Considering their was a 'warning', that rules our al-Qaeda to me.
And the fact that someone called up specifically to say they were part of or affiliated with al-Qaeda, that is suspicious to me, as well. That reeks
of someone trying to push culpability onto them.
So then I start considering other possibilities. If it is TRUE that there are bombs, and it is beginning to look as if it is not, then who would have
the capability and opportunity to conduct such an operation?
The CIA and by proxy the government has a history of creating terrorism and blaming it on other people. Call it a 'false flag', call it blowback, call
it whatever you want...
If you knew your history, you would know this.
And I do not wear a tinfoil hat, mine is made out of paper mache and I decorated it with sparkles and neon markers. Gotta be stylish in today's day
EDIT: Considering the recent discord in the Middle East, it sounds to me as if someone is trying to take advantage of that situation here in the US.
With all the pissed off people around the globe, I would not be surprised if al-Qaeda or any other radical Islamic group tried to pull a stunt here in
the US. However, I think that those types of people are going for shock and awe, as much terror as possible (hence the term 'terrorist'), and possibly
as many casualties and as much confusion as possible. That doesn't seem to be the case here.
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I agree that this could just be a distraction. Something to pull all LEO towards one area in order to pull off a bigger event somewhere else in the
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OR it could just be a prank pulled at 2 separate college campuses and the kid/person trying to get out of a test thought, "Well, I don't want any
suspicion leading back to me... I know! I'll call in another bomb threat at another school and say I am from al-Qaeda!" Perfect plan.
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