News: Credit for coming up with it

Credit for coming up with it

In case you haven't figured out already, our government is always on the move to figure out new ways to extend their control. The CISPA, for one, is one of the best examples, along with "re-education" programs, and racial divide (Trayvon). What I've noticed in the past few months is that their new "ideas" are coming out at an increasingly alarming rate.

Take for example the alleged terror plot to blow up an Ohio bridge. The FBI take credit for stopping this plot and keeping all of us safe and sound. But recent probes have revealed that 3 out of the 5 suspects were mentally ill. One of the suspects, Brandon Baxter, was talked out of committing suicide in February. "Really, from everything I know, this is not something Brandon would think up on his own," said John Pyle, an attorney representing the disturbed 20 year old.

An FBI insider is alleged to be entangled deep in this case. He seems to be the one to instigate and plant these ideas in these guys' heads. "The FBI source – who has been paid '$5750 for services and $550 for expenses' – has prior convictions for cocaine possession (1990), robbery (1991), and four convictions for passing bad checks between 1991 and 2011, according to the bombing complaint. No mention is made, however, of Azir's two pending criminal cases," reports The Smoking Gun.

And the FBI, naturally, takes credit for stopping a terror plot made by themselves. It's not even clever anymore; it's happened so many times, that the New York Times themselves have looked into this problem. And they feel that the FBI are indeed behind this nonsense.

So take a look around the web and just try to see how many incidents just don't sound right. This may either be because the plan was amazingly foiled by our forces, or that the provocators were just plain dumb. Hopefully, you'll notice how numerous these incidents are. Remember, it's just the beginning.

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