "Muslims Are Terrorists". To be sure, the rogue leaders of the "democratic Western world" (henceforth: "the perps") keep looting and pillaging Muslim/Arabic nations, so we Western citizens need to be fed with the notion that this is all fair and just - since "those horrible jihadists keep menacing our way of life". However, there are multiple memes being pushed here - one of them being to make the public embrace the perps' state-funded police & military forces (the perps' personal bodyguards) as the 'heroic lifeguards' ... of the people! Nothing new, of course, but surely more and more people are becoming aware of this ravingly absurd state of affairs: we the (oppressed) people/taxpayers are financing the protection and security of our own oppressors!
Surely, another motive for staging those recurring "9/11-style" (minor) psyops - Tucson, Aurora, Sandy Hook, Boston, etc - must be some form of damage control, i.e. to cover the asses of the aforementioned perps who, of course, have been caught with their pants down pulling off the 9/11 hoax with prefabricated computer imagery. See, we can debate this forever, but I frankly don't think they were so keen/prepared/or purposely dropped clues for us to expose their primary method of mass deception. It may sound counterintuitive for them to keep at it (staging fake terror events with fake imagery and fake victims) - but it's not: once you start spinning a big flywheel of lies, your only choice is to keep it spinning. The perps cannot afford to stop it - and they know it. What they CAN do, however, is to use the wheel's momentum to keep the public hypnotized by its circular motion.
I find it quite entertaining to sit back and watch them squeeze the fading horse(shit)power of their MSM propaganda machine - what with their pathetic attempts to demean and ridicule the intelligence of alert and inquisitive minds. How long do they think they can get away with it? Hard to tell - but let me share with you this recent 'discrediting bomb' dropped upon the wider "internet community" - as whipped up by the BBC:
Boston bombing: How internet detectives got it very wrong
By Dave Lee Technology reporter, BBC News - 19 April 2013
"Internet users tried for days to piece together clues about the culprits of the Boston bombings. The result? They got it wrong - and left innocent people fearing for their safety. Many are now asking: should "crowd-sourced investigations" be stopped?"
Please take the time to read that BBC article. Basically, the article goes on accusing (generically) the wider "internet sleuthing community" for having erroneously accused the wrong (muslim) terrorist for the "Boston bombings" - a 22-year-old named "Sunil Tripathi" ("Spiritual Hint"?). Of course, the main image of that article is the above picture of a SWAT team, you know, 'real men' who we should all trust for our safety - since they know darn well what they are doing!