http://bit.ly/13pgrGz “Mind control is being taken into a theater, shoved into a seat, and hearing the doors lock behind you. Then the play on the stage is all you’re allowed to see. That’s politics. The leaders are the leaders. The army is the army. The enemy is the enemy. The media that report all this are the media.” – Jack True, hypnotherapist, political analyst, and expert on mind control. BOSTON, MA – APRIL 15: Massachusetts State Police guard an area near Kenmore Square after two bombs exploded during the 117th Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts.(Photo by Alex Trautwig/Getty Images) Press TV April 21, 2013 Three people were killed in dual bomb blasts that struck the popular “Boston Marathon” annual running event on Monday, 15 April 2013. Among the 144 persons treated for injuries were eight children; 25 were in serious condition and 17 were critical; 10 had amputated limbs. U.S. Federal authorities were quick to classify the bombing as a terrorist attack but declared the explosive devices themselves were small, crude bombs without high-grade explosive material. Two hotels in the vicinity were evacuated, subway service was halted, flights over the blast area were restricted by the FAA; even an area near the west wing of the White House was cleared. Besides the two bombs that went off near the finish line of the race at approximately 2:45 p.m., three other explosive devices may have been involved: one was found at a nearby hotel, and two others at undisclosed locations. Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis stated that only one bomb was in police custody, while Massachusetts Democratic Representative Bill Keating claimed that two more were also found. A member of the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee, Keating called the bombing a “sophisticated, coordinated, planned attack.” Later reports, however, indicated that the two bombs that detonated were in fact crude devices improvised from six-liter pressure cookers, and were filled with nails and metal pellets. Bomb fragments and other debris was expedited to the FBI laboratory in Quantico, Virginia in an attempt to find evidence pointing to a suspect but even two days later, no one was in custody nor had anyone or any group claimed responsibility. Nevertheless, police were immediately put on alert for a “darker-skinned or black male,” possibly with a foreign accent, while a Saudi national with a leg injury was under guard at a hospital. As one media outlet put it, the attack had all the “Middle East terrorist hallmarks.”Three days later, the FBI was circulating photos of two rather ordinary looking alleged suspects who were considered “to be armed and extremely dangerous.” Naturally, al-Qaida was suspected of being behind the bombing, since detailed instructions and photos showing how to make a “pressurized cooker” bomb appeared in the terrorist organization’s online magazine, “Inspire,” issue No. 1, summer 2010. Investigators even speculated that al-Qaida of the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) had successfully planted a terrorist cell on U.S. soil, and that possibly five bombers and up to 10 others were involved in the Boston Marathon operation.Based in Yemen, AQAP was allegedly behind the 25 December 2009 bombing attempt of a Northwest Airlines flight by Omar Farouk Abdulmutallab. Now, according to the U.S. National Counter terrorism Center, AQAP has expanded its scope of operations well beyond U.S. interests in and around the Yemeni capital San’aa to include targets inside the American homeland. Strangely enough, the media wing of al-Qaida seems to be as much in the dark as the FBI as to which “jihadi”actually carried out the attack. Examining different issues of “Inspire” clarifies the role al-Qaida has played in past U.S. psyops operations. For instance, issue no. 7 entitled “The Greatest Operation of All Time,” which celebrates the “Expeditions of Washington and New York,” as the strikes are called in terrorist parlance, was published on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon in Washington. The magazine clearly explains the events of September 11, 2001 in perfect congruence with the version promulgated in the Western propaganda: “The story of 9/11 is the story of jihad. It is the story of a small band of men who were guided by Allah, made the intentions to fight, trained on the battlefields and then culminated their struggle with martyrdom to end up their short, but eventful lives, in meeting their Lord.” For comparison, an example of the Western narrative can be found in the 9/11 Commission Report in the chapter entitled “What to do? A Global Strategy,” where the authors write: “Our enemy is twofold: al Qaeda, a stateless network of terrorists that struck us on 9/11; and a radical ideological movement in the Islamic world, inspired in part by al Qaeda, which has spawned terrorist groups and violence across the globe.” Elsewhere in “Inspire” issue no. 7 is an anti-Iranian article entitled “Iran and the Conspiracy Theories.” The article, in this the supposed official “house organ” of al-Qaida, is significant since it underscores two U.S. propaganda objectives: First, denouncing as conspiracy theorists those who question the published reports of the World Trade Center and Pentagon terrorist attacks; and second, vilifying Iran as the only government that dares to question the official U.S. narrative. In it, the author writes: “The Iranian government has professed on the tongue of its President Ahmadinejad that it does not believe that al Qaeda was behind 9/11 but rather, the U.S. government. So we may ask the question: why would Iran ascribe to such a ridiculous belief that stands in the face of all logic and evidence?” Answering his own question, the author accuses Iran of desiring to do to the U.S. what al-Qaida claims to have done: namely, carry out the 9/11 attacks. And since al-Qaida beat Iran to the punch, so to speak, the author claims “it was necessary for the Iranians to discredit 9/11 and what better way to do so [than] conspiracy theories.” The author concludes, “Iran and the Shi’a in general do not want to give al Qaeda credit for the greatest and biggest operation ever committed against America.” The convergence of U.S. hegemonic objectives and al-Qaida’s dogma as stated in their “official” publication should now be clear: they are virtually identical as can be seen from the above excerpts. Both the U.S. and al-Qaida are targeting Iran: with the U.S. the pretext is Iran’s peaceful nuclear program and with al-Qaida it is Iran’s Shi’a Islamic faith. So by maintaining the myth of an enduring al-Qaida threat, the U.S. has an excuse for launching wars against “terrorism” to pursue its hegemonic goals in the Middle East, and an enemy to blame for its appropriately timed internal psyop “terrorist attacks,” which are designed to frighten its citizenry into submission, thus keeping them docile and obedient, and nullifying any spirit of resistance.As al-Qaida itself admits, the U.S. “mainly depends on psychological warfare. That’s because it possesses vast propaganda tools,” and homespun terrorist attacks are but one of them. Not wasting any time, U.S. legislators are using the Boston bomb attack as an excuse to further undermine civil rights and privacy of Americans by arguing for passage of legislation to permit private companies to disclose cyber information to the U.S. government. Republican Representative Mike Rogers of Michigan, author of the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA),claims the bill does not allow the government free rein to monitor the internet, but civil rights groups disagree. Arguing for passage of tougher immigration laws, Republican Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa asked, “How can individuals evade authorities and plan such attacks on our soil? How can we beef up security checks on people who wish to enter the United States?” Speculation over the Islamist terrorist group behind the bombings has now shifted from al-Qaida to the Chechen Mujahedin after a young man, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was captur
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