July 23, 2011
The European Union’s criminal intelligence agency, Europol, will conduct an investigation of non-Islamic terror threats supposedly posed by non-establishment political groups, according to the Associated Press.
“There is no doubt that the threat from Islamist terrorism is still valid,” said Soeren Pedersen. “But there have actually been warnings that (right-wing groups) are getting more professional, more aggressive in the way they attract others to their cause.”
Media compares Norway bombing to Oklahoma City.
Investigations conducted by the crime unit located at the Hague reveal that supposed “ultra-right” groups pose little threat. Instead, the primary threat comes from anarchists and other leftist groups. In 2010, groups identified as leftist were responsible for 45 attacks, a 12 percent increase from the previous year.
On several different occasions, anarchist groups have been shown to consist of police agents provocateurs. Government has a long track record of infiltrating leftist groups and agitating for political violence.
As the Hal Turner case revealed, the government basically built the American National Socialist and white supremacist movements from the ground up.
Although the FBI claimed decades ago to have abandoned its notorious COINTELPRO, evidence abounds indicating the program is still operational.
“The numbers of rightwing extremist criminal offenses are relatively low,” Europol said.
The statement reveals that any such investigation is unwarranted and will be a witch hunt. Groups deemed “far right” – in other words, opposed to an unelected European Union bureaucracy and its effort to force banker debt “repayment” and austerity measures across Europe – will be put under a microscope and demonized as terrorists.
The corporate media is now involved in a concerted effort to color the tragic event as an Oklahoma City bombing type of event.
Keith Olbermann, who now works for Al Gore’s Current TV, says attack was Norwegian Oklahoma City bombing.
According to police officials in Norway, the bomb used in the attack at the Norwegian prime minister’s office was “some kind of Oklahoma City-type” device made of fertilizer and diesel fuel, the Associated Press reports.
The Associated Press claims a 4,000 pound fertilizer-and-fuel-oil bomb was detonated at the federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995, killing 168 people.
The fertilizer bomb is part of the officially stated mythology surrounding the events at Oklahoma City.
Ben Partin, a retired brigadier general in the United States Air Force, provided every member of Congress with a detailed, comprehensive report of his analysis of the April 19 bombing. Partin and others have concluded that a fertilizer bomb would not have caused the damage at the Alfred P. Murrah federal building.
“Based on my experience in weapons development and bomb damage analysis, and on my review of all evidence available, I can say, with a high level of confidence, that the damage pattern on the reinforced concrete superstructure could not possibly have been attained from a single truck bomb without supplementing demolition charge,” Partin said.
His research was ignored by the government and went unreported by the corporate media.
Multiple bombs were reported and later found in the debris of the federal building, but this evidence was also ignored.
This article was posted: Saturday, July 23, 2011 at 1:54 pm