April 18, 2010
Former president Bill Clinton has told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer he is worried that anti-government rhetoric will lead to violence and another Oklahoma City. He said he is concerned about people opposed to the government using the internet.
Government defined terrorists, Clinton said, “can communicate with each other much faster and much better than they did before. The main thing that bothered us since the time of Oklahoma City was that already, there was enough use of the Internet that if you knew how to find a Web site — and not everybody even had a computer back then, but if you knew how to find it, you could learn, for example, how to make a bomb” like the one used to bring down the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, killing 168 people.
Beyond the obvious propaganda designed to link the Tea Party movement to domestic terrorism — a sign that the government is indeed desperate to discredit growing opposition — Bill Clinton’s remarks reveal just how alarmed the establishment is over the opposition’s use of the internet as an organizational and educational tool. Traditional corporate media propaganda avenues are now avoided by growing numbers of Americans who no longer trust the government and the lies it disseminates via the corporate media.
Clinton also appeared on ABC where he repeated his assertion that opposition to the government is domestic terrorism (he has yet to use that specific term, however). Once again, he brought up the specter of Oklahoma City. “And we shouldn’t demonize the government or its public employees or its elected officials. We can disagree with them,” Clinton told Jack Tapper. “We ought to remember after Oklahoma City, we learned something about the difference in disagreement and demonization.”
He launched the effort to blur the lines between legitimate anti-government opposition and the documented false flag attack in Oklahoma on Friday during a speech at the Center for American Progress Action Fund in California.
Monday is the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing and the premeditated government massacre that slaughtered 76 people in Waco, more than 20 of them children. Clinton was president at the time and is directly responsible along with his attorney general Janet Reno for the massacre in Texas two years before the Oklahoma City bombing.
“I’m glad they’re fighting over health care and everything else. Let them have at it. But I think that all you have to do is read the paper every day to see how many people there are who are deeply, deeply troubled,” he said. “What we learned from Oklahoma City is not that we should gag each other or that we should reduce our passion for the positions we hold — but that the words we use really do matter, because there’s this vast echo chamber, and they go across space and they fall on the serious and the delirious alike. They fall on the connected and the unhinged alike.”
It certainly looks like the government is preparing another false flag attack to demonize the patriot movement and the real Tea Party movement (the Republican hijacked Tea Party is not a threat and will follow orders this November and vote for establishment candidates).
It is no mistake Bill Clinton’s demonization campaign is timed to coincide with the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. Is it a prelude to yet another false flag attack to be blamed by the government and its Mockingbird corporate media on those of us opposed to an authoritarian federal government?
A government orchestrated terror event somewhere within the United States exploited as an excuse to crack down on the opposition is the government’s only viable option at this point.
Millions of Americans are now awake and mobilized in opposition to the government. Increased and growing activism now threatens the establishment. The Tea Party movement is only the most obvious manifestation of an effort to take back control of the government from the elite and their corporate minions.
Faced with such historically significant opposition, the establishment has two options – capitulate or attack the movement indirectly through false flag terrorism. Attacking the movement directly would create even more support for the opposition and further legitimize their argument that the federal government is tyrannical.
This article was posted: Sunday, April 18, 2010 at 12:16 pm