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German Bomb was Security Test

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posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 12:42 PM
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www.guardian.co.uk...

How surprising that the "terrorist threat" that was predicted a few days before the incident turned out to be a government "test". So now it's okay to scare people even though it's only a test (and then confuse the channels of information so we don't know if it's a test or not). Haven't they ever heard of the story "Boy who cried wolf?"




posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 01:08 PM
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Actually, what makes this story even stranger is that they still don't know just who put that "test bomb" on board. Not even which country. Was it the Germans, the Nambians, the US, the UK, etc.???

The fact that this test went so far without the agency conducting the test notifying them after it was first discovered is very suspect. Almost sounds like maybe it was a "dry run" by either a rogue government group or real terrorists.
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posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 01:19 PM
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The state dept admitted putting the under wear bummer on the plane and then Chertoff used the excuse
to jusifiy the porn scanners he ordered the year before before he was running the porn scanner company and was head of HS....
My god the brown acid is in the water.

How many times do these *clowns have to be exposed before the dummies wake up?



posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 02:15 PM
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While I am aware that the Underwear Bomber was a false flag op, I am not aware of the State Department admitting as much. Do you have links to that important information?



posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 02:31 PM
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I second that. I would love to see it. I'd heard he was taken aside for extra screening and still let on the plane.



posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 02:41 PM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
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I second that. I would love to see it. I'd heard he was taken aside for extra screening and still let on the plane.


www.infowars.com...

Here is an article where they talk about how Mutallab was under investigation, so they were tracking him on some type of mission, where they let him on the plane to blow it up. Now remember that the passenger, or so they claim, stopped the terrorist. Either the state department set this up just to make themselves look good, meaning the act wasn't real, or they let him on to see if he would do it? thereby giving cause to blame Al-laki, but if Awlaki is a CIA-lackey, then obviously they know he's behind it. Can someone help me understand a view that doesn't involve them allowing it to happen?

Maybe if he was undercover, or they were investigating him undercover, maybe they could then use that information to stop a wider terrorist plot, but wouldn't that mean they would have prevented him from boarding the plane at all? If they waited until he did something, why didn't officials on the plane take him down? Why did they let a passenger do it? I want answers.



posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 06:22 PM
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Germany's De Maiziere Says Suspect Bag in Namibia Was U.S. Test Device


A suspected bomb found in a bag at a Namibian airport two days ago didn’t contain explosives and was a mockup device made by a U.S. company designed to expose lax security, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said.

Officials at Germany’s Federal Criminal Office, or BKA, traveled to Windhoek to examine the luggage and concluded that the contraption was a dummy, de Maiziere said at a conference in Hamburg televised by N-TV today. Such devices “are intended to uncover security gaps,” he said. The U.S. firm, which he didn’t name, makes alarm and detection systems. The BKA is continuing its probe to try and determine who placed the baggage there, he said.

The incident occurred as German authorities stepped up security at airports and railway stations after receiving “concrete indications” that Islamist extremists plan to stage an attack in the country later this month. Germany sent a team of experts to Namibia after police discovered the suspect device including a detonator in baggage that was about to be loaded onto a plane bound for Munich.



posted on Nov, 19 2010 @ 07:04 PM
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Well surprise, surprise! Probably a U.S. CIA agent put the dumby-bomb on board the aircraft. Mission Accomplished.

Gotta keep the perception of threat alive! (even if there is no real, serious, impending threat, gotta sell those Full Body Scanners people!).



posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 07:19 AM
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the 'funny' thing is..on zeit.de..one of the biggest and most respected newspapers.....the comments section in every article that mentions this terror attack sounds like its full of ATS members...its amazing..almost everyone is saying..'well..i dont want to sound like a conspiracy theorist..but this stinks'..or..'our real enemy is the state'..or..'they just want to surveil us more'..etc..

incredible..people really are waking up...that could however be a dangerous thing..tptb will see this and know they need to try and prove theres a danger...i honestly see something coming..

here..apparently the german reichstag was the terror attack target...how ironic..

www.zeit.de...
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posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 07:58 AM
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Originally posted by harrytuttle

Almost sounds like maybe it was a "dry run" by either a rogue government group or real terrorists.


I just don't go for any of these "dry-run" scenarios or threats. Put yourself in the position of the bad guys for a moment. You are planning on striking targets, would you seriously issue threat statements, thus tipping off the authorities at the target location and giving them a chance to harden security? Of course not!
Likewise, would you really want to damage your reputation as a successful and fearsome entity by claiming responsibility for failed attempts which make you look kinda lame? Again, of course not!

All these alleged threats and failed bombings are nothing more than fear propaganda, carried out by the very people who then step up to protect us by taking away more of our liberties and selling expensive solutions.
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posted on Nov, 20 2010 @ 08:30 AM
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Germany's minister reveals the bomb was US made

www.dailymail.co.uk...



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