Another Dubious Terrorist Attack: Christmas Tree Bomber
Sizzling underpants, a toy clock with the wrong type of fertilizer, Al Qaeda ink cartridges.
The string of dubious “terrorist” bomb attacks in the last year have destroyed something. Not their alleged targets, but the credibility of our western governments, security agencies and media networks; that have lied and covered up the full details of the attacks.
We are told the “terrorists” are organized and sophisticated, ready to strike at any moment and capable of circumventing our advanced security systems. Yet in all of these alleged attacks not one has come anywhere near harming anybody. If Al Qaeda is truly responsible, they are quite clearly unorganized, bumbling dumbasses. We have more chance of being hit by a car or dying from a bee sting than getting caught up in one of these sloppy charades.
And we can add one more to the list. As reported by the BBC:
A teenager has been arrested in the US state of Oregon after allegedly plotting to carry out a car bomb attack at a Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Somali-born Mohamed Osman Mohamud, 19, was arrested after reportedly making a telephone call he thought would set off the bomb in the centre of Portland.
However, the bomb was a fake supplied by agents in a sting operation.
Mr Mohamud is a naturalised US citizen who had allegedly been in contact with an associate in north-west Pakistan.
He has been charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.
If Al Qaeda are so sophisticated you’d think this bomber would have spotted a dud device a mile off.
However this is an irrelevant point. What this report reveals is far more sinister; the very real link between secret agents and the terrorists, or more accurately the bumbling patsies groomed by secret agents until they become terrorists.
We have to ask the question, would this guy have come anywhere near carrying out an attack if agents hadn’t given him a bomb (albeit fake)?
Would the Detroit Underwear Bomber have smoked out his undergarments if he wasn’t escorted by an agent on to the plane and if higher-ups in the intelligence agencies hadn’t stopped his passport from being revoked?
Would the Times Square Bomber have gotten as radical if he wasn’t in contact with Anwar al-Awlaki, an intelligence asset who dined at the Pentagon after 9/11?
These are the questions that aren’t being asked by our mainstream media.
Information on this incident is scarce, but it has clearly been blown out of proportion. If the security services knew Mohamud had intent to carry out an attack and had some form of planning, they should have arrested him for conspiracy to carry out an attack. Instead they supply him with a dud bomb so the sensationalist mainstream media can churn out another round of fearmongering headlines to support the war on terror.
All we are told is that he had been in contact with an extremist in Pakistan via email. Is there any real way to know who that person was? Anyone can send emails to impressionable young Muslims, inciting them to carry out attacks.
A lot more on this will likely surface in the coming week, but even now any intelligent person cannot deny the contrived nature of this latest dud attack.