Originally posted by Asktheanimals
reply to post by dr_strangecraft
I would pay cash and tell them if they need a name, address and phone number to go find another customer cause I'm shopping elsewhere!
If you notice on the right hand column, the FBI duly notes that none of these activities in and of itself represents suspicious activity. They were
probably thinking about the same concerns you were. Personally, my family does more and more purchases in cash; if you write a check, there's no
telling how long the retailer will hold it before submitting it to your bank. We've had someone submit a check 4 MONTHS after I wrote it. Nearly
over-drew us. So we do cash as much as possible. Especially when it's one of my hobbies.
When I was a LEO, one of the saddest things was working an investigation, and how many times you heard the same thing; not the "he was such a quiet
guy" b.s. the media always hypes---just the opposite. You interview witness, and have the heartache of them admitting "if we had only called the
cops, he looked so crazy to us--but we didn't want to get into trouble....."
Denver does seem to be the locus of some odd activity - this FBI flier, military activity on highways, etc.
We haven't had a false flag operation in the midwest since the OKC bombing.
Y'know, sometime you & I could probably have a productive discussion on that topic. I was on duty when OKC exploded. I watched the FBI and other
reports that came over the wire. Personally, I am convinced that the FBI was not privy to whatever was done at the Murrah building. The reason I say
that is, their demeanor (which had been very haughty and imperious beforehand, when dealing with non-federal offices), changed the next day. They
started acting like civilian LEOs: introducing themselves, inviting you in to their investigations and explaining just why they needed access to
evidence or a witness. Where it had been "We're the FBI, we'll handle this," it suddenly became, "I'm agent Jones of the F.I.B., we're working
this crime in your jurisdiction, and with your help we can get justice for the victims." The difference was night and day.
That said, I also saw the first dispatches from their HQ, looking for two anglos and a person of Hispanic or Middle Eastern descent
claimed McVeigh as one and Nichols eventually as the other perp. But after that first day, we never heard again anything about a third person of
interest. As I recall, OSBI and FBI tried to make it that the third was a poor description of Nichols; but he wasn't even on the scene, according to
the official story line.
I'll tell you something else as well. The OSBI team, sifting through the wreckage outside the federal facility, found a foot in a military boot;
according to some reports, the leg was wearing camouflage clothing. That foot was never connected to any missing person, and never mentioned in the
And then here's a fourth thing. If you park a rental truck full of ANFO in front of a tall building, your radius of debris will need to point
from the truck. If you find the axle of the truck a block away from truck, but it has building debris associated with it, then paranoid
people with think that the bomb was inside the building all along
and that the original blast was located there and merely detonated the van as
the expanding shockwave reached it....
They certainly want to demonize militias in the worst kind of way, my suspicion if they did a false flag would be a bombing tied to a militia
Agreed. I only went to 2 militia meetings, but they were just like the leftist meetings back when I was a college student. There was always one guy
in the back, who wanted us to bring a gun to a demonstration, who wanted to bring drugs to a protest, and who started shouting obscenities at the
crowd. It was always a guy that no one else knew very well, and he was always the biggest gun nut of the entire day. Back when I was a leftist, he
was the guy who was sick the day everything went wrong. Like Paulie Gatto in the Godfather. you know what i'm saying; "leave the gun, take the
Anyway, the Murrah building is practically ancient history these days. Personally, and I know you won't agree with this, I think the government has
been editing OUT the presence of a particular ethnicity, because we "aren't fighting Islam." But I saw reports of a middle eastern person at OKC.
There were reports from fishermen that TWA 800
was shot down by a surface to air missle, and
that ME men had rented a boat to go fishing in the general area that day....
Anyway, guess I have a lot of steam about those things I haven't needed to vent in a while.
all the best.