Deliberately Provocative (Updated)

Interesting oped that rounds up various excesses of the US government’s collusion with, for example, the private prison industry and surveillance subcontractors, and the overall war on the American people.

Leading the charge is of course traitor and self-dealer and former CIA and NSA chief Michael Hayden:

“They may want to come after the US government, but frankly, you know, the dot-mil stuff is about the hardest target in the United States,” Hayden said, using a shorthand for US military networks. “So if they can’t create great harm to dot-mil, who are they going after? Who for them are the World Trade Centers? The World Trade Centers, as they were for al-Qaida.”

Hayden provided his speculation during a speech on cybersecurity to a Washington group, the Bipartisan Policy Center, in which he confessed to being deliberately provocative.

These creeps made 9/11 happen and profited from it. Really it is that simple. They are being deliberately provocative in the hopes that they can provoke the American people into violent action. Combined with the psychotropic NLWs, they can create terrorism and continue to profit off of their false-flag scheme while expanding their market domestically. (See articles refetenced in the Unverified Report (Update 1)) post below.

That’s also the reason for the Bush administration’s many obvious lies and politicization of the government. It is also why the Obama administration now makes them look like amateurs. (But if you’re a dead black teenager, you can expect a pretty speech, so there’s that. The rest of you: “F*** you, suffer in silence or protest and get treated like terrorists.” –some alleged Constitutional scholar).


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