Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Protecting the bomb makers

There is some spectacular material out there on the human condition if you peer into the abyss of supremacists:  "Israeli poet apologizes for comparing Ahed Tamimi to Anne Frank" (Ofir) and "Caitlyn Jenner Is A Champion For Israel — And Jewish Values" (Boteach)!

"Washington Widens the War in Syria by Provoking Turkey" (Whitney):  "A five-year-old child could have figured out that Turkey wasn’t going to sit-back and let the US establish a Kurdish state on its border without putting up a fight."  This is pure President Jared working Yinon, and he doesn't give a shit about trading in Turkey as an ally for some rag-tag collection of Kurds who are going to get crushed.

"US blinks under Turkish pressure in Syria" (Bhadrakumar).  Unfortunately, due to the stranglehold that President Jared has over Trump (because Ivanka), the American acknowledgment of the stark realities of the situation is going to be delayed until much more damage is done.

"Miscalculations in Israel Could Pave Way to Wider War" (Crooke).  If you wanted to analyze it, the Israelis are placing increasingly high-risk bets, and piling one such bet on top of others, a mark of desperation that will certainly eventually lead to disaster for the Khazars.

Cough, cough:  "Syria - Neo-Conservatives Demand "Action" - Hope For A Larger War" (Moon).

"Modern Asia’s “Win-Win” Model Has Averted War Between Turkey, Iran and Russia" (Garrie).  The Chinese model is not 'good for the Jews', or any of the Ziowahhabicans.  The Zionist model involves:
  1. tricking your enemies into fighting each other;
  2. false-flags;
  3. Yinonization through driving wedges between groups within countries; and
  4. proxy armies.
None of these tricks and manipulations work if all parties are trying to cooperate for greater collective prosperity.

"Remembering Investigative Journalist Robert Parry" (Soloman).  A reminder of just how awful - seriously, unbelievably, awful - 99.9% of the professional liars who call themselves 'journalists' really are.

"Why Is the FBI Ignoring Bomb-Maker Connected to Tsarnaevs?" (Henry).  Orders of sophistication more than something made in 'the kitchen of your Mom'.  On Daniel Morley (miraculously, McPhee is a journalist without scare quotes):
"Recently, Newsweek published an article with the provocative headline: “Whoever Built the Boston Marathon Bombs Is Still on the Loose, Able to Kill Again.” In it, Boston-based investigative journalist Michele McPhee reviews a perplexing case involving bomb-making materials discovered two months after the Marathon bombing. This case was brought against a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) employee, Daniel Morley, only to be subsequently dismissed.

What’s perplexing is that there were a number of suggestive similarities between the bomb-making materials found in Morley’s bedroom and the materials used to construct the bombs that exploded at the Boston Marathon finish line. And this was not the only “coincidental” connection between Morley and the Tsarnaevs.

The Newsweek article expands on previous reporting McPhee did for her book about the marathon bombing, Maximum Harm: The Tsarnaev Brothers, the FBI, and the Road to the Marathon bombing. Among other startling revelations, McPhee’s book reports a significant strain of skepticism among Boston’s local law enforcement that the feds revealed all they know about the backstory of Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

And, as McPhee documents throughout the Newsweek article, multiple local law enforcement officers who were involved in the Morley case before the FBI came in remain baffled as to why the charges against Morley weren’t pursued further.

Less than two months after the bombing, police responded to a domestic disturbance in the small suburb of Topsfield outside of Boston, according to a police report reviewed by McPhee. Morley, 27 years old at the time, had allegedly attacked his mother and her boyfriend — both of whom then fled the house and called the police. Morley’s mother, Glenda Duckworth, told the police her son was acting erratically — behavior that had been building over the previous eight weeks, according to McPhee.

After a tense four-hour standoff in which Morley threatened to burn the house down and hijack an airplane, police finally coaxed him out of the house and sent him off to a mental health facility for treatment.

But when police searched Morley’s bedroom, they found something startling: “His room was a well-stocked bomb-making facility, and it had several components identical to those in the explosive devices used at the Boston Marathon,” McPhee writes in Newsweek.

There was “a staggering cache of explosive materials: metallic BBs, electrical wires, batteries, cell phone parts, circuit boards … buckets of aluminum foil, bags of powdery rice flour, tubs of chemicals, hobby fuse and wires … [and] fire starters.” He also had various firearms, ammunition and knives. A shed on the property that his mother described as a “work area” contained even more “known elements in homemade bombs.”

Most chillingly, he had a six-quart Fagor pressure cooker just like the ones that had exploded among marathon spectators only weeks before. Police also found an even bigger 24-quart pressure cooker in a closet next to a bag of fertilizer commonly used to make explosives.

Is it possible that Morley was just a copycat inspired by the Marathon bombing? McPhee told WhoWhatWhy in an email that the Topsfield police report indicates Morley was in possession of the materials “before the Boston Marathon [bombing].”

According to a state trooper McPhee spoke with, FBI agents showed up on scene without having been called. The FBI ultimately seized the evidence that Topsfield police had collected — only to return it months later with the terse and vague statement “we didn’t find anything,” a Topsfield police commander told Newsweek.

Morley was initially charged by the Essex County prosecutor “with two counts of assault and battery, making a bomb/hijack threat and a threat to commit a crime.”

But the charges were ultimately dropped. The prosecutor did not explain the decision other than to issue a statement through his spokesperson: “Mr. Morley must comply with Department of Health, including medications, and not abuse his family.” The Essex County spokesperson referred all questions to the FBI.

The Bureau refused to answer any of Newsweek’s questions related to Morley. WhoWhatWhy reached out to the FBI requesting comment on the Newsweek article, but did not receive a response.

The FBI’s handling of Morley’s case is especially curious when one considers the way the Bureau has dealt with other individuals suffering from psychological problems who have engaged in any kind of activity associated with terrorism.

The FBI has ensnared dozens of individuals with mental health problems in elaborate terrorism “stings.” In many cases, paid undercover informants lured these individuals into a terroristic plot in an effort to see if they’d take the bait — even going so far as to provide the person of interest with the means to carry out a bogus attack (See here, here, here and here).

In the Morley case, the FBI failed to prosecute an individual who had allegedly amassed all the materials needed to carry out a real attack like the one that caused so much death and destruction at the Boston Marathon.

Ultimately, Morley was held at three different mental health facilities for about two years, then released about a month after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial concluded. One local cop remarked to McPhee: “That’s a good way to keep someone out of sight until the trial is over.”"
"According to McPhee, “investigators” — it’s not clear which investigators — “suspect Morley also knew Tamerlan — they were in the same criminal justice class at Bunker Hill community college in 2008 and were both devotees of mixed martial arts.”"
Of course, the same FBI has just been caught red-handed in plotting a coup d'état by treasonously subverting an American election (and all we hear about is that rascal Putin, and Facebook!).

"The Mexican Border-Crossing App That Suddenly Disappeared" (Anderson). Either alt-right trolling or somebody's idea of performance art.

I am 100% certain that somebody is blackmailing Lindsay:  "Authoritarianism expert: Russia hacked Lindsey Graham’s personal emails so Trump may be blackmailing him". 100%!

"Let's Keep Donald Trump" (Giraldi).  It has always been obvious that Pence is there to protect Trump from what the bullet dodgers of the Secret Service won't do.

"Trump Refuses To Impose New Sanctions On Russia" (Durden).  Note the spin from traitors:  "Trump Refuses To Impose Congress-Mandated Russian Sanctions" (Kuns).

Note also how moving the doomsday clock hands, while Trump is doing all he can to prevent WWIII while his enemies continue to warmonger, is conclusive proof that the 'scientists' care not a whit about nuclear war, with the 'clock' just another Zionist propaganda operation.

Cough, cough:  "‘Is whistleblowing worth prison or a life in exile?’: Edward Snowden talks to Daniel Ellsberg".

Cough:  "Denying the Obvious: Leftists and Crimestop" (Curtin):
"There are two famous left-wing American intellectuals, one dead and one living, who are often intoned to support this work of propaganda by omission: Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn, both of whom dismissed the killing of JFK and the attacks of September 11 as inconsequential and not worthy of their attention."
You know what they say - once you see it, you can't unsee it.
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