posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 11:58 AM
Having read the posting as put out by the Op, there are a few things that can be stated:
It does not matter to me, what religion a person is. I could care less if they are this, that or the other. Nor do I as a citizen of the United
States of America, care what the color of a person skin happens to be. We are a melting pot, very colorful in our own right. What disturbs me more
than anything, when it comes to this or that community, is that instead of trying to be a part of the country, it is always (group) first and citizen
second. It is never, these days, Americans, but Muslim Americans, or African Americans, or Gay Americans, or Christian Americans. It seems as though
the country, community, county, city and state all take a second stance and back seat to everything else.
While I do not know what is going on in Ok, beyond 2 people are claiming to be Muslim, one who beheaded a person, another in jail for threatening to
do such, gives the community there a bad name. How can one ask for equality, when they themselves set themselves apart from the rest of the society
or country that they live?
Is this due to the government or something else, we really cannot say. We have no evidence that points one way or the other. Nor are we sure what
all is going on, save it is appearing that a few of the Islamic community are starting to raise up in an attempt to cause problems, for the rest, to
try to get others to either follow them or to draw attention away from something else.
If it is a government false flag, the reason is simple, it is right there in the state itself, not cause it is a gate way state, or holds any
strategic importance, except for one, that is that Oklahoma holds a lot of Native tribes and reservations. If I was the government going to do a
false flag, and oh say take over said reservations, and have a legal precedent, it would be a key way. The Reservations there in Ok, the tribes have
not been involved in any rabble rousing or been in the eye of the country. Mostly they are quiet. If the federal government can establish taking
them over, then it would prove very bad for the rest of the tribes, and others that have been in the eye of the country.
We can only wait and see what comes out of the 2 events that happened there, to see if it is or is not and what the outcome is. Make no mistake, I do
not trust or believe either side. I do not believe the Federal government, as it lies to its people, nor do I believe the Islamic community for its
ties to certain organizations, like CAIR, who also lies for its own purpose. So if both main groups lie, then who is one to believe?