posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 07:18 AM
reply to post by jjsr420
I'm beginning to think that the only elements of conspiracy in this situation revolve around FACILITATION of the attack. As in, the brothers either
casually discussed carrying out an attack/planned some sort of attack, but were immediately caught by those running the most highly advanced national
security measures. These 'black-ops spooks then grabbed one or both brothers, demonstrating they were caught hook, line & sinker, before offering a
deal to enable them to carry out an attack at the direction of the shadow cabal who pull the strings, with significant weaponry provided. The
brothers likely believed they had some sort of protective immunity from the spooks, that they would be enabled to escape the consequences, but on
realising they had been 'burnt' went bat-sh#t crazy trying to escape.
The one they caught alive will be told that if he talks about the deal his whole family will be tortured and killed, or that he himself will be
announced as having died, only to be stowed away somewhere to endure torture for tbe rest of his days. He maybe didn't even know about spook
facilitation until the sh#t hit the fan - thereby explaining his incredibly panicked state of mind which even led him to run over his brother trying
Even worth considering is that they were provided with weapons and a target by a spook posing an Islamic sympathiser, perhaps claiming to be
associated with high ranking Jihadi terror groups.
I am all but past the idea that American national security services can miss any domestic terror plans. 9/11 secured my opinion on the reality of
modern false flag operations, and so even when everything seems to point to independent planning, I have lingering suspicions that SOMEONE in
authority was aware, and either planned it, facilitated it, or allowed it to happen, perhaps secretly aiding the terrorists without their
knowledge (IE - removing security 'red flags' from computer systems that would otherwise lead to their interception by less totalitarian surveillance
teams; such 'red flags might include reports or financial traces connected to unusual or outright suspicious purchases, for example fertiliser in
large quantities. ..)
Or, it might be a genuine case of homegrown Islamic terrorist cells. Though how on Earth the NSA could have missed such an obvious terrorism risk
I'm sure I don't know, considering the older brother was already on the radar. It is a mystery that serves as an indictment of either abject
intelligence failure - or willful inaction to enable another reason to clamp down on freedoms - perhaps serving as a stepping stone to facilitate the
rollout of a specific agenda in areas of administration that we haven't yet considered.
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