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FBI Agent Discovered at Center of Alleged Hutaree Conspiracy

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Last Edited: March 31, 2010, 8:46 am

FBI Agent Discovered at Center of Alleged Hutaree Conspiracy


Link:  http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=29732


The govt. sponsored terrorism continues.  This is nothing new to those in the know...in fact it's standard operating procedure.  But what I'd like to point out is the "time ryhme" preceding the OK City bombing.  Shortly before the Murrah Building bombing, a christian militia group named Elohim City was exposed.  Timothy McVeigh supposedly had ties to the group.  It was later determined during court proceedings that the founder and leader of the group was an FBI informant.  The OK City bombing happened shortly after the Elohim City exposure.  It took place on April 20 on a day known as Patriots' Day.  (The actual day that Patriots' Day falls on changes every year.  It might be 4/19 this year.)


Watch out for a govt. terrorist attack this month, most likely aimed at one of their own institutions.  We already know who it will be blamed on....the usual suspects.

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Rick GComment by Rick G - March 31, 2010, 9:15 am
Related headlines from InformationLiberation (linked above)
:
---CNN Smears Completely Unconnected Group As Tea Party Terrorists

During a report on the indictment against members of the Hutaree organization raided by federal authorities this past weekend, CNN displayed images from the Michigan Militia website, a completely unconnected group, and implied that they shared the cop-killing agenda of the Hutaree, in a clear attempt to smear the national Tea Party movement as a terrorist fringe.
Betraying their callous appetite for grist with which to silence their political opposition, establishment media ...

---CNN, SPLC Propaganda Connects Hutaree to Patriot Movement

John Avlon, author of "Wingnuts," and the CIA operative Anderson Cooper decided not to demonize Alex Jones on CNN last week. He made too much sense. Instead, on Monday, they "profiled" the Hutaree group. It is ideal for their propaganda campaign.
Both Avalon and Mark Potok of the SPLC basically said if you believe the elite are actively planning for a New World Order and world government bas...

---The Strange Case of Kristopher Sickles and the Hutaree Militia

One of the men arrested in the FBI and Homeland Security raids on the Hutaree Militia in Michigan last weekend appeared on the Alex Jones Show in 2009 after it was widely suspected he was a government operative.
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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - March 31, 2010, 9:26 am
An obvious attempt to smear and gut out the tea party.
3.
MADDOG10Comment by MADDOG10 - March 31, 2010, 9:36 am
The principals of the Hitler regime, are alive and well in DC folks. What better way to quell a movement, than throw up a smoke screen?? Another civil war is a lot closer than people think...
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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - March 31, 2010, 9:53 am
Yep
And I thought I was reading some articles where they are saying that talk radio is encouraging opposition to the cause. Look for censorship to come.
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konaneComment by konane - March 31, 2010, 10:00 am
I like Powerline's commentary about recent events:

"Power Line - Nuts

".......Insanity is randomly distributed across the political spectrum. There is no cause so pure but what a crazy person (or several) can fasten onto it and purport to be acting in its name. It is wrong to try to make political hay out of such random nutcases, as the Democrats have been doing of late--without even waiting for the nutcase to appear!

The third relevant story is the bombing of Moscow's subways by Muslim terrorists. Not coincidentally, this was the only one of the three that involved actual rather than hypothetical violence. And, while the perpetrators have not yet been identified specifically, in all likelihood they were not crazy, at least not in the sense that we associate with people like Norman Leboon. Rather, these terrorists were no doubt members of a movement--a real movement that commits real terrorist acts.

It is important not to blur the distinction between organized, persistent and deadly political violence such as took place in Moscow and the random but always-possible violence that can be perpetrated by a single nut, or small group of nuts. It might make some of us (Eric Holder, perhaps) feel better to pretend that the threat of Islamic terrorism is no different from, and little greater than, the danger posed by the Hutarees and Norman Leboons of the world. Unfortunately, it isn't true."

http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2010/03/025960.php
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jarasanComment by jarasan - March 31, 2010, 11:22 am
November ain't coming soon enough!
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Comment by joker17 - March 31, 2010, 12:20 pm
I've seen overhead pics of an Army base camp (I think it was Army), I forget how far from the Federal building that was blown up. In the pictures you can easily see a huge lot full of Army trucks, and right in the middle, there is a Yellow Ryder truck that's partially covered with tarp. With all those Army trucks, why in the world would they need to rent or buy a Ryder truck?

I'll try to find the pic and the article. This was years ago, so I don't even know where to begin....lol
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Rick GComment by Rick G - March 31, 2010, 1:43 pm
@konane, Don't be fooled by the Moscow blast. A few years ago the FSB was caught red-handed placing explosives in an apartment building. This was one of several attacks at that time and the attacks were blamed on the Chechen rebels. ALL governments attack their own people to further their agenda. In fact, MOST spectacular events in the world are staged. Normal people do not do these things; psychopaths and sociopaths do. All govts. have the cream of the crop of these sick people in charge of things.

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